The District's budget provides the year's workplan. Funding details for annual programs and capital projects are included in the budget.
The past audited financial statements are listed below. Annually, the District hires an outside firm to audit the District's financial records.
The State of California requires all cities, counties and special districts to file a Financial Transaction Report with the State Controllers Office.
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The District shall maintain reserve funds from existing unrestricted funds as designated by the Finance Reserve Policy. This policy establishes the procedure and level of reserve funding to achieve the following specific goals:
a) Fund capital improvements; and
b) Maintain minimal operational sustainability in periods of emergency or economic uncertainty.
The District shall account for reserves as required by Governmental Accounting Standards Board Statement No. 54, which distinguishes reserves as among these classes: non-spendable, restricted, committed, assigned and unassigned. The reserves stated by this policy, unless otherwise required by law, contract, or District policy shall be deemed “assigned” reserves.