The Council of Infrastructure Financing Authorities is a national not-for-profit organization that represents state agencies, including financing authorities and departments of environmental protection and public health, that are responsible for managing the Clean Water and Drinking Water State Revolving Funds (SRFs).
SRFs are state-federal partnerships that provide communities with low-cost subsidized loans for water infrastructure that protects public health and the environment. Over the last three decades, the programs, combined, have generated an investment of more than $171 billion in water, wastewater, recycled water, stormwater and green infrastructure.
Fiscally-responsible and sustainable investment in water infrastructure that protects public health and the environment.
To foster investment in water infrastructure by advocating for sound public policy and encouraging increased federal funding and engaged capital markets.
To emphasize the importance of water infrastructure to protecting public health and the environment and enhancing the resiliency and economic vitality of our communities.
To advocate for federal funding for the Clean Water and Drinking Water State Revolving Funds.
To advocate for a federal regulatory framework that maximizes taxpayer and ratepayer investment in water infrastructure.
To promote innovation and flexibility in the implementation of State Revolving Funds and other water infrastructure programs so that states can tailor these tools based on the distinct needs of their communities.
To foster excellence by sharing successful strategies for implementing and managing water infrastructure investment programs, particularly State Revolving Funds.
To coordinate and collaborate with other organizations to advance and achieve our mission.