Success Stories


  • Town of Rosalia Wastewater Rate Study

    RCAC is assisting the town of Rosalia to set appropriate wastewater rates that cover current problems, future improvements and utility sustainability.

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  • Lake Wenatchee Water District

    Regional collaboration among rural utilities is an innovative way to help small water and/or wastewater systems maintain compliance, improve aging infrastructure and become financially sustainable.

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  • Spokane Tribe of Indians

    After receiving a U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Community Challenge grant to create a Sustainable Community Master Plan, the Spokane Tribe of Indians (STOI) needed help to implement the plan.

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  • White Bluff Water Association, Inc. (WBWA)

    WBWA had expected to receive funding from a local bank to complete the final repairs to its old and frequently failing water system, but disaster loomed when the loan commitment was rescinded. RCAC stepped in to provide a $212,000 loan to WBWA to cover the final repair costs.

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  • Goshute Indian Reservation

    The Goshute Indian Reservation is in the remote Deep Creek Mountains straddling the Nevada-Utah border 60 miles from the nearest town. Approximately 125 tribal members live on the 112,870-acre reservation.

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