Public Utility District
TCPUD budget and finance statements are created using accounting methods similar to those used by private sector companies. These statements offer short-term and long-term financial information about TCPUD activities.
TCPUD budgets are prepared for a 12-month period and address all the revenues and expenditures that might occur within each year.
TCPUD plans our budget and finances several months before the fiscal year begins. Our annual financial reports are accessible here for your convenience.
Financial policies provide guidelines for financial decision making and set the strategic intent for financial management and are central to a strategic, long-term approach to financial management.
This document outlines our policies and procedures regarding Board of Director business expenses, credit card use, and other reimbursements.
The LTFP process is a critical strategic planning effort that aligns TCPUD's financial capacity with the long-term delivery of water, sewer, and parks and recreation services.
TCPUD purchased its first water system, the Tahoe City Water Company, in 1939 setting in motion the work to become a public water provider for the community.