NC DEQ Hosting Training Sessions for Project Funding

Charles Archer

The Division of Water Infrastructure in the North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality is hosting a series of training sessions throughout the state on applying for fall funding for your water infrastructure project.  

The division encourages anyone applying for water infrastructure funding to attend one of the sessions. The sessions will offer information on different programs, including the Connect N.C. Bonds, State Reserve Program, Clean Water State Revolving Fund, the Drinking Water State Revolving Fund and the Community Development Block Grant for Infrastructure. The deadline for all applications is no later than close of business Sept. 29.

Space is limited, contact Jennifer Haynie at to register.
Dates and locations include:

Monday, July 31, Hendersonville

Tuesday, Aug. 1, Boone

Wednesday, Aug. 2, Hickory

Monday, Aug. 7, Raleigh

Tuesday, Aug. 8, Kinston

Wednesday, Aug. 9, Fayetteville

Thursday, Aug. 10, Wilmington

Freese and Nichols’ long history working with municipalities paired with experience helping clients obtain funding means that we understand the process and can provide the support you need to set your projects into motion.  For more information, contact your project manager at the Freese and Nichols Raleigh or Greensboro offices or contact Charles Archer at