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Financial Information

MVSD operates under a fiscal year budget cycle beginning July 1 and ending June 30. The District’s financial planning covers three areas: Operations & Maintenance (O&M), Facilities Rehabilitation, and Capital Improvements.  The O&M consist of salaries and benefits, general office expenses, equipment and supplies, repair and maintenance, contractual and professional services, utilities and debt service.  Revenues include Sewer Service Charges, Ad Valorem Property Taxes, revenues from leases (Cellular Telephone Sites and Billboards), Development related fees (Plan Review, Inspection, Capacity, and Connection fees), and miscellaneous other fees and charges for services provided by the District.  The District’s Budget is balanced and consistent in our commitment to provide for the long-term continued provision of services to the District’s ratepayers.

The Fiscal Year 2021-2022 Annual Budget appropriates funds for anticipated expenditures of $11.9 million for all District funds with total revenue projections of $14.7 million with Fiscal Year-end June 30, 2022.

The FY21-22 O&M budget projects revenues of $8.6 million and expenditures of $7.1 million and reflect no increase in expenditures from the prior year.  Sewer Service Charges and other miscellaneous charges and fees fully support operations and maintenance expenditures.

The FY21-22 Facilities Rehabilitation Fund budget projects marginal revenue with planned expenditures of $347,100. Ad Valorem Tax revenues are projected to come in at $424,400 and will be transferred from Fund 3409.

The Capital Outlay Fund is intended to fund infrastructure needs for the District and to fund existing and future capacity needs within the District’s collection, treatment and disposal systems. The District’s FY21-22 Capital Outlay Fund budget projects revenues of $143,000 with proposed budget expenditures of approximately $4.2 million in capital improvements.

The District anticipates receipt of an additional $6 million loan in the form of an Installment Purchase Contract in FY21-22 which is necessary to fund the planned capital projects.  The loan proceeds will be deposited into the Projects Fund (aka Debt Service Fund).

The District’s FY21-22 Sewer Service Charge is $740.16 for Residential units per household per year; Multi-Residential units (Apartments and Mobile Homes) is $592.92 per year.  Other approved charges and fees can be found on the District Code page under Chapter 7: Fees, Rates and Charges.

The District’s Financial Reserves Policy 2013 – Policy Number 3125


As part of the ongoing commitment to government transparency, there is a statewide database of salaries and compensation as reported by California cities, counties, and special districts for all job classifications. Click HERE for information reported from MVSD.

District Manager’s Employment Agreement

First Amendment to District Manager's Employment Agreement

District Schedule of Rates and Fees

Table 7.1, Schedule of Charges and Fees 

District Sewer Service Charges Study

Adopted 2020 Sewer Service Charges Study

Affordability Study

2020 Water/Wastewater Affordability Study

Capital Improvement Program

10-Year Capital Improvement Program Final Update

Reportable Reimbursements for Fiscal Year

Government Code Section 53065.5 requires the annual disclosure of reimbursements for individual charges over $100 for services or products received by Board Members or employees. “Individual charge” includes, but is not limited to: one meal, lodging for one day, or transportation.

FY 2020-2021 Reportable ReimbursementsFY 2019-2020 Reportable ReimbursementsFY 2018-2019 Reportable ReimbursementsFY 2017-2018 Reportable ReimbursementsFY 2016-2017 Reportable ReimbursementsFY 2015-2016 Reportable ReimbursementsFY 2014-2015 Reportable ReimbursementsFY 2012-2013 Reportable Reimbursements
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