Information & Projects
Village of Delta Raw Water Service Project
The Village of Delta and Fulton County, Ohio are pursuing $958,885.00 in grant funds through the Economic Development Administration (EDA) to construct a new raw water pump station to provide a raw water supply to support and enhance economic development in the region. The raw water supply will immediately benefit the expansion projects of MetalX and Nature Fresh Farms, Inc. as well as potential future businesses who may need a raw water supply for their operations. The proposed project includes construction of a new raw water pump station which will include two new vertical turbine can style pumps. The building will be a masonry structure with a precast concrete plank roof, insulated membrane roofing and will be constructed on Village of Delta property immediately adjacent to the existing water treatment plant. An environmental public notice will appear in the Toledo Blade March 1, March 2 and March 3, 2018 and comments on the project can be submitted to the EDA until March 19, 2018. For more information see the public notice below or contact the Maumee Valley Planning Organization.
Revolving Loan Fund (RLF)
The Revolving Loan Fund (RLF) offers loans to businesses in conjunction with a bank. Such funds are used in the event that full financing cannot be obtained from a bank, or to fill the "gap" between a bank loan and the financing necessary to complete a proposed business project. The RLF will not provide 100% financing of a project. These loans have created jobs and retained jobs within the five county region. With these funds, the RLF has generated private funds invested in the region and additional public funds. The Maumee Valley Planning Organization has been working on building RLF loan capacity since 1993 and currently manages RLF funds for Defiance, Fulton, Henry, and Williams counties, as well as the Cities of Bryan, Defiance, and Wauseon, and the Villages of Edgerton and Hicksville.
State of Ohio Economic Development Program
The Maumee Valley Planning Organization is prepared to assist with applications for Economic Development assistance from the State of Ohio Development Services Agency for projects where RLF funds are not sufficient for the project. The State of Ohio Office of Community Development's Economic Development Program provides funds to units of local government to provide gap financing for local business development. Except for local infrastructure needs, Economic Development Program funds are repaid to the local community's RLF to provide funding for additional business assistance activities.