Merced

Unavailable

7/9/1990

Description:

Community Facilities District No. 1-90

Effective Date

7/1/1990

Sunset Date

City of Atwater

Election Date:

Shall Community Facilities District No. 1-90 of the City of Atwater incur an indebtedness and be authorized to issue bonds in the maximum aggregate principal amount of $17,750,000, with interest at a rate or rates to be established at such time as the bonds are sold in one or more series at fixed or variable interest rates, however not to exceed any applicable statutory rate for such bonds, the proceeds of which will be used to equip, modify, maintain, rehabilitate, lease, acquire, relocate, construct or otherwise provide facilities and all necessary equipment and property therefor, as provided in Resolution No. 883-90 of the City Council of the city of Atwater and shall a Special Tax be levied to pay the principal of and interest of such indebtedness and bonds and to otherwise pay to equip, modify, maintain, rehabilitate, lease, acquire, relocate, construct or otherwise provide such facilities as specified in Resolution No. 883-90 of the City Council of the City of Atwater and shall an appropriations limit be established for Community Facilities District No. 1-90, said appropriations limit consisting of the amount of all proceeds of the special tax collected annually and as defined by Article XIIIB of the California Constitution, as adjusted for changes in the cost of living and changes in population? (Election held 7/9/1990.)

Rate:

The assigned special taxes on developed property for fiscal year 1991-92 is set at: $1,489 per unit per single family detached properties greater than 2,000 sq. ft.; $1,196 per unit for single family detached properties with 1,700 – 1,999 sq. ft.; $1,087 per unit per single family detached properties with less than 1,700 sq. ft.; $598 per unit for single family attached properties; and $3,980 per acre for commercial and industrial properties. Undeveloped property shall be taxed at a rate of $12,200 per acre in fiscal year 1991-92. The tax shall be increased by 2 percent annually.

The special taxes for CFD No. 1-90 will be collected in the same manner and at the same time as ordinary ad valorem property taxes, provided, however, that CFD No. 1-90 may collect special taxes at a different time or in a different manner if necessary to meet its financial obligations.

Exemptions:

Uniformity:

Non-Uniform

Levy Type:

Mello-Roos Special Tax

Vote in Support (%):

100

More Information:

Indefinite

9/13/2004

Description:

Community Facilities District No. 2004-1 (Public Safety Services)

Effective Date

7/1/2004

Sunset Date

City of Atwater

Election Date:

Shall the City of Atwater be authorized to levy a special tax solely on lands within the City’s Community Facilities District No. 2004-1 (Public Safety Services) (the “CFD”) in accordance with the rate and method contained in the Resolution of Formation of the CFD adopted by the Council of the City on September 13, 2004, annually, commencing in the City’s fiscal year 2004-2005, to pay for the police and fire services for the CFD and to pay the costs of the City in administering the CFD, and shall the annual appropriations limit of the CFD be established in the amount of $500,000? (Election held 9/13/2004.)

Rate:

For fiscal year 2004-05, the maximum special tax shall be set at $540 per unit per single family residential property and $300 per unit per multi-family residential property. Beginning July 1, 2005 and each July 1 thereafter, the Maximum Special Tax shall be increased by four percent (4%) of the amount in effect in the prior Fiscal Year. The rate and apportionment methodology does not specify the length of the tax.

Non-residential property is exempt from taxes.

Exemptions:

Uniformity:

Non-Uniform

Levy Type:

Mello-Roos Special Tax

Vote in Support (%):

More Information:

Unavailable

0/11/2004

Description:

Community Facilities District No. 2004-2 (Public Safety Services)

Effective Date

Unavailable

Sunset Date

City of Atwater

Election Date:

Shall the City of Atwater be authorized to levy a special tax solely on lands within the City’s Community Facilities District No. 2004-2 (Public Safety Services) (the “CFD”) in accordance with the rate and method contained in the Resolution of Formation of the CFD adopted by the Council of the City on October 11, 2004, annually, commencing in the City’s fiscal year 2004-2005, to pay for the police and fire services for the CFD and to pay the costs of the City in administering the CFD, and shall the annual appropriations limit of the CFD be established in the amount of $500,000? (Election held 10/11/2004.)

Rate:

Except to the extent that funds are otherwise available to the CFD to pay for the Services, a special tax (the “Special Tax”) sufficient to pay the costs thereof, secured by recordation of a continuing lien against all non-exempt real property in the CFD, will be levied annually within the CFD, and collected in the same manner as ordinary ad valorem property taxes, or in such other manner as this City Council or its designee shall determine, including direct billing of the affected property owners. The proposed rate and method of apportionment of the Special Tax among the parcels of real property within the CFD in sufficient detail to allow each landowner within the proposed CFD to estimate the maximum amount such owner will have to pay, are described in Exhibit B. (Note: The City of Atwater did not provide a detailed rate and methodology.)

Except as may otherwise be provided by law or by the rate and method of apportionment of the Special Tax for the CFD, all lands owned by a government entity are exempt from taxation.

Exemptions:

Uniformity:

Unavailable

Levy Type:

Mello-Roos Special Tax

Vote in Support (%):

100

More Information:

Indefinite

1/3/2005

Description:

Community Facilities District No. 2004-3 (Public Safety Services)

Effective Date

7/1/2004

Sunset Date

City of Atwater

Election Date:

Shall the City of Atwater be authorized to levy a special tax solely on lands within the City’s Community Facilities District No. 2004-3 (Public Safety Services) (the “CFD”) in accordance with the rate and method contained in the Resolution of Formation of the CFD adopted by the Council of the City on January 10, 2005, annually, commencing in the City’s fiscal year 2004-2005, to pay for the police and fire services for the CFD and to pay the costs of the City in administering the CFD, and shall the annual appropriations limit of the CFD be established in the amount of $500,000? (Election held 1/3/2005.)

Rate:

For fiscal year 2004-05, the maximum special tax shall be set at $540 per unit per single family residential property and $300 per unit per multi-family residential property. Beginning July 1, 2005 and each July 1 thereafter, the Maximum Special Tax shall be increased by four percent (4%) of the amount in effect in the prior Fiscal Year. The rate and apportionment methodology does not specify the length of the tax.

Non-residential property is exempt from taxes.

Exemptions:

Uniformity:

Non-Uniform

Levy Type:

Mello-Roos Special Tax

Vote in Support (%):

100

More Information:

Indefinite

4/26/2006

Description:

Community Facilities District No. 2006-1, Atwater South (Public Safety Services)

Effective Date

7/1/2005

Sunset Date

City of Atwater

Election Date:

Shall the City of Atwater be authorized to levy a special tax solely on lands within the City’s Community Facilities District No. 2006-1, Atwater South (Public Safety Services) (the “CFD”) in accordance with the rate and method contained in the Resolution of Formation of the CFD adopted by the Council of the City on April 24, 2006, annually, commencing in the City’s fiscal year 2005-2006, to pay for the police and fire services for the CFD and to pay the costs of the City in administering the CFD, and shall the annual appropriations limit of the CFD be established in the amount of$500,000? (Election held 4/24/2006.)

Rate:

For fiscal year 2005-06, the maximum special tax shall be set at $562 per unit per single family residential property and $312 per unit per multi-family residential property. Beginning July 1, 2006 and each July 1 thereafter, the Maximum Special Tax shall be increased by four percent (4%) of the amount in effect in the prior Fiscal Year. The rate and apportionment methodology does not specify the length of the tax.

Non-residential property is exempt from taxes.

Exemptions:

Uniformity:

Non-Uniform

Levy Type:

Mello-Roos Special Tax

Vote in Support (%):

100

More Information:

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