PROGRAM

The Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act (WIFIA)
program accelerates investment in our nation's water
infrastructure by providing long-term, low-cost supplemental
loans for regionally and nationally significant projects.

BALTIMORE CITY DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS

PROJECT NAME Water Infrastructure Rehabilitation 2020
LOCATION: Baltimore, MD

INVITED WIFIA LOAN AMOUNT $29 million
POPULATION SERVED BY PROJECT 1,800,000
PROJECT TYPE: Drinking Water

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:

Baltimore City Water Infrastructure Rehabilitation 2020 will rehabilitate pumps and filters at the
Montebello and Ashburton Pumping Stations. The purpose of the projects is to address reliability,
improve performance of the water distribution system, and provide direct public health benefits such as
improved drinking water quality and reduction of waterborne diseases.

NUMBER OF PEOPLE IMPACTED:		w

25 million in 20 states

Selected projects must submit an application for a WIFIA loan, pass a creditworthiness assessment,
negotiate a mutually agreeable term sheet, and execute a credit agreement to receive WIFIA funding.
An invitation to apply indicates that EPA believes the selected projects will be able to attain WIFIA loans.

FY 2020 SELECTION ROUND

TOTAL WATER INFRASTRUCTURE
INVESTMENT SUPPORTED: $12.5 billion

TOTAL LOAN AMOUNT $5.1 billion

NUMBER OF PROJECTS SELECTED: 55

United States
Environmental Protection
Agency

WEBSITE: www.epa.gov/wifia
EMAIL; wifia@EPA.gov


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