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June 25-26, 2021 Rain Event: Information on Applying for FEMA Assistance & Filing an Appeal

Click here to file an application for FEMA assistance for the June 25-26, 2021 rain event. The registration deadline for FEMA has been extended to November 12, 2021.

If your FEMA claim has been denied, click here for step-by-step instructions on how to file an appeal with FEMA (scroll down to the “If You are Denied” section). The City is also encouraging residents who need assistance with their claim to visit either of its two Disaster Recovery Centers: Kemeny Recreation Center (2260 S. Fort Street) and The Salvation Army (3000 Conner Street).

You may also qualify for assistance provided by a group of local realtors. Please click here and scroll to the end of this news article for more details.

Financials Archive

A key indicator of success for GLWA has been our strong financial performance, allowing us to earn member partners’ and investors’ trust through financial stability and transparency.



AUDIT COMMITTEE DOCUMENTS

The GLWA’s Audit Committee shall meet at least four (4) times per year, with the Authority’s Chief Financial Officer, Chief Executive Officer and the Authority’s independent public auditors to review the reports related to the financial condition, operations, performance and management of the Authority.



WHOLESALE MEMBER PARTNER CHARGES FY 2019

Annually the Board of Directors establishes member partner charges that align with the budget and financial plan. The charges are approved after a series of engaged member-partner meetings and a public hearing.



WHOLESALE MEMBER PARTNER CHARGES FY 2017

Annually the Board of Directors establishes member partner charges that align with the budget and financial plan. The charges are approved after a series of engaged member-partner meetings and a public hearing.


WHOLESALE MEMBER PARTNER CHARGES FY 2016

Annually the Board of Directors establishes member partner charges that align with the budget and financial plan. The charges are approved after a series of engaged member-partner meetings and a public hearing.


DWSD Audit Reports

Please note: The archived statements below relate to the City of Detroit Water & Sewerage Department (DWSD). The Great Lakes Water Authority (GLWA) assumed operation of the DWSD’s regional assets on January 1, 2016.


Capital Improvement Plan

GLWA’s Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) supports the continuation of major capital asset investments to upgrade the Authority’s aging infrastructure. The five year plan is updated annually to reflect changing system needs, priorities and funding opportunities. Click on Learn More to view our current and historical CIP plans.