Contra Costa

Acalanes Union High School District

Measure A of 2010

Description:

To avoid the severe loss of science, foreign language, English, social studies, the arts, and mathematics classes due to continuing deep cuts in the state’s budget, and to provide students with high-quality programs and services, shall the Acalanes Union High School District be authorized to collect an emergency special tax at an annual cost of $112 per parcel for five years beginning July 1, 2010, with a citizens’ oversight committee, and offering a senior exemption? (Measure A, 5/4/2010.)

Rate:

$112 per parcel.

Exemptions:

Parcels owned and occupied by persons 65 years of age or older may qualify for an exemption.

Uniformity:

Uniform

Levy Type:

Special Tax

Vote in Support (%):

68.5

Effective Date

7/1/2010

Sunset Date

6/30/2015

Election Date:

5/4/2010

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Acalanes Union High School District

Measure A of 2014

Description:

In order to preserve the high quality of education in our local high schools, continue offering advanced courses in math, science, technology, music and the arts, attract and retain highly qualified teachers, and maintain manageable class sizes, shall the Acalanes Union High School District, with no increase in the current rate, continue to levy a $112 per-parcel tax with an exemption for seniors, and all money staying in our community to benefit our local high schools? (Measure A, 5/6/2014)

Rate:

$112 per parcel.

Exemptions:

Parcels owned and occupied by persons age 65 years or older may apply for an exemption.

Uniformity:

Uniform

Levy Type:

Special Tax

Vote in Support (%):

74.55

Effective Date

7/1/2015

Sunset Date

Indefinite

Election Date:

5/6/2014

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Acalanes Union High School District

Measure G of 2009

Description:

To provide stable local funding at our high schools and protect core academic programs from deep State budget cuts; preserve science, mathematics, arts, music and foreign language courses; and maintain library hours, shall Acalanes Union High School District renew and replace its parcel tax with one that continues the current annual rate of one hundred eighty-nine dollars per parcel, with an exemption for seniors, with all funds benefiting local high schools, and with an independent citizens’ oversight committee? (Measure G, 11/3/2009.)

Rate:

$189 per parcel.

Exemptions:

Parcels owned and occupied by persons 65 years of age or older may qualify for an exemption.

Uniformity:

Uniform

Levy Type:

Special Tax

Vote in Support (%):

74.5

Effective Date

7/1/2010

Sunset Date

Indefinite

Election Date:

11/3/2009

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Alameda-Contra Costa Transit District

Measure BB

Description:

To preserve affordable local public transportation services that allow seniors and people with disabilities to remain independent, take students to and from school, help East Bay residents commute to work and reduce traffic and air pollution by reducing the number of cars on the road, shall the Alameda-Contra Costa Transit District (AC Transit) increase its existing parcel tax by $2 per parcel per month for ten years with an independent fiscal oversight committee and all money staying local? (Measure BB, 11/2/2004.) (Note: Measure VV, approved in 2008, extended this measure until 6/30/2019. The district obtains $29.3 million from parcel taxes, including Measures AA, BB and VV.)

Rate:

$48 per parcel.

Exemptions:

Owners of undeveloped land, developed but vacant land and tax-exempt land will not be subject to the tax.

Uniformity:

Uniform

Levy Type:

Special Tax

Vote in Support (%):

72.5

Effective Date

7/1/2005

Sunset Date

6/30/2019

Election Date:

11/2/2004

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Alameda-Contra Costa Transit District

Measure C1

Description:

To preserve essential local public transportation services, including those for youth, commuters, seniors, and people with disabilities, while keeping fares reasonable, shall the Alameda-Contra Costa Transit District extend its existing 8 dollars per month parcel tax at current levels for 20 years with no increase in tax rate, raising approximately 30 million dollars annually, with independent oversight and all money spent locally? (Measure C1, 11/8/2016.)

Rate:

Parcels that are undeveloped or that have been vacant for more than six months in any year shall be exempt. Properties exempt from property tax shall also be exempt from parcel taxes.

Exemptions:

Owners of undeveloped land, developed but vacant land and tax-exempt land will not be subject to the tax.

