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STEVE WESTLY

California State Controller


May 27, 2004

To the Citizens, Governor, and Members


of the Legislature of the State of California:

am pleased to present the 92nd edition of the Cities Annual Report. This report is a
compilation of the financial data pertinent to the operation of Californias city
governments; it presents the costs of providing an array of valuable public services, as
well as the means by which those services are financed.
The information in this publication was extracted from reports prepared by the fiscal
officers of all 477 cities in California. Although my staff has made a considerable effort
to review the presented information for accuracy, it should be noted that the data are
compiled from unaudited city reports submitted to the State Controllers Office.
It is my hope that the readers of this publication will find the information to be useful in
their efforts to better understand cities finances. Through an increased understanding of
how tax dollars are currently managed, we are better able to make informed decisions
about the way we would like to see those dollars used. Without that knowledge, it is
sometimes difficult to assist in making positive, prudent changes in our governing
system a right that belongs to every citizen of this State. To enhance the value of such
information, my staff is taking progressive action to improve the timeliness and
availability of this annual report.
I would like to thank those city and state government staff who assisted in providing my
office with this information in a timely manner. I would also like to thank those
California taxpayers who are taking the time to review this report in order to more
effectively participate in the decision-making process.
Sincerely,

STEVE WESTLY
California State Controller

Contents
INTRODUCTION ...............................................................................................

iii

Use of the Publication......................................................................................................


iii
City Revenues ..................................................................................................................
v
City Expenditures ............................................................................................................
xx
Outstanding Long-Term Indebtedness............................................................................. xxviii
City Assessed Valuation, Taxes Allocated, and Taxes Levied........................................ xxxii
City Appropriation Limit and Total Annual Appropriations Subject to the Limit .......... xxxiii
Cities That Failed to File ................................................................................................. xxxiii
City Incorporation............................................................................................................ xxxiii

FINANCIAL SECTION
Table 1.
Table 2.
Table 3.
Table 4.
Table 5.
Table 6.
Table 7.

Alphabetical List of Cities Showing Population Data, County Location,


and Class .........................................................................................................
Alphabetical List of Cities by County Showing Population Data
and Class .........................................................................................................
Statement of Revenues....................................................................................
Statement of Expenditures ..............................................................................
Statement of Long-Term Indebtedness...........................................................
2002-03 Assessed Valuation and Property Taxes Allocated and Levied .......
Appropriation Limit and Total Annual Appropriations Subject to
the Limit..........................................................................................................

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636

SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION
Appendix A: Definitions...................................................................................................
Appendix B: Notes to Tables............................................................................................
State Controllers Office Publication List.........................................................................
Acknowledgements...........................................................................................................

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Introduction
Government Code Section 12463 directs the California State Controller to
annually compile and report to the public the financial transactions of
Californias cities. This Cities Annual Report presents financial transactions
for the period of July 1, 2001, through June 30, 2002, for 471 of 477
incorporated cities that filed their reports for this publication.
All data presented within this report were compiled from the Cities Financial
Transactions Reports. These reports were, for the most part, unaudited.
However, the information contained herein can still be useful to those
interested in the financial transactions of individual cities, as well as to those
who wish to understand trends and compare various city governments
spending of taxpayer dollars.
Cities lack a prescribed uniform system of accounting. Therefore, readers
should be cautious when making comparisons, because the components of an
item of data are not necessarily the same for all cities.
This publication does not follow Government Accounting Standards Board
(GASB) Statement No. 14 regarding the blending of component units. Some
cities have special districts for which the city council acts as the board of
directors. GASB Statement No. 14 requires that those entities be combined in
the financial report. City-governed districts are excluded from this
publication because of Government Code Section 12463.1; they are instead
reported in the Special Districts Annual Report, also published by the
California State Controllers Office.

Use of the
Publication

This publication provides statistical data on revenues, expenditures, longterm indebtedness, appropriation limits, and total annual appropriations
subject to the limit.
Table 1 presents an alphabetical listing of cities. Also listed are the cities
estimated populations as of June 30, 2002, the 2000 federal census figures,
the county location, and the type of government Chartered or General
Law under which each city operates.
Table 2 presents an alphabetical listing of cities by county location, showing
the same information as in Table 1.
Table 3 presents city revenues, categorized as functional or general revenues.
Functional revenues are revenues that are either generated from direct

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services or associated with a specific service such as grant conditions or


statutory requirements; general revenues are revenues that cannot be
associated with a specific service.
It should be noted that revenues from general government and city-owned
enterprises are consolidated within these tables. Total revenues do not
include special assessment funds (i.e., those authorized by the Improvement
Acts of 1911 and 1915, etc.), internal service funds, pension trusts, or agency
transactions. Also, note that the % of the State Total column in the State
Totals section may not add to 100.00 due to rounding.
Table 4 presents expenditures from general government and city-owned
enterprise activities. Expenditures presented in these tables are composed of
operating expenditures and capital outlay. Operating expenditures include
debt service and exclude depreciation expense of enterprise funds. Also, note
that the % column in the State Totals section may not add to 100.00 due to
rounding.
Table 5 presents government financing from outstanding long-term
indebtedness as of June 30, 2002. Additional information on bonded
indebtedness, future lease payments, financing obligations provided by
federal and state agencies, and special assessment acts are shown for each
city. Debt retired during the reporting period is also included in these tables.
Table 6 presents the assessed valuation and property taxes allocated and
levied for the 2002-03 fiscal year, as of September 1, 2002.
Table 7 presents appropriation limits and total annual appropriations subject
to the limit as of June 30, 2002. This information is unaudited and is
presented as submitted to the California State Controllers Office.
The City and County of San Francisco has a unique status as both a city and
a county entity. Although it is included in the State Totals at the end of each
of the tables, it is not included in the introduction section of this publication,
in order to be consistent with prior year publications. Additional financial
data regarding the City and County of San Francisco can be found in the
Counties Annual Report, also published by the California State
Controllers Office.

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Introduction

City Revenues

Figure 1 details city revenues, presented as functional and general.


Functional revenues are defined as those revenues that can be associated with
and allocated to one or more expenditure functions and that meet one of the
following criteria: 1) The revenue is generated in the form of fees and
charges for direct services; or 2) The revenue is associated with a specific
service tied to external requirements of such things as grants, bond or sale
agreements, and statutory or charter requirements. General revenues are
defined as revenues that cannot be associated with a specific expenditure.
Examples are property taxes (other than voter-approved indebtedness), sales
taxes, and business license taxes.
For the fiscal year ended June 30, 2002, total revenues generated from
general government and city-owned enterprises amounted to $39.6 billion, a
decrease of $559.6 million (1.39%) from the prior year. Of the aggregate city
revenues, functional revenues amounted to $25.9 billion (65.45%), a
decrease of 2.18% from the prior year, and general revenues amounted to
$13.7 billion (34.55%), an increase of 0.14% from the prior year.
Electric activities, at $4.1 billion (15.76%) of total functional revenues,
generated the largest single source of functional revenues and 10.32% of the
aggregate city revenues. Electric activity revenues decreased by $1.7 billion
(29.70%) from the prior year.
Sales and use taxes, at $3.8 billion (27.98%) of total general revenues,
provided the largest source of general revenues and 9.67% of the aggregate
city revenues. The decrease in sales and use tax revenues amounted to
$123.7 million (3.13%) from the prior year.
Figure 2 depicts total revenues by source. The taxes and current service
charges categories are further depicted in Figures 3 and 4.

Cities Annual Report

Figure 1
Revenues by Source and Percent of Total
(Excluding the City and County of San Francisco)
(Amounts in thousands)

Functional
Revenues

Sources
Taxes
Property ......................................................
Voter-Approved Indebtedness....................
Sales and Use ............................................
Transportation ............................................
Business License .......................................
Utility Users ................................................
Other ..........................................................
Total Taxes .............................................

235,669

472,817

576,147
1,284,633

Percent
of Total
Functional
Revenues
%
0.91

1.82

2.22
4.95

General
Revenues

2,713,861

3,828,356

796,986
1,386,468
1,955,529
10,681,200

Percent
of Total
General
Revenues

19.84 %

27.98

5.83
10.13
14.29
78.07

Total
Revenues 1,2

2,713,861
235,669
3,828,356
472,817
796,986
1,386,468
2,531,676
11,965,833

Percent
of Total
Revenues

6.85 %
0.60
9.67
1.19
2.01
3.50
6.39
30.21

Special Benefit Assessments ........................


Licenses and Permits ....................................
Fines and Forfeitures.....................................
Revenues From Use of
Money and Property ...................................

453,432
509,266
312,352

1.75
1.96
1.21

32,682
106,658

0.24
0.78

453,432
541,948
419,010

1.15
1.37
1.06

1,120,153

4.32

741,997

5.42

1,862,150

4.70

Intergovernmental Agencies
State ...........................................................
Federal .......................................................
County and Other .......................................
Total Intergovernmental Agencies ..........

1,517,565
1,948,451
239,461
3,705,477

5.86
7.52
0.92
14.30

1,673,591

58,184
1,731,775

12.23

0.43
12.66

3,191,156
1,948,451
297,645
5,437,252

8.06
4.92
0.75
13.73

Current Service Charges


Sewer Service Charges
and Connection Fees ..............................
Solid Waste ................................................
Park and Recreation Fees..........................
Water Service Charges
and Connection Fees ..............................
Electric........................................................
Airport .........................................................
Ports and Harbors ......................................
Quasi-External Transactions ......................
Other...........................................................
Total Current Service Charges................

2,096,138
1,057,375
361,830

8.09
4.08
1.40

2,096,138
1,057,375
361,830

5.29
2.67
0.91

2,602,723
4,084,719
746,189
635,793
682,203
2,482,414
14,749,384

10.04
15.76
2.88
2.45
2.63
9.58
56.91

2,602,723
4,084,719
746,189
635,793
682,203
2,482,414
14,749,384

6.57
10.32
1.88
1.61
1.72
6.28
37.25

Other Revenues.............................................

1,704,396

6.58

386,916

2.83

2,091,312

5.28

Other Financing Sources


Sale of Bonds .............................................
Notes and Other .........................................
Total Other Financing Sources ...............
Grand Total ............................................

1,454,691
624,742
2,079,433
$ 25,918,526

100.00 %

1,454,691
624,742
2,079,433
39,599,754

3.67
1.58
5.25
100.00 %

5.61
2.41
8.02
100.00 %

$ 13,681,228

Revenues do not include operating transfers, pension trust and agency funds, and internal service fund transactions.

Revenues from general government and city-owned enterprise activities are included.

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Figure 2
Total Revenues by Source
(Excluding the City and County of San Francisco)

Intergovernmental
Agencies
13.73%
Special Benefit
Assessments,
Licenses and
Permits, and Fines
and Forfeitures
3.58%

Taxes
30.21%

Other Revenues and


Other Financing
Sources
10.53%

Current Service
Charges
37.25%

Revenues From Use


of Money and
Property
4.70%

Figure 3

Figure 4

Total Taxes by Source

Total Current Service Charges by Source

(Excluding the City and County of San Francisco)

(Excluding the City and County of San Francisco)

VoterApproved
Indebtedness
1.97%
Property
22.68%

Sales and Use


31.99%

Water Service
Charges and
Connection
Fees
17.65%

Solid Waste
7.17%

Sewer
Service
Charges and
Connection
Fees
14.21%

Ports and
Harbors
4.31%

QuasiExternal
Transactions
4.63%

Airport
5.06%

Business
License
6.66%
Transportation
3.95%

Park and
Recreation
Fees
2.45%

Other
21.16%
Utility Users
11.59%

Electric
27.69%

Other
16.83%

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Property Taxes and


Voter-Approved
Indebtedness

Property taxes, which include secured, unsecured, supplemental roll, and any
ad valorem taxes levied above the 1% rate, accounted for $2.9 billion
(7.45%) of the aggregate city revenues. This represents an 8.20% increase
from the prior year. Generally, secured and unsecured property taxes are not
restrictive in their use, except for levies in excess of 1%. These levies are
restricted for payment of voter-approved debt approved prior to July 1, 1978,
or after July 1, 1986. See Figure 5 for a 10-year comparison.

Figure 5
Property Taxes and Voter-Approved Indebtedness
(Excluding the City and County of San Francisco)
(Amounts in thousands)

Property
Taxes

Year
1992-93 ................................... $
1993-94 ...................................
1994-95 ...................................
1995-96 ...................................
1996-97 ...................................
1997-98 ...................................
1998-99 ...................................
1999-00 ...................................
2000-01 ...................................
2001-02 ...................................
1

2,034,999
1,827,873
1,836,510
1,884,736
1,885,957
2,007,849
2,114,581
2,284,171
2,503,706
2,713,861

Percentage
Increase
(Decrease)
VoterFrom
Approved
Prior Year
Indebtedness
(4.99) % $
(10.18)
0.47
2.63
0.06
6.46
5.32
8.02
9.61
8.39

144,428
164,732
176,004
197,746
199,078
207,738
210,083
231,230
222,307
235,669

Percentage
Increase
(Decrease)
From
Prior Year
(0.16) % $
14.06
6.84
12.35
0.67
4.35
1.13
10.07
(3.86)
6.01

Total
2,179,427
1,992,605
2,012,514
2,082,482
2,085,035
2,215,587
2,324,664
2,515,401
2,726,013
2,949,530

Percentage
Increase
(Decrease)
From
Prior Year
1

(4.68) %
1
(8.57)
1.00
3.48
0.12
6.26
4.92
8.20
8.37
8.20

Percent
of Total
Revenues
8.78 %
7.84
7.64
7.38
6.79
7.17
7.08
7.25
6.78
7.45

Legislation enacted in 1992 began shifting property tax revenues from local governments to school districts, reducing these
revenues to cities.

Sales and Use Taxes


and Transportation
Tax

The statewide sales and use tax rate is 7.25%. Revenues from this tax are
allocated as follows: 5.00% goes to the State; 1.00% is shared by cities and
counties; 0.50% goes to cities and counties for the Public Safety Fund, to be
used for police, fire, and other public safety operations; 0.50% is allocated to
the states Local Revenue Fund, which is currently being used for various
health and social service programs; and 0.25% may be allocated to cities and
counties in the form of transportation tax monies from the State.
An additional amount of sales tax, up to 1.50% above the statewide 7.25%
rate, can be levied on a countywide basis, primarily for transportationrelated purposes. Twenty-five of the 58 counties levy an additional tax.
As shown in Figure 1, the cities share of the sales and use taxes on retail
sales and other taxable transactions within the incorporated area amounted to
$3.8 billion (9.67%) of the aggregate city revenues, a decrease of
$123.7 million (3.13%) from the prior year. The portion representing the
transportation tax amounted to $472.8 million (1.19%) of the aggregate city
revenues, an increase of $36.7 million (8.41%) from the prior year.

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The $4.3 billion reported by cities from sales and use taxes and the
transportation tax constituted 10.86% of the aggregate city revenues, a 1.98%
decrease from the prior year.
See Figure 6 for a 10-year comparison.
Figure 6
Sales and Use Taxes and Transportation Tax
(Excluding the City and County of San Francisco)
(Amounts in thousands)

Year

Sales and
Use Taxes

1992-93 ................................. $
1993-94 .................................
1994-95 .................................
1995-96 .................................
1996-97 .................................
1997-98 .................................
1998-99 .................................
1999-00 .................................
2000-01 .................................
2001-02 .................................

Business License and


Utility Users Taxes

2,378,322
2,419,035
2,516,034
2,697,273
2,812,983
3,024,533
3,185,324
3,553,994
3,952,059
3,828,356

Percentage
Increase
(Decrease)
From
Prior Year
2.62 %
1.71
4.01
7.20
4.29
7.52
5.32
11.57
11.20
(3.13)

Transportation
Tax
$

409,203
377,441
456,520
428,038
451,185
444,264
434,382
468,889
436,118
472,817

Percentage
Increase
(Decrease)
From
Prior Year
23.79 % $
(7.76)
20.95
(6.24)
5.41
(1.53)
(2.22)
7.94
(6.99)
8.41

Total
2,787,525
2,796,476
2,972,554
3,125,311
3,264,168
3,468,797
3,619,706
4,022,883
4,388,177
4,301,173

Percentage
Increase
(Decrease)
From
Prior Year

Percent
of Total
Revenues

5.26 %
0.32
6.30
5.14
4.44
6.27
4.35
11.14
9.08
(1.98)

11.23 %
11.01
11.28
11.07
10.62
11.23
11.03
11.58
10.93
10.86

California cities received $797.0 million from business license taxes, a


4.33% increase from the prior year. These revenues are generated from
business license ordinances based on flat-rate charges, as well as from those
based on the number of employees, receipts, sales, or quantity of product
produced.
Another revenue source is the utility users tax, which is a tax levied on public
utilities. This revenue amounted to $1.4 billion, a 5.32% decrease from the
prior year. Generally, these revenues are unrestrictive as to their use.
See Figure 7 for a 10-year comparison.

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Figure 7
Business License and Utility Users Taxes
(Excluding the City and County of San Francisco)
(Amounts in thousands)

Year

Business
License
Tax

Percentage
Increase
From
Prior Year

599,410
600,789
613,162
637,370
655,195
676,655
707,247
709,765
763,885
796,986

7.14 %
1
0.23
2.06
3.95
2.80
3.28
4.52
0.36
7.63
4.33

1992-93 .............................................. $
1993-94 ..............................................
1994-95 ..............................................
1995-96 ..............................................
1996-97 ..............................................
1997-98 ..............................................
1998-99 ..............................................
1999-00 ..............................................
2000-01 ..............................................
2001-02 ..............................................

Percentage
Increase
(Decrease)
From
Prior Year

Utility
Users
Tax
$

996,227
1,088,516
1,127,015
1,151,353
1,196,550
1,234,236
1,253,864
1,276,545
1,464,405
1,386,468

6.69 %
9.26
3.54
2.16
3.93
3.15
1.59
1.81
2
14.72
(5.32)

Total
$

Percentage
Increase
(Decrease)
From
Prior Year

1,595,637
1,689,305
1,740,177
1,788,723
1,851,745
1,910,891
1,961,111
1,986,310
2,228,290
2,183,454

6.86 %
5.87
3.01
2.79
3.52
3.19
2.63
1.28
12.18
(2.01)

The City of Los Angeles Business License Tax decreased by $6.0 million in the 1993-94 fiscal year, due to the damage to, and
destruction of, many commercial and retail businesses caused by the Northridge earthquake.

The City of Los Angeles Utility Users Tax increased by $70.0 million in the 2000-01 fiscal year due to higher electricity charges.

Other Taxes

As shown in Figure 1, revenues from prior year property taxes, other


property taxes, interest, penalties and delinquent taxes, transient lodging,
property transfers, franchises, and other non-property taxes amounted to
$2.5 billion (6.39%) of the aggregate city revenues, a decrease of
$54.1 million (2.09%) from the prior year. Transient lodging taxes generated
the largest single source of revenue from other taxes, totaling $776.6 million,
a decrease of $99.0 million (11.31%) from the prior year. See Figure 8 for a
10-year comparison.

Figure 8
Other Taxes
(Excluding the City and County of San Francisco)
(Amounts in thousands)

Transient
Lodging
Taxes

Year
1992-93 ....... $
1993-94 .......
1994-95 .......
1995-96 .......
1996-97 .......
1997-98 .......
1998-99 .......
1999-00 .......
2000-01 .......
2001-02 .......
1

417,837
445,967
475,008
527,013
588,857
659,508
698,245
772,497
875,638
776,633

Percentage
Increase
(Decrease)
From
Prior Year
1.98 % $
6.73
6.51
10.95
11.73
12.00
5.87
10.63
13.35
(11.31)

Franchises
381,062
376,749
395,507
395,498
428,676
470,929
488,121
537,747
613,003
676,813

Percentage
Increase
(Decrease)
From
Prior Year
1

15.52 %
(1.13)
4.98
0.00
8.39
9.86
3.65
10.17
13.99
10.41

Other
$

520,749
614,645
586,639
609,077
707,417
812,563
896,736
992,812
1,097,115
1,078,230

Percentage
Increase
(Decrease)
From
Prior Year

Total

(5.97) % $ 1,319,648
18.03
1,437,361
(4.56)
1,457,154
3.82
1,531,588
16.15
1,724,950
14.86
1,943,000
10.36
2,083,102
10.71
2,303,056
10.51
2,585,756
(1.72)
2,531,676

The increase in tax revenues on Franchises was due to the settlement of a lawsuit in favor of the City of Los Angeles.

Percentage
Increase
(Decrease)
From
Prior Year
2.03 %
8.92
1.38
5.11
12.62
12.64
7.21
10.56
12.27
(2.09)

Introduction

Special Benefit
Assessments,
Licenses and Permits,
and Fines
and Forfeitures

As shown in Figure 1, special benefit assessments for operations (e.g., fire,


paramedics, police, street lighting, and other) totaled $453.4 million (1.15%)
of the aggregate city revenues, an increase of $4.4 million (0.97%) from the
prior year.
Fees from licenses (exclusive of business license taxes) and permits (e.g.,
animal, bicycle, construction, streets, curbs, and other) amounted to
$541.9 million (1.37%) of the aggregate city revenues, a decrease of
$10.8 million (1.96%) from the prior year.
Fines and forfeitures (e.g., vehicle code fines and other fines and forfeitures)
amounted to $419.0 million (1.06%) of the aggregate city revenues, a
decrease of $13.5 million (3.12%) from the prior year.
See Figure 9 for a 10-year comparison.

Figure 9
Special Benefit Assessments, Licenses and Permits, and Fines and Forfeitures
(Excluding the City and County of San Francisco)
(Amounts in thousands)

Year

Percentage
Increase
Special
(Decrease) Licenses
Benefit
From
and
Assessments Prior Year Permits

1992-93 ....................... $
1993-94 .......................
1994-95 .......................
1995-96 .......................
1996-97 .......................
1997-98 .......................
1998-99 .......................
1999-00 .......................
2000-01 .......................
2001-02 .......................

304,065
338,153
336,694
401,378
443,395
419,490
404,973
392,845
449,056
453,432

8.88 % $ 282,153
11.21
287,152
(0.43)
296,935
2
19.21
334,632
10.47
359,384
3
414,763
(5.39)
4
(3.46)
454,082
6
501,807
(2.99)
14.31
552,787
0.97
541,948

Percentage
Percentage
Increase
Increase
(Decrease)
(Decrease)
From
Fines and
From
Prior Year Forfeitures Prior Year
(5.58)% $
1.77
3.41
12.70
7.40
15.41
9.48
10.51
10.16
(1.96)

238,757
253,669
269,610
269,101
278,239
288,859
389,316
417,335
432,500
419,010

(6.83)%
1
6.25
6.28
(0.19)
3.40
3.82
5
34.78
7.20
3.63
(3.12)

Total
$

824,975
878,974
903,239
1,005,111
1,081,018
1,123,112
1,248,371
1,311,987
1,434,343
1,414,390

Percentage
Increase
(Decrease)
From
Prior Year
(1.12)%
6.55
2.76
11.28
7.55
3.89
11.15
5.10
9.33
(1.39)

The increase in Fines and Forfeitures is a result of AB 408, Chapter 1244, Statutes of 1992, which shifted the allocation of parking
fines from the State to the cities.

The increase in Special Benefit Assessments was due primarily to $12.4 million in additional lighting and landscaping assessments
and $16.7 million for new police special benefit assessments by the cities of Antioch and Los Angeles, respectively.

The decrease in Special Benefit Assessments was mainly due to reductions of $8.0 million and $5.8 million in lighting assessments
by the cities of San Diego and Antioch, respectively.

The decrease in Special Benefit Assessments was due to a reduction of $15.6 million in fire special benefit assessments by the City
of Los Angeles.

The increase in Fines and Forfeitures is a result of AB 233, Chapter 850, Statutes of 1997, which shifted the allocation of vehicle
code fines from the State to the cities.

The decrease in Special Benefit Assessments was mainly due to a reduction of $8.6 million in other special benefit assessments by
the City of Oxnard.

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Revenues From Use of


Money and Property

As shown in Figures 1 and 2, revenues from investment earnings, rents,


concessions, royalties, and other amounted to $1.9 billion (4.70%) of the
aggregate city revenues. Of the $1.9 billion, investment earnings provided
the largest single source of revenue, at $1.6 billion. This was a decrease of
$441.5 million (21.87%) from the prior year. See Figure 10 for a 10-year
comparison.

Figure 10
Revenues From Use of Money and Property
(Excluding the City and County of San Francisco)
(Amounts in thousands)

Investment
Earnings

Year

1992-93 ............................................... $
1993-94 ...............................................
1994-95 ...............................................
1995-96 ...............................................
1996-97 ...............................................
1997-98 ...............................................
1998-99 ...............................................
1999-00 ...............................................
2000-01 ...............................................
2001-02 ...............................................

903,810
838,052
932,805
1,096,825
1,103,901
1,271,992
1,227,090
1,384,651
2,018,885
1,577,411

Percentage
Increase
(Decrease)
From
Prior Year
1

(14.96) %
1
(7.28)
11.31
3
17.58
0.65
15.23
(3.53)
12.84
4
45.80
5
(21.87)

Rents and
Concessions,
Royalties,
and Other
$

191,061
168,867
171,650
202,448
226,583
229,934
262,988
268,914
278,270
284,739

Percentage
Increase
(Decrease)
From
Prior Year
(12.34) %
2
(11.62)
1.65
17.94
11.92
1.48
14.38
2.25
3.48
2.32

Total
$

1,094,871
1,006,919
1,104,455
1,299,273
1,330,484
1,501,926
1,490,078
1,653,565
2,297,155
1,862,150

Percentage
Increase
(Decrease)
From
Prior Year
(14.52) %
(8.03)
9.69
17.64
2.40
12.89
(0.79)
10.97
38.92
(18.94)

The decrease in Investment Earnings was a result of a general decline in the investment earnings rate.

The decrease in Rents and Concessions revenues was due to modified internal accounting procedures by the City of Oakland.

The increase in Investment Earnings was mainly due to a reclassification of $43.0 million in interest from the Industry UrbanDevelopment Agency to the City of Industry.

The increase in Investment Earnings was a result of a general increase in the investment earnings rate.

The decrease in Investment Earnings was a result of a general decrease in the investment earnings rate.

Intergovernmental
Agencies

Revenues from intergovernmental agencies (e.g., state, county, federal, and


other taxes in lieu) amounted to $5.4 billion (13.73%) of the aggregate city
revenues. This was an increase of $376.0 million (7.43%) from the prior
year.

State

State grants amounted to $3.2 billion (8.06%) of the aggregate city revenues,
an increase of $89.2 million (2.88%) from the prior year. Some state grants
are not restricted for a particular use, such as the motor vehicle in-lieu tax.
Gasoline tax is restricted in its use to construction, maintenance, engineering,
and administrative costs of streets, roads, and highways. Other state grants,
such as public safety taxes, library grants, and park grants, are also restricted
in their use.

County

County grants of state gasoline tax and other county grants provided
$202.0 million (0.51%) of the aggregate city revenues. This was a decrease
of $15.5 million (7.13%) from the prior year.

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Federal

Federal grants, such as community development block grants, Federal Aid


Urban, and Federal Emergency Management Act grants, amounted to
$1.9 billion (4.92%) of the aggregate city revenues. This was an increase of
$302.6 million (18.39%) from the prior year.

Other Taxes In Lieu

Revenues from other public agencies and enterprise operations in lieu of


property taxes amounted to $95.6 million (0.24%) of the aggregate city
revenues, a decrease of $267,000 (0.28%) from the prior year.
Figure 11 presents further detail on revenues from intergovernmental
agencies. See Figures 12 and 13 for a 10-year comparison.

Figure 11
Revenues From Intergovernmental Agencies
(Excluding the City and County of San Francisco)
(Amounts in thousands)

Intergovernmental Agencies

2000-01

Percent
of Total
Revenues

2001-02

Percent
of Total
Revenues

Percentage
Increase
(Decrease)
From
Prior Year

State Grants
Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax............................................... $
Homeowners Property Tax Relief...................................
Gasoline Tax...................................................................
Other State Grants..........................................................
Total State Grants ..............................................................

1,458,785
45,800
556,972
1,040,365
3,101,922

3.63 % $
0.11
1.39
2.59
7.72

1,560,647
46,567
535,985
1,047,957
3,191,156

3.94 %
0.12
1.35
2.65
8.06

6.98 %
1.67
(3.77)
0.73
2.88

County Grants ....................................................................


Federal Grants ...................................................................
Other Taxes In Lieu ...........................................................
Total Intergovernmental .................................................. $

217,558
1,645,854
95,873
5,061,207

0.54
4.10
0.24
12.60 % $

202,039
1,948,451
95,606
5,437,252

0.51
4.92
0.24
13.73 %

(7.13)
18.39
(0.28)
7.43 %

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Figure 12
Revenues From Intergovernmental Agencies
(Excluding the City and County of San Francisco)
(Amounts in thousands)

Federal
Grants

Year
1992-93 ....... $
1993-94 .......
1994-95 .......
1995-96 .......
1996-97 .......
1997-98 .......
1998-99 .......
1999-00 .......
2000-01 .......
2001-02 .......

713,983
1,011,039
1,400,319
1,504,816
1,527,247
1,442,607
1,546,179
1,547,917
1,645,854
1,948,451

Percentage
Increase
(Decrease)
From
Prior Year

Percentage
Increase
(Decrease)
From
Prior Year

State
Grants

7.19 % $
1
41.61
2
38.50
7.46
1.49
3
(5.54)
7.18
0.11
6.33
4
18.39

1,635,719
1,830,486
1,791,379
1,836,982
2,099,032
2,130,312
2,385,160
2,660,330
3,101,922
3,191,156

County
and Other
Taxes In
Lieu

Percentage
Increase
(Decrease)
From
Prior Year

4.61 % $ 202,241
11.91
295,675
(2.14)
283,862
2.55
342,625
14.27
303,290
1.49
308,317
11.96
287,850
11.54
305,134
16.60
313,431
2.88
297,645

Percentage
Increase
(Decrease)
From
Prior Year

Total

41.52 % $
46.20
(4.00)
20.70
(11.48)
1.66
(6.64)
6.00
2.72
(5.04)

2,551,943
3,137,200
3,475,560
3,684,423
3,929,569
3,881,236
4,219,189
4,513.381
5,061,207
5,437,252

7.56 %
22.93
10.79
6.01
6.65
(1.23)
8.71
6.97
12.14
7.43

The increase in Federal Grants was mainly due to receipt of an additional $129.0 million in Federal Disaster Assistance for
Northridge earthquake relief in the City of Los Angeles.

The increase in Federal Grants was mainly due to receipt of an additional $145.0 million in Federal Disaster Assistance for flood
relief in the City of Los Angeles.

The decrease in Federal Grants was mainly due to a reduction of $80.0 million in various federal grants for the City of Los Angeles.

The increase in Federal Grants was mainly due to the reporting of an additional $45.2 million, $51.9 million, and $90.7 million in
various federal grants by the cities of Anaheim, Long Beach, and Los Angeles, respectively.

Figure 13
Revenues From Intergovernmental Agencies
(Excluding the City and County of San Francisco)
(Amounts in billions)

Federal

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State

Other

-0
2
20
01

-0
1
20
00

-0
0
19
99

19
98

-9
9

-9
8
19
97

-9
7
19
96

-9
6
19
95

-9
5
19
94

-9
4
19
93

19
92

-9
3

$ 3.2
3.0
2.8
2.6
2.4
2.2
2.0
1.8
1.6
1.4
1.2
1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2
0.0

Introduction

Current Service
Charges

Current service charges for services provided to the public and other
governmental entities amounted to $14.7 billion (37.25%) of the aggregate
city revenues. This was a decrease of $1.3 billion (8.17%) from the
prior year.
Service charges represent fees or charges for services performed by a
departmental unit such as police, fire, engineering, plan checking, or public
works. Also included are charges for those services provided to public users
for utilities (water, electric, gas, and other), transportation (airports, transit,
ports, and harbors), recreation (stadiums, golf courses, and libraries), and
health (sewers and solid waste).
Gross receipts from the sale of electricity provided the largest source of
revenue, generating $4.1 billion (27.69%) of total service charges, and
10.32% of the aggregate city revenues.
Figure 14 presents further detail on current service charges.

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Figure 14
Current Service Charges
(Excluding the City and County of San Francisco)
(Amounts in thousands)

Source
Zoning Fees and
Subdivision Fees .....................
Special Police
Department Services ...............

2000-01
$

86,940

Percent
of Total
Current
Service
Charges

Percent
of Total
Revenues

0.54 %

0.22 % $

2001-02
78,420

Percent
of Total
Current
Service
Charges

Percent
of Total
Revenues

0.53 %

0.20 %

Percentage
Increase
(Decrease)
From
Prior Year
(9.80) %

113,355

0.71

0.28

120,879

0.82

0.31

6.64

Special Fire Department


Services ...................................

105,087

0.65

0.26

116,632

0.79

0.29

10.99

Plan Checking Fees ....................

190,712

1.19

0.48

182,370

1.24

0.46

(4.37)

Animal Shelter Fees


and Charges ............................

6,180

0.04

0.02

6,242

0.04

0.02

1.00

Engineering Fees ........................

206,690

1.29

0.51

196,611

1.33

0.50

(4.88)

Street, Sidewalk, and


Curb Repairs............................

58,573

0.36

0.15

70,233

0.48

0.18

19.91

Weed and Lot Cleaning...............

4,636

0.03

0.01

4,442

0.03

0.01

(4.18)

Sewer Service Charges


and Connection Fees...............

1,937,076

12.06

4.82

2,096,138

14.21

5.29

8.21

Solid Waste .................................

1,022,054

6.36

2.55

1,057,375

7.17

2.67

3.46

First Aid and Ambulance


Charges ...................................

92,013

0.57

0.23

116,320

0.79

0.29

26.42

Library Fines and Fees ...............

17,739

0.11

0.04

19,578

0.13

0.05

10.37

Parking Facilities .........................

166,165

1.03

0.41

183,213

1.24

0.46

10.26

Park and Recreation


Fees .........................................

318,893

1.99

0.79

361,830

2.45

0.91

13.46

Golf Course Fees ........................

140,639

0.88

0.35

143,256

0.97

0.36

1.86

Water Service Charges


and Connection Fees...............

2,521,198

15.70

6.28

2,602,723

17.65

6.57

3.23

Electric ........................................

5,810,813

36.18

14.47

4,084,719

27.69

10.32

(29.70)

Gas..............................................

150,918

0.94

0.38

106,665

0.72

0.27

(29.32)

Airport..........................................

758,861

4.72

1.89

746,189

5.06

1.88

(1.67)

Cemetery.....................................

2,717

0.02

0.01

2,722

0.02

0.01

0.18

Housing .......................................

174,125

1.08

0.43

183,522

1.24

0.46

5.40

Ports and Harbors .......................

616,066

3.84

1.53

635,793

4.31

1.61

3.20

Hospital .......................................

51,496

0.32

0.13

53,927

0.37

0.14

4.72

Transit .........................................

113,876

0.71

0.28

150,489

1.02

0.38

32.15

Quasi-External
Transactions ............................

630,778

3.93

1.57

682,203

4.63

1.72

8.15

764,346

4.75

1.91

746,893

5.07

1.89

(2.28)

Other ...........................................
Total Current Service
Charges ...............................
1

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$ 16,061,946

100.00 %

40.00 % $ 14,749,384

100.00 %

37.25 %

(8.17) %

The increase in Transit was mainly due to the reporting of an additional $35.4 million in transit revenues by the City of Los Angeles.

Introduction

Other Revenues and


Other Financing
Sources

As shown in Figures 1 and 2, other revenues and other financing sources


amounted to $4.2 billion (10.53%) of the aggregate city revenues, an increase
of $794.3 million (23.53%) from the prior year. Other revenues amounted to
$2.1 billion (5.28%) of the aggregate city revenues. Other financing sources
amounted to $2.1 billion (5.25%) of the aggregate city revenues. Sale of
Bonds provided the largest single source of other financing sources,
amounting to $1.5 billion (3.67%) of the aggregate city revenues.

Revenues by Source

Figure 15 provides a two-year comparison of revenues by source as well as


the percentage increase (decrease) from the prior year.

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Figure 15
Two-Year Comparison of Revenues by Source
(Excluding the City and County of San Francisco)
(Amounts in thousands)

Source
Taxes
Property............................................................................................ $
Voter-Approved Indebtedness .........................................................
Sales and Use..................................................................................
Transportation ..................................................................................
Business License .............................................................................
Utility User........................................................................................
Other ................................................................................................
Total Taxes ...................................................................................

2000-01
Functional
Revenues

222,307

436,118

595,334
1,253,759

2001-02
Functional
Revenues

235,669

472,817

576,147
1,284,633

Percentage
Increase
(Decrease)
From
Prior Year
%
6.01

8.41

(3.22)
2.46

Special Benefit Assessments.............................................................


Licenses and Permits.........................................................................
Fines and Forfeitures .........................................................................
Revenues From Use of Money and Property.....................................
Intergovernmental Agencies ..............................................................
Current Service Charges
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees ................................
Solid Waste ......................................................................................
Park and Recreation Fees ...............................................................
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees.................................
Electric .............................................................................................
Airport...............................................................................................
Ports and Harbors ............................................................................
Quasi-External Transactions............................................................
Other Current Service Charges........................................................
Total Current Service Charges......................................................

449,056
512,700
313,744
1,421,910
3,397,096

453,432
509,266
312,352
1,120,153
3,705,477

0.97
(0.67)
(0.44)
(21.22)
9.08

1,937,076
1,022,054
318,893
2,521,198
5,810,813
758,861
616,066
630,778
2,446,207
16,061,946

2,096,138
1,057,375
361,830
2,602,723
4,084,719
746,189
635,793
682,203
2,482,414
14,749,384

8.21
3.46
13.46
3.23
(29.70)
(1.67)
3.20
8.15
1.48
(8.17)

Other Revenues .................................................................................


Other Financing Sources ...................................................................
Grand Total ..................................................................................... $

1,717,251
1,369,660
26,497,122

1,704,396
2,079,433
25,918,526

Revenues do not include operating transfers, pension trust and agency funds, and internal service fund transactions.

Revenues from general government and city-owned enterprise activities are included.

(For detail of city revenues, see Table 3.)

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(0.75)
51.82
(2.18) %

Introduction

2000-01
Functional
Revenues

2,503,706

3,952,059

763,885
1,464,405
1,990,422
10,674,477

Percentage
Increase
(Decrease)
From
Prior Year

2001-02
General
Revenues

2,713,861

3,828,356

796,986
1,386,468
1,955,529
10,681,200

40,087
118,756
875,245
1,664,111

32,682
106,658
741,997
1,731,775

289,508

13,662,184

386,916

13,681,228

8.39 %

(3.13)

4.33
(5.32)
(1.75)
0.06

2001-02
Total
Revenues 1,2

2000-01
Total
Revenues 1,2

(18.47)
(10.19)
(15.22)
4.07

2,503,706
222,307
3,952,059
436,118
763,885
1,464,405
2,585,756
11,928,236

2,713,861
235,669
3,828,356
472,817
796,986
1,386,468
2,531,676
11,965,833

Percentage
Increase
(Decrease)
From
Prior Year

8.39 %
6.01
(3.13)
8.41
4.33
(5.32)
(2.09)
0.32

449,056
552,787
432,500
2,297,155
5,061,207

453,432
541,948
419,010
1,862,150
5,437,252

0.97
(1.96)
(3.12)
(18.94)
7.43

1,937,076
1,022,054
318,893
2,521,198
5,810,813
758,861
616,066
630,778
2,446,207
16,061,946

2,096,138
1,057,375
361,830
2,602,723
4,084,719
746,189
635,793
682,203
2,482,414
14,749,384

8.21
3.46
13.46
3.23
(29.70)
(1.67)
3.20
8.15
1.48
(8.17)

33.65

0.14 %

2,006,759
1,369,660
40,159,306

2,091,312
2,079,433
39,599,754

4.21
51.82
(1.39) %

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City
Expenditures

For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2002, expenditures for general city
operations and city-owned enterprises amounted to $38.7 billion, a decrease
of $244.2 million (0.63%) from the prior year. Of the total expenditures,
$31.7 billion (81.94%) was for operating expenditures and $7.0 billion
(18.06%) was for capital outlay expenditures. Expenditures net of functional
revenues amounted to $12.8 billion, an increase of $334.4 million (2.68%)
from the prior year. This indicates that cities, in general, had total
expenditures that exceeded all available functional revenues. Further detail
is provided in Figure 16 and depicted in Figures 17, 18, and 19.

Figure 16
Expenditures by Function and Percent of Total
(Excluding the City and County of San Francisco)
(Amounts in thousands)

Function

Total
Expenditures

General Government
Legislative................................................................................ $
Management and Support .......................................................
Total General Government...................................................
Public Safety
Police.......................................................................................
Fire ..........................................................................................
Emergency Medical Services ..................................................
Street Lighting .........................................................................
Other .......................................................................................
Total Public Safety ...............................................................
Transportation
Streets, Highways, and Storm Drains .....................................
Public Transit...........................................................................
Airports ....................................................................................
Ports and Harbors ...................................................................
Other .......................................................................................
Total Transportation .............................................................
Community Development
Planning ..................................................................................
Construction and Engineering Regulation Enforcement .........
Other .......................................................................................
Total Community Development............................................
Health
Solid Waste .............................................................................
Sewers ....................................................................................
Other .......................................................................................
Total Health..........................................................................
Culture and Leisure
Parks and Recreation..............................................................
Libraries...................................................................................
Other .......................................................................................
Total Culture and Leisure.....................................................
Public Utilities
Water.......................................................................................
Gas..........................................................................................
Electric.....................................................................................
Other .......................................................................................
Total Public Utilities..............................................................
Other...........................................................................................
Grand Total ......................................................................... $

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624,710
2,695,930
3,320,640

Percent
of Total
Expenditures
1.61 %
6.96
8.57

Functional
Revenues
$

261,397
1,708,042
1,969,439

Expenditures
Net of
Functional
Revenues
$

363,313
987,888
1,351,201

6,315,799
2,524,891
240,397
267,503
230,842
9,579,432

16.32
6.52
0.62
0.69
0.60
24.75

1,032,496
415,618
127,006
220,487
161,013
1,956,620

5,283,303
2,109,273
113,391
47,016
69,829
7,622,812

3,339,736
465,179
1,134,433
938,333
472,869
6,350,550

8.62
1.20
2.93
2.42
1.23
16.40

2,383,758
585,842
1,236,383
663,485
348,214
5,217,682

955,978
(120,663)
(101,950)
274,848
124,655
1,132,868

611,125
1,157,515
1,814,826
3,583,466

1.58
2.99
4.68
9.25

224,297
1,016,051
1,611,814
2,852,162

386,828
141,464
203,012
731,304

1,280,782
2,711,051
273,365
4,265,198

3.31
7.00
0.70
11.01

1,147,550
3,054,145
210,997
4,412,692

133,232
(343,094)
62,368
(147,494)

2,044,555
672,096
762,198
3,478,849

5.28
1.74
1.96
8.98

889,314
193,626
466,728
1,549,668

1,155,241
478,470
295,470
1,929,181

3,093,306
89,347
4,877,599
50,993
8,111,245
37,909
38,727,289

7.99
0.23
12.59
0.13
20.94
0.10
100.00 %

2,885,148
109,210
4,823,307
96,161
7,913,826
46,437
25,918,526

208,158
(19,863)
54,292
(45,168)
197,419
(8,528)
12,808,763

Introduction

Figure 17
Total Expenditures by Function
(Excluding the City and County of San Francisco)

General Government
8.57%
Public Safety
24.75%
Transportation
16.40%

Other
0.10%

Health
11.01%
Public Utilities
20.94%
Community
Development
9.25%

Culture and Leisure


8.98%

Figure 18

Figure 19

Total Public Safety by Function

Total Public Utilities by Function

(Excluding the City and County of San Francisco)

(Excluding the City and County of San Francisco)

Other
2.41%

Street
Lighting
2.79%

Gas and
Other
1.73%
Fire
26.36%

Emergency
Medical
Services
2.51%

Water
38.14%

Electric
60.13%

Police
65.93%

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General Government

As shown in Figures 16 and 17, expenditures for general government


amounted to $3.3 billion (8.57%) of the aggregate city expenditures.
Included in this category are legislative (city council, city attorney, city clerk,
and city auditor) and management and support (city administration, financial,
and personnel) expenditures. Legislative expenditures were $624.7 million
(1.61%) of the aggregate city expenditures, an increase of $17.2 million
(2.83%) from the prior year. Management and support expenditures were
$2.7 billion (6.96%) of the aggregate city expenditures, a decrease of
$175.4 million (6.11%) from the prior year.

Public Safety

As shown in Figures 16 and 17, public safety expenditures amounted to


$9.6 billion (24.75%) of the aggregate city expenditures. Police incurred the
largest single share, at $6.3 billion (16.32%) of the aggregate city
expenditures. The next largest expenditure for public safety was incurred for
fire protection, at $2.5 billion (6.52%) of the aggregate city expenditures.
The remaining public safety expenditures totaled $738.7 million (1.91%) of
the aggregate city expenditures; they consisted of emergency medical
services, animal regulation, weed abatement, street lighting, disaster
preparedness, and miscellaneous services. See Figure 20 for a 10-year
comparison.

Figure 20
Police, Fire, and Other Public Safety Expenditures
(Excluding the City and County of San Francisco)
(Amounts in thousands)

Year

Total
Police
Expenditures

1992-93 ....... $
1993-94 .......
1994-95 .......
1995-96 .......
1996-97 .......
1997-98 .......
1998-99 .......
1999-00 .......
2000-01 .......
2001-02 .......

4,117,652
4,264,082
4,505,171
4,725,616
4,990,128
5,236,471
5,513,634
5,708,792
6,000,425
6,315,799

Percentage
Increase
From
Prior Year

Total
Fire
Expenditures

3.29 % $
3.56
5.65
4.89
5.60
4.94
5.29
3.54
5.11
5.26

1,709,022
1,743,868
1,788,889
1,833,337
1,937,542
1,925,810
2,109,204
2,196,555
2,254,546
2,524,891

Percentage
Increase
(Decrease)
From
Prior Year

Total
Other
Public Safety
Expenditures

2.25 % $
2.04
2.58
2.48
5.68
(0.61)
9.52
4.14
2.64
11.99

450,474
519,588
513,467
537,817
502,684
552,610
624,570
765,901
694,105
738,742

Percentage
Increase
(Decrease)
From
Prior Year

Total

Percentage
Increase
From
Prior Year

(4.88) % $ 6,277,148
15.34
6,527,538
(1.18)
6,807,527
4.74
7,096,770
2
(6.53)
7,430,354
9.93
7,714,891
13.02
8,247,408
22.63
8,671,248
3
(9.37)
8,949,076
6.43
9,579,432

2.38 %
3.99
4.29
4.25
4.70
3.83
6.90
5.14
3.20
7.04

The City of Los Angeles Emergency Medical expenditures decreased by approximately $25.0 million in the 1992-93 fiscal year.

The City of Long Beach's Street Lighting expenditures decreased by approximately $26.0 million in the 1996-97 fiscal year.

The City of Pasadenas Other Public Safety expenditures decreased by approximately $100.0 million in the 2000-01 fiscal year.

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Transportation

As shown in Figures 16 and 17, transportation expenditures totaled


$6.4 billion (16.40%) of the aggregate city expenditures. Transportation
expenditures are related directly or indirectly to the movement of people or
property. Most of the expenditures within this category were for
construction, maintenance, and repair of streets, highways, and storm drains.
These expenditures totaled $3.3 billion (8.62%) of the aggregate city
expenditures, an increase of $422.9 million (14.50%) from the prior year.
The remaining transportation expenditures consisted of public transit,
airports, ports and harbors, and other. See Figure 21 for a 10-year
comparison.

Figure 21
Streets, Highways, and Storm Drains; Public Transit; and Other Transportation Expenditures
(Excluding the City and County of San Francisco)
(Amounts in thousands)
Percentage
Percentage
Percentage
Total Streets,
Increase
Increase
Increase
Total
Highways, and (Decrease)
(Decrease)
(Decrease)
Other
Total Public
Storm Drains
From
From
Transportation
From
Transit
Expenditures Prior Year Expenditures Prior Year Expenditures Prior Year

Year

1992-93 ............ $
1993-94 ............
1994-95 ............
1995-96 ............
1996-97 ............
1997-98 ............
1998-99 ............
1999-00 ............
2000-01 ............
2001-02 ............

1,800,762
1,937,104
1,939,459
2,061,152
2,122,946
2,328,382
2,434,459
2,845,962
2,916,869
3,339,736

(1.23) % $
7.57
0.12
6.27
3.00
9.68
4.56
16.90
2.49
14.50

292,332
326,537
343,649
333,946
364,833
431,940
377,994
373,237
517,533
465,179

0.77 % $
11.70
5.24
(2.82)
9.25
18.39
(12.49)
(1.26)
3
38.66
(10.12)

1,473,126
1,678,896
1,761,851
1,691,472
1,991,589
1,719,657
1,782,494
2,001,251
2,218,260
2,545,635

23.15 % $
13.97
4.94
(3.99)
2
17.74
2
(13.65)
3.65
12.27
10.84
14.76

Total
3,566,220
3,942,537
4,044,959
4,086,570
4,479,368
4,479,979
4,594,947
5,220,450
5,652,662
6,350,550

Percentage
Increase
From
Prior Year
7.76 %
10.55
2.60
1.03
9.61
0.01
2.57
13.61
8.28
12.35

The decrease in Streets, Highways, and Storm Drains expenditures is a result of AB 1012, Chapter 719, Statutes of 1992, which
reduced the minimum expenditure requirements under Section 2105 of the Streets and Highways Code.

The increase in Other Transportation expenditures in the 1996-97 fiscal year and the subsequent decrease in the 1997-98 fiscal
year were due primarily to $149.0 million and $142.0 million in additional airport and port and harbor expenditures by the cities of
Los Angeles and Oakland, respectively.

The increase in Public Transit expenditures in the 2000-01 fiscal year was due primarily to $112.9 million in additional public transit
expenditures by the City of Santa Monica.

Community
Development

As shown in Figures 16 and 17, community development expenditures for


activities relating to the development and preservation of the community
(e.g., planning, construction and engineering, redevelopment, housing,
employment, community promotion, and other) amounted to $3.6 billion
(9.25%) of the aggregate city expenditures, an increase of $417.8 million
(13.20%) from the prior year.

Health

As shown in Figures 16 and 17, health expenditures totaled $4.3 billion


(11.01%) of the aggregate city expenditures, an increase of $349.4 million
(8.92%) from the prior year. These activities include physical and mental
health services, hospital and sanitarium services, collection and disposal of
wastes (e.g., solid waste and sewer), and development, operation, and
maintenance of cemeteries.
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Culture and Leisure

As shown in Figures 16 and 17, culture and leisure expenditures amounted to


$3.5 billion (8.98%) of the aggregate city expenditures, an increase of
$192.6 million (5.86%) from the prior year. Expenditures for this category
are incurred for the construction, maintenance, and operation of facilities
devoted to cultural and recreational activities. Included in this category are
parks and recreation, libraries, museums, golf courses, stadiums, and civic
auditoriums.

