Sacramento

Indefinite

No election held.

Description:

Effective Date

7/24/1991

Sunset Date

Arden Park Recreation and Park District

Election Date:

The district imposes an assessment to fund capital improvements and maintenance within the District for the community center, swimming pool, soccer and other athletic fields, and playground renovations, as well as other park and recreation facilities. The assessment was not put to a public vote, but adopted by the district’s Board of Directors on July 24, 1991. (Note: The assessment provides funding for a general benefit.)

Rate:

Since its initial assessment in 1991, the assessment has remained at $91.73 per single-family equivalent unit. The units assigned are: 1 unit per single-family residential parcels; 0.5 units per commercial and industrial parcels less than 1 acre; and 1 unit per commercial and industrial parcels greater than 1 acre. (Note: It is unclear if commercial and industrial properties with parcels exactly 1 acre in size are exempt.)

Miscellaneous and small parcels are exempt.

Exemptions:

Uniformity:

Non-Uniform

Levy Type:

Assessment

Vote in Support (%):

More Information:

Indefinite

Unavailable

Description:

Community Facilities District 2003-1 (Poppy Services District)

Effective Date

7/1/2003

Sunset Date

City of Elk Grove

Election Date:

The City of Elk Grove imposes a special tax to fund Community Facilities District 2003-1 (Poppy Services District), which provides transportation improvements, wastewater system improvements, drainage improvements, landscaping improvements, and police protection services. (Note: Election materials were not available.)

Rate:

For fiscal year 2013-14, the public safety maximum special tax for developed property is $186 per single-family residential unit; $142.60 per multi-family residential unit; and $310.03 per net acre for non-residential property. The special tax increases each year on July 1st based on changes to Consumer Price Index. For fiscal year 2013-14, the maximum facilities special tax is: $965 per unit for developed residential property; $4,825 per acre for developed multi-family property; and $4,825 per acre for non-residential property. This tax will expire on 6/30/2046, while the public safety tax will be levied in perpetuity.

Public property, development restricted property, prepaid parcels and association property are exempt.

Exemptions:

Uniformity:

Non-Uniform

Levy Type:

Mello-Roos Special Tax

Vote in Support (%):

More Information:

6/30/2046

1/15/2003

Description:

Community Facilities District No. 2003-1

Effective Date

7/1/2003

Sunset Date

City of Elk Grove

Election Date:

Shall the City of Elk Grove be authorized to levy a special tax at the rates and apportioned as described in Exhibit B to the Resolution of Formation (the “Resolution of Formation”) for Community Facilities District No. 2003-1 (the “District”) adopted by the City Council on January 15, 2003, which is incorporated herein by this reference within the District to finance certain services and public facilities asset for Exhibit A to the Resolution of Formation including any incidental expenses related there to, and shall a bonded indebtedness in the amount of $55.000.000 be incurred for the District, and shall an appropriations limit be established for the District in the amount of the special taxes collected? (Election held 1/15/2003.)

Rate:

The maximum special tax for developed property is $965 per single-family residential unit, and $4,825 per net acre for multi-family property and non-residential property.

Public property, development restricted property, prepaid parcels, and association property are exempt.

Exemptions:

Uniformity:

Non-Uniform

Levy Type:

Mello-Roos Special Tax

Vote in Support (%):

100

More Information:

Indefinite

11/5/2003

Description:

Community Facilities District No. 2003-2 (Police Services)

Effective Date

7/1/2004

Sunset Date

City of Elk Grove

Election Date:

Shall the City of Elk Grove be authorized to levy a special tax at the rates and apportioned as described in Exhibit B to the Resolution of Formation (the “Resolution of Formation”) for Community Facilities District No. 2003-2 (Police Services) (the “District”) adopted by the City Council on November 5, 2003, which is incorporated herein by this reference, within the District to finance certain police services as set forth in Exhibit A to the Resolution of Formation and shall an appropriations limit be established for the District in the amount of the special taxes collected? (Election held 11/5/2003.)

Rate:

For fiscal year 2013-14, the maximum special tax for developed property is $403.02 per single-family residential unit, and $285.23 per multi-family residential unit. The tax increases annually on July 1st based on changes to the Consumer Price Index.

Public property, non-residential property and association property are exempt.

Exemptions:

Uniformity:

Non-Uniform

Levy Type:

Mello-Roos Special Tax

Vote in Support (%):

100

More Information:

Indefinite

3/22/2006

Description:

Community Facilities District No. 2006-1 (Maintenance Services)

Effective Date

7/1/2006

Sunset Date

City of Elk Grove

Election Date:

Shall the City of Elk Grove be authorized to levy a special tax at the rates and apportioned as described in Exhibit B to the Resolution of Formation (the “Resolution of Formation”) for Community Facilities District No. 2006-1 (Maintenance Services) (the “District”) adopted by the City Council on March 22, 2006, which is incorporated herein by this reference, within the District to finance certain services as set forth in Exhibit A to the Resolution of Formation, including any incidental expenses related thereto, and shall an appropriations limit be established for the District in the amount of the special taxes collected? (Election held 3/22/2006.)

Rate:

For fiscal year 2013-14 the maximum special tax is outlined in the Maintenance Services CFD Tax Rate Table, and ranges from $299.497 per parcel to $618.01 per parcel. There are seventeen different tax zones, evaluated based on the on-site maintenance requirements. The special tax increases each year on July 1st based on changes to the Consumer Price Index, but no less than less than 2 percent of the amount in effect for the previous fiscal year.

Public property, association property, and assessor’s parcels with public or utility easements are exempt.

Exemptions:

Uniformity:

Non-Uniform

Levy Type:

Mello-Roos Special Tax

Vote in Support (%):

More Information:

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