Article 11. Investments of California Public Utilities Code >> Division 10. >> Part 15. >> Chapter 5. >> Article 11.

Subject to any agreement or covenant between the district and the holders of any of its obligations limiting or restricting classes of investments, the district may invest any surplus money in its treasury, including money in any sinking fund, reserve fund, or other fund created or established for the benefit of holders of any outstanding obligations of the district, in any of the following:
  (a) Its own bonds.
  (b) Treasury notes, certificates of indebtedness, bills, bonds of the United States, or any other evidence of indebtedness secured by the full faith and credit of the United States.
  (c) Obligations issued pursuant to the Federal Home Loan Bank Act or the National Housing Act.
  (d) Treasury notes or bonds of this state, or of any public corporation, municipal corporation, public district, or political subdivision within this state which are legal as security for the deposit of public funds.
  (e) In any investment in which county funds may be placed pursuant to the general laws of the state.
Such investment may be made by direct purchase of any issue of such bonds, treasury notes, or obligations, or part thereof, at the original sale or by the subsequent purchase of the bonds, treasury notes, or obligations.
Any bonds, treasury notes, or obligations purchased and held as investments by the district may, from time to time, be sold and the proceeds reinvested in bonds, treasury notes, or obligations as provided in this article.
Sales of any bonds, treasury notes, or obligations purchased and held by the district shall, from time to time, be made in season so that the proceeds may be applied to the purposes for which the money with which the bonds, treasury notes, or obligations were originally purchased was placed in the treasury of the district.