Public Utilities

As shown in Figures 16 and 17, expenditures relating to the construction and


operation of public utilities amounted to $8.1 billion (20.94%) of the
aggregate city expenditures, a decrease of $2.3 billion (21.83%) from the
prior year. Electric distribution systems reported the largest expenditure, at
$4.9 billion (12.59%) of the aggregate city expenditures. The next largest
expenditure was for water activities, which amounted to $3.1 billion (7.99%)
of the aggregate city expenditures. See Figure 22 for a 10-year comparison.

Figure 22
Electric, Water, and Other Public Utility Expenditures
(Excluding the City and County of San Francisco)
(Amounts in thousands)

Year

Percentage
Percentage
Percentage
Increase
Increase
Total
Increase
Total
(Decrease)
Total
(Decrease)
Other
(Decrease)
Electric
From
Water
From
Public Utility
From
Expenditures Prior Year Expenditures Prior Year Expenditures Prior Year

1992-93 ................ $
1993-94 ................
1994-95 ................
1995-96 ................
1996-97 ................
1997-98 ................
1998-99 ................
1999-00 ................
2000-01 ................
2001-02 ................

3,490,347
3,405,343
3,298,087
3,148,824
3,354,103
3,329,441
3,547,111
3,879,564
7,043,861
4,877,599

2.78 % $
1
(2.44)
2
(3.15)
1
(4.53)
6.52
2
(0.74)
6.54
9.37
6
81.56
1
(30.75)

1,823,261
1,983,139
2,070,254
2,121,204
2,261,185
2,177,204
2,401,482
2,575,338
3,124,934
3,093,306

3.82 % $
8.77
4.39
2.46
6.60
4
(3.71)
10.30
7.24
21.34
8
(1.01)

82,998
84,011
73,945
79,987
81,907
89,236
94,869
232,436
207,059
140,340

6.28 %
1.22
3
(11.98)
8.17
2.40
8.95
6.31
5
145.01
7
(10.92)
3
(32.22)

Total
$

5,396,606
5,472,493
5,442,286
5,350,015
5,697,195
5,595,881
6,043,462
6,687,338
10,375,854
8,111,245

Percentage
Increase
(Decrease)
From
Prior Year
3.18 %
1.41
(0.55)
(1.70)
6.49
(1.78)
8.00
10.65
55.16
(21.83)

The City of Los Angeles Electric expenditures decreased by approximately $155.0 million, $169.0 million, and $1.9 billion in the
1993-94, 1995-96, and 2001-02 fiscal years, respectively.

The City of Anaheims Electric expenditures decreased by approximately $64.0 million and $110.0 million in the 1994-95 and
1997-98 fiscal years, respectively.

The City of Long Beachs Gas expenditures decreased by approximately $11.0 million and $72.2 million in the 1994-95 and
2001-02 fiscal years, respectively.

The City of Long Beachs Water expenditures decreased by approximately $74.0 million in the 1997-98 fiscal year.

The City of Anaheims Other Public Utility expenditures increased by approximately $136.0 million in the 1999-00 fiscal year.

The City of Los Angeles Electric expenditures increased by approximately $2.3 billion in the 2000-01 fiscal year.

The City of Anaheims Other Public Utility expenditures decreased by approximately $136.1 million in the 2000-01 fiscal year.

The City of Los Angeles Water expenditures decreased by approximately $134.3 million in the 2001-02 fiscal year.

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Other

As shown in Figures 16 and 17, other miscellaneous expenditures not


reported in a specific category or function (e.g., correctional facilities and
recycling programs) amounted to $37.9 million (0.10%) of the aggregate city
expenditures, a decrease of $109.4 million (74.27%) from the prior year.

Expenditures by
Function

Figure 23 provides a two-year comparison of expenditures by function as


well as the percentage increase (decrease) from the prior year.

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Figure 23
Two-Year Comparison of Expenditures by Function and Percent of Total
(Excluding the City and County of San Francisco)
(Amounts in thousands)

2000-01
Total
Expenditures

Function

Percent
of Total
Expenditures

2001-02
Total
Expenditures

Percent
of Total
Expenditures

Total
Expenditures
Percentage
Increase
(Decrease)
From
Prior Year

General Government
Legislative ............................................

Management and Support ...................

607,540

1.56 %

624,710

1.61 %

2.83 %

2,871,348

7.37

2,695,930

6.96

(6.11)

Police ...................................................

6,000,425

15.40

6,315,799

16.32

5.26

Fire.......................................................

2,254,546

5.78

2,524,891

6.52

11.99

Emergency Medical Services ..............

211,897

0.54

240,397

0.62

13.45

Street Lighting......................................

210,285

0.54

267,503

0.69

27.21

Other ....................................................

271,923

0.70

230,842

0.60

(15.11)

Public Safety

Transportation
Streets, Highways, and Storm
Drains.................................................

2,916,869

7.48

3,339,736

8.62

14.50

Public Transit .......................................

517,533

1.33

465,179

1.20

(10.12)

Airports.................................................

1,072,362

2.75

1,134,433

2.93

5.79

Ports and Harbors................................

704,790

1.81

938,333

2.42

33.14

Other ....................................................

441,108

1.13

472,869

1.23

7.20

550,686

1.41

611,125

1.58

10.98

Regulation Enforcement.....................

1,009,193

2.59

1,157,515

2.99

14.70

Other ....................................................

1,605,797

4.12

1,814,826

4.68

13.02

Solid Waste..........................................

1,201,344

3.08

1,280,782

3.31

6.61

Sewers .................................................

2,338,373

6.00

2,711,051

7.00

15.94

Other ....................................................

376,033

0.97

273,365

0.70

(27.30)

Parks and Recreation ..........................

1,844,112

4.73

2,044,555

5.28

10.87

Libraries ...............................................

565,716

1.45

672,096

1.74

18.80

Other ....................................................

876,385

2.25

762,198

1.96

(13.03)

Water ...................................................

3,124,934

8.02

3,093,306

7.99

(1.01)

Gas ......................................................

157,285

0.40

89,347

0.23

(43.19)

Electric .................................................

7,043,861

18.07

4,877,599

12.59

(30.75)

Other ....................................................

49,774

0.13

50,993

0.13

2.45

Other .......................................................

147,357

0.39

37,909

0.10

(74.27)

Community Development
Planning ...............................................
Construction and Engineering

Health

Culture and Leisure

Public Utilities

Total.....................................................

(For detail of city expenditures, see Table 4.)

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38,971,476

100.00 %

38,727,289

100.00 %

(0.63) %

Introduction

2000-01
Functional
Revenues

163,377

2001-02
Functional
Revenues

363,313

(18.20) %

987,888

(4.03)

1,032,496

3.77

5,005,465

5,283,303

415,618

93.79

2,040,074

2,109,273

3.39

120,772

127,006

5.16

91,125

113,391

24.43

160,692

220,487

37.21

49,593

47,016

(5.20)

159,631

161,013

0.87

112,292

69,829

(37.81)

2,259,279

2,383,758

5.51

657,590

955,978

45.38

575,344

585,842

1.82

(57,811)

(120,663)

(108.72)

1,122,796

1,236,383

10.12

(50,434)

(101,950)

692,392

663,485

(4.17)

12,398

274,848

2,116.87

413,136

348,214

(15.71)

27,972

124,655

345.64

150,970

224,297

48.57

399,716

386,828

(3.22)

1,052,680

1,016,051

(3.48)

(43,487)

141,464

425.30

1,260,780

1,611,814

27.84

345,017

203,012

(41.16)

1,133,597

1,147,550

1.23

67,747

133,232

96.66

2,621,580

3,054,145

16.50

(283,207)

(343,094)

(21.15)

240,347

210,997

(12.21)

135,686

62,368

(54.04)

863,719

889,314

2.96

980,393

1,155,241

17.83

257,222

193,626

(24.72)

308,494

478,470

55.10

486,540

466,728

(4.07)

389,845

295,470

(24.21)

2,925,675

2,885,148

(1.39)

199,259

208,158

4.47

170,867

109,210

(36.08)

(13,582)

(19,863)

(46.25)

6,158,156

4,823,307

(21.68)

885,705

54,292

(93.87)

67,281

96,161

42.92

(17,507)

(45,168)

(158.00)

46,437

(88.06)

(8,528)

96.47

994,960
214,472

26,497,122

25,918,526

(2.18) %

444,163

2001-02
Net
Expenditures

1,029,336

1,708,042

60.00 %

2000-01
Net
Expenditures

Net
Expenditures
Percentage
Increase
(Decrease)
From
Prior Year

(7.27)

1,842,012

388,845
$

261,397

Functional
Revenues
Percentage
Increase
(Decrease)
From
Prior Year

(241,488)
$

12,474,354

12,808,763

5.55

(102.15)

2.68 %

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Outstanding
Long-Term
Indebtedness

For the fiscal year ended June 30, 2002, the aggregate city outstanding longterm indebtedness amounted to $38.8 billion, an increase of $4.2 billion
(12.09%) from the prior year. The indebtedness consisted of $19.3 billion in
bonds, $2.4 billion in other special debt, $3.0 billion in special assessment
act bonds, and $14.1 billion in debt other than bonds. See Figure 27 for a
five-year comparison.

Long-Term
Indebtedness Bonds

Chartered cities may establish their own limitations on bonded indebtedness,


although a large majority of them, along with general law cities, adhere to the
provisions of Government Code Section 43605. This code section states, in
part:
A city shall not incur an indebtedness for public improvements
which exceeds in the aggregate 15 percent of the assessed value of
all real and personal property of the city. Within the meaning of
this section indebtedness means bonded indebtedness of the city
payable from the proceeds of taxes levied upon taxable property in
the city.

For the year under review, total outstanding bonded indebtedness for cities
amounted to $19.3 billion, a decrease of $1.2 billion (5.95%) from the prior
year.
Bonded indebtedness includes general obligation bonds, certificates of
participation, pension obligation bonds, and revenue bonds that are debt of
the city. Special assessment act bonds are debt, but they are not an
obligation of the city; such bonds are explained in further detail on page
xxix.
A general obligation bond is a bond that is collateralized by the taxing
powers of the city. Many general obligation bonds may be redeemed with
revenues not directly derived from property taxes, such as sales tax or cityowned enterprises such as water, electric, sewers, and parking. Such revenueproducing activities are used in lieu of levying a direct property tax for debt
service.
General obligation bonds amounted to $1.8 billion (9.39%) of the total
outstanding bonded indebtedness, an increase of $225.5 million (14.23%)
from the prior year.
Certificates of participation are financed by lease payments from the special
revenue funds and the General Fund of the city. These certificates amounted
to $794.1 million (4.12%) of the total outstanding bonded indebtedness, a
decrease of $1.7 billion (68.11%) from the prior year. Public financing
authorities issue certificates of participation on behalf of the cities. A
majority of the certificates of participation issued were reclassified to lease
obligations in the 2001-02 fiscal year.
Pension obligation bonds are issued by the city to finance one or more
elements of its pension obligation to its employees. These bonds amounted to

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$762.6 million (3.96%) of the total outstanding bonded indebtedness, a


decrease of $104.2 million (12.02%) from the prior year.
Revenue bonds are those obligations for which principal and interest are
payable by revenue-producing enterprises such as electricity, water, or sewer,
or, if specified in the bond covenant, from other sources. Revenue bonds
outstanding for the 2001-02 fiscal year amounted to $15.9 billion (82.53%)
of the total outstanding bonded indebtedness, an increase of $355.4 million
(2.28%) from the prior year.
See Figure 24 for a two-year comparison.
Figure 24
Long-Term Indebtedness Bonds
(Excluding the City and County of San Francisco)
(Amounts in thousands)

Type of Bond

2000-01

General Obligation......................... $
Revenue ........................................
Certificates of Participation ............
Pension Obligation.........................
Total ............................................ $

1,584,067
15,553,672
2,490,343
866,856
20,494,938

2001-02

Percent
of the
Total

Percentage
Increase
(Decrease)
From
Prior Year

1,809,530
15,909,059
794,052
762,642
19,275,283

9.39 %
82.53
4.12
3.96
100.00 %

14.23 %
2.28
1
(68.11)
(12.02)
(5.95) %

Outstanding certificates of participation issued by public financing authorities were


reclassified to lease obligations in the 2001-02 fiscal year.

(For detail of city long-term indebtedness, see Table 5.)

Long-Term
Indebtedness Other
Special Debt

Other special debt amounted to $2.4 billion, an increase of $167.9 million


(7.66%) from the prior year. This type of indebtedness includes community
facility district bonds, improvement district bonds, Mello-Roos bonds, and
Marks-Roos bonds. Prior to fiscal year 2000-01, the improvement district
bonds were included in the Long-Term Indebtedness Bonds classification.

Long-Term
Indebtedness
Special Assessment
Act Bonds

Of the various types of special assessments, the 1911 and 1915 Improvement
Act bonds are the most common. The citys obligation to the bondholders of
these two types of bonds varies. Under the 1911 Improvement Act, the city
maintains no financial obligation to the bondholders. The city serves as a
conduit in that it collects the assessments and forwards the money to the
bondholders. Under the 1915 Improvement Act, however, the city does incur
a contingent liability. Should bond payments become delinquent, the city
must either advance the amount of the delinquency or levy a limited tax on
the benefited area. As of June 30, 2002, the outstanding amount of the 1911
Improvement Act bonds was $6.3 million, a decrease of $16.3 million
(72.29%) from the prior year. The outstanding amount of 1915 Improvement
Act bonds was $2.6 billion, an increase of $65.6 million (2.56%) from the
prior year.
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The outstanding amount of the other improvement act bonds totaled


$428.3 million, an increase of $50.7 million (13.42%) from the prior year.
See Figure 25 for a two-year comparison.
Figure 25
Long-Term Indebtedness Special Assessment Act Bonds
(Excluding the City and County of San Francisco)
(Amounts in thousands)

Type of Bond
1911 Improvement
Act Bonds................................. $
1915 Improvement
Act Bonds.................................
Other Improvement
Act Bonds.................................
Total ..................................... $

2000-01

22,601

2001-02

2,566,350
377,579
2,966,530

6,263
2,631,940

428,261
3,066,464

Percent
of the
Total

0.20 %
85.83
13.97
100.00 %

Percentage
Increase
(Decrease)
From
Prior Year

(72.29) %
2.56
13.42
3.37 %

(For detail of city long-term indebtedness, see Table 5.)

Long-Term
Indebtedness Other
Than Bonds

Long-term indebtedness other than bonds amounted to $14.1 billion, an


increase of $5.1 billion (57.24%) from the prior year.
Total future lease obligation payments amounted to $11.6 billion (82.12%) of
the total long-term indebtedness other than bonds, an increase of $5.0 billion
(74.94%) from the prior year. These lease obligations include agreements to
acquire or improve capital assets, with the obligation covering a period of at
least 10 years. The option of acquiring ownership of the property is provided
at the end of the lease period.
State and/or federal financing for city construction of capital assets
accounted for $958.5 million (6.79%) of the total long-term indebtedness
other than bonds. This was an increase of $66.8 million (7.49%) from the
prior year.
Other long-term debt (i.e., notes, loans, and other) amounted to $1.6 billion
(11.09%) of the total long-term indebtedness other than bonds. This was an
increase of $106.3 million (7.28%) from the prior year.
See Figure 26 for a two-year comparison.

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Figure 26
Long-Term Indebtedness Other than Bonds
(Excluding the City and County of San Francisco)
(Amounts in thousands)

Type of Debt

2000-01
1

Lease Obligations ..................... $


Construction Financed
by State and/or Federal
Governments ..........................
Notes ..........................................
Loans .........................................
Other ..........................................
Total ....................................... $

Percent
of the
Total

2001-02

Percentage
Increase
(Decrease)
From
Prior Year
2

6,627,357

$ 11,594,088

82.12 %

74.94 %

891,693
637,541
258,077
564,094
8,978,762

958,488
777,694
247,595
540,722
$ 14,118,587

6.79
5.51
1.75
3.83
100.00 %

7.49
21.98
(4.06)
(4.14)
57.24 %

Lease Obligations include principal and interest.

Outstanding certificates of participation issued by public financing authorities were


reclassified to lease obligations in the 2001-02 fiscal year.

(For detail of city long-term indebtedness, see Table 5.)

Figure 27
Outstanding Long-Term Indebtedness
(Excluding the City and County of San Francisco)
(Amounts in billions)

$ 40
35
30
25
20
15
10
5
0

1997-98

1998-99

Revenue Bonds
Special Assessment Bonds
Pension Obligation Bonds

1999-00

Other Than Bonds


General Obligation Bonds

2000-01

2001-02

Other Special Debt


Certificates of Participation

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City Assessed
Valuation,
Taxes
Allocated, and
Taxes Levied

The net valuation of city assessment rolls for property taxes for the 2002-03
fiscal year amounted to $2.1 trillion, an increase of $157.6 billion (8.25%)
from the prior year.
Prior to the passage of Proposition 13, taxing agencies such as cities,
counties, schools, and most special districts set their own property tax rates.
Property taxes were then collected on their behalf by each county and
distributed to the appropriate taxing agencies. Subsequent to the passage of
Proposition 13, 1% of market value (plus direct assessments and the voterapproved rate for debt repayment) is the maximum rate that can be levied
against real property. Property taxes are collected by counties and distributed
to the taxing agencies, pursuant to California statutes, using a formula based
on the market value of all real property located within the respective
jurisdictions.
During the 2002-03 fiscal year, the cities portion of the 1% secured and
unsecured property tax rate amounted to $2.9 billion, an increase of
$195.2 million (7.13%) from the prior year. Voter-approved ad valorem
property taxes in excess of the 1%, levied for debt service, amounted to
$298.1 million, an increase of $28.0 million (10.37%) from the prior year.
Total property taxes from the secured and unsecured rolls and voterapproved debt amounted to $3.2 billion, an increase of $223.2 million
(7.42%) from the prior year. The average property tax effort per $100 net
assessed valuation amounted to $0.16.
See Figure 28 for a 10-year comparison.

Figure 28
City Assessed Valuation, Taxes Allocated, Taxes Levied, and Average Property Tax Effort
(Excluding the City and County of San Francisco)
(Amounts in thousands)

Year

Net
Assessed
Valuation 1

1993-94 ........................................................... $
1994-95 ...........................................................
1995-96 ...........................................................
1996-97 ...........................................................
1997-98 ...........................................................
1998-99 ...........................................................
1999-00 ...........................................................
2000-01 ...........................................................
2001-02 ...........................................................
2002-03 ...........................................................

1,336,216,490
1,353,937,241
1,357,484,350
1,372,362,045
1,412,105,473
1,487,576,583
1,595,756,419
1,737,566,044
1,910,026,484
2,067,612,539

Net of homeowners and other exemptions.

Cities share of countywide 1% levy.

Taxes
Allocated 2

1,958,421
1,958,673
2,013,987
2,037,244
2,094,029
2,181,629
2,340,088
2,512,041
2,736,868
2,932,085

(For detail of city assessed valuation, taxes allocated, and taxes levied, see Table 6.)

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Total Taxes
Allocated
and Levied

Taxes
Levied

169,932
184,736
208,157
205,356
239,618
208,970
225,730
221,728
270,088
298,098

Average
Property
Tax Effort
per $100
Valuation

2,128,353
2,143,409
2,222,144
2,242,600
2,333,647
2,390,599
2,565,818
2,733,769
3,006,956
3,230,183

0.16
0.16
0.16
0.16
0.17
0.16
0.16
0.16
0.16
0.16

Introduction

City
Appropriation
Limit and Total
Annual
Appropriations
Subject to the
Limit

Chapter 1025, Statutes of 1987, requires the California State Controller to


publish an appropriation limit and the total annual appropriations subject to
the limit for each city.
For the fiscal year ended June 30, 2002, 459 of the 477 incorporated cities
(including the City and County of San Francisco), or 96.23%, reported both
their appropriation limit and the total annual appropriations subject to the
limit. Fourteen cities failed to provide data concerning their appropriation
limit and their total annual appropriations subject to the limit. These cities
are: Aliso Viejo, Fort Jones, Guadalupe, Hawaiian Gardens, Hollister, Huron,
Loyalton, Mendota, Needles, Pacifica, Placerville, Rio Dell, San Joaquin,
and Tulelake. Three cities (Goleta, Laguna Hills, and Sacramento) provided
only their appropriation limit and not their total annual appropriations subject
to the limit. One city (Sutter Creek) provided only its total annual
appropriations subject to the limit and not its appropriation limit.
The information provided in Table 7 has not been audited and is presented as
submitted by 463 California cities. This compares to 455 out of 474, and 462
out of 475, cities that provided data in the 1999-00 and 2000-01 fiscal years,
respectively.

Cities That
Failed to File

For the 2001-02 fiscal year, six cities (Hollister, Needles, Pacifica,
Placerville, Rio Dell, and Tulelake) failed to file financial transactions
reports. This compares to four cities (Fort Jones, Hollister, Placerville, and
Rio Dell) that failed to file financial transactions reports for the 2000-01
fiscal year.

City
Incorporation

No cities incorporated in the 2002-03 fiscal year. During the 1998-99


through 2002-03 fiscal years, six cities incorporated, as indicated in
Figure 29. This brought the total number of incorporated cities to 477,
including the City and County of San Francisco.
Figure 29
City Incorporation

City

Laguna Woods .....


Oakley ..................
Rancho Santa
Margarita...........
Elk Grove .............
Aliso Viejo ............
Goleta...................
1

First
Reporting
Year

Incorporation
Date

County
Location

1998-99
1999-00

March 24, 1999


July 1, 1999

Orange
Contra Costa

46,188
34,488

1999-00
2000-01
2001-02
2001-02

January 1, 2000
July 1, 2000
July 1, 2001
February 1, 2002

Orange
Sacramento
Orange
Santa Barbara

64,968
111,717
62,817
47,106

Estimated
1
Population

The Estimated Population reported is as of the Incorporation Date.

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Table 1. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02


Alphabetical List of Cities Showing Population Data, County Location and Class

City
Adelanto
Agoura Hills
Alameda
Albany
Alhambra

Estimated
Population
June 30, 2002

2000
Federal
Census

County
Location

Class

City

Estimated
Population
June 30, 2002

2000
Federal
Census

San Bernardino
Los Angeles
Alameda
Alameda
Los Angeles

Chartered
General Law
Chartered
Chartered
Chartered

Brawley
Brea
Brentwood
Brisbane
Buellton

22,967
36,857
29,641
3,656
3,984

22,052
35,410
23,302
3,597
3,828

Orange
Modoc
Amador
Napa
Orange

General Law
General Law
General Law
Chartered

Buena Park
Burbank
Burlingame
Calabasas
Calexico

79,753
102,835
28,413
20,730
30,410

78,282
100,316
28,158
20,033
27,109

9,022
3,004
90,532
54,239
53,054

Shasta
Calaveras
Contra Costa
San Bernardino
Los Angeles

General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
Chartered

California City
Calimesa
Calipatria
Calistoga
Camarillo

10,818
7,272
7,686
5,229
59,487

16,893
16,294
16,823
13,518
26,982

16,651
15,851
16,380
12,956
26,411

Humboldt
San Luis Obispo
Los Angeles
Kern
San Luis Obispo

General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law

Campbell
Canyon Lake
Capitola
Carlsbad
Carmel-By-The-Sea

7,222
24,040
12,287
3,213
14,827

7,194
23,113
12,462
3,127
14,674

San Mateo
Merced
Placer
Los Angeles
Kings

General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law

Carpinteria
Carson
Cathedral City
Ceres
Cerritos

Azusa
Bakersfield
Baldwin Park
Banning
Barstow

46,116
257,914
78,367
24,640
22,154

44,712
247,057
75,837
23,562
21,119

Los Angeles
Kern
Los Angeles
Riverside
San Bernardino

General Law
Chartered
General Law
General Law
General Law

Chico
Chino
Chino Hills
Chowchilla
Chula Vista

Beaumont
Bell
Bell Gardens
Bellflower
Belmont

12,205
37,581
45,198
75,057
25,255

11,384
36,664
44,054
72,878
25,123

Riverside
Los Angeles
Los Angeles
Los Angeles
San Mateo

General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law

Belvedere
Benicia
Berkeley
Beverly Hills
Big Bear Lake

2,145
27,016
104,603
34,864
5,696

2,125
26,865
102,743
33,784
5,438

Marin
Solano
Alameda
Los Angeles
San Bernardino

1,797
3,626
1,163
21,222
894

1,793
3,575
1,135
12,155
855

Butte
Inyo
Humboldt
Riverside
Los Angeles

18,673
21,610
74,605
16,756
87,976

18,130
20,537
72,259
16,444
85,804

62,817
2,842
206
11,270
334,666

2,892
196
9,774
328,014

Anderson
Angels
Antioch
Apple Valley
Arcadia

9,333
3,281
96,735
56,820
54,899

Arcata
Arroyo Grande
Artesia
Arvin
Atascadero
Atherton
Atwater
Auburn
Avalon
Avenal

Aliso Viejo
Alturas
Amador
American Canyon
Anaheim

Biggs
Bishop
Blue Lake
Blythe
Bradbury

County
Location

Class

Imperial
Orange
Contra Costa
San Mateo
Santa Barbara

General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law

Orange
Los Angeles
San Mateo
Los Angeles
Imperial

General Law
Chartered
General Law
General Law
General Law

8,385
7,139
7,289
5,190
57,077

Kern
Riverside
Imperial
Napa
Ventura

General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law

38,401
10,345
10,173
88,013
4,084

38,138
9,952
10,033
78,247
4,081

Santa Clara
Riverside
Santa Cruz
San Diego
Monterey

General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law

14,434
93,181
45,417
35,656
53,143

14,194
89,730
42,647
34,609
51,488

Santa Barbara
Los Angeles
Riverside
Stanislaus
Los Angeles

General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
Chartered

66,767
68,770
70,952
14,359
190,949

59,954
67,168
66,787
11,127
173,556

Butte
San Bernardino
San Bernardino
Madera
San Diego

Chartered
General Law
General Law
General Law
Chartered

Citrus Heights
Claremont
Clayton
Clearlake
Cloverdale

87,362
35,551
10,978
13,401
7,381

85,071
33,998
10,762
13,142
6,831

Sacramento
Los Angeles
Contra Costa
Lake
Sonoma

General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law

General Law
General Law
Chartered
General Law
Chartered

Clovis
Coachella
Coalinga
Colfax
Colma

72,808
24,282
16,423
1,647
1,206

68,468
22,724
11,668
1,496
1,191

Fresno
Riverside
Fresno
Placer
San Mateo

General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law

General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law

Colton
Colusa
Commerce
Compton
Concord

49,079
5,549
12,965
95,926
123,935

47,662
5,402
12,568
93,493
121,780

San Bernardino
Colusa
Los Angeles
Los Angeles
Contra Costa

General Law
General Law
General Law
Chartered
General Law

Table 1. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Alphabetical List of Cities Showing Population Data, County Location and Class
Estimated
Population
June 30, 2002

2000
Federal
Census

County
Location

Estimated
Population
June 30, 2002

2000
Federal
Census

Corcoran
Corning
Corona
Coronado
Corte Madera

21,129
6,766
133,966
25,939
9,425

14,458
6,741
124,966
24,100
9,100

Kings
Tehama
Riverside
San Diego
Marin

General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law

Fairfax
Fairfield
Farmersville
Ferndale
Fillmore

7,356
100,226
9,022
1,435
14,400

7,319
96,178
8,737
1,382
13,643

Costa Mesa
Cotati
Covina
Crescent City
Cudahy

110,720
6,861
48,114
7,289
25,130

108,724
6,471
46,837
4,006
24,208

Orange
Sonoma
Los Angeles
Del Norte
Los Angeles

General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law

Firebaugh
Folsom
Fontana
Fort Bragg
Fort Jones

5,954
60,756
139,136
7,099
660

Culver City
Cupertino
Cypress
Daly City
Dana Point

39,829
52,235
47,263
104,407
35,990

38,816
50,546
46,229
103,621
35,110

Los Angeles
Santa Clara
Orange
San Mateo
Orange

Chartered
General Law
Chartered
General Law
General Law

Fortuna
Foster City
Fountain Valley
Fowler
Fremont

Danville
Davis
Del Mar
Del Rey Oaks
Delano

43,003
63,324
4,499
1,646
40,904

41,715
60,308
4,389
1,650
38,824

Contra Costa
Yolo
San Diego
Monterey
Kern

General Law
General Law
Chartered
General Law
General Law

Desert Hot Springs


Diamond Bar
Dinuba
Dixon
Dorris

16,886
58,089
17,503
16,150
882

16,582
56,287
16,844
16,103
886

Riverside
Los Angeles
Tulare
Solano
Siskiyou

Dos Palos
Downey
Duarte
Dublin
Dunsmuir

4,662
110,441
22,107
33,520
1,908

4,581
107,323
21,486
29,973
1,923

East Palo Alto


El Cajon
El Centro
El Cerrito
El Monte

31,117
96,530
39,342
23,511
119,474

29,506
94,869
37,835
23,171
115,965

25,812
16,491
81,350
7,297
59,950

24,297
16,033

6,882
58,014

6,358
136,956
776
26,054
9,456

5,963
133,559
781
26,128
9,168

City

El Paso De Robles
El Segundo
Elk Grove
Emeryville
Encinitas
Escalon
Escondido
Etna
Eureka
Exeter

Class

City

County
Location

Class

Marin
Solano
Tulare
Humboldt
Ventura

General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law

5,743
51,884
128,929
7,026
660

Fresno
Sacramento
San Bernardino
Mendocino
Siskiyou

General Law
Chartered
General Law
General Law
General Law

10,742
28,923
55,886
4,161
208,591

10,497
28,803
54,978
3,979
203,413

Humboldt
San Mateo
Orange
Fresno
Alameda

General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law

Fresno
Fullerton
Galt
Garden Grove
Gardena

441,870
129,317
21,311
168,642
59,836

427,652
126,003
19,472
165,196
57,746

Fresno
Orange
Sacramento
Orange
Los Angeles

Chartered
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law

General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law

Gilroy
Glendale
Glendora
Goleta
Gonzales

43,935
200,157
50,835
47,106
8,059

41,464
194,973
49,415

7,525

Santa Clara
Los Angeles
Los Angeles
Santa Barbara
Monterey

Chartered
Chartered
General Law

Merced
Los Angeles
Los Angeles
Alameda
Siskiyou

General Law
Chartered
General Law
General Law
General Law

Grand Terrace
Grass Valley
Greenfield
Gridley
Grover Beach

11,915
12,007
12,716
5,635
13,132

11,626
10,922
12,583
5,382
13,067

San Bernardino
Nevada
Monterey
Butte
San Luis Obispo

General Law
Chartered
General Law
General Law
General Law

San Mateo
San Diego
Imperial
Contra Costa
Los Angeles

General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law

Guadalupe
Gustine
Half Moon Bay
Hanford
Hawaiian Gardens

6,092
4,988
12,169
43,575
15,302

5,659
4,698
11,842
41,686
14,779

Santa Barbara
Merced
San Mateo
Kings
Los Angeles

General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law

San Luis Obispo


Los Angeles
Sacramento
Alameda
San Diego

General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law

Hawthorne
Hayward
Healdsburg
Hemet
Hercules

86,371
144,304
11,522
61,497
20,140

84,112
140,030
10,722
58,812
19,488

Los Angeles
Alameda
Sonoma
Riverside
Contra Costa

General Law
Chartered
General Law
General Law
General Law

San Joaquin
San Diego
Siskiyou
Humboldt
Tulare

General Law
General Law
General Law
Chartered
General Law

Hermosa Beach
Hesperia
Hidden Hills
Highland
Hillsborough

19,175
65,143
1,959
45,787
10,975

18,566
62,582
1,875
44,605
10,825

Los Angeles
San Bernardino
Los Angeles
San Bernardino
San Mateo

General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law

General Law

Table 1. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Alphabetical List of Cities Showing Population Data, County Location and Class
Estimated
Population
June 30, 2002

2000
Federal
Census

County
Location

36,338
5,812
4,231
194,584
62,909

34,413
5,612
3,980
189,594
61,348

San Benito
Imperial
Stanislaus
Orange
Los Angeles

General Law
General Law
General Law
Chartered
General Law

Lindsay
Live Oak
Livermore
Livingston
Lodi

6,619
8,284
27,524
4,348
52,187

6,306
7,560
26,992
3,816
49,116

Fresno
Imperial
San Diego
Riverside
Riverside

General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law

Loma Linda
Lomita
Lompoc
Long Beach
Loomis

Industry
Inglewood
Ione
Irvine
Irwindale

790
115,089
7,456
157,499
1,479

777
112,580
7,129
143,072
1,446

Los Angeles
Los Angeles
Amador
Orange
Los Angeles

Chartered
Chartered
General Law
Chartered
Chartered

Los Alamitos
Los Altos
Los Altos Hills
Los Angeles
Los Banos

Isleton
Jackson
Kerman
King City
Kingsburg

840
4,032
9,569
11,236
10,047

828
3,989
8,551
11,094
9,199

Sacramento
Amador
Fresno
Monterey
Fresno

General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law

La Canada Flintridge
La Habra
La Habra Heights
La Mesa
La Mirada

20,946
60,702
5,935
55,643
47,935

20,318
58,974
5,712
54,749
46,783

Los Angeles
Orange
Los Angeles
San Diego
Los Angeles

La Palma
La Puente
La Quinta
La Verne
Lafayette

15,845
42,153
28,715
32,512
24,411

15,408
41,063
23,694
31,638
23,908

Laguna Beach
Laguna Hills
Laguna Niguel
Laguna Woods
Lake Elsinore

24,313
33,811
63,541
16,777
31,056

23,727
31,178
61,891
16,507
28,928

76,596
4,954
81,376
123,147
12,078
11,586
32,491
25,329
20,650
17,713

City
Hollister
Holtville
Hughson
Huntington Beach
Huntington Park
Huron
Imperial
Imperial Beach
Indian Wells
Indio

Lake Forest
Lakeport
Lakewood
Lancaster
Larkspur
Lathrop
Lawndale
Lemon Grove
Lemoore
Lincoln

Estimated
Population
June 30, 2002

2000
Federal
Census

County
Location

Class

10,384
6,445
76,655
10,830
59,431

10,297
6,229
73,345
10,473
56,999

Tulare
Sutter
Alameda
Merced
San Joaquin

General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law

19,636
20,593
41,671
473,131
6,152

18,681
20,046
41,103
461,522
6,260

San Bernardino
Los Angeles
Santa Barbara
Los Angeles
Placer

Chartered
General Law
General Law
Chartered
General Law

11,718
27,870
8,007
3,807,397
28,172

11,536
27,693
7,902
3,694,820
25,869

Orange
Santa Clara
Santa Clara
Los Angeles
Merced

Chartered
General Law
General Law
Chartered
General Law

Los Gatos
Loyalton
Lynwood
Madera
Malibu

28,928
845
71,765
46,161
13,048

28,592
862
69,845
43,207
12,575

Santa Clara
Sierra
Los Angeles
Madera
Los Angeles

General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law

General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law

Mammoth Lakes
Manhattan Beach
Manteca
Maricopa
Marina

7,424
35,475
54,975
1,129
23,828

7,093
33,852
49,258
1,111
25,101

Mono
Los Angeles
San Joaquin
Kern
Monterey

General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law

Orange
Los Angeles
Riverside
Los Angeles
Contra Costa

General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law

Martinez
Marysville
Maywood
Mcfarland
Mendota

36,715
12,281
28,813
9,801
8,055

35,866
12,268
28,083
9,618
7,890

Contra Costa
Yuba
Los Angeles
Kern
Fresno

General Law
Chartered
General Law
General Law
General Law

Orange
Orange
Orange
Orange
Riverside

General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law

Menlo Park
Merced
Mill Valley
Millbrae
Milpitas

31,047
66,059
13,704
20,814
63,768

30,785
63,893
13,600
20,718
62,698

San Mateo
Merced
Marin
San Mateo
Santa Clara

General Law
Chartered
General Law
General Law
General Law

58,707
4,820
79,345
118,718
12,014

Orange
Lake
Los Angeles
Los Angeles
Marin

General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law

Mission Viejo
Modesto
Monrovia
Montague
Montclair

98,268
198,633
37,960
1,452
33,856

93,102
188,856
36,929
1,456
33,049

Orange
Stanislaus
Los Angeles
Siskiyou
San Bernardino

General Law
Chartered
General Law
General Law
General Law

10,445
31,711
24,918
19,712
11,205

San Joaquin
Los Angeles
San Diego
Kings
Placer

General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law

Monte Sereno
Montebello
Monterey
Monterey Park
Moorpark

3,520
63,750
29,792
62,629
33,032

3,483
62,150
29,674
60,051
31,415

Santa Clara
Los Angeles
Monterey
Los Angeles
Ventura

General Law
General Law
Chartered
General Law
General Law

Class

City

Table 1. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Alphabetical List of Cities Showing Population Data, County Location and Class
Estimated
Population
June 30, 2002

2000
Federal
Census

Estimated
Population
June 30, 2002

2000
Federal
Census

16,507
146,435
34,785
10,510
71,610

16,290
142,381
33,556
10,350
70,708

Contra Costa
Riverside
Santa Clara
San Luis Obispo
Santa Clara

General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
Chartered

Pinole
Pismo Beach
Pittsburg
Placentia
Placerville

19,429
8,672
59,910
48,319
10,239

19,039
8,551
56,769
46,488
9,610

Mt. Shasta
Murrieta
Napa
National City
Needles

3,646
51,630
74,116
58,107
5,126

3,621
44,282
72,585
54,260
4,830

Siskiyou
Riverside
Napa
San Diego
San Bernardino

General Law
General Law
Chartered
General Law
Chartered

Pleasant Hill
Pleasanton
Plymouth
Point Arena
Pomona

33,360
66,188
1,031
480
153,939

32,837
63,654
980
474
149,473

Nevada City
Newark
Newman
Newport Beach
Norco

3,048
43,672
7,538
72,522
24,899

3,001
42,471
7,093
70,032
24,157

Nevada
Alameda
Stanislaus
Orange
Riverside

General Law
General Law
General Law
Chartered
General Law

Port Hueneme
Porterville
Portola
Portola Valley
Poway

21,854
41,009
2,206
4,507
49,658

21,845
39,615
2,227
4,462
48,044

Norwalk
Novato
Oakdale
Oakland
Oakley

106,650
48,754
16,218
408,807
26,157

103,298
47,630
15,503
399,484
25,619

Los Angeles
Marin
Stanislaus
Alameda
Contra Costa

General Law
General Law
General Law
Chartered
General Law

Rancho Cucamonga
Rancho Mirage
Rancho Palos Verdes
Rancho Santa Margarita
Red Bluff

137,119
14,345
42,322
48,478
13,349

Oceanside
Ojai
Ontario
Orange
Orange Cove

167,240
7,913
162,268
132,947
8,511

161,029
7,862
158,007
128,821
7,722

San Diego
Ventura
San Bernardino
Orange
Fresno

General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law

Redding
Redlands
Redondo Beach
Redwood City
Reedley

Orinda
Orland
Oroville
Oxnard
Pacific Grove

17,833
6,337
13,034
182,027
15,507

17,599
6,281
13,004
170,358
15,522

Contra Costa
Glenn
Butte
Ventura
Monterey

General Law
General Law
Chartered
General Law
Chartered

Pacifica
Palm Desert
Palm Springs
Palmdale
Palo Alto

38,754
42,863
43,715
123,717
60,487

38,390
41,155
42,807
116,670
58,598

San Mateo
Riverside
Riverside
Los Angeles
Santa Clara

Palos Verdes Estates


Paradise
Paramount
Parlier
Pasadena

13,757
26,500
56,710
12,058
138,839

13,340
26,408
55,266
11,145
133,936

13,027
37,510
56,087
65,168
11,138

11,606
36,189
54,548
63,428
10,952

City
Moraga
Moreno Valley
Morgan Hill
Morro Bay
Mountain View

Patterson
Perris
Petaluma
Pico Rivera
Piedmont

County
Location

Class

City

County
Location

Class

Contra Costa
San Luis Obispo
Contra Costa
Orange
El Dorado

General Law
General Law
General Law
Chartered
General Law

Contra Costa
Alameda
Amador
Mendocino
Los Angeles

General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
Chartered

Ventura
Tulare
Plumas
San Mateo
San Diego

General Law
Chartered
General Law
General Law
General Law

127,743
13,249
41,145
47,214
13,147

San Bernardino
Riverside
Los Angeles
Orange
Tehama

General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law

84,560
65,984
65,656
76,325
21,218

80,865
63,591
63,261
75,402
20,756

Shasta
San Bernardino
Los Angeles
San Mateo
Fresno

General Law
General Law
Chartered
Chartered
General Law

Rialto
Richmond
Ridgecrest
Rio Dell
Rio Vista

94,778
101,076
25,483
3,173
5,343

91,873
99,216
24,927
3,174
4,571

San Bernardino
Contra Costa
Kern
Humboldt
Solano

General Law
Chartered
General Law
General Law
General Law

General Law
General Law
Chartered
General Law
Chartered

Ripon
Riverbank
Riverside
Rocklin
Rohnert Park

11,155
17,004
269,402
41,098
42,467

10,146
15,826
255,166
36,330
42,236

San Joaquin
Stanislaus
Riverside
Placer
Sonoma

General Law
General Law
Chartered
General Law
General Law

Los Angeles
Butte
Los Angeles
Fresno
Los Angeles

General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
Chartered

Rolling Hills
Rolling Hills Estates
Rosemead
Roseville
Ross

1,916
7,918
55,289
85,533
2,353

1,871
7,676
53,505
79,921
2,329

Los Angeles
Los Angeles
Los Angeles
Placer
Marin

General Law
General Law
General Law
Chartered
General Law

Stanislaus
Riverside
Sonoma
Los Angeles
Alameda

General Law
General Law
Chartered
General Law
Chartered

Sacramento
Salinas
San Anselmo
San Bernardino
San Bruno

426,013
148,425
12,409
189,815
40,334

407,018
151,060
12,378
185,401
40,165

Sacramento
Monterey
Marin
San Bernardino
San Mateo

Chartered
Chartered
General Law
Chartered
General Law

Table 1. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Alphabetical List of Cities Showing Population Data, County Location and Class

City
San Buenaventura
San Carlos
San Clemente
San Diego
San Dimas

Estimated
Population
June 30, 2002

2000
Federal
Census

102,346
27,892
54,919
1,255,742
35,947

100,916
27,718
49,936
1,223,400
34,980

San Fernando
San Francisco
San Gabriel
San Jacinto
San Joaquin

24,230
793,633
40,950
25,290
3,400

San Jose
San Juan Bautista
San Juan Capistrano
San Leandro
San Luis Obispo

County
Location

Class

City

Ventura
San Mateo
Orange
San Diego
Los Angeles

Chartered
General Law
General Law
Chartered
General Law

Simi Valley
Solana Beach
Soledad
Solvang
Sonoma

23,564
776,733
39,804
23,779
3,270

Los Angeles
San Francisco
Los Angeles
Riverside
Fresno

General Law
Chartered
General Law
General Law
General Law

Sonora
South El Monte
South Gate
South Lake Tahoe
South Pasadena

917,971
1,597
34,708
81,323
44,426

894,943
1,549
33,826
79,452
44,174

Santa Clara
San Benito
Orange
Alameda
San Luis Obispo

Chartered
General Law
General Law
Chartered
Chartered

60,795
13,281
94,057
30,912
56,657

54,977
12,945
92,482
30,215
56,063

San Diego
Los Angeles
San Mateo
Contra Costa
Marin

San Ramon
Sand City
Sanger
Santa Ana
Santa Barbara

46,237
267
19,539
343,707
90,696

44,722
261
18,931
337,977
92,325

Santa Clara
Santa Clarita
Santa Cruz
Santa Fe Springs
Santa Maria

104,306
158,289
55,085
17,942
80,511

Santa Monica
Santa Paula
Santa Rosa
Santee
Saratoga

Estimated
Population
June 30, 2002

2000
Federal
Census

115,533
13,280
21,942
5,444
9,388

111,351
12,979
11,263
5,332
9,128

4,537
21,715
99,172
23,950
24,952

South San Francisco


St. Helena
Stanton
Stockton
Suisun City

Chartered
General Law
Chartered
General Law
Chartered

Contra Costa
Monterey
Fresno
Orange
Santa Barbara

102,361
151,088
54,593
17,438
77,423

87,954
28,732
152,898
53,658
30,444

Sausalito
Scotts Valley
Seal Beach
Seaside
Sebastopol
Selma
Shafter
Shasta Lake
Sierra Madre
Signal Hill

San Marcos
San Marino
San Mateo
San Pablo
San Rafael

County
Location

Class

Ventura
San Diego
Monterey
Santa Barbara
Sonoma

General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law

4,423
21,144
96,375
23,609
24,292

Tuolumne
Los Angeles
Los Angeles
El Dorado
Los Angeles

General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law

60,981
6,019
38,085
253,800
26,635

60,552
5,950
37,403
243,771
26,118

San Mateo
Napa
Orange
San Joaquin
Solano

General Law
General Law
General Law
Chartered
General Law

Sunnyvale
Susanville
Sutter Creek
Taft
Tehachapi

132,825
17,392
2,373
8,929
11,101

131,760
13,541
2,303
6,400
10,957

Santa Clara
Lassen
Amador
Kern
Kern

Chartered
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law

General Law
Chartered
General Law
Chartered
Chartered

Tehama
Temecula
Temple City
Thousand Oaks
Tiburon

432
72,715
34,328
120,975
8,748

432
57,716
33,377
117,005
8,666

Tehama
Riverside
Los Angeles
Ventura
Marin

General Law
General Law
Chartered
General Law
General Law

Santa Clara
Los Angeles
Santa Cruz
Los Angeles
Santa Barbara

Chartered
General Law
Chartered
General Law
General Law

Torrance
Tracy
Trinidad
Truckee
Tulare

142,072
65,643
315
14,746
45,295

137,946
56,929
311
13,864
43,994

Los Angeles
San Joaquin
Humboldt
Nevada
Tulare

Chartered
General Law
General Law
General Law
Chartered

84,084
28,598
147,595
52,975
29,843

Los Angeles
Ventura
Sonoma
San Diego
Santa Clara

Chartered
General Law
Chartered
General Law
General Law

Tulelake
Turlock
Tustin
Twentynine Palms
Ukiah

1,015
59,367
69,078
27,589
15,677

1,020
55,810
67,504
14,764
15,497

Siskiyou
Stanislaus
Orange
San Bernardino
Mendocino

General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law

7,380
11,600
24,675
32,204
7,858

7,330
11,385
24,157
31,696
7,774

Marin
Santa Cruz
Orange
Monterey
Sonoma

General Law
General Law
Chartered
General Law
General Law

Union City
Upland
Vacaville
Vallejo
Vernon

70,216
70,493
92,256
118,618
93

66,869
68,393
88,625
116,760
91

Alameda
San Bernardino
Solano
Solano
Los Angeles

General Law
General Law
General Law
Chartered
Chartered

20,337
13,045
9,388
10,855
9,933

19,444
12,736
9,008
10,578
9,333

Fresno
Kern
Shasta
Los Angeles
Los Angeles

General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law

Victorville
Villa Park
Visalia
Vista
Walnut

69,339
6,164
95,812
92,071
30,896

64,029
5,999
91,565
89,857
30,004

San Bernardino
Orange
Tulare
San Diego
Los Angeles

General Law
General Law
Chartered
General Law
General Law

Table 1. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Alphabetical List of Cities Showing Population Data, County Location and Class
2000
Federal
Census

County
Location

65,883
21,656
7,165
47,936
3,004

64,296
21,263
6,924
44,265
2,978

Contra Costa
Kern
Stanislaus
Santa Cruz
Siskiyou

General Law
General Law
General Law
Chartered
General Law

109,083
36,798
34,495
8,584
89,683

105,080
35,716
31,615
8,368
88,207

Los Angeles
Los Angeles
Yolo
Los Angeles
Orange

General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law

Westmorland
Wheatland
Whittier
Williams
Willits

2,241
2,336
85,610
3,888
5,097

2,131
2,275
83,680
3,670
5,073

Imperial
Yuba
Los Angeles
Colusa
Mendocino

General Law
General Law
Chartered
General Law
General Law

Willows
Windsor
Winters
Woodlake
Woodland

6,251
24,268
6,290
6,843
50,370

6,220
22,744
6,125
6,651
49,151

Glenn
Sonoma
Yolo
Tulare
Yolo

General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law

Woodside
Yorba Linda
Yountville
Yreka
Yuba City

5,388
60,806
4,045
7,259
47,185

5,352
58,918
2,916
7,290
36,758

San Mateo
Orange
Napa
Siskiyou
Sutter

General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law

Yucaipa
Yucca Valley

43,515
17,447

41,207
16,865

San Bernardino
San Bernardino

General Law
General Law

28,741,136

27,502,319

City
Walnut Creek
Wasco
Waterford
Watsonville
Weed
West Covina
West Hollywood
West Sacramento
Westlake Village
Westminster

State Total

Estimated
Population
June 30, 2002

Class

Table 2. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02


Alphabetical List of Cities by County Showing Population Data and Class
County/City
(Number of Cities)

Estimated
Population
June 30, 2002

Alameda County (14)


Alameda
Albany
Berkeley
Dublin
Emeryville
Fremont
Hayward
Livermore
Newark
Oakland
Piedmont
Pleasanton
San Leandro
Union City
Alameda County Total

74,605
16,756
104,603
33,520
7,297
208,591
144,304
76,655
43,672
408,807
11,138
66,188
81,323
70,216
1,347,675

72,259
16,444
102,743
29,973
6,882
203,413
140,030
73,345
42,471
399,484
10,952
63,654
79,452
66,869
1,307,971

Chartered
Chartered
Chartered
General Law
General Law
General Law
Chartered
General Law
General Law
Chartered
Chartered
General Law
Chartered
General Law

206
7,456
4,032
1,031
2,373
15,098

196
7,129
3,989
980
2,303
14,597

General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law

1,797
66,767
5,635
13,034
26,500
113,733

1,793
59,954
5,382
13,004
26,408
106,541

General Law
Chartered
General Law
Chartered
General Law

Calaveras County (1)


Angels
Calaveras County Total

3,281
3,281

3,004
3,004

General Law

Colusa County (2)


Colusa
Williams
Colusa County Total

5,549
3,888
9,437

5,402
3,670
9,072

General Law
General Law

96,735
29,641
10,978
123,935
43,003
23,511
20,140
24,411
36,715
16,507
26,157

90,532
23,302
10,762
121,780
41,715
23,171
19,488
23,908
35,866
16,290
25,619

General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law

Amador County (5)


Amador
Ione
Jackson
Plymouth
Sutter Creek
Amador County Total
Butte County (5)
Biggs
Chico
Gridley
Oroville
Paradise
Butte County Total

Contra Costa County (19)


Antioch
Brentwood
Clayton
Concord
Danville
El Cerrito
Hercules
Lafayette
Martinez
Moraga
Oakley

2000 Federal
Census

Class

County/City
(Number of Cities)
Orinda
Pinole
Pittsburg
Pleasant Hill
Richmond
San Pablo
San Ramon
Walnut Creek
Contra Costa County Total

