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February 16, 2016
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February 23, March 22, April 26, May 19, 2016
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Intro Bond Finance WebCourse
February 24-25, 2016
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Intro EB-5 Finance WebCourse
March 23-24, 2016
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CDFA Missouri Conference
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April 20, 2016

CDFA Brownfields Project Marketplace
May 4, 2016
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May 4 - 5, 2016

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May 18, 2016

CDFA Illinois Conference
Chicago, IL
May 19, 2016

Intro Revolving Loan Fund WebCourse
May 23-24, 2016
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Seed & Venture Capital Finance WebCourse
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CDFA Georgia Conference
Atlanta, GA
June 16, 2016

CDFA's 30th National Development Finance Summit
New Orleans, LA
November 1-4, 2016




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CDFA TIF State-By-State Report 2015
The CDFA 2015 TIF State-By-State Report is a detailed review of the current state statutes and related regulations governing the use of tax increment financing tools throughout the country. This information has been collected by CDFA with the help...
Orion Township, MI Pace Program Report Members only Login
Lean & Green Michigan's PACE Program Report for Orion Township in Michigan covers the task a municipality's needs to establish PACE financing. The report provides steps and a sample PACE agreement.
The Role of Conduit Issuers: St. Louis Economic Development Partnership Members only Login
Richard Palank, Senior Vice President, explains the how the St. Louis Economic Development Partnership acts as an conduit issuer.
Financing Manufacturers: Milwaukee Members only Login
David Misky, Assistant Executive Director, explains the how the City of Milwaukee supports manufacturers with financing.
Financing Manufacturers: Municipal Advisors Members only Login
Tina Neal, Senior Vice President of Davenport & Company LLC, explains the role of municipal advisors and how help public agencies finance manufacturers.
Financing Manufacturers: Industrial Development Bond Members only Login
Terry Finn, President of Stern Brothers & Co., explains how public issuers can finance manufacturers with Industrial Development Bonds (IDB).
Framing the National Incentives Discussion Members only Login
Kenneth W. Bond form Squire Patton Boggs, Ellen Harpel from Business Development Advisors, Christopher D. Lloyd from McGuire Woods, and Heidi Springer from New York Grant Company cover finance incentives for businesses.
Disaster Resiliency: Building Resilience in Your Economy Members only Login
Kevin Bush from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development explains HUD's Disaster Recovery Program, National Disaster Resilience Competition (NDRC), Sustainable Communities Initiative (SCI), and Build America Investment Initiative.
Disaster Resiliency: Fitch Ratings Approach Members only Login
Larry Levitz from Fitch Ratings explains how Fitch Ratings approach to a municipality's resiliency to disasters and dependency on FEMA could be reflected in ratings.
Arts & Culture Project Showcase: Colorado Creative Industries Members only Login
Margaret Hunt from the Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade showcases the RiNo Arts District in Denver as an example of a Colorado Creative Industries creative district.
Los Angeles County Business Incentives and Resources Guide Members only Login
LAEDC provide an updated edition of the LA County Business Incentives Guide. It provides details on all 88 cities and the county, and has the potential to help businesses' bottom line.
MassDevelopment Brownfields Financing Members only Login
Mike Galligan of MassDevelopment presents case studies on brownfield redevelopment sites throughout Massachusetts, outlining the creative financing strategies used.
Managing an RLF Members only Login
Jean DeBellis with the Philadelphia Industrial Development Corporation shares PIDC's view on revolving loan funds as well as an insight into the RLF managing software, Portfol.
Reversing the Cycle of Disinvestment Downtown Members only Login
Jeff Siegler, Director of Revitalization at Heritage Ohio discusses downtown redevelopment by producing incentives, the right approach, bridging the financing gap, and the local government's role.
New York State Financing Programs 2015 Members only Login
Rachael Dubin presents the program of Start Up New York and case studies.
Infrastructure & Revitalization Finance Realities Members only Login
Patrick Bowman (City of Grandview Heights), Jeff Rink (KeyBanc Capital Markets Inc.), and Price Finley (Bricker & Eckler LLP) outline a range of tools that can be utilized to finance infrastructure, primarily detailing the use of TIF for...
PACE Program Overview Members only Login
Paul Toth, President & CEO of the Toledo-Lucas County Port Authority, presents the basic structure of the Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) program, in addition to providing several case studies that illustrate best practices.
The Speed of Business - Tax Increment Financing Members only Login
JacKlink Productions tells the story of Lafayette, IN and how the use of tax increment financing help grow the city's manufacturing industry and act as a catalyst for other development in the area.
Framing the National Incentives Discussion Webcast Members only Login
In this edition of the CDFA // BNY Mellon Development Finance Webcast Series, Ellen Harpel from Smart Incentives, Dan Breen from Jones Lang LaSalle, and Heidi Springer from New York Grant Company each give their perspectives of the incentives...
Combining and Leveraging TIF Members only Login
Andrew Z. Murray of PGAV details a handful of MO case studies that involve TIF combined with other various financing methods.
Using TIFs in Rural Communities Members only Login
This Case Study from the Community Development Society Conference covers a Fort Kent, ME TIF and the use of tax increment financing in rural areas.
A Look at Small Business Lending in Allegheny County: Part 2 Members only Login
This report The Center for Economic Development compares Pittsburgh to its peers based on trends in loan originations under the CRA, including smaller and larger loans.
A Look at Small Business Lending in Allegheny County: Part 1 Members only Login
