California Government Code DIVISION 9 - EXPENDITURE LIMITATIONS

  • Section 7900.
      (a) The Legislature finds and declares that the purpose of this division is to provide for the effective and efficient implementation of Article XIII B of the...
  • Section 7901.
      For the purposes of Article XIII B of the California Constitution and this division:(a) “Change in California per capita personal income” means the number resulting when the...
  • Section 7902.
      (a) For the 1980–81 fiscal year, the appropriations limit of the state and of each local jurisdiction shall be determined as follows:(1) Multiply the total amount of...
  • Section 7902.1.
      (a) If, beginning with the 1980–81 fiscal year or any fiscal year thereafter, the proceeds of taxes of a school district, community college district, or county...
  • Section 7902.5.
      The governing body of any city incorporated after July 1, 1978, but prior to January 1, 1980, may, by resolution, adopt an appropriations limit for...
  • Section 7902.6.
      The governing body of any city incorporated at the General Election held on November 4, 1980, for which no appropriations limit has been established by...
  • Section 7902.7.
      (a) The appropriations limit of a city incorporated on or after January 1, 1990, shall be determined pursuant to Section 56812.(b) The appropriations limit of a special...
  • Section 7902.8.
      Notwithstanding any other provision of law, with respect to any special district formed during the 1978–79 fiscal year which initially was totally funded by other...
  • Section 7903.
      “State subventions” shall include only money received by a local agency from the state, the use of which is unrestricted by the statute providing the...
  • Section 7904.
      In no event shall the appropriation of the same proceeds of taxes be subject to the appropriations limit of more than one local jurisdiction or...
  • Section 7905.
      Revenues to a local jurisdiction from regulatory licenses, user charges, or user fees may be aggregated if they are reasonably related.(Added by Stats. 1980, Ch.
  • Section 7906.
      For school districts:(a) “ADA” means a school district’s second principal apportionment units of average daily attendance as determined pursuant to Section 42238.5 of the Education Code,...
  • Section 7907.
      For county superintendents of schools:(a) “Proceeds of taxes” shall be deemed to include subventions received from the state only if those subventions are received for one...
  • Section 7908.
      For community college districts:(a) As used in this section, “ADA” means the annual average daily attendance reported for students attending the community college district during the...
  • Section 7909.
      No later than May 1 of each year, the Department of Finance shall notify each local agency of the change in the cost of living...
  • Section 7910.
      (a) Each year the governing body of each local jurisdiction shall, by resolution, establish its appropriations limit and make other necessary determinations for the following fiscal...
  • Section 7911.
      For the purposes of Section 2 of Article XIII B, a local jurisdiction may return excess revenues by granting a tax credit or refund, by providing...
  • Section 7912.
      Each year, the Governor shall include in the budget as submitted to the Legislature an estimate of the state’s appropriations limit for the budget year....
  • Section 7913.
      For purposes of subdivision (b) of Section 3 of Article XIII B of the California Constitution, the financial responsibility of providing services is transferred in whole...
  • Section 7914.
      An appropriation for a “qualified capital outlay project,” as used in subdivision (d) of Section 9 of Article XIII B of the California Constitution, means an...

Last modified: October 5, 2018