Board Administered Special Revenues

On December 3, 2013, the Board of Supervisors adopted a formal policy/protocol regarding the allocation and expenditure of special "trust" funds.  The Board of Supervisors acknowledged that most special revenue funds were established to mitigate the impact of projects approved in certain areas of the County and that most funds have been intended for uses that will benefit the quality of life for the communities in which the project is approved and special revenue funds originated.  The Board affirmed that existing special revenue funds are administered by the Supervisors serving in the district for which a special revenue fund was created.  These Board Administered Special Revenues are:

  • Child Care Affordability Fund
  • Contra Costa Futures Fund
  • Contra Costa Transfer Station, Martinez
  • County Regional Enhancement Contributions
  • Crockett Rodeo Return-to-Source
  • Dougherty Valley Transit Fees
  • Industrial Job Training & Education Fee
  • Integrated Resource Recovery Facility (IRRF) Mitigation
  • Keller Canyon Landfill Surcharge & Mitigation
  • Livable Communities Trust Fund