Glenn

Artois Fire Protection District

Description:

Shall the Artois Rural Fire Protection District of Glenn County by ordinance/resolution establish a special fire tax to replace the district’s existing benefit assessment which was nullified by passage of Proposition 218 and shall the special tax be used only to maintain the present level of fire protection, prevention, suppression, hazardous material response, emergency medical and rescue or any related services with no additional cost to the tax payers if this ordinance is established? (Measure G, 6/24/1997.)

Rate:

The special tax rate is: $25 per residential dwelling unit or $0.25 per residential acre; for commercial/industrial properties, $60 per building over 999 square feet and $40 per building less than 999 square feet.

Exemptions:

Unavailable

Uniformity:

Non-Uniform

Levy Type:

Special Tax

Vote in Support (%):

83.68

Effective Date

7/1/1997

Sunset Date

Indefinite

Election Date:

6/24/1997

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Capay Fire Protection District

Description:

An assessment is imposed on properties within the district for fire-prevention and suppression activities. The assessment was imposed by a vote of the governing board for the fire district on July 2, 1993. (Note: The assessment provides funding for a general benefit.)

Rate:

The maximum special tax is: $25 per dwelling unit, or $0.25 per acre for residential parcels; $50 (0-1 acres), $150 (1-5 acres) and $350 (5 or more acres) for commercial/industrial or government ag service; and $25 per household located on commercial, industrial or government agricultural service property.

Exemptions:

Unavailable

Uniformity:

Non-Uniform

Levy Type:

Assessment

Vote in Support (%):

Effective Date

7/1/1993

Sunset Date

Indefinite

Election Date:

No election held.

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German Cemetery District

Description:

To keep the German Cemetery open to the public, better serve the Artois Community, preserve our local heritage, improve the maintenance of the cemetery grounds including gravesites and . headstones, and increase cemetery capacity so there are potentially more gravesites available arid additional places to keep cremated remains, shall an annual special property tax be authorized will all revenue staying in our community for local cemetery services. (Measure T, 11/4/2014)

Rate:

For the first fiscal year, the tax is imposed at the following rates: $5 per single-family residential parcel, $5 per dwelling unit for multi-family dwelling units, $5 per parcel for all other taxable parcels.

Exemptions:

No exemptions available.

Uniformity:

Non-Uniform

Levy Type:

Special Tax

Vote in Support (%):

79.1

Effective Date

7/1/2015

Sunset Date

Indefinite

Election Date:

11/4/2014

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Orland Fire Protection District

Description:

Shall Resolution 97-1 of the Orland Fire Protection District of Glenn County, establishing a special tax to replace the district’s existing benefit assessment which was nullified by the passage of Proposition 218 be approved, and shall the special tax be used only to provide fire protection services, hazardous material response, emergency medical services and any other services related to the protection of lives and property? (Measure M, 6/24/1997.)

Rate:

The special tax rate is: $20 per residential dwelling unit or $0.05 per residential acre; for commercial/industrial parcels, $20 per building over 999 square feet or $10 per building less than 999 square feet.

Exemptions:

Unavailable

Uniformity:

Non-Uniform

Levy Type:

Special Tax

Vote in Support (%):

89.41

Effective Date

7/1/1997

Sunset Date

Indefinite

Election Date:

6/24/1997

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