Finance

District Annual Budget & Financial Statement

Budget FY 2017-2018

Financial Statements with Auditors' Report Thereon


Financial Reserve Policy (7-2015)

Disclosure of Reimbursements FY 2017 (Government Code Section 53065.5)

California State Controller's Office (SCO) Government Compensation in California (GCC)

California State Controller's Office (SCO) Government Financial Reports

 

Sewer Service Charge

Sewer Service Charges are established to cover the cost of the operation, maintenance, and capital improvements to the sanitary sewer system.  Note that Stege Sanitary District is only responsible for the collection of sanitary sewer flows, and the Stege Sewer Service Charge reflects this.  Stege Sanitary District collects and delivers sanitary sewer flows from its service area and delivers it to East Bay Municipal Utility District (EBMUD) for wastewater treatment. 

EBMUD charges a separate fee for wastewater treatment, and this is in addition to the Stege Sewer Service Charge.  

The rate for each user category is based on the the specific property address' use code.  Residential properties are charged a flat fee while non-residential and commercial properties are charged at a metered rate of water used, and is described below:

Single & Multi-Family Residence

FY 2017-2018: $20.17/month

Non-Residential/Commercial

FY 2017-2018: $4.97/1000 Gallons water used

Property Tax Bill

Sewer Service Charges are collected through the annual property tax bills issued by the County.  A sample property tax bill can be seen here.  The fee shown for residential properties is an annual rate (monthly rate multiplied by 12).  The line item STEGE SEWER CHG are the fees assessed to your property by Stege Sanitary District.  Note that this is only for the collection of sanitary sewer flows and that EBMUD charges separately for wastewater treatment.

 

Annual Capacity Charge Report

At the end of each fiscal year, in compliance with California Government Code 66013, this report is prepared detailing the amount of capacity charges received by the District and the public improvement on which the charges were expended.

Government Code Section 66013(d):