Recently, SERCAP’s Certified CDFI (Community Development Financial Institution) Loan Fund Program assisted a low-income single woman in Nelson County, VA, to have the well at her home repaired, and her well-pump and filters replaced.
Currently, SERCAP is partnering with two school districts in Virginia, Westmoreland and Tazewell Counties, to pilot the Agua4All Program in the Commonwealth.
Recently, SERCAP’s Essential & Critical Needs Program assisted a low-income family of four (4) in Russell County, VA, to install a new water meter and service-line at their home.
Recently, SERCAP’s Housing Department was approved as one of the intermediaries to deliver the Virginia Department of Housing & Community Development’s (DHCD) Lead Hazard Reduction Program.
Currently, SERCAP’s Regional Department is assisting Richmond Cold Storage (RCS), a non-community water system, in Smithfield, VA, with the completion and submission of the system’s Groundwater Withdrawal Permit Renewal Application.
Recently, SERCAP’s Facilities Development Grant Program assisted The Town of Pamplin City, a small incorporated community straddling both Appomattox and Prince Edward Counties, with funds for an improvement to their Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP).
Over the past few years, SERCAP’s Regional Department has worked with the Town of Port Royal in Caroline County, VA, along with other community partners, to move their water system from a dilapidated, fiscally distressed state, to one with new facilities and a management approach that promotes fi
Recently, SERCAP’s Housing Department assisted a low-income elderly woman living in Buckingham County, VA, to complete a substantial reconstruction of her home. The client had been living in a trailer with no indoor plumbing, no well, and no septic system, since 1982.
Currently, SERCAP’s Regional Department is working with the Hardy Road Trailer Park water system in Bedford County, VA, to bring them back into compliance with the Virginia Department of Health’s (VDH) Office of Drinking Water’s (ODW) regulations.
ecently, SERCAP’s Certified CDFI (Community Development Financial Institution) Loan Fund assisted a low-income single woman in Rockingham County, VA, to have a new well drilled at her home.