WFPD Financial Information & Reserve Policy

The Winters Fire Protection District (WFPD) receives funding from various revenue sources. Our largest income source is Property Taxes. Money is also received from Development Impact Fees. Grants provide additional revenue for special purposes. The WFPD Board of Commissioners authorizes the use of funds (including any reserves) for both budgeted and un-budgeted expenses, such as equipment purchases and maintenance, emergency expenses, or unforeseen emergencies.

In compliance with state law, income and expense information is provided to the State Controller’s office annually. To view this data, please visit the State Controller’s By The Numbers website.

Budgets

Financial Annual Reports (Yolo County)

The Winters Fire Protection District financial reports are included in Yolo County’s audits, available at Yolo County’s ACFR.

Summary of Fees

Because the Winters Fire Protection District contracts with the Winters Fire Department for services, all fees associated with those services are administered by the Winters Fire Department.

Grants

Cannabis Tax Revenue/Rural Communities Investment Program Funding Award information

Strategic Improvement Plan

Strategic Plan Proposal Utilizing Additional Funds Memo 2022 (need doc)

Strategic Plan Proposal Utilizing Additional Funds Memo 2022