The District’s fiscal year is July 1 – June 30 and annually, it prepares a two-year operational plan and budget for approval by the District Board of Directors. Budget expenses include personnel, capital or major maintenance improvements, chemical and physical supplies, equipment, utilities, contracted services, and permits paid to regulatory agencies.
Rancho del Campo (Zone A) Budget:
Primary revenue sources include 1) the County General Fund which helps pay for water service to un-metered County government facilities, and 2) monthly service charges from metered (non-County) customers. The District’s largest annual expense is the cost of labor which is provided by staff of the County Department of Public Works, Wastewater Management Section. The next largest expense, typically 25-30% of the budget, is the cost of major maintenance projects to repair and improve the system’s aged assets.
Campo Hills (Zone B) Budget:
The majority of the revenue used to fund District expenditures comes from annual service charges collected from District customers on property tax bills. The District’s largest annual expense is the cost of contracted services, for among other things, the removal of uranium which is required by the State issued permit. The next two largest expenses, typically 25% each of the budget, are the cost of major maintenance projects and the cost of labor provided by staff of the County Department of Public Works, Wastewater Management Section.