At Alexandria Renew Enterprises, 2016 marked 60 years of transforming water for Alexandria and parts of Fairfax County. In that time, AlexRenew has invested millions of dollars into critical clean water infrastructure. Today, thanks to many watershed partners, the Potomac River and Chesapeake Bay are healthier than they have been in a generation. Read on to see why 2016 was a landmark year for AlexRenew.
Budget and Reports
The Emergency Operations Plan is an organizational framework that will guide City of Alexandria departments and allied partners in all phases of emergency management: mitigating/preventing; preparing for; responding to; and recovering from emergencies that threaten life or property within the City.
The Rates, Rules and Regulations govern the rendering of wastewater service as defined in this document. Every customer with premises connected to the City of Alexandria sewer collection system shall be bound by these Rates, Rules, and Regulations.
AlexRenew's Operating Budget for the 2017 FY from October 1, 2016 until September 30, 2017.
Alexandria Renew Enterprises' Comprehensive Annual Financial Report presents the financial position and results of operations at Alexandria Renew for the fiscal year ended September 30, 2015.