Communities in need of project-related assistance are encouraged to submit a request form.
The Infrastructure Assistance Coordinating Council (IACC)
The IACC consists of membership from federal, state, non-profit, associations, and tribal organizations committed to the development, improvement, and maintenance of local infrastructure. IACC helps communities save time, money and solve the problem of tracking down available technical expertise and funding options for their infrastructure projects. The IACC holds an annual conference each fall.
Coordinating on Local Infrastructure
Local infrastructure is essential to a vibrant economy, a high quality of life, public health and safety, and a healthy environment. There are many programs available to help fund infrastructure projects in Washington. Go to the PWB Resource Catalog Home Page, and select "Funding Category" from the drop down list to view links to various funding agencies.
EZview is managed by the Governor's Office for Regulatory Innovation and Assistance (ORIA). The tool provides project dedicated web sites for local governments and state agencies to plan, share, document and collaborate. Project dedicated web sites provide open, accessible and up-to-date project information.
Learn more about EZView: View PowerPoint