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District Responds to Thomas Fire Debris Flow

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Fiscal Year 2019-20 Budget Reports

On June 13, 2019 the Board of Directors approved the following budgets for FY 2019-20


Financial Transation Reports

Every year the District reports financial transactions to the California State Controller's Office.  The SCO database contains revenues, spending, and other financial data of local governments such as cities, counties, and special districts.

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Annual Audited Financial Statements (click for reports)

At the end of each fiscal year, the District is audited by an independent certified public accounting firm qualified to perform government accounting audits.  The financial statements consist of a series of financial statements and notes to those statements.  The statements are organized so the reader can understand the District as a financial whole, an entire operating entity.  These statements then proceed to provide a detailed look at specific financial activities.This annual report consists of two parts - management's discussion and analysis and a series of basic financial statements.

2016 Wastewater Rate Study Report (click for report)

On August 31, 2015 the Board of Directors approved a contract with Water Consultancy of Ventura to prepare a Wastewater Rate Study Report to analyze cost of services and sewer service rates for the District.

Annual Compensation Report

Every year the District reports annual salary/compensation data for all District employees to the State Controller's Office. The SCO database contains information on the salary and other compensation of public employee positions in cities, counties, special districts, CSU and UC systems, and for most state employees.

NPDES Annual Summary Report (click for reports)

The federal Clean Water Act requires that all municipal, industrial and commercial facilities that discharge wastewater or stormwater directly from a point source (a discrete conveyance such as a pipe, ditch or channel) into a water of the United States (such as a lake, river, or ocean) must obtain a National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit.  All permits are written to ensure the receiving waters will achieve their Water Quality Standards.

By January 30 of each year, the District must submit an annual report to the Central Coast Water Board.  The reports contain the following:

  • summaries of the monitoring data obtained during the previous year
  • the previous year's compliance record and corrective actions taken
  • evaluation of wastewater flows, projected flow rate increases, estimated date to reach capacity
  • operator cerification and list of current operating personnel and their grades of certification
  • date of O&M Manual, date reviewed, validity and completion of manual
  • laboratories used by District and summary of performance relative to Section C-General Monitory Requirements
  • summary of sludge quantities, analysis of chemical and moisture content, ultimate destination


Sewer System Management Plan (SSMP) (click for report)

The Montecito Sanitary District has successfully developed, implemented and refined numerouse procedures, practices and processes intended to better manage it's collection system.  The requirement to develop a Sewer System Management Plan (SSMP) is included in the District's National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPEDES) Permit No. CA0047899 issued by the State & Regional Water Quality Control Boards.  In developing it's SSMP the District has summarized it's activities, procedures, practices and core documents as they relate to each topic required by the SSMP.

Capital Projects (click on links below)



SB 272: Enterprise System Catalog (click for report)

Senate Bill 272 requires public agencies to create a catalog listing of the enterprise information systems they utilize with information about each system.