Lincoln Village Maintenance District

Supervisorial Districts 2 and 3

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Lincoln Village Maintenance District

District Formed in 1948 | Currently serves 1,825 properties

San Joaquin County Public Works
1810 E. Hazelton Avenue
Stockton, CA 95205
8am-12pm & 1pm-5pm M-F
Maintenance issues: (209) 468-3090
Other Questions: (209) 468-3000

The following are the services provided and the rates charged for the 2023-2024 fiscal year (per Single Family Equivalent):

  • Water - $842.54 annual flat rate for residential properties, $2.67 metered rate per 1,000 gallons for commercial properties.
  • Swimming Pool Refill - Water rate for regular customers: $4.83 per 1,000 gallons; and out-of-area water rate: $7.24 per 1,000 gallons
  • Sewer - $830 annual flat rate for residential properties
  • Street Lighting - $10 annual rate
  • Storm Drainage - $5 annual rate

RATE INCREASE INFO - A multi-year rate increase for sewer charges became effective fiscal year 2021-2022. Please see the Engineer's Report for rate information.

  • Summer 2024
    The Lincoln Village Storm Drain Outfall No. 3 was constructed prior to 1958. Due to age, the pipe leading to Fourteen Mile Slough has degraded and is now leaking. The leaking water is starting to erode the Fourteen Mile Slough levee. Plans to replace the pipe and repair the eroded area is scheduled for Summer 2024.

  • Cured In Place Pipe (CIPP) repair of sewer and storm drainage lines is ongoing in various locations.
  • Project to rehabilitate 3 storm drain pumps and motors recently completed.


Financial Information

Lincoln Village MD - Revenue And Expenses

The fund balance chart below shows how much money your district has saved for operating and capital replacement reserves.  Your reserves are used to cover unanticipated operating expense increases, as well as pay for planned/anticipated future projects to replace or repair your system components. One time increases in fund balance between 2010 and 2012 are due to a transfer from reserves when the reserve and operating funds were combined.

Lincoln Village MD - Fund Balances