Community Economic Revitalization Board
Community Economic Revitalization Board (CERB)
The Community Economic Revitalization Board (CERB) program was created to be responsive to community needs. The CERB's ability to be flexible and respond to an aggressive application timeline have led to many successful projects statewide.
CERB is a conduit for funding that supports healthy and viable communities and job creation. The Board works to enhance public infrastructure and facility development that lead to economic development by providing loans at low interest rates with favorable terms to port districts, counties, cities, towns, special purpose districts and federally recognized Indian tribes.
CERB funds a variety of projects that create jobs including (but not limited to) domestic and industrial water, storm and sewer water projects, telecommunications and port facilities. The advantage of a CERB loan is the board and staff is highly responsive to community needs. The ability to be flexible and an aggressive application timeline have led successful projects statewide.
For an in-depth look at CERB and for funding applications, click here.
Questions about CERB Funding:
Dawn Eychaner, CERB Program Manager: 360-725-4052, email@example.com
Janea Eddy, CERB Program Assistant: 360-725-3151, firstname.lastname@example.org