Estimated
Population
June 30, 2002

2000 Federal
Census

Class

17,833
19,429
59,910
33,360
101,076
30,912
46,237
65,883
826,373

17,599
19,039
56,769
32,837
99,216
30,215
44,722
64,296
797,126

General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
Chartered
General Law
General Law
General Law

Del Norte County (1)


Crescent City
Del Norte County Total

7,289
7,289

4,006
4,006

General Law

El Dorado County (2)


Placerville
South Lake Tahoe
El Dorado County Total

10,239
23,950
34,189

9,610
23,609
33,219

General Law
General Law

Fresno County (15)


Clovis
Coalinga
Firebaugh
Fowler
Fresno
Huron
Kerman
Kingsburg
Mendota
Orange Cove
Parlier
Reedley
San Joaquin
Sanger
Selma
Fresno County Total

72,808
16,423
5,954
4,161
441,870
6,619
9,569
10,047
8,055
8,511
12,058
21,218
3,400
19,539
20,337
660,569

68,468
11,668
5,743
3,979
427,652
6,306
8,551
9,199
7,890
7,722
11,145
20,756
3,270
18,931
19,444
630,724

General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
Chartered
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law

Glenn County (2)


Orland
Willows
Glenn County Total

6,337
6,251
12,588

6,281
6,220
12,501

General Law
General Law

Humboldt County (7)


Arcata
Blue Lake
Eureka
Ferndale
Fortuna
Rio Dell
Trinidad
Humboldt County Total

16,893
1,163
26,054
1,435
10,742
3,173
315
59,775

16,651
1,135
26,128
1,382
10,497
3,174
311
59,278

General Law
General Law
Chartered
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law

Imperial County (7)


Brawley
Calexico

22,967
30,410

22,052
27,109

General Law
General Law

Table 2. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Alphabetical List of Cities by County Showing Population Data and Class
County/City
(Number of Cities)
Imperial County (7) (continued)
Calipatria
El Centro
Holtville
Imperial
Westmorland
Imperial County Total

Estimated
Population
June 30, 2002

2000 Federal
Census

Class

7,686
39,342
5,812
8,284
2,241
116,742

7,289
37,835
5,612
7,560
2,131
109,588

General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law

Inyo County (1)


Bishop
Inyo County Total

3,626
3,626

3,575
3,575

General Law

Kern County (11)


Arvin
Bakersfield
California City
Delano
Maricopa
Mcfarland
Ridgecrest
Shafter
Taft
Tehachapi
Wasco
Kern County Total

13,518
257,914
10,818
40,904
1,129
9,801
25,483
13,045
8,929
11,101
21,656
414,298

12,956
247,057
8,385
38,824
1,111
9,618
24,927
12,736
6,400
10,957
21,263
394,234

General Law
Chartered
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law

Kings County (4)


Avenal
Corcoran
Hanford
Lemoore
Kings County Total

14,827
21,129
43,575
20,650
100,181

14,674
14,458
41,686
19,712
90,530

General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law

Lake County (2)


Clearlake
Lakeport
Lake County Total

13,401
4,954
18,355

13,142
4,820
17,962

General Law
General Law

Lassen County (1)


Susanville
Lassen County Total

17,392
17,392

13,541
13,541

General Law

Los Angeles County (88)


Agoura Hills
Alhambra
Arcadia
Artesia
Avalon
Azusa
Baldwin Park
Bell
Bell Gardens
Bellflower
Beverly Hills

21,610
87,976
54,899
16,823
3,213
46,116
78,367
37,581
45,198
75,057
34,864

20,537
85,804
53,054
16,380
3,127
44,712
75,837
36,664
44,054
72,878
33,784

General Law
Chartered
Chartered
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law

County/City
(Number of Cities)
Bradbury
Burbank
Calabasas
Carson
Cerritos
Claremont
Commerce
Compton
Covina
Cudahy
Culver City
Diamond Bar
Downey
Duarte
El Monte
El Segundo
Gardena
Glendale
Glendora
Hawaiian Gardens
Hawthorne
Hermosa Beach
Hidden Hills
Huntington Park
Industry
Inglewood
Irwindale
La Canada Flintridge
La Habra Heights
La Mirada
La Puente
La Verne
Lakewood
Lancaster
Lawndale
Lomita
Long Beach
Los Angeles
Lynwood
Malibu
Manhattan Beach
Maywood
Monrovia
Montebello
Monterey Park
Norwalk
Palmdale
Palos Verdes Estates
Paramount
Pasadena
Pico Rivera
Pomona
Rancho Palos Verdes
Redondo Beach

Estimated
Population
June 30, 2002
894
102,835
20,730
93,181
53,143
35,551
12,965
95,926
48,114
25,130
39,829
58,089
110,441
22,107
119,474
16,491
59,836
200,157
50,835
15,302
86,371
19,175
1,959
62,909
790
115,089
1,479
20,946
5,935
47,935
42,153
32,512
81,376
123,147
32,491
20,593
473,131
3,807,397
71,765
13,048
35,475
28,813
37,960
63,750
62,629
106,650
123,717
13,757
56,710
138,839
65,168
153,939
42,322
65,656

2000 Federal
Census
855
100,316
20,033
89,730
51,488
33,998
12,568
93,493
46,837
24,208
38,816
56,287
107,323
21,486
115,965
16,033
57,746
194,973
49,415
14,779
84,112
18,566
1,875
61,348
777
112,580
1,446
20,318
5,712
46,783
41,063
31,638
79,345
118,718
31,711
20,046
461,522
3,694,820
69,845
12,575
33,852
28,083
36,929
62,150
60,051
103,298
116,670
13,340
55,266
133,936
63,428
149,473
41,145
63,261

Class
General Law
Chartered
General Law
General Law
Chartered
General Law
General Law
Chartered
General Law
General Law
Chartered
General Law
Chartered
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
Chartered
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
Chartered
Chartered
Chartered
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
Chartered
Chartered
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
Chartered
General Law
Chartered
General Law
Chartered

Table 2. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Alphabetical List of Cities by County Showing Population Data and Class
County/City
(Number of Cities)
Los Angeles County (88) (continued)
Rolling Hills
Rolling Hills Estates
Rosemead
San Dimas
San Fernando
San Gabriel
San Marino
Santa Clarita
Santa Fe Springs
Santa Monica
Sierra Madre
Signal Hill
South El Monte
South Gate
South Pasadena
Temple City
Torrance
Vernon
Walnut
West Covina
West Hollywood
Westlake Village
Whittier
Los Angeles County Total

Estimated
Population
June 30, 2002

2000 Federal
Census

Class

1,916
7,918
55,289
35,947
24,230
40,950
13,281
158,289
17,942
87,954
10,855
9,933
21,715
99,172
24,952
34,328
142,072
93
30,896
109,083
36,798
8,584
85,610
8,796,127

1,871
7,676
53,505
34,980
23,564
39,804
12,945
151,088
17,438
84,084
10,578
9,333
21,144
96,375
24,292
33,377
137,946
91
30,004
105,080
35,716
8,368
83,680
8,531,801

General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
Chartered
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
Chartered
Chartered
Chartered
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
Chartered

14,359
46,161
60,520

11,127
43,207
54,334

General Law
General Law

2,145
9,425
7,356
12,078
13,704
48,754
2,353
12,409
56,657
7,380
8,748
181,009

2,125
9,100
7,319
12,014
13,600
47,630
2,329
12,378
56,063
7,330
8,666
178,554

General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
Chartered
General Law
General Law

Mendocino County (4)


Fort Bragg
Point Arena
Ukiah
Willits
Mendocino County Total

7,099
480
15,677
5,097
28,353

7,026
474
15,497
5,073
28,070

General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law

Merced County (6)


Atwater

24,040

23,113

General Law

Madera County (2)


Chowchilla
Madera
Madera County Total
Marin County (11)
Belvedere
Corte Madera
Fairfax
Larkspur
Mill Valley
Novato
Ross
San Anselmo
San Rafael
Sausalito
Tiburon
Marin County Total

County/City
(Number of Cities)

Estimated
Population
June 30, 2002

Dos Palos
Gustine
Livingston
Los Banos
Merced
Merced County Total

4,662
4,988
10,830
28,172
66,059
138,751

4,581
4,698
10,473
25,869
63,893
132,627

General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
Chartered

Modoc County (1)


Alturas
Modoc County Total

2,842
2,842

2,892
2,892

General Law

Mono County (1)


Mammoth Lakes
Mono County Total

7,424
7,424

7,093
7,093

General Law

Monterey County (12)


Carmel-By-The-Sea
Del Rey Oaks
Gonzales
Greenfield
King City
Marina
Monterey
Pacific Grove
Salinas
Sand City
Seaside
Soledad
Monterey County Total

4,084
1,646
8,059
12,716
11,236
23,828
29,792
15,507
148,425
267
32,204
21,942
309,706

4,081
1,650
7,525
12,583
11,094
25,101
29,674
15,522
151,060
261
31,696
11,263
301,510

General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
Chartered
Chartered
Chartered
Chartered
General Law
General Law

Napa County (5)


American Canyon
Calistoga
Napa
St. Helena
Yountville
Napa County Total

11,270
5,229
74,116
6,019
4,045
100,679

9,774
5,190
72,585
5,950
2,916
96,415

General Law
General Law
Chartered
General Law
General Law

Nevada County (3)


Grass Valley
Nevada City
Truckee
Nevada County Total

12,007
3,048
14,746
29,801

10,922
3,001
13,864
27,787

Chartered
General Law
General Law

Orange County (34)


Aliso Viejo
Anaheim
Brea
Buena Park
Costa Mesa
Cypress
Dana Point
Fountain Valley
Fullerton
Garden Grove

62,817
334,666
36,857
79,753
110,720
47,263
35,990
55,886
129,317
168,642

328,014
35,410
78,282
108,724
46,229
35,110
54,978
126,003
165,196

2000 Federal
Census

Class

Chartered
General Law
General Law
General Law
Chartered
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law

10

Table 2. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Alphabetical List of Cities by County Showing Population Data and Class
County/City
(Number of Cities)
Orange County (34) (continued)
Huntington Beach
Irvine
La Habra
La Palma
Laguna Beach
Laguna Hills
Laguna Niguel
Laguna Woods
Lake Forest
Los Alamitos
Mission Viejo
Newport Beach
Orange
Placentia
Rancho Santa Margarita
San Clemente
San Juan Capistrano
Santa Ana
Seal Beach
Stanton
Tustin
Villa Park
Westminster
Yorba Linda
Orange County Total

Estimated
Population
June 30, 2002

2000 Federal
Census

Class

194,584
157,499
60,702
15,845
24,313
33,811
63,541
16,777
76,596
11,718
98,268
72,522
132,947
48,319
48,478
54,919
34,708
343,707
24,675
38,085
69,078
6,164
89,683
60,806
2,839,656

189,594
143,072
58,974
15,408
23,727
31,178
61,891
16,507
58,707
11,536
93,102
70,032
128,821
46,488
47,214
49,936
33,826
337,977
24,157
37,403
67,504
5,999
88,207
58,918
2,678,124

Chartered
Chartered
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
Chartered
General Law
Chartered
General Law
Chartered
General Law
General Law
General Law
Chartered
Chartered
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law

12,287
1,647
17,713
6,152
41,098
85,533
164,430

12,462
1,496
11,205
6,260
36,330
79,921
147,674

General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
Chartered

Plumas County (1)


Portola
Plumas County Total

2,206
2,206

2,227
2,227

General Law

Riverside County (24)


Banning
Beaumont
Blythe
Calimesa
Canyon Lake
Cathedral City
Coachella
Corona
Desert Hot Springs
Hemet
Indian Wells
Indio
La Quinta

24,640
12,205
21,222
7,272
10,345
45,417
24,282
133,966
16,886
61,497
4,348
52,187
28,715

23,562
11,384
12,155
7,139
9,952
42,647
22,724
124,966
16,582
58,812
3,816
49,116
23,694

General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law

Placer County (6)


Auburn
Colfax
Lincoln
Loomis
Rocklin
Roseville
Placer County Total

County/City
(Number of Cities)
Lake Elsinore
Moreno Valley
Murrieta
Norco
Palm Desert
Palm Springs
Perris
Rancho Mirage
Riverside
San Jacinto
Temecula
Riverside County Total

Estimated
Population
June 30, 2002

2000 Federal
Census

Class

31,056
146,435
51,630
24,899
42,863
43,715
37,510
14,345
269,402
25,290
72,715
1,202,842

28,928
142,381
44,282
24,157
41,155
42,807
36,189
13,249
255,166
23,779
57,716
1,116,358

General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
Chartered
General Law
General Law
Chartered
General Law
General Law

Sacramento County (6)


Citrus Heights
Elk Grove
Folsom
Galt
Isleton
Sacramento
Sacramento County Total

87,362
81,350
60,756
21,311
840
426,013
677,632

85,071

51,884
19,472
828
407,018
564,273

General Law
General Law
Chartered
General Law
General Law
Chartered

San Benito County (2)


Hollister
San Juan Bautista
San Benito County Total

36,338
1,597
37,935

34,413
1,549
35,962

General Law
General Law

18,673
56,820
22,154
5,696
68,770
70,952
49,079
139,136
11,915
65,143
45,787
19,636
33,856
5,126
162,268
137,119
65,984
94,778
189,815
27,589
70,493
69,339
43,515
17,447
1,491,090

18,130
54,239
21,119
5,438
67,168
66,787
47,662
128,929
11,626
62,582
44,605
18,681
33,049
4,830
158,007
127,743
63,591
91,873
185,401
14,764
68,393
64,029
41,207
16,865
1,416,718

Chartered
General Law
General Law
Chartered
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
Chartered
General Law
Chartered
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
Chartered
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law

San Bernardino County (24)


Adelanto
Apple Valley
Barstow
Big Bear Lake
Chino
Chino Hills
Colton
Fontana
Grand Terrace
Hesperia
Highland
Loma Linda
Montclair
Needles
Ontario
Rancho Cucamonga
Redlands
Rialto
San Bernardino
Twentynine Palms
Upland
Victorville
Yucaipa
Yucca Valley
San Bernardino County Total

Table 2. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Alphabetical List of Cities by County Showing Population Data and Class
County/City
(Number of Cities)
San Diego County (18)
Carlsbad
Chula Vista
Coronado
Del Mar
El Cajon
Encinitas
Escondido
Imperial Beach
La Mesa
Lemon Grove
National City
Oceanside
Poway
San Diego
San Marcos
Santee
Solana Beach
Vista
San Diego County Total

Estimated
Population
June 30, 2002

2000 Federal
Census

Class

88,013
190,949
25,939
4,499
96,530
59,950
136,956
27,524
55,643
25,329
58,107
167,240
49,658
1,255,742
60,795
53,658
13,280
92,071
2,461,883

78,247
173,556
24,100
4,389
94,869
58,014
133,559
26,992
54,749
24,918
54,260
161,029
48,044
1,223,400
54,977
52,975
12,979
89,857
2,370,914

San Francisco County (1)


San Francisco
San Francisco County Total

793,633
793,633

776,733
776,733

Chartered

San Joaquin County (7)


Escalon
Lathrop
Lodi
Manteca
Ripon
Stockton
Tracy
San Joaquin County Total

6,358
11,586
59,431
54,975
11,155
253,800
65,643
462,948

5,963
10,445
56,999
49,258
10,146
243,771
56,929
433,511

General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
Chartered
General Law

San Luis Obispo County (7)


Arroyo Grande
Atascadero
El Paso De Robles
Grover Beach
Morro Bay
Pismo Beach
San Luis Obispo
San Luis Obispo County Total

16,294
26,982
25,812
13,132
10,510
8,672
44,426
145,828

15,851
26,411
24,297
13,067
10,350
8,551
44,174
142,701

General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
Chartered

7,222
25,255
3,656
28,413
1,206
104,407
31,117
28,923

7,194
25,123
3,597
28,158
1,191
103,621
29,506
28,803

General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law

San Mateo County (20)


Atherton
Belmont
Brisbane
Burlingame
Colma
Daly City
East Palo Alto
Foster City

General Law
Chartered
General Law
Chartered
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
Chartered
Chartered
General Law
General Law
General Law

County/City
(Number of Cities)

Estimated
Population
June 30, 2002

2000 Federal
Census

Class

Half Moon Bay


Hillsborough
Menlo Park
Millbrae
Pacifica
Portola Valley
Redwood City
San Bruno
San Carlos
San Mateo
South San Francisco
Woodside
San Mateo County Total

12,169
10,975
31,047
20,814
38,754
4,507
76,325
40,334
27,892
94,057
60,981
5,388
653,442

11,842
10,825
30,785
20,718
38,390
4,462
75,402
40,165
27,718
92,482
60,552
5,352
645,886

General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
Chartered
General Law
General Law
Chartered
General Law
General Law

Santa Barbara County (8)


Buellton
Carpinteria
Goleta
Guadalupe
Lompoc
Santa Barbara
Santa Maria
Solvang
Santa Barbara County Total

3,984
14,434
47,106
6,092
41,671
90,696
80,511
5,444
289,938

3,828
14,194

5,659
41,103
92,325
77,423
5,332
239,864

General Law
General Law

Santa Clara County (15)


Campbell
Cupertino
Gilroy
Los Altos
Los Altos Hills
Los Gatos
Milpitas
Monte Sereno
Morgan Hill
Mountain View
Palo Alto
San Jose
Santa Clara
Saratoga
Sunnyvale
Santa Clara County Total

38,401
52,235
43,935
27,870
8,007
28,928
63,768
3,520
34,785
71,610
60,487
917,971
104,306
30,444
132,825
1,619,092

38,138
50,546
41,464
27,693
7,902
28,592
62,698
3,483
33,556
70,708
58,598
894,943
102,361
29,843
131,760
1,582,285

General Law
General Law
Chartered
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
Chartered
Chartered
Chartered
Chartered
General Law
Chartered

Santa Cruz County (4)


Capitola
Santa Cruz
Scotts Valley
Watsonville
Santa Cruz County Total

10,173
55,085
11,600
47,936
124,794

10,033
54,593
11,385
44,265
120,276

General Law
Chartered
General Law
Chartered

9,333
84,560
9,388

9,022
80,865
9,008

General Law
General Law
General Law

Shasta County (3)


Anderson
Redding
Shasta Lake

General Law
General Law
Chartered
General Law
General Law

11

12

Table 2. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Alphabetical List of Cities by County Showing Population Data and Class
County/City
(Number of Cities)
Shasta County Total
Sierra County (1)
Loyalton
Sierra County Total

Estimated
Population
June 30, 2002
103,281

2000 Federal
Census

Class

98,895

845
845

862
862

General Law

882
1,908
776
660
1,452
3,646
1,015
3,004
7,259
20,602

886
1,923
781
660
1,456
3,621
1,020
2,978
7,290
20,615

General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law

Solano County (7)


Benicia
Dixon
Fairfield
Rio Vista
Suisun City
Vacaville
Vallejo
Solano County Total

27,016
16,150
100,226
5,343
26,635
92,256
118,618
386,244

26,865
16,103
96,178
4,571
26,118
88,625
116,760
375,220

General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
Chartered

Sonoma County (9)


Cloverdale
Cotati
Healdsburg
Petaluma
Rohnert Park
Santa Rosa
Sebastopol
Sonoma
Windsor
Sonoma County Total

7,381
6,861
11,522
56,087
42,467
152,898
7,858
9,388
24,268
318,730

6,831
6,471
10,722
54,548
42,236
147,595
7,774
9,128
22,744
308,049

General Law
General Law
General Law
Chartered
General Law
Chartered
General Law
General Law
General Law

Stanislaus County (9)


Ceres
Hughson
Modesto
Newman
Oakdale
Patterson
Riverbank
Turlock
Waterford
Stanislaus County Total

35,656
4,231
198,633
7,538
16,218
13,027
17,004
59,367
7,165
358,839

34,609
3,980
188,856
7,093
15,503
11,606
15,826
55,810
6,924
340,207

General Law
General Law
Chartered
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law

6,445
47,185

6,229
36,758

General Law
General Law

Siskiyou County (9)


Dorris
Dunsmuir
Etna
Fort Jones
Montague
Mt. Shasta
Tulelake
Weed
Yreka
Siskiyou County Total

Sutter County (2)


Live Oak
Yuba City

County/City
(Number of Cities)

Estimated
Population
June 30, 2002

2000 Federal
Census

Class

Sutter County Total

53,630

42,987

Tehama County (3)


Corning
Red Bluff
Tehama
Tehama County Total

6,766
13,349
432
20,547

6,741
13,147
432
20,320

General Law
General Law
General Law

17,503
9,456
9,022
10,384
41,009
45,295
95,812
6,843
235,324

16,844
9,168
8,737
10,297
39,615
43,994
91,565
6,651
226,871

General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
Chartered
Chartered
Chartered
General Law

4,537
4,537

4,423
4,423

General Law

Ventura County (10)


Camarillo
Fillmore
Moorpark
Ojai
Oxnard
Port Hueneme
San Buenaventura
Santa Paula
Simi Valley
Thousand Oaks
Ventura County Total

59,487
14,400
33,032
7,913
182,027
21,854
102,346
28,732
115,533
120,975
686,299

57,077
13,643
31,415
7,862
170,358
21,845
100,916
28,598
111,351
117,005
660,070

General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law
Chartered
General Law
General Law
General Law

Yolo County (4)


Davis
West Sacramento
Winters
Woodland
Yolo County Total

63,324
34,495
6,290
50,370
154,479

60,308
31,615
6,125
49,151
147,199

General Law
General Law
General Law
General Law

Yuba County (2)


Marysville
Wheatland
Yuba County Total

12,281
2,336
14,617

12,268
2,275
14,543

Chartered
General Law

28,741,136

27,502,319

Tulare County (8)


Dinuba
Exeter
Farmersville
Lindsay
Porterville
Tulare
Visalia
Woodlake
Tulare County Total
Tuolumne County (1)
Sonora
Tuolumne County Total

State Total (477)

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02


Statement of Revenues
Adelanto (San Bernardino County)
Functional Revenues
General Revenues

Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

317,787

609,825

71,198

1,038,757

30,113
524,823
41,955
23,207

Total Revenues
$

71,198

1,038,757
317,787
30,113
524,823
41,955
23,207

609,825

Functional Revenues
$

627,898

Agoura Hills (Los Angeles County)


General Revenues
$

1,740,368

3,227,133

782,920
551,945
58,429
149,978

Total Revenues
$

1,740,368

3,227,133
627,898
782,920
551,945
58,429
149,978

188,477
6,312

31,671

188,477
37,983

425,362

425,362

26,914
53,933

36,044

26,914
89,977

124,418

53,865

124,418
53,865

151
192,674

66,600
1,851

66,751
194,525

203,031

266,405
22,085

469,436
22,085

313,144
334,813

62,922

1,014,358
1,091

437

1,014,358
1,091
313,144
335,250

62,922

391,894
204,784

723,446

1,151,485
20,871

491

1,151,485
20,871
391,894
205,275

723,446

15,550
14,119

89,518

1,439,248

71,151
842,996
7,419,712

15,550
14,119

89,518

1,439,248

71,151
842,996
7,419,712

342,888

107,515

381,280

386,091

342,888

107,515

381,280

386,091

643,333
152,629

643,333
152,629

111,277

90,719

90,719
111,277

11,999,246

3,678,067

15,677,313

4,029,884

8,116,694

12,146,578

13

14

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account

Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

894,504

303,965

Alameda (Alameda County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

14,896,450

294,105
6,743,568

721,118
4,367,071
1,560,004
2,171,705
7,813,314
391,647

14,896,450
894,504
294,105
6,743,568

721,118
4,367,071
1,560,004
2,171,705
7,813,314
695,612

Functional Revenues
$

1,141,826

499,724

Albany (Alameda County)


General Revenues
$

2,196,951

61,207
1,410,461

2,136,855
404,631
810,357
1,263,434

Total Revenues
$

2,196,951
1,141,826
61,207
1,410,461

2,136,855
404,631
810,357
1,263,434
499,724

1,311,384

1,311,384

251,417

507,966
670,143

251,417

507,966
670,143

1,236,972
1,092

1,236,972
1,092

183,548
29,137

183,548
29,137

493,196
213,976

200,756

493,196
414,732

95,138
29,273

252,380

95,138
281,653

1,721,758
389,607

1,687,026

3,408,784
389,607

459,570
116,993

225,215

684,785
116,993

15,694
1,273,642
6,420,467
914,392
2,010,738

4,475,382
222,911

176,655

4,475,382
238,605
1,273,642
6,597,122
914,392
2,010,738

22,853
322,064
545,925

357,371

935,178
31,080

100,326

935,178
53,933
322,064
646,251

357,371

931,012
435,140
1,486,919
1,237,397
5,223,207
208,722
446,007
1,096,126
5,372,947

38,474,925

2,204,224
1,047,612
3,878,640

931,012
435,140
1,486,919
1,237,397
5,223,207
208,722
446,007
1,096,126
5,372,947

38,474,925

2,204,224
1,047,612
3,878,640

133,294

376,819
20,537
1,505,843
82,955

281,038

162,496

133,294

376,819
20,537
1,505,843
82,955

281,038

162,496

227,070
794,403
778,603

79,749
606,918
21,829

306,819
1,401,321
800,432

3,059

31,373

3,059

31,373

81,044,341

46,430,208

127,474,549

7,830,362

9,828,075

17,658,437

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

2,052,592

Alhambra (Los Angeles County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

4,752,635

192,383
10,673,161

238,446
1,043,788
1,472,091
195,830
4,039,419
28,000

4,752,635

192,383
10,673,161
2,052,592
238,446
1,043,788
1,472,091
195,830
4,039,419
28,000

Functional Revenues
$

Aliso Viejo (Orange County)


General Revenues
$

321,058

2,212,919

669,607

Total Revenues
$

321,058

2,212,919

669,607

2,223,831
698,933
2,218,910

2,223,831
698,933
2,218,910

784,295
380,561

784,295
380,561

420,592

6,635

420,592
6,635

1,367,786

47,652

1,367,786
47,652

132,565

132,565

1,185,425
672,942

624,535
113,893

1,809,960
786,835

49,276
30,000

49,276
30,000

1,829,707
3,779,474
4,664,000
3,674,604

5,283,438
67,448

129,134

5,283,438
67,448
1,829,707
3,908,608
4,664,000
3,674,604

1,062,626
156,399
449,262
30,000

3,107,734

1,623

3,107,734

1,062,626
158,022
449,262
30,000

463,601
124,049
977,793
125,148
983,010
6,479,178

502,905
1,732,752
8,582,569

214,808
465,226
300,382

463,601
124,049
977,793
125,148
983,010
6,479,178

502,905
1,732,752
8,582,569

214,808
465,226
300,382

7,034
408,515

956,631

59,389

956,631
7,034
467,904

75,066

75,066

46,900,030

29,917,873

76,817,903

2,118,879

6,606,483

8,725,362

15

16

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account

Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Alturas (Modoc County)


General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

241,576

447,630

82,701
34,756
11,531
4,339

241,576

447,630

82,701
34,756
11,531
4,339

Functional Revenues
$

Amador (Amador County)


General Revenues
$

17,044

19,482
12,224

17,585
2,546
12,127
273

3,865

Total Revenues
$

17,044

19,482
12,224

17,585
2,546
12,127
273

3,865

6,106
7,423

6,106
7,423

14,116

14,116

4,972

4,972

20,982

8,869

29,851

13,496

4,235
11,358

17,731
11,358

57,110
458,950

114,714

155,844
5,219

69

155,844
5,219
57,110
459,019

114,714

14,857

9,895
379

9,895
379

14,862

3,654

342,344

15,689

631,594

250

3,654

342,344

15,689

631,594

250

60,011

675

60,011

675

37,500

37,500

173

976

1,149

1,696,316

1,006,650

2,702,966

94,184

111,994

206,178

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

American Canyon (Napa County)


General Revenues

93,686

2,694,818

Total Revenues
$

2,232,134

10,159
1,278,238

152,913
97,068
156,779

2,232,134

10,159
1,278,238
93,686

152,913
97,068
156,779

2,694,818

Functional Revenues
$

719,702

10,810,809

Anaheim (Orange County)


General Revenues
$

21,402,072

327,631
51,551,849

57,779,605
2,103,066
5,458,299
1,002,174

Total Revenues
$

21,402,072
719,702
327,631
51,551,849
10,810,809
57,779,605
2,103,066
5,458,299
1,002,174

368,096

368,096

1,754,315

23,221
3,151,381

1,754,315

23,221
3,151,381

835,774
21,113

835,774
21,113

2,362,030
648,096

2,362,030
648,096

36,146

32,332

36,146
32,332

1,661,778
980,389

1,107,666

1,661,778
2,088,055

836,770
33,633

239,871
57,975

1,076,641
91,608

16,097,300
1,460,865

5,363,933

21,461,233
1,460,865

216,204
242,022

358,906

725,774
24,911

33,086

725,774
24,911
216,204
275,108

358,906

7,026,641
6,725,100
6,266,175
56,504,928

18,751,060
313,896

292,999

4,127,059

18,751,060
313,896
7,026,641
7,018,099
6,266,175
56,504,928
4,127,059

366,116

18,473
1,633,907

142,428

2,887,709

4,648

22,005

366,116

18,473
1,633,907

142,428

2,887,709

4,648

22,005

4,447,803
1,138,785
1,100,636
292,609

41,862,957

1,746,661
5,739,000
41,845,000
300,474,000

8,467,379
22,376,261

4,447,803
1,138,785
1,100,636
292,609

41,862,957

1,746,661
5,739,000
41,845,000
300,474,000

8,467,379
22,376,261

7,962,391

5,076
15,811

5,076
7,978,202

366,396
160,254
30,231,625

366,396
160,254
30,231,625

178,705,000

178,705,000

18,774,845

5,062,127

23,836,972

755,147,096

169,581,309

924,728,405

17

18

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account

Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

22,802

300,808

Anderson (Shasta County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

587,605

898
1,276,712

186,968
210,897
38,943
27,045

49,712

587,605

898
1,276,712
22,802
186,968
210,897
38,943
27,045

350,520

Functional Revenues
$

Angels (Calaveras County)


General Revenues
$

263,522

479
589,970

308,743
56,828
20,647

3,939

Total Revenues
$

263,522

479
589,970

308,743
56,828
20,647

3,939

148,180

148,180

90,873
3,797

90,873
3,797

95,098

95,098

19,191
68,412

8,384

19,191
76,796

70,252
14,169

78,656

148,908
14,169

272,567
300

9,003
650

281,570
950

141,471
1,539,917
438,852
272,254

511,947
12,604

34,709

511,947
12,604
141,471
1,574,626
438,852
272,254

72,213
1,888,249
25,825
477,788

176,846
5,793

74

176,846
5,793
72,213
1,888,323
25,825
477,788

32,051
18,332

21,267
1,033,813

114,577

886,259

1,207,100
443,977

32,051
18,332

21,267
1,033,813

114,577

886,259

1,207,100
443,977

50,312
11,090
224,139
1,015,054

875

1,028,418

55,448
317

50,312
11,090
224,139
1,015,054

875

1,028,418

55,448
317

2,070

15,179

536,447

2,070

551,626

10,444
216,618

37,162

10,444
253,780

1,517,918

1,517,918

1,072,403

1,072,403

8,275,341

3,561,527

11,836,868

6,665,338

1,473,656

8,138,994

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

1,224,334

Antioch (Contra Costa County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

5,267,688

352,820
8,476,570

459,822
2,008,176
946,651
628,080

858

5,267,688

352,820
8,476,570
1,224,334
459,822
2,008,176
946,651
628,080

858

Functional Revenues
$

Apple Valley (San Bernardino County)


General Revenues

1,024,606

1,699,057

2,743,372

2,606,767

8,420
793,245
130,415

Total Revenues
2,743,372

2,606,767
1,024,606
8,420
793,245
130,415

1,699,057

2,631,422

2,631,422

1,868,094
445,455

1,868,094
445,455

38,387
592,509

38,387
592,509

426,087
54,038

426,087
54,038

116,380

116,380

2,322,392
714,408

2,322,392
714,408

776,844

776,844

1,767,999
545,135
75,384
1,665,824

5,237,186
105,206

914,911

5,237,186
105,206
1,767,999
1,460,046
75,384
1,665,824

1,160,205
143,926
749,564
978,864

3,130,712
57,061

1,460
350,023

3,130,712
57,061
1,160,205
145,386
1,099,587
978,864

640,556
593,224

588,829
2,799,681

1,754,712

22,381,595

2,320

2,143,157

640,556
593,224

588,829
2,799,681

1,754,712

22,381,595

2,320

2,143,157

2,184,770
5,687,646

453,939

2,184,770
5,687,646

453,939

5,343,065
10,246,747

5,343,065
10,246,747

605,955

1,614,405

2,220,360

6,300,000

6,300,000

66,534,458

24,397,968

90,932,426

16,096,272

11,552,260

27,648,532

19

20

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account

Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

517,743

1,447,536

34,495

Arcadia (Los Angeles County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

5,252,060

1,517,782
7,072,890

1,699,962
763,279
858,564
34,759
4,338,931

5,252,060
517,743
1,517,782
7,072,890
1,447,536
1,699,962
763,279
858,564
34,759
4,338,931
34,495

Functional Revenues
$

418,766

5,172

Arcata (Humboldt County)


General Revenues
$

479,562

107
1,615,672

596,877
212,934
104,676
23,328
516,667

Total Revenues
$

479,562

107
1,615,672
418,766
596,877
212,934
104,676
23,328
516,667
5,172

371,374

371,374

1,149,403
131,968

9,131

1,149,403
141,099

108,543
5,175

44,258

108,543
49,433

392,931

97,636

392,931
97,636

73,412

180,582

73,412
180,582

1,874,761

3,281,935
196,840

5,156,696
196,840

403,934
84,762

27,327

431,261
84,762

6,682
1,024,708
423,536

1,790,437

3,029,134
51,103

24,647

3,029,134
57,785
1,024,708
448,183

1,790,437

299,121
1,864,711
379,007
501,345

930,254
6,455

27,382

930,254
6,455
299,121
1,892,093
379,007
501,345

796,118
302,590
629,154
215,815
668,168
290,984

341,565

8,887,544

88,890
380,927
207,459

796,118
302,590
629,154
215,815
668,168
290,984

341,565

8,887,544

88,890
380,927
207,459

77,169

1,928,811
2,354,278

183,980

1,769,439

95,776

258,391

77,169

1,928,811
2,354,278

183,980

1,769,439

95,776

258,391

421,841

79,235
25,000
67,455

79,235
25,000
489,296

143,000

799,709

22,318

143,000

822,027

22,396,629

28,400,343

50,796,972

11,754,501

4,788,399

16,542,900

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Arroyo Grande (San Luis Obispo County)
Functional Revenues
General Revenues
Total Revenues

Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

5,800

276,683

51,395

2,260,999

2,267
2,989,920

347,564
443,004
55,158
121,956

2,260,999
5,800
2,267
2,989,920
276,683
347,564
443,004
55,158
121,956

51,395

Functional Revenues
$

214,835

Artesia (Los Angeles County)


General Revenues
$

542,646

2,218,679

145,020
234,665
285,077
40,810

Total Revenues
$

542,646

2,218,679
214,835
145,020
234,665
285,077
40,810

67,936
25,374

1,375,665

67,936
25,374

1,375,665

130,714

130,714

415,109
21,659

415,109
21,659

429,682

429,682

77,367

49,817

77,367
49,817

297,295

297,295

316,198

49,156
126,742

365,354
126,742

105,996
222,462

105,996
222,462

287,132
896,134
46
184,491

900,718
35,877

24,568

900,718
35,877
287,132
920,702
46
184,491

283,087
497,891

641,865

932,022
7,043

435

932,022
7,043
283,087
498,326

641,865

147,975
13,270
43,729
66,995
621,617

9,278
524,599

3,249,119

15,440

83,653

147,975
13,270
43,729
66,995
621,617

9,278
524,599

3,249,119

15,440

83,653

44,930

624,415

60,367

44,930

624,415

60,367

138,400

7,824

272,389

7,824

410,789

266,777

203,116

266,777

203,116

8,915,064

7,687,959

16,603,023

3,225,081

5,204,748

8,429,829

21

22

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account

Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Arvin (Kern County)


General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

96,959

732
401,731

454,879
11,123
5,008

96,959

732
401,731

454,879
11,123
5,008

Functional Revenues
$

Atascadero (San Luis Obispo County)


General Revenues

397,029

2,999,261

3,441,717

260,526
669,840
149,570
114,372

24,041

Total Revenues
$

2,999,261

3,441,717
397,029
260,526
669,840
149,570
114,372

24,041

33,464
11,515

33,464
11,515

219,812
4,215

390

219,812
4,605

533,979
585,395

11,091

533,979
596,486

64,970
7,662

64,970
7,662

65,712

18,463

65,712
18,463

3,016
8,864

54,290
5,415

57,306
14,279

370,221

467,107
109,227

837,328
109,227

210,343
508,098
203,265
1,591,366

748,620
1,690

318

748,620
1,690
210,343
508,416
203,265
1,591,366

476,001
1,800,706

90,537

1,500,435
46,957

22,714

1,500,435
46,957
476,001
1,823,420

90,537

20,511

288,789

11,228

20,511

288,789

11,228

378,180
41,058
174,808
40,126
1,740,191

625,595

97,700
11,555

378,180
41,058
174,808
40,126
1,740,191

625,595

97,700
11,555

3,600

79,126

82,726

573,294

114,700
869,482

114,700
1,442,776

1,068

1,068

3,191,786

1,860,281

5,052,067

8,002,087

10,819,503

18,821,590

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

216,590

1,516,170

Atherton (San Mateo County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

3,295,073

4,623
95,148

295,609
116,603
172,729

3,295,073

4,623
95,148
216,590

295,609
116,603
172,729

1,516,170

Functional Revenues
$

294,234

Atwater (Merced County)


General Revenues
$

869,682

64,906
1,576,151

61,866
382,691
131,923

54,892

Total Revenues
$

869,682

64,906
1,576,151

61,866
382,691
131,923

349,126

52,290

110,075

52,290

110,075

1,333,266
501,168

1,333,266
501,168

335,735
9,405

9,005

335,735
18,410

45,693
28,578

33,211

45,693
61,789

77,198

93,413

77,198
93,413

111,458
2,333

294,294
63,966

405,752
66,299

273,174
20,730

265,613
24,245

538,787
44,975

139,473
237,784

406,093
220,186

171

406,093
220,186
139,473
237,955

427,066
593,069
346,235
449,852

1,323,769
19,730

81,070

1,323,769
19,730
427,066
674,139
346,235
449,852

70,892
40,160

11,384

3,868

287,139

70,892
40,160

11,384

3,868

287,139

97,267

484,496
690
2,919,385
1,371,773

191,316

1,689,002

895,595
320,047

97,267

484,496
690
2,919,385
1,371,773

191,316

1,689,002

895,595
320,047

54,042
26,025

9,206

92,593

9,206
54,042
118,618

58,972

33,840
1,113
472,784

33,840
1,113
531,756

4,626,023

5,099,505

9,725,528

11,017,606

5,466,693

16,484,299

23

24

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account

Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Auburn (Placer County)


General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

214,276

505,377

Total Revenues
$

1,552,032

851
2,446,555

207,877
554,049
140,576
118,906

365,980

1,552,032
214,276
851
2,446,555
505,377
207,877
554,049
140,576
118,906

365,980

Functional Revenues
$

99,139

319,270

Avalon (Los Angeles County)


General Revenues
$

198,739

894,425

2,338,510
98,833
87,665
17,671

Total Revenues
$

198,739

894,425
99,139
2,338,510
98,833
87,665
17,671

319,270

277,428
12,008

277,428
12,008

76,995
29,132

76,995
29,132

51,573

41,058

51,573
41,058

53,189

53,189

256,783

322,679
357,534

579,462
357,534

96,512

54,080

96,512
54,080

3,420
249,977
800,776

4,563,391

691,093
28,774

691,093
32,194
249,977
800,776

4,563,391

64,223
304,444
51,916
840,474

179,377
12,252

179,377
12,252
64,223
304,444
51,916
840,474

142,934

98,033
2,759,105

403,131

24,465
116,044
114,871

142,934

98,033
2,759,105

403,131

24,465
116,044
114,871

161,591

1,263,652

4,297,439

1,058,885

145,448

161,591

1,263,652

4,297,439

1,058,885

145,448

2,934

30,941

2,934

30,941

7,497

11,514
108,579

11,514
116,076

112,060

112,060

10,739,527

6,827,964

17,567,491

8,869,806

4,001,645

12,871,451

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Avenal (Kings County)


General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

65,312

127,346

Total Revenues
$

112,772

1,644
134,301

4,313
215,607
15,850
2,576

112,772
65,312
1,644
134,301
127,346
4,313
215,607
15,850
2,576

Functional Revenues
$

864,516

Azusa (Los Angeles County)


General Revenues
$

1,760,025

416,182
4,257,902

281,158
4,216,610
2,741,106
131,526
1,677,035
430,090

Total Revenues
$

1,760,025

416,182
4,257,902

281,158
4,216,610
2,741,106
131,526
1,677,035
1,294,606

24,725

24,725

36,817
4,260

36,817
4,260

698,487
70,968

698,487
70,968

23,470

8,678

23,470
8,678

329,399
43,336

329,399
43,336

168,029

27,502
2,095

195,531
2,095

2,025,164
64,813

521,684

2,546,848
64,813

4,787
276,532
442,102

941,558

863,603
2,970

369

863,603
7,757
276,532
442,471

941,558

528,046
1,823,055

2,492,222

2,571,869
26,756

1,459,296
256,290

2,571,869
26,756
528,046
3,282,351
256,290
2,492,222

4,740
138,630

809,187
1,092,994

4,063

1,842,100

360,833

4,740
138,630

809,187
1,092,994

4,063

1,842,100

360,833

320,445
42,554

55,617
1,275,543
2,127,963

232,867

15,022,801
44,001,026

253,078

608,971

320,445
42,554

55,617
1,275,543
2,127,963

232,867

15,022,801
44,001,026

253,078

608,971

367,285

135
51,969

135
419,254

29,038
613,243
2,331,413

989,341

29,038
613,243
3,320,754

6,710,045

1,444,384

8,154,429

75,879,290

21,736,870

97,616,160

25

26

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account

Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

Bakersfield (Kern County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

20,004,179

688,403
43,227,389

5,493,486
5,909,986
2,123,484
671,230

740,686

20,004,179

688,403
43,227,389

5,493,486
5,909,986
2,123,484
671,230

740,686

Functional Revenues
$

75,877

Baldwin Park (Los Angeles County)


General Revenues
$

1,661,904

90,743
3,409,946

247,044
1,046,854
385,680
102,713
2,084,119

Total Revenues
$

1,661,904

90,743
3,409,946

247,044
1,046,854
385,680
102,713
2,084,119
75,877

1,638,563

1,638,563

1,390,162

1,390,162

2,529,329
317,069

2,529,329
317,069

438,795
70,932

438,795
70,932

830,594
907,074

847,132

830,594
1,754,206

415,625
18,947

4,205

415,625
23,152

3,223,757
4,878,729

2,498,412
7,699

5,722,169
4,886,428

211,811

116,529
42,207

328,340
42,207

3,784,182
3,730,413
349,817
9,240,738

13,920,525
343,450

791,321
2,575

13,920,525
343,450
3,784,182
4,521,734
352,392
9,240,738

1,308,696
522,451
920,408
3,702,235

4,346,590
28,318

91,782

4,346,590
28,318
1,308,696
614,233
920,408
3,702,235

2,328,185
643,389
1,180,544
661,170
23,437,276
24,373,369
84,876
449,066

14,657,569

105,968

3,465,341
5,915,356

2,328,185
643,389
1,180,544
661,170
23,437,276
24,373,369
84,876
449,066

14,657,569

105,968

3,465,341
5,915,356

417,118
191,113

93,801

215,383

478,696

343,399

417,118
191,113

93,801

215,383

478,696

343,399

356,943

2,478,086

163,754
2,054,093
248,071

520,697
2,054,093
2,726,157

152,396

1,136,668
275,300

1,136,668
427,696

4,930,000

4,930,000

116,497,403

99,735,875

216,233,278

10,967,845

15,070,602

26,038,447

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

995,205

827,063

Banning (Riverside County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

1,401,492

2,203,726

151,008
542,763
138,678
79,067

1,401,492

2,203,726
995,205
151,008
542,763
138,678
79,067

827,063

Functional Revenues
$

2,619,083

63,121

Barstow (San Bernardino County)


General Revenues
$

714,694

7,618
4,263,776

1,279,377
727,873
177,937
23,986

Total Revenues
$

714,694

7,618
4,263,776
2,619,083
1,279,377
727,873
177,937
23,986

63,121

30,690

30,690

468,550

468,550

63,732
17,402

63,732
17,402

423,218

24,290

447,508

75,077
85,530

8,887

75,077
94,417

1,268,655

186,983
6,934

1,455,638
6,934

1,339,961

212,157
2,722

1,552,118
2,722

416,884
567,994

392,388

1,348,770
32,278

16,085

1,348,770
32,278
416,884
584,079

392,388

405,537
179,831
27,186
505,748

1,209,911
15,525

246,585

1,209,911
15,525
405,537
426,416
27,186
505,748

492,581
17,173
35,146
27,687
3,008,414
1,920,101

69,468

4,669,582
21,125,775

197,702

125,308
1,489,498
252,080

492,581
17,173
35,146
27,687
3,008,414
1,920,101

69,468

4,669,582
21,125,775

197,702

125,308
1,489,498
252,080

35,409
207,110

2,371,180
2,466,564

1,203,265
186,672
1,989,834

35,409
207,110

2,371,180
2,466,564

1,203,265
186,672
1,989,834

140,304
24,259
1,497,431

6,975

191,376

147,279
24,259
1,688,807

40,642

868,539

40,642

868,539

40,483,156

6,330,425

46,813,581

14,751,423

8,891,048

23,642,471

27

28

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account

Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

772,783

Beaumont (Riverside County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

563,069

1,023,912

67,842
188,346
97,230
82,238
378,321

563,069

1,023,912
772,783
67,842
188,346
97,230
82,238
378,321

Functional Revenues
$

1,370,875

Bell (Los Angeles County)


General Revenues
$

362,392

9,675
2,111,811

222,186
392,394
531,021
35,310
2,424,716

Total Revenues
$

362,392
1,370,875
9,675
2,111,811

222,186
392,394
531,021
35,310
2,424,716

172,400

172,400

273,611
2,036

273,611
2,036

964,909
18

8,802

964,909
8,820

90,668
34,316

90,668
34,316

80,071
64,886

27,998

80,071
92,884

435,954
133,413

440,482

435,954
573,895

97,649

781,962
52,369

879,611
52,369

138,466

153,202
59,398

291,668
59,398

203,289
277,152
164,362

642,070
13,222

310

642,070
13,222
203,289
277,462
164,362

23,509
702,795
1,310,115
1,000,993
871,973

2,229,637
4,879

91,879

2,229,637
28,388
702,795
1,401,994
1,000,993
871,973

1,446,425
55,174

2,867,037
750,507

77,658

52,617
810,798
381,419

1,446,425
55,174

2,867,037
750,507

77,658

52,617
810,798
381,419

161,424
786,057

41,280
148,053
1,318,322

149,524

515,776

161,424
786,057

41,280
148,053
1,318,322

149,524

515,776

12,160,786

1,530
10,694

1,530
12,171,480

28,058

3,050

75,807

3,050

103,865

2,280,000

2,280,000

23,679,940

3,939,915

27,619,855

9,537,218

9,147,839

18,685,057

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Bell Gardens (Los Angeles County)
Functional Revenues
General Revenues

Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

572,825

388,800

Total Revenues
$

462,149

1,474,359

113,846
290,548
169,892
32,128

8,434,579

462,149

1,474,359
572,825
113,846
290,548
169,892
32,128

8,823,379

Functional Revenues
$

8,501

1,747,036

Bellflower (Los Angeles County)


General Revenues
$

1,533,199

5,523,843

505,666
1,241,641
438,995
127,288
2,818,491

Total Revenues
$

1,533,199
8,501

5,523,843
1,747,036
505,666
1,241,641
438,995
127,288
2,818,491

2,160

2,160

232,666
51,320

232,666
51,320

457,641
8,450

20,056

457,641
28,506

174,576
9,175

174,576
9,175

373,209
467,246

373,209
467,246

199,079

375,104
2,053,950

574,183
2,053,950

108,859

430,878
271,310

539,737
271,310

577,746
673,352

1,862,427

2,532,874
7,200

1,072

2,532,874
7,200
577,746
674,424

1,862,427

1,377,556
1,027,237

3,036,807

4,347,166
21,914

4,769

4,347,166
21,914
1,377,556
1,032,006

3,036,807

8,251

103,302

147,415

1,266,575

79,815

266,264

8,251

103,302

147,415

1,266,575

79,815

266,264

180,179
24,609

59,730

343,010

34,950

180,179
24,609

59,730

343,010

34,950

37,379

977,043

1,014,422

30,438
118,112
16,822

279,753
496
46,098

310,191
118,608
62,920

6,650,967

16,924,744

23,575,711

9,422,552

17,611,563

27,034,115

29

30

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account

Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

80,000

Belmont (San Mateo County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

1,784,279

181
3,782,445

1,030,750
587,196
539,472
127,465

1,784,279

181
3,782,445

1,030,750
587,196
539,472
127,465

80,000

Functional Revenues
$

Belvedere (Marin County)


General Revenues
$

1,771,780

78,725
82,303

83,258
71,034
59,118

Total Revenues
$

1,771,780

78,725
82,303

83,258
71,034
59,118

477,152

477,152

673,252
3,940

673,252
3,940

405,849
44,269

405,849
44,269

102,743

98,493

102,743
98,493

43,696

38,467

43,696
38,467

468,539
405,000

64,364

532,903
405,000

19,268

116,110
41,839

135,378
41,839

699,315
348,889
146,198
245,417

1,577,356
25,209

96,103

1,577,356
25,209
699,315
444,992
146,198
245,417

47,555
189,479

90,293

118,181
20,366

118,181
20,366
47,555
189,479

90,293

637,131
89,356

3,762,233

706,289

2,966,576
1,044

637,131
89,356

3,762,233

706,289

2,966,576
1,044

288,018
459

7,410
793,670

227,308

288,018
459

7,410
793,670

227,308

9,769
7,010

9,769
7,010

378,961

11,449

11,449

378,961

7,500,000

7,500,000

18,852,701

9,713,313

28,566,014

3,013,387

2,492,630

5,506,017

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

989,248

1,333,709

Benicia (Solano County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

9,692,104

9,675
3,698,722

205,644
1,426,737
140,847
113,219
2,648,033

9,692,104

9,675
3,698,722
989,248
205,644
1,426,737
140,847
113,219
2,648,033
1,333,709

Functional Revenues
$

12,786,942

Berkeley (Alameda County)


