Monterey Bay Air Resources District

Overview

County Contribution to Services Overview

This budget provides funding of the County’s share of costs for Monterey Bay Air Resources District (MBARD). MBARD serves as the primary enforcement mechanism for air pollution control and is governed by an eleven-member Board of Directors appointed from the elected governing bodies of Monterey, San Benito, and Santa Cruz counties, and cities within those counties. MBARD’s mission is to protect public and environmental health while balancing economic and air quality considerations.

Budget Summary

Department Budget Overview

Budget Summary of Changes

This budget is expected to have a small increase in 2024-25. The increase would be included in the June 4, 2024, County Last Day budget actions following request of 2024-25 funding by MBARD.

Supplemental Budget Summary of Changes

The Supplemental Budget increases the County contribution by $3,824 due to expected changes in population and the per capita rate.

Department Services and Objectives

Total Expenses
70,107
6 %
1
Total Revenues
0
0 %
2
General Fund Contribution
$70,107
6 %
3
Other Fund Contributions
0
0 %
3
Funded Staffing
0.00
0.00
4
Divisions
Services
Service Overview
Operational Plan Objectives
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Footnotes

1 – Indicates change from FY 2021-22 Allowed Budget

2 – General Fund Contribution is the share of General County Revenues (primarily property tax and other local taxes) allocated to each department. Other funds that contribute to this budget are shown on the Budget Details page.

3 – Indicates change from FY 2021-22 Adjusted Funded Positions (including Board-approved mid-year changes as of April 1, 2022).

Budget Details

The charts below show department expenditures and revenues by division and service. Click on the pie charts to drill down for more detail. Complete detail can be found on the County's Transparency Portal.

Expenses by Service

Expenses and Revenues over time

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