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WATER SUPPLY RELIABILITY
In an effort to achieve a level of regional self-reliance, Otay Water District continues to address potential water supply options to enhance reliability and diversification of the District’s water supply portfolio.
WATER DISTRIBUTION AND FACILITIES
Otay Water District provides water and wastewater services to approximately 222,200 customers throughout its service area in southern San Diego County. The District delivers potable and recycled water supplies to communities in eastern Chula Vista, as well as the unincorporated communities of Jamul, La Presa, Otay Mesa (including a portion of the city of San Diego), Rancho San Diego, and Spring Valley.
Potable Compliance Rate: 100%
*Compliance monitoring includes daily total chlorine residual samples throughout the system, weekly bacteriological and turbidity samples at 33 locations, weekly pH, odor, and color samples at nine locations, monthly fluoride samples at four locations and quarterly disinfection byproduct sampling at eight locations, which includes trihalomethanes and haloacetic acids.
Otay Water District strives to make improvements in budget processes, including an extensive review and analysis of projections for revenues, expenditures, capital projects, as well as remain cost effective in our rate setting.
FY 2020 Budget
Projected Revenue: $105,806,300
Actual Revenue: $103,164,970
FY 2021 Budget:
Projected Revenue: $98,533,000
*Revenues include water sales, meter sales and other fees from the Operating Budget for the fiscal year. The fiscal year runs July 1 to June 30.
FY 2020 Budget
Projected Expenditures: $105,806,300
Actual Expenditures: $104,061,150
FY 2021 Budget
Projected Expenditures: $98,533,000
*Expenditures include water purchases, material and maintenance, and other fees from the Operating Budget for the fiscal year.