SERCAP's Regional Program provides training, technical, and financial assistance to rural communities, water/wastewater treatment facilities, public and private utilities, public service authorities (PSAs), planning district commissions (PDCs), etc. to support water/wastewater infrastructure projects, community development, and economic development. SERCAP's technical assistance (TA) helps rural communities and water/wastewater systems to build capacity, become self-sustaining, and achieve or maintain compliance with local, state, and federal regulations.
SERCAP's Technical Assistance Providers (TAPs) in each of the agency's seven states, deliver a variety of services and assistance, including:
- Water/Wastewater Operator Training
- County/Community Board Training
- TA to address Regulatory Issues
- Income Surveys
- Rate Studies
- Vulnerability Assessments
- Emergency Response Plans
- Annual Water Quality Reports
- GIS/GPS Mapping
- Application Assistance for USDA Grant/Loan Applications
- And More!
For more information about the specific services available in Georgia or to request assistance, contact the local state office,