General Revenues
$

26,099,772

381,766
17,341,346

2,773,877
1,333,154
9,539,881
7,615,982
12,720,827

Total Revenues
$

26,099,772

381,766
17,341,346

2,773,877
1,333,154
9,539,881
7,615,982
12,720,827
12,786,942

98,342
185,253

441,173

98,342
185,253

441,173

1,898,206

2,233,285

1,898,206

2,233,285

8,833

8,833

1,671,539
1,923,033

1,671,539
1,923,033

54,935
77,149

54,935
77,149

6,502,790

6,502,790

932,116
108,982

401,060
79,468

1,333,176
188,450

6,159,577
300,779

3,557,199
132,593

9,716,776
433,372

588,014
587,421

221,962
89,148

1,520,164
157,114

639

1,520,164
157,114
588,014
588,060

221,962
89,148

102,201
1,912,376
9,426,507

36,605,153

7,335,708
319,227

488,984

7,335,708
421,428
1,912,376
9,915,491

36,605,153

25,287
128,823
35,476
111,208
5,231,917

759,088

6,136,921

202,541

592,600

25,287
128,823
35,476
111,208
5,231,917

759,088

6,136,921

202,541

592,600

1,528,535
286,370
2,756,090
403,048
12,693,862

5,339,753
1,646,612

22,652,084

1,528,535
286,370
2,756,090
403,048
12,693,862

5,339,753
1,646,612

22,652,084

59,264
(78,716)

427,645

377,360

427,645
59,264
298,644

106,736
6,124,441

2,151
73,284
82,855

2,151
180,020
6,207,296

18,920,694

20,898,431

39,819,125

135,059,919

89,798,606

224,858,525

31

32

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Beverly Hills (Los Angeles County)
Functional Revenues
General Revenues

Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

829,710

819,459
4,467

1,618,542

Total Revenues
$

19,092,518

665,855
18,070,898

14,648,226
964,099
24,976,171
534,600

170,978

19,092,518
829,710
665,855
18,070,898
819,459
14,652,693
964,099
24,976,171
534,600

1,789,520

Big Bear Lake (San Bernardino County)


Functional Revenues
General Revenues
Total Revenues
$

478,193

1,378,905

92,427
1,666,984

1,877,510
479,698
34,424
143,211

7,000

1,378,905

92,427
1,666,984
478,193
1,877,510
479,698
34,424
143,211

7,000

107,781

107,781

2,140,498
681,135

1,579,896

2,140,498
2,261,031

653,463

653,463

391,895
41,499

4,620,235

391,895
4,661,734

56,198

56,198

5,918,358
1,818

2,674,721
3,081,426

8,593,079
3,083,244

564,443

1,085,947
100,668

1,650,390
100,668

2,400
662,250
1,316,055

406,072
86,795

1,903,441
277,975

812

1,903,441
280,375
662,250
1,316,867

406,072
86,795

536,909
186,012

357,004

285,385
32,843

24,174

285,385
32,843
536,909
210,186

357,004

1,305,949
438,786
1,358,127
74,272
8,294,155
8,212,357
11,609,308
1,877,079

15,085,170

79,956

283,312

1,305,949
438,786
1,358,127
74,272
8,294,155
8,212,357
11,609,308
1,877,079

15,085,170

79,956

283,312

241,546

2,736,920

8,677,221

1,892,536

241,546

2,736,920

8,677,221

1,892,536

28,533
161,617

16,973

2,304,955

16,973
28,533
2,466,572

505,205

505,205

63,729,574

95,583,779

159,313,353

16,488,226

7,714,381

24,202,607

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Biggs (Butte County)


General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

55,403

Total Revenues
$

85,457

1,097
14,773

13,839
3,276
1,779

85,457

1,097
14,773
55,403

13,839
3,276
1,779

Functional Revenues
$

539,690

Bishop (Inyo County)


General Revenues
$

308,794

4,213
1,756,118

1,046,734
36,710
47,378
23,794

Total Revenues
$

308,794

4,213
1,756,118
539,690
1,046,734
36,710
47,378
23,794

944

944

14,477

1,080

14,477
1,080

141

141

25,348

25,348

65,059

35,760
400

100,819
400

59,066
1,800

104,738
35,393

163,804
37,193

36,141
1,340

961,687

100,418
2,442

316,354

100,418
2,442
36,141
317,694

961,687

72,036
960,079

284,930

194,939
3,341

4,818

194,939
3,341
72,036
964,897

284,930

146,852
108,847

88,650
1,269,042

146,852
108,847

88,650
1,269,042

5,625
55,354

304,230

78,555

354,312

91,282

5,625
55,354

304,230

78,555

354,312

91,282

98,427

98,427

1,823

152,516

1,823

152,516

2,832,533

575,595

3,408,128

2,848,607

3,720,566

6,569,173

33

34

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account

Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

31,663

Blue Lake (Humboldt County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

65,959

459
53,887

23,566
5,307
591

65,959

459
53,887
31,663

23,566
5,307
591

Functional Revenues
$

1,281,058

15,000

Blythe (Riverside County)


General Revenues
$

511,296

73,776
1,538,963

871,798
329,046
80,388
15,358

108,048

Total Revenues
$

511,296

73,776
1,538,963
1,281,058
871,798
329,046
80,388
15,358

123,048

135,685

135,685

10,063
793

10,063
793

119,854
3,792

1,985

119,854
5,777

3,334

2,962

3,334
2,962

30,981

34,501

30,981
34,501

55,001
13,730

7,275
109,339

62,276
123,069

8,277

222,529
374,393

230,806
374,393

27,821
223,617

234,550

62,949
1,802

27

62,949
1,802
27,821
223,644

234,550

400,653
261,156

434,253

1,111,374
11,311

492

1,111,374
11,311
400,653
261,648

434,253

4,965
3,576

399,337

36,168

192,770

1,891

4,965
3,576

399,337

36,168

192,770

1,891

99,514
12,635

2,098,639
1,267,944

49,069
475,672
1,490,917

61,506

1,007,284

99,514
12,635

2,098,639
1,267,944

49,069
475,672
1,490,917

61,506

1,007,284

6,480
190,671

52,056

6,480
242,727

1,679,995

1,115,104

2,795,099

1,436,430

386,179

1,822,609

10,933,884

6,400,362

17,334,246

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

18,450

Bradbury (Los Angeles County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

132,719

1,026

47,719
41,486
11,299

17,850

132,719

1,026

18,450

47,719
41,486
11,299

17,850

Functional Revenues
$

900,857

406,948

Brawley (Imperial County)


General Revenues
$

1,049,001

10,086
1,333,257

185,727
103,571
46,748
22,475
1,079,095

Total Revenues
$

1,049,001

10,086
1,333,257
900,857
185,727
103,571
46,748
22,475
1,079,095
406,948

69,272

69,272

105,999
31,593

5,581

105,999
37,174

41,736

7,919

41,736
7,919

3,546

88,392

91,938

599,877
29,755

599,877
29,755

18,842
100,000

51,116
1,638

100,000

51,116
1,638
18,842
100,000
100,000

406,548
824,223
41,486
3,819,807

1,288,403
20,281

548

10,507

1,288,403
20,281
406,548
824,771
41,486
3,819,807
10,507

77,362

77,362

73,619
61,786
136,772

1,355,716
1,738,493

87,721

3,560,148

77,150

30,929
1,629,774
49,223

73,619
61,786
136,772

1,355,716
1,738,493

87,721

3,560,148

77,150

30,929
1,629,774
49,223

241,957
12,240
2,347,956

967
2,250
147,462

242,924
14,490
2,495,418

287,472

493,245

780,717

18,612,313

5,313,878

23,926,191

35

36

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account

Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Brea (Orange County)


General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

1,048,581

563,091

Total Revenues
$

2,886,138

14,939,794

1,155,413
1,048,231
664,262
274,118

2,886,138
1,048,581

14,939,794
563,091
1,155,413
1,048,231
664,262
274,118

Functional Revenues
$

11,098,097

Brentwood (Contra Costa County)


General Revenues
$

2,472,727

(20,264)
2,077,403

112,031
338,692
66,810
391,088

Total Revenues
$

2,472,727

(20,264)
2,077,403

112,031
338,692
66,810
391,088

11,098,097

306,821

306,821

449,991
4,959

449,991
4,959

2,692,005
35,717

2,692,005
35,717

425,142
45,525

275,552

425,142
321,077

1,250

134,700

1,250
134,700

1,793,672
632,489

326,711

2,120,383
632,489

2,688,531
212,787

625,666
78,451

3,314,197
291,238

17,515
607,985
785,079
788,703
1,244,539

2,061,032
40,584

141,451

2,061,032
58,099
607,985
926,530
788,703
1,244,539

481,851
925,151

203,449

1,423,128
47,581

58,729
57,815

1,423,128
47,581
481,851
983,880
57,815
203,449

192,443
6,588,016
62,876
295,666
421,767
2,277,991

1,198,012

9,089,352

183,100
2,347,581

192,443
6,588,016
62,876
295,666
421,767
2,277,991

1,198,012

9,089,352

183,100
2,347,581

2,678,686
181,297

1,503,593
4,460,207
3,729,134

538,476

7,061,564

5,505,003

2,678,686
181,297

1,503,593
4,460,207
3,729,134

538,476

7,061,564

5,505,003

242,399
2,127,178

5,492

5,492
242,399
2,127,178

1,365,179
18,260,190

54,518
49,235

1,419,697
18,309,425

18,787,492
12,642,821

18,787,492
12,642,821

33,740,473

23,818,778

57,559,251

95,052,480

7,968,310

103,020,790

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

Brisbane (San Mateo County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

1,387,102

(242)
2,908,417

373,966
144,340
288,520
22,550

1,387,102

(242)
2,908,417

373,966
144,340
288,520
22,550

Functional Revenues
$

26,282

Buellton (Santa Barbara County)


General Revenues
$

455,467

1,483,061

857,859
99,354

344,571

Total Revenues
$

455,467

1,483,061
26,282
857,859
99,354

344,571

236,064
55,640

236,064
55,640

116,180
12,169

116,180
12,169

46,222
6,230

38,852

46,222
45,082

34,171

34,171

202,704

360,592
6,600

563,296
6,600

247,889

307,419
22,666

555,308
22,666

76,585
287,955
9,098

185,102
21,851

40,102
124,059

185,102
21,851
76,585
328,057
133,157

76,496
963,942
254,041

213,517
6,218

93

213,517
6,218
76,496
964,035
254,041

89,809
18,195
138,801
63,607
607,566

575,340

1,633,182

89,809
18,195
138,801
63,607
607,566

575,340

1,633,182

171,603
4,639

867,740

66,190

1,563,376

6,248

171,603
4,639

867,740

66,190

1,563,376

6,248

1,547
295,531

508

180,874

508
1,547
476,405

60,499

38,945

38,945
60,499

4,472,425

6,083,193

10,555,618

4,308,945

3,863,341

8,172,286

37

38

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account

Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

882,414

Buena Park (Orange County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

4,802,578

300,922
13,433,850

3,783,534
1,550,411
672,449
218,629
2,652,280

4,802,578

300,922
13,433,850
882,414
3,783,534
1,550,411
672,449
218,629
2,652,280

Functional Revenues
$

2,623,945

760,906

Burbank (Los Angeles County)


General Revenues
$

17,317,845

119,269
20,210,297

2,892,688
1,555,913
1,651,030
424,420
15,338,629

Total Revenues
$

17,317,845

119,269
20,210,297
2,623,945
2,892,688
1,555,913
1,651,030
424,420
15,338,629
760,906

744,632

744,632

524,605
21,179

524,605
21,179

1,182,018
314,966

1,182,018
314,966

590,363
397,211

85,398

590,363
482,609

235,028

2,766,032

3,001,060

684,877
473,699

3,755,224

4,440,101
473,699

9,024,792
11,246

5,047,956
32,150

14,072,748
43,396

1,482,009
434,196
2,293,386
1,233,267

4,466,960
68,748

2,069

4,466,960
68,748
1,482,009
436,265
2,293,386
1,233,267

2,713,182
5,639,918
950
12,533,021
1,580,252

5,722,414
220,686

164,671

7,038,240

5,722,414
220,686
2,713,182
5,804,589
950
12,533,021
8,618,492

787,749

563,164

527,050
2,437,639

349,846

8,888,834

9,797

787,749

563,164

527,050
2,437,639

349,846

8,888,834

9,797

956,878
1,611,944
2,291,737
22,971
10,801,195
9,549,888
493,769
2,493,801
2,040,771
15,509,532
179,913,077

245,411
2,137,813
3,558,576

956,878
1,611,944
2,291,737
22,971
10,801,195
9,549,888
493,769
2,493,801
2,040,771
15,509,532
179,913,077

245,411
2,137,813
3,558,576

321,392

18,729
2,671,749

340,121
2,671,749

54,067
15,307,317

1,313,792
2,500

1,313,792
56,567
15,307,317

34,435,720

34,435,720

23,647,309

38,483,530

62,130,839

318,044,691

81,818,532

399,863,223

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

494,376

249,678

Burlingame (San Mateo County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

6,588,432

7,572
9,045,528

7,698,028
594,260
705,928
217,288

6,588,432

7,572
9,045,528
494,376
7,698,028
594,260
705,928
217,288

249,678

Functional Revenues
$

505,828

2,772,155

Calabasas (Los Angeles County)


General Revenues
$

2,022,090

4,459,699

676,601
743,691

215,048
2,678,170

Total Revenues
$

2,022,090

4,459,699
505,828
676,601
743,691

215,048
2,678,170
2,772,155

2,789,560

2,789,560

656,623
37,313

656,623
37,313

1,179,881

4,350

1,179,881
4,350

51,682

519,679

51,682
519,679

32,965
6,842

170,863

32,965
177,705

544,243

1,597,699

2,141,942

445,819
39,915

407,572

853,391
39,915

629,428
613,583

666,298

1,574,351
71,267

41,391

1,574,351
71,267
629,428
654,974

666,298

381,994
242,017
186,139
116,808

1,150,099
38,458

3,902

1,150,099
38,458
381,994
245,919
186,139
116,808

123,400
117,302
181,033

6,524,058

912,684
1,475,458
445,156
4,832,675

77,950

310,182

123,400
117,302
181,033

6,524,058

912,684
1,475,458
445,156
4,832,675

77,950

310,182

69,156

728,429

2,400

2,490,936

69,156

728,429

2,400

2,490,936

542,491

978

18,674

978

561,165

646
169,271

27,511

646
196,782

15,000,000

15,000,000

34,485,613

28,681,075

63,166,688

12,160,761

12,598,054

24,758,815

39

40

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account

Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

181,361

979,974

Calexico (Imperial County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

797,787

3,928,092

191,100
449,965
234,765
42,208

6,194

797,787

3,928,092
181,361
191,100
449,965
234,765
42,208

986,168

Functional Revenues
$

25,440

151,037

3,126,704

California City (Kern County)


General Revenues
$

839,729

162,300
171,755

10,933
168,218
23,015
14,193

191,496

Total Revenues
$

839,729
25,440
162,300
171,755
151,037
10,933
168,218
23,015
14,193

3,318,200

738,857
9,415

3,564

738,857
12,979

69,883
6,684

69,883
6,684

169,313
57,537

169,313
57,537

18,852

9,411

18,852
9,411

229,753

432,816
104,460

662,569
104,460

4,045,308

2,540
5,234

4,047,848
5,234

459,655
4,549,573

278,773

1,641,176
15,523

13,405

1,641,176
15,523
459,655
4,562,978

278,773

104,776
107,226
171,509
140,467

528,922
11,036

79,264

528,922
11,036
104,776
186,490
171,509
140,467

320,272
142,789
560,647
1,000,128
2,260,293
2,308,523

317,843

3,541,566

562,618

24,096

9,949

320,272
142,789
560,647
1,000,128
2,260,293
2,308,523

317,843

3,541,566

562,618

24,096

9,949

32,929
5,719

352,479
10,372

31,447

1,682,242

313,202

20,671

5,064

32,929
5,719

352,479
10,372

31,447

1,682,242

313,202

20,671

5,064

1,474,372

769,116
22,161

769,116
1,496,533

412
1,046,267

113,003

412
1,159,270

149,936

149,936

20,327,243

8,652,332

28,979,575

11,468,690

2,331,049

13,799,739

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

Calimesa (Riverside County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

1,164,109

296,672

11,504
204,806

14,965

1,164,109

296,672

11,504
204,806

14,965

Functional Revenues
$

73,705

10,579

Calipatria (Imperial County)


General Revenues
$

70,047

99,938

30,899
27,534
6,745
1,965

Total Revenues
$

70,047

99,938
73,705
30,899
27,534
6,745
1,965

10,579

43,089

43,089

58,409

12,980

58,409
12,980

6,600

6,600

15,108
483

15,108
483

1,602
965

1,602
965

173,230
3,265

173,230
3,265

154,687

231,950

154,687
231,950

127,851

200,467
227,371

410,641
19,273

188

410,641
19,273
127,851
188
200,467
227,371

134,548
288,661
215,096
135,000
7,193

380,983
1,267

7,193

380,983
1,267
134,548
288,661
215,096
135,000
14,386

67,425

129,820
12,748

67,425

129,820
12,748

1,225

426,565
276,674

11,872

64,635

1,225

426,565
276,674

11,872

64,635

151,262

62,657

213,919

194,261

51,368

245,629

990,944

2,374,290

3,365,234

2,046,957

909,889

2,956,846

41

42

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account

Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

413,001

96,468

Calistoga (Napa County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

622,656

17,277
731,970

2,390,340
106,561
136,133
20,852

510

622,656

17,277
731,970
413,001
2,390,340
106,561
136,133
20,852

96,978

Functional Revenues
$

1,922,466

Camarillo (Ventura County)


General Revenues
$

2,384,809

299,350
8,554,023

1,148,675
1,593,242
1,008,707
468,398

Total Revenues
$

2,384,809

299,350
8,554,023
1,922,466
1,148,675
1,593,242
1,008,707
468,398

23,477

23,477

220,405

220,405

58,954
14,794

58,954
14,794

998,750
65

998,750
65

20,462
33,012

29,232

20,462
62,244

400,910
2,085

44,108

400,910
46,193

178,402

57,351
4,760

235,753
4,760

2,214,777

1,031,487
793

3,246,264
793

88,441
2,409,131
4,000
105,651

314,001
5,877

135

314,001
5,877
88,441
2,409,266
4,000
105,651

1,101,520
(395,895)
227,067
1,623,659

3,751,775
42,323

41,760

3,751,775
42,323
1,101,520
(354,135)
227,067
1,623,659

37,470
15,870
54,632

1,406,572

23,047

1,474,995

6,275
250,098

37,470
15,870
54,632

1,406,572

23,047

1,474,995

6,275
250,098

705,228
391,683

619,818

3,846,141

8,758,396

90,225

3,487,147

705,228
391,683

619,818

3,846,141

8,758,396

90,225

3,487,147

9,675
286,289

610

130,915

610
9,675
417,204

636,622
329,652

413

4,625

413
636,622
334,277

6,204,981

6,204,981

13,215,697

4,569,180

17,784,877

27,180,721

20,374,488

47,555,209

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

179,383

Campbell (Santa Clara County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

4,153,104

50,673
9,404,259

1,053,949
1,249,678
194,663
188,757

17,246

4,153,104

50,673
9,404,259

1,053,949
1,249,678
194,663
188,757

196,629

Functional Revenues
$

Canyon Lake (Riverside County)


General Revenues
$

404,394

23,081
126,216

8,033
235,477
30,430
77,160

Total Revenues
$

404,394

23,081
126,216

8,033
235,477
30,430
77,160

1,116,662

1,116,662

503,243
144,338

1,519

503,243
145,857

289,174
10,508

289,174
10,508

292,615

70

292,615
70

32,533

32,533

341,045
519,074

1,633,501
1,525,493

1,974,546
2,044,567

2,776

94,958
31,596

97,734
31,596

759,906
739,661
88,893
841,074
1,750

2,160,308
47,872

49,769

2,160,308
47,872
759,906
789,430
88,893
841,074
1,750

349,322
172,720

574,715
10,260

240

574,715
10,260
349,322
172,960

327,363
193,478

245,451

125,280

1,451,387

106,634

327,363
193,478

245,451

125,280

1,451,387

106,634

2,034

55,743

2,034

55,743

608,514
121,876

1,050,861
1,289,917
(641)

1,050,861
1,898,431
121,235

148,494

148,494

8,707,627

24,070,998

32,778,625

914,810

1,765,054

2,679,864

43

44

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account

Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

35,000

Capitola (Santa Cruz County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

514,200

5,091,600

470,100
247,100
271,200
47,600

514,200

5,091,600

470,100
247,100
271,200
47,600

35,000

Functional Revenues
$

Carlsbad (San Diego County)


General Revenues
$

20,392,055

1,957,142
21,003,988

8,533,329
7,494,684
2,440,387
1,193,198

121,466

Total Revenues
$

20,392,055

1,957,142
21,003,988

8,533,329
7,494,684
2,440,387
1,193,198

121,466

779,155
1,021,982

779,155
1,021,982

194,800

19,000

213,800

1,865,154
133,057

1,865,154
133,057

51,400

307,100

51,400
307,100

751,757
98,647

1,200

751,757
99,847

21,300
65,130

77,100
82,584

98,400
147,714

15,191,150
932,887

4,565,735

19,756,885
932,887

177,100
741,400

37,900

615,000
10,700

5,300

615,000
10,700
177,100
746,700

37,900

1,572,165
4,380,727

5,095,228

4,675,269
339,192

39,162

4,675,269
339,192
1,572,165
4,419,889

5,095,228

149,000

671,400

448,400

149,000

671,400

448,400

1,961,912
506,189
1,274,843
1,514,984
8,584,300
505,195

2,244,815
183,729
22,418,216

7,170,043

1,961,912
506,189
1,274,843
1,514,984
8,584,300
505,195

2,244,815
183,729
22,418,216

7,170,043

237,100

516,700

753,800

9,436
1,409,772
9,533,359

239,261
102,925
17,994

248,697
1,512,697
9,551,353

2,829,930

8,275,284

11,105,214

89,138,702

73,116,987

162,255,689

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Carmel-By-The-Sea (Monterey County)
Functional Revenues
General Revenues
Total Revenues

Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

2,248,020

16,378
2,090,736

3,637,874
337,418
461,963
125,461

2,248,020

16,378
2,090,736

3,637,874
337,418
461,963
125,461

Functional Revenues
$

833,310

145,286

Carpinteria (Santa Barbara County)


General Revenues
$

989,318

21,652
1,348,476

1,005,739
448,650
48,926
27,435

Total Revenues
$

989,318

21,652
1,348,476
833,310
1,005,739
448,650
48,926
27,435

145,286

242,385

242,385

212,989
100,155

212,989
100,155

80,890
26,047

80,890
26,047

354,787

800

354,787
800

19,836
1,270

65,850

19,836
67,120

5,694
1,620

622,566
1,078

628,260
2,698

45,089
16,418

211,540
8,170

256,629
24,588

75,803
236,858
263,104

228,937
25,584

106

228,937
25,584
75,803
236,964
263,104

300,496
425,541
8,387

812,005
12,199

59,613

812,005
12,199
300,496
485,154
8,387

22,389
3,031

102,813
95,203

27,433

22,389
3,031

102,813
95,203

27,433

93,344
4,600

7,953

560,967

101,344

93,344
4,600

7,953

560,967

101,344

9,176,980

62,813

9,176,980
62,813

5,241

2,701

2,701
5,241

9,720,738

9,720,738

20,399,597

9,859,734

30,259,331

2,918,404

5,062,274

7,980,678

45

46

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account

Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

2,180,880

Carson (Los Angeles County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

5,435,709

19,625,485

686,014
5,121,807
1,768,946
258,971

5,435,709

19,625,485
2,180,880
686,014
5,121,807
1,768,946
258,971

Functional Revenues
$

Cathedral City (Riverside County)


General Revenues
$

531,882

444,905
7,816,898

1,463,824
1,294,327
401,368
209,362

287,399

Total Revenues
$

531,882

444,905
7,816,898

1,463,824
1,294,327
401,368
209,362

287,399

721,315
173,615

721,315
173,615

2,378,254

168,993

2,378,254
168,993

957,485

15,744

957,485
15,744

1,422,523

208,015

1,422,523
208,015

5,432
196,493

5,432
196,493

231,112
751,481

1,444,538

1,675,650
751,481

763,194
99,241

1,306,896
46,918

2,070,090
146,159

1,551,344
12,284,608
194,191
6,463,698

5,217,810
72,488

2,196

5,217,810
72,488
1,551,344
12,286,804
194,191
6,463,698

763,418
678,141
129,598
334,895

2,473,849
7,146

475,371

2,473,849
7,146
763,418
1,153,512
129,598
334,895

211,880

49,197

194,936

2,161,231

217,488

75,508

211,880

49,197

194,936

2,161,231

217,488

75,508

1,023,769
417,122
35,043
203,526

182,114

168,872

1,023,769
417,122
35,043
203,526

182,114

168,872

29,891

2,051,728

216,932

29,891

2,268,660

1,100

400,000
437,413

400,000
438,513

32,449,950

40,227,904

72,677,854

6,854,373

17,613,302

24,467,675

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

1,008,621

937,521

Ceres (Stanislaus County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

1,251,085

3,564,145

50,521
626,163
720,883
67,794
858,243

1,251,085

3,564,145
1,008,621
50,521
626,163
720,883
67,794
858,243
937,521

Functional Revenues
$

1,259,086

Cerritos (Los Angeles County)


General Revenues
$

1,601,379

24,381,406

323,948
1,147,739
722,909
175,290

Total Revenues
$

1,601,379

24,381,406
1,259,086
323,948
1,147,739
722,909
175,290

107,964
339,733

107,964
339,733

472,465
156,580

472,465
156,580

250,617
11,577

250,617
11,577

600,465
1,301

600,465
1,301

105,752
4,330

282,822

105,752
287,152

454,998

422,159

454,998
422,159

1,007,248
1,925

291,968
98,053

1,299,216
99,978

1,616,808
411,547

6,872,891
9,848,667

8,489,699
10,260,214

658,198
509,241
86,167
743,134

1,931,676
30,463

70,740

1,719

1,931,676
30,463
658,198
579,981
86,167
743,134
1,719

971,539
777,013

3,001,981
51,430

75,820

3,001,981
51,430
971,539
852,833

157,934
60,741
254,873
5,101
2,205,110

394,706

2,431,979

78,858

84,777

157,934
60,741
254,873
5,101
2,205,110

394,706

2,431,979

78,858

84,777

13,176

50,292
2,040,290

918,621
890,460
6,016,222

64,990

11,045,338

13,176

50,292
2,040,290

918,621
890,460
6,016,222

64,990

11,045,338

100
105,164

100
105,164

1,878,934

1,878,934

11,551,371

9,846,275

21,397,646

29,640,125

48,625,619

78,265,744

47

48

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account

Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Chico (Butte County)


General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

1,774,126

Total Revenues
$

2,598,388

55,007
13,416,987

1,323,044
710,865
249,417
284,345
3,851,075

2,598,388

55,007
13,416,987
1,774,126
1,323,044
710,865
249,417
284,345
3,851,075

Functional Revenues
$

Chino (San Bernardino County)


General Revenues
$

3,309,601

409,468
7,948,416

128,471
1,673,821
671,901
220,057

Total Revenues
$

3,309,601

409,468
7,948,416

128,471
1,673,821
671,901
220,057

289,435

289,435

303,136

303,136

1,455,859
2,502,679

36,712

1,455,859
2,539,391

1,311,524
4,880

1,311,524
4,880

85,847

741,433

85,847
741,433

427,553
26,225

427,553
26,225

639,759

909,490
130,235

1,549,249
130,235

2,305,624
131,315

18,363
16,096

2,323,987
147,411

1,417,190
1,677,860

1,438,604

3,553,102
55,301

190,241

3,553,102
55,301
1,417,190
1,868,101

1,438,604

1,043,172
2,441,953

7,147
1,792,058

3,488,629
81,902

299,293

3,488,629
81,902
1,043,172
2,741,246

7,147
1,792,058

1,027,369
168,351
159,681
150,339
6,307,226
369,504
726,538
738,979

643,830

525,683

1,506,846

1,027,369
168,351
159,681
150,339
6,307,226
369,504
726,538
738,979

643,830

525,683

1,506,846

1,297,109
902,301

1,302,930
4,532,649
8,425,516

2,125,364

9,624,428

10,589,822

1,297,109
902,301

1,302,930
4,532,649
8,425,516

2,125,364

9,624,428

10,589,822

3,550
339,042

71,931
110,178
184,830

71,931
113,728
523,872

145,681
79,631

1,740

2,709,544

1,740
145,681
2,789,175

23,948,297

28,472,581

52,420,878

48,820,018

20,977,302

69,797,320

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Chino Hills (San Bernardino County)
Functional Revenues
General Revenues

Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

1,740,635

139,328
3,046,022

1,251,693
108,665
390,613

Total Revenues
1,740,635

139,328
3,046,022

1,251,693
108,665
390,613

Functional Revenues
$

81,605

75,301

Chowchilla (Madera County)


General Revenues
$

488,530

91,501
779,759

66,738
145,061
40,549
12,795

Total Revenues
$

488,530

91,501
779,759
81,605
66,738
145,061
40,549
12,795

75,301

5,320,616

5,320,616

13,206

13,206

10,302,142
53,644

10,302,142
53,644

104,456
14,108

104,456
14,108

269,129

71,665

269,129
71,665

29,210

35,620

29,210
35,620

2,621,607
147,567

1,511,088

4,132,695
147,567

76,434

33,394
24,534

109,828
24,534

1,154,013
646,845
939,313
33,468

3,863,341
43,319

1,816

3,863,341
43,319
1,154,013
648,661
939,313
33,468

203,603
408,602

508,123

628,194
3,383

17,572

628,194
3,383
203,603
426,174

508,123

649,910

586,113
4,323,636
2,918,222

952,076

13,504,026

4,924,553

649,910

586,113
4,323,636
2,918,222

952,076

13,504,026

4,924,553

11,119

760
736,609
766,332

77,875

812,110

10,017

25,826

138,689

11,119

760
736,609
766,332

77,875

812,110

10,017

25,826

138,689

27,909
5,423,944
4,072,929

27,909
5,423,944
4,072,929

2,000
101,130

293,800

2,000
394,930

7,864,558

7,864,558

58,871,662

12,168,185

71,039,847

12,061,673

2,661,430

14,723,103

49

50

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account

Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

6,939,995

12,023,292

Chula Vista (San Diego County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

12,903,409

165,411
18,812,328

2,051,203
11,195,480
1,108,566
1,206,059
4,015,262

12,903,409

165,411
18,812,328
6,939,995
2,051,203
11,195,480
1,108,566
1,206,059
4,015,262
12,023,292

Functional Revenues
$

3,656,643

96,088

Citrus Heights (Sacramento County)


General Revenues
$

2,642,016

10,415,366

57,809
755,288
132,292
159,665
2,107,911

Total Revenues
$

2,642,016

10,415,366
3,656,643
57,809
755,288
132,292
159,665
2,107,911
96,088

3,978,451

3,978,451

96,229

96,229

3,281,343
177,302

3,281,343
177,302

643,834

34,132

643,834
34,132

1,093,016
63,288

118,448

1,093,016
181,736

565,172

300

565,172
300

10,003,894
358,689

3,006,312
382,241

13,010,206
740,930

377,417

1,019,047
627,406

1,396,464
627,406

3,445,143
4,384,607
210,925
11,457,940

10,248,512
210,796

4,306

10,248,512
210,796
3,445,143
4,388,913
210,925
11,457,940

2,958,676
3,037,586
4,137,314
2,185,665

7,471,296
61,205

3,236

7,471,296
61,205
2,958,676
3,040,822
4,137,314
2,185,665

3,133,417
1,768,661

1,633,164
16,906,926
305,755
254,484
764,005

2,289,591

14,603,357

3,133,417
1,768,661

1,633,164
16,906,926
305,755
254,484
764,005

2,289,591

14,603,357

335,655

176,343

1,124,963

335,655

176,343

1,124,963

8,055
6,214,048
12,360,372

71,875
423,460
226,719

79,930
6,637,508
12,587,091

26,000
87,700

822

26,000
88,522

60,145,000

60,145,000

177,804,720

66,150,387

243,955,107

19,505,285

25,487,791

44,993,076

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

242,354

Claremont (Los Angeles County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

2,240,465

19,468
3,571,929

418,337
407,642
529,809
119,709
3,502,229

2,240,465

19,468
3,571,929
242,354
418,337
407,642
529,809
119,709
3,502,229

Functional Revenues
$

7,934

Clayton (Contra Costa County)


General Revenues
$

527,136

8,466
418,692

285,672
75,759
105,734

Total Revenues
$

527,136
7,934
8,466
418,692

285,672
75,759
105,734

375,831
1,678,962

375,831
1,678,962

139,930
990,213

139,930
990,213

373,100

373,100

44,777
11,769

44,777
11,769

103,712

297,825

401,537

26,633

27,009

26,633
27,009

414,422
139,646

258,661

673,083
139,646

(67,641)

190,394
133,913

122,753
133,913

715,326
26,455
241,407
410,232
161,376

1,957,324
32,615

96,578

1,957,324
32,615
715,326
123,033
241,407
410,232
161,376

212,375
454,155

6,962

683,470
13,028

54,293

683,470
13,028
212,375
508,448

6,962

703,048
316,047

47,308
588,986
4,322,903

744,454

214,999

232,922

703,048
316,047

47,308
588,986
4,322,903

744,454

214,999

232,922

16,612

35,666
94,760

280,970

16,612

35,666
94,760

280,970

22,844

229
2,134,025

229
2,156,869

197,264

180,027

377,291

12,076,334

15,586,845

27,663,179

2,452,379

2,703,593

5,155,972

51

52

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account

Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

96,064

Clearlake (Lake County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

541,057

1,068,990

164,390
264,978
52,742
9,298

541,057

1,068,990

164,390
264,978
52,742
9,298

96,064

Functional Revenues
$

284,427

59,391

427,023

Cloverdale (Sonoma County)


General Revenues
$

901,520

530,887

17,975
156,357
41,313

143,657

Total Revenues
$

901,520
284,427

530,887
59,391
17,975
156,357
41,313

143,657
427,023

673,648

673,648

29,636
2,104

29,636
2,104

119,144
10,083

119,144
10,083

355,749
656

355,749
656

47,681

47,681

27,720

27,720

64,151
3,890

64,151
3,890

205,034

56,480
19,696

261,514
19,696

258,157
25,464

1,109,972

733,295
4,977

14,637

733,295
4,977
258,157
40,101

1,109,972

6,633
177,012
67,181

362,639

431,462
23,292

168

431,462
29,925
177,012
67,349

362,639

78,473

48,885

78,473

48,885

113,180
2,468

738,025

57,600

1,199,450

19,285

8,802

113,180
2,468

738,025

57,600

1,199,450

19,285

8,802

561,837

561,837

1,130
368,960

269,044

1,130
638,004

3,097,449

2,854,364

5,951,813

4,514,105

2,591,851

7,105,956

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Clovis (Fresno County)


General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

2,329,626

52,477

Total Revenues
$

3,698,853

189,245
10,755,199

101,664
1,113,537
1,351,026
297,709

3,698,853

189,245
10,755,199
2,329,626
101,664
1,113,537
1,351,026
297,709

52,477

Functional Revenues
$

16,025

Coachella (Riverside County)


General Revenues
$

122,351

212,054
1,688,377

248,088
221,355
18,907

383,621

Total Revenues
$

122,351

212,054
1,688,377

248,088
221,355
18,907

399,646

194,447

194,447

1,938,229
32,244

1,938,229
32,244

463,468
7,506

463,468
7,506

190,729

23,848

190,729
23,848

61,894

95,745

61,894
95,745

1,930,251
451,302

160,503
101,678

2,090,754
552,980

234,110
3,670

234,110
3,670

1,267,017
849,637

6,452,266

3,895,463
110,610

66,110

3,895,463
110,610
1,267,017
915,747

6,452,266

481,124
563,361

1,787,267

1,310,008
2,390

84,382

1,310,008
2,390
481,124
647,743

1,787,267

913,386
260,207
115,354
1,856,362
12,071,403
7,349,234

1,139,658

10,155,583

446,353
2,525,800
4,523,778

913,386
260,207
115,354
1,856,362
12,071,403
7,349,234

1,139,658

10,155,583

446,353
2,525,800
4,523,778

202,791

112,702

558,035

2,451,973

175,881

202,791

112,702

558,035

2,451,973

175,881

2,157

185,571

21,532

23,689

185,571

116,982

1,894,783

2,011,765

57,038,624

21,886,977

78,925,601

7,431,236

6,282,061

13,713,297

53

54

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account

Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

262,479

799,680

Coalinga (Fresno County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

171,492

51,945
656,894

27,801
66,508
64,694
8,538

171,492
262,479
51,945
656,894
799,680
27,801
66,508
64,694
8,538

Functional Revenues

Colfax (Placer County)


General Revenues

78,553

175,680

592,392

10,324
14,472
24,587

707

Total Revenues
$

175,680

592,392
78,553
10,324
14,472
24,587

707

24,453

83,837

24,453

83,837

29,994
3,635

29,994
3,635

65,380

65,380

40,273

5,897

40,273
5,897

3,892

3,892

621,323
189,776

344,994

966,317
189,776

52,701
3,318

4,025
46,875

56,726
50,193

7,600
272,689
359,215

56,776

897,971
12,850

1,357,140

897,971
20,450
272,689
1,716,355

56,776

35,664
169,661

761,273

83,074
100

12,689

83,074
100
35,664
182,350

761,273

6,261
29,283
1,294,635
9,730
816,466
1,188,384

2,722,559

2,479,613
65,563

88,245
1,438,900
8,482,387

6,261
29,283
1,294,635
9,730
816,466
1,188,384

2,722,559

2,479,613
65,563

88,245
1,438,900
8,482,387

9,431

10,598
470,380
392,678

8,931

852

9,431

10,598
470,380
392,678

8,931

852

32,498

1,347,839

126,074

116,219

158,572

1,464,058

52,264

14,991

67,255

22,645,803

3,909,017

26,554,820

2,219,974

983,808

3,203,782

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

Colma (San Mateo County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

38,306

8,028,600

60,813
4,744
10,560

3,650,770

38,306

8,028,600

60,813
4,744
10,560

3,650,770

Functional Revenues
$

103,856

Colton (San Bernardino County)


General Revenues
$

1,779,653

6,150,204

184,869
1,031,356
741,966
158,213

Total Revenues
$

1,779,653

6,150,204

184,869
1,031,356
741,966
158,213

103,856

10,657

10,657

514,141

514,141

126,594
19,156

126,594
19,156

251,527
326,357

251,527
326,357

166,012
17,308

166,012
17,308

300,674

206,797

300,674
206,797

427,804
170,791

427,804
170,791

1,389,470

307,387
176,361

1,696,857
176,361

29,317
160,422
38,521

69,051
326

69,051
326
29,317
160,422
38,521

908,891
1,247,297

484,002

2,690,213
26,212

47,660

2,690,213
26,212
908,891
1,294,957

484,002

70,275
28,231

68,301

21,258

70,275
28,231

68,301

21,258

322,886
305,307
57,238
672
5,312,695

209,356

5,860,146
34,681,788

3,210,439
1,153,689

322,886
305,307
57,238
672
5,312,695

209,356

5,860,146
34,681,788

3,210,439
1,153,689

265,738

5,300
73,426
50,147

5,300
339,164
50,147

4,164
7,019
2,893,973

1,878
136

6,042
7,155
2,893,973

1,155,409

1,155,409

1,021,790

12,590,638

13,612,428

60,700,996

13,502,905

74,203,901

55

56

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account

Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

Colusa (Colusa County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

586,031

3,889
954,510

5,536
65,884
21,935

40,216

586,031

3,889
954,510

5,536
65,884
21,935

40,216

Functional Revenues
$

2,316,827

Commerce (Los Angeles County)


General Revenues
$

1,345,958

70,738
9,466,763

1,282,734
775,342
67,655

Total Revenues
$

1,345,958

70,738
9,466,763
2,316,827

1,282,734
775,342
67,655

68,467

68,467

47,905
4,410

47,905
4,410

1,099,284
14,389,911

1,099,284
14,389,911

14,264

21,923

14,264
21,923

365,706

198,733

365,706
198,733

31,195

34,859
442

66,054
442

144,336

1,590,383
1,612,685

1,734,719
1,612,685

93,100
522,853
14,071
228,118

303,029
8,350

16,333

303,029
8,350
93,100
539,186
14,071
228,118

252,508
553,449

448,015

778,865
20,436

778,865
20,436
252,508
553,449

448,015

16,164
31,068
114,608

641,474
666,516

38,564

519,075

609,712

16,164
31,068
114,608

641,474
666,516

38,564

519,075

609,712

8,225

67,930

199,193

361,272

1,781,432

703,240

8,225

67,930

199,193

361,272

1,781,432

703,240

6,174
1,423
17,126

31,967

6,174
1,423
49,093

8,596
5,000
9,188,993

593,279

8,596
5,000
9,782,272

3,686,287

2,094,904

5,781,191

31,893,917

17,803,571

49,697,488

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

9,378,256

2,255,519

Compton (Los Angeles County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

1,949,943

14,946
5,440,603

193,878
943,269
1,502,488
156,374
11,909,826

1,949,943
9,378,256
14,946
5,440,603
2,255,519
193,878
943,269
1,502,488
156,374
11,909,826

Functional Revenues
$

3,217,038

1,772,920

Concord (Contra Costa County)


General Revenues
$

8,822,558

25,951,790

1,786,852
2,838,336
2,573,401
478,734

Total Revenues
$

8,822,558
3,217,038

25,951,790

1,786,852
2,838,336
2,573,401
478,734

1,772,920

4,370,902

4,370,902

350,937
65,340

30,520

350,937
95,860

2,602,502

2,602,502

754,203

410,179

754,203
410,179

527,843

88,534

527,843
88,534

426,373

111,779
974,175

538,152
974,175

324,181

2,873,756
526,086

3,197,937
526,086

266,964
1,768,199
537,920
1,073,751
8,492,718

5,323,554
27,741

46,801

5,323,554
294,705
1,768,199
584,721
1,073,751
8,492,718

2,332,069
3,393,369

1,350,302

6,885,990
148,713

562,207

6,885,990
148,713
2,332,069
3,955,576

1,350,302

163,777
17,060
1,559,411
3,121
976,190
7,686,171

36,160
103,960
6,988,514

178,639

11,347,057

163,777
17,060
1,559,411
3,121
976,190
7,686,171

36,160
103,960
6,988,514

178,639

11,347,057

702,868
699,957

1,508,439
12,222,292

2,079,835
1,917,120

1,376,001

702,868
699,957

1,508,439
12,222,292

2,079,835
1,917,120

1,376,001

1,043,541

3,001,085

1,043,541

3,001,085

857,815

101,175

101,175

857,815

5,000,000

5,000,000

67,845,768

29,036,076

96,881,844

36,884,551

53,638,132

90,522,683

57

58

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account

Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

408,107

900

Corcoran (Kings County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

149,260

1,717
833,350

30,491
203,959
21,929
5,567

149,260

1,717
833,350
408,107
30,491
203,959
21,929
5,567

900

Functional Revenues
$

98,665

24,455

Corning (Tehama County)


General Revenues
$

320,700

1,674,728

221,009
119,389
16,227
7,256

Total Revenues
$

320,700

1,674,728
98,665
221,009
119,389
16,227
7,256

24,455

24,100

24,100

47,690
18

47,690
18

39,512
5,438

39,512
5,438

6,411

5,886

6,411
5,886

3,232
22,191

3,232
22,191

80,982

133,543
103,721

214,525
103,721

61,220

12,998
1,100

74,218
1,100

331,943
336,361
242,041
1,252,529

1,133,358
3,841

10,358

1,133,358
3,841
331,943
346,719
242,041
1,252,529

132,585
1,239,423

546,181

382,192
10,378

9,412

382,192
10,378
132,585
1,248,835

546,181

21,130
19,261

847,386
1,696,825

1,357

1,534,300

57,747

245,218

21,130
19,261

847,386
1,696,825

1,357

1,534,300

57,747

245,218

8,655
59,074

15,675
1,028,141

12,211

933,185

7,635

8,655
59,074

15,675
1,028,141

12,211

933,185

7,635

5,870

100,000

5,870
100,000

50,000

190,313

240,313

7,136,076

2,736,980

9,873,056

4,311,578

2,965,702

7,277,280

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

860,069

4,373,637

7,273,911

Corona (Riverside County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

13,538,596

177,974
22,966,156

846,515
2,106,569
1,715,928
791,712

13,538,596
860,069
177,974
22,966,156
4,373,637
846,515
2,106,569
1,715,928
791,712

7,273,911

Functional Revenues
$

Coronado (San Diego County)


General Revenues
$

9,493,062

24,183
1,799,422

7,251,366
937,829
111,292
191,550

Total Revenues
$

9,493,062

24,183
1,799,422

7,251,366
937,829
111,292
191,550

363,696

1,771,894
2,767,620

363,696

1,771,894
2,767,620

2,126,480
922,127

2,126,480
922,127

248,495
11,873

248,495
11,873

779,806
182,086

336,223

779,806
518,309

312,088

312,088

2,665,935

2,660,397
214,559

5,326,332
214,559

1,079,084

1,680,955
22,916

2,760,039
22,916

2,477,053
2,692,866
318,164
3,571,374

7,266,294
314,831

646,371
91,093

7,266,294
314,831
2,477,053
3,339,237
409,257
3,571,374

474,775
589,850

282,123

1,350,574
156,365

566
8,000

1,350,574
156,365
474,775
590,416
8,000
282,123

2,264,143
366,865
709,963
2,268,250

5,248,322

1,034,341

9,265,534

224,473

120,923

745,476

2,264,143
366,865
709,963
2,268,250

5,248,322

1,034,341

9,265,534

224,473

120,923

745,476

142,205

284,196
3,124
4,534,385
247,424

678,308
2,848,693

946,004
859,741

142,205

284,196
3,124
4,534,385
247,424

678,308
2,848,693

946,004
859,741

254,572
106,763
633,295

62,394
52,465
6,718,550

316,966
159,228
7,351,845

89,289
1,480,615

10,054

10,054
89,289
1,480,615

56,389,638

60,506,627

116,896,265

15,112,272

23,038,134

38,150,406

59

60

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account

Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

108,094

956,710

Corte Madera (Marin County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

3,792,136

193,085
5,120,882

432,377
489,826
378,398
58,338

3,792,136

193,085
5,120,882

540,471
489,826
378,398
58,338

956,710

Functional Revenues
$

266,400

1,250,432

Costa Mesa (Orange County)


General Revenues
$

13,057,139

39,189
29,177,353

3,490,623
2,054,380
842,838
300,610

Total Revenues
$

13,057,139
266,400
39,189
29,177,353
1,250,432
3,490,623
2,054,380
842,838
300,610

142,885

142,885

933,572
261,249

55,049

933,572
316,298

76,700

15,829

76,700
15,829

1,136,102
247,225

648,761

1,136,102
895,986

212,409
21,597

96,724

309,133
21,597

991,692
2,236,011

2,224,179

3,215,871
2,236,011

167,103
510,060

504,026
42,967

216

504,026
42,967
167,103
510,276

2,740
2,095,316
3,091,280

932,526

5,626,387
190,182

1,082
44,134

5,626,387
192,922
2,095,316
3,092,362
44,134
932,526

166,632

329,906
10,239
1,133,818

582,053

152,136

166,632

329,906
10,239
1,133,818

582,053

152,136

386,361
2,333,288
216,679
2,088
1,349,162

1,106,219

1,285,602

386,361
2,333,288
216,679
2,088
1,349,162

1,106,219

1,285,602

5,961
6,234
75,248

367,750

5,961
6,234
442,998

415,000

1,208,055

12,569
2,000
(39)

427,569
2,000
1,208,016

4,657,785

11,492,554

16,150,339

21,746,999

57,766,436

79,513,435

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

599,428

Cotati (Sonoma County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

318,579

84
1,108,480

193,523
50,710
149,851

318,579

84
1,108,480

193,523
50,710
149,851

599,428

Functional Revenues
$

30,014

1,120,762

Covina (Los Angeles County)


General Revenues
$

2,943,425

66,243
7,150,926

426,572
795,374
351,636
163,780
4,279,152

Total Revenues
$

2,943,425
30,014
66,243
7,150,926
1,120,762
426,572
795,374
351,636
163,780
4,279,152

26,892

23,327

26,892

23,327

123,525
98,848

123,525
98,848

111,158
9,770

9,629

111,158
19,399

308,501
196,730

26,230

308,501
222,960

81,780
1,927

10,604

81,780
12,531

679,925

679,925

215,937
2,961

131,347
16,769

347,284
19,730

357,905
31,542

291,851
3,000

649,756
34,542

120,626
960,846
63,000
410,850

373,321
9,423

36,214

373,321
9,423
120,626
997,060
63,000
410,850

799,458
1,831,350
199,341
631,513

2,682,269
40,403

90,013

2,682,269
40,403
799,458
1,921,363
199,341
631,513

137,314
22,486

1,665,560

1,301

812,881

21,956

137,314
22,486

1,665,560

1,301

812,881

21,956

389,681
48,068
2,599
24,423
2,543
1,893,278
43,592
565,469

4,591,519

139,259
285,410
986,628

389,681
48,068
2,599
24,423
2,543
1,893,278
43,592
565,469

4,591,519

139,259
285,410
986,628

138,172
14,200
64,545

54,828

138,172
14,200
119,373

12,188
95,898
429,245

54,144

12,188
95,898
483,389

5,506,917

2,463,362

7,970,279

15,239,289

20,044,943

35,284,232

61

62

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account

Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

Crescent City (Del Norte County)


General Revenues

Total Revenues
$

100,056

967,508

577,978
105,528
71,503
6,346

100,056

967,508

577,978
105,528
71,503
6,346

Functional Revenues
$

590,120

Cudahy (Los Angeles County)


General Revenues
$

224,764

1,348,154

48,454
208,692
161,605
14,506
636,988

Total Revenues
$

224,764

1,348,154
590,120
48,454
208,692
161,605
14,506
636,988

79,821

79,821

41,369
1,372

41,369
1,372

72,432
229,996

72,432
229,996

1,430

11,425

1,430
11,425

315,495

315,495

99,932
31,352

61,512
28,324

161,444
59,676

50,479

67,703
26,702

118,182
26,702

137,200
1,470,874

2,891,273

317,413
3,154

135

80,780

317,413
3,154
137,200
1,471,009

2,891,273
80,780

470,707
131,473
18,830
878,322

1,537,955
3,449

8,411
99,065

1,537,955
3,449
470,707
139,884
117,895
878,322

14,613
5,404
8,283

1,480,038

131,790

1,385,321

330,008
30,551

14,613
5,404
8,283

1,480,038

131,790

1,385,321

330,008
30,551

8,672

11,976

53,165

8,672

11,976

53,165

17,479

75

75
17,479

98,888
352,827

4,000

102,888
352,827

8,078,289

2,331,737

10,410,026

3,047,708

4,705,943

7,753,651

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

Culver City (Los Angeles County)


General Revenues

3,907,790

Total Revenues
$

2,052,277

13,967,093

1,708,234
1,183,716
6,369,757
947,191
10,969,562

2,052,277

13,967,093
3,907,790
1,708,234
1,183,716
6,369,757
947,191
10,969,562

Functional Revenues
$

Cupertino (Santa Clara County)


