Santa Barbara

Indefinite

6/3/1997

Description:

Effective Date

6/13/1997

Sunset Date

City of Carpinteria

Election Date:

Shall an ordinance be adopted amending Title 3 of the Carpinteria Municipal Code by adding Chapter 3.45, imposing an annual special Yes tax in the amount of $36.03 levied and collected by the Santa Barbara County Tax Collector on the real property tax bill of all parcels designated by the Assessor’s Use Code as residential within the City? Revenue shall be used to continue to maintain the City’s No public parks. (Election held 6/3/1997.)

Rate:

$36.03 per residential parcel.

Non-residential parcels are exempt.

Exemptions:

Uniformity:

Non-Uniform

Levy Type:

Special Tax

Vote in Support (%):

77.5

More Information:

Indefinite

6/20/2006

Description:

Effective Date

7/1/2006

Sunset Date

City of Carpinteria

Election Date:

The City of Santa Barbara Fire Department obtains funding from a benefit assessment approved by property owners on 6/20/2006. The assessment funds improved evacuation routes, improved fire equipment, space inspections, and improved vegetation management. (Election held 6/20/2006.) (Note: The assessment provides funding for a general benefit.)

Rate:

Beginning in fiscal year 2006-07 the rates are as follows: $65 per single-family residential parcel 1 acre or less in the “Foothill Zone;” $80 per single-family residential parcel 1 acre of less in the “Extreme Foothill Zone;” and various rates apply for business property, based on equivalent dwelling units. The rates may be increased annually, beginning 2006-07 by an amount equal to the change in the Consumer Price Index for the LA-County Southern California region.

Unavailable

Exemptions:

Uniformity:

Non-Uniform

Levy Type:

Assessment

Vote in Support (%):

50.99

More Information:

Indefinite

6/3/1997

Description:

Effective Date

7/1/1997

Sunset Date

Isla Vista Recreation and Park District

Election Date:

Shall Resolution 970129-01 of the Isla Vista Recreation and Park District, proposing to substitute a special tax for existing special assessment revenues to provide funds for maintenance and improvements of parks, recreation programs and payment of outstanding Certificates of Participation, with maximum rates for the 1997-98 fiscal year of $67.65 per bedroom and $240.00 per non residential unit, be approved? (Election held 6/3/1997.) (Note: The assessment provides funding for a general benefit.)

Rate:

For fiscal year 2013-14, the tax was set at the following rate: $93.30 per bedroom for each dwelling unit; and $333.22 per non-residential unit. A bedroom is defined as “a room available for sleeping within a dwelling unit.

One-bedroom dwelling units owned and occupied as a principal residence; any non-residential unit owned or used by the county, a school district, or any special district; any parcel owned by a federally exempt 501c3 not-for-profit organization; and any parcel that the district may not tax.

Exemptions:

Uniformity:

Non-Uniform

Levy Type:

Special Tax

Vote in Support (%):

More Information:

Unavailable

10/8/2002

Description:

Community Facilities District No. 2002-1 (Orcutt Community Plan)

Effective Date

7/1/2002

Sunset Date

Santa Barbara County

Election Date:

Shall the County of Santa Barbara Community Facilities District No. 2002-l (Orcutt Community Plan) (the “Community Facilities District”) be authorized to levy a special tax in order to finance certain services and shall the annual appropriations limit of the Community Facilities District be established in the amount of $5,000,000, all as specified in the Resolution entitled “A Resolution of the Board of Supervisors of the County of Santa Barbara of Formation of the County of Santa Barbara Community Facilities District No. 2002-1 (Orcutt Community Plan), Authorizing the Levy of a Special Tax within the District and Establishing an Appropriations Limit for the District”, adopted by the Board of Supervisors of the County of Santa Barbara on October 8, 2002? (Election held 10/8/2002.)

Rate:

The maximum special tax rates for developed property that may be imposed beginning in fiscal year 2002-03 shall be set at the following: $600 per dwelling unit per single-family residential parcel; $408 per dwelling unit per multi-family residential parcel; $0.582 per square foot per non-retail commercial/industrial property; $0.41401 per square foot per retail commercial property. The maximum special tax rates may be increased annually by the greater of either the change in the Los Angeles Urban Consumer Price Index or 2 percent. The tax shall be levied in perpetuity until the special tax requirement is fulfilled.

Undeveloped property, public property, and property owner association property are exempt from taxation.

Exemptions:

Uniformity:

Non-Uniform

Levy Type:

Mello-Roos Special Tax

Vote in Support (%):

100

More Information:

Unavailable

1/11/2005

Description:

Community Facilities District No. 2004-1 (Providence Landing)

Effective Date

7/1/2005

Sunset Date

Santa Barbara County

Election Date:

Shall the County of Santa Barbara Community Facilities District No. 2004-1 (Providence Landing) (the “Community Facilities District”) be authorized to levy a special tax in order to finance certain services and shall the annual appropriations limit of the Community Facilities District be established in the amount of $2,000.000. all as specified in the Resolution entitled “A Resolution of the Board of Supervisors of the County of Santa Barbara of Formation of the County of Santa Barbara Community Facilities District No. 2004-1 (Providence Landing), Authorizing the Levy of a Special Tax within the District and Establishing an Appropriations Limit for the District”, adopted by the Board of Supervisors of the County of Santa Barbara on January 11, 2005? (Election held 1/11/2005.)

Rate:

A maximum special tax rate for fiscal year 2013-14 may be levied as follows: $1,615.81 per lot for homeowner property and residential property. For fiscal year 2013-14, the actual special tax levied was $672 per lot for homeowner property and $0 per lot for residential property. The maximum special tax rate may be increased by inflation.

Non-residential property, public property and property owner association property are exempt from taxation.

Exemptions:

Uniformity:

Non-Uniform

Levy Type:

Mello-Roos Special Tax

Vote in Support (%):

100

More Information:

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