Contribution in Aid of Construction (CIAC) Program

“CIAC” is an acronym that stands for “Contribution in Aid of Construction”, which is a term used in the public utility sector to describe money or other property received from any person or entity by a public utility to provide for the expansion, improvement, or replacement of the utility’s water, sewer, or reclaimed water facilities.

Toho Water Authority (Toho) has implemented a program that facilitates the extension of utility lines to provide public water and sewer services to platted residential lots in the Toho service area.

Connecting more properties within the Toho service area to public water and sewer utilities supports Toho’s mission to provide reliable, cost-effective and responsive water services to our customers while protecting public health and the environment.

Assessment Table

View the latest prioritization assessment for Poinciana utility line extension table.

Assessment Table
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Line Extension Map

Use our interactive line extension map to see a project's status and location. 

Common questions

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Appeal Form and Contact Us

An owner may submit an appeal request to waive the property CIAC fees. Please see Appeals Process section in the Common Questions for qualifications. 

If you have any questions please reach out to the program team.