In my thesis, I analysed the sources of financing the communal infrastructure in the municipality of Sevnica. The analysis focused on the communal infrastructure for the implementation of mandatory municipal utility services, regarding waste management, treatment and discharge of waste water, and drinking water supply. From the quantitative standpoint, the analysis covers the 2010 to 2013 period. I described the importance of communal supply as a foundation for the development of the society and local community; I also presented two public utility service providers in the municipality of Sevnica and some of the features of the implementation of communal services in the aforementioned municipality. Each source was defined at the municipal and state level by its own laws and regulations. The problem of obtaining funds from the communal fee and amortisation was more specifically described. Both of these sources’ theoretical significance was explored, along with the levying system in the municipality of Sevnica.
I considered several possible methods for improvement. I also highlighted the importance of obtaining depreciated assets, as well as revaluation of fixed assets.
In my analysis, the specifics of the municipality of Sevnica were taken into account, as it is a highly rural area, which greatly affects the amount and the process of obtaining the necessary funds for possible investments in communal infrastructure.