General Revenues
$

3,560,435

25,130
10,429,396

1,546,969
2,274,179
479,338
338,016
2,632,340
2,549,880

Total Revenues
$

3,560,435

25,130
10,429,396

1,546,969
2,274,179
479,338
338,016
2,632,340
2,549,880

15,976

15,976

343,981
357,625

343,981
357,625

1,319,945
569

1,319,945
569

2,065,576

1,412,793

2,065,576
1,412,793

616,227

616,227

1,577,241
333,884

1,385,281
468,965

2,962,522
802,849

646,325

1,542,671
433,969

2,188,996
433,969

667,785
2,764,241
81,706
5,435,836
19,175

2,221,907
25,700

93,741
2,127,500

2,221,907
25,700
667,785
2,857,982
2,209,206
5,435,836
19,175

1,003,100

2,832,160

2,937,475
37,327

158,367

2,937,475
37,327
1,003,100
158,367
2,832,160

264,190
419,122
1,384,568

4,640,701
7,090,277
738,509
907,398

2,085,817
3,109,577
2,454,346

264,190
419,122
1,384,568

4,640,701
7,090,277
738,509
907,398

2,085,817
3,109,577
2,454,346

468,842
210,338

292,407

2,381,132

3,249,918
1,465,032

360,728

468,842
210,338

292,407

2,381,132

3,249,918
1,465,032

360,728

54,328
164,658

2,774
495,921
3,088,518

2,774
550,249
3,253,176

127,901
197,259

127,901
197,259

1,106,588

1,106,588

41,990,895

48,520,930

90,511,825

15,171,883

28,945,492

44,117,375

63

64

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account

Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

54,786

Cypress (Orange County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

2,609,850

42,218
10,343,277

1,034,246
1,287,816
930,251
152,565

936,292

2,609,850

42,218
10,343,277

1,034,246
1,287,816
930,251
152,565

991,078

Functional Revenues
$

1,021,741

Daly City (San Mateo County)


General Revenues
$

10,522,616

7,738,493

274,724
2,231,220
1,190,828
485,379
5,110,441
40,285

Total Revenues
$

10,522,616

7,738,493

274,724
2,231,220
1,190,828
485,379
5,110,441
1,062,026

682,469
51,518

682,469
51,518

448,602

448,602

302,856
28,606

302,856
28,606

1,432,679
5,039

93,164

1,432,679
98,203

529,378
9,107

29,940

529,378
39,047

295,937

1,623,235

295,937
1,623,235

24,102

2,316,690
10,978

2,340,792
10,978

1,913,802

1,813,223
433,856

3,727,025
433,856

879,639
712,906
1,001,729
49,417

2,634,107
36,859

24,914

2,634,107
36,859
879,639
737,820
1,001,729
49,417

3,536,883
1,588,274
4,714,006
2,453,941

5,849,127
113,394

155,941
446,577

23,504

5,849,127
113,394
3,536,883
1,744,215
5,160,583
2,453,941
23,504

260,411
172,592

15,050
507,030

1,728,020

260,411
172,592

15,050
507,030

1,728,020

339,683
457,509
195,818
485,828
12,658,056
1,578,061

3,073,855

10,299,993

1,533,723

339,683
457,509
195,818
485,828
12,658,056
1,578,061

3,073,855

10,299,993

1,533,723

480,346

36,680

480,346

36,680

3,128,039
1,903,717

312,486
11,391
677,150

312,486
3,139,430
2,580,867

375,000

375,000

7,384,616

22,907,029

30,291,645

53,065,186

39,147,034

92,212,220

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

355,946

Dana Point (Orange County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

3,493,341

58,140
3,604,972

7,348,708
987,265

282,378

156,526

3,493,341

58,140
3,604,972

7,348,708
987,265

282,378

512,472

Functional Revenues
$

551,497

Danville (Contra Costa County)


General Revenues
$

4,688,748

3,961,238

60,351
1,088,178
289,849
494,004

Total Revenues
$

4,688,748

3,961,238

60,351
1,088,178
289,849
494,004

551,497

402,125
2,526,577

402,125
2,526,577

480,059
116,193

480,059
116,193

884,456
1,385

884,456
1,385

343,197

10,154

343,197
10,154

324,832

324,832

40,435

1,942,093
259,292

1,942,093
299,727

1,609,747
502,287

970,799
26,739

2,580,546
529,026

603,369
1,332,514
97,385
604,679

2,019,157
50,740

30,493

2,019,157
50,740
603,369
1,363,007
97,385
604,679

492,343
536,561
576,969
303,005

2,456,118
80,660

31,507

2,456,118
80,660
492,343
568,068
576,969
303,005

256,565

87,449

234,426

291,414

256,565

87,449

234,426

291,414

760,822
23,383

193,723

52,710
997,364

11,004

760,822
23,383

193,723

52,710
997,364

11,004

142,972

19,707

162,679

35,240
209,871
405,464

35,240
209,871
405,464

4,986,603

20,262,966

25,249,569

11,401,365

14,148,191

25,549,556

65

66

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account

Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Davis (Yolo County)


General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

2,635,453

4,411,797

Total Revenues
$

6,252,628

57,111
5,226,626

881,566
804,643
996,017
195,838

2,553,269

6,252,628

57,111
5,226,626
2,635,453
881,566
804,643
996,017
195,838

6,965,066

Functional Revenues
$

491,299

19,196

Del Mar (San Diego County)


General Revenues
$

1,961,506

33,769
1,244,144

1,341,924
236,205
150,987
58,312

22,862

Total Revenues
$

1,961,506
491,299
33,769
1,244,144

1,341,924
236,205
150,987
58,312

42,058

927,267

927,267

6,415

6,415

621,024

621,024

758,254

427

758,254
427

776,863

2,166,595
194,101

2,943,458
194,101

330,496

179,031
222,917

509,527
222,917

1,166,367
6,313,054

5,506,245

3,401,971
122,318

94,101

3,401,971
122,318
1,166,367
6,407,155

5,506,245

1,543
80,258
347,419

125,903

251,968
27,448

11,838

251,968
28,991
80,258
359,257

125,903

1,193,685
297,689
582,883
16,298
4,643,207
7,072,606

1,838,130

4,775,119

11,414

3,546,412

1,193,685
297,689
582,883
16,298
4,643,207
7,072,606

1,838,130

4,775,119

11,414

3,546,412

175,826

1,683,607

2,027,892

304,769
14,061

175,826

1,683,607

2,027,892

304,769
14,061

144,421
1,152,747

9,382

966,312

9,382
144,421
2,119,059

88,595
2,120

1,900

364,939

1,900
88,595
367,059

47,632,681

23,922,478

71,555,159

6,451,238

6,116,592

12,567,830

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

Del Rey Oaks (Monterey County)


General Revenues

Total Revenues
$

258,058

14,664
200,288

57,782
71,608
10,593

258,058

14,664
200,288

57,782
71,608
10,593

Functional Revenues

Delano (Kern County)


General Revenues

788,535

1,131,489

78,343
1,436,182

147,870
415,722
105,405
24,988

902,982

Total Revenues
$

1,131,489

78,343
1,436,182
788,535
147,870
415,722
105,405
24,988

902,982

258,636

258,636

47,361
21,348

7,616

47,361
28,964

284,760
5,388

284,760
5,388

22,262

22,262

98,784

77,226

98,784
77,226

1,750
15,306

15,745

17,495
15,306

274,100

212,495
48,224

486,595
48,224

30,182
58,088
100,248
18,084

90,612
2,884

7,302

90,612
2,884
30,182
65,390
100,248
18,084

784,123
7,315,795

952,166
65,059

2,214,199
17,823

13,691

2,214,199
17,823
784,123
7,329,486

952,166
65,059

7,237
29,102

23,227

9,776

7,237
29,102

23,227

9,776

91,650
482,328

16,574
1,240,488
1,392,364

1,298,981
13,227
2,207,509

282,124

141,665

91,650
482,328

16,574
1,240,488
1,392,364

1,298,981
13,227
2,207,509

282,124

141,665

1,268
28,436

930

1,268
29,366

3,135,408

108,588

3,243,996

672,311

738,082

1,410,393

20,871,028

6,935,227

27,806,255

67

68

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Desert Hot Springs (Riverside County)
Functional Revenues
General Revenues
Total Revenues

Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

159,163

391,914

20,226
752,874

850,228
385,958
106,278
38,228
1,063,244

391,914

20,226
752,874

850,228
385,958
106,278
38,228
1,063,244
159,163

Functional Revenues
$

1,343,515

82,711

Diamond Bar (Los Angeles County)


General Revenues
$

2,301,196

39,240
2,947,710

503,457
908,633

310,455

Total Revenues
$

2,301,196

39,240
2,947,710
1,343,515
503,457
908,633

310,455

82,711

157,283
686,605
34,903
430,358

157,283
686,605
34,903
430,358

546,662

546,662

220,771
6,727

19,869

220,771
26,596

615,102

615,102

23,674

3,377

23,674
3,377

450,873

79,047

450,873
79,047

56,055
18,108

82,524
7,714

138,579
25,822

224,996

739,042
51,978

964,038
51,978

325,877
844,776
1,200
842,782

932,128
8,871

17,922

932,128
8,871
325,877
862,698
1,200
842,782

957,351
624,523

336,340

3,238,110
32,890

1,496

3,238,110
32,890
957,351
626,019

336,340

113,124
77,051

26,771

113,124
77,051

26,771

439,701
79,476

56,586

188,615

513,395

472,638

5,917

439,701
79,476

56,586

188,615

513,395

472,638

5,917

35
30,719
18,234

110,468

35
30,719
128,702

28,225

28,225

4,074,216

4,791,823

8,866,039

6,938,401

11,181,479

18,119,880

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Dinuba (Tulare County)


General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

292,027

Total Revenues
$

520,485

32,187
1,307,710

61,335
165,976
105,935
15,396
927,617
4,629

520,485

32,187
1,307,710
292,027
61,335
165,976
105,935
15,396
927,617
4,629

Functional Revenues

Dixon (Solano County)


General Revenues

178,911

2,715,183

1,673,835

2,832,542

202,930
481,739
56,413
57,701

Total Revenues
$

1,673,835

2,832,542
178,911
202,930
481,739
56,413
57,701

2,715,183

107,498
1,688

315

107,498
2,003

124,057
170

2,573

124,057
2,743

54,640

6,825

54,640
6,825

57,122

983

57,122
983

93,125

249,300
21,505

342,425
21,505

70,305

984,579
17,819

1,054,884
17,819

323,088
1,575,321

940,905

975,058
10,543

34,506

975,058
10,543
323,088
1,609,827

940,905

314,365
94,124

67,145

907,307
34,593

383

907,307
34,593
314,365
94,507

67,145

59,516
224,413
1,028,653
120,573
1,749,963
1,739,697

82,424

1,552,437

34,748
1,644,317
256,333

59,516
224,413
1,028,653
120,573
1,749,963
1,739,697

82,424

1,552,437

34,748
1,644,317
256,333

163,081
379,629
301,767

1,026,454

62,301

354,040

596,519
457,241

163,081
379,629
301,767

1,026,454

62,301

354,040

596,519
457,241

2,558,793

5,327

365,377

5,327

2,924,170

834

1,201,929

1,202,763

14,440,159

4,810,026

19,250,185

6,963,248

8,455,326

15,418,574

69

70

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account

Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

35,263

Dorris (Siskiyou County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

59,665

21,630

3,600
6,066
2,365
659

260

59,665

21,630
35,263
3,600
6,066
2,365
659

260

Functional Revenues
$

67,969

18,600

Dos Palos (Merced County)


General Revenues
$

169,843

417
230,710

43,393
20,846

63,220

Total Revenues
$

169,843

417
230,710
67,969

43,393
20,846

81,820

360
1,182

360
1,182

8,500
3,314

8,500
3,314

71,119
2,977

71,119
2,977

2,694

2,694

24,444

2,071

24,444
2,071

5,114

2,404
2,200

7,518
2,200

24,238

1,064
300

25,302
300

20,377
130,703

157,633

48,898
200

48,898
200
20,377
130,703

157,633

78,933
296,827

257,619
3,864

110

257,619
3,864
78,933
296,937

162

64,557

176,207

108,240

162

64,557

176,207

108,240

3,050
9,960

539,135
327,487

13,440

664,599

15,245

3,050
9,960

539,135
327,487

13,440

664,599

15,245

109,364

109,364

11,476

36,543

48,019

714,306

257,311

971,617

2,169,499

830,000

2,999,499

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

2,579,736

Downey (Los Angeles County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

6,890,356

151,280
12,736,376

769,105
1,959,513
945,602
243,566
5,222,863

6,890,356

151,280
12,736,376
2,579,736
769,105
1,959,513
945,602
243,566
5,222,863

Functional Revenues
$

514,312

Duarte (Los Angeles County)


General Revenues
$

518,978

3,944,852

111,692
530,734
241,105
65,853

Total Revenues
$

518,978

3,944,852
514,312
111,692
530,734
241,105
65,853

1,098,896

1,098,896

1,061,980

1,061,980

589,194
263,328

589,194
263,328

271,105
86,154

271,105
86,154

1,829,520

29,942

1,829,520
29,942

104,599

159,449

104,599
159,449

1,100,771

3,841,880
494,954

4,942,651
494,954

16,344

229,047

245,391

2,996,547
2,296,342
77,149
3,366,308

6,202,432
88,741

316,892

6,202,432
88,741
2,996,547
2,613,234
77,149
3,366,308

429,534
250,750

331,364

1,325,989
6,345

1,325,989
6,345
429,534
250,750

331,364

448,379
25,038
2,681,553
19,210
129,482
198,532

430,963
3,089,661
9,034,945

9,349
3,023,639
357,790

448,379
25,038
2,681,553
19,210
129,482
198,532

430,963
3,089,661
9,034,945

9,349
3,023,639
357,790

84,124
7,521

43,890

306,882

7,449

130,000

84,124
7,521

43,890

306,882

7,449

130,000

1,144,184

(6,710)
129,567
129,567

(6,710)
129,567
1,273,751

36,790,516

40,145,926

76,936,442

3,646,008

7,134,044

10,780,052

71

72

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account

Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

19,892,494

Dublin (Alameda County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

8,462,857

331,855
12,813,109

810,220
1,385,816
111,646
434,832

8,462,857

331,855
12,813,109

810,220
1,385,816
111,646
434,832

19,892,494

Functional Revenues
$

35,483

Dunsmuir (Siskiyou County)


General Revenues
$

170,280

78,652

68,314
22,138
11,472
7,261

Total Revenues
$

170,280
35,483

78,652

68,314
22,138
11,472
7,261

91,100

399,231
210,169

91,100

399,231
210,169

2,118,472
97,133

111,646

2,118,472
208,779

16,182
3,862

16,182
3,862

118,191

118,191

9,235
5,276

813

9,235
6,089

1,906,580

1,843,674
85,937

3,750,254
85,937

21,941

38,098
76,980

60,039
76,980

622,502
532,868
142,477
349,313

1,939,576
130,168

250,765

1,939,576
130,168
622,502
783,633
142,477
349,313

38,681
125,770
41,911
464,285

105,530
2,455

13,914

105,530
2,455
38,681
139,684
41,911
464,285

2,684,627
17,766
473,464

1,998,582

758,289

178,434

2,684,627
17,766
473,464

1,998,582

758,289

178,434

1,225

61,734

554,379
217,240

422,398

23,320

254,869
2,678

1,225

61,734

554,379
217,240

422,398

23,320

254,869
2,678

774
83,179
409,770

774
83,179
409,770

8,960

8,960

32,473,501

29,324,015

61,797,516

2,309,429

595,907

2,905,336

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
East Palo Alto (San Mateo County)
Functional Revenues
General Revenues

Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

374,692

Total Revenues
$

2,565,406

1,898,609

505,081
264,077
63,005
68,592

2,565,406

1,898,609

505,081
264,077
63,005
68,592
374,692

Functional Revenues
$

1,324,000

377,968

El Cajon (San Diego County)


General Revenues
$

4,415,631

19,262,471

943,452
3,044,085
782,356
227,235

Total Revenues
$

4,415,631

19,262,471
1,324,000
943,452
3,044,085
782,356
227,235

377,968

314,723

314,723

632,566
40,729

632,566
40,729

227,037
148,440

227,037
148,440

414,297
47,516

163,809

414,297
211,325

46,494

449,483
7,900

495,977
7,900

949,493

872,388
617,173

1,821,881
617,173

673,928
8,146
1,597,347
2,105,647

1,660,677
33,503

70,710

1,660,677
33,503
673,928
78,856
1,597,347
2,105,647

1,650,634
1,140,337
36,830
4,558,339

5,406,327
60,735

5,406,327
60,735
1,650,634
1,140,337
36,830
4,558,339

168,028
41,859

143,820

1,369,372

68,760

116,480

611,652

168,028
41,859

143,820

1,369,372

68,760

116,480

611,652

113,866
511,010
2,478,060
65,122
11,612,910

3,950

1,551,800
804,102

113,866
511,010
2,478,060
65,122
11,612,910

3,950

1,551,800
804,102

1,586,485

162,531
63,737

162,531
1,650,222

769,743

264,431

316,740

264,431

1,086,483

9,602,910

7,813,311

17,416,221

29,083,272

36,376,833

65,460,105

73

74

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account

Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

2,451,519

289

El Centro (Imperial County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

2,047,027

63
6,066,293

791,481
176,306
175,135
38,963

429,450

2,047,027

63
6,066,293
2,451,519
791,481
176,306
175,135
38,963

429,739

Functional Revenues
$

641,380

El Cerrito (Contra Costa County)


General Revenues
$

3,479,938

698
3,244,307

82,677
492,718
524,226
1,036,725
2,212,174

Total Revenues
$

3,479,938

698
3,244,307

82,677
492,718
524,226
1,036,725
2,212,174
641,380

670,870

670,870

191,404
2,415

191,404
2,415

377,577

377,577

48,274

22,031

48,274
22,031

100,292

247,629

100,292
247,629

2,932,543
32,512

85,153

3,017,696
32,512

172,458

298,125
76,772

470,583
76,772

690,203
1,045,994
350,891
2,794,288

2,204,051
40,239

2,204,051
40,239
690,203
1,045,994
350,891
2,794,288

498,064
686,485

275

1,409,233
66,774

25,074

1,409,233
66,774
498,064
711,559

275

144,837
138,112
34,153
39,109
4,067,118
3,119,224

89,025

3,478,547

52,723,737

604,801

144,837
138,112
34,153
39,109
4,067,118
3,119,224

89,025

3,478,547

52,723,737

604,801

262,535
129,669
39,833
144,869

666,638
11,145
1,920,441

1,296,207

262,535
129,669
39,833
144,869

666,638
11,145
1,920,441

1,296,207

3,772,737
618,270

29,851

29,851
3,772,737
618,270

1,389,283
228,674

235

41,729

235
1,389,283
270,403

79,370,002

12,106,043

91,476,045

9,236,695

13,239,034

22,475,729

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

5,823,534

1,527,434

61,211

El Monte (Los Angeles County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

3,184,915

117,295
15,409,959

256,205
1,653,113
1,547,847
163,382
7,348,073

3,184,915
5,823,534
117,295
15,409,959
1,527,434
256,205
1,653,113
1,547,847
163,382
7,348,073
61,211

El Paso De Robles (San Luis Obispo County)


Functional Revenues
General Revenues
Total Revenues
$

722,937

3,202,421

2,833,571

416
5,408,997

1,040,692
1,543,310
283,195
159,474

2,833,571

416
5,408,997
722,937
1,040,692
1,543,310
283,195
159,474

3,202,421

7,661
16,263

7,661
16,263

14,241
321,358

14,241
321,358

706,426
5,425

344,238

706,426
349,663

1,013,950

1,013,950

424,292
256,317

676,035

424,292
932,352

68,824

81,729

68,824
81,729

628,170

2,881,779
141,001

3,509,949
141,001

945,630

2,051,756
212,129

2,997,386
212,129

84,465
1,441,420
4,537,209
41,523
6,177,457

6,556,475
45,269

2,814

6,556,475
129,734
1,441,420
4,540,023
41,523
6,177,457

550,123
1,583,063
19,000
387,064

1,407,038
43,161

83,161

1,407,038
43,161
550,123
1,666,224
19,000
387,064

191,578
386,189
4,850
134,093

15,746

230,710

2,817,619

22,241

2,489,140

191,578
386,189
4,850
134,093

15,746

230,710

2,817,619

22,241

2,489,140

450,424
64,250
15,830
155,668
2,073,640

477,756

2,341,842

423,939

86,790
308,650
8,170

450,424
64,250
15,830
155,668
2,073,640

477,756

2,341,842

423,939

86,790
308,650
8,170

3,986
148,120

247

313,197

247
3,986
461,317

40
5,679,649

70,730

583,713

70,730
40
6,263,362

5,380,000
2,500,000

5,380,000
2,500,000

15,000,214

15,000,214

36,063,079

40,641,844

76,704,923

35,915,473

15,803,072

51,718,545

75

76

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account

Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

El Segundo (Los Angeles County)


General Revenues

209,158

995,876

Total Revenues
$

4,638,151

204,027
8,787,504

2,848,812
4,141,530
9,359,918
101,343
8,601,081

4,638,151

204,027
8,787,504
209,158
2,848,812
4,141,530
9,359,918
101,343
8,601,081
995,876

Functional Revenues
$

8,822,001

Elk Grove (Sacramento County)


General Revenues
$

2,333,639

10,021,143

453,968

447,177
1,556,090

Total Revenues
$

2,333,639

10,021,143

453,968

447,177
1,556,090
8,822,001

535,767

97,582

633,349

3,226,933

123,724

3,226,933
123,724

362,029

113,012

362,029
113,012

91,169

97,422

91,169
97,422

328,829

2,527,528
55,930

2,856,357
55,930

595,880

595,880

309,584
538,006
269,855
606,101

992,202
66,736

992,202
66,736
309,584
538,006
269,855
606,101

1,893,879
4,980,660

6,072,505
26,794

23,015

6,072,505
26,794
1,893,879
5,003,675

1,300,941
614,246
179,194
2,636
832,599

518,922
2,606,013
10,221,746

507,383

356,650

1,300,941
614,246
179,194
2,636
832,599

518,922
2,606,013
10,221,746

507,383

356,650

749,903

150,678

65,403

80,976

749,903

150,678

65,403

80,976

116,963

49,230
13,739
1,009,736

49,230
13,739
1,126,699

5,000,000

5,000,000

21,412,498

43,608,061

65,020,559

25,061,602

21,751,357

46,812,959

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

151,144

214,749

Emeryville (Alameda County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

901,187

8,989
6,735,230

2,533,779
917,262
4,495,900
59,375
2,160,013

901,187

8,989
6,735,230
151,144
2,533,779
917,262
4,495,900
59,375
2,160,013
214,749

Functional Revenues
$

187,672

29,315

Encinitas (San Diego County)


General Revenues
$

15,454,919

201,520
9,496,757

938,494
1,807,263

430,619

Total Revenues
$

15,454,919

201,520
9,496,757

1,126,166
1,807,263

430,619

29,315

214,500

30,687

214,500

30,687

453,095
63,285

453,095
63,285

1,034,037
132,541

266,559

1,034,037
399,100

112,156

112,156

213,140

213,140

579,459
90

1,240

579,459
1,330

573,273
92,214

1,384,096
322,585

1,957,369
414,799

1,634,421

1,724,908
1,748,853

3,359,329
1,748,853

162,196
355,793
215,325
364,105

408,547
61,193

24,053

408,547
61,193
162,196
379,846
215,325
364,105

1,120,869
930,744
583,072
1,169,344

3,703,257
247,697

253,818

3,703,257
247,697
1,120,869
1,184,562
583,072
1,169,344

676,507
23,309
12,273
124,331
964,972
18,018

187,412

1,489,862

1,677,917

676,507
23,309
12,273
124,331
964,972
18,018

187,412

1,489,862

1,677,917

168,701
31,688
128,853
2,805,302
4,366,785
321,547

625,848

293,546
931,266

168,701
31,688
128,853
2,805,302
4,366,785
321,547

625,848

293,546
931,266

100

167
396,192
1,085,200

167
396,192
1,085,300

20,482
2,934,281

20,482
2,934,281

8,928,405

21,760,327

30,688,732

19,491,821

36,009,345

55,501,166

77

78

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account

Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

878,932

707,311

Escalon (San Joaquin County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

544,086

25,121
705,316

2,715
182,585
30,101
20,083

544,086

25,121
705,316
878,932
2,715
182,585
30,101
20,083

707,311

Functional Revenues
$

Escondido (San Diego County)


General Revenues
$

6,094,813

105,685
26,400,786

1,076,144
3,709,646
1,337,856
492,777

Total Revenues
$

6,094,813

105,685
26,400,786

1,076,144
3,709,646
1,337,856
492,777

26,280

26,280

359,935

359,935

285,859
2,529

1,930

285,859
4,459

1,645,408
27,437

1,645,408
27,437

29,539

29,539

630,056
58,854

189,280

630,056
248,134

207,744
22,190

107,765
9,853

315,509
32,043

4,366,089
393,553

2,280,797
2,321,734

6,646,886
2,715,287

107,749
2,481,645

217,015

339,362
11,412

145

339,362
11,412
107,749
2,481,790

217,015

2,337,580
10,398,244
1,143,197
136,411

7,444,409
92,472

93,092
138,483

7,444,409
92,472
2,337,580
10,491,336
1,281,680
136,411

9,630
28,548

108,546
1,270,706

93,872

1,123,530

152,476

9,630
28,548

108,546
1,270,706

93,872

1,123,530

152,476

288,351
1,583,684
4,687,182
1,790,557
18,990,003
3,819
42,152
1,862,897
185,038
28,664,047

2,265,755

288,351
1,583,684
4,687,182
1,790,557
18,990,003
3,819
42,152
1,862,897
185,038
28,664,047

2,265,755

6,081
385,940

1,200

45,441

1,200
6,081
431,381

5,738,840
2,714,030
5,980,267

833,066

5,738,840
2,714,030
6,813,333

8,146,122

2,027,115

10,173,237

96,293,386

52,611,040

148,904,426

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Etna (Siskiyou County)


General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

58,856

235
42,282

3,285
5,459
1,758
1,693

58,856

235
42,282

3,285
5,459
1,758
1,693

Functional Revenues
$

889,021

Eureka (Humboldt County)


General Revenues
$

1,028,395

2,504
7,316,774

1,377,463
617,578
252,347
53,432
1,025,878

Total Revenues
$

1,028,395

2,504
7,316,774
889,021
1,377,463
617,578
252,347
53,432
1,025,878

24,916
137,704

24,916
137,704

840

840

283,987
26,204

6,668

283,987
32,872

294

294

86,333
127,962

86,333
127,962

7,475

10,205
12,851

17,680
12,851

1,298,365

859,788
63,096

2,158,153
63,096

27,364
285,126

346,783

39,757
1,708

117

39,757
1,708
27,364
285,243

346,783

514,124
1,380,403

1,862,532

1,518,626
27,234

52,037

958

1,518,626
27,234
514,124
1,432,440

1,862,532
958

450

59,056

835,735

1,053

80,094

383

450

59,056

835,735

1,053

80,094

383

135,712
324,252
203,957
6,790
3,416,137

44,485
265,084
49,302
2,836,800

12,563
462,532

360,454
1,297,832
370,780

135,712
324,252
203,957
6,790
3,416,137

44,485
265,084
49,302
2,836,800

12,563
462,532

360,454
1,297,832
370,780

27,683

16,443

44,126

872
58,393
548,835

433,441

872
58,393
982,276

405,000

405,000

3,625,000

3,625,000

2,239,956

194,649

2,434,605

20,488,711

14,636,219

35,124,930

79

80

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account

Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Exeter (Tulare County)


General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

171,566

Total Revenues
$

345,783

76,104
534,168

80,011
114,302
19,242
19,154
445,335
177,793

345,783

76,104
534,168
171,566
80,011
114,302
19,242
19,154
445,335
177,793

Functional Revenues

Fairfax (Marin County)


General Revenues

121,491

1,668,545

185,216
324,866

31,208
209,710
104,392
34,940
375,691

Total Revenues
$

1,668,545
121,491
185,216
324,866

31,208
209,710
104,392
34,940
375,691

141,540
5,567

141,540
5,567

90,101

90,101

2,757

18,270

2,757
18,270

22,206

42,976

22,206
42,976

164,559

112,651
1,646

277,210
1,646

49,660

80,575
54,097

130,235
54,097

158,843
90,169

1,537,240

475,640
13,208

52,852

475,640
13,208
158,843
143,021

1,537,240

9,120
150,309
585,817
5,000
26,541

375,058
11,911

108,573

375,058
21,031
150,309
694,390
5,000
26,541

8,685

9,047
750,732
757,051

49,755

641,159

8,316

53,264

8,685

9,047
750,732
757,051

49,755

641,159

8,316

53,264

49,380

20,911

24,731

69,838

49,380

20,911

24,731

69,838

(21,041)

(21,041)

2,500

26,242

28,742

3,023,600

3,023,600

4,529,209

2,486,159

7,015,368

4,161,104

3,724,101

7,885,205

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

419,070

2,281,252

13,167,169

Fairfield (Solano County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

6,371,601

15,226,504

1,282,299
2,568,947
909,620
422,840
2,716,415

6,371,601
419,070

15,226,504
2,281,252
1,282,299
2,568,947
909,620
422,840
2,716,415
13,167,169

Functional Revenues
$

183,787

33,111

Farmersville (Tulare County)


General Revenues
$

203,051

198,887

100,342
27,182
2,078

Total Revenues
$

203,051

198,887
183,787

100,342
27,182
2,078

33,111

3,871,585

3,871,585

2,066,467
52,189

202,226

2,066,467
254,415

87,489
3,197

25,181

87,489
28,378

539,553
42,940

2,100

539,553
45,040

10,663

7,121

10,663
7,121

5,997,000
435,922

1,923,439
301,507

7,920,439
737,429

29,887

11,263

41,150

9,040
1,690,403
2,271,925

15,857,674

5,514,843
184,367

336,301

2,538,750

5,514,843
193,407
1,690,403
2,608,226

15,857,674
2,538,750

152,413
255,873

1,186,474

443,955
3,079

48,563

443,955
3,079
152,413
304,436

1,186,474

691,990
205,243
65,175
1,096,818

1,535,680
5,375,005
25,157,048

1,142,761
1,288,470
2,656,460

691,990
205,243
65,175
1,096,818

1,535,680
5,375,005
25,157,048

1,142,761
1,288,470
2,656,460

54,780
409

541,561
397,400

1,999

377,747

814,230

54,780
409

541,561
397,400

1,999

377,747

814,230

8,858
702,265
314,329

5,378

2,459,102

14,236
702,265
2,773,431

473,196

76,486

549,682

334,781

334,781

88,942,291

42,966,239

131,908,530

4,938,997

1,147,188

6,086,185

81

82

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account

Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

34,990

Ferndale (Humboldt County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

73,091

127,700

84,431
21,983
12,408
2,760

73,091

127,700
34,990
84,431
21,983
12,408
2,760

Functional Revenues
$

24,146

Fillmore (Ventura County)


General Revenues
$

254,086

53,098
853,187

50,499
238,224
73,909

Total Revenues
$

254,086

53,098
853,187

50,499
238,224
73,909

24,146

220

220

179,986

179,986

15,810
6,686

15,810
6,686

247,061
3,996

4,980

247,061
8,976

3,454

3,454

127,436

127,436

13,324
133

11,109
1,300

24,433
1,433

15,344
47,293

142,825
12,000

158,169
59,293

28,437
427,112
11,558
299,786

77,548
1,886

32

77,548
1,886
28,437
427,144
11,558
299,786

244,592
1,282,594

921,212

792,083
6,050

369

792,083
6,050
244,592
1,282,963

921,212

124

4,136
155,808

406

50,067

124

4,136
155,808

406

50,067

85,370
17,242
815
45,518
876,011
43,268

33,223

1,751,003

562,825

85,370
17,242
815
45,518
876,011
43,268

33,223

1,751,003

562,825

485

105
10,989

590
10,989

995,000

712,695

500,752

112,536

1,495,752

825,231

80,000

80,000

1,132,536

425,342

1,557,878

8,216,630

3,094,598

11,311,228

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

159,504

12,670

Firebaugh (Fresno County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

76,550

12,639
584,634

630
91,151
27,626
4,620
533,309

76,550

12,639
584,634
159,504
630
91,151
27,626
4,620
533,309
12,670

Functional Revenues
$

3,539,441

2,038,467

1,656,813

Folsom (Sacramento County)


General Revenues
$

7,490,623

14,122,602

667,164
435,076
404,510
420,745

11,036,756

Total Revenues
$

7,490,623
3,539,441

14,122,602
2,038,467
667,164
435,076
404,510
420,745

12,693,569

249,075

249,075

105,927
562

105,927
562

1,789,339

16,181

1,789,339
16,181

75,894

22,491

75,894
22,491

123,243

12,550

123,243
12,550

52,907

16,579
22,967

69,486
22,967

637,358
479,545

1,928,054
342,834

2,565,412
822,379

99,961
356,275

396,393

325,483
5,958

139

325,483
5,958
99,961
356,414

396,393

945,437
3,804,622
29,489
3,666,762

3,139,424
237,302

91,594

3,139,424
237,302
945,437
3,896,216
29,489
3,666,762

13,850

611,544

69,706

983,585

6,495

13,850

611,544

69,706

983,585

6,495

1,011,258
86,343
898,303
3,098,130
4,425,466
7,353,831

174,482

8,369,276

401,295

33,144

1,011,258
86,343
898,303
3,098,130
4,425,466
7,353,831

174,482

8,369,276

401,295

33,144

65,548

65,548

9,268
149,672
12,632,862

1,387,013

9,268
149,672
14,019,875

3,762,536

3,762,536

2,945,273

1,790,324

4,735,597

61,365,457

41,732,428

103,097,885

83

84

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account

Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

Fontana (San Bernardino County)


General Revenues

Total Revenues
$

707,986

142,119
13,535,401

244,998
4,167,937
2,763,439
502,696
8,048,010
5,697,776

707,986

142,119
13,535,401

244,998
4,167,937
2,763,439
502,696
8,048,010
5,697,776

Functional Revenues
$

137,546

Fort Bragg (Mendocino County)


General Revenues
$

215,557

319
1,576,076

1,350,266
205,645
162,651
9,435

Total Revenues
$

215,557

319
1,576,076

1,350,266
205,645
162,651
9,435

137,546

357,057

58,814
10,261,606

357,057

58,814
10,261,606

35,190

35,190

8,556,157
103,132

81,794

8,556,157
184,926

74,993
10,363

74,993
10,363

699,271
89,443

363,849

699,271
453,292

10,222

10,222

8,424,706
137,948

2,304,913
2,243,259

10,729,619
2,381,207

180,266

48,858
3,971

229,124
3,971

2,494,380
712,518
1,296,838
2,982,954

7,539,245
15,719

1,030,021

7,539,245
15,719
2,494,380
1,742,539
1,296,838
2,982,954

144,410
1,140,484

1,949,845

357,580
4,794

69

357,580
4,794
144,410
1,140,553

1,949,845

174,511

8,413,927

910,309

6,397,227
13,552,411

174,511

8,413,927

910,309

6,397,227
13,552,411

42,675
83,626

2,260

1,449,158

42,675
83,626

2,260

1,449,158

3,818,929

16,677
39,111

16,677
39,111
3,818,929

40,000
82,028

12,635

399,273

12,635
40,000
481,301

69,442,138

49,444,950

118,887,088

5,383,066

4,347,129

9,730,195

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

7,500

Fort Jones (Siskiyou County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

32,808

750
89,541

5,001
2,778

32,808

750
89,541

5,001
2,778

7,500

Functional Revenues
$

261,720

84,095

Fortuna (Humboldt County)


General Revenues
$

200,823

1,146,665

232,639
173,087
59,950
23,386

Total Revenues
$

200,823

1,146,665
261,720
232,639
173,087
59,950
23,386

84,095

900

900

32,853

32,853

2,390

2,390

146,940
2,730

146,940
2,730

1,659

1,659

30,177
1,680

2,477

30,177
4,157

2,021

4,274
13,663

6,295
13,663

1,344,089

68,026

1,412,115

26,748
190,612

32,961
626

32,961
626
26,748
190,612

188,921
321,239
14,900
652

581,753
5,498

6,722

581,753
5,498
188,921
327,961
14,900
652

1,850

114,126

1,850

114,126

112,539
47,184

1,114,415
380,873

130,546

1,357,843

9,294

246,432

112,539
47,184

1,114,415
380,873

130,546

1,357,843

9,294

246,432

23,205
(354,317)

5,473

23,205
(348,844)

347,806

182,402

530,208

5,498,010

2,506,499

8,004,509

85

86

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account

Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

387,183

Foster City (San Mateo County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

4,029,870

1,045,722
831,930
516,003
141,060

2,103,103

4,029,870
387,183
1,045,722
831,930
516,003
141,060

2,103,103

Functional Revenues
$

3,351,149

521,637

Fountain Valley (Orange County)


General Revenues
$

5,024,119

134,373
9,026,111

647,708
1,177,238
530,838
162,775

Total Revenues
$

5,024,119

134,373
9,026,111
3,351,149
647,708
1,177,238
530,838
162,775

521,637

28,686

28,686

464,101
37

464,101
37

347,359
176,078

347,359
176,078

117,738

48,222

117,738
48,222

355,595
335,378

355,595
335,378

147,315

1,628,853
1,633,532

1,776,168
1,633,532

316,213
165,429

1,773,838
131,136

2,090,051
296,565

518,031
871,012

1,602,643

684

1,602,643

518,031
871,696

1,038,120
834,806
85,770
2,211,600

3,102,127
71,308

1,313

800,000

3,102,127
71,308
1,038,120
836,119
85,770
2,211,600
800,000

246,825
21,489
96,560
59,280

896,043

8,642,128
19,899

246,825
21,489
96,560
59,280

896,043

8,642,128
19,899

144,514
101,458
142,846
41,076

2,629,006

292,063

7,656,660

79,446

144,514
101,458
142,846
41,076

2,629,006

292,063

7,656,660

79,446

146

184,297

146

184,297

23,540
2,627,890

568,372

23,540
3,196,262

12,487,641

13,766,065

26,253,706

23,506,319

23,151,256

46,657,575

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Fowler (Fresno County)


General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

151,653

17,598
395,854

80,872

6,874
210,847

151,653

17,598
395,854

80,872

6,874
210,847

Functional Revenues
$

1,490,336

2,916,141

Fremont (Alameda County)


General Revenues
$

28,836,667

2,679,438
28,078,665

2,175,301
7,466,757
5,396,136
986,644

259,635

Total Revenues
$

28,836,667

2,679,438
28,078,665
1,490,336
2,175,301
7,466,757
5,396,136
986,644

3,175,776

1,000,593

87,836
1,217,884

1,000,593

87,836
1,217,884

187,802
282

17,911

187,802
18,193

4,265,795
146,106

9,330

4,265,795
155,436

42,229

610

42,229
610

1,376,396
1,027,859

(10,969)

1,376,396
1,016,890

23,325
9,631

23,325
9,631

5,137,806
416,646

3,345,289
377,306

8,483,095
793,952

201,007
571,267

60,420

226,695
6,138

96

226,695
6,138
201,007
571,363

60,420

3,835,888
5,036,941
174,673
4,508,910

11,568,423
498,480

365,149

11,568,423
498,480
3,835,888
5,402,090
174,673
4,508,910

52,156
13,039

20,701

417,137

29,681

328,828

9,951

52,156
13,039

20,701

417,137

29,681

328,828

9,951

2,115,611
931,645
927,220

2,145,968

2,978,784

4,329

1,107,552

2,115,611
931,645
927,220

2,145,968

2,978,784

4,329

1,107,552

105,242

43,894

150,032

43,894

255,274

804,050

804,050

10,055,000

10,055,000

2,039,742

1,342,030

3,381,772

53,709,969

92,032,251

145,742,220

87

88

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account

Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

5,693,058

16,345,249

67,286

Fresno (Fresno County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

33,593,367

1,806,219
52,679,842

3,859,513
5,160,985
12,154,651
804,275

33,593,367
5,693,058
1,806,219
52,679,842
16,345,249
3,859,513
5,160,985
12,154,651
804,275

67,286

Functional Revenues
$

1,445,752

7,912,665

Fullerton (Orange County)


General Revenues
$

12,202,816

112,231
14,126,662

1,533,781
4,309,896
1,048,750
600,725

23,318

Total Revenues
$

12,202,816

112,231
14,126,662
1,445,752
1,533,781
4,309,896
1,048,750
600,725

7,935,983

3,977,423
1,335,658

3,977,423
1,335,658

1,668,017
489,257

1,668,017
489,257

858,230
239,362

2,457

858,230
241,819

1,027,910

549,158

1,027,910
549,158

12,522,710
31,770

749,865

13,272,575
31,770

751,471

1,742,797
963,893

2,494,268
963,893

134,093
7,819,606
12,829,576
125,384
41,293,600
8,696,210

24,352,821
911,514

1,435,188

24,352,821
1,045,607
7,819,606
14,264,764
125,384
41,293,600
8,696,210

2,395,835
2,791,975

4,832,720

7,215,142
171,519

119,863

7,215,142
171,519
2,395,835
2,911,838

4,832,720

3,048,388
1,213,839
396,276
826,860
48,110,139
40,003,076
4,308,533
816,105

36,919,724

8,051,198

7,827,025
3,463,568
12,302,715

3,048,388
1,213,839
396,276
826,860
48,110,139
40,003,076
4,308,533
816,105

36,919,724

8,051,198

7,827,025
3,463,568
12,302,715

1,197,716
425,472
1,036,419
523,709
3,968,545
7,203,293

629,719
687,126
16,284,160

931,913

468,042
1,099,784

1,197,716
425,472
1,036,419
523,709
3,968,545
7,203,293

629,719
687,126
16,284,160

931,913

468,042
1,099,784

675,332
154,468
10,676,279

675,332
154,468
10,676,279

4,758,781

6,031

6,031

4,758,781

13,973,000

13,973,000

304,735,740

137,510,697

442,246,437

62,530,281

44,726,582

107,256,863

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

3,176,846

2,664,576

Galt (Sacramento County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

1,151,420

27,670
877,466

156,918
170,120
103,256
62,032

1,151,420

27,670
877,466
3,176,846
156,918
170,120
103,256
62,032

2,664,576

Functional Revenues
$

1,580,699

Garden Grove (Orange County)


General Revenues
$

7,398,326

157,045
17,099,202

4,280,764
1,912,931
2,164,240
429,447

589,284

Total Revenues
$

7,398,326
1,580,699
157,045
17,099,202

4,280,764
1,912,931
2,164,240
429,447

589,284

539,710

539,710

1,323,019
692,036

1,323,019
692,036

400,259

400,259

638,280
158,300

93,225

638,280
251,525

62,169

46,698

62,169
46,698

1,316,516
130,487

54,326

1,316,516
184,813

1,296,819
2,584,346

231,145
18,405

1,527,964
2,602,751

1,058,796

737,694
196,014

1,796,490
196,014

375,520
3,935,103

27,733

1,113,283
26,095

476

1,113,283
26,095
375,520
3,935,579

27,733

36,828
2,844,770
1,711,869
2,052,067
8,280,978

9,353,926
105,880

229,200

9,353,926
142,708
2,844,770
1,941,069
2,052,067
8,280,978

257,215
16,096

369,220
1,803,239
1,095,278

379,673

1,808,802

205,414

257,215
16,096

369,220
1,803,239
1,095,278

379,673

1,808,802

205,414

669,947
685,767
687,480

27,493
632,015
627,074
16,189,254

5,002,944
20,098,577

669,947
685,767
687,480

27,493
632,015
627,074
16,189,254

5,002,944
20,098,577

601,390

601,390

559,834

559,834

4,830,000

4,830,000

22,735,000

22,735,000

26,429,408

3,984,984

30,414,392

89,180,196

45,361,338

134,541,534

89

90

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account

Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

4,479,000

669,802

Gardena (Los Angeles County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

3,557,147

10,794
7,217,254

380,429
1,320,719
1,923,911
139,429
3,714,414
5,878,231

3,557,147

10,794
7,217,254
4,479,000
380,429
1,320,719
1,923,911
139,429
3,714,414
6,548,033

Functional Revenues
$

Gilroy (Santa Clara County)


General Revenues
$

3,884,568

10,925,487

870,890
1,026,966
457,461
266,913
3,299,557

Total Revenues
$

3,884,568

10,925,487

870,890
1,026,966
457,461
266,913
3,299,557

474,523

474,523

221,464
79,306

221,464
79,306

74,098

5,060

79,158

74,885
481,474

74,885
481,474

78,325
88,860

42,126

120,451
88,860

1,871,977

697,173
37,625

2,569,150
37,625

1,095,049
3,490,688
698,468
3,375,871

3,254,232
50,923

49,767

3,254,232
50,923
1,095,049
3,540,455
698,468
3,375,871

835,917
991,248
58,149
740,040

2,426,474
36,654

2,426,474
36,654
835,917
991,248
58,149
740,040

169,955
178,379
4,816
33,030
833,063

263,240

2,437,252
1,375,564
299,746

169,955
178,379
4,816
33,030
833,063

263,240

2,437,252
1,375,564
299,746

120,896
1,205,546
70,538
1,922,967
8,784,423
294,273

597,475
417,049
4,946,155

6,423,957

120,896
1,205,546
70,538
1,922,967
8,784,423
294,273

597,475
417,049
4,946,155

6,423,957

55,047

888,909

943,956

2,484

329,888

2,484

329,888

20,957,807

28,428,285

49,386,092

29,354,708

24,267,200

53,621,908

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

5,064,428

Glendale (Los Angeles County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

14,510,707

53,110
28,731,469

2,329,104
1,885,108

708,829
18,699,935

14,510,707

53,110
28,731,469

2,329,104
1,885,108

708,829
18,699,935
5,064,428

Functional Revenues
$

1,141,152

72,215

Glendora (Los Angeles County)


General Revenues
$

2,623,800

33,540
5,251,763

65,650
1,093,853
341,075
160,816

4,452

Total Revenues
$

2,623,800

33,540
5,251,763
1,141,152
65,650
1,093,853
341,075
160,816

76,667

4,201,104

4,201,104

76,495
338,664

76,495
338,664

3,045,465

3,045,465

369,576
105,898

369,576
105,898

1,287,453
283,665

1,287,453
283,665

281,378
121,095

281,378
121,095

18,629,022

6,105,424
2,215,383

24,734,446
2,215,383

632,581
1,168

624,507
405,231

1,257,088
406,399

3,975,890
3,376,689
702,428
33,494,900

11,119,433
214,530

566,839

11,119,433
214,530
3,975,890
3,943,528
702,428
33,494,900

942,368
774,918
21,385
907,092

2,792,216
39,346

67,963

2,792,216
39,346
942,368
842,881
21,385
907,092

194,569
1,766,641
2,301,579
31,218
18,252,337

5,464,878
77,267

28,467,545
188,297,461

7,021,043
28,740,791
1,537,502

194,569
1,766,641
2,301,579
31,218
18,252,337

5,464,878
77,267

28,467,545
188,297,461

7,021,043
28,740,791
1,537,502

302,983
65,872

90,503

3,260,301

472,747
512,952
6,746,289

22,507

58,154

302,983
65,872

90,503

3,260,301

472,747
512,952
6,746,289

22,507

58,154

1,193
544,813
14,257,981

140,762
6,400,782

1,193
685,575
20,658,763

52,846
(12,248)

54,796

52,846
42,548

371,017,862

93,681,415

464,699,277

17,358,891

13,559,008

30,917,899

91

92

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account

Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

Goleta (Santa Barbara County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

646,130

1,238,182

890,768
109,845

54,231

646,130

1,238,182

890,768
109,845

54,231

Functional Revenues
$

Gonzales (Monterey County)


General Revenues
$

469,476

257,127

2,492
270,248
15,402
17,649
166,103
332,418

Total Revenues
$

469,476

257,127

2,492
270,248
15,402
17,649
166,103
332,418

140,624
531

140,624
531

10,095

10,095

43,697

43,697

27,198

27,198

13,791

414,522
60,486

428,313
60,486

213,060

1,118,066

1,118,066

213,060

330,778
316,993

316,025

443,176
3,919

6,225

443,176
3,919
330,778
316,993
6,225
316,025

47,894
258,188

536,801
579,114

9,966

959,215

(146,800)
850,269

47,894
258,188

536,801
579,114

9,966

959,215

(146,800)
850,269

155

155

272,709

42,523
55,340

42,523
328,049

1,500,000

1,500,000

1,713,060

4,094,670

5,807,730

4,529,795

2,557,106

7,086,901

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Grand Terrace (San Bernardino County)
Functional Revenues
General Revenues
Total Revenues

Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

27,530

375,477

10,977
606,287

338,347
66,633
21,004

375,477

10,977
606,287

338,347
66,633
21,004

27,530

Functional Revenues
$

186,386

Grass Valley (Nevada County)


General Revenues
$

1,376,288

782
3,436,603

131,380
222,657
133,027
43,661

Total Revenues
$

1,376,288

782
3,436,603

131,380
222,657
133,027
43,661

186,386

11,216

11,216

151,647
4,500
56,430
28,539

151,647
4,500
56,430
28,539

50,890
890

50,890
890

101,713
25,463

101,713
25,463

30,164

7,874

30,164
7,874

158,324

158,324

99,151

75,303
13,290

174,454
13,290

397,476

390,630

788,106

201,228
609,729
50,000
6,247

648,749
7,359

21,456

648,749
7,359
201,228
631,185
50,000
6,247

616,310
495,125

778,854

651,443
24,267

41,845

651,443
24,267
616,310
536,970

778,854

38,078
17,376
18,715
1,930
1,018,101

800

872,898

38,078
17,376
18,715
1,930
1,018,101

800

872,898

220,548
28,308
49,669
31,326
2,532,845

57,997

1,107,906

36,597

220,548
28,308
49,669
31,326
2,532,845

57,997

1,107,906

36,597

11,654

561,199

572,853

25,000

5,632

115,433

18,496

140,433

24,128

535,000

535,000

3,066,597

2,753,955

5,820,552

7,631,595

6,586,512

14,218,107

93

94

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account

Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

347,693

127,455

Greenfield (Monterey County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

287,253

4,079
495,831

15,060
65,537
16,822
22,958
309,166

287,253

4,079
495,831
347,693
15,060
65,537
16,822
22,958
309,166
127,455

Functional Revenues

Gridley (Butte County)


General Revenues

47,751

262,367

549
772,554

24,756
49,983
8,135
5,916

Total Revenues
$

262,367

549
772,554
47,751
24,756
49,983
8,135
5,916

6,905

6,905

95,735
4,753

95,735
4,753

48,032
10,215

48,032
10,215

39,312

11,908

39,312
11,908

45,988

45,988

133,581
11,825

82,901
1,100

216,482
12,925

66,280
1,265

287,043

353,323
1,265

204,430
203,140

87,472

708,092
3,086

5,598

708,092
3,086
204,430
208,738

87,472

110,530
286,660

413,209

271,082
7,363

5,600

271,082
7,363
110,530
292,260

413,209

34,609
18,451

30,124
395,986
975,481

700,573

10,298

495

34,609
18,451

30,124
395,986
975,481

700,573

10,298

495

420,000

45,887
584,967
565,191

683,024
2,712,417

13,172

14,021

420,000

45,887
584,967
565,191

683,024
2,712,417

13,172

14,021

195,710

6,545

202,255

140,000

140,000

3,617,123

2,035,936

5,653,059

6,215,514

1,695,348

7,910,862

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Grover Beach (San Luis Obispo County)
Functional Revenues
General Revenues
Total Revenues

Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

332,197

120,834

1,166,269

13,607
895,808

185,595
402,391
64,225
49,291
132,333

1,166,269

13,607
895,808
332,197
185,595
402,391
64,225
49,291
132,333
120,834

Functional Revenues
$

300,857

Guadalupe (Santa Barbara County)


General Revenues
$

92,382

180,461

99,536
23,660
12,967
234,415

Total Revenues
$

92,382

180,461

99,536
23,660
12,967
234,415
300,857

307,929

307,929

50,060
22,354

50,060
22,354

83,010
3,282

83,010
3,282

176,395

176,395

52,181

20,580

52,181
20,580

105,474
85,678

98,616

204,090
85,678

34,154
39,194

34,154
39,194

237,007
405,458
100,000
621,593

727,734
18,882

33,941

727,734
18,882
237,007
439,399
100,000
621,593

208,239
30,470

13,900
283,292

283,292
1,158

950

283,292
1,158
208,239
31,420

13,900
283,292

187,863
3,885
11,096
17,589
1,222,677

106,300

1,755,723

6,120
237,700
438,284

187,863
3,885
11,096
17,589
1,222,677

106,300

1,755,723

6,120
237,700
438,284

195,000
884,315
298,313

1,256,724

227,681

195,000
884,315
298,313

1,256,724

227,681

1,000
6,001

1,000
6,001

1,500
7,500

1,500
7,500

6,441,880

3,816,273

10,258,153

4,029,948

928,821

4,958,769

95

96

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account

Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

67,147

82,124

77,149

Gustine (Merced County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

310,949

1,997
210,449

506
128,019

13,588
231,712

310,949
67,147
1,997
210,449
82,124
506
128,019

13,588
231,712
77,149

Functional Revenues
$

660,000

185,918

Half Moon Bay (San Mateo County)


General Revenues
$

800,690

1,640,512

1,822,059
229,879
195,964
80,552

Total Revenues
$

800,690

1,640,512

2,482,059
229,879
195,964
80,552

185,918

105,011

105,011

186,472
31,016

186,472
31,016

400,985
2,172

400,985
2,172

28,414

9,995

28,414
9,995

80,812

80,812

79,296

74,390
26,155

153,686
26,155

379,912

161,418
42,790

541,330
42,790

1,525
91,397
231,207

77,570

268,793
12,270

100,445

268,793
13,795
91,397
331,652

77,570

272,371
261,594

672,796
8,451

56,943

672,796
8,451
272,371
318,537

8,223
6,706

1,121,405
307,098

24,406

600,944

55,027

39,229

8,223
6,706

1,121,405
307,098

24,406

600,944

55,027

39,229

181,648
39,555

19,877
2,255,743

409,720

313,876

181,648
39,555

19,877
2,255,743

409,720

313,876

1,914
3,638

1,914
3,638

50
237,086
195,868

321,053

50
237,086
516,921

40,000

40,000

3,221,366

1,394,820

4,616,186

5,937,187

6,033,107

11,970,294

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Hanford (Kings County)


General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

55,071

787,317

Total Revenues
$

2,155,488

34,932
5,450,320

306,364
615,868
388,673
88,377

2,155,488

34,932
5,450,320
55,071
306,364
615,868
388,673
88,377

787,317

Hawaiian Gardens (Los Angeles County)


Functional Revenues
General Revenues
Total Revenues
$

160,314

380,239

481,530

159,941
157,158
18,884

380,239

481,530
160,314

159,941
157,158
18,884

40,382
92,901

296,069

40,382
92,901

296,069

3,308

3,308

563,705
11,926

1,020

563,705
12,946

226,113

226,113

290,032
335

25,288

290,032
25,623

77,239
183

77,239
183

530,208
132,808

691,316
169,896

1,221,524
302,704

74,561

74,561

687,499
1,645,000
1,496
2,079,191

2,430,502
59,244

104,000

4,458

2,430,502
59,244
687,499
1,749,000
1,496
2,079,191
4,458

286,230
469,424

785,223

876,969
4,738

31,557

876,969
4,738
286,230
500,981

785,223

208,289
148,057
19,096
179,456
3,650,362
4,334,707

231,016

3,150,933

62,299

881,163

208,289
148,057
19,096
179,456
3,650,362
4,334,707

231,016

3,150,933

62,299

881,163

1,820
70,875

31,676

42,989

16,572

29,584

1,820
70,875

31,676

42,989

16,572

29,584

2,290
696
942,814

67,707

163,230

69,997
696
1,106,044

5,880,491

5,880,491

10,550,000

10,550,000

31,575,118

12,756,683

44,331,801

2,201,550

8,066,068

10,267,618

97

98

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account

Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

Hawthorne (Los Angeles County)


General Revenues

2,297,756

Total Revenues
$

2,690,173

(15,988)
7,130,220

623,282
1,455,718
4,538,139
235,481
5,450,092

2,690,173

(15,988)
7,130,220
2,297,756
623,282
1,455,718
4,538,139
235,481
5,450,092

Functional Revenues
$

433,675

Hayward (Alameda County)


General Revenues
$

19,191,420

30,042,157

1,481,528
5,612,211
2,366,162
4,199,638
1,201,253
332,069

Total Revenues
$

19,191,420

30,042,157

1,481,528
5,612,211
2,366,162
4,199,638
1,201,253
765,744

548,633
183,034

548,633
183,034

331,976

331,976

822,893
142,900

822,893
142,900

1,535,731
771,750

28,953

1,535,731
800,703

131,642
170,491

1,594,927

131,642
1,765,418

414,711

155,853

414,711
155,853

207,223

634,612
120,400

841,835
120,400

3,696,850

2,880,843

6,577,693

1,442,088
2,911,270
463,422
43,528,258

4,835,149
35,483

244,415

4,835,149
35,483
1,442,088
3,155,685
463,422
43,528,258

3,356,781
9,855,868
264,051
7,201,898

7,715,219
231,972

149,969

7,715,219
231,972
3,356,781
10,005,837
264,051
7,201,898

82,879
470,981

121,934
286,013
9,994,718

349,876

655,997

25,531

127,666

82,879
470,981

121,934
286,013
9,994,718

349,876

655,997

25,531

127,666

925,776
995,730
86,581
1,962,790
15,401,125

206,100

20,528,285

2,691,211

1,946,098

925,776
995,730
86,581
1,962,790
15,401,125

206,100

20,528,285

2,691,211

1,946,098

303,632

17,272

2,547,528

17,272
303,632
2,547,528

294,608
7,736
6,329,965

1,900

294,608
9,636
6,329,965

4,995,000

4,995,000

65,268,837

32,136,903

97,405,740

84,234,296

75,591,147

159,825,443

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

1,124,274

Healdsburg (Sonoma County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

494,533

2,778,615

665,250
277,732
193,721
59,915

494,533
1,124,274

2,778,615

665,250
277,732
193,721
59,915

Functional Revenues
$

1,372,707

Hemet (Riverside County)


General Revenues
$

2,659,483

1,909,236
7,118,946

381,814
841,606
420,596
178,089

1,409,523

Total Revenues
$

2,659,483

1,909,236
7,118,946
1,372,707
381,814
841,606
420,596
178,089

1,409,523

38,264

38,264

142,675

142,675

639,971
191,973

639,971
191,973

37,453

3,153

37,453
3,153

210,036
49,065

103,868

210,036
152,933

921,242
4,647

74,919
163,993

996,161
168,640

371,139

414,597
312,941

785,736
312,941

515
225,078
397,945
190,774
612,415

627,009
15,701

26,961

627,009
16,216
225,078
424,906
190,774
612,415

1,034,982
2,616,573

310,164

3,362,328
60,469

44,765
10,000

3,362,328
60,469
1,034,982
2,661,338
10,000
310,164

42,236
226,527

3,259,298

24,469

3,026,603
8,382,030

197,963

13,290

176,711

42,236
226,527

3,259,298

24,469

3,026,603
8,382,030

197,963

13,290

176,711

424,645
167,553
20,415
344,187
1,644,580
6,474,101

5,224,211

3,389,499
1,424,370

424,645
167,553
20,415
344,187
1,644,580
6,474,101

5,224,211

3,389,499
1,424,370

1,987,153

1,987,153

521,180

36,519
63,379

36,519
63,379
521,180

20,993,298

5,381,502

26,374,800

26,469,615

19,328,159

45,797,774

99

100

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account

Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

272,609

260,907

Hercules (Contra Costa County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

766,852

(5,433)
893,773

325,085
110,911
151,556
1,050,125

766,852
272,609
(5,433)
893,773
260,907

325,085
110,911
151,556
1,050,125

Functional Revenues
$

Hermosa Beach (Los Angeles County)


General Revenues

14,000

5,152,793

164,864
2,806,270

918,165
483,585
661,790
180,390
2,092,916

Total Revenues
5,152,793

164,864
2,806,270

918,165
483,585
661,790
180,390
2,092,916
14,000

883,262

883,262

342,489
103,184

342,489
103,184

35,422
47,161

35,422
47,161

210,554

15,099

210,554
15,099

229,154
116,018

1,371,555
30,426

1,600,709
146,444

133,911

684,279
252,256

818,190
252,256

6,751
393,084
936,806

1,200,798
14,187

8,776

1,200,798
20,938
393,084
945,582

399,430
1,079,311
46,919
684,145

1,042,318
67,846

37,270

1,042,318
67,846
399,430
1,116,581
46,919
684,145

549,216
122,536

585,802
1,739,374
1,483,631

1,350,062

412,353

549,216
122,536

585,802
1,739,374
1,483,631

1,350,062

412,353

365,179
73,356
151,838
20,286

3,001,500
322,453

12,035

175,704

365,179
73,356
151,838
20,286

3,001,500
322,453

12,035

175,704

97,548
298,342

6,000
24,277

103,548
322,619

482,253

4,662
63,974
94,711

4,662
63,974
576,964

9,820,038

5,948,888

15,768,926

7,618,547

14,723,188

22,341,735

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Hesperia (San Bernardino County)
Functional Revenues
General Revenues

Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

3,191,948

699,892

Total Revenues
$

333,186

3,663,721

121,147
1,886,766
164,006
134,603

333,186

3,663,721
3,191,948
121,147
1,886,766
164,006
134,603

699,892

Functional Revenues
$

45,017

Hidden Hills (Los Angeles County)


General Revenues
$

361,247

12,095

36,968
31,920
34,014
6,185

Total Revenues
$

361,247

12,095
45,017

36,968
31,920
34,014
6,185

1,006,728
286,826

1,006,728
286,826

264,155

264,155

162,942

96,263

162,942
96,263

14,717

14,717

523,851

100,233

624,084

11,581

138,950

150,531

1,071,776
1,413,704

716,295

3,568,216
7,295

26,312

3,568,216
7,295
1,071,776
1,440,016

716,295

61,827
226,902

108,097
4,795

108,097
4,795
61,827
226,902

74,771
267,115

106,502

74,934

74,771
267,115

106,502

74,934

15,013

903

17,383

12,775

15,013

903

17,383

12,775

775,259

775,259

890
2,500

890
2,500

9,597,284

10,877,007

20,474,291

670,273

737,661

1,407,934

101

102

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Highland (San Bernardino County)
Functional Revenues
General Revenues

Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Total Revenues
$

1,911,578

126,883
1,256,047

28,988
1,021,936
75,241
132,810

173,274

1,911,578

126,883
1,256,047

28,988
1,021,936
75,241
132,810

173,274

Functional Revenues
$

351,218

Hillsborough (San Mateo County)


General Revenues
$

6,563,369

5,181
79,289

302,033
559,221
219,770

196,323

Total Revenues
$

6,563,369

5,181
79,289
351,218

302,033
559,221
219,770

196,323

1,961,013

417,724

1,961,013

417,724

1,454,962
595,195

1,454,962
595,195

768,129
25,882

1,780

768,129
27,662

702,090

358,824

702,090
358,824

86,527
84,898

86,527
84,898

15,998

15,998

891,836

189,807
46,233

1,081,643
46,233

238,959

408,830
145,787

647,789
145,787

761,719
524,256
516,910
1,503,303

2,526,525
75,480

2,526,525
75,480
761,719
524,256
516,910
1,503,303

220,668
189,668

603,593
70,494

107

603,593
70,494
220,668
189,775

304,848

563,061

1,412,215

304,848

563,061

1,412,215

507,525

3,548,245

5,280,248

507,525

3,548,245

5,280,248

2,994,437

2,994,437

500

20,090

64,792

20,090

65,292

12,816,758

7,566,582

20,383,340

13,089,278

9,613,701

22,702,979

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

Hollister (San Benito County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

Functional Revenues
$

2,633

Holtville (Imperial County)


General Revenues
$

213,865

119,059

1,106
63,161
10,545
2,930
367,323
2,546

Total Revenues
$

213,865

119,059

1,106
63,161
10,545
2,930
367,323
5,179

8,703
1,623

8,703
1,623

8,531

619

8,531
619

81,436

61,808
1,641

143,244
1,641

114,191
335,755
89,433
681,166

326,529
4,375

139

326,529
4,375
114,191
335,894
89,433
681,166

1,453
1,530
9,096
1,100
375,734
544,247

2,377

817,928

7,947

1,453
1,530
9,096
1,100
375,734
544,247

2,377

817,928

7,947

122,086

122,086

3,084,883

1,297,732

4,382,615

103

104

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account

Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

85,578

Hughson (Stanislaus County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

111,481

425
305,577

81,317
18,773
14,935

138

111,481

425
305,577
85,578

81,317
18,773
14,935

138

Functional Revenues
$

185,708

2,069,056

2,989,803

Huntington Beach (Orange County)


General Revenues
$

25,333,826

1,120,887
21,645,430

2,140,238
5,190,211
1,910,562
1,130,279
18,010,440

Total Revenues
$

25,333,826
185,708
1,120,887
21,645,430
2,069,056
2,140,238
5,190,211
1,910,562
1,130,279
18,010,440
2,989,803

231,036
2,893

231,036
2,893

2,187,476
110,140

1,811,093

2,187,476
1,921,233

25,589
16,473

25,589
16,473

3,313,837

362,159

3,313,837
362,159

64,910
28,166

72,705

137,615
28,166

2,624,683

2,637,564
2,075,788

5,262,247
2,075,788

81,780
157,173

408,048

242,857
2,873

97

242,857
2,873
81,780
157,270

408,048

4,014,364
4,699,133
1,273,398
5,864,303

10,939,196
339,346

116,428

4,468,053

10,939,196
339,346
4,014,364
4,815,561
1,273,398
5,864,303
4,468,053

31,293
6,910

53,867
725,368

627,720

140,000
680,810

31,293
6,910

53,867
725,368

627,720

140,000
680,810

2,228,901
611,508
4,256,944
382,696
4,540,536
9,325,318
4,825,944
2,950,143

31,953,663

3,217,500
1,795,786

2,228,901
611,508
4,256,944
382,696
4,540,536
9,325,318
4,825,944
2,950,143

31,953,663

3,217,500
1,795,786

3,528

3,528

386,562
1,851,495

871,902

3,861,798

871,902
386,562
5,713,293

3,367,614

854,706

4,222,320

97,658,897

103,965,200

201,624,097

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Huntington Park (Los Angeles County)
Functional Revenues
General Revenues
Total Revenues

Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

1,375,571

646,172

4,732
4,606,804

33,612
561,712
1,015,998
69,333
3,351,123

646,172

4,732
4,606,804
1,375,571
33,612
561,712
1,015,998
69,333
3,351,123

Functional Revenues

Huron (Fresno County)


General Revenues

230,856

26,956

3,706
129,098

1,750
31,239
55,366
992
153,490

Total Revenues
$

26,956

3,706
129,098
230,856
1,750
31,239
55,366
992
153,490

771,580
2,515,163

771,580
2,515,163

427,293
16,924

427,293
16,924

117,065
600

117,065
600

2,285,224
53,049

71,074

2,285,224
124,123

17,530

13,415

17,530
13,415

704,462

63,823
248,566

768,285
248,566

16,857

3,597
15,670

20,454
15,670

1,236,755
1,529,504

1,894,012

3,549,333
8,732

2,517

3,549,333
8,732
1,236,755
1,532,021

1,894,012

110,018
654,383

2,811,119

361,313
2,357

31,318

361,313
2,357
110,018
685,701

2,811,119

243,728
193,519

30,076
276,216
838,914
1,170,042
213,633

4,873,147

102,518

66,280

243,728
193,519

30,076
276,216
838,914
1,170,042
213,633

4,873,147

102,518

66,280

26,804
68,285

121,697
397,073

1,675

638,793

28,132

26,804
68,285

121,697
397,073

1,675

638,793

28,132

1,881,242

1,790,081

3,671,323

30,668

30,668

22,698,852

16,023,612

38,722,464

5,240,887

860,935

6,101,822

105

106

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account

Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

150,559

386,979

Imperial (Imperial County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

733,797

879,111

3,816
45,965
19,770
27,388

13,223

733,797

879,111
150,559
3,816
45,965
19,770
27,388

400,202

Functional Revenues
$

902,186

26,701

Imperial Beach (San Diego County)


General Revenues
$

1,820,259

38,728
601,692

215,589
784,680
277,797
54,854

Total Revenues
$

1,820,259

38,728
601,692
902,186
215,589
784,680
277,797
54,854

26,701

11,643

11,643

264,172
3,377

264,172
3,377

80,509
15,347

16,287

80,509
31,634

10,910

51,848

10,910
51,848

158,588
172,296

158,588
172,296

78,749

221,392

300,141

408,062

387,562
130,111

795,624
130,111

152,677
204,656

427,682

441,969
16,412

190

441,969
16,412
152,677
204,846

427,682

980,745
756,135

2,689,805

1,541,968
27,856

713

58,100

1,541,968
27,856
980,745
756,848

2,689,805
58,100

163,739

1,392,448
586,813

5,934

1,805,134

1,171

163,739

1,392,448
586,813

5,934

1,805,134

1,171

63,392

53,745
3,267,589

1,297,779

63,392

53,745
3,267,589

1,297,779

1,869,026

199,046
4,890
17,545

199,046
4,890
1,886,571

11,824
411,377

11,824
411,377

7,504,026

2,676,362

10,180,388

10,884,522

6,379,397

17,263,919

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

173,172

Indian Wells (Riverside County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

1,085,287

16,854
665,394

3,166,058
542,740
9,833
123,843

300,201

1,085,287

16,854
665,394
173,172
3,166,058
542,740
9,833
123,843

300,201

Functional Revenues

Indio (Riverside County)


General Revenues

2,993,591

1,500,630

7,503,983

967,110
553,847
269,163
80,205
2,574,759

Total Revenues
$

1,500,630

7,503,983

967,110
553,847
269,163
80,205
2,574,759
2,993,591

1,849,054

593,851
552,089

1,849,054

593,851
552,089

475,461

298,370
384,769

475,461

298,370
384,769

334,125
20,008

334,125
20,008

1,743,139
55,734

1,743,139
55,734

48,531

28,447

48,531
28,447

229,439
47,753

238,034

229,439
285,787

1,637,814
419,061

1,637,814
419,061

642,229
276,013

434,105
36,925

1,076,334
312,938

80,858
178,332

230,748
16,145

94,397

230,748
16,145
80,858
272,729

972,538
425,083

995,349

2,642,002
31,223

309,703
50,350

2,642,002
31,223
972,538
734,786
50,350
995,349

251,254

49,823

37,920
6,126,507

104,316

251,254

49,823

37,920
6,126,507

104,316

469,543
86,730
40,176
155,755

755,720
4,570,077

498,625

469,543
86,730
40,176
155,755

755,720
4,570,077

498,625

969,296

18,081

987,377

21,425,077
1,411,128

27,539

686,143

27,539
21,425,077
2,097,271

11,369,136

8,354,903

19,724,039

38,952,299

17,905,721

56,858,020

107

108

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account

Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

6,279,175

18,660

Industry (Los Angeles County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

1,046,388

25,619,562

419,479
1,616,546

115,987

51,823

1,046,388
6,279,175

25,619,562
18,660
419,479
1,616,546

115,987

51,823

Functional Revenues
$

4,578,483

2,674,619

Inglewood (Los Angeles County)


General Revenues
$

4,171,781

615,925
8,007,718

1,921,564
1,445,257
3,724,620
186,438
15,706,440
6,831,446

Total Revenues
$

4,171,781
4,578,483
615,925
8,007,718
2,674,619
1,921,564
1,445,257
3,724,620
186,438
15,706,440
6,831,446

2,062,402
2,548,057
246,720

2,062,402
2,548,057
246,720

1,530,323

119,158

1,530,323
119,158

702,260
48,510

164,471

702,260
212,981

684,125

684,125

2,465,868
120,929

160,514

2,465,868
281,443

45,569

14,488,840
427,077

14,534,409
427,077

241,269

1,217,768
398,936

1,459,037
398,936

13
20,275
105,385

1,812

49,509

49,522
20,275
105,385

1,812

96,145
1,976,058
2,080,023
1,711,064
21,852,082

6,527,987
157,383

3,001

6,527,987
253,528
1,976,058
2,083,024
1,711,064
21,852,082

127,003

10,145,166

970,024
766

127,003

10,145,166

970,024
766

663,435
367,776
41,577
5,282
2,181,754
9,816,433
333,779
260,347

15,437,663

96,538

4,107,012

663,435
367,776
41,577
5,282
2,181,754
9,816,433
333,779
260,347

15,437,663

96,538

4,107,012

448,693

448,693

188,507

41,938
304,126
679,043

41,938
492,633
679,043

35,287,433

35,287,433

55,215,729

44,403,062

99,618,791

76,904,592

52,266,356

129,170,948

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Ione (Amador County)


General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

93,687
9,313

212,421

Total Revenues
$

247,324

24,571
110,091

67,150
6,467
13,937

247,324

24,571
110,091
93,687
9,313
67,150
6,467
13,937

212,421

Functional Revenues

Irvine (Orange County)


General Revenues

432,160

9,224,857

14,564,670

136,178
40,986,298

6,009,453
4,876,509

3,750,458

Total Revenues
$

14,564,670
432,160
136,178
40,986,298

6,009,453
4,876,509

3,750,458
9,224,857

1,300

1,300

24,218
1,829,055

24,218
1,829,055

88,545

88,545

1,693,969

1,693,969

13,253

13,253

1,518,359

291,940

1,810,299

69,992

101,281
77,201

171,273
77,201

8,050,637
268,386

8,050,637
268,386

145,861
209,202
2,207

403,414
6,728

403,414
6,728
145,861
209,202
2,207

2,451
2,792,380
2,235,242
2,303,196
3,468,499

9,094,421
133,682

279,756

9,094,421
136,133
2,792,380
2,514,998
2,303,196
3,468,499

17,869
7,536

573,438

17,869
7,536

573,438

4,692,760
217,870

6,203,450

4,434,103

197,422

4,692,760
217,870

6,203,450

4,434,103

197,422

3,359

2,160

25,740

2,160

29,099

18,324
1,167,102
453,492

219,686

18,324
1,386,788
453,492

1,447,983

1,086,064

2,534,047

42,908,909

88,662,074

131,570,983

109

110

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account

Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

16,296

Irwindale (Los Angeles County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

111,817

3,505,001

800,936
749,906
51,291
3,122,353
7,109,265

111,817

3,505,001
16,296

800,936
749,906
51,291
3,122,353
7,109,265

Functional Revenues
$

Isleton (Sacramento County)


General Revenues
$

145,087

1,064
150,089

4,536
16,083
17,787

1,520

Total Revenues
$

145,087

1,064
150,089

4,536
16,083
17,787

1,520

39,598

39,598

545

545

951,718
78,090

951,718
78,090

6,404
118

6,404
118

41,694
296,142

41,694
296,142

5,745

5,745

5,986

1,129,222
22,054

1,135,208
22,054

160

10,328
12,774

10,488
12,774

29,171
195,633
80,914
16,826

81,689
2,641

39

81,689
2,641
29,171
195,672
80,914
16,826

248,212

113,635

46,226
962

11,122

46,226
962

259,334

113,635

271,662

80,306

867,083

271,662

80,306

867,083

416
160

170,743
129,649

2,500

58,071

416
160

170,743
129,649

2,500

58,071

1,207
167,837

1,421

219,681

1,421
1,207
387,518

3,140,163

16,907,316

20,047,479

730,613

423,323

1,153,936

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

Jackson (Amador County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

465,743

67
1,110,738

194,987
92,819

8,880

465,743

67
1,110,738

194,987
92,819

8,880

Functional Revenues
$

289,030

174,850

Kerman (Fresno County)


General Revenues
$

244,418

559,010

77,802
43,113
10,474

Total Revenues
$

244,418

559,010
289,030

77,802
43,113
10,474

174,850

12,715

12,715

32,971

32,971

83,008
43,087

83,008
43,087

93,817
2,497

4,392

93,817
6,889

27,867

1,600

27,867
1,600

20,017

27,530

20,017
27,530

110,903

103,768
41,859

214,671
41,859

69,074

41,274
18,051

110,348
18,051

79,964
352,292

611,065

248,610
9,603

9,257

248,610
9,603
79,964
361,549

611,065

148,572
198,654
227,775
112,102

492,154
3,408

45,253

492,154
3,408
148,572
243,907
227,775
112,102

4,816

811,033

51,224
54,825

1,528,418

181,936

4,816

811,033

51,224
54,825

1,528,418

181,936

44,001
48,229

32,309
698,140
582,954

29,499

758,977

4,629
268,881
24,916

44,001
48,229

32,309
698,140
582,954

29,499

758,977

4,629
268,881
24,916

1,540

107,702

31,105
179,629

1,540
31,105
287,331

8,017
50,809

96,371
85,804
29,948

96,371
93,821
80,757

4,062,395

2,498,665

6,561,060

3,920,720

1,779,002

5,699,722

111

112

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account

Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

King City (Monterey County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

511,695

12,129
1,153,580

304,718
319,343
66,880
32,270
186,733
380,316

511,695

12,129
1,153,580

304,718
319,343
66,880
32,270
186,733
380,316

Functional Revenues
$

286,188

Kingsburg (Fresno County)


General Revenues
$

1,180,030

2,529
534,216

37,983
209,533
65,453
22,016

Total Revenues
$

1,180,030

2,529
534,216
286,188
37,983
209,533
65,453
22,016

10,332

10,332

17,784

17,784

402,258
7,694

402,258
7,694

429,889
323

429,889
323

4,426

24,429

4,426
24,429

60,294

60,294

90,349
35,994

369,353
2,094

459,702
38,088

117,705

163,065
12,309

280,770
12,309

202,800
460,513

86,446

632,055
5,784

293

632,055
5,784
202,800
460,806

86,446

177,066
33,505

335,985

529,668
132

2,926
495

529,668
132
177,066
36,431
495
335,985

96,337
650
7,775

492,380

65,114

105,290

10,015
575,696
77,836

96,337
650
7,775

492,380

65,114

105,290

10,015
575,696
77,836

777,361

1,063,664

184,407

1,058,680

115,203

777,361

1,063,664

184,407

1,058,680

115,203

4,234

4,234

42,260

42,260

1,172,353

1,172,353

2,731,905

4,005,906

6,737,811

5,872,667

2,760,355

8,633,022

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
La Canada Flintridge (Los Angeles County)
Functional Revenues
General Revenues
Total Revenues

Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

482,826

2,017,168

1,703,905

589,352
143,602
198,843

2,017,168

1,703,905
482,826

589,352
143,602
198,843

Functional Revenues
$

La Habra (Orange County)


General Revenues
$

6,645,760

432,559
6,546,470

1,551,306
379,128
171,055
4,331,545

Total Revenues
$

6,645,760

432,559
6,546,470

1,551,306
379,128
171,055
4,331,545

6,808

6,808

914,449
18,500

914,449
18,500

344,910
227,716

344,910
227,716

142,352

59,953

142,352
59,953

304,839

207,586

304,839
207,586

115,652
3,480

590,688

706,340
3,480

543,684

1,640,209
371,239

2,183,893
371,239

383,789
572,429

76,870

1,250,804
26,132

539

1,250,804
26,132
383,789
572,968

76,870

1,021,655
4,686,959
1,273,671
6,042,770

3,332,914
71,405

1,429

3,332,914
71,405
1,021,655
4,688,388
1,273,671
6,042,770

82,338

611,895
232,085

4,720

82,338

611,895
232,085

4,720

415,020
481,412
1,367,573
401
541,915
1,932,541

574,670

5,763,595

3,368,219

415,020
481,412
1,367,573
401
541,915
1,932,541

574,670

5,763,595

3,368,219

211,705
60,000
37,151

211,705
60,000
37,151

421,552

421,552

3,957,049

6,580,986

10,538,035

29,313,102

25,682,605

54,995,707

113

114

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
La Habra Heights (Los Angeles County)
Functional Revenues
General Revenues
Total Revenues

Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

146,751

688,110

13,223
59,477

96,777
18,246
36,498

61,746

688,110

13,223
59,477
146,751

96,777
18,246
36,498

61,746

Functional Revenues
$

1,238,825

11,080

La Mesa (San Diego County)


General Revenues
$

3,302,449

44,960
11,561,314

745,844
1,525,691
311,964
172,674

Total Revenues
$

3,302,449

44,960
11,561,314
1,238,825
745,844
1,525,691
311,964
172,674

11,080

719,637

263,073

719,637

263,073

252,888

252,888

338,889
57,834

338,889
57,834

60,904

225

60,904
225

226,135
139,162

22,603

226,135
161,765

106,302
41,308

59,798

166,100
41,308

268,879
506,604

401,059
25,452

669,938
532,056

113,050
252,068
165,744
61,705

319,210
9,200

137

319,210
9,200
113,050
252,205
165,744
61,705

1,050,210
1,886,378
328,079
1,538,726

3,106,111
52,908

763

3,106,111
52,908
1,050,210
1,887,141
328,079
1,538,726

164,843

49,382

31,577

164,843

49,382

31,577

165,727
130,718
59,732
180,984
6,617,506
152,952
131,545
443,753

58,448

18,801

165,727
130,718
59,732
180,984
6,617,506
152,952
131,545
443,753

58,448

18,801

135,094

464
91,331

464
226,425

270,976
20,127

3,025

10,626

3,025
270,976
30,753

2,564,326

1,454,442

4,018,768

15,842,070

21,287,443

37,129,513

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

23,327

La Mirada (Los Angeles County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

3,030,713

118,155
7,456,303

663,139
1,312,335
298,922
121,321

3,030,713

118,155
7,456,303
23,327
663,139
1,312,335
298,922
121,321

Functional Revenues
$

La Palma (Orange County)


General Revenues
$

1,212,744

711
3,034,885

184,132
333,963
159,751
43,296
1,250,536

Total Revenues
$

1,212,744

711
3,034,885

184,132
333,963
159,751
43,296
1,250,536

87,203

87,203

686,988
38,955

686,988
38,955

66,867

66,867

425,761

185,909

425,761
185,909

1,454

173,375

174,829

27,673

4,257,693
313,432

4,285,366
313,432

449,837

528,983
257,470

978,820
257,470

796,595
367,947
264,452
458,181

2,672,412
43,695

1,238

2,672,412
43,695
796,595
369,185
264,452
458,181

297,948
336,544
155,112

877,282
17,064

13,091

877,282
17,064
297,948
349,635
155,112

3,491

14,366

525,528

519,339
507,134

3,491

14,366

525,528

519,339
507,134

27,177

33,699
209,255

334,274

1,782,177

269,700
23,849

27,177

33,699
209,255

334,274

1,782,177

269,700
23,849

11,126

210,004

11,126

210,004

30,000

29,480

59,480

4,746,940

20,696,397

25,443,337

4,017,893

8,116,763

12,134,656

115

116

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account

Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

991,309

355,509

La Puente (Los Angeles County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

654,585

2,509,324

78,810
500,365
88,536
113,736

654,585

2,509,324
991,309
78,810
500,365
88,536
113,736

355,509

Functional Revenues
$

1,923,435

La Quinta (Riverside County)


General Revenues
$

1,424,040

1,565,220
3,891,719

3,967,003
654,695
168,798
479,822

Total Revenues
$

1,424,040

1,565,220
3,891,719

3,967,003
654,695
168,798
479,822

1,923,435

757,619

757,619

49,604

49,604

1,675,666
13,227

1,675,666
13,227

237,883
235,498

237,883
235,498

110,687
99,944

110,687
99,944

564,272

564,272

12,232

2,454,301
461,083

2,466,533
461,083

707,522
703,273

566,504
108,047

2,371,875
9,134

78,597

2,371,875
9,134
707,522
781,870

566,504
108,047

609,016
566,686
147,214
372,222

1,473,217
26,156

1,473,217
26,156
609,016
566,686
147,214
372,222

82,033

2,979

85,042

218,640

1,048

82,033

2,979

85,042

218,640

1,048

894,870

548,856

170,864

26,857

894,870

548,856

170,864

26,857

977

109,934

977

109,934

3,508
4,628,572
534,069

22,739

3,508
4,628,572
556,808

5,020,074

6,404,962

11,425,036

13,095,544

16,588,793

29,684,337

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

754,561

186,309

La Verne (Los Angeles County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

2,827,809

37,354
2,907,850

386,776
282,776
141,555
1,663,243

2,827,809

37,354
2,907,850
754,561

386,776
282,776
141,555
1,663,243
186,309

Functional Revenues
$

694,808

490,290

Lafayette (Contra Costa County)


General Revenues
$

2,067,314

2,269,754

444,701
771,845

191,648

Total Revenues
$

2,067,314
694,808

2,269,754

444,701
771,845

191,648

490,290

560,432

301,059

560,432

301,059

19,220
485,778

19,220
485,778

856,619
95,820

856,619
95,820

261,303
48,454

261,303
48,454

307,227
131,300

199,663

307,227
330,963

220,760

220,760

686,585
79,996

867,533
52,609

1,554,118
132,605

49,043

267,666

316,709

598,025
1,230,008
215,278
448,416

1,804,538
38,652

9,728
175,000

1,804,538
38,652
598,025
1,239,736
390,278
448,416

9,499
460,113
562,608

30,000

1,453,872
35,719

7,520

1,453,872
45,218
460,113
570,128

30,000

184,435
127,234
310,939
20,783
541,541
199,605

1,199,095

6,138,893

516,297

184,435
127,234
310,939
20,783
541,541
199,605

1,199,095

6,138,893

516,297

149,531
63,763

74,423

365,525
796,478

77,361

149,531
63,763

74,423

365,525
796,478

77,361

2,376,272

54,134

54,134

2,376,272

4,320,000

4,320,000

18,066,729

11,449,220

29,515,949

9,178,957

7,510,039

16,688,996

117

118

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account

Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

1,732,333

777,040

364,328

Laguna Beach (Orange County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

11,545,303

247,458
3,491,838

3,619,060
824,507
665,611
391,411

364,328

11,545,303
1,732,333
247,458
3,491,838
777,040
3,619,060
824,507
665,611
391,411

728,656

Functional Revenues
$

Laguna Hills (Orange County)


General Revenues
$

3,966,400

74,076
6,400,705

840,760
853,808

226,566

Total Revenues
$

3,966,400

74,076
6,400,705

840,760
853,808

226,566

569,959

569,959

668,794
54,590

668,794
54,590

236,278

236,278

274,260

911,733

274,260
911,733

225,261

82,197

225,261
82,197

134,751

1,338,129
873,068

1,472,880
873,068

60,534

363,098

423,632

12,692
513,482
964,006

791,731

1,306,008
165,331

57,365

1,306,008
178,023
513,482
1,021,371

791,731

706,840
312,268
979,089
787,956

2,094,888
55,976

50,988

2,094,888
55,976
706,840
363,256
979,089
787,956

521,670
56,062
56,167
184,843
4,216,491
1,553,347
2,555,889
1,074,528

214,359

230,079

521,670
56,062
56,167
184,843
4,216,491
1,553,347
2,555,889
1,074,528

214,359

230,079

144,892

4,041
60,588

229,079

755

144,892

4,041
60,588

229,079

755

3,635
11,500
61,448

13,957
28,453

17,592
39,953
61,448

112,174

1,468,420

112,174
1,468,420

17,597,984

25,843,560

43,441,544

3,859,755

16,477,882

20,337,637

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

698,910

Laguna Niguel (Orange County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

1,817,938

38,809
8,104,142

25,270
1,541,672

545,838

1,817,938

38,809
8,104,142
698,910
25,270
1,541,672

545,838

Functional Revenues
$

Laguna Woods (Orange County)


General Revenues
$

136,132

997,815

248,805
168,064

70,342

Total Revenues
$

136,132

997,815

248,805
168,064

70,342

832,397

832,397

243,457
222

243,457
222

300,962
23,003

300,962
23,003

7,994

2,130

7,994
2,130

513,390

2,126,210

2,639,600

97,031

131,326

228,357

1,177,379
813,182

1,276,071

3,520,469
26,288

19,398

3,520,469
26,288
1,177,379
832,580

1,276,071

861,756
440,078
212,088

2,520,413
363

16,449

2,520,413
363
861,756
456,527
212,088

108,777

135,839

108,777

135,839

31,230

2,775

31,230

2,775

52,346

340,660

340,660
52,346

677

677

5,932,256

18,106,694

24,038,950

1,896,631

4,292,516

6,189,147

119

120

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account

Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

Lake Elsinore (Riverside County)


General Revenues

711,551

433,013

Total Revenues
$

1,032,724

5,190
4,501,861

115,174
908,466
233,842
175,592

1,032,724

5,190
4,501,861
711,551
115,174
908,466
233,842
175,592

433,013

Functional Revenues
$

780,090

Lake Forest (Orange County)


General Revenues
$

4,796,894

10,514,492

960,218
1,879,988

302,501

Total Revenues
$

4,796,894

10,514,492
780,090
960,218
1,879,988

302,501

14,639
273,242
968,769

14,639
273,242
968,769

1,720,681
170,440

11,185

1,720,681
181,625

826,029

826,029

98,479

105,592

98,479
105,592

368,896

108,955

368,896
108,955

119,450
220,372

177,941
340,032

297,391
560,404

96,297

2,013,387
121,994

2,109,684
121,994

577,486
768,451
124,822
930,166

1,656,676
24,538

272,179

1,656,676
24,538
577,486
1,040,630
124,822
930,166

1,673,380
625,655

734,785

5,453,159
68,235

43,392

5,453,159
68,235
1,673,380
669,047

734,785

654,975
41,056

445,492

47,147

656,494
2,648,856

654,975
41,056

445,492

47,147

656,494
2,648,856

357,721

129,811

32,400

5,406

357,721

129,811

32,400

5,406

34,489

425,730

460,219

127,880

414,400

542,280

11,660,070

9,986,722

21,646,792

5,758,350

26,677,615

32,435,965

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Lakeport (Lake County)


General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

237,687

157,287
1,280,772

162,274
75,061
75,927
13,691

2,467

237,687

157,287
1,280,772

162,274
75,061
75,927
13,691

2,467

Functional Revenues
$

1,891,651

Lakewood (Los Angeles County)


General Revenues
$

2,386,630

259,035
9,566,490

26,481
1,138,206
510,259
236,265
2,471,249

Total Revenues
$

2,386,630

259,035
9,566,490
1,891,651
26,481
1,138,206
510,259
236,265
2,471,249

30,932

4,329

30,932

4,329

74,461
1,171

1,927

74,461
3,098

359,943
24,018

3,794

359,943
27,812

47,563

8,552

47,563
8,552

538,870

538,870

177,231

51,507
150,905

228,738
150,905

321,393
422,328

1,886,351
136,919

2,207,744
559,247

79,946
629,053

233,338

250,010
7,729

18,490

250,010
7,729
79,946
647,543

233,338

1,346,358
917,086

2,340,430

4,399,440
33,755

57,175
5,000

4,399,440
33,755
1,346,358
974,261
5,000
2,340,430

1,890

356,783
1,275,352

129,788

1,160,666

1,890

356,783
1,275,352

129,788

1,160,666

248,289
915,869

31,427

3,346,040

887,903

6,063,724

20,182

666,166

248,289
915,869

31,427

3,346,040

887,903

6,063,724

20,182

666,166

86,193

100,514

63,731

100,514

149,924

579,408

18,575
47,897
627,363

18,575
47,897
1,206,771

4,288,696

2,658,531

6,947,227

20,382,215

24,349,754

44,731,969

121

122

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account

Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

6,510,144

3,277,101

Lancaster (Los Angeles County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

2,304,596

13,011,956

1,042,739
2,239,266
318,956
321,875

990,579

2,304,596

13,011,956
6,510,144
1,042,739
2,239,266
318,956
321,875

4,267,680

Functional Revenues

Larkspur (Marin County)


General Revenues

3,875,048

1,775,366

477,027
484,450
337,068
77,777

Total Revenues
$

3,875,048

1,775,366

477,027
484,450
337,068
77,777

1,540,004
1,650,655

1,540,004
1,650,655

107,134

107,134

1,143,554
2,385

1,143,554
2,385

272,872

272,872

591,772

556,567

591,772
556,567

131,601

131,601

523,248
220,295

279,481

802,729
220,295

199,387

199,387

2,233,240
4,596,601
214,198
1,571,950

6,963,285
56,492

107,793

6,963,285
56,492
2,233,240
4,704,394
214,198
1,571,950

243,368
234,332

879,120

670,370
41,624

84,323

670,370
41,624
243,368
318,655

879,120

600,201

591,832
13,608
52

759,078

(1,030)

2,001,242

600,201

591,832
13,608
52

759,078

(1,030)

2,001,242

30,112
284,120

831,136

18,390

30,112
284,120

831,136

18,390

9,500
68,830

15,804

110,938

15,804
9,500
179,768

471,804

471,804

28,118,460

28,320,327

56,438,787

3,032,185

8,494,244

11,526,429

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

Lathrop (San Joaquin County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

1,541,275

2,158,573

135,718
561,945
60,799

1,541,275

2,158,573

135,718
561,945
60,799

Functional Revenues
$

760,416

Lawndale (Los Angeles County)


General Revenues
$

650,913

2,077,875

320,632
420,106
395,825
59,700
1,722,995
287,058

Total Revenues
$

650,913

2,077,875
760,416
320,632
420,106
395,825
59,700
1,722,995
287,058

168,921
539,945

168,921
539,945

259,550
30,971

82,219

259,550
113,190

41,800

19,029

60,829

48,890

51,188

48,890
51,188

184,958

592,297

184,958
592,297

317,406

578,041
20,592

895,447
20,592

822,161

235,173
11,544

1,057,334
11,544

208,519
1,716,616

119,607

609,845
30,477

39,041

609,845
30,477
208,519
1,755,657

119,607

883,274
365,486
238,319
393,224

1,944,802
8,780

76,082

1,944,802
8,780
883,274
441,568
238,319
393,224

423,155
160,347

1,601,826

252,133

1,593,919

423,155
160,347

1,601,826

252,133

1,593,919

77,037
56,302

9,254

34,547

837,688

77,037
56,302

9,254

34,547

837,688

1,936,825
97,552

1,936,825
97,552

230,529

2,062
13,254

2,062
243,783

225,270

225,270

7,667,075

7,904,090

15,571,165

4,934,995

8,838,127

13,773,122

123

124

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account

Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

Lemon Grove (San Diego County)


General Revenues

842,517

745

Total Revenues
$

1,292,560

4,214,375

30,614
683,080
86,268
51,250

1,292,560

4,214,375
842,517
30,614
683,080
86,268
51,250

745

Functional Revenues
$

Lemoore (Kings County)


General Revenues
$

532,196

5,346
1,493,102

184,191
297,496
110,865
35,981

18,301

Total Revenues
$

532,196

5,346
1,493,102

184,191
297,496
110,865
35,981

18,301

108,597

108,597

140,978

140,978

128,623
18,270

6,357

128,623
24,627

273,021
17,086

76

273,021
17,162

266,184

30,775

266,184
30,775

56,324

5,276

56,324
5,276

71,723

250,668
123,503

322,391
123,503

262,802

167,276
8,999

430,078
8,999

485,773
752,309
41,346
1,925,749

1,401,009
19,838

49,112

1,401,009
19,838
485,773
801,421
41,346
1,925,749

332,606
393,058
215,889
390,848

1,146,324
15,307

33,488

1,146,324
15,307
332,606
426,546
215,889
390,848

20,479

9,650

184,589

20,479

9,650

184,589

191,774
119,967

1,775,683
2,125,287

71,735
1,258,165
2,099,788

9,011

191,774
119,967

1,775,683
2,125,287

71,735
1,258,165
2,099,788

9,011

108,000

30,975
632,500

30,975
740,500

1,755

1,123,273

544,006

1,755

1,667,279

4,964,554

8,902,884

13,867,438

10,859,050

4,598,230

15,457,280

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Lincoln (Placer County)


General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

581,196

6,382,899

Total Revenues
$

1,177,228

19,008
1,039,462

44,640
209,788
33,340
313,505

217,200

1,177,228

19,008
1,039,462
581,196
44,640
209,788
33,340
313,505

6,600,099

Functional Revenues

Lindsay (Tulare County)


General Revenues

228,123

2,948
333,113

20,929
111,594
49,160
6,526
682,801

Total Revenues
$

228,123

2,948
333,113

20,929
111,594
49,160
6,526
682,801

257,984

257,984

2,921,106

2,921,106

44,948

44,948

28,646
14,195

28,646
14,195

16,336

16,336

425,649
20,460

1,432,816

1,858,465
20,460

19,810

119,590
28,550

139,400
28,550

276,625
457,305

187,697

762,825
17,808

22,356

762,825
17,808
276,625
479,661

187,697

499,432
1,125,084

1,889,876

579,394
5,146

247

579,394
5,146
499,432
1,125,331

1,889,876

882,407
29,124

1,383,383
2,782,631
2,162,436

428,790

2,737,922

1,141,347

159,412

30,860

882,407
29,124

1,383,383
2,782,631
2,162,436

428,790

2,737,922

1,141,347

159,412

30,860

13,162
14,401
3,388

929,018
697,344

985,376

203,189

13,162
14,401
3,388

929,018
697,344

985,376

203,189

2,487

2,038,461

176,835

2,487

2,215,296

20,000

362,319

382,319

25,333,022

5,466,811

30,799,833

6,445,028

2,546,776

8,991,804

125

126

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account

Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

201,535

26,714

Live Oak (Sutter County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

264,849

153,668

107,147
20,393
3,969

264,849

153,668
201,535

107,147
20,393
3,969

26,714

Functional Revenues
$

Livermore (Alameda County)


General Revenues
$

13,403,727

235,099
16,083,785

1,219,692
2,863,190
5,123,859
599,022

365,031

Total Revenues
$

13,403,727

235,099
16,083,785

1,219,692
2,863,190
5,123,859
599,022

365,031

90,800

48,810

90,800

48,810

696,278

696,278

29,470
2,499

29,470
2,499

1,779,973
414,711

1,779,973
414,711

7,110

7,579

7,110
7,579

604,228

604,228

41,570

71,609
3,640

113,179
3,640

3,625,657

3,143,732
859,416

6,769,389
859,416

121,892
238,639

100,000

361,542
5,621

583,636

361,542
5,621
121,892
822,275

100,000

1,430,397
2,930,757
260,477
1,862,343

4,199,411
101,634

35,268
1,000

4,199,411
101,634
1,430,397
2,966,025
261,477
1,862,343

543,799

14,173

383,623

240,965

543,799

14,173

383,623

240,965

934,957
138,195
278,592
1,517,858
20,685,625
69,764
160,960

2,782,691
8,295,576

3,939,131

13,509,652

934,957
138,195
278,592
1,517,858
20,685,625
69,764
160,960

2,782,691
8,295,576

3,939,131

13,509,652

92,453

152,780

92,453

152,780

2,270,187
50,812,844

7,500

2,270,187
50,820,344

2,184,052

1,736,433

3,920,485

119,000,853

48,241,366

167,242,219

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

43,911

Livingston (Merced County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

456,796

2,828
506,435

1,921
189,442
30,238
8,427

456,796

2,828
506,435

1,921
189,442
30,238
8,427

43,911

Functional Revenues
$

5,382,017

Lodi (San Joaquin County)


General Revenues
$

5,532,557

8,284,631

438,694
7,500,504
786,924
172,290

Total Revenues
$

5,532,557

8,284,631
5,382,017
438,694
7,500,504
786,924
172,290

181,010

181,010

204,469

204,469

95,303
9,473

3,860

95,303
13,333

616,224
55,453

616,224
55,453

7,209

85,138

7,209
85,138

265,795
646,291

265,795
646,291

188,834
39,476

47,804
1,550

236,638
41,026

3,594,569
13,069

266,167
22,867

3,860,736
35,936

175,363
1,291,098

492,851

590,125
15,713

7,465

59,655

590,125
15,713
175,363
1,298,563

492,851
59,655

985,005
8,539,971
111,204
6,344,986

3,275,523
108,111

3,275,523
108,111
985,005
8,539,971
111,204
6,344,986

33,089
54,485

1,288,807
674,979
39,862
26,388

1,044,545

603,814

33,089
54,485

1,288,807
674,979
39,862
26,388

1,044,545

603,814

296,499
139,542

2,488,134
5,147,807

749,329

4,839,420
39,512,023

591,191

90,006

296,499
139,542

2,488,134
5,147,807

749,329

4,839,420
39,512,023

591,191

90,006

37,351
27,451

16,954

17,122

16,954
37,351
44,573

958,433

3,218,456

610,369

958,433
610,369
3,218,456

7,002,071

7,002,071

13,357,370

2,041,473

15,398,843

84,789,893

26,998,637

111,788,530

127

128

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Loma Linda (San Bernardino County)
Functional Revenues
General Revenues
Total Revenues

Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

12,323

163,579

623,893

45,286
2,464,566

8,864
414,011
215,836
56,065

623,893

45,286
2,464,566
12,323
8,864
414,011
215,836
56,065

163,579

Functional Revenues
$

432,903

Lomita (Los Angeles County)


General Revenues
$

763,408

1,324,543

111,426
401,782

27,000

Total Revenues
$

763,408

1,324,543

111,426
401,782

459,903

286,962
274,714

286,962
274,714

11,595

11,595

302,655
54,974

302,655
54,974

708,490

708,490

160,350

3,749

160,350
3,749

110,355

163,226

110,355
163,226

725,432

102,951
316,632

828,383
316,632

394,009
326,361

55,686
188,835

449,695
515,196

327,069
577,821
16,786
713,560

1,081,124
14,773

505

1,081,124
14,773
327,069
578,326
16,786
713,560

93,000
93,695
1,045,364
491,819

1,173,336
13,401

17,000

1,173,336
13,401
93,000
93,695
1,062,364
491,819

119,838

135,362
51,437
2,105,754
1,929,353

3,156,162

799,216
450,282

119,838

135,362
51,437
2,105,754
1,929,353

3,156,162

799,216
450,282

614,352

3,208,904

24,314

614,352

3,208,904

24,314

195
497,842

4,034

4,034
195
497,842

42,628

85,975

128,603

12,861,666

5,352,289

18,213,955

7,597,789

4,325,618

11,923,407

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

3,740,187

54,657

Lompoc (Santa Barbara County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

