The City owns and maintains 11 parks, the Cotati train station, and the Civic Center buildings located at 201 West Sierra Avenue. The parks are available to host parties and there are classrooms and the Cotati Room available to reserve for classes, meetings, and recreation programs. In addition to maintaining its parks, the City collects assessments for and maintains ten zones within its Landscape and Lighting Assessment District.
The City collects assessments for and maintains ten zones within its Landscape and Lighting Assessment District. Each year an Engineer's Report is prepared for the District, summarizing revenues and expenses for each of the ten zones, and providing the justification for levying the assessment for the following year.
Water and Sewer operations are financed and operated in a manner similar to the private business enterprise where the intent of the governing body is for the costs (including depreciation) of providing water and sewer services to the general public on a continuing basis to be financed or recovered through user charges.