Uniformity:

Uniform

Levy Type:

Special Tax

Vote in Support (%):

82.1

Effective Date

7/1/2019

Sunset Date

6/30/2039

Election Date:

11/2/2016

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Alameda-Contra Costa Transit District

Measure VV

Description:

To preserve affordable local public transportation that allows seniors and people with disabilities to remain independent, takes students to and from school, provides transportation alternatives given skyrocketing gas prices, helps residents commute to work and reduces traffic and greenhouse gas emissions by getting cars off the road shall the Alameda-Contra Costa Transit District (AC Transit) increase its existing parcel tax by $4 per parcel, per month for ten years with independent oversight and all money staying local? (Measure VV, 11/4/2008.) (Note: Measure VV extends Measure BB, approved in 2004, until 6/30/2019; and imposes an additional tax of $48 per parcel. The district obtains $29.3 million from parcel taxes, including Measures AA, BB and VV.)

Rate:

Measure VV imposes an additional tax of $48 per parcel, bringing the total district parcel tax to $96 per parcel.

Exemptions:

Owners of undeveloped land, developed but vacant land and tax-exempt land will not be subject to the tax.

Uniformity:

Uniform

Levy Type:

Special Tax

Vote in Support (%):

71.9

Effective Date

7/1/2009

Sunset Date

6/30/2019

Election Date:

11/4/2008

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City of Clayton

Community Facilities District (Measure O of 2006) (Expired June 30, 2017)

Description:

Shall the Downtown Park’s annual operation and maintenance expenses be funded for a period of 10 years by the formation of a citywide Community Facilities District with an initial appropriations limit of $100,600 and an annual levy of special taxes? (Measure O, 11/7/2006.)

Rate:

The special tax is imposed at: $16.39 per residential parcel; $221.05 per 1/4 acre, or fraction thereof, for downtown core parcels; $96.92 per 1/4 acre, or fraction thereof, for other commercial parcels outside the downtown core; $48.46 per 1/4 acre, or fraction thereof, for recreational open space parcels (private golf courses); and $50.92 per 1/4 acre, or fraction thereof, for multi-family residential care facilities parcels. The tax may be increased by the City Council to adjust for inflation.

Exemptions:

Parcels owned by a public school district, the City of Clayton, and the Clayton Redevelopment Agency outside of the boundaries of the defined Downtown Core area are exempt.

Uniformity:

Non-Uniform

Levy Type:

Mello-Roos Special Tax

Vote in Support (%):

70.59

Effective Date

7/1/2007

Sunset Date

6/30/2017

Election Date:

11/7/2006

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City of Clayton

Community Facilities District (Measure P of 2014) (Expired June 30, 2017)

Description:

To continue the operation and maintenance of the Downtown “The Grove” Park, shall the existing special tax, funded by the citywide Community Facilities District 2006-1 levy, be extended at the current annual special tax with the same methodology rate (currently $19.03 per year for single-family residential parcels, with higher commercial parcel rate) for Fiscal Years 2017/2018 through 2036/2037? (Measure P, 11/4/2014)

Rate:

The special tax is imposed at the following rates: $19.08 per residential parcel; $257.56 per 1/4 acre or fraction thereof for downtown core parcels; $112.90 per 1/4 acre or fraction thereof for other commercial parcels; $56.44 per 1/4 acre or fraction thereof for recreational open space parcels; $59.32 per 1/4 acre or fraction thereof for multi-family residential care facilities parcels.

Exemptions:

No information available.

Uniformity:

Non-Uniform

Levy Type:

Mello-Roos Special Tax

Vote in Support (%):

81.25

Effective Date

7/1/2017

Sunset Date

6/30/2037

Election Date:

11/4/2014

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City of Clayton

Landscaping and Lighting Tax (Measure H of 2016)

Description:

Shall the existing Community Facility District 2007-1 (Trails and Landscape Maintenance District) be continued, with a Citizens Oversight Committee, for ten years to fund ongoing operations and maintenance of the trails system, roadway landscape, open space weed abatement, and related expenses at the current annual special tax’s rate and methodology (presently $234.84/year per residential and non-residential parcel or fraction thereof), for FYs 2017-2027? (Measure H, 6/7/2016)

Rate:

$234.84 per parcel annually.

Exemptions:

No information available.

