Reports and Records

available public documents from EMRCD

Transparency and accountability 

RCDs are established under California law to be locally governed with independent boards of directors that are accountable to our communities. Our relationships with the communities we serve and their trust are critical to how we accomplish our work.

         

RCDs are not part of the County government. We are special districts, a form of local government created by the community to meet a specific need such as fire protection, open space, or flood control. RCDs help meet the need for voluntary resource conservation.

         

As trusted stewards of public and private funds, RCDs are subject to transparency and accountability laws that require public meetings, open records, annual audits, and financial reporting.

Funding Source

Most of EMRCD's funding comes from competitive grants, fee-for-service work, and Merced property tax revenue. Resource Conservation Districts are “special districts” of the state of California, set up under Division 9 of the California Public Resources Code. 

EMRCD Pie Chart Funding
 

Budget & Financial Reports

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Other RCD Public Reports

Enterprise Systems Catalog

 

The EMRCD is a not-for-profit, special district 170(c)(1), that solely operates on donations, grants, contracts and special fundraising events. It is governed by a Board of Directors, and quality staff, to ensure all community-based efforts help Merced County.

 

In accordance with California SB 272, the EMRCD provides a list of “enterprise” systems that are used across multiple departments or that contain information collected about the public and are systems that serve as original sources of data within an agency. The enterprise catalog can be viewed by clicking here.