2,362,569

52,027
3,203,480

799,786
377,397
306,679
83,692

2,362,569

52,027
3,203,480
3,740,187
799,786
377,397
306,679
83,692

54,657

Functional Revenues
$

11,304,187

Long Beach (Los Angeles County)


General Revenues
$

48,076,120

5,990,080
39,985,196

9,842,905
11,537,659
8,858,808
1,463,541
55,641,822

Total Revenues
$

48,076,120

5,990,080
39,985,196
11,304,187
9,842,905
11,537,659
8,858,808
1,463,541
55,641,822

312,117
2,249

207

312,117
2,456

4,885,597
9,091,577

223,881

4,885,597
9,315,458

102,334

76,860

102,334
76,860

11,080,560

316,926

11,080,560
316,926

2,193,361
4,485

380,356
36,601

2,573,717
41,086

8,765,496
5,381,466

9,866,144
5,286,505

18,631,640
10,667,971

760,157
1,331,240
543,438
1,549,961

2,305,742
29,595

74,056

680,368

2,305,742
29,595
760,157
1,405,296
543,438
1,549,961
680,368

13,594,562
25,399,833
5,211,214
96,955,691

35,298,856
683,599

953,110

35,298,856
683,599
13,594,562
26,352,943
5,211,214
96,955,691

243,806
153,371
15,470
42,107
3,797,816
4,064,962

428,976

5,353,162
14,791,337

176,106

82,374

521,160

243,806
153,371
15,470
42,107
3,797,816
4,064,962

428,976

5,353,162
14,791,337

176,106

82,374

521,160

6,772,605
1,549,101
6,118,955
40,716
8,049,639
67,930,509
2,203,587
2,851,298

58,970,147

62,300,552
13,356,620
223,998,604

553,214
68,371,617
59,714,572

6,772,605
1,549,101
6,118,955
40,716
8,049,639
67,930,509
2,203,587
2,851,298

58,970,147

62,300,552
13,356,620
223,998,604

553,214
68,371,617
59,714,572

340,133
439,574

23,177
79,663
17,673

23,177
419,796
457,247

66,211
352,348
7,258,178

356,760

5,671,910

422,971
352,348
12,930,088

500,000

500,000

37,150,413

37,150,413

41,544,540

10,889,928

52,434,468

819,279,069

240,053,822

1,059,332,891

129

130

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account

Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Loomis (Placer County)


General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

320,790

211,574

Total Revenues
$

497,673

859,116

17,554
192,010
13,692
21,081

497,673

859,116
320,790
17,554
192,010
13,692
21,081

211,574

Functional Revenues
$

1,839,445

Los Alamitos (Orange County)


General Revenues
$

1,048,801

47,598
2,362,836

64,574
495,181
369,361
75,818
1,749,747

Total Revenues
$

1,048,801

47,598
2,362,836
1,839,445
64,574
495,181
369,361
75,818
1,749,747

12,430
57,053

12,430
57,053

156,359

156,359

146,267
51,837

146,267
51,837

124,472
30,970

124,472
30,970

2,637

2,637

309,596
2,332

309,596
2,332

166,299

114,071

280,370

78,706

261,591
10,000

340,297
10,000

129,187
298,552

341,841
7,572

27,175

341,841
7,572
129,187
325,727

224,159
604,882

569,337

656,164
15,373

303

656,164
15,373
224,159
605,185

569,337

13,394

13,394

74,352
12,643

685,608

22,361

74,352
12,643

685,608

22,361

3,500

83,613

23,725

3,500

107,338

197,906

700,815

454,733

700,815

652,639

1,494,496

2,118,147

3,612,643

4,933,128

8,312,895

13,246,023

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

57,153

Los Altos (Santa Clara County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

6,088,173

2,233,579

254,888
1,009,282
312,243
345,742
1,832,299
157,526

6,088,173

2,233,579
57,153
254,888
1,009,282
312,243
345,742
1,832,299
157,526

Functional Revenues
$

Los Altos Hills (Santa Clara County)


General Revenues
$

1,463,276

131,715

343,624
179,759
91,127

Total Revenues
$

1,463,276

131,715

343,624
179,759
91,127

785,632
72

785,632
72

863,993
18,161

863,993
18,161

175,789

40,036

175,789
40,036

14,106

4,389

14,106
4,389

8,427

781,515
356,723

789,942
356,723

121,512

348,617
71,604

470,129
71,604

543,196
619,720
72,567
62,269

1,548,970
60,169

35,722

1,548,970
60,169
543,196
655,442
72,567
62,269

158,731
177,845

459,703
12,496

65,689

459,703
12,496
158,731
243,534

610,276
183,822

61,783
2,463,222
1,024,172

1,640,517

532,157
60,632

610,276
183,822

61,783
2,463,222
1,024,172

1,640,517

532,157
60,632

208,362
4,546

266,827
607,937
1,327,030

176,528

208,362
4,546

266,827
607,937
1,327,030

176,528

1,097,800

50,399
57,631
22,081

50,399
1,155,431
22,081

143,970

143,970

9,999,206

15,186,978

25,186,184

3,945,578

3,315,969

7,261,547

131

132

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Los Angeles (Los Angeles County)
Functional Revenues
General Revenues

Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

91,100,102

85,882,581
7,225,390

58,030,091

Total Revenues
$

572,136,360

47,589,407
351,061,598

93,901,030
51,185,487
360,335,628
99,796,541
488,778,355
1,656,484

572,136,360
91,100,102
47,589,407
351,061,598
85,882,581
101,126,420
51,185,487
360,335,628
99,796,541
488,778,355
59,686,575

Functional Revenues
$

770,212

Los Banos (Merced County)


General Revenues
$

1,550,749

17,200
2,205,939

156,860
795,688
70,630
105,200

Total Revenues
$

1,550,749

17,200
2,205,939

156,860
795,688
70,630
105,200

770,212

1,212,655
14,702,517
69,207,872
53,004,468

1,212,655
14,702,517
69,207,872
53,004,468

343,478

343,478

19,929,478
18,692,788

19,929,478
18,692,788

601,618
24,225

601,618
24,225

111,761,446
1,416,157

479,701

111,761,446
1,895,858

84,028
16,100

35,499

84,028
51,599

285,762,068
3,226,129

28,841,414
18,441,546

314,603,482
21,667,675

317,233
43,876

158,865
12,340

476,098
56,216

1,067,927
69,091,122
79,494,390
8,837,760
519,152,739

209,594,087
8,373,842

19,901,789

209,594,087
9,441,769
69,091,122
99,396,179
8,837,760
519,152,739

444,004
365,348
246,597
778,233

1,494,117
33,489

1,830

1,494,117
33,489
444,004
367,178
246,597
778,233

29,324,458
12,990,305
54,499,419
42,646,875
422,791,851
48,936,561
31,548,096
102,517,043
14,986,054
552,199,000
2,245,082,000

475,389,971
289,853,000

42,723,756
269,550,892
132,736,604

29,324,458
12,990,305
54,499,419
42,646,875
422,791,851
48,936,561
31,548,096
102,517,043
14,986,054
552,199,000
2,245,082,000

475,389,971
289,853,000

42,723,756
269,550,892
132,736,604

622,677
303,349
3,105
47,836
2,554,628
2,071,322

246,891

3,187,734

207,603

605,001
230,811

622,677
303,349
3,105
47,836
2,554,628
2,071,322

246,891

3,187,734

207,603

605,001
230,811

76,257,356
2,401,848
337,714,308

36,557,370

76,257,356
2,401,848
374,271,678

163

133,038

163

133,038

526,123,533
78,752,530

526,123,533
78,752,530

2,700,000

2,700,000

7,287,823,140

2,388,630,639

9,676,453,779

16,949,110

6,638,406

23,587,516

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

345,558

Los Gatos (Santa Clara County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

4,130,394

353,128
6,953,880

788,408
990,861
986,525
300,955

4,130,394

353,128
6,953,880

788,408
990,861
986,525
300,955

345,558

Functional Revenues
$

Loyalton (Sierra County)


General Revenues
$

24,561

81,786

10,721
3,692

Total Revenues
$

24,561

81,786

10,721
3,692

36,963

36,963

25,000

25,000

610,921
89,164

610,921
89,164

481,189

481,189

140,755

2,338,698

2,479,453

2,723

1,377

4,100

561,958
943,804
552,341
89,577

1,600,588
47,495

49,881

1,600,588
47,495
561,958
993,685
552,341
89,577

17,032
38,679

21,484

47,467
433

47,467
433
17,032
38,679

21,484

833,436
686,756

151,357
497,611
181,376

55,205

741,599

833,436
686,756

151,357
497,611
181,376

55,205

741,599

156,092

8,902

142,434

3,285

156,092

8,902

142,434

3,285

128,576
252,580

136,592

128,576
389,172

18,750

43,880

62,630

7,380,726

18,677,405

26,058,131

434,381

213,917

648,298

133

134

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account

Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

1,586,560

Lynwood (Los Angeles County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

1,331,362

70,127
2,229,588

863,190
330,804
137,221
4,296,465
668,400

1,331,362
1,586,560
70,127
2,229,588

863,190
330,804
137,221
4,296,465
668,400

Functional Revenues
$

16,414

3,069,280

911,675

Madera (Madera County)


General Revenues
$

1,342,586

(180)
3,950,886

261,631
357,770
284,339
62,222

Total Revenues
$

1,342,586
16,414
(180)
3,950,886
3,069,280
261,631
357,770
284,339
62,222

911,675

1,054,349
1,093,628

1,054,349
1,093,628

13,394
38,098

29,338

13,394
38,098

29,338

254,271

254,271

406,756
3,011

3,400

406,756
6,411

776,010

776,010

84,420
87,222

41,732

84,420
128,954

391,951

616,274
40,080

1,008,225
40,080

272,302
128,584

479,442

751,744
128,584

38,522
1,203,814
1,608,123

2,539,047

3,998,087
19,595

52,950

3,998,087
58,117
1,203,814
1,661,073

2,539,047

1,011,305
244,388
47,601
3,689,376

2,524,280
36,562

15,850

2,524,280
36,562
1,011,305
260,238
47,601
3,689,376

138,732

151,740
104,775
702,104
2,669,524

202,352

5,495,380

1,193,230
3,161,737
944,111

138,732

151,740
104,775
702,104
2,669,524

202,352

5,495,380

1,193,230
3,161,737
944,111

174,449
200,751
18,917
458,511
2,525,561
4,175,667
32,219
180,720
1,010,800
2,329,436

250,834

176,389
1,137,400
960,695

174,449
200,751
18,917
458,511
2,525,561
4,175,667
32,219
180,720
1,010,800
2,329,436

250,834

176,389
1,137,400
960,695

200,000

912,550

200,000

912,550

378,788
207,137

3,493

253,995

3,493
378,788
461,132

26,422,510

14,654,143

41,076,653

24,271,438

9,618,008

33,889,446

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

299,724

111,388

Malibu (Los Angeles County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

3,031,977

98,824
1,965,821

851,926
449,284

405,868
2,058,766

3,031,977

98,824
1,965,821
299,724
851,926
449,284

405,868
2,058,766
111,388

Functional Revenues
$

Mammoth Lakes (Mono County)


General Revenues
$

909,410

62,123
1,761,430

6,056,254
320,969
276,987
111,934
636,259

Total Revenues
$

909,410

62,123
1,761,430

6,056,254
320,969
276,987
111,934
636,259

309,140

309,140

62,991

62,991

1,934,242
211,865

1,934,242
211,865

591,084
9,481

591,084
9,481

600,078

600,078

17,661
85,209

17,661
85,209

68,943

299,759

368,702

225,172

225,172

217,395
2,084,956
38,358
404,827

725,805
44,661

41,886
151,000

725,805
44,661
217,395
2,126,842
189,358
404,827

987,340
339,930

419,346

429,732
5,481

14,781

429,732
5,481
987,340
354,711

419,346

498,434

116,128

261,674

498,434

116,128

261,674

230,228

1,144,094
216,653

351,008

976,037

230,228

1,144,094
216,653

351,008

976,037

79,970

79,970

1,750

720

63,602

720
1,750
63,602

7,157,152

10,205,547

17,362,699

5,432,812

10,874,854

16,307,666

135

136

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Manhattan Beach (Los Angeles County)
Functional Revenues
General Revenues
Total Revenues

Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

810,541

107,819

8,832,893

259,432
6,955,753

2,101,611
882,273
1,876,833
467,499

78,815

8,832,893

259,432
6,955,753
810,541
2,101,611
882,273
1,876,833
467,499

186,634

Functional Revenues
$

232,672

Manteca (San Joaquin County)


General Revenues
$

2,846,436

17,355
6,769,344

324,379
870,850
452,033

(443,199)
579,516

Total Revenues
$

2,846,436

17,355
6,769,344

324,379
870,850
452,033

(443,199)
812,188

390,850

390,850

2,295,523
231,530

2,295,523
231,530

799,848
107,301

3,151

799,848
110,452

1,897,693
44,560

30,902

1,897,693
75,462

159,231

106,184

159,231
106,184

1,250,516

2,120,712
1,462,946

3,371,228
1,462,946

2,202,222
2,208

358,572
70,509

2,560,794
72,717

645,597
951,880

47,080

1,909,640
128,742

46,917

576,000

1,909,640
128,742
645,597
998,797

47,080
576,000

1,107,878
594,790

2,344,175

2,909,938
58,930

138,258

2,909,938
58,930
1,107,878
733,048

2,344,175

108,551
81,089
278,576
100,440
1,008,437
3,028,449
1,356,951
1,468,023

7,043,154

14,830

869,340

108,551
81,089
278,576
100,440
1,008,437
3,028,449
1,356,951
1,468,023

7,043,154

14,830

869,340

853,868
213,146
366,496
142,904
7,463,323
5,456,789

2,194,720
1,188,658
6,514,230

2,092,316
5,387,240

853,868
213,146
366,496
142,904
7,463,323
5,456,789

2,194,720
1,188,658
6,514,230

2,092,316
5,387,240

142,031

2,583,419

2,725,450

5,055,520

2,692

2,099

2,692

5,057,619

662,990

662,990

2,110,013

2,110,013

24,836,450

30,314,387

55,150,837

46,589,548

15,067,047

61,656,595

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

Maricopa (Kern County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

43,028

30,722

23,283
15,828
2,824
95

47,951

43,028

30,722

23,283
15,828
2,824
95

47,951

Functional Revenues
$

328,744

Marina (Monterey County)


General Revenues
$

1,106,851

21,221
955,927

1,004,519
424,627

28,001
1,075,810

Total Revenues
$

1,106,851

21,221
955,927

1,004,519
424,627

28,001
1,075,810
328,744

52,305
169,883

52,305
169,883

189,570
67,761

189,570
67,761

78,938

66,174

78,938
66,174

141,865
530,075

165,093

306,958
530,075

24,788
134,867

62,353
614

62,353
614
24,788
134,867

534,519
753,870
100,000
906,619

1,594,094
12,402

7,357

1,594,094
12,402
534,519
761,227
100,000
906,619

31,247
83,407

31,247
83,407

169,385
365,512

70,274

16,565

899,192

9,853
1,594,886

169,385
365,512

70,274

16,565

899,192

9,853
1,594,886

372,901
204,084

332,829
49,200
345,335

332,829
422,101
549,419

274,309

226,698

501,007

7,556,801

7,189,440

14,746,241

137

138

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account

Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

Martinez (Contra Costa County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

4,360,300

4,107,175

382,545
883,750
390,085
168,192

4,360,300

4,107,175

382,545
883,750
390,085
168,192

Functional Revenues
$

27,718

1,199,446

Marysville (Yuba County)


General Revenues
$

1,175,423

1,663,981

58,166
196,252
128,451
19,062

19,767

Total Revenues
$

1,175,423

1,663,981
27,718
58,166
196,252
128,451
19,062

1,219,213

101,879
531,304

101,879
531,304

108,679
203,844

108,679
203,844

537,117

537,117

147,606

147,606

280,697

280,697

158,765

158,765

409,063
305,520

307,758

716,821
305,520

186,154
39,176

120,238
74,267

306,392
113,443

689,859
7,042,525
871,850

2,023,477
74,883

144,597

288,750

2,023,477
74,883
689,859
7,187,122
871,850

288,750

244,727
705,070

641,011

686,282
19,767

11,828

686,282
19,767
244,727
716,898

641,011

121,148

458,985
599,849

7,764,056

177,393

70,000

121,148

458,985
599,849

7,764,056

177,393

70,000

2,617

4,365
1,089,090

207,021

84,324

2,617

4,365
1,089,090

207,021

84,324

696
274,190

604,339
623,695

696
878,529
623,695

26,410

6,777
339
630,726

6,777
339
657,136

20,236,131

14,359,546

34,595,677

5,076,023

4,811,326

9,887,349

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

799,625

630,313

Maywood (Los Angeles County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

284,751

23,497
794,986

37,847
243,166
201,766
21,131
830,699

284,751
799,625
23,497
794,986
630,313
37,847
243,166
201,766
21,131
830,699

Functional Revenues
$

McFarland (Kern County)


General Revenues
$

180,598

5,540
159,374

938
92,541
7,901
3,669

68,650

Total Revenues
$

180,598

5,540
159,374

938
92,541
7,901
3,669

68,650

181,118

181,118

149,564
7,100

42,545

149,564
49,645

32,939

32,939

403,904
55,106

145,058

403,904
200,164

25,466

5,969

25,466
5,969

56,235
103,682

39,641
17,884

95,876
121,566

522

21,400
34,526

21,922
34,526

14,400
588,595
456,644
145,460

1,634,482
3,895

18,802

1,634,482
18,295
588,595
475,446
145,460

155,347
342,130

209,848

546,689
3,084

12,690

546,689
3,084
155,347
354,820

209,848

20,451
458,520

26,730

9,256

453,221

20,451
458,520

26,730

9,256

453,221

9,030

744,898
459,430

48,454

132,101

9,030

744,898
459,430

48,454

132,101

1,673

3,698

313,164

3,698

314,837

1,200,000

1,200,000

4,561,597

4,657,012

9,218,609

3,360,165

1,143,569

4,503,734

139

140

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account

Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

255,124

Mendota (Fresno County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

23,423

18,446
334,840

70,527
52,589
2,709

23,423

18,446
334,840
255,124

70,527
52,589
2,709

Functional Revenues
$

464,832

566,072

Menlo Park (San Mateo County)


General Revenues
$

5,641,880

8,465,379

1,165,467
1,246,838
1,329,214
358,241

Total Revenues
$

5,641,880
464,832

8,465,379
566,072
1,165,467
1,246,838
1,329,214
358,241

931,939

931,939

166,912
537

166,912
537

962,774

3,324

962,774
3,324

26,387

5,581

26,387
5,581

207,906

225,654

207,906
225,654

25,962

95,948
15,543

121,910
15,543

1,260,676
224,219

1,697,414
268,738

2,958,090
492,957

151,428

998,274

449,792
5,937

449,792
5,937
151,428

998,274

2,925
611,535
1,684,182
62,260
859,369
4,918

1,723,125
59,259

123,506

1,723,125
62,184
611,535
1,807,688
62,260
859,369
4,918

1,340

633,663
497,293

805,325

68,915

1,340

633,663
497,293

805,325

68,915

229,326
282,755

70,008

1,327,030
256,240
2,458,218

3,893,474

383,588

229,326
282,755

70,008

1,327,030
256,240
2,458,218

3,893,474

383,588

129,239

129,239

23,009
96,628

23,009
96,628

1,000,000

1,000,000

13,514,033

13,514,033

4,631,160

1,204,574

5,835,734

30,377,916

22,308,039

52,685,955

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

834,281

Merced (Merced County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

3,209,641

7,333
9,894,331

641,537
940,514
966,493
137,480

3,209,641

7,333
9,894,331

641,537
940,514
966,493
137,480

834,281

Functional Revenues
$

47,828

Mill Valley (Marin County)


General Revenues
$

6,518,658

26,583
2,033,673

369,177
697,185
437,805
157,680

Total Revenues
$

6,518,658

26,583
2,033,673

369,177
697,185
437,805
157,680

47,828

912,940

912,940

1,270,808

1,270,808

753,756
43,344

753,756
43,344

355,561
20,707

355,561
20,707

314,524

58,079

314,524
58,079

167,364

185,481

167,364
185,481

427,232
12,950

578,818
124,436

1,006,050
137,386

183,401
342,796

251,219

434,620
342,796

1,152,590
2,608,865
52,692
2,341,116

3,652,070
66,651

37,649

3,652,070
66,651
1,152,590
2,646,514
52,692
2,341,116

247,648
1,048,290
77,488
64,873

757,691
70,073

21,414

757,691
70,073
247,648
1,069,704
77,488
64,873

360,705
545,662
244,548
895,995
6,733,719
6,455,463
54,055
811,210

7,374,232

193,660

4,570,014
965,897

360,705
545,662
244,548
895,995
6,733,719
6,455,463
54,055
811,210

7,374,232

193,660

4,570,014
965,897

397,802
13,417
4,855
6,922
2,166,777

1,739,931
590,172

626,464

397,802
13,417
4,855
6,922
2,166,777

1,739,931
590,172

626,464

179
62,994
1,820,791

50

229
62,994
1,820,791

21,858
173,189
45,605

4,882

21,858
173,189
50,487

40,543,414

20,315,082

60,858,496

9,613,756

11,531,521

21,145,277

141

142

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account

Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

131,172

10,567

Millbrae (San Mateo County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

3,088,678

48,123
1,863,619

2,670,938
549,041
363,055
80,209

208,157

3,088,678

48,123
1,863,619
131,172
2,670,938
549,041
363,055
80,209

218,724

Functional Revenues
$

1,146,803

Milpitas (Santa Clara County)


General Revenues
$

8,709,585

10,770
11,187,240

4,643,847
2,882,412
290,694
298,464

Total Revenues
$

8,709,585

10,770
11,187,240

5,790,650
2,882,412
290,694
298,464

174,703

174,703

179,402

179,402

550

550

1,800,563
357,948

1,800,563
357,948

203,114

203,114

304,997

413,201

304,997
413,201

534,128
146,908

113,429
231,271

647,557
378,179

3,946,149
109,482

2,921,399
20,964

6,867,548
130,446

285,033
3,312,779
2,195,661
208,233

1,207,840
29,666

63,891
95,505

1,207,840
29,666
285,033
3,376,670
2,291,166
208,233

1,232,213
2,145,001
1,037,976
237,039

3,897,116
144,676

375,987

3,897,116
144,676
1,232,213
2,520,988
1,037,976
237,039

148,874
88,087
244,947
39,640
3,679,653

566,924

3,116,376

630,127

148,874
88,087
244,947
39,640
3,679,653

566,924

3,116,376

630,127

156,752
494,532
165,697
63,758
8,683,468
204,229

1,119,405

10,805,084

142,603

156,752
494,532
165,697
63,758
8,683,468
204,229

1,119,405

10,805,084

142,603

115
343,759
397,069

115
343,759
397,069

1,536,189
2,053,032

6,315

6,315
1,536,189
2,053,032

10,600,000

10,600,000

26,855,305

10,816,536

37,671,841

37,922,322

35,802,670

73,724,992

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

4,167,866

1,921,369

Mission Viejo (Orange County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

12,788,089

226,128
13,289,667

402,865
2,227,160

527,898

239,948

12,788,089

226,128
13,289,667
4,167,866
402,865
2,227,160

527,898

2,161,317

Functional Revenues
$

7,470,766

Modesto (Stanislaus County)


General Revenues
$

8,478,028

3,622
27,061,426

2,119,804
3,018,703
8,901,000
639,743
12,516,962
17,870,578

Total Revenues
$

8,478,028

3,622
27,061,426
7,470,766
2,119,804
3,018,703
8,901,000
639,743
12,516,962
17,870,578

690,347

690,347

404,177
265,747

404,177
265,747

1,169,375
157,811

15,537

1,169,375
173,348

618,922
165,479

750

618,922
166,229

974,780

81,186

974,780
81,186

477,566
53,526

1,267,522
266,279

1,745,088
319,805

3,672,158

1,808,705
200,340

5,480,863
200,340

1,774,471
2,050,741
2,049,355
1,093,745

5,376,517
183,592

26,471

5,376,517
183,592
1,774,471
2,077,212
2,049,355
1,093,745

3,577,168
6,400,844
225,405
11,440,440

10,735,611
200,848

218,863

10,855

10,735,611
200,848
3,577,168
6,619,707
225,405
11,440,440
10,855

396,218

460,330

888,403

240,911
597,705

396,218

460,330

888,403

240,911
597,705

533,157
1,065,917
333,183
1,160,944
21,899,667
62,681
647,064
376,526
2,097,479
28,855,170

588,994

2,466,792
2,569,684
5,428,089

533,157
1,065,917
333,183
1,160,944
21,899,667
62,681
647,064
376,526
2,097,479
28,855,170

588,994

2,466,792
2,569,684
5,428,089

48,677

7,600
25,000
616,546

7,600
25,000
665,223

977,574

55,111
569,270
11,454,664

55,111
569,270
12,432,238

2,212,253

2,212,253

17,675,208

37,472,032

55,147,240

107,054,268

105,960,856

213,015,124

143

144

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account

Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

2,387,362

478,485

663,603

Monrovia (Los Angeles County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

3,233,514

44,191
7,754,262

769,233
898,280
554,746
133,191

29,679

3,233,514
2,387,362
44,191
7,754,262
478,485
769,233
898,280
554,746
133,191

693,282

Functional Revenues
$

27,714

19,517

Montague (Siskiyou County)


General Revenues
$

86,626

649
63,411

15,388
3,415
3,329

6,177

Total Revenues
$

86,626

649
63,411
27,714

15,388
3,415
3,329

25,694

474,182
685,572

474,182
685,572

14,915

14,915

337,609
189,017

20,430

337,609
209,447

70
2,038

70
2,038

677,412

29,198

677,412
29,198

2,009

2,009

830,761
1,441

478,229
58,954

1,308,990
60,395

22,157

18,234
4,437

40,391
4,437

146,698
637,091
1,131,527
40,020
629,978

2,067,119
166,303

196,265

2,067,119
313,001
637,091
1,327,792
40,020
629,978

37,813
367,813

699,297

80,497
6,611

6,744

80,497
6,611
37,813
374,557

699,297

467,706
256,728
766,865
34,870
1,189,755
320,175

289,310

5,073,756

786,127

161,877

467,706
256,728
766,865
34,870
1,189,755
320,175

289,310

5,073,756

786,127

161,877

15,969

99,245
337

7,957

200,052

7,636

5,960

15,969

99,245
337

7,957

200,052

7,636

5,960

122,280
48,144

1,160
26,595
509,787

1,160
148,875
557,931

1,754
48,460

6,515

1,754
54,975

18,828,351

16,971,136

35,799,487

1,580,713

302,033

1,882,746

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Montclair (San Bernardino County)
Functional Revenues
General Revenues

Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

391,499

Total Revenues
$

1,277,843

77,990
10,020,551

20,568
504,334
575,072
71,062
1,804,210

1,277,843

77,990
10,020,551

20,568
504,334
575,072
71,062
1,804,210
391,499

Functional Revenues
$

40,622

Monte Sereno (Santa Clara County)


General Revenues
$

349,340

21,814

155,066
40,190
33,926

Total Revenues
$

349,340

21,814

155,066
40,190
33,926

40,622

115,995
7,102

115,995
7,102

534,508
23,000

534,508
23,000

394,844
11,046

394,844
11,046

328,314
16,430

247,179

328,314
263,609

5,499

22,457

5,499
22,457

464,177

499,764
56,656

963,941
56,656

21,951

168,822

190,773

631,369
1,386,298

820,850

1,906,500
30,121

179,133

1,906,500
30,121
631,369
1,565,431

820,850

72,698
15,311

202,730
2,060

83

202,730
2,060
72,698
15,394

132,623
91,247
390,754
8,996
1,491,507
1,714,805

51,305

9,785

132,623
91,247
390,754
8,996
1,491,507
1,714,805

51,305

9,785

77,815

9,984

77,815

9,984

353,674
95,201

11,557
1,207
(2,061)

11,557
354,881
93,140

10,129

10,129

8,936,342

17,281,686

26,218,028

782,996

996,488

1,779,484

145

146

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account

Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

Montebello (Los Angeles County)


General Revenues

4,024,087

5,309,327

1,162,191

Total Revenues
$

1,890,945

252,134
9,246,622

224,688
976,677
1,241,426
86,192

214,720

1,890,945
4,024,087
252,134
9,246,622
5,309,327
224,688
976,677
1,241,426
86,192

1,376,911

Functional Revenues
$

69,489

Monterey (Monterey County)


General Revenues
$

3,787,989

157,744
6,710,757

12,877,048
1,236,249
2,482,417
122,454
2,312,486
55,652

Total Revenues
$

3,787,989

157,744
6,710,757

12,877,048
1,236,249
2,482,417
122,454
2,312,486
125,141

699,241
281,143

75,117

699,241
281,143

75,117

314,882
483,373

115,268

314,882
598,641

333,833
12,270

333,833
12,270

384,079
534,515

15,903

384,079
550,418

279,244

2,321

281,565

2,137,421

268,699
43,936

2,406,120
43,936

1,326,184
516,904

1,496,993
3,172,811

2,823,177
3,689,715

89,075
1,366,779
8,834,403
358,803
5,987,078

3,584,613
25,590

3,584,613
114,665
1,366,779
8,834,403
358,803
5,987,078

601,123
2,997,476
83,481
603,832

1,663,424
42,644

134,370

1,663,424
42,644
601,123
3,131,846
83,481
603,832

142,339
54,902
66,906
1,591

2,399,103

450,400
3,222,386
1,328,362

5,063,698
1,866,072
2,426,994

142,339
54,902
66,906
1,591

2,399,103

450,400
3,222,386
1,328,362

5,063,698
1,866,072
2,426,994

191,848

51,873
1,747
1,585,069

5,687,099
3,497,154

1,989,063

1,250,256
2,430,968

191,848

51,873
1,747
1,585,069

5,687,099
3,497,154

1,989,063

1,250,256
2,430,968

91,423

393,930

13,550

1,243,033

104,973

1,636,963

4,744
275,916
240,774

51,821

4,744
275,916
292,595

15,830,000

15,830,000

9,775,758

9,775,758

64,324,119

19,443,996

83,768,115

34,861,606

36,307,180

71,168,786

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Monterey Park (Los Angeles County)
Functional Revenues
General Revenues

Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

2,639,531

1,555,717

157,766

4,186,316

236,757
4,385,738

520,888
939,488
886,051
132,112
3,146,364

Total Revenues
4,186,316
2,639,531
236,757
4,385,738
1,555,717
520,888
939,488
886,051
132,112
3,146,364
157,766

Functional Revenues
$

1,138,956

2,949,640

Moorpark (Ventura County)


General Revenues
$

1,936,137

32,535
1,790,801

839,920
38,555
204,947

Total Revenues
$

1,936,137

32,535
1,790,801
1,138,956

839,920
38,555
204,947

2,949,640

473,269
464,190
464,190

473,269
464,190
464,190

216,766
2,599,324

216,766
2,599,324

525,043
56,867

11,927

525,043
68,794

851,914

851,914

90,411

878,648

969,059

240,307

4,205

240,307
4,205

191,094

827,188
314,121

1,018,282
314,121

1,223,644
12,834

451,320
26,291

1,674,964
39,125

56,918
1,141,653
3,427,268
283,000
1,639,087
50,290

3,408,379
60,473

1,461

3,408,379
117,391
1,141,653
3,428,729
283,000
1,639,087
50,290

552,241
341,040
1,039
510,278

1,926,638
29,948

1,287
9,527

1,926,638
29,948
552,241
342,327
10,566
510,278

487,678
375,432
746,490
133,076
274,171
4,434,439

591,671

6,282,348

63,412
1,324,807
693,794

487,678
375,432
746,490
133,076
274,171
4,434,439

591,671

6,282,348

63,412
1,324,807
693,794

1,156,321
45,562

278,656

209,262

463,732

26,979

345,892

1,156,321
45,562

278,656

209,262

463,732

26,979

345,892

1,692,224

354,562

2,046,786

2,867
130,000
786,617

2,796
23,948
5,627

5,663
153,948
792,244

431,000

431,000

30,746,836

20,290,473

51,037,309

14,083,871

7,324,482

21,408,353

147

148

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account

Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

395,973

Moraga (Contra Costa County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

1,063,093

93,183
749,082

291,587

107,535

1,063,093

93,183
749,082

291,587

107,535

395,973

Functional Revenues
$

3,272,425

Moreno Valley (Riverside County)


General Revenues
$

2,321,397

125,031
7,194,055

301,235
3,222,149
813,806
438,709
9,078,814

Total Revenues
$

2,321,397

125,031
7,194,055

301,235
3,222,149
813,806
438,709
9,078,814
3,272,425

118,300

118,300

2,724,691

586,003

2,724,691

586,003

1,085,757
154,891

5,750

1,085,757
160,641

40,674

40,674

760,288

274,433

760,288
274,433

154,325

155,772

310,097

1,331,990

1,855,524
49,775

3,187,514
49,775

203,594
97,931

839,687

961,536
17,850

135,528

961,536
17,850
203,594
233,459

839,687

2,747,504
1,394,866
628,635
1,996,340

8,459,660
21,716

340,992
314,900

8,459,660
21,716
2,747,504
1,735,858
943,535
1,996,340

174,964

150,768

84,742

174,964

150,768

84,742

4,067,064

205,412
1,966,322

38,228
388,817

1,068,976
539,496

4,067,064

205,412
1,966,322

38,228
388,817

1,068,976
539,496

756

7,611
12,055
54,328

7,611
12,055
55,084

767,476

23
3,479,163

23
4,246,639

2,261,714

3,649,160

5,910,874

25,725,181

38,297,132

64,022,313

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

Morgan Hill (Santa Clara County)


General Revenues

2,798,732

Total Revenues
$

2,167,507

4,870,295

931,716
1,291,893
179,970
267,398

1,608

2,167,507

4,870,295

931,716
1,291,893
179,970
267,398

2,800,340

Functional Revenues
$

313,388

177,617

Morro Bay (San Luis Obispo County)


General Revenues
$

1,653,224

1,331,066

1,758,443
4,431,930
150,524
68,805

Total Revenues
$

1,653,224

1,331,066
313,388
1,758,443
4,431,930
150,524
68,805

177,617

111,687

111,687

1,570

1,570

671,673
30,260

681

671,673
30,941

53,989

53,989

12,667

98,825

12,667
98,825

57,992

11,613

57,992
11,613

2,327,516
37,010

972,655
42,207

3,300,171
79,217

111,174
36,706

486,548
211,111

597,722
247,817

666,436
691,714
397,794
175,562

1,904,697
40,970

153,881

1,904,697
40,970
666,436
845,595
397,794
175,562

211,402
309,888

74,922

565,986
21,139

61,910
15,825

565,986
21,139
211,402
371,798
15,825
74,922

614,970
244,682
72,518
594,289
7,383,981

73,577

5,995,872

3,424,552
93,625

614,970
244,682
72,518
594,289
7,383,981

73,577

5,995,872

3,424,552
93,625

213,112
26,966
129,017
224,389
1,337,913

34,640
377,771

3,857,204

1,183,463

29,881

1,214,973

213,112
26,966
129,017
224,389
1,337,913

34,640
377,771

3,857,204

1,183,463

29,881

1,214,973

401,788

2,199
3,278
456

2,199
3,278
402,244

106

435,356

215,962

435,356

216,068

26,820,905

12,930,236

39,751,141

9,978,083

11,419,442

21,397,525

149

150

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Mountain View (Santa Clara County)
Functional Revenues
General Revenues

Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

158,578

13,972,692

2,444
16,381,256

2,873,871
3,599,499
219,206
4,054,461
4,712,582
1,060,191

Total Revenues

Functional Revenues

13,972,692

2,444
16,381,256

2,873,871
3,599,499
219,206
4,054,461
4,712,582
1,218,769

36,854

Mt. Shasta (Siskiyou County)


General Revenues
$

286,640

62
788,607

440,740
61,073
63,966
25,594

Total Revenues
$

286,640

62
788,607
36,854
440,740
61,073
63,966
25,594

46,863

46,863

1,630,360
207,144

1,630,360
207,144

41,138
2,801

41,138
2,801

106,806

430,833

106,806
430,833

17,091

2,540

17,091
2,540

1,681,263
613,269

10,978,163
5,070,597

12,659,426
5,683,866

85,449

16,046
150

101,495
150

1,381,374
1,157,232
596,679
3,570,885

3,971,319
185,690

1,166,998

338,008

3,971,319
185,690
1,381,374
2,324,230
596,679
3,570,885
338,008

125,655
2,356,896
2,581
1,033,835

201,055
8,623

86
4,935

591

201,055
8,623
125,655
2,356,982
7,516
1,033,835
591

89,085
14,250
3,159,708
8,825,113
8,504,806

773,583
3,876,082
13,683,576

(2,204,148)
7,725,631

89,085
14,250
3,159,708
8,825,113
8,504,806

773,583
3,876,082
13,683,576

(2,204,148)
7,725,631

38,772
22,137
28,170

672,347
299,951
6,406

363,583

11,725

38,772
22,137
28,170

672,347
299,951
6,406

363,583

11,725

168,307
2,620,525

168,307
2,620,525

13,107
3,016

4,191

46,691

4,191
13,107
49,707

55,551,276

71,806,642

127,357,918

5,208,377

1,951,590

7,159,967

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

534,543

963,735

10,914,090

Murrieta (Riverside County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

2,212,236

102,678
5,421,965

1,037,986
303,520
430,456

2,212,236
534,543
102,678
5,421,965
963,735

1,037,986
303,520
430,456

10,914,090

Functional Revenues
$

756,425

229,301

2,941,158

Napa (Napa County)


General Revenues
$

8,697,561

128,488
10,015,079

4,241,777
1,680,606
2,072,325
306,011

Total Revenues
$

8,697,561
756,425
128,488
10,015,079
229,301
4,241,777
1,680,606
2,072,325
306,011

2,941,158

1,025,797

1,025,797

2,937

2,937

1,028,104

1,028,104

730,743
10

730,743
10

286,562

25,985

286,562
25,985

268,532
132,413

268,532
132,413

2,348,310

1,168,621
11,672

3,516,931
11,672

2,126,294
284,118

1,166,147

3,292,441
284,118

884,358
559,763
1,590,051
417,271

2,572,905
58,815

1,100

2,572,905
58,815
884,358
560,863
1,590,051
417,271

14,513
1,321,294
4,810,516
2,611,885
12,371,674

4,108,118
96,284

22,599

4,108,118
110,797
1,321,294
4,833,115
2,611,885
12,371,674

1,090,109
241,904

1,399,316

1,090,109
241,904

1,399,316

161,251
162,104
424,921
304,302

2,694,645
367,046
892,395
1,744,370
16,548,693

1,415,371
2,721,175

161,251
162,104
424,921
304,302

2,694,645
367,046
892,395
1,744,370
16,548,693

1,415,371
2,721,175

7,988

30,576,985

29,824

7,988

30,606,809

39,863
5,500
19,486

39,863
5,500
19,486

863,520

863,520

53,868,886

13,377,763

67,246,649

56,966,455

32,534,995

89,501,450

151

152

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account

Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

National City (San Diego County)


General Revenues

895,420

Total Revenues
$

2,216,151

5,729
13,979,178

1,039,172
1,550,645
569,016
81,184

116,006

2,216,151

5,729
13,979,178
895,420
1,039,172
1,550,645
569,016
81,184

116,006

Functional Revenues
$

Needles (San Bernardino County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

182,056
45,560

182,056
45,560

623,050
141,113

623,050
141,113

177,269
79,228

1,512,718

1,689,987
79,228

969,919
2,619,226
927,062
1,581,715

3,119,710
29,394

70,121

3,119,710
29,394
969,919
2,689,347
927,062
1,581,715

155,545
1,511,128
562,693
63,864
4,168,840

48,423

1,288,017

378,427

155,545
1,511,128
562,693
63,864
4,168,840

48,423

1,288,017

378,427

332,208

300,663

632,871

16,750,763

24,589,687

41,340,450

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

40,407

Nevada City (Nevada County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

732,068

128
967,404

412,476
74,172
59,350

732,068

128
967,404

412,476
74,172
59,350

40,407

Functional Revenues
$

370,577

Newark (Alameda County)


General Revenues
$

6,927,870

159,695
10,421,995

1,972,695
2,241,991
1,037,356
207,331

Total Revenues
$

6,927,870

159,695
10,421,995
370,577
1,972,695
2,241,991
1,037,356
207,331

33,029

33,029

173,363

12,630
195,052

173,363

12,630
195,052

249

249

1,017,272
135,395

1,017,272
135,395

27,549

8,677

27,549
8,677

179,011

47,097

179,011
47,097

24,333

51,773
26,502

76,106
26,502

227,569

568,842
162,177

796,411
162,177

492,114

181,067
1,255

72

181,067
1,255

492,186

930,755
535,520

570,680

2,400,282
99,549

192,484

2,400,282
99,549
930,755
728,004

570,680

48,119

812,971

44,081

378,665

44,908

48,119

812,971

44,081

378,665

44,908

183,567
598,223
271,359

270,031

1,680,564

632,750

183,567
598,223
271,359

270,031

1,680,564

632,750

135,084

135,084

178,548
372,243

907,637

178,548
1,279,880

2,081,509

2,514,944

4,596,453

8,535,109

27,347,001

35,882,110

153

154

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account

Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

102,622

214,792

Newman (Stanislaus County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

319,883

1,361
447,303

116,917
22,659
13,309

319,883

1,361
447,303
102,622

116,917
22,659
13,309

214,792

Functional Revenues
$

1,083,034

4,364,855

Newport Beach (Orange County)


General Revenues
$

30,307,949

1,840,774
18,796,571

7,690,655
3,149,000
2,519,860
1,058,694

48,261

Total Revenues
$

30,307,949

1,840,774
18,796,571
1,083,034
7,690,655
3,149,000
2,519,860
1,058,694

4,413,116

20,824

55,125

20,824

55,125

31,147

31,147

118,044
3,260

118,044
3,260

1,544,607
478,020

4,618

1,544,607
482,638

30,989

1,616

30,989
1,616

2,808,093
30,492

155,405

2,808,093
185,897

128,084
16,235

97,883

225,967
16,235

2,145,767
3,221,723

2,676,854
2,847,048

4,822,621
6,068,771

132,157
512,770

1,533,731

414,222
7,885

15,834
4,208

414,222
7,885
132,157
528,604
4,208
1,533,731

1,208,426
2,171,269
77,679
1,817,763

4,380,070
425,492

250,215

4,380,070
425,492
1,208,426
2,421,484
77,679
1,817,763

33,439
20,983

81,506
1,020,947
504,861

78,143

586,718

173,065

33,439
20,983

81,506
1,020,947
504,861

78,143

586,718

173,065

1,645,482
359,059
2,025,708

2,945,804

2,040,112

16,665,724

4,085,710

1,645,482
359,059
2,025,708

2,945,804

2,040,112

16,665,724

4,085,710

1,170

21,287

967

8,296

2,137

29,583

211,071

292,374
552,047
15,933,633

292,374
552,047
16,144,704

5,390,752

1,472,343

6,863,095

50,961,545

92,929,520

143,891,065

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

28,484

125,225

Norco (Riverside County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

706,569

10,502
4,788,201

727,761
234,427
94,166

706,569

10,502
4,788,201

28,484
727,761
234,427
94,166

125,225

Functional Revenues
$

5,209,751

Norwalk (Los Angeles County)


General Revenues
$

3,774,020

123,616
7,368,818

738,906
1,291,777
564,765
168,647
5,252,159

Total Revenues
$

3,774,020

123,616
7,368,818
5,209,751
738,906
1,291,777
564,765
168,647
5,252,159

407,949
72,215

42,768

407,949
114,983

385,070
209,235

70,917

385,070
280,152

62,500

77,582

62,500
77,582

871,272

673,336

871,272
673,336

362,757

649,755

1,012,512

39,692

926,092
277,566

965,784
277,566

982,353
520,825

417,846

1,374,884
15,673

581

1,374,884
15,673
982,353
521,406

417,846

1,954,721
3,375,336
366,505
12,855,492

5,808,212
54,289

122,377

5,808,212
54,289
1,954,721
3,497,713
366,505
12,855,492

67,844

59,227
242,825
2,281,902
2,776,485

360,480

4,166,521

1,295,653

67,844

59,227
242,825
2,281,902
2,776,485

360,480

4,166,521

1,295,653

260,977

3,626

66,057
447,677
381,709

2,352,553

2,328,973
1,626,069
246,599

260,977

3,626

66,057
447,677
381,709

2,352,553

2,328,973
1,626,069
246,599

348,538

16,416
188,494

16,416
537,032

686

27,310
950,304
312,975

27,310
950,304
313,661

6,200,000

6,200,000

4,040,000

4,040,000

20,779,629

8,927,779

29,707,408

37,022,000

28,506,086

65,528,086

155

156

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account

Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Novato (Marin County)


General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

1,844,073

320,700

Total Revenues
$

4,156,789

6,829,458

949,957
933,728
731,119
237,854

5,865

4,156,789
1,844,073

6,829,458

949,957
933,728
731,119
237,854

326,565

Functional Revenues
$

711,171

832,602

Oakdale (Stanislaus County)


General Revenues
$

803,585

1,155
2,692,982

162,655
578,672
122,730
73,695

Total Revenues
$

803,585

1,155
2,692,982
711,171
162,655
578,672
122,730
73,695

832,602

26,918
358,263

26,918
358,263

99,658

99,658

964,551
22,462

964,551
22,462

368,898
13,113

368,898
13,113

201,101

204,798

201,101
204,798

59,176

56,044

59,176
56,044

702,493
251,699

257,732
219,888

960,225
471,587

82,336
6,300

518,487
26,254

600,823
32,554

956,588
827,439
377,027
215,740

2,955,405
65,183

102,685

56,205

2,955,405
65,183
956,588
930,124
377,027
215,740
56,205

298,184
382,262
71,000
390,719

871,211
19,501

55,844

871,211
19,501
298,184
438,106
71,000
390,719

2,553,091
91,268

871,130

10,000

1,483,684

1,321,186

2,553,091
91,268

871,130

10,000

1,483,684

1,321,186

395,957
143,969
63,308
70,271
1,436,535
8,274
18,330
158,083

1,292,300

130,490

58,306

51,789

395,957
143,969
63,308
70,271
1,436,535
8,274
18,330
158,083

1,292,300

130,490

58,306

51,789

154,092
4,750,994

1,635
169,988
88,999

1,635
324,080
4,839,993

4,700

590,175

6,748
348,615
107,496

11,448
348,615
697,671

2,680,000

2,680,000

18,304,499

17,967,288

36,271,787

10,417,906

6,445,674

16,863,580

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

43,208,520

14,166,753

Oakland (Alameda County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

57,746,637

5,800,697
36,225,562

10,262,733
10,946,800
42,221,657
38,071,970
49,544,078
266,969

57,746,637
43,208,520
5,800,697
36,225,562

10,262,733
10,946,800
42,221,657
38,071,970
49,544,078
14,433,722

Functional Revenues
$

810

Oakley (Contra Costa County)


General Revenues
$

1,068,078

911,702

495,887

Total Revenues
$

1,068,078

911,702

495,887

810

1,644,435
14,250,468

1,644,435
14,250,468

426,003

2,339,508

426,003

2,339,508

19,045,062
1,765,414

19,045,062
1,765,414

825,432
7,015

68,834

825,432
75,849

1,110,675

15,686,115

1,110,675
15,686,115

52,423
211

52,423
211

27,139,778

3,605,946
4,820,078

30,745,724
4,820,078

205,982
8,543

161,385

367,367
8,543

817,711
8,339,325
3,349,296
22,688,528
88,946,829

22,854,233
957,698

(14,500)

22,854,233
1,775,409
8,339,325
3,334,796
22,688,528
88,946,829

588,893
100,000

1,010,860

1,881,961
14,479

1,881,961
14,479
588,893
100,000

1,010,860

1,686,757
102,135
913,955
12,699,326
21,144,000

9,401,038
2,107,206
110,000

106,232,156
84,301,833

6,766,751
29,101,608

1,686,757
102,135
913,955
12,699,326
21,144,000

9,401,038
2,107,206
110,000

106,232,156
84,301,833

6,766,751
29,101,608

1,187,384
75,889

72,345

11,500

684,284

1,187,384
75,889

72,345

11,500

684,284

12,515,862
3,329,032
(2,733,192)

8,657,469

12,515,862
3,329,032
5,924,277

11,713

229,512

241,225

249,643,449

249,643,449

783,794,710

307,654,142

1,091,448,852

7,608,795

4,831,838

12,440,633

157

158

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account

Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

Oceanside (San Diego County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

17,319,858

233,863
15,603,666

1,586,117
3,404,165
1,576,405
814,524

5,892,978

17,319,858

233,863
15,603,666

1,586,117
3,404,165
1,576,405
814,524

5,892,978

Functional Revenues

Ojai (Ventura County)


General Revenues

126,039

737,768

26,236
1,095,985

1,669,763
247,169
49,968
55,078

Total Revenues
$

737,768

26,236
1,095,985

1,669,763
247,169
49,968
55,078

126,039

1,351,664
9,752

1,351,664
9,752

46,504
132,976

46,504
132,976

5,337
8,515

5,337
8,515

2,852

2,852

895,944
39,847

1,477,794

895,944
1,517,641

20,329

11,766

20,329
11,766

4,667,869
1,663,246

3,994,565
359,905

8,662,434
2,023,151

25,709
14,535

123,606

149,315
14,535

3,106,067
3,684,793
62,954
950,696
8,998,124

9,052,361
285,115

151,102

9,052,361
285,115
3,106,067
3,835,895
62,954
950,696
8,998,124

155,949
1,013,819

101,857

436,214
10,504

2,909

436,214
10,504
155,949
1,016,728

101,857

2,432,324
559,049
3,271,504
4,143,370
17,161,037
16,250,847
788,698
551,435
87,496
37,074,925

139,493

2,805,982

2,432,324
559,049
3,271,504
4,143,370
17,161,037
16,250,847
788,698
551,435
87,496
37,074,925

139,493

2,805,982

91,711

666,431

59,479

150,012

91,711

666,431

59,479

150,012

60,430
5,379,155

24,537
18,506

24,537
78,936
5,379,155

24,677

103,013

127,690

116,150,553

61,795,461

177,946,014

2,632,879

4,569,979

7,202,858

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

Ontario (San Bernardino County)


General Revenues

1,858,100

568,879

Total Revenues
$

12,334,545

809,396
38,749,088

8,159,492
2,019,481
3,818,217
478,620

497,113

12,334,545

809,396
38,749,088
1,858,100
8,159,492
2,019,481
3,818,217
478,620

1,065,992

Functional Revenues
$

1,681,239

521,224

Orange (Orange County)


