California's Aging Infrastructure

Are your homeowners prepared to handle the unexpected worry and cost of emergency home repairs? 

California homeowners are facing continual challenges with aging water and sewer infrastructure, and the state is anticipated to require over $50 billion dollars over the next 20 years to address drinking water infrastructure alone.  The problem is compounded by the pandemic which has caused a $54 billion state deficit and unprecedented financial stress for California municipalities and citizens.  

Date:  February 24, 2021

Time: 11:00am PST/2:00pm EST

This webinar will post solutions that can help:

  • Improve public and private infrastructure 
  • Recover lost revenue
  • Educate and protect homeowners
  • Assist disadvantaged citizens in your community  

Speakers: 

Jennifer McCoy, Finance and Accounting Manager, Diablo Water District

Cameron McKay, General Manager, Kingsbury General Improvement District 

Kirk Ross, Member Engagement Manager - West Region, National League of Cities

Bill Coffey, Regional Director, HomeServe and NLC Service Line Warranty Program