The Fairfield-Suisun Sewer District prepares several financial reports and forecasts to comply with long-term financial goals, accounting standards, and state and federal reporting requirements.
Click the links below to review the financial reports.
Budget & Long-Term Financial Plan
The budget process includes projections, with annual reviews of sewer capacity utilization, systems growth in conjunction with the District’s Master Plan and the District’s service growth projections, operating revenues and expenses, debt service requirements, and cash flows. The District uses this data to project additional capacity requirements to ensure proper debt coverage and to provide for adequate funding for the District’s ongoing activities.
FY 2022-23 Budget and Long Term Financial Plan Report (PDF)
FY 2021-22 Budget and Long Term Financial Plan Report (PDF)
FY 2019-20 & 2020-21 Budget and Long Term Financial Plan Report (PDF)
Annual Comprehensive Financial Report
The District’s Annual Comprehensive Financial Report includes financial statements that offer short and long-term financial information about its activities as well as management’s discussion and analysis of its financial performance during the year.
FY 2021-22 Annual Comprehensive Financial Report (PDF)
FY 2020-21 Annual Comprehensive Financial Report (PDF)
Financial Reserves Policy
The District has defined several reserves and appropriate targets to guide long-term financial planning and strategic decision making to ensure the District meets the highest standards of care for operations, while avoiding rate fluctuations or “spiking” to meet minimum and target reserve requirements.
Special Districts' Financial Transactions Report
Government Code (GC) Section 53891 requires that the financial transactions of each local agency be submitted to the State Controller’s Office (SCO) within seven months after the close of the fiscal year or within the time prescribed by the Controller, whichever is later. The report must contain underlying data from audited financial statements prepared in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles.
Please click here to view the data on the SCO website.
Government Compensation in California
Government Code Section 53891 requires local agencies to submit the Government Compensation in California (GCC) report to the State Controller’s Office (SCO) each year. The GCC report was created by the SCO to enhance government transparency and provide a single statewide database that is accessible by anyone at any time
Please click here to view the information on the GCC website.
Report on Reimbursement of at Least $100 (GC 53065.5)
Section 53065.5 of the California Government Code requires special districts to disclose any reimbursements paid by the District within the immediately preceding fiscal year of at least $100 for each individual charge for services or product received. The definition of “individual charge” includes, but is not limited to, one meal, lodging for one day, transportation, or a registration fee paid to an employee or member of the governing body of the District. The disclosure requirement is fulfilled by including the reimbursement information in a document published and made available for public inspection at least annually. The District’s report in compliance with 53065.5 is available at the District’s office on request.
Sewer Service and Capacity Charges
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We are in the process of updating Financial Reports on this page to comply with California Government Code Sections 7405 and 11135. Should there be a specific report of interest, please submit a Customer Request Form or contact us at 707-429-8930.