Success Stories


  • New Cuyama, California

    “The money for forgiveness helped alleviate that burden so that there wasn’t someone feeling that they couldn’t pay and they would keep their distance from us,” said Blue Sky Center co-Executive Director Jack Forinash. “We appreciate RCAC for coming in with this funding because some people simply couldn’t pay it back.”

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  • Lebec County Water District

    RCAC completed a rate study and the utility accepted one of the recommended rate adjustment options. The utility is now in compliance with state regulations and can earn enough revenue to repair and replace old equipment.

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  • Idledale Water & Sanitation District

    RCAC completed a Median Housing Income survey for Idledale, Jefferson County, Colorado, to support loans and or grant applications to multiple funding agencies to help the small rural water system access funding.

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  • Kimshew Cemetery District

    RCAC worked with the Kimshew Cemetery District to gather the items needed for its application. The grant was approved, and the district received $76,200 to repair the fire damage.

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  • The road to arsenic free drinking water for Arvin, California

    By Jerry Tinoco, RCAC Rural Development Specialist If you’ve ever driven through California’s Central Valley, odds are you may have . . .

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