Mission Statement

CFPUA's mission is to provide high-quality water and sewer service in an environmentally responsible manner that protects public health while maintaining the lowest practicable cost.

Strategic Vision

CFPUA is committed to excellence. We effectively and efficiently manage operations, infrastructure, and investments to protect, restore, and enhance the natural environment; responsibly use water and other natural resources; promote economic vitality; support public safety and health; and engender overall community improvement and involvement on significant issues. CFPUA continuously improves and not only meets but also strives to exceed all regulatory requirements.

Guiding Principles

CFPUA is committed to the principles of Stewardship, Sustainability, and Service. These principles serve as a guide for ethical decisions, provide a gauge for measuring success, and define our responsibility to the community. They guide our organization in the following way:


  • Of the region’s natural resources
  • Of the financial resources and assets our customers entrust to us


  • Of the region through dependable water and wastewater utilities that support public health and economic prosperity
  • Of the Authority’s ability to meet the community’s current and future water and wastewater needs and expectations


  • To our customers by providing reliable, cost‐effective water and wastewater utilities
  • To our community as a thoughtful and participatory corporate citizen

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As a WRN (Weather Ready Nation) Ambassador, CFPUA helps make the nation more ready, responsive, and resilient against extreme environmental hazards. We are committed to working with the National Weather Service (NWS) and other Ambassadors to strengthen national resilience against extreme weather. The effort is a force-multiplier for NWS; sharing messages with with our Ambassadors reaches many times more people than the NWS can alone, including vulnerable populations in their communities