A duly-organized water district is formed through the following process: One: LWUA conducts preliminary talks and consultations with interested local government entities. Two: The local government conducts public hearings to arrive at a consensus on whether to form a water district or not. (LWUA Board Resolution No. 147, Series of 2009, amended the Guidelines for the Formation continue reading : How is a Water District formed?
A water district’s water rate is determined by the following factors: cost of systems expansion operation and maintenance cost number of connectors debt service needs of the water district ten percent reserves operating efficiency Water rates are implemented only after they are presented in a public hearing and after review and approval by LWUA. To continue reading : How are water rates determined and implemented?
LWUA is the only lending institution – whether in the public or private sector — with the financial, technical and institutional development competence to enable a water district’s water supply project to generate return-on-investments. LWUA treats countryside water supply development not simply as a financial venture, nor as a mere waterworks construction project, but as continue reading : As a lending source, what makes LWUA advantageous over other sources?