Oklahoma Water Resources Board the Water Agency

The OWRB's Financial Assistance Program has provided more than $3 billion to Oklahoma communities and water systems for water and wastewater infrastructure projects, saving them more than $1 billion over conventional financing options.

As of January 5, 2015, the OWRB Financial Assistance Division has approved 2,026 loans and grants for a total of $3,195,182,736. These financing opportunities have saved Oklahoma communities an estimated $1,095,111,861.

Loan Interest Rates
fixed: 60% of AAA market rate plus 70 basis points
Rate Comparison Tool
fixed: 70% of AAA market rate plus 70 basis points
Financial Assistance Loans
variable: 2.615%; fixed: AAA market rate
Note: a 0.5% administrative fee is added to all CWSRF and DWSRF loans

Loan Reports

Financial Audits & Reports for the CWSRF Bond Issues & FAP Revenue Bond Loan Program

Annual Reports & Intended Use Plans

DWSRF Project Priority List (ODEQ)

Loans Approved and Funded


Grant Reports

Emergency Grants Priority List

REAP Grants Priority List

Emergency Grants Approved and Funded

REAP Grants Approved and Funded

Interactive Project Viewer


Official Statement OWRB State Loan Program Revenue Bonds, Series 2014A- bonds sold on Feb. 20, 2014

Official Statement OWRB State Revolving Fund, Series 2014A- bonds sold on Feb. 25, 2014

Association of Clean Water Administrators

DEQ Water Quality Programs

EPA Clean Water Financing

EPA Clean Water Needs Survey

EPA Groundwater & Drinking Water

EPA Office of Wastewater Management

EPA Office of Water

EPA Oklahoma Drinking Water Online

EPA Planning for Sustainability - A Handbook for Water and Wastewater Utilities

EPA Water Quality Standards Academy

Stormwater Manager's Resource Center

US Water News

USDA Rural Development in Oklahoma

USDA Rural Utilities Service

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