Compared to a gallon of gas or milk, a gallon of wholesale tap water continues to be a value in the Tampa Bay region.
Tampa Bay Water keeps water affordable through its budgeting process. As a special district of the State of Florida, we are funded through the sale of wholesale water to the local governments we serve. We have no taxing authority and we do not make a profit.
The current wholesale water rate is $2.56 per 1,000 gallons.
Our annual budget is balanced—our projected expenses equal our projected income. Each budget is rigorously reviewed by the governments we serve and discussed in a public workshop before our Board of Directors considers approval prior to August 1 of each year.
Approved Operating Budget Fiscal Year 2023
Proposed Operating Budget Fiscal Year 2023
Approved Operating Budget Fiscal Year 2022
Approved Operating Budget Fiscal Year 2021
Approved Operating Budget Fiscal Year 2020
Approved Operating Budget Fiscal Year 2019
Approved Operating Budget Fiscal Year 2018
Approved Operating Budget Fiscal Year 2017
Approved Operating Budget Fiscal Year 2016
The Comprehensive Annual Financial Report is a thorough and detailed presentation of the agency’s financial condition. It reports on the agency’s activities and balances for each fiscal year.
The Popular Annual Financial Report extracts information from the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report and is designed to be easily understandable to the general public and other interested parties without a background in public finance.
Popular Annual Financial Report 2021
Annual Comprehensive Financial Report 2021
Popular Annual Financial Report 2020
Comprehensive Annual Financial Report 2020
Popular Annual Financial Report 2019
Comprehensive Annual Financial Report 2019
Popular Annual Financial Report 2018
Comprehensive Annual Financial Report 2018
Popular Annual Financial Report 2017
Comprehensive Annual Financial Report 2017
Popular Annual Financial Report 2016
Comprehensive Annual Financial Report 2016
An official statement is a document prepared by or on behalf of a state or local government in connection with a new issue of municipal securities. In some respects, an official statement is comparable to a prospectus for corporate equity or debt offering. An official statement describes the essential terms of the bonds. It typically provides the most detailed description of the terms and features of the bonds through maturity, unless and until these terms have been modified.
Official Statement for the Series 2016C Bonds
Official Statement for the Series 2016A/B Bonds
Official Statement for the 2015A/B Bonds
Tampa Bay Water’s Capital Improvements Program (CIP) is a comprehensive ten-year plan and portfolio of previously approved and new proposed capital projects. The CIP is updated annually as the scope, needs and timing for specific projects change. Tampa Bay Water’s Board of Directors annually accepts the CIP for implementation by agency staff.
The main objectives of the Capital Improvements Program Plan are:
Capital Improvement Program Fiscal Years 2022-2031
Capital Improvement Program Fiscal Years 2021-2030