General Revenues
$

12,125,908

215,005
25,478,034

2,767,866
2,096,232
2,079,554
579,816

Total Revenues
$

12,125,908

215,005
25,478,034
1,681,239
2,767,866
2,096,232
2,079,554
579,816

521,224

254,290
415,059

254,290
415,059

1,329,340

410,555

1,329,340

410,555

1,829,648
36

28,267

1,829,648
28,303

928,788
265,665

928,788
265,665

534,350
192,684

654,679

534,350
847,363

1,239,552
60,380

12,632

1,239,552
73,012

4,222,258
15,543

4,859,926
511,812

9,082,184
527,355

2,263,023
178,615

2,731,520
27,466

4,994,543
206,081

2,986,009
5,046,124
15,929
10,632,357

8,226,217
305,054

3,814

8,226,217
305,054
2,986,009
5,049,938
15,929
10,632,357

3,853,359
2,783,269
2,814,954
2,295,882

7,409,676
172,233

184,056

7,409,676
172,233
3,853,359
2,967,325
2,814,954
2,295,882

1,785,162
1,680,919
822,453
251,656
10,119,306
21,327,217
4,624,940
633,905

26,803,101

5,501,473

1,785,162
1,680,919
822,453
251,656
10,119,306
21,327,217
4,624,940
633,905

26,803,101

5,501,473

689,437
565,031
1,730,808

6,911,551
16,700
607,821

15,421,443

1,962,137
270,581

689,437
565,031
1,730,808

6,911,551
16,700
607,821

15,421,443

1,962,137
270,581

23,068
2,193,022

18,437

563,585

18,437
23,068
2,756,607

20,553
1,877,008

21,523
10,844
500,776

21,523
31,397
2,377,784

29,976,424

29,976,424

134,313,912

82,037,743

216,351,655

50,698,915

56,413,141

107,112,056

159

160

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account

Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

302,207

Orange Cove (Fresno County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

24,767

111,315

42,965
13,817
3,890
253,824

24,767

111,315
302,207

42,965
13,817
3,890
253,824

Functional Revenues
$

1,694,023

Orinda (Contra Costa County)


General Revenues
$

2,144,785

148,262
853,988

680,433

392,697

Total Revenues
$

2,144,785

148,262
853,988
1,694,023

680,433

392,697

5,510
47,929
515,214

5,510
47,929
515,214

34,338
32

34,338
32

5,370

5,370

144,903

12,550

144,903
12,550

38,168

21,992
136,531

60,160
136,531

16,636

450,349
17,663

466,985
17,663

141,415
1,185,327

557,763

466,704
3,380

8,401

466,704
3,380
141,415
1,193,728

557,763

306,527
182,157

1,069,142
35,599

108,732

1,069,142
35,599
306,527
290,889

278,753

22,204
373,160
347,830

8,660

642,645

118,368

278,753

22,204
373,160
347,830

8,660

642,645

118,368

434,754
4,502

49,243

1,127,615

26,188

434,754
4,502

49,243

1,127,615

26,188

5,000
44,421

5,000
44,421

6,810
13,119

(10,477)

6,810
2,642

4,056,240

1,137,007

5,193,247

4,575,130

5,903,723

10,478,853

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Orland (Glenn County)


General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

310,128

23,672

Total Revenues
$

459,341

13,209
631,476

48,180
79,559
11,764
8,527

459,341

13,209
631,476
310,128
48,180
79,559
11,764
8,527

23,672

Functional Revenues

Oroville (Butte County)


General Revenues

261,763

58,459

398,827

16,044
2,707,269

300,363
302,199
66,774
21,383
1,148,396

Total Revenues
$

398,827

16,044
2,707,269
261,763
300,363
302,199
66,774
21,383
1,148,396
58,459

66,216

66,216

119,649
40,236

119,649
40,236

9,290

10,793

9,290
10,793

9,287
4,690

82,153

9,287
86,843

79,419

39,905
34,877

119,324
34,877

458,963
277,847

256,390
15,138

715,353
292,985

105,958
162,338
100,344
234,223

351,497
11,108

13,124

351,497
11,108
105,958
175,462
100,344
234,223

286,284
1,041,028

1,612,598

722,805
972

307

722,805
972
286,284
1,041,335

1,612,598

846
7,135

378,143

39,597

506,892

3,132

846
7,135

378,143

39,597

506,892

3,132

56,372
12,657

53,691
1,368,753

1,409

120,570

18,454

1,730,749

56,372
12,657

53,691
1,368,753

1,409

120,570

18,454

1,730,749

9,183

8,050

8,050
9,183

248

1,302

8,001

106,445

8,249

107,747

2,036,516

1,721,410

3,757,926

7,535,009

6,153,466

13,688,475

161

162

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account

Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

5,114,562

3,641,402

1,629,857

Oxnard (Ventura County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

14,059,699

564,749
19,846,352

2,321,758
7,104,954
3,174,931
608,145
1,902,690

14,059,699
5,114,562
564,749
19,846,352
3,641,402
2,321,758
7,104,954
3,174,931
608,145
1,902,690
1,629,857

Functional Revenues
$

108,485

130,251

Pacific Grove (Monterey County)


General Revenues
$

2,454,033

44,590
1,600,191

2,877,117
499,310
291,701
74,414
1,085,150

Total Revenues
$

2,454,033
108,485
44,590
1,600,191

2,877,117
499,310
291,701
74,414
1,085,150
130,251

1,515,592

1,515,592

1,530,882
456,510

1,530,882
456,510

240,119
21,758

240,119
21,758

369,732

1,139,690

369,732
1,139,690

47,668

27,106

47,668
27,106

2,241,754

4,324,395
347,299

6,566,149
347,299

110,271

290,662
154,469

400,933
154,469

75,156
3,337,806
6,040,912

8,141,637

9,928,351
218,355

338,251

9,928,351
293,511
3,337,806
6,379,163

8,141,637

1,437
246,996
308,081

611,718

853,575
24,232

18,367

853,575
25,669
246,996
326,448

611,718

2,525,821
319,773
79,916
985,861
20,834,188
28,330,568

418,619
3,207,541
17,206,345

20,312,942
1,082,109

2,525,821
319,773
79,916
985,861
20,834,188
28,330,568

418,619
3,207,541
17,206,345

20,312,942
1,082,109

241,932
42,705
14,360

757,725

338,463
1,591,430

954,078
585,640

241,932
42,705
14,360

757,725

338,463
1,591,430

954,078
585,640

2,457,117
9,449,160

119,380
63,482

119,380
2,520,599
9,449,160

4,066

4,066

2,705,584

2,705,584

144,011,346

66,062,481

210,073,827

6,353,118

10,298,983

16,652,101

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

Pacifica (San Mateo County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

Functional Revenues
$

1,952,787

1,386,588

Palm Desert (Riverside County)


General Revenues
$

2,725,950

295
13,027,395

7,464,256
2,131,820
948,255
497,967

390,919

Total Revenues
$

2,725,950

295
13,027,395
1,952,787
7,464,256
2,131,820
948,255
497,967

1,777,507

1,420,321

326,210

1,420,321

326,210

1,117,868
55,280

1,117,868
55,280

134,663

313,837

134,663
313,837

1,477,807
861,405

2,947,609
43,955

4,425,416
905,360

909,927
659,280

673,978

2,310,843
39,311

40,597

2,310,843
39,311
909,927
699,877

673,978

916,707

10,582

5,747,369

626,674

916,707

10,582

5,747,369

626,674

1,723,549
8,099,923

562,279

562,279
1,723,549
8,099,923

28,100,918

33,445,288

61,546,206

163

164

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account

Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

1,315,316

536,488

Palm Springs (Riverside County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

10,294,653

61,513
6,827,198

12,112,373
2,456,645
733,164
350,469
5,683,965

10,294,653

61,513
6,827,198
1,315,316
12,112,373
2,456,645
733,164
350,469
5,683,965
536,488

Functional Revenues
$

Palmdale (Los Angeles County)


General Revenues
$

2,718,066

9,632
5,192,474

887,900
2,971,991
355,259
370,083

148,560

Total Revenues
$

2,718,066

9,632
5,192,474

887,900
2,971,991
355,259
370,083

148,560

14,174
52,910

14,174
52,910

1,977,847

1,977,847

635,841
83,296

635,841
83,296

3,106,173
706,395

3,106,173
706,395

178,447
375,870

102,253

178,447
478,123

714,063
3,514

7,356

714,063
10,870

767,344

1,677,085
1,491,978

2,444,429
1,491,978

947,299
90,214

(48,634)
21,579

898,665
111,793

751,241
2,374,417
79,803
10,238,478

2,448,281
241,631

23,668

2,448,281
241,631
751,241
2,398,085
79,803
10,238,478

2,221,646
8,596,745
268,660
1,496,301

7,214,842
38,030

2,852

7,214,842
38,030
2,221,646
8,599,597
268,660
1,496,301

466,874
970,000
69,164
119,907
5,366,910

598,880
2,390,823

11,508,510

1,089,686
1,585,736

466,874
970,000
69,164
119,907
5,366,910

598,880
2,390,823

11,508,510

1,089,686
1,585,736

220,029
189,278

845,292
13,622

1,667,171

1,542,445

220,029
189,278

845,292
13,622

1,667,171

1,542,445

107,509
769,143

10,974
175,004

10,974
282,513
769,143

261,435
502,230
626,768

1,337,559

261,435
1,839,789
626,768

183,763

183,763

42,630,530

44,690,854

87,321,384

25,997,127

21,227,549

47,224,676

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

2,408

Palo Alto (Santa Clara County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

12,403,400

733,828
19,365,817

6,614,769

2,874,179
6,456,562

12,403,400

733,828
19,365,817
2,408
6,614,769

2,874,179
6,456,562

Palos Verdes Estates (Los Angeles County)


Functional Revenues
General Revenues
Total Revenues
$

316,053

3,384,051

49,879
238,646

355,790
218,768
160,899
2,608,640

3,384,051

49,879
238,646
316,053

355,790
218,768
160,899
2,608,640

880,475

880,475

2,686,488
2,821

2,686,488
2,821

2,593,419
1,037,371

17,342

2,593,419
1,054,713

634,347
10,512

62,085

634,347
72,597

13,867
436,997

1,610,173

13,867
2,047,170

89,480

107,591

89,480
107,591

16,040,755
2,912,376

3,641,194
12,788,702

19,681,949
15,701,078

80,520

424,850
716,918

505,370
716,918

2,854,576
1,026,340
37,940
602,007

3,349,038
63,901

218,853
1,179,235

1,819,475

3,349,038
63,901
2,854,576
1,245,193
1,217,175
602,007
1,819,475

228,978
452,339
568,950
479,440

746,374
48,548

28,482

746,374
48,548
228,978
480,821
568,950
479,440

2,070,339
346,258
7,769,247
2,400
23,279,000
21,777,000

2,998,601
3,213,576
16,034,000
93,755,000
41,658,000

3,402,530

2,070,339
346,258
7,769,247
2,400
23,279,000
21,777,000

2,998,601
3,213,576
16,034,000
93,755,000
41,658,000

3,402,530

241,358
40,972

188,619

50

241,358
40,972

188,619

50

50,000

35,775,262

2,126,460
100,161
1,809,167

2,176,460
100,161
37,584,429

360,527

360,527

26,055,000

26,055,000

306,624,744

77,172,256

383,797,000

6,020,927

9,512,048

15,532,975

165

166

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account

Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

39,911

Paradise (Butte County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

2,870,015

1,359,562

104,765
427,791
1,643
72,228

2,870,015

1,359,562
39,911
104,765
427,791
1,643
72,228

Functional Revenues
$

1,331,852

Paramount (Los Angeles County)


General Revenues
$

796,117

143,580
5,102,987

1,335,011
928,145
83,268
2,082,678

Total Revenues
$

796,117

143,580
5,102,987
1,331,852

1,335,011
928,145
83,268
2,082,678

8,973
11,841

8,973
11,841

13,937

13,937

357,832
64,330

357,832
64,330

323,209
50,829

323,209
50,829

19,505

57,867

19,505
57,867

587,876

43,200

587,876
43,200

16,714

159,515
170

176,229
170

246,924
20,926

441,915
646

688,839
21,572

750,891
477,507

1,417,062

1,483,585
82,513

259

1,483,585
82,513
750,891
477,766

1,417,062

949,491
2,542,024
68,241
3,844,080

3,187,724
11,286

1,476

3,187,724
11,286
949,491
2,543,500
68,241
3,844,080

27,548

22,784

364,352

61,986

31,362

27,548

22,784

364,352

61,986

31,362

121,030

149

134,328

4,892,188

75,862
850,000
2,754,024

121,030

149

134,328

4,892,188

75,862
850,000
2,754,024

248,496

248,496

17,063

2,199
112,069
4,977

2,199
112,069
22,040

692,506

692,506

4,365,104

6,868,409

11,233,513

18,824,033

14,277,278

33,101,311

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Parlier (Fresno County)


General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

109,699

195,460

124,352
32,289
4,264

109,699

195,460

124,352
32,289
4,264

Functional Revenues
$

3,114,985

3,202,511
6,455,773

9,984

Pasadena (Los Angeles County)


General Revenues
$

20,586,305

29,006,044

1,907,108
4,040,771
736,245
30,612,702
3,013,002

Total Revenues
$

20,586,305
3,114,985

29,006,044
3,202,511
6,455,773
1,907,108
4,040,771
736,245
30,612,702
3,022,986

24,031

24,031

17,487
1,003

22,338

17,487
23,341

2,782,985
477,106

283,448

2,782,985
760,554

9,674

53,027

9,674
53,027

3,332,434
10,900

1,617,609

3,332,434
1,628,509

134,467

85,583
53,371

220,050
53,371

36,028,924
3,914,073

36,028,924
3,914,073

193,595
1,283,419

437,008
74

639,693
6,283

639,693
6,283
193,595
1,283,419

437,008
74

19,858

4,432,799

24,659,074

9,626,735
402,176

373,719

9,626,735
422,034

4,806,518

24,659,074

5,345
45,468

673,924
691,868

586,026

550

5,345
45,468

673,924
691,868

586,026

550

2,457,358
855,579
2,781,413
915,641
4,183,094
7,857,032
8,932,972
415,456
2,050,443
26,518,816
116,563,570

3,145,631
10,190,498
9,842,839

2,457,358
855,579
2,781,413
915,641
4,183,094
7,857,032
8,932,972
415,456
2,050,443
26,518,816
116,563,570

3,145,631
10,190,498
9,842,839

199,120

1,500

779,579

1,500

978,699

256,730
4,106,696
5,214,323

58,006,363
2,728,012

256,730
62,113,059
7,942,335

4,303,059

2,107,438

6,410,497

294,729,497

162,940,239

457,669,736

167

168

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account

Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

Patterson (Stanislaus County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

490,926

27,978
801,372

16,616
171,911
40,513
42,710

490,926

27,978
801,372

16,616
171,911
40,513
42,710

Functional Revenues
$

796,160

Perris (Riverside County)


General Revenues
$

1,432,316

75,567
4,123,970

75,692
1,410,512
110,973
93,322

Total Revenues
$

1,432,316

75,567
4,123,970
796,160
75,692
1,410,512
110,973
93,322

247,088

247,088

510,519
432,137

510,519
432,137

361,638
1,352

361,638
1,352

965,651
1,753,502

965,651
1,753,502

53,259
21,926

22,242

53,259
44,168

352,057

21,250

352,057
21,250

99,539

32,817
3,720

132,356
3,720

119,936

651,649
59,796

771,585
59,796

210,187
542,415

32,530

740,576
8,618

31,752

740,576
8,618
210,187
574,167

32,530

642,806
1,553,417

544,292

2,077,246
35,184

882

2,077,246
35,184
642,806
1,554,299

544,292

38,306
32,862
55,825

778,047
916,810

168,939

1,003,622

551,207

98,097

38,306
32,862
55,825

778,047
916,810

168,939

1,003,622

551,207

98,097

458,444
18,925

78,455
979,248
478,182

52,839

1,673,881

523,413

458,444
18,925

78,455
979,248
478,182

52,839

1,673,881

523,413

41,461
383,257

41,461
383,257

1,320
115,500
724,892

26,682
5,508
318,278

28,002
121,008
1,043,170

651,000

651,000

6,289,367

2,431,751

8,721,118

12,775,576

10,518,827

23,294,403

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

1,214

927,129

1,534,696

Petaluma (Sonoma County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

4,689,237

843
9,437,272

779,528
1,789,433
657,381
977,702

4,689,237
1,214
843
9,437,272
927,129
779,528
1,789,433
657,381
977,702

1,534,696

Functional Revenues
$

1,532,447

Pico Rivera (Los Angeles County)


General Revenues
$

1,695,981

843,273
3,128,163

215,921
877,398
951,092
87,591
2,976,880

Total Revenues
$

1,695,981

843,273
3,128,163
1,532,447
215,921
877,398
951,092
87,591
2,976,880

293,769

293,769

131,398
551,372
130,458

131,398
551,372
130,458

838,205
324,028

13,808

838,205
337,836

446,029
221,049

446,029
221,049

186,257
8,157

200,012

186,257
208,169

217,083

410,562

217,083
410,562

2,694,337
254,547

236,969
42,576

2,931,306
297,123

187,793
381,029

38,395
87,306

226,188
468,335

10,318
1,087,123
3,152,250
249,372
3,167,166
669,600

3,114,874
98,333

48,357

26,594

3,114,874
108,651
1,087,123
3,200,607
249,372
3,167,166
696,194

1,339,455
1,442,169
166,876
6,928,124

3,979,539
28,308

24,701
269,652

3,979,539
28,308
1,339,455
1,466,870
436,528
6,928,124

338,080
263,530
1,756,712
106,787
10,250,413

833,228

8,922,172

955,163

151,628
2,771,300
424,556

338,080
263,530
1,756,712
106,787
10,250,413

833,228

8,922,172

955,163

151,628
2,771,300
424,556

519,826

691,945
880,827

751,381

519,826

691,945
880,827

751,381

1,616,292

45,247
4,801
57,288

45,247
4,801
1,673,580

36,057

1,240,093

178,062

36,057
178,062
1,240,093

5,725,000

5,725,000

49,513,029

22,220,255

71,733,284

17,795,411

15,792,824

33,588,235

169

170

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account

Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

311,797

Piedmont (Alameda County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

5,903,289

6,032
172,433

195,822
307,527
2,287,982
889,074
921,021

5,903,289

6,032
172,433
311,797

195,822
307,527
2,287,982
889,074
921,021

Functional Revenues
$

260,925

Pinole (Contra Costa County)


General Revenues
$

1,196,476

3,181,254

274,527
338,685
162,500
64,439
1,355,403
70,761

Total Revenues
$

1,196,476

3,181,254
260,925
274,527
338,685
162,500
64,439
1,355,403
70,761

297,694
20,952

13,134

297,694
34,086

245,266
15,430

245,266
15,430

39,950

4,897

39,950
4,897

1,449
90,679

41,922

1,449
132,601

82,340

48,130
322,128

130,470
322,128

119,577

260,573
149,236

380,150
149,236

193,729
332,407
121,174
29,475

619,512
80,508

48,283
4,621

619,512
80,508
193,729
380,690
125,795
29,475

372,140
628,764

645,786

1,075,470
40,820

58,880

1,075,470
40,820
372,140
687,644

645,786

269,719
17,457
92,402
6,890
1,719,751
74,543

1,356,933

57,870

269,719
17,457
92,402
6,890
1,719,751
74,543

1,356,933

57,870

21,056
206,300
248,040
15,966
3,061,993

167,804

394,790

21,056
206,300
248,040
15,966
3,061,993

167,804

394,790

4,593
285,334
116,558

4,593
285,334
116,558

491,539
1,403,580

10,190
50
42,865

10,190
491,589
1,446,445

1,348,510

1,348,510

6,373,593

12,230,878

18,604,471

8,391,084

8,324,051

16,715,135

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Pismo Beach (San Luis Obispo County)
Functional Revenues
General Revenues
Total Revenues

Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

171,286

1,663,394

436
1,657,873

4,292,264
369,094
111,404
86,527

1,663,394

436
1,657,873
171,286
4,292,264
369,094
111,404
86,527

Functional Revenues
$

658,548

Pittsburg (Contra Costa County)


General Revenues
$

1,832,714

233,719
8,232,663

239,238
1,910,608
233,659
235,790

58,395

Total Revenues
$

1,832,714

233,719
8,232,663
658,548
239,238
1,910,608
233,659
235,790

58,395

362,416
2,197,222

362,416
2,197,222

286,429

286,429

759,638

28,571

759,638
28,571

61,237
28,223

61,237
28,223

162,816

2,190

162,816
2,190

288,338
71,535

316,366

604,704
71,535

543,789

273,584
176,144

817,373
176,144

176,851
1,067,201

473,469
27,686

45,102

473,469
27,686
176,851
1,112,303

1,103,039
1,321,590

1,089,095

3,238,544
104,558

73,697
689,673

3,238,544
104,558
1,103,039
1,395,287
689,673
1,089,095

311,737
61,440
7,428

1,825,046

150,038

2,246,704

8,240

3,331

311,737
61,440
7,428

1,825,046

150,038

2,246,704

8,240

3,331

511,158
339,937

571,305
2,229,722

283,854
1,406,360
9,998,175
2,244,701

980,083

8,426,230

511,158
339,937

571,305
2,229,722

283,854
1,406,360
9,998,175
2,244,701

980,083

8,426,230

962,352

962,352

950,832

2,355,686

3,306,518

7,727,416

9,043,615

16,771,031

36,140,510

19,919,433

56,059,943

171

172

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account

Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

2,253

512,218

1,171,168

Placentia (Orange County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

3,971,806

655,070
4,994,041

528,889
1,225,379
736,712
198,188
1,823,934

3,971,806
2,253
655,070
4,994,041
512,218
528,889
1,225,379
736,712
198,188
1,823,934
1,171,168

Functional Revenues
$

Placerville (El Dorado County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

121,047
308,080

121,047
308,080

742,826
22,768

742,826
22,768

254,800
128,820

69,619

254,800
198,439

110,545

293,663
98,210

404,208
98,210

889,310
1,844,698
90,395
817,713

2,693,353
56,560

61,155

2,693,353
56,560
889,310
1,905,853
90,395
817,713

31,294
240,026

165,520

1,944,367

60,403

31,294
240,026

165,520

1,944,367

60,403

943,361

3,531,057
18,027
496,086

3,531,057
18,027
1,439,447

4,500,000

4,500,000

14,901,612

21,451,749

36,353,361

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Pleasant Hill (Contra Costa County)
Functional Revenues
General Revenues

Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

6,860

Total Revenues
$

1,831,790

27,713
6,833,540

896,331
1,051,478
1,697,236
163,683
131,798

1,831,790

27,713
6,833,540

896,331
1,051,478
1,697,236
163,683
131,798
6,860

Functional Revenues
$

102,075

Pleasanton (Alameda County)


General Revenues
$

28,277,261

692,668
17,276,332

2,973,145
1,740,281
2,506,427
576,592

1,056,233

Total Revenues
$

28,277,261

692,668
17,276,332
102,075
2,973,145
1,740,281
2,506,427
576,592

1,056,233

390,494

390,494

528,713
24,243

7,325

528,713
31,568

1,954,845
72,648

76

1,954,845
72,724

67,197

113,307

67,197
113,307

509,952

7,670

509,952
7,670

114,418

529,998
80,437

644,416
80,437

4,451,045
90,468

1,001,670
47,419

5,452,715
137,887

647,319
211,926

32,212

1,864,645
32,965

783

1,864,645
32,965
647,319
212,709

32,212

1,408,966
1,047,313
854,364
3,028,405

3,526,486
400,471

54,663

3,526,486
400,471
1,408,966
1,101,976
854,364
3,028,405

65,806
86,578

2,510

105,532

1,721,381

65,806
86,578

2,510

105,532

1,721,381

1,092,534
154,666
9,821,592
631,055
10,748,529

2,428,125
81,165
15,999,389

31,601
28,915
3,520,359

1,092,534
154,666
9,821,592
631,055
10,748,529

2,428,125
81,165
15,999,389

31,601
28,915
3,520,359

29,542
77,080
93,899

29,542
77,080
93,899

25
600,764
5,634,080

11,708
452,203
250,170

11,733
1,052,967
5,884,250

4,005,189

15,463,550

19,468,739

64,292,880

60,851,475

125,144,355

173

174

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account

Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

10,945

Plymouth (Amador County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

112,953

321
118,847

72,305
18,286
1,528
2,032

112,953

321
118,847
10,945
72,305
18,286
1,528
2,032

Functional Revenues
$

Point Arena (Mendocino County)


General Revenues
$

29,335

69,242

57,648
8,988
5,462
281

Total Revenues
$

29,335

69,242

57,648
8,988
5,462
281

14,437

14,437

31,112
1,635

31,112
1,635

3,161

3,161

4,021

524

4,021
524

45

45

5,528
13,216

3,105
4,553

8,633
17,769

2,449

32,707

35,156

23,514
134,339

417,753

54,392
1,897

23

54,392
1,897
23,514
134,362

417,753

12,692
297,027

26,904
503

12

26,904
503
12,692
297,039

16,482

185,704

7,119

227,901

16,482

185,704

7,119

227,901

114,211

106,529

114,211

106,529

89,232

89,232

6,802

13,166

13,166
6,802

1,182,938

390,766

1,573,704

539,710

247,454

787,164

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

3,617,802

325,646

Pomona (Los Angeles County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

9,054,183

1,263,462
11,412,835

1,407,136
4,018,817
2,101,198
1,119,315
15,915,415
446,093

9,054,183

1,263,462
11,412,835
3,617,802
1,407,136
4,018,817
2,101,198
1,119,315
15,915,415
771,739

Functional Revenues
$

734,614

3,812

Port Hueneme (Ventura County)


General Revenues
$

784,698

8,032
685,642

251,666
390,293
233,317
67,562
829,896

Total Revenues
$

784,698

8,032
685,642
734,614
251,666
390,293
233,317
67,562
829,896
3,812

1,182,463

1,182,463

118,355
346,686

118,355
346,686

157,387

332,966

490,353

158,372
4,399

158,372
4,399

921,507
412,616

494,576

921,507
907,192

52,476

370,123

422,599

2,389,825

610,810
475,033

3,000,635
475,033

2,723,817
388,377

312,333
112,423

3,036,150
500,800

2,564,924
2,844,647

18,673,937

8,633,270
112,518

172,780

8,633,270
112,518
2,564,924
3,017,427

18,673,937

388,515
487,017

607,818

1,214,130
13,140

3,377

1,214,130
13,140
388,515
487,017

607,818
3,377

210,247
1,128,120

2,625,045
6,445,134

163,849

21,456,025

9,439

426,056

210,247
1,128,120

2,625,045
6,445,134

163,849

21,456,025

9,439

426,056

11,240

9,680
3,489,569
2,188,601

72,654

2,469,223

11,240

9,680
3,489,569
2,188,601

72,654

2,469,223

80,474

17,889
7,489
661,145

17,889
7,489
741,619

7,064
1,800,482

10,524
5,013
910,517

10,524
12,077
2,710,999

1,683,612

1,683,612

67,318,755

58,256,930

125,575,685

16,062,771

6,202,686

22,265,457

175

176

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account

Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

791,287

1,216,379

Porterville (Tulare County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

1,392,959

1,509
3,982,935

186,003
446,080
354,325
51,732
2,599,794

1,392,959

1,509
3,982,935
791,287
186,003
446,080
354,325
51,732
2,599,794
1,216,379

Functional Revenues
$

Portola (Plumas County)


General Revenues
$

169,013

19,141
176,102

14,700
28,855
18,050
5,006

Total Revenues
$

169,013

19,141
176,102

14,700
28,855
18,050
5,006

107,934

107,934

257,934
2,937

257,934
2,937

28,149
3,179

28,149
3,179

1,265

131,038

1,265
131,038

3,012

3,012

833,732

464,217
889

1,297,949
889

68,433

49,611

118,044

747,537
1,650,473

1,439,246

2,240,479
27,222

9,988

2,240,479
27,222
747,537
1,660,461

1,439,246

84,116
991,809

1,730,297

124,147
2,932

53

124,147
2,932
84,116
991,862

1,730,297

45,583
127,511
17,985
69,606
4,928,900
3,344,155

752,782
255,352
4,496,925

506,159

343,610
1,904,901
147,533

45,583
127,511
17,985
69,606
4,928,900
3,344,155

752,782
255,352
4,496,925

506,159

343,610
1,904,901
147,533

28,103

14,991

328,788
400,604

16,604

481,555

28,103

14,991

328,788
400,604

16,604

481,555

324,002

3,399
106,255

3,399
430,257

82,253

40,303

122,556

718,477

718,477

25,032,205

11,998,824

37,031,029

4,258,881

650,925

4,909,806

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Portola Valley (San Mateo County)
Functional Revenues
General Revenues

Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

559,129

Total Revenues
$

543,510

160,568

143,941
109,570
69,968
770,184
2,530

543,510

160,568

143,941
109,570
69,968
770,184
561,659

Functional Revenues
$

1,815,046

Poway (San Diego County)


General Revenues
$

5,256,304

60,636
8,174,511

91,938
1,441,379
12,106
308,469

Total Revenues
$

5,256,304

60,636
8,174,511

91,938
1,441,379
12,106
308,469

1,815,046

71,957

71,957

565,070

826,262
1,263,565

565,070

826,262
1,263,565

355,405
4,305

355,405
4,305

1,002,731
89,895

1,002,731
89,895

21,329

21,329

202,598
59,465

202,598
59,465

232,558
100,391

232,558
100,391

2,686,877
546,001

1,944,940
326,612

4,631,817
872,613

105,306
664,360

248,295
2,827

248,295
2,827
105,306
664,360

932,144
556,287
415,476
1,465,244

2,726,570
92,993

37,993

2,726,570
92,993
932,144
594,280
415,476
1,465,244

185,425

5,720

141,636

33,560

185,425

5,720

141,636

33,560

860,414

760,544
447,796
5,934,414
291,159

733,864

13,060,403

1,702
8,194,063

860,414

760,544
447,796
5,934,414
291,159

733,864

13,060,403

1,702
8,194,063

48,720
1,474

48,720
1,474

35,262

1,385,160

588,624

35,262

1,973,784

2,126,803

2,455,865

4,582,668

44,131,442

21,063,075

65,194,517

177

178

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Rancho Cucamonga (San Bernardino County)
Functional Revenues
General Revenues
Total Revenues

Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

1,824,406

8,236,261

3,752,128

364,246
12,528,353

229,393
6,562,055
1,396,310
633,877
1,404,188

3,752,128

364,246
12,528,353
1,824,406
229,393
6,562,055
1,396,310
633,877
1,404,188
8,236,261

Functional Revenues
$

2,525,631

Rancho Mirage (Riverside County)


General Revenues
$

596,381

28,993
3,820,433

4,928,950
773,331
184,228
268,603

Total Revenues
$

596,381

28,993
3,820,433

4,928,950
773,331
184,228
268,603

2,525,631

1,414,258
6,087,290

1,414,258
6,087,290

1,904,956
336,864

107,585

1,904,956
336,864

107,585

2,688,216
61,611

2,688,216
61,611

1,363,428
13,286

1,363,428
13,286

591,424

437,459

591,424
437,459

81,190

81,190

2,359,350

2,969,429
47,308

5,328,779
47,308

1,517,871

2,415,133

3,933,004

2,434,104
1,386,317
1,479,857
3,357,135

7,918,777
62,612

150,381

7,918,777
62,612
2,434,104
1,536,698
1,479,857
3,357,135

360,840
337,700

27,328

808,595
14,349

808,595
14,349
360,840
337,700

27,328

2,177,730
25,659

2,133,985
2,873,825

1,563,172

1,225,590

2,177,730
25,659

2,133,985
2,873,825

1,563,172

1,225,590

1,467,908

38,921
350,144

442,437

3,063,307
4,413,125

1,467,908

38,921
350,144

442,437

3,063,307
4,413,125

249,433
23,547,816

21,787

3,695,840

21,787
249,433
27,243,656

123,395
204,450

255,272
415,841

255,272
539,236
204,450

65,717,439

42,174,143

107,891,582

18,599,176

14,591,299

33,190,475

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Rancho Palos Verdes (Los Angeles County)
Functional Revenues
General Revenues
Total Revenues

Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

4,925,924

3,568,390

97,356
926,208

9,627
1,138,539
344,830
280,450
1,811,581
244,980

3,568,390

97,356
926,208
4,925,924
9,627
1,138,539
344,830
280,450
1,811,581
244,980

Rancho Santa Margarita (Orange County)


Functional Revenues
General Revenues
Total Revenues
$

1,327,221

1,429,130

5,197
4,347,798

907,568

341,787

1,429,130

5,197
4,347,798
1,327,221

907,568

341,787

142,944
322,509
324,015

142,944
322,509
324,015

577,769
71,193

577,769
71,193

1,422,828

1,422,828

116,598

116,598

270,471

270,471

482,344
236,568

247,640

729,984
236,568

152,929

290,288

443,217

773,655
652,572

294,700

2,388,270
50,750

39,336
32,080

2,388,270
50,750
773,655
691,908
32,080
294,700

1,209,256
361,509
145,205

3,545,212
20,453

41,485

3,545,212
20,453
1,209,256
402,994
145,205

346,119

18,048

323,619

242,239

99,450
3,998

346,119

18,048

323,619

242,239

99,450
3,998

24,872

7,620
166,027

24,872
7,620
166,027

1,432,848
1,203,382

9,407

1,432,848
1,212,789

9,862,538

11,470,282

21,332,820

7,525,649

10,938,325

18,463,974

179

180

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account

Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

Red Bluff (Tehama County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

886,596

2,415,247

459,908
211,575
202,120
22,136

886,596

2,415,247

459,908
211,575
202,120
22,136

Functional Revenues
$

Redding (Shasta County)


General Revenues
$

5,425,435

240,449
17,789,730

2,981,048
826,601
686,882
238,095

Total Revenues
$

5,425,435

240,449
17,789,730

2,981,048
826,601
686,882
238,095

12,287

12,287

1,489,226
85,833

1,489,226
85,833

108,091

108,091

626,798
11,419

74,131

626,798
85,550

216,758

54,974
7,573

271,732
7,573

5,612,119
555,503

1,181,952
550,282

6,794,071
1,105,785

284,888
2,150,310

700,692

737,574
28,135

2,109

737,574
28,135
284,888
2,152,419

700,692

1,893,740
831,011
810,494
13,976,983

4,558,507
161,841

355,722

4,765,460

4,558,507
161,841
1,893,740
1,186,733
810,494
13,976,983
4,765,460

78,068
7,560
7,796
2,059,784

1,414,377
335,149

1,547,080

111,240

492,538

78,068
7,560
7,796
2,059,784

1,414,377
335,149

1,547,080

111,240

492,538

794,258

284,983
9,039,453
14,343,371

341,888

10,312,158
104,467,689

1,337,282

3,680,045

794,258

284,983
9,039,453
14,343,371

341,888

10,312,158
104,467,689

1,337,282

3,680,045

7,848

2,144,531

18,642

7,848

2,163,173

765,599
1,047,499
6,568,598

314,671
164,000
1,274,443

1,080,270
1,211,499
7,843,041

5,348,957

5,348,957

11,678,997

5,046,589

16,725,586

184,224,906

41,589,249

225,814,155

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Redlands (San Bernardino County)
Functional Revenues
General Revenues

Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

698,052

730,838

Total Revenues
$

6,279,324

388,535
8,264,196

398,102
885,907
1,917,720
253,403

11,124,976

6,279,324
698,052
388,535
8,264,196
730,838
398,102
885,907
1,917,720
253,403

11,124,976

Functional Revenues
$

Redondo Beach (Los Angeles County)


General Revenues

1,748,137

10,977,260

185,196
7,885,151

2,227,543
2,464,778
1,222,471
1,891,536
7,333,860
64,800

Total Revenues
10,977,260

185,196
7,885,151
1,748,137
2,227,543
2,464,778
1,222,471
1,891,536
7,333,860
64,800

943,817

13,950
26,998

943,817

13,950
26,998

1,663,122

1,663,122

1,036,891
379,163

1,036,891
379,163

1,004,485
139,945

1,004,485
139,945

111,184
157,869

214,154

111,184
372,023

500,496
39,744

937,018

500,496
976,762

2,661,894

1,404,323
16,498

4,066,217
16,498

1,187,151
808,775

3,272,861

4,460,012
808,775

17,249
1,089,706
1,705,412
305,124
2,156,414

3,654,619
151,890

157,731

3,654,619
169,139
1,089,706
1,863,143
305,124
2,156,414

1,254,564
2,535,148
756,119
2,539,378

3,555,654
145,380

317,295

3,555,654
145,380
1,254,564
2,852,443
756,119
2,539,378

815,282
579,767
228,750
449,278
4,290,803
7,508,896

276,669

10,838,787

75,597

3,714,745
1,991,179

815,282
579,767
228,750
449,278
4,290,803
7,508,896

276,669

10,838,787

75,597

3,714,745
1,991,179

866,704
284,304
157,655
83,548
171,986
427,623

971,344

8,175,851

468,527
4,574,732
4,546,619

866,704
284,304
157,655
83,548
171,986
427,623

971,344

8,175,851

468,527
4,574,732
4,546,619

3,678,393

62,994
125,039
156,534

62,994
125,039
3,834,927

5,203,344
88,223

8,388
73,324
38,123

8,388
5,276,668
126,346

988,727

988,727

47,471,434

35,455,945

82,927,379

40,197,524

42,600,638

82,798,162

181

182

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Redwood City (San Mateo County)
Functional Revenues
General Revenues

Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

1,118,635

Total Revenues
$

18,532,189

141,335
14,937,621

1,498,249
1,227,900
1,043,245
502,735
6,924,216
3,643,541

18,532,189

141,335
14,937,621
1,118,635
1,498,249
1,227,900
1,043,245
502,735
6,924,216
3,643,541

Functional Revenues
$

666,803

30,755

Reedley (Fresno County)


General Revenues
$

657,366

15,789
1,338,132

41,567
500,594
65,340
15,239

Total Revenues
$

657,366

15,789
1,338,132
666,803
41,567
500,594
65,340
15,239

30,755

37,267

37,267

1,044,612
53,077

9,258

1,044,612
62,335

85,145
1,465

85,145
1,465

390,376

585,207

390,376
585,207

79,800
56,667

79,800
56,667

2,590,205

3,673,620
244,217

6,263,825
244,217

132,880

129,824
59,493

262,704
59,493

1,501,271
2,333,148
1,661,204
1,462,943

4,212,755
215,640

294,391

4,212,755
215,640
1,501,271
2,627,539
1,661,204
1,462,943

388,065
681,131
231,132
734,591

1,178,856
20,038

23,339

1,178,856
20,038
388,065
704,470
231,132
734,591

885,953
216,698
359,242

9,020,026
1,526,934
470,196
1,185,303

13,983,955

4,244,986

1,680,129
1,444,613

885,953
216,698
359,242

9,020,026
1,526,934
470,196
1,185,303

13,983,955

4,244,986

1,680,129
1,444,613

48,329
109,283

14,092
1,493,400
1,700,290

120,371

920,028

55,392

33,057

82,759

48,329
109,283

14,092
1,493,400
1,700,290

120,371

920,028

55,392

33,057

82,759

225,348
1,509,961
1,017,718

60,054
2,763,928

225,348
1,570,015
3,781,646

14,171
42,594

2,875

135,006

2,875
14,171
177,600

49,926,533

60,510,101

110,436,634

7,759,467

4,183,458

11,942,925

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

3,359,093

1,095,600

1,186,937

Rialto (San Bernardino County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

3,564,931

265,496
7,258,223

162,861
1,838,101
843,525
188,209

3,564,931
3,359,093
265,496
7,258,223
1,095,600
162,861
1,838,101
843,525
188,209

1,186,937

Functional Revenues
$

352,963

735,304

Richmond (Contra Costa County)


General Revenues
$

20,881,190

1,073,113
12,292,458

690,536
2,687,628
1,204,373
4,087,488
20,986,760

Total Revenues
$

20,881,190

1,073,113
12,292,458
352,963
690,536
2,687,628
1,204,373
4,087,488
20,986,760
735,304

67,237
50,722
784,720
535,049

67,237
50,722
784,720
535,049

240,839

240,839

1,286,845
323,385

1,286,845
323,385

176,854
30,984

86,227

176,854
117,211

150,497

429,166

150,497
429,166

520,118
69,918

3,307,869

3,827,987
69,918

4,369,029
376,119

4,043,106
117,483

8,412,135
493,602

99,612
1,739,384
1,815,639

2,016,162

5,245,390
69,787

466,600

5,245,390
169,399
1,739,384
2,282,239

2,016,162

1,728,253
3,038,794
1,405,094
12,387,288

5,158,891
411,186

221,481

5,158,891
411,186
1,728,253
3,260,275
1,405,094
12,387,288

2,234
945,257
1,899,584

7,225,147
1,139,965

906,745

6,086,623

254,592

474,695

2,234
945,257
1,899,584

7,225,147
1,139,965

906,745

6,086,623

254,592

474,695

770,299
1,235,738
698,294
187,093
7,403,934

444,673

4,194,642

64,157
5,737,326
2,423,848

770,299
1,235,738
698,294
187,093
7,403,934

444,673

4,194,642

64,157
5,737,326
2,423,848

108,708
999,949

108,708
999,949

82,625
586,784
956,704

1,181,931

82,625
586,784
2,138,635

33,832,367

23,297,219

57,129,586

50,939,688

75,466,790

126,406,478

183

184

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account

Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

798,027

Ridgecrest (Kern County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

338,118

2,584,662

668,331
589,946
96,743
36,600

338,118

2,584,662
798,027
668,331
589,946
96,743
36,600

Functional Revenues
$

Rio Dell (Humboldt County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

165,913
19,398

165,913
19,398

26,916
640

3,183

26,916
3,823

268,340
58,020

142,709
15,685

411,049
73,705

437,283
321,703
63,236
1,528,852

1,431,930
5,945

60,292

1,431,930
5,945
437,283
381,995
63,236
1,528,852

90,702
111,476

19,933
1,825,775

272,900

42,553

81,372

90,702
111,476

19,933
1,825,775

272,900

42,553

81,372

287,589
189,126

9,230

269,406

9,230
287,589
458,532

6,609,754

6,252,780

12,862,534

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

36,258

118,240
22,437

631,180

Rio Vista (Solano County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

436,230

464
870,775

84,454
26,449
49,112
29,798

436,230
36,258
464
870,775
118,240
22,437
84,454
26,449
49,112
29,798
631,180

Functional Revenues
$

652,273

Ripon (San Joaquin County)


General Revenues
$

474,255

56
1,197,501

3,277
269,881
63,308
51,851

1,636,096

Total Revenues
$

474,255

56
1,197,501
652,273
3,277
269,881
63,308
51,851

1,636,096

39,192

39,192

418,033
1,903

418,033
1,903

450,766
16,267

450,766
16,267

46,774
9,768

46,774
9,768

114,028

118,246
308,872

232,274
308,872

10,052
45,340

426,233
15,483

436,285
60,823

590
87,405
27,627
274,604

163,874

262,350
20,095

113,867

262,350
20,685
87,405
141,494
274,604

163,874

228,620
183,036

470,567

588,341
9,885

251

588,341
9,885
228,620
183,287

470,567

211,653
36,120
186,000
223,126
1,085,303

44,003

606,190

186,094

6,096

152,576

211,653
36,120
186,000
223,126
1,085,303

44,003

606,190

186,094

6,096

152,576

61,002
341,560

429,499

884,158

147,293

1,345,360

1,255

276,904

61,002
341,560

429,499

884,158

147,293

1,345,360

1,255

276,904

9,319
123,849

9,319
123,849

906
166,470

906
166,470

4,300,000

4,300,000

4,823,050

2,320,712

7,143,762

9,883,144

4,903,794

14,786,938

185

186

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account

Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

120,373

Riverbank (Stanislaus County)


General Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

681,142

3,086
952,037

370,099
6,708
45,138

681,142
120,373
3,086
952,037

370,099
6,708
45,138

Functional Revenues
$

1,210,102

Riverside (Riverside County)


General Revenues
$

12,206,078

617,886
38,466,879

2,739,061
4,069,392
3,486,656
1,567,913
18,510,160
36,638

Total Revenues
$

12,206,078

617,886
38,466,879

2,739,061
4,069,392
3,486,656
1,567,913
18,510,160
1,246,740

3,139,963
524,611

3,139,963
524,611

221,641
1,125

221,641
1,125

2,717,293
(109,459)

2,717,293
(109,459)

20,714

33,808

20,714
33,808

2,244,701

2,539

2,244,701
2,539

145,143
2,430

65,742
5,100

210,885
7,530

16,554,048
1,789

4,213,858
279,274

20,767,906
281,063

307,750
1,305,953

452,701

933,784
15,097

159

933,784
15,097
307,750
1,306,112

452,701

4,970,507
4,783,770

16,477,577

14,848,312
281,938

5,661,630

14,848,312
281,938
4,970,507
10,445,400

16,477,577

79,495
10,956

12,532
1,445,363
67,542

42,013

1,263,486

1,282,332

79,495
10,956

12,532
1,445,363
67,542

42,013

1,263,486

1,282,332

4,726,000
3,090,171
1,318,628

20,391,498
11,219,972

1,684,119

29,641,845
225,028,916

1,017,682

232,603
918,004
5,957,377

4,726,000
3,090,171
1,318,628

20,391,498
11,219,972

1,684,119

29,641,845
225,028,916

1,017,682

232,603
918,004
5,957,377

1,500
6,500
419,477

23,654

1,500
6,500
443,131

15,817
26,343
31,390,660

158,034

173,851
26,343
31,390,660

7,209,026

3,135,554

10,344,580

389,174,537

107,146,248

496,320,785

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Rocklin (Placer County)


General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

Total Revenues
$

4,201,283

4,548
4,880,405

422,797
1,167,330
631,028
333,799

7,166,012

4,201,283

4,548
4,880,405

422,797
1,167,330
631,028
333,799

7,166,012

Functional Revenues
$

Rohnert Park (Sonoma County)


General Revenues
$

2,240,686

481
5,977,737

1,339,175
1,051,411
506,399
257,774

125,605

Total Revenues
$

2,240,686

481
5,977,737

1,339,175
1,051,411
506,399
257,774

125,605

499,886
16,655
1,305,625
2,937,991

499,886
16,655
1,305,625
2,937,991

394,793

394,793

2,585,253
32,031

2,585,253
32,031

240,868
55,362

240,868
55,362

77,567

1,443

77,567
1,443

166,451
31,205

20,160

166,451
51,365

235,336

3,534,496
13,459

3,534,496
248,795

343,759
215,340

1,297,553
384,619

1,641,312
599,959

2,518,127
409,733

931,787

2,158,182
63,988

42,674

2,158,182
63,988
2,518,127
452,407

931,787

826,976
1,040,490
29,705
179,832

2,379,893
52,715

395,983

2,379,893
52,715
826,976
1,436,473
29,705
179,832

450,564
34,737
55,042
420,708

2,027,078

682,996

450,564
34,737
55,042
420,708

2,027,078

682,996

231,504
47,401
47,978
15,922
6,168,556
4,024,526

1,193,056

3,533,147

565,486

231,504
47,401
47,978
15,922
6,168,556
4,024,526

1,193,056

3,533,147

565,486

342,675

1,842
60,198
557,203

1,842
60,198
899,878

15,700
1,659,834

6,076,190
63,866
1,374,200

6,076,190
79,566
3,034,034

15,563,791

25,240,687

40,804,478

21,027,891

23,544,447

44,572,338

187

188

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account

Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

Rolling Hills (Los Angeles County)


General Revenues

44,552

Total Revenues
$

475,553

23,324
10,864

7,895

34,609

475,553

23,324
10,864
44,552

7,895

34,609

Rolling Hills Estates (Los Angeles County)


Functional Revenues
General Revenues
Total Revenues
$

191,600

1,020,607

1,363,601

363,601
351,408
61,902

1,020,607

1,363,601

363,601
351,408
61,902

191,600

2,350

2,350

108,184

108,184

624,728
14,436

297,270

624,728
311,706

1,187

5,918

1,187
5,918

64,804

56,366

64,804
56,366

12,021

99,427
81,473

111,448
81,473

10,091

204,411
61,546

214,502
61,546

131,211

108,949
7,077

45

108,949
7,077

131,256

134,163
197,051
24,299
172,182

435,997
12,893

184

435,997
12,893
134,163
197,235
24,299
172,182

40,330

632,876

20,261

48,785

40,330

632,876

20,261

48,785

83,501
19,650

45,923

107,363

558,014

83,501
19,650

45,923

107,363

558,014

52,000

52,000

54,100

60,954

54,100

60,954

1,041,757

907,134

1,948,891

2,247,805

4,344,840

6,592,645

Table 3. Cities Annual Report Fiscal Year 2001-02 (continued)


Statement of Revenues
Revenue Account
Taxes
Secured and Unsecured Property Tax
Voter Approved Indebtedness Property Tax
Other Property Taxes
Sales and Use Taxes
Transportation Tax
Transient Lodging Taxes
Franchises
Business License Taxes
Real Property Transfer Taxes
Utility Users Tax
Other Non-Property Taxes
Special Benefit Assessments
Fire and Paramedics
Police
Lighting
Other
Licenses and Permits
Construction Permits
Other Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Vehicle Code Fines
Other Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties
Revenue From Use of Money and Property
Investment Earnings
Rents, Concessions, Royalties and Other
Intergovernmental
State Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Tax
State Homeowners Property Tax Relief
State Gasoline Tax
Other State Grants
County Grants
Federal Grants
Other Taxes In-Lieu
Current Service Charges
Zoning, Subdivision, and Plan Checking Fees
Special Police Department Services
Special Fire Department Services and First Aid and Ambulance Charges
Engineering Fees, Inspections, and Other
Sewer Service Charges and Connection Fees
Solid Waste Revenues
Parking Facilities
Parks and Recreation Fees
Golf Course Fees
Water Service Charges and Connection Fees
Electric Revenues
Gas Revenues
Airport Revenues
Port and Harbor Revenues
Hospital Revenues
Transit Revenues
Quasi-External Transactions
Other Current Service Charges
Other Revenues
Sale of Real and Personal Property
Contributions from Non-Government Sources
Other Sources of Revenues
Other Financing Sources
Sale of Bonds
Notes and Other
Total Functional and General Revenues

Functional Revenues
$

Rosemead (Los Angeles County)


General Revenues

1,343,455

Total Revenues
$

1,145,957

2,711,328

900,890
701,238
38,938
102,531

1,145,957

2,711,328
1,343,455
900,890
701,238
38,938
102,531

Functional Revenues
$

4,249,501

22,818,248

Roseville (Placer County)


General Revenues
$

11,834,331

257,175
31,884,334

1,088,104
920,195
467,727
721,494
8,036,336

Total Revenues
$

11,834,331

257,175
31,884,334
4,249,501
1,088,104
920,195
467,727
721,494
8,036,336
22,818,248

456,328

456,328

934,722

934,722

841,608
124,526

841,608
124,526

2,618,443
169,252

2,618,443
169,252

304,226

353,958

304,226
353,958

439,961
18,030

81,126

439,961
99,156

87,531

597,914
21,046

685,445
21,046

10,252,902
249,133

1,048,290
119,207

11,301,192
368,340

1,018,407
1,177,448
62,851
3,919,652
1,549

3,169,354
22,496

1,300

3,169,354
22,496
1,018,407
1,178,748
62,851
3,919,652
1,549

1,618,980
2,587,331

5,403,