National Association of Towns and Townships

National Association of Towns and Townships NATaT was formed to champion fair-share federal funding decisions & to promote legislative & regulatory policies designed to strengthen local government.
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The National Association of Towns and Townships (NATaT) was formed more than 30 years ago to provide America's smaller communities, towns and townships, and other suburban and rural localities a strong voice in Washington, DC. Eighty-five percent serve communities with less than 10,000 people and nearly half have fewer than 1,000 residents. Nearly one quarter of all Americans live in rural areas, approximately the same percentage as live in central cities.

SAFER grant application period open July 29 - August 30.  Funds can be used to hire, recruit, retain firefighters - both...
07/24/2013
Staffing for Adequate Fire & Emergency Response Grants | FEMA.gov

SAFER grant application period open July 29 - August 30. Funds can be used to hire, recruit, retain firefighters - both volunteer and career.

http://www.fema.gov/staffing-adequate-fire-emergency-response-grants

The Staffing for Adequate Fire and Emergency Response Grants (SAFER) was created to provide funding directly to fire departments and volunteer firefighter interest organizations to help them increase or maintain the number of trained, "front line" firefighters available in their communities. The goa...

After the 2010 Census, some currently unregulated Municipal Separate Stormwater Systems (MS4s) are located within the ne...
02/11/2013
EPA - WPD US EPA Stormwater Program’s Webcast Series - Stormwater Overview & Lessons Learned

After the 2010 Census, some currently unregulated Municipal Separate Stormwater Systems (MS4s) are located within the new urbanized area boundaries are now subject to regulation. Learn more during an EPA webinar tomorrow, February 12.
http://cfpub.epa.gov/npdes/courses.cfm?program_id=0&outreach_id=670&o_type=1

This fun and interactive webcast is targeted to municipalities, counties, departments of transportation, universities, and other newcomers to the municipal stormwater program.

01/03/2013
Welcome to the National Association of Towns and Townships (NATaT) website | NATaT

NATaT Releases Special Report on Fiscal Cliff Deal - to read the report, visit our website at www.natat.org. Happy New Year!

The National Association of Towns and Townships (NATaT) was formed more than 30 years ago to provide America's smaller communities, towns and townships, and other suburban and rural localities a strong voice in Washington, DC. Eighty-five percent serve communities with less than 10,000 people and ne...

http://natat.tfgitweb.com/news/fire-departments-impacted-hurricane-sandy-may-be-eligible-fema-public-assistance-grants
12/06/2012
Fire Departments Impacted by Hurricane Sandy May Be Eligible for FEMA Public Assistance Grants | NAT

http://natat.tfgitweb.com/news/fire-departments-impacted-hurricane-sandy-may-be-eligible-fema-public-assistance-grants

Fire departments that experienced the loss of or damage to emergency facilities, emergency vehicles, firefighting equipment, and other emergency equipment or personal protective gear due to Hurricane Sandy may be eligible to receive FEMA Public Assistance funds to aid their recovery. FEMA’s Public A...

Upcoming Grant Opportunity for Local Fire Departments!http://www.fema.gov/fire-prevention-safety-grants
11/28/2012
Fire Prevention & Safety Grants | FEMA.gov

Upcoming Grant Opportunity for Local Fire Departments!

http://www.fema.gov/fire-prevention-safety-grants

The Fire Prevention and Safety (FP&S) Grants are part of the Assistance to Firefighters Grants (AFG) and support projects that enhance the safety of the public and firefighters from fire and related hazards. The primary goal is reduce injury and prevent death among high-risk populations. In 2005, Co...

Nearly one in four households in the United States depends on an individual septic system (also referred to as an onsite...
11/20/2012
EPA Decentralized MOU Partnership Papers | Septic (Onsite / Decentralized) Systems | US EPA

Nearly one in four households in the United States depends on an individual septic system (also referred to as an onsite system) or small community cluster system to treat wastewater. The EPA Decentralized Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) Partnership has developed a series of four papers highlighting how decentralized wastewater treatment can be: a sensible solution; cost‐effective and economical; green and sustainable; and protective of the environment, public health, and water quality. Moreinformation: http://water.epa.gov/infrastructure/septic/Decentralized-MOU-Partnership-Products.cfm

In 2012, the EPA Decentralized MOU Partnership developed four short papers for state, local, and tribal government officials as well as interested stakeholders, which include information on the uses and benefits of decentralized wastewater treatment and examples of where they have played an effectiv...

National Association of Towns and Townships
11/19/2012
National Association of Towns and Townships

National Association of Towns and Townships

NATaT was formed to champion fair-share federal funding decisions & to promote legislative & regulatory policies designed to strengthen local government.

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11/19/2012

National Association of Towns and Townships's cover photo

Address

1130 Connecticut Ave NW, Ste 300
Washington D.C., DC
20036

General information

NATaT seeks flexible and alternative approaches to federal policies to ensure that small communities can meet federal requirements. As part of these efforts, NATaT advocates for fair share funding, technical assistance, and other affirmative steps to address the inherent disadvantages that small governments face in our present intergovernmental system. Typical of these efforts was NATaT’s key role in the passage of regulatory reforms by Congress aimed at reducing the burden of regulations on small local governments. NATaT has also successfully sought Congressional appropriations for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency specifically for small community outreach.

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(202) 331-8500

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