Moulton Niguel 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 the District’s productive stewardship of public funds.
In compliance with the requirements of California Constitution Article XIII D Sec. 6, Moulton Niguel has developed and distributed notices of a public hearing to its customers regarding proposed changes to its Water, Recycled Water, and Wastewater Service Fees. For supplementary material and tools to determine how the 2017 changes may impact your bill, go to www.mnwd.com/billcalculator.
Moulton Niguel Water District and 18 water and wastewater utilities throughout Orange County have initiated an update to the 2012 Orange County Regional Water & Wastewater Multi-Jurisdictional Hazard Mitigation Plan. This plan provides a framework for water and wastewater utilities in Orange County to reduce their vulnerability to the impacts of natural and man-made hazard events such as earthquakes, flooding, and hazardous materials spills.
The South Orange County Integrated Regional Water Management (IRWM) Plan has been developed from, and coordinates with, existing plans and research documents provided by the participating agencies in a manner that identifies and integrates regional projects to improve water supply, protect water quality, enhance the environment, and provide flood risk management. This Plan establishes a priority ranking to help further regional efforts to investigate the feasibility of, and identify funding for, these projects. Individual projects, however will go through the appropriate environmental review and permitting process as funding is secured.
The Urban Water Management Plan has been prepared in compliance with the requirements of Water Code Sections 10610 through 10656 of the Urban Water Management Planning Act (Act), which were added by Statute 1983, Chapter 1009, and became effective on January 1, 1984. The Act requires “every urban water supplier providing water for municipal purposes to more than 3,000 customers or supplying more than 3,000 acre-feet of water annually” to prepare, adopt, and file an UWMP with the California Department of Water Resources (DWR) every five years.
The annual water quality and consumer confidence reports provide information on the sources of our water supply, basic information about your drinking water, and water quality results for the previous calendar year.