Finance

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  1. Finance Overview
  2. Financial Mgmt Policies
  1. OpenGov Financial Data

    Residents can view current and historical financial and budgetary data online in various graphical formats through the use of this interactive reporting tool.

  2. Finance Advisory Committee

    View the members of the Finance Advisory Committee, members' contact information and read about what purposes the committee serves.

  3. Water Quality & Flood Protection Committee

    Learn about the functions of the Oversight Committee for the Water Quality and Flood Protection and view the committee members.

  4. City Budget

    See the City's current 2016-17 fiscal year budget and City budgets from prior years.

  5. Audited Financial Statements

    Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR)

  6. Burglar Alarm Ordinance

    The City charges a fee (referred to as "Alarm Permit" in Municipal Code) for Sheriff response to false alarms.For each fiscal year (July 1 through June 30), no fee is charged for the first two responses to false alarms. Beginning with the third incident, the alarm owner will be assessed a $100 fee per response to a false alarm.

  7. Online Business License Application & Payment

    Submit all the needed information to pay the City's business tax.

  8. Business License Information

    The Rancho Palos Verdes business license ordinance is non-regulatory, and has been enacted solely to raise revenue for municipal purposes.

  9. Redevelopment Dissolution

    Pursuant to Health and Safety Code Section 34177, successor agencies are required to continue to make payments due for enforceable obligations of the former redevelopment agencies.

  10. Business License List

    View a list of businesses who have paid their business license tax.

  11. Checks Issued and CAL-Card Transactions

    View checks issued by the City, and CAL-Card transactions.

  12. Cash Balances

  13. Utility User Tax (UUT) Information

    See all information related to the Utility User Tax on telecommunication services including the claim refund process and list of telecom providers in the City.

  14. CalPERS Information

    The City of Rancho Palos Verdes contracts with the California Public Employees Retirement System (CalPERS) to provide retirement benefits to all full-time employees. CalPERS is a defined benefit retirement plan which provides benefits based on a member's years of service, age and compensation.

  15. Taxes and Fees

    Various fees paid by residents and businesses in the City.