Reports and Documents
Tampa Bay Water is a special district of the State of Florida created by interlocal agreement among its six member governments. The agreement establishes the agency as the exclusive water supplier and its responsibility to plan, develop and deliver a high-quality drinking water supply.
Amended and Restated Interlocal Agreement
Master Water Supply Contract
Tampa Bay Water’s Master Water Supply Contract identifies its unequivocal obligation to meet member water needs. It requires that Tampa Bay Water’s members share the costs of developing and maintaining water supplies, share in environmental stewardship efforts, share voting rights, and pay the same wholesale rate.
Master Water Supply Contract
Tampa Bay Water’s strategic plan provides a roadmap to fulfilling its mission of reliably providing clean, safe water to the region now and for future generations. First established in 2011, the strategic plan was updated in 2014 and 2016 to ensure the goals and objectives embrace changes in the organization, while still aligning with the agency’s mission and vision.
2015 Public Opinion Survey
A telephone and Internet survey of 1,200 randomly selected households in the Tampa Bay Water service area was conducted from March 18, 2015 to April 3, 2015. The objective of this research study was to explore public attitudes regarding the following issues:
- Regional water supply issues
- Tampa Bay Water
- Water conservation
- Tap water
- Information sources for water issues
Download the 2015 Public Opinion Survey here.
Performance Audit and Management Study
Every five years, Tampa Bay Water’s performance is reviewed by an outside consulting firm. It’s one way that Tampa Bay Water’s board of directors helps ensure the regional water utility is efficient, effective and economical.
Unlike a financial audit, the performance audit looks at the activities performed by the agency and reviews the performance in comparison with organizations of similar size and type.
Each performance audit is conducted in accordance with Generally Accepted Government Auditing Standards issued by the Comptroller General of the United States.
For more information on the availability of this report, please fill out a public records request.
Chapter 120 of Florida Statutes, amendment enacted during 2015, requires Tampa Bay Water to file an annual regulatory plan. The regulatory plan identifies laws enacted or amended during the previous 12 months that affect the duties or authority of Tampa Bay Water, and identifies associated duties the agency must adopt to implement the law.
2016-2017 Regulatory Plan
2015-2016 Regulatory Plan
Florida Statues require special districts such as Tampa Bay Water to file public facilities reports with each local government in which the special districts are located, and post these reports to agency websites. The purpose of facilities reports is to provide local governments with information that is pertinent to developing and updating local governments’ comprehensive plans.
2016 Special District Facilities Report