This budget unit provides funding for capital improvements, including the replacement and construction of fire stations.
Total amount budgeted for 2005-06 is about $31.1 million, which $7.3 million is funded from the developer fee funds.
This fund was established by order of the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors in 1987 to finance development of the Del Valle Firefighting Training Facility. The fund receives revenue generated by student user fees, State training revenue, and donations.
Total amount budgeted for 2005-06 is about $2.3 million.
This fund, established by order of the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors in 1989, provides for the department’s helicopter replacement program.
Total amount budgeted for 2005-06 is about $9.5 million.
These funds accumulate revenue generated by the Developer Fee Program, as authorized by order of the Los Angeles Country Board of Supervisors in 1990, to fund fire station facilities and related equipment costs within specific geographic areas. They include three areas: Malibu and the Santa Monica Mountains, the Santa Clarita Valley and the Antelope Valley.
Total amount budgeted for 2005-06 is about $18.2 million, which $7.3 million is transferred to fund capital projects within these three areas.
This fund was established in 1988 to accumulate the proceeds from fines collected for violation of hazardous waste laws. The use of these funds is restricted to hazardous waste enforcement activities in accordance with the California Health and Safety Code, Section 25192(a)(3).
The total amount budgeted for 2005-06 is about $735,000.