Community Facilities Districts (CFDs), commonly known as Mello-Roos Districts, are used to finance local public facilities and provide funding for public services. A CFD can fund public improvements with a useful life of at least five years such as public infrastructure, park, recreation, and open space facilities, school facilities, libraries, and child care facilities. CFDs can also fund ongoing services such as police and fire protection, park, parkways, and open space maintenance, and flood and storm protection.
The City of Oxnard has both bonded and non-bonded CFDs as follows:
AB 2109 Report
Special Districts Division
Last Updated: October 2021