The I-Bank is governed by a 10-member Board of Directors. The I-Bank is managed by an Executive Director assisted by other administrative officers and staff. The I-Bank is an independent state financing authority, in but not out of the treasury, authorized to issue revenue bonds to make loans to finance the construction of eligible environmental and transportation infrastructure projects.
The powers of the I-Bank are vested in the Board of Directors which conducts regular monthly meetings in accordance to the New Jersey Open Public Meetings Act. Find the agenda, schedule of meetings and minutes of meetings.
The I-Bank submits annual reports to the Governor and Legislature concerning the I-Bank's operations.
The I-Bank is an equal opportunity employer. We believe that being inclusive is critical to the I-Bank's success, and seeks to recruit and retain the most talented people from a diverse candidate pool. For inquiries please contact us at email@example.com.
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About WISE Calculator
The WISE Act (P.L. 2017, c.71), signed by Governor Christie on May 11, 2017, applies to all local government units financing an environmental infrastructure project (or project component) of $1 million or greater
without utilizing the New Jersey Environmental Infrastructure Program ("NJEIFP" or "Program"). The NJEIFP is the I-Bank and Department of Environmental Protection's (DEP) joint low-rate financing program.
The Water Bank provides financing for the construction and improvement of clean water and drinking water facilities and systems that protect the State's natural resources and public health. This section offers an overview of the financing application process and the H2Loans online application system.
Water Bank Program Publications
The Water Bank Program prepares and submits program publications setting forth the eligibility, prioritization, methodology and financing structure for each fiscal year in satisfaction of federal and state statutory requirements.
Clean Water Projects
The following categories of projects are eligible for funding under the Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF) Program.
Drinking Water Projects
Projects eligible for financing under the Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DWSRF) Program are those that address federal safe drinking water health standards.
Statewide Assistance Infrastructure Loan (SAIL) Program
The Disaster Relief Emergency Financing Program (Statewide Assistance Infrastructure Loan ("SAIL") Program), is a short-term financing program that provides temporary bridge loans for environmental infrastructure projects in advance of federal relief grant reimbursements.
Find useful forms related to our Transportation program.
Transportation Bank Program Publications
Documents providing important administrative guidance to the public as to the Transportation Bank Loan application process, project and applicant eligibility requirements, the system for prioritizing projects for funding, and the Loan terms and conditions, including but not limited to interest rates, fees, and loan closing prerequisites.
Resilience Bank Publications
Documents providing important administrative guidance to the public as to the Resilience Bank Loan application process, project and applicant eligibility requirements, the system for prioritizing projects for funding, and the Loan terms and conditions, including but not limited to interest rates, fees, and loan closing prerequisites.