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Auburn Union School District

Description:

Shall the Board of Trustees of the Auburn Union School District be authorized to issue up to $35,000,000.00 in bonds, levy a special tax, and finance public facilities by and through its Community Facilities District No. 1991-1 all as specified In Its Resolutions No. and No. ; and shall the appropriations limit for CFD 1991-1 for fiscal year 1991-1992 be set at $4,000,000.00? (Election held 5/28/2014.)

Rate:

The tax consists of three Tax Programs (Program A, B or C), which property owners may elect to fall under at the time the property is constructed. For specifics, refer to the district’s rate and method of apportionment document. (Note: the district’s rate and method of apportionment document does not specify the length and duration of the special tax.)

Exemptions:

Non-residential property is exempt from taxes.

Uniformity:

Non-Uniform

Levy Type:

Mello-Roos Special Tax

Vote in Support (%):

97.81

Effective Date

7/1/1991

Sunset Date

Unavailable

Election Date:

5/28/1991

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City of Rocklin

Community Facilities District No. 1

Description:

The City of Rocklin imposes special taxes within Community Facilities District No. 1, which was formed in 1986 to provide Fire protection and suppression services and ambulance and paramedic services within the district for Stanford Ranch, Whitney Oaks, Sunset-West and various other developments within the City of Rocklin. While the district’s boundaries are fixed, newly developed areas of the City are annexed into the district on occasion. (Note: The city did not provide election materials for the CFD.)

Rate:

(Note: The city did not provide the special tax rate and apportionment methodology.)

Exemptions:

Unavailable

Uniformity:

Unavailable

Levy Type:

Mello-Roos Special Tax

Vote in Support (%):

Effective Date

7/1/1986

Sunset Date

Indefinite

Election Date:

Unavailable

More Information:

City of Rocklin

Community Facilities District No. 10

Description:

The City of Rocklin imposes special taxes within Community Facilities District No. 10, which was formed in 2005 to provide transportation facilities, wastewater system facilities, drainage system facilities, landscaping facilities, and other public improvements necessary to meet the needs of the development within the Whitney Ranch District. (Note: The city did not provide election materials for the CFD.)

Rate:

(Note: The city did not provide the special tax rate and apportionment methodology.)

Exemptions:

Unavailable

Uniformity:

Unavailable

Levy Type:

Mello-Roos Special Tax

Vote in Support (%):

Effective Date

7/1/2005

Sunset Date

6/30/2035

Election Date:

Unavailable

More Information:

City of Rocklin

Community Facilities District No. 11

Description:

The City of Rocklin imposes special taxes within Community Facilities District No. 11, which was formed in 2006 to provide funding for the construction of a new interchange on Interstate 80 at Sierra College Blvd. (including but not limited to: all administrative costs; land acquisition costs; clearing; construction and reconstruction of Sierra College Blvd. over and under crossing ramps and related facilities; waterline and irrigation pipeline relocations and abandonments; storm drainage and lighting facilities; landscaping; environmental mitigation; and all auxiliary work necessary and/or convenient for the timely completion of the project). The special tax district will be initially used to finance the interim funding (approx. $25 million in notes) for the construction of the Sierra College Blvd./I-80 Interchange. Later, it will be used to finance the long-term funding gap (long-term refinancing bonds) between project costs and State reimbursement obligations. (Election held 9/12/2006.)

Rate:

The Maximum Annual Special Tax is set on a per Parcel basis. The Maximum Annual Special Tax for each Original Parcel in CFD No.11 that existed when the Resolution of Formation was adopted is identified in the initial Attachment 1. All Taxable Parcels shall be assigned a Maximum Annual Special Tax. It is intended that the total Maximum Annual Special Tax for the District as a whole (as set forth in the initial Attachment 1) shall remain unchanged throughout the life of the CFD (except pursuant to Sections 5.E. and 11) Each time a combination of Parcels or a Subdivision occurs within the CFD, the Administrator shall determine the Maximum Annual Special Tax for each Successor Parcel created.

Exemptions:

Tax-exempt parcels include: a) a Parcel that is Public Property during the time to which the special tax levy relates, b) any Parcel that has made a full prepayment of its Special Taxes, or c) any parcel set aside and planned or used solely as open space or with no development potential.

Uniformity:

Unavailable

Levy Type:

Mello-Roos Special Tax

Vote in Support (%):

100

Effective Date

7/1/2006

Sunset Date

6/31/2041

Election Date:

9/12/2006

More Information:

City of Rocklin

Community Facilities District No. 3

Description:

The City of Rocklin imposes special taxes within Community Facilities District No. 3, which was formed in 1990 to provide installation, construction, and acquisition of roadway improvements, storm drainage facilities, sanitary sewer facilities, water lines, gas lines, telephone cables, traffic control facilities, landscaping, fire hydrants, electrical distribution lines, and street lights within the district. The tax expires in fiscal year 2019-2020 for residents of Stanford Ranch Phase IV, but all other properties within CFD #3 are subject to special taxes for the district until 2014-2015. (Note: The city did not provide election materials for the CFD.)

Rate:

(Note: The city did not provide the special tax rate and apportionment methodology.)

Exemptions:

Unavailable

Uniformity:

Unavailable

Levy Type:

Mello-Roos Special Tax

Vote in Support (%):

Effective Date

7/1/1990

Sunset Date

6/30/2020

Election Date:

Unavailable

More Information:

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