Enterprise Departments are agencies that have direct or separate funding sources. Frequently funded via usage and lease fees, these agencies are usually able to predict and address their needs with support from stakeholders.
The Municipal Transportation Agency is responsible for parking, transit, and traffic management in San Francisco. MTA receives funding from state and local agencies, MUNI riders, and parking tickets.
The Public Utilities Commission provides water and sewer service to residents along with power (generated at Hetch Hetchy) for City buildings. In addition to its local services, the PUC also generates revenue by providing water services to other jurisdictions.
The Port of San Francisco maintains a substantial portion of the City’s waterfront for a number of transit, freight, tourism and recreation uses.
The San Francisco International Airport manages a long-term Capital program based on growth predictions and the needs of its tenants. The airport is a self sustaining enterprise funded with revenue from the airlines, vendors, travelers and the federal government.