Current Map: Predominant Collection Sewer System Age
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Source: 2016 WINS
Items:
Part III, Question A
What is the length of your collection sewer system in miles?
Part III, Question B
What percentage of your sewer collection system is over 50 years old? 30 to 50 years old? Less than 30 years old?
Calculated Items:
Sewer Age Category
Sewer Age Category was assigned to each city/special district reporting a sewer collection system by choosing the reported age category with the highest percentage of the three. Ties were assigned to the oldest age category in the tie.
Source: 2016 WINS
Items:
Part IV, Question B
Does your community operate its own wastewater treatment facility? (Enter 'Y' or 'N')
If N what is the name of the community, sanitary district, etc. that treats your wastewater?
Part IV, Question G
What is the age of your treatment facility in years? Please use the original construction data or the date of the most recent permitted wastewater treatment expansion (whichever is most recent) as the beginning date or 'date of birth' for calculating the age of your treatment facility.
Source: 2016 WINS
Item:
Part V, Question D
What percentage of your TOTAL 2014 Annual Costs of Wastewater Collection and Treatment were paid by: (1) Residential Connections; (2) Non-residential connections; and, (3) Industrial Connections? Please remember to include income from all sources used to pay the 2014 Annual Costs of Wastewater Collection and Treatment. For example, to determine the % of costs paid by residential connections use the total of sewer billings, special assessments, taxes, fees, etc. collected from residential connections during 2014 to cover your overall costs of Operation and Maintenance, repayment of Capital Bonds/Loans, etc.
Source: AFRF (Cities: 2011-2015, Special Districts: 2010-2014)
Items:
Net Income
Operating Income + Non-operating Revenues - Non-operating Expenses
Operating Income
Operating Revenues - Operating Expenses
Operating Income excluding Depreciation
Operating Revenues - (Operating Expenses - Depreciation)
Operating Revenues
Revenues derived from the operation of an enterprise (user fees)
Operating Expenses
Costs necessary to the maintenance and operation of the enterprise fund
Non-operating Revenues
  • Investment Earnings
  • Property Taxes
  • Special assessment
  • Does not include grants received for the construction or acquisition of capital assets
  • Excludes Borrowing
Non-operating Expenses
  • Interest payments
  • Excludes Capital Outlay
  • Excludes Principal Payments on Debt
See Sewer Enterprise Fund Net Income Map
See Sewer Enterprise Fund Net Income Map
Source: DWRFS
Items:
Average Daily Production (ADP)
Average daily production of drinking water in gallons over an 18-month period. Includes drinking water sold and purchased by other communities.
Population Served
Residential population served by the public water supply.
Calculated Items:
ADP by Population Served
ADP/Population Served
See Sewer Enterprise Fund Net Income Map
See Sewer Enterprise Fund Net Income Map
See Sewer Enterprise Fund Net Income Map
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    Map & Report Data

    2016 Wastewater Infrastructure Needs Survey (WINS)
    Author: Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA)
    Year: 2017
    Description: MPCA administers this survey to MN communities biennually. Survey completion is not mandatory.
    Clean Water Revolving Fund Project Priority List (PPL)
    Author: Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA)
    Year: 2017
    Description: The Project Priority List (PPL) prepared by the MPCA identifies wastewater and stormwater projects that are potentially eligible to receive a Clean Water Revolving Fund (CWRF) loan over the next five years.
    Drinking Water Revolving Fund Survey (DWRFS)
    Author: Minnesota Department of Health (MDH)
    Description: Information regularly collected by MDH and combined over an 18-month period.
    Drinking Water Revolving Fund Project Priority List (PPL)
    Author: Minnesota Department of Health (MDH)
    Year: 2017
    Description: The Project Priority List (PPL) prepared by the MDH identifies drinking water projects that are potentially eligible to receive a DWRF loan over the next five years.
    Annual Financial Reporting Form (AFRF)
    Author: Office of the State Auditor (OSA)
    Year: 2011 - 2015
    Description: Enterprise fund data reported on AFRF and verified against audited and unaudited financial statements. City enterprises shown are for water and sewer activities, FY 2011-2015. Special district reporting for FY 2011-2015.

    Geography Data

    Cities
    Source: City, Township, and Unorganized Territory (CTU) Boundaries, Minnesota, May 29, 2014
    Author: MnGeo
    Description: Downloaded from Minnesota Geospatial Commons. Boundaries of cities, townships, and unorganized territories in Minnesota. Cities boundaries extracted from dataset and centroids (center of the boundaries) calculated. Updated to remove Thomson and add Rice Lake.
    Special Districts
    Source: City, Township, and Unorganized Territory (CTU) Boundaries, Minnesota, May 29, 2014
    Author: MnGeo/U-Spatial
    Description: Lists of special district services obtained from Minnesota Pollution Control Agency, Minnesota Department of Health, and the Office of the State Auditor. Represented as the centroid (center) of the approximate service area not by location of treatment plants or wells.
    Counties
    Source: City, Township, and Unorganized Territory (CTU) Boundaries, Minnesota, May 29, 2014
    Author: MnGeo
    Description: CTU dataset dissolved to create county boundaries.
    Basins
    Source: DNR Watersheds DNR Level 04 HUC 08-majors (MN DNR Watershed Suite)
    Author: MN DNR
    Description: Downloaded from MN Geospatial Commons
    Watersheds
    Source: DNR Watersheds DNR Level 02 HUC 04 (MN DNR Watershed Suite)
    Author: MN DNR
    Description: Downloaded from MN Geospatial Commons