Regional San takes great pride in our financial strength and tradition of wise financial management. We know that a strong financial position conserves our ratepayers’ dollars and ensures we can continue providing high quality service for years to come.
For those investors who seek detailed financial information, we are happy to make excerpts from Regional San’s Annual Comprehensive Financial Report (ACFR) available in downloadable form. Each ACFR covers a fiscal year beginning July 1 and ending June 30 of the following year.
A Single Audit, also known as the OMB Circular A-133, is an organization-wide examination of any entity that spends $500,000 or more in Federal grants each year. The Single Audit’s objective is to provide assurance that Federal grant money is being managed properly. Below are the Single Audits that Regional San has received in the years that $500,000 or more of Federal grant money was expended.
Long-Term Financial Plans are designed to help us focus resources on issues influencing Regional San’s financial position during the next 10 years, identifying financial risks and opportunities. They also outline some strategies for meeting those challenges while maximizing opportunities for providing the most value, at the lowest possible cost, for our ratepayers.
These documents are the financial statements of the Sacramento County Sanitation Districts Financing Authority. These reports include Independent Auditors’ Reports, Basic Financial Statements, and Required Supplementary Information.
These reports are issued annually at the same time Regional San’s financial data are released. (Please note these reports only began with Fiscal Year 2012.)
Under Government Code Section 53908, annual compensation data for employees and elected positions, including salary and benefits, is reported to and available on the California State Controller’s website.
To access the Compensation Report information for the Sacramento Regional County Sanitation District employees, please click the link below:
Under Government Code Section 12463, all districts, other than school districts, are required to annually furnish reports of financial transactions to the California State Controller’s Office in the California State Controller’s Office’s prescribed time, form, and manner.