Uniformity:

Uniform

Levy Type:

Mello-Roos Special Tax

Vote in Support (%):

79.23

Effective Date

7/1/2017

Sunset Date

6/30/2027

Election Date:

6/7/2016

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City of El Cerrito

Measure A

Description:

Shall the City of El Cerrito impose a special tax in the maximum yearly amount of $58.46 per single-family residential unit, and comparable amounts for multifamily and nonresidential property, collected with the property tax, for up to 20 years, to renovate the Swim Center, rehabilitate Canyon Trail Clubhouse, restore restrooms at Huber, Poinsett and Harding Parks and establish a dedicated fund with yearly and mandatory contributions from the general fund to maintain and replace city capital facilities. (Measure A, 3/7/2000)

Rate:

The maximum rate for the special tax is: $58.46 per single-family residential unit, and comparable amounts for multi-family and non-residential property, as approved by the voters at the March 7, 2000 election. Beginning with the 2013-14 fiscal year, the special tax is imposed at: $38.61 per single- family residential unit, $29.73 per multi-family residential unit, and $270.66 per acre of non-residential property.

Exemptions:

Government property is exempt.

Uniformity:

Non-Uniform

Levy Type:

Special Tax

Vote in Support (%):

67

Effective Date

7/1/2000

Sunset Date

6/30/2020

Election Date:

3/7/2000

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City of El Cerrito

Measure G

Description:

Shall Ordinance No. 96-9 be enacted, thereby approving the assessment first adopted in 1988, to provide a dedicated and secure source of funds for the maintenance of park facilities, street lighting and landscaping, fixed at the current rate of $72 per single family home (and proportionate rates for other land uses)? (Measure G, 11/5/1996) (Note: The assessment provides funding for a general benefit.)

Rate:

For fiscal year 2013-14, the following rates are identified in the Engineer’s Report: $72 per single-family residence; $54 per multi-family residence for 2-20 units; $1,080 per multi-family residence per unit for the first 20 units, and $36 per unit for each unit after 20 units; $36 per vacant lot; $0.17 per square foot per vacant land; $2 per square foot, plus $121 per acre, for commercial parcels located in Zone 1; $0.33 per square foot, plus $121 per acre, for commercial parcels located in Zone 3; and $0.33 per square foot for commercial parcels located in Zone 3. Other rates apply, depending on the zoning of commercial parcels and whether a parcel is located on a street or business park.

Exemptions:

Unavailable

Uniformity:

Non-Uniform

Levy Type:

Assessment

Vote in Support (%):

66.68

Effective Date

7/1/1997

Sunset Date

Indefinite

Election Date:

11/5/1996

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City of Pittsburg

Community Facilities District No. 2004-1

Description:

In fiscal year 2013-14, the City of Pittsburg imposed a special tax to provide funding for Community Facilities District No. 2004-1. Detailed information and election materials were not available at the time this report went to press.

Rate:

Unavailable

Exemptions:

Unavailable

Uniformity:

Unavailable

Levy Type:

Mello-Roos Special Tax

Vote in Support (%):

Effective Date

Unavailable

Sunset Date

Unavailable

Election Date:

Unavailable

More Information:

City of Pittsburg

Community Facilities District No. 2005-1 (Public Safety)

Description:

In fiscal year 2013-14, the City of Pittsburg imposed a special tax to provide funding for Community Facilities District No. 2005-1 (Public Safety). Detailed information and election materials were not available at the time this report went to press.

Rate:

Unavailable

Exemptions:

Unavailable

Uniformity:

Unavailable

Levy Type:

Mello-Roos Special Tax

Vote in Support (%):

Effective Date

Unavailable

Sunset Date

Unavailable

Election Date:

Unavailable

More Information:

City of Pittsburg

Community Facilities District No. 2005-2 (Vista Del Mar)

Description:

In fiscal year 2013-14, the City of Pittsburg imposed a special tax to provide funding for Community Facilities District No. 2005-2 (Vista Del Mar). Detailed information and election materials were not available at the time this report went to press.

Rate:

Unavailable

Exemptions:

Unavailable

Uniformity:

Unavailable

Levy Type:

Mello-Roos Special Tax

Vote in Support (%):

Effective Date

Unavailable

Sunset Date

Unavailable

Election Date:

Unavailable

More Information:

City of Pittsburg

Community Facilities District No. 2007-1

Description:

In fiscal year 2013-14, the City of Pittsburg imposed a special tax to provide funding for Community Facilities District No. 2007-1. Detailed information and election materials were not available at the time this report went to press.

