MNWD continues to ensure stable, efficient, and reliable financial operations by utilizing an array of internally prepared and independently confirmed resources, including regular financial reporting and analyses. Our Financial Planning and Accounting Departments provide insight on accounting, budgeting, and billing to support sound monetary management for our District while adhering to applicable laws, policies, and regulations. Internally prepared financial documents and independent auditor’s reports, made available on this page, indicate MNWD’s productive stewardship of public funds.
MNWD’s Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR) contains the audited financial statements for the District and is prepared annually. The CAFR contains additional information required to receive the Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA) Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting, intended to encourage governmental agencies to go beyond the minimum requirements of generally accepted accounting principles. The CAFR can be used to provide an assessment of the District’s financial condition, inform readers about District services, include information about capital improvement projects, and discuss key initiatives. Read more below. Read more below.
Single Audits are required for Governmental Agencies that receive at least $750,000 of federal funds in one fiscal year. The audits must be conducted by an independent certified public accountant, and are in addition to the audit of the annual financial statements. The Single Audit focuses on both financial and compliance requirements related to federal funding. Read more below.
MNWD’s Financial Planning Department secures effective financial solutions with strategic budget planning and routine funding analyses. Learn more about our Annual Operating and Capital Budgets, and review annual information outlining financial points of interest, such as statement of net position, revenue, expenses, and cash flow, along with independent auditor reports.
Provides informative content outlining MNWD’s long-term financial planning strategy. Topics covered include property tax revenue, rate revenue, long-term investments, and utility costs.
An in-depth analysis of revenue requirements as determined by Customer Class, customer utility demand, and customer location.
An outline of water and wastewater capacity fees and water demand offset fees to MNWD, the purpose of these fees, and the methodologies and rationale behind implementing them.