Aptos/La Selva Fire Protection District’s Finance Division is responsible for general accounting services, budget development, annual independent audit, financial planning and vendor reimbursement.
- General accounting
- Accounts payable
- Accounts receivable
- Financial reporting and analysis
- Short and long-range financial planning
Please browse through the navigation links below or in the side bar to view a variety of the District's financial documents.
If you can't find what you're looking for, please give our Finance Division a call at (831) 479-6842.
Aptos/La Selva Fire Protection District prepares an annual audited financial statement presenting its financial position and results of its financial operations in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles. The fiscal year begins on July 1st and ends on June 30th.
The District prepares an annual budget document each fiscal year (July 1 to June 30) that provides a basic understanding of the District’s planned spending for the coming fiscal year. The primary budget objective is to provide the highest possible level of service to the District residents while maintaining a sound financial condition. Copies of the proposed and final budget are made available to all interested parties and opportunities are provided for public input prior to final adoption of the budget.
This policy establishes goals and provides guidance concerning the desired level of fund balances maintained by the District to mitigate financial risk and address long term fiscal sustainability. It also ensures adequate financial resources to protect the District against unforeseen revenue fluctuations, unanticipated expenditures, and similar circumstances.
The CalPERS Annual Valuation Reports contain actuarial information about the District’s various pension plans at CalPERS. Reports are provided annually and contain specific information for each plan including the development of the current and projected employer contributions, as well as the risk pool actuarial valuation appropriate to the plan.
The California State Controller's Office created a website to make it easier for taxpayers to track revenues, expenditures and other financial data reported by California's counties, cities and special districts. Also included is data for each of California’s state and local government pension plans.