California Pollution Control Financing Authority
- CalCAP CARB Hits 25,000th Loan Milestone to cut Diesel Truck Pollution
- Available Private Activity Bond Allocation for Exempt Facility Projects
- Memo Regarding Clarification of Requirements and Timing for Tax-Exempt Financing and Allocation
- Changes to CDLAC Allocation Deadlines for CPCFA Bond Program Applications
- Tax-Exempt Bond Financing Program - Post-Issuance Actions Request Form
Did You Know?
Since 2008, the California Recycle Underutilized Sites (CALReUSE) Assessment and Remediation programs have positively influenced the health and safety, housing production, and economic development in California communities by contributing to the cleanup of 1,018 acres of contaminated land and the availability of 8,569 housing units across 12 California counties. More than 50% of CALReUSE funded projects are located in disadvantaged communities and 75% are located in low-income communities.
The California Pollution Control Financing Authority (CPCFA) has been providing low-cost innovative financing to California businesses since 1972 with an objective of making California more economically prosperous and environmentally clean. CPCFA is committed to promoting access to capital through the delivery of financing options to California business and environmental industries by being the driving force of public and private partnerships, a leader in offering customized risk mitigation tools and at the forefront of projects that protect and restore the environment. CPCFA partners with sister state agencies to achieve the State’s environmental policy objectives by administering high-impact financing programs designed to assist regulated entities and other stakeholders with accessing private capital. As a government agency that issues tax-exempt private activity bonds, CPCFA can facilitate low cost financing to qualified waste and recycling projects, and other projects to control pollution and improve water supply.
CPCFA also administers the California Capital Access Program (CalCAP), which encourages financial institutions to make loans to small businesses and provides for specialty programs targeted toward building an improved infrastructure for zero- and partial-emission vehicles and helping small businesses comply with the federal Americans With Disabilities Act.