As a public agency, the Inland Empire Utilities Agency is committed to the highest standards of quality, fiscal responsibility, efficient business practices, accountability, and dedication to transparency. IEUA is committed to providing the community, stakeholders and member agencies publicly accessible, valuable information that assists members of the public in understanding IEUA’s services, operations and finances. The website also serves as an educational resource to learning about who we are and what we do at IEUA.
IEUA is committed to reducing the region’s dependence on imported water supplies and increasing drought-resiliency throughout the service area through the Agency’s three key services: treating wastewater and developing recycled water, local water resources and conservation programs.
Click here to view the Agency’s Statute/Enabling Act.
Click here to view the Agency’s description, mission, values, vision and services.
Compensation and Benefits
All employees are paid biweekly. Pay stubs are distributed every other Friday by 10:00 a.m., and compensation is made by the use of direct deposit. Click here for employee MOUs and Salary Schedules.
- Click here to view the 2019 General Manager’s Contract
- Click here to view the State Controller’s website regarding government compensation in California
- Click here to view the State Controller’s website regarding IEUA compensation.
- Click here to view the Agency’s Reimbursement for Attendance at a Conference, Seminar, or Meeting Policy (A-37)
- Click here to view the Agency’s Educational Reimbursement (A-39)
- Click here to view the Agency’s Meal Reimbursement for Unscheduled Overtime (A-68)
- Click here to view the Agency’s Board of Directors Expense Reimbursement (A-77)
- Click here to view the Agency’s Wellness Program Policy (A-78)
The Audit Function
The Inland Empire Utilities Agency’s Internal Audit Department and the Audit Committee were established by Board action on April 21, 2004. The Audit Function was established as a response to increased responsibilities for financial reporting and audit compliance requirements of various regulatory agencies. Specifically, risks related to the financial growth of the Agency associated with the issuance of bonds and receipt of increasing grant funding, along with the administration of rebate programs and the active roles and projects with various joint powers and member agencies. As documented in the March 17, 2004 Board Letter, the Audit Function was the staff recommendation to provide greater Board oversight of External Auditor activities, to perform internal audits and provide recommendations, to adopt Government Finance Officers Association and Institute of Internal Auditors guidance, and comply with California legislation anticipated changes in audit reporting requirements. The purpose of the Audit Function is to assist the Agency in achieving its goals and objectives, to ensure the Agency maintains the highest standards of fiscal integrity and accountability, provide a system of sound checks and balances, and ensure a truly independent view of Agency operations.
IEUA is dedicated to properly serving our customers, the public, and provide our employees a safe and productive workplace. The IEUA’s Board of Directors, Audit Committee, and Management team value your input. EthicsPoint has been selected to provide IEUA with an anonymous and confidential method to hear your suggestions, concerns, or report of misconduct. Click here for more information.
Ten Year Capital Improvement Plan
The TYCIP is a document which links the vision of the Agency with a list of physical projects to fulfill that purpose. Projects identified in the TYCIP are necessary to accomplish the Agency’s goals based on physical conditions of assets and forecasted regional projections of water and wastewater needs. Click here to view the report.