This report The Center for Economic Development sets the context for lending activity in Allegheny County with a quick assessment of aggregate economic indicators for sixteen areas.
An Overview of Special Purpose Taxing Districts Members only Login
The National Association of Home Builders published this report focusing on Special Purpose Taxing Districts, a more efficient and effective way to fund public improvements in advance of growth, while at the same time ensuring that new growth pays...
Foothills Mall Redevelopment: TIF Case Study Members only Login
Josh Birks (City of Fort Collins), Samuel Sharp (D.A. Davidson & Co.), and Dee Wisor (Butler Snow, LLP) present a case study detailing the financing structure of a 76.3 acre TIF redevelopment project in the City of Fort Collins.
Financing Art and Culture Districts Members only Login
This essay from the National Cultural Districts Exchange focuses on the financing, funding, and sustainability of art districts and the efforts underway in the cities of San Diego, Seattle, Baltimore, Dallas, and the state of Massachusetts.
The Use of TIF in Nebraska Members only Login
The Platte Institute for Economic Research released this policy study on the use of TIF in Nebraska. The study covers general concepts, trends, cases studies from various size cities, economic analysis, and recommendations.
Columbus Region Energy Fund Program Overview Members only Login
The Columbus-Franklin County Finance Authority can provide financing for Central Ohio businesses, non-profits and local governments to fund cost-effective, energy efficiency improvements to buildings resulting in lower energy costs.
Columbus Region Energy Fund Building Owner’s Project Process and Timeline Members only Login
The Columbus-Franklin County Finance Authority can provide financing for Central Ohio businesses, non-profits and local governments to fund cost-effective, energy efficiency improvements to buildings resulting in lower energy costs.
TIF History & Performance Report 2011 Members only Login
A report on Wichita’s tax increment financing districts indicates that each district is expected to repay every bond issued for public improvements on time.
Food Retail Expansion to Support Health Program Members only Login
Tida Infahsaeng of the New York City Economic Development Finance Corporation shares their efforts to finance food retail development in areas of need.
Tax Increment Financing in Maine: Overview Members only Login
The Town of Lincoln, Maine presented an overview of the town's TIF program. The presentation includes an explanation of TIF and requirements in the state.
2014 Biennial Report: Local Infrastructure Financing Tool Program Members only Login
Washington's Department of Commerce issued this report detailing nine municipalities' participation in the LIFT program.
CMAP 2040: Support Economic Innovation Members only Login
As part of its regional comprehensive plan, the Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning (CMAP) introduced a plan to catalyze economic innovation throughout the region through the year 2040.
Beaufort Co., SC Municipalities Tax Increment Financing Districts (TIF)
This resource provides a list of the TIF districts in Beaufort County along with details and the supporting documents on file for each TIF districts.
State of the Region: Infrastructure Report Members only Login
The Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments' 2015 State of the Region: Infrastructure Report provides an in-depth look at both the infrastructure systems in the metropolitan Washington D.C. region, and their funding needs.
Private Capital, Public Good Members only Login
This paper from Brookings presents nine recommendations for public leaders as they consider P3s. It is intended to serve as a guide to executing them in the public interest.
Public-Private Partnerships: Understanding the Difference Between Procurement and Finance Members only Login
This paper from the Center for American Progress concludes that P3s are a useful alternative form of procurement, allowing project sponsors to balance multiple goals against various delivery methods. They are not, however, an affordable method for...
Urban Agriculture: Feasibility Study for Youngstown, OH Members only Login
This Global Green study examines the potential for urban agriculture to revitalize Youngstown, Ohio. Youngstown has experienced significant economic challenges and population reductions over the past thirty years, resulting in large quantities of...
Mixed-Use and Economic Development Financing Structures and Options Members only Login
Strafford's shows special districts can provide a win-win-win situation for the local jurisdiction, the developer, and the ultimate owners of the benefited properties. Lending institutions, which advance credit to borrowers on properties located in...
Expanding U.S. P3 Market 2014 Members only Login
This report from Chadbourne provides an overview of the current U.S. P3 market, including information about projects in procurement, deal structures, market participants and public sector programs. It analyzes the trends and developments that are...
Growing Urban Agriculture: Strategies and Policies for Access to Healthy Food Members only Login
This report from PolicyLink gathers information from farmers, advocates, and policymakers to better understand the operational, financial, and social challenges associated with urban agriculture. It highlights the creative solutions that are being...
CDFA USDA Rural Project Marketplace Information Session
As part of the CDFA & USDA Rural Finance Partnership, a Project Marketplace will be created. This informational video helps explain the partnership and marketplace.
Creative Bond Financing Strategies - Part I Members only Login
John Haines, Mercy Corps Northwest; Carol McCoog, Hawkins Delafield & Wood LLP; Michael E. Schrader, Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LP; and Geoff Urbina, KeyBanc Capital Markets discussed the outlook for bonds in the Oregon and consider creative...
Creative Bond Financing Strategies - Part 2 Members only Login
John Haines, Mercy Corps Northwest; Carol McCoog, Hawkins Delafield & Wood LLP; Michael E. Schrader, Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LP; and Geoff Urbina, KeyBanc Capital Markets discussed the outlook for bonds in the Oregon and consider creative...
Smart Incentives & Technology Members only Login
Ellen Harpel of Smart Incentives and Kent Gardner of CGR present at the National Development Finance Summit workshop on smart incentives and technology for economic development.

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