Financial and Other Updates
With the City’s commitment to financial transparency, various financial reports are available for review. The most recent reports (for the past three years) are available on this page. Reports from previous years are archived and available online here: Archived Financial Reports.
The City Council has adopted on June 21, 2022 various fees and the consolidation of all fees adopted by the City Council into one Master Fee Schedule. This will assist the public, as well as City staff in readily locating City fees. The Adoption of this Master Fee Schedule will not supersede any previously adopted fee ordinances or resolutions, nor will it modify any existing fees. The FY 22-23 Master Fee Schedule is a current listing of all City fees that the City charges for a range of services provided to City residents and businesses. To search for a specific fee please use Ctrl F after clicking on the document.
The City’s most recent adopted budgets are available below. To review past budgets and other documents, visit here.
|Adopted Budget FY 2021-22||View File|
|Adopted Budget FY 2020-21||View File|
|Adopted Budget FY 2019-20||View File|
|Adopted Budget FY 2018-19||View File|
Audited Annual Financial Reports
The City’s most recently audited annual financial reports are available below. For past annual financial reports, visit: Archived Financial Reports.
|Annual Comprehensive Financial Report FY 2020-21||View File|
|Comprehensive Annual Financial Report FY 2019-20||View File|
|Comprehensive Annual Financial Report FY 2018-19||View File|
|Audited Oxnard Housing Authority Financial Statements||View File|
Capital Improvement Program (CIP)
The Five-Year Capital Improvement Program (CIP) of the City of Oxnard, California, for 2021 – 2026 was prepared by the Public Works Department, the Finance Department and the City Manager’s Office, in conjunction with multiple other departments.
The CIP provides the inventory of the City’s current and needed infrastructure, with a forecast of our construction and repair needs over a five-year period.
|2021-2026 Capital Improvement Program||View File|
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