Success Stories


  • RCAC celebrates safe drinking water program accomplishments

    Rural Community Assistance Corporation’s (RCAC) Agua4All program staff recently celebrated a major milestone: the first school project under the California State Water Resource Control Board’s Drinking Water for Schools (DWFS) grant. RCAC provided technical assistance to the Round Valley Unified School District in Covelo, California. The DWFS grant is itself a product of RCAC and partners’ advocacy work.

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  • Palo Verde, Imperial County, California

    RCAC’s Loan Fund provided interim financing for system upgrades at the Palo Verde County Water District.

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  • Paradise Community Village

    RCAC is collaborating with Community Housing Improvement Program (CHIP) to rebuild the Paradise Community Village and to expand the area’s housing capacity.

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  • Jerome, Yavapai County, Arizona

    RCAC staff helped the town of Jerome, Arizona, develop plans to improve its system’s safety and security.

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  • Tips for managing a mobile-home park utility

    Managing a water and/or wastewater system is an often overlooked and overwhelming aspect of mobile-home park ownership. If you just purchased a mobile-home park, there’s a strong chance you also just became the park’s de facto water and/or wastewater systems operations manager.

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