Budget & Finance
Here is our budget and finance information for the fiscal year of 2013-2014.
Below is WBSD’s Financial Audits and Internal Control Reports.
WBSD Performance Measurement Report
This report is intended to be an annual report by the West Bay Sanitary District regarding the performance of the District. It includes performance measures that, when taken as a whole, should give the reader a sense of how well the utility is performing and being managed. This report is prepared by management for use by the District’s Board of Directors and by the general public. West Bay Sanitary District maintains a wastewater collection system of approximately 210 miles with a total of 25 employees. Measurements including employee responses were gathered via unscientific survey data that may be greatly influenced by one or two employees due to the small pool of total employees.
WBSD 2011 Collection System Master Plan
The primary purpose of this sewer collection system master plan (Master Plan) is to evaluate the District’s gravity sewer collection system under a specific design storm, using a computerized hydraulic model.
This Master Plan is comprised of eleven chapters, including a sample Capital Improvement Program which is updated and budgeted for annually. The Master Plan also recommends a schedule for maintenance-related replacements of the pipeline and pump station facilities.
The Master Plan was developed to meet the following objectives:
• Evaluate system wide flow characteristics to identify areas contributing to high inflow and infiltration (I&I);
• Assess the existing hydraulic capacity of the collection system, including pipelines and pump stations;
• Evaluate pipeline and pump station condition and replacement needs; and
• Develop a prioritized capital improvement program (CIP) and funding approach to provide an affordable and sustainable level of service to the District’s ratepayers.
WBSD Master Plan Update of 2013
In 2011/12, the District completed a second flow monitoring program to document any flow reductions resulting from the Haven Avenue and other District projects. The hydraulic model was then recalibrated and results re-evaluated to determine whether Master Plan recommendations should be adjusted based on the updated information.
This Technical Memorandum (TM) discusses the 2011/12 flow monitoring data and how this information affected hydraulic model results. This TM also discusses a revised approach to the management and accommodation of wet weather flows, and includes the following sections:
• 2011/12 Flow Monitoring Program and Recalibration of Basin 2B
• Recalibration Results for District Service Area
• Revised Approach to Wet Weather Flow Management
• Updated Capital Improvement Program
• Next Steps