6240 Fiscal Management – Revenue – Investments


The objectives of the district’s investment policy are to safeguard district funds and to minimize risk, to ensure that investments mature when cash is required to finance operations and to ensure a competitive rate of return. In accordance with this policy, the Treasurer or designee is authorized to invest and/or deposit all funds, including proceeds of obligations and reserve funds, in time-deposit accounts, certificates of deposit, shortterm government securities, repurchase agreements or other investment instruments permitted by law, subject to the investment regulations approved by the Board.

To the extent feasible, investments and deposits shall be made in and through local or regional financial institutions. Concentration of investments in a single financial institution should be avoided. Diversification of investments and deposits is encouraged.

Presentation: 2/7/90
First Vote: 2/21/90
Second Vote: 3/7/90