Central San operates under a fiscal year (FY) budget cycle beginning July 1 and ending June 30. Like many public agencies, Central San has two primary budgets: one for Operations & Maintenance (O&M), and another for Capital Improvements. The 2019-20 O&M Budget is $87.6 million. The planned 2019-20 Capital Improvement expenditures are $66.2 million.
Our budgets are funded through multiple revenue sources, including an annual per household Sewer Service Charge of $598 for single family and $566 for multi-family (effective July 1, 2019), as well as the following:
- Commercial Sewer Service Charges
- City of Concord (contract to treat wastewater)
- Ad valorem taxes
- Sewer connection permit fees
- Other Sources
Central San also has separate budgets for debt service, and self-insurance.
Revenues and Budgets
Comprehensive Annual Financial Reports (CAFR)
Link to 2009 Bonds Official Statement: https://emma.msrb.org/IssuerHomePage/Issuer?id=C0BC0C511FC75C6165997FB1F98F998B&type=G
Link to 2018 Bonds Official Statement: https://emma.msrb.org/IssuerHomePage/Issuer?id=B9DCAC4299AE14EA1DF49E53330F253B&type=G
Central San provides information on salary and other compensation to the California State Controller’s Office for public review. View Central San employee compensation by scrolling to “Browse the Data,” then selecting “Special Districts.” In the table search, type “Central Contra Costa Sanitary District.”
Annual List of Employee Reimbursements
Annual disclosure of Board Member or employee reimbursements for individual charges over $100 for services or products.
Rates, Fees, & Charges
For information on how Central San charges for the services provided, visit the Rates, Fees, and Charges page.