EMWD’s service area is one of the fastest growing regions in the country. EMWD is a major economic driver for the region and is challenged to continue to meet growing service demands in a safe and economical manner.
Staff has prepared a comprehensive biennial budget report, providing the EMWD Board of Directors and stakeholders a complete view of EMWD’s financial condition. The budget process also provides an opportunity to evaluate resources relative to EMWD’s mission, vision and guiding principle, and strategic goals and objectives.
The biennial budget provides resources towards achieving the strategic standards of excellence of EMWD.
State law and debt covenants require that EMWD publish, within six months and 180 days of the close of each fiscal year, respectively, a complete set of audited financial statements. This report is published to fulfill that requirement and to provide the EMWD Board of Directors, the public and other interested parties these basic financial statements.
EMWD has accumulated unclaimed money as a result of customer refunds relating to the closing of water accounts, customer-related conservation rebates, refunds of deposits to developers upon completion of projects, etc. These amounts remain outstanding due to being returned undeliverable without a forwarding address, companies closing, filing bankruptcies, or for various other reasons. In an effort to locate these customers/developers, EMWD has supplied a listing of unclaimed money.