Final Budget

 

The FY 2015-16 Final Budget is in alignment with Mayor Eric Garcetti's five Priority Outcome Areas, including a strengthened commitment to:

  • Provide excellent service and competitive rates for our customers
  • Continue investment in critical infrastructure
  • Transition to sustainable Los Angeles water and energy supplies
  • Increase system reliability
  • Comply with Legal and Regulatory Mandates
  • Leverage proposed FY 2015-2016 spending to create 10,000 jobs and to support the local economy

Successfully aligning the budget goals and incorporation of benchmarking and performance metrics provides both greater transparency and information for enhanced decision-making.

 

Power Revenue Fund

 

Key Program Summary

Power System Reliability Program

Replace the rapidly aging backbone and infrastructure of the Generation, Transmission, Substation, and Distribution Systems

Customer Service

Support Customers through field services, meter reading, customer account analysis, call center and customer contact and service center operations

Power Supply Replacement Program

Develop greener power resources by re-powering and rebuilding of Local Power Plants, adding more Renewable Energy Resources, and Transitioning from Coal

Operating Support

Provide shared and joint services including fleet, purchasing, finance, IT, and human resources

Customer Opportunities Program

Provide customers the opportunities to reduce their carbon footprint through Energy Efficiency, Solar Incentives, Demand Response, and Feed-in Tariff

Power System Support/General

Support for generation facilities, wholesale marketing, electric vehicles, etc.

 

Key Expenditure Plan Summary

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FY 15-16 Capital Expenditures Trend

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FY 15-16 Operations & Maintenance Expenditures Trend

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FY 15-16 Fuel and Purchased Power Trend

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Water Revenue Fund

 

Key Program Summary

Safe Drinking Water Program

Develop the highest quality water through reservoir covers, bypasses, trunkline replacement, and regulatory compliance

Regulatory Compliance - Owens Valley Program

Complete dust mitigation and reduce water-intensive measures on Owens Valley Lake

Water Infrastructure Program

Replace aging pipeline and infrastructure, including regulator and pumping stations; and renewal of the 101 year old Los Angeles Aqueduct "in place"

Customer Service

Support customers through field services, meter reading, customer account analysis, call center and customer contact and service center operations

Local Water Supply and Remediation Program

Invest in recycled water, groundwater remediation and stormwater, to increase local supply and meet the 20% conservation goal

Operating Support

Provide shared and joint services including fleet, purchasing, finance, IT and human resources

  

Key Expenditure Plan Summary

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FY 15-16 Capital Expenditures Trend

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FY 15-16 Operations & Maintenance Expenditures Trend

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FY 15-16 Purchased Water Trend

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Staffing

Staffing Plan Summary

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