VRF Compliance Reports

In November 2010, voters approved the Vehicle Registration Fee (VRF) Program, thereby authorizing the collection of an annual $10 per vehicle registration fee starting in May 2011. Funds raised by the VRF Program are for local transportation purposes in Alameda County and distributed to local agencies/jurisdictions as Direct Local Distribution Funds.

From the start of the program thru to the end of the Fiscal Year 2016-17, approximately $44 million has been distributed to local jurisdictions for their Local Road Improvements and Repair Programs. VRF fund recipients are required to report on their VRF expenditures annually are also available for review.

VRF Audited Financial Statements and Program Compliance Reports appear below.

Fiscal Year 2020-2021 (VRF)
ACPWA Audited Financial Statement Compliance Report
City of Alameda Audited Financial Statement Compliance Report
City of Albany Audited Financial Statement Compliance Report
City of Berkeley Audited Financial Statement Compliance Report
City of Dublin Audited Financial Statement Compliance Report
City of Emeryville Audited Financial Statement Compliance Report
City of Fremont Audited Financial Statement Compliance Report
City of Hayward Audited Financial Statement Compliance Report
City of Livermore Audited Financial Statement Compliance Report
City of Newark Audited Financial Statement Compliance Report
City of Oakland Audited Financial Statement Compliance Report
City of Piedmont Audited Financial Statement Compliance Report
City of Pleasanton Audited Financial Statement Compliance Report
City of San Leandro Audited Financial Statement Compliance Report
City of Union City Audited Financial Statement Compliance Report