Reports

A collection of the Niagara Falls Water Board’s plans, reports, and studies available to the public.

Budgets

Review the Niagara Falls Water Board’s annual operations and maintenance budgets, as well as supplemental reports detailing personnel, expenses, and revenue. Learn More

Water Quality

The purpose of these water quality reports is to increase your understanding of the quality of our drinking water and to raise awareness of the need to protect our water sources. Learn More

Minutes

The Niagara Falls Water Board’s meeting schedule can be found at the following link, and unless otherwise noted meetings are held at the Water Board offices located at 5815 Buffalo Avenue, Niagara Falls, New York.  The Niagara Falls Water Board typically holds a work session on the third Monday each month, and its regular business meeting on the fourth Monday of the month.  These meetings usually begin at 5:00 p.m., but please consult the Water Board’s public meeting schedule to verify.  Members of the public are welcome to attend work sessions, but should be aware that no formal action is taken at work sessions and there is no public comment period.  At work sessions, the Board of Directors receives staff reports, listens to presentations, and discusses proposed resolutions and other initiatives.  Public comment is permitted at regular business meetings, with a limit of three minutes per speaker and a total public comment period not to exceed one hour.  Public speakers must sign in with the Chairperson prior to the meeting’s start time.  The Water Board takes formal action, including voting on resolutions, during its business meetings. Learn More…

Financial

These financial reports provide details of audits of the Niagara Falls Water Board’s net assets and related statements of revenues, expenses, and changes in assets and cash flow. Learn More

Other Reports

Review the Niagara Falls Water Board’s policies and procedures, as well as consolidated laws and bylaws, and proposed changes to the NFWB’s wastewater regulations. Learn More