Enterprise Fund Revenue Bonds

The Water Division and Lambert Airport are two of the City’s Enterprise Funds.

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Enterprise Fund Revenue Bonds

The Water Division and Lambert Airport are two of the City’s Enterprise Funds. An Enterprise Fund accounts for funds operated similar to private business type activities where the intent of the governing body is that the cost of providing goods or services to the public on a continuing basis be financed or recovered primarily through user charges.

The Water Division receives its income from the sale of water to residents of the City and recently from the sale of water to other municipalities in the metropolitan area.

Lambert Airport is the City’s second largest cost center and is supported entirely by user fees paid by airlines and concessionaires, along with federal funds. Approximately 42% of the airport’s budget is devoted to debt service payments on revenue bonds for Airport expansion and to facilitate repair and maintenance of the runways and terminals.

Lambert Airport Revenue Bonds
Lambert Airport Revenue Bonds Details

Water Division Revenue Bonds
Water Division Revenue Bonds Details

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