The West Virginia Water Development Authority (WDA) serves as a revenue bond bank that provides financing for construction of wastewater and water facilities to Local Governmental Agencies (LGAs--municipalities, public service districts and other political subdivisions).
The WDA's mission is to provide communities in West Virginia financial assistance for development of wastewater, water and economic infrastructure that will protect the streams of the State, improve drinking water quality, protect public health and encourage economic growth.
The WDA is the administrator and fiduciary of the West Virginia Infrastructure Fund (Infrastructure Fund).
Using money from the Infrastructure Fund, the WDA buys local government bonds, make grants to local governments and loans for
economic development projects at the direction of the West Virginia Infrastructure and Jobs Development Council (Council).
The WDA services all bonds and loans made at the direction of Council. The WDA provides staff and office space for the
Council and also provides the GIS system for Council use.
Information on the Council, its procedures and the GIS system is available at www.wvinfrastructure.com
The WDA purchases local government bonds financed through the West Virginia Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF) and
the West Virginia Drinking Water Treatment Revolving Fund (DWTRF) and provides servicing and oversight on loans/bonds.
Board Meeting Agenda
Agenda and teleconference information.
WDA Audit Committee Agenda
WDA Board Meeting Agenda
Please visit the link below for information regarding the effect of COVID-19 on upcoming WDA Audit and Board meetings.
To determine the ongoing financial and operating impact of COVID-19 on publicly owned water and wastewater utilities, the West Virginia Water Development Authority
along with the Regional Planning and Development Councils have developed the following surveys.
Please complete the appropriate survey each month until further notice. For the month of March, please complete by April 30, 2020 and then each subsequent month
by the 15th of the following month to allow the Authority to assess the impact on your utility and to provide information to State and Federal representatives. Lack of financial documentation
could jeopardize your ability to obtain a share of recovery funding, should such funding become available.
Below is a document containing the answers to frequently asked questions regarding this survey. If you have any further questions, please call 304-414-6500, extension 118. Service hours are Monday - Thursday 7:30 AM to 5 PM and Friday 7:30 AM to 11:30 AM.
Survey Frequently Asked Questions
Sewer Utility Survey
Water Utility Survey