County Service Area 120 (North Etiwanda Preserve)
Report Created: 11/3/2016
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County Service Area 120 is governed by the County Board of Supervisors. The district has no direct employees, it operates with personnel and supplies provided by County Service Area 70. The district is authorized by LAFCO to provide the following functions: open space & habitat conservation. The formation of CSA 120 in July 2009 included the dissolution of CSA 70 Zones OS-1 and OS-3. CSA 120 provides for the management, protection and operation of open space and mitigation property located north of Rancho Cucamonga; it has territory in the Cities of Fontana and Rancho Cucamonga. CSA 120 is primarily financed by interest income generated annually from a non-wasting endowment fund. Additional endowments are received when mitigation acreage and management responsibility is accepted by the CSA. The CSA also receives grants and other funding for operation of the open space district.