West Virginia Infrastructure and Capacity Development Program


What is Capacity Development?

West Virginia Capacity Development Strategy

Report to the Governor on the West Virginia Drinking Water System Capacity Development Program

Capacity Development Stakeholders

Water System Capacity Baseline Assessment - *New* 2017 Results

Capacity Development Questionnaire

Capacity Development Annual Reports


Asset Management

Consumer Confidence Reporting

Cross-Connection/Backflow Prevention





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Capacity Development Stakeholders

The WVBPH has identified a group of stakeholders groups for the purpose of obtaining public input on the Capacity Development Program. Identified stakeholders include the following organizations:

West Virginia Water Development Authority
West Virginia Rural Water Association
National Environmental Training Center for Small Communities
Rural Community Assistance Program
Public Service Commission of West Virginia
American Water Works Association
West Virginia Drinking Water Treatment Revolving Fund
West Virginia Infrastructure and Jobs Development Council

The membership of these stakeholder groups is broad based and includes most of the drinking water interest groups in West Virginia. These stakeholders were consulted during the development of the WV Capacity Development Strategy to solicit their input. WVBPH Capacity Development Program personnel work closely with these organizations and seek their input on a regular basis on a wide variety of issues.

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