A year ago, Bossier City agreed to let Manchac Consulting Group operate its treatment plants and water and sewer lines, paying the private partner $1 million for the year.
New Hanover County is considering four scenarios for how to redevelop a block of property that it owns in downtown Wilmington, N.C.
The city of Chicago is joining with private and corporate donors to create a food incubator for East Garfield Park on the West Side.
The Maryland town of Bel Air broke ground recently on a $15 million reservoir, thanks to a partnership between the town, Harford County the state Department of Environment and private company Maryland Water.
With the help of private donations, the Baltimore’s Western District police station has undergone a $4.5 million renovation that helps police officers take care of themselves and provides public space for residents to gather.
City leaders in Holland, Mich., recently approved a deal that will add 380 parking spaces to its downtown.
Fort Bend County’s public-private partnership with Schneider Electric is paying off. The southeastern Texas county entered a P3 last summer to pay for energy and infrastructure upgrades. An energy efficiency program paid for a modernized jail and failing systems – with no new taxes or increase fees.
Local government in the District of Columbia is teaming up with developers and the AFL-CIO Housing Investment Trust on Portner Flats, a 96-unit affordable housing project.
Like a lot of U.S. infrastructure, America’s national parks are falling behind on maintenance and improvement – to the tune of an $11.3 billion backlog. Yet, President Trump has proposed cutting $322 million from the National Park Service’s $3 billion budget – at a time when park users are seeking more amenities like wi-fi service. Enter public-private partnerships.
The Council of Development Finance Agencies has announced the Kentucky League of Cities as an official partner of the Kentucky Financing Roundtable and plans for the 2017 Kentucky Financing Roundtable Conference.