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Oxnard annual reports

Oxnard Annual Reports for Fiscal Year 2021-22

The City of Oxnard (the “City”) benefit assessment districts (the “Districts”) provide for the continued administration, maintenance, operation, and servicing of various improvements within the City. On June 1, 2021, the City Council approved the Fiscal Year 2021/22 Consolidated Engineer’s Report and authorized the annual levy and collection of assessments. In this post, CivicMic shares the Oxnard Annual Reports for 2021/22 and a summary of assessment levies. Please click the links below to see the Oxnard annual reports for the following districts: Landscape Assessment Districts Annual Report for 2021/22 Mandalay Beach Maintenance District Annual Report for 2021/22 Waterways Assessment Districts …

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Rio Del Mar Flats Ballot Tabulation

Rio Del Mar Flats Ballot Tabulation

The County of Santa Cruz (“County”) is considering forming an Assessment District to fund the ongoing operation and maintenance for the prospective pump station in the Rio Del Mar Flats area. In this post, CivicMic shares a Rio Del Mar Flats ballot tabulation update and meeting information for residents to watch the ballots being counted. Rio Del Mar Flats Ballot Tabulation The Rio Del Mar Flats ballot tabulation will be conducted during the virtual Public Hearing on August 24th, 2021 at 9:30 AM. The ballot tabulation will begin around 10:45 AM. Below is the telephone and Zoom login information for …

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Benefit Assessment Districts

Benefit Assessment Districts in California

What are Benefit Assessment Districts? Benefit Assessment Districts are a “property tax” mechanism used by local governmental agencies in California (counties, cities, and special districts) to fund public improvements and services.  Assessment Districts are established for a specific geographical area that receives a special benefit from specific public improvements and services.  In other words, the charge only applies to properties receiving a benefit instead of being applied against all properties within a governmental jurisdiction, as is the case with regular property taxes. What is Special Benefit? Article XIII D of the California Constitution (commonly referred to as Proposition 218) defines …

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Contact Us Message*NameThis field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged. Contact CivicMic Name* First Last Email* Phone*Message*NameThis field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged. JBWD Water Availability Standby Charge Refund Request Form to request a refund for overpayments made towards the Joshua Basin Water District Water Availability Standby Charge for Fiscal Years 2016/17, 2017/18 and 2018/19. Email*Please provide an email address to expedite and facilitate your refund in case we have any questions. Enter Email Confirm Email Name* First Last Co-Owner Name(If applicable) First Last Address of the Property Eligible for a Refund*Please enter …

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