The District operates and maintains a vast network of pipelines, storage and treatment facilities to deliver water to customers and provide wastewater service. From the Sierra Nevada foothills to the San Francisco Bay, this network has an estimated replacement cost exceeding $15 billion. Maintaining high-quality service requires ongoing reinvestment in reservoirs, aqueducts, pump stations, pipelines, sewer interceptors, digesters and treatment plants.
This budget continues investments in and maintenance of aging infrastructure and provides a plan for long-term financial stability. Over the next two years, we will invest more than $800 million to improve our aging water and wastewater infrastructure. The budget was developed after analyzing a portfolio of investments and determining the highest priority projects based on regulatory compliance, safety, cost-effectiveness and improving service to our customers. Almost 67 percent of the FY20 and FY21 budget relates to building and paying for capital.
Shown below are the budget documents that will provide a comprehensive overview of the FY20 and FY21 budget. New for FY20 and FY21 is the Biennial Budget in Brief, a concise summary of the budget which promotes better communication and is easier to understand.
East Bay Municipal Utility District
375 11th Street
Oakland, CA 94607