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May 19, 2020

Oklahoma City Water Utilities Trust Quote

'The Oklahoma City Water Utilities Trust would like to thank the Oklahoma Water Resources Board for considering the proposed Clean Water SRF Loan. We have submitted proposals for Drinking Water SRF and FAP loan for the June meeting as well. The application process has been seamless; the OWRB staff is very professional and responsive. On behalf of the citizens of Oklahoma City, we thank you...'

April 21, 2020

Edmond Public Works Authority Quote

'The City of Edmond appreciates the Board’s consideration and values the OWRB financing programs.  They would also like to thank the OWRB staff for their dedication and help during these difficult times.'

February 18, 2020

Atoka Municipal Authority Quote

'Atoka thanks the Board for the time and consideration of this request. These projects are very important for the town of Atoka in securing quality water for the system. Like most rural communities there are many needs with little revenue and this funding is critical.'

July 9, 2019

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June 18, 2019

Owasso Public Works Authority Quote

'These projects are necessary to accommodate the needs of Owasso’s customers...'

February 19, 2019

Tulsa Metropolitan Utility Authority Quote

‘This request will fund 25% of our annual CIP budget this year.'

September 4, 2018

Lincoln County Rural Water & Sewer District #4 Testimonial

'On behalf of Rural Water & Sewer District #4, Lincoln County, I would like to express our gratitude to the Oklahoma Water Resources Board as well as other agencies that are working together for the benefit of our district and other districts in Oklahoma.'

August 21, 2018

Enid Municipal Authority Quote

'We understand that we are the hub in Northwest Oklahoma and southern Kansas and we are looking at fifty (50) years down the road with this project.'