BUSINESS SERVICES FUNCTIONS
The Business Services Department includes the following:
District Impact Fees
As of May 22, 2022, Esparto Unified School District, pursuant to Education Code Section 17620 and Government Code 65995, will increase the charge for Impact Fees:
$4.79 per square foot for residential developments
$0.78 per square foot for Commercial/Industrial developments
EUSD does not charge impact fees on ADUs with square footage below 500 square feet.
Assessable Space: Assembly Bill 181 (AB 181), effective October 1, 1989, defines assessable space for which Developer Fees can be collected as all of the square footage within the perimeter of a residential structure, not including any carport, walkway, garage, overhang, patio, enclosed patio, detached accessory structure or similar area.
The amount of square footage within the perimeter of the residential structure shall be calculated by the building department of the city or county issuing the building permit, in accordance with the standard practice of that city or county in calculating structural perimeters (Gov. Code 65995, Subd. (B) (1) (AB181.)
Chief Business Officer
Becki grew up on a farm in a rural area in northeastern Colorado. Her hometown was very similar to Esparto in size and socioeconomic status. Attending a small school was a great experience and one that she was pleased to be able to give her own children. Becki has been a resident of the Esparto area for 33 years and has three adult children and two grandchildren.
Ms. Spiva graduated from Colorado State University and worked in private industry for many years. She began her career in school finance as an Accounting Technician II working her way up to Budget Analyst at Davis Unified. Becki was hired as the Esparto Unified School District Controller in 2015. In June of 2018 she was excited and honored to be selected as the new Chief Business Officer.
Under the direction of the Chief Business Officer or Superintendent, perform confidential, complex and responsible administrative support duties to assist with fiscal administrative details.
530-787-3446 x 108
Under the supervision of the Chief Business Officer, employee insures the timely preparation and maintenance of payroll, maintains records and prepares reports related to payroll/benefits, performs accounting duties such as processing of requisitions, purchase orders, and payment of bills.
Chief Business Officer
Dear Esparto Community,
The first quarter of the 2019-20 school year has been busy in the Business Department. We have just finished unaudited actuals and had our semi-annual audit. Fiscal oversight of the Yocha Dehe grant, applying for preschool and facilities grants, along with the everyday business has kept everyone in the department hopping. It has been a very exciting time in the Esparto School District.
It has been a pleasure working with Superintendent Goennier, Board Members, and staff. The business staff is dedicated to delivering efficient service to all district employees. I believe if we collaborate as colleagues we can successfully integrate the efforts of the fiscal services and educational services to help increase student achievement.
Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions regarding our district. I would be happy and enjoy meeting with fellow community members.