Directors / Employees Compensation
All Board members and employee compensation, including salaries and benefits, are adopted by the Board of Directors in a public meeting process where our customers always have the opportunity to review and comment.
Pursuant to the Water Code Section 20202, it establishes parameters in which Board members can be compensated for their service. Board members are compensated based upon each day of service and not based upon the number of meetings attended. The current policy established by the Board of Directors limits the number of days for which a Director may receive a compensation to a maximum of eight (8) days per calendar month and compensation is limited to $171.01 per day of service.
The California State Controller’s Office hosts a database of public employee salaries. In accordance with AB2040, La Puente Valley County Water District complies with the transparency requirements. Click Here to view the State Controller’s website regarding La Puente Valley County Water District’s compensation in California.
General Manager’s Contract
District Benefits for Active Directors / Employees
All elected or appointed Board of Directors, spouses and dependents shall be eligible for Medical, Dental and Vision insurance coverage. Also, the District provides a Life Insurance benefit of $10,000 and such lesser amount for the Director’s Spouse as provided by the District’s life insurance plan during their term of office at no cost to the Directors.
All full-time employees, spouses and dependents shall be eligible for Medical, Dental and Vision insurance coverage. Also, the District provides a Life Insurance benefit of $20,000 and such lesser amount for the employees’ spouse and dependents. The District participates into the California Public Employees Retirement System (CalPERS) for full-time regular and part-time regular employees. The District also offers its employees a voluntary Deferred Compensation 457 Plan through Lincoln Financial Group.
The District also provides full-time employees Short-term and Long-term Disability at no cost to the employee.
The District offers retirement benefits to retired employees only.
Pursuant to Government Code Section 53891, the officer of the local agency who has charge of the financial records shall furnish to the Controller a report of all the financial transactions of the local agency during the preceding calendar year. The report shall contain underlying data from audited financial statements prepared in accordance with generally accepted accounting principals, if this data is available. The report shall be furnished within seven months after the close of each calendar year and shall be in the form required by the Controller. A local agency shall submit to the Controller information on annual compensation as described in subdivision (I) of Section 53892, for the previous calendar year no later than April 30th of each year.
Senate Bill 272 – The California Public Records Act: Local Agencies: Inventory
Below is a PDF of La Puente Valley County Water District’s Enterprise System Catalog pursuant to California Government Code Section 6270.5.