About the North Tahoe Public Utility District
Following are the mission statement, vision statement, and core values statement for the North Tahoe Public Utility District. Adopted July 2006.
To provide sewer and water service, consistent with standards set for public health, safety, and the environment in an efficient and accountable manner. To provide, promote and support local and regional recreational and conference facilities and activities for the use and enjoyment of residents and visitors. To acknowledge and continue the District’s role as an advocate for the economic well being of our community.
The VISION for the North Tahoe Public Utility District is:
- to rehabilitate our sewer and water infrastructure to current standards and continue to efficiently provide for future demands.
- to provide expanded and improve existing recreational facilities for our community.
- to be an active voice for our Community in areas of redevelopment and existing and future community services.
- to foster a positive long term employer/employee relationships.
- to provide an economically viable Conference Center.
Open Communications - be open to all points of view
Customer Service - be ever respectful of those whom we serve
Honesty - be fair, straightforward and factual
Public Trust - be committed to earning this every day
Protecting the Environment - be good stewards of what we have been given
Cooperation - efficiencies come from teamwork
Financial Reporting and Accountability - be deliberate, accurate and clear
Fiscal Recording - exercise careful watch/care over public funds
|Sewer Department||Water Department||Recreation & Parks Department|
|Founded||July 1948||November 1967||May 1968|
|Service Area||4,160 acres, 6.5 square miles||2,186 acres, 3.4 square miles, some areas of the District are served by Agate or Fulton Water companies||4,160 acres, 6.5 square miles|
|Number of Connections (2009)||4010 (Actual Connections) 5524 (Total customers)||3,871||5456 Parcels contribute to CFD 94-1|
|Length of Gravity Lines||74.8 miles||53.8 miles|
|Average Age of Lines||27.1 years||32.1 years|
|Length of Force Mains||6.62 miles||N/A|
|Number of Manholes (2009)||1,753||N/A|
|Range of Pipe Size||6" to 36" diameter||1" to 14" diameter|
|Number of Main Pumping Facilities||4||3: 1 lake source, 2 well sources|
|Number of Satellite / Booster Stations||14||3|
|Number of Tanks/Capacity||6.0 million gallons per day at Dollar Lift Station||8 tanks, 3,500,000 gallons|
|Average Daily Flow (2008)||861,000 gallons||1,460,000 gallons|
|High Monthly Flow (2008)||October
35 million gallons
|2008 Annual Flow||315 million gallons|
|High Daily Flow (2008)||1,390 million gallons per day|
|Water Production (2008)||536 million gallons|
|2008 Highest Water Production Month||August
70 million gallons
|2009-2010 Annual Operating Budget||$3,206,893||$3,929908||$933,509|