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The City of Oxnard (the “City”) uses 1911 Act and 1913 Act Assessment Districts, Community Facilities Districts and Landscape Maintenance Districts to finance public improvements and services throughout the City of Oxnard. Property owners within these districts are levied an annual special assessment/special tax on their Ventura County property tax bills to pay for their portion of debt service for bonded districts and/or to fund their share of the annual cost of services provided by district. Proceeds from the special assessments/special taxes are used to ensure that the public improvements are constructed and/or acquired and that public improvements are properly maintained.
The interactive map below will allow residents to identify if they live within a Special Financing District and link to more detailed information regarding the District they live in.
NOT SURE IF YOU LIVE IN AN ASSESSMENT DISTRICT? TYPE YOUR PROPERTY ADDRESS INTO THE SEARCH BOX IN THE MAP BELOW TO FIND OUT!
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The City’s District Administrator (NBS) can provide information pertaining to annual assessments, as shown on property tax bills. Please call (800) 676-7516 for information related to assessments, district boundaries or the community workshops.
The City’s Special Districts Division of the Public Works Department is in charge of maintenance work throughout the Districts. Please call (805) 385-7578 to report maintenance concerns within the Districts or for general questions about the Districts.
To report a problem in your District, click the Oxnard 311 icon below.
Last Updated: June 27, 2019