Rate:

Unavailable

Exemptions:

Unavailable

Uniformity:

Unavailable

Levy Type:

Mello-Roos Special Tax

Vote in Support (%):

Effective Date

Unavailable

Sunset Date

Unavailable

Election Date:

Unavailable

More Information:

City of San Pablo

Description:

Shall Ordinance 96-005 be enacted, confirming and approving the existing assessment in the San Pablo Street Lighting and Landscaping District (formed in 1982) at its current rate, and providing a dedicated funding source to continue maintenance of park and recreational facilities, such as Davis Park and the Senior Center; and street lighting, landscaping and removal of graffiti and debris from City street? (Measure J, 11/5/1996.)

Rate:

The special tax is imposed at varying rates, ranging from $57.78 to $107.17 annually for single-family residences, and other amounts for multi-family, commercial, industrial, recreational and institutional land uses.

Exemptions:

Unavailable

Uniformity:

Non-Uniform

Levy Type:

Assessment

Vote in Support (%):

Effective Date

7/1/1996

Sunset Date

Indefinite

Election Date:

11/5/1996

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Contra Costa County

Description:

To protect San Francisco Bay for future generations by reducing trash, pollution and harmful toxins, improving water quality, restoring habitat for fish, birds and wildlife, protecting communities from floods, and increasing shoreline public access, shall the San Francisco Bay Restoration Authority authorize a parcel tax of $12 per year, raising approximately $25 million annually for twenty years with independent citizen oversight, audits, and all funds staying local? (Measure AA, 6/7/2016.)

Rate:

$12 per parcel annually.

Exemptions:

Parcels already exempt from state ad valorem tax shall also be exempt from parcel taxes.

Uniformity:

Uniform

Levy Type:

Special Tax

Vote in Support (%):

70.01

Effective Date

7/1/2016

Sunset Date

6/30/2036

Election Date:

6/7/2016

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Contra Costa County Library District (Orinda)

Description:

For the purpose of maintaining the existing hours and services at the Orinda Library, replacing worn and outdated books and materials, and ensuring that the Library can continue existing programs for children, families and seniors, shall the City of Orinda be authorized to continue and adjust the existing tax from $27 to $39 per year per residential parcel or equivalent unit, only for the Orinda Library and subject to an annual audit? (Measure E, 6/3/2008.)

Rate:

$39 per residential equivalent unit (Note: Detailed assessment rates were unavailable at the time of this report.)

Exemptions:

Unavailable

Uniformity:

Non-Uniform

Levy Type:

Special Tax

Vote in Support (%):

74.13

Effective Date

7/1/2008

Sunset Date

Unavailable

Election Date:

6/3/2008

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Contra Costa County Service Area EM-1

Description:

Shall a Countywide Emergency Medical Services benefit assessment be established to finance improvements in the emergency medical and trauma care system including expanded countywide paramedic coverage; improved medical communications and medical dispatcher training; and medical equipment, supplies, and training for firefighter and first responders, including training and equipment for fire services electing to take a specialized program of advanced cardiac care; said assessment to be limited to a maximum assessment on real property of ten dollars annually for each single family residence or benefit as defined by Resolution No. 88-500, a copy of which is contained in the Voter Information Pamphlet, and said assessment to be initially set at five dollars and fifty cents per benefit unit, subject to review following a public hearing on the assignment of benefit units and services to be financed, the public hearing and review to be conducted prior to the initial assessment and annually thereafter? (Measure H, 11/8/1988) (Note: The assessment provides funding for a general benefit.)

Rate:

$10 per residential parcel.

Exemptions:

Unavailable

Uniformity:

Non-Uniform

Levy Type:

Assessment

Vote in Support (%):

71.6

Effective Date

Unavailable

Sunset Date

Unavailable

Election Date:

11/8/1988

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Contra Costa County Service Area P2 (Zone A)

Description:

Shall Contra Costa County Ordinance 2005-09 be approved to increase the existing parcel tax on County Service Area P-2 (Zone A), to annual maximums of $280 per parcel for residential property (single and multiple), $1,680 per parcel for commercial/industrial/institutional property, and to $8,400 per parcