Projects Financed by IBank Loans

IBank’s Infrastructure State Revolving Loan fund has made it possible for communities throughout the state of California to create, expand and strengthen core services such as waste water treatment plants, airports, city streets and more. Check out some of the projects that have used IBank loan financing programs.

City of Escondido

City of Escondido

The City of Escondido will use the financing to provide a more reliable and efficient water and storage system to its residents, businesses and farmers. In an attempt to improve the safety, reliability and quality of water, the City…

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City of Laguna Beach

City of Laguna Beach

The City of Laguna Beach will use the funds for the Coastal Treatment Plant Facility Improvement Project. The rehabilitation of the aging infrastructure is critical to the protection of the local coastal environment. The Project will…

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Las Gallinas Valley Sanitary District

Las Gallinas Valley Sanitary District

The Las Gallinas Sanitary District was established in April 1954 and serves more than 30,000 customers through wastewater collection, treatment, curbside recycling, solid waste, yard waste and food scraps hauling in addition to…

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County of Santa Cruz Sanitation District

County of Santa Cruz Sanitation District

The County of Santa Cruz Sanitation District will use the funds to upgrade and replace sewer lines located within the City of Capitola. The project will extend the life of the sanitary sewer system, reduce immediate repair and maintenance…

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City of Twentynine Palms

City of Twentynine Palms

The City of Twentynine Palms will use the funds for a project that will provide energy efficiency upgrades to various City owned sites including City Hall, Parks and Recreation facilities and other City-owned buildings. The project will…

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City of La Canada Flintridge

City of La Canada Flintridge

The City of La Cañada Flintridge will use the funds for the Civic Center Renovation Project. The City will renovate and then occupy the building after making updates to improve energy efficiency and accessibility. The upgrades include…

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City of Paramount

City of Paramount

The City of Paramount will utilize the funds to increase its potable water pumping capacity, reliability and efficiency through the construction of a new water well and associated pipeline improvements. Along with the new well, the project…

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Sonoma County Airport

Sonoma County Airport

Sonoma County will use the funds to improve current areas of the airport passenger terminal, as well as to pay design and engineering costs of future improvements. Proceeds will also fund the construction of approximately…

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City of Laguna Beach

City of Laguna Beach

Financing through IBank’s Infrastructure State Revolving Fund Program will enable the City of Laguna Beach to rehabilitate and replace deteriorated and over-capacity sewer mains, and replace approximately 16,600 linear feet of two…

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Placentia Library District of Orange County

Placentia Library District of Orange County

The library district will use this funding to make several improvements to the Placentia Library, including retrofitting the interior lighting, replacing aging HVAC equipment, and installing a solar photovoltaic…

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City of Ukiah

City of Ukiah

The funds are to make traffic and pedestrian improvements in Redwood Business Park and on the US 101 freeway ramp at Talmage Road and Airport Park Blvd to reduce accidents and ease congestion. The project will attract new businesses…

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Pico Water District

Pico Water District

The funds are intended to replace an existing water well established in 1929. The new energy efficient well will bolster the District’s groundwater production, which is its only source of drinking water. In addition to reducing electrical costs…

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City of Redlands

City of Redlands

The loan goes toward a second portion of Redlands Streets Project that includes approximately 27 lane miles of the City’s Pavement Accelerated Repair Implementation Strategy (PARIS). IBank approved $3,050,000 for the first tranche of…

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San Luis Obispo County

San Luis Obispo County

Funds are for construction of a new airport passenger terminal at the San Luis Obispo County Regional Airport. IBank financed public areas of the facility that will include a communications/technology room, Emergency Operations Center…

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City of Santa Cruz

City of Santa Cruz

The loan funds a portion of the Safe and Reliable Drinking Water Project that will include the replacement, rehabilitation and upgrading of the water system including pipelines, wells, water treatment plant, treated water storage reservoir…

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Pico Water District

Pico Water District

Pico Water District’s Infrastructure Replacement Project relieves water pressure inadequacies. A vital part of the Pico Water District’s Master Plan, the project will replace more than 31,000 feet of pipe and install 5 new fire hydrants. The project…

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Coastside County Water District

Coastside County Water District

The Coastside County Water District in San Mateo County is dependent on a reliable water supply for residential, floriculture and commercial use. The loan proceeds will be used to upgrade the water systems in Half Moon Bay and surrounding…

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City of Alameda Financing Authority

City of Alameda Financing Authority

Proceeds will be used by the Alameda Fire Department to replace Fire Station 3 with a new state of the art firehouse, and to construct the first stand-alone Emergency Operations Center in the history of Alameda. The two new…

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City of Santa Cruz

City of Santa Cruz

The City-wide Road Improvements Project will rehabilitate deficiencies in more than 1,020 miles of road throughout Santa Cruz. The upgraded roads are expected to improve safety for vehicle and pedestrian traffic, transportation avenues…

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City of San Gabriel

City of San Gabriel

The Accelerated Great Streets Program Project will upgrade roads in major economic areas of San Gabriel. Benefits from the project will include improved safety for vehicle and pedestrian traffic, increased property values, revitalization of…

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City of Pittsburg

City of Pittsburg

The City of Pittsburg’s 32 million gallon-per-day water treatment plant ensures that the water distributed by the City is of the highest quality possible and meets or exceeds all state and federal health standards. Proceeds from the loan will…

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City of Redlands

City of Redlands

Redland’s Pavement Accelerated Repair Implementation Strategy (PARIS Project) will upgrade more than two-thirds of all of Redland’s streets. The loan will fund the rehabilitation of approximately 40 miles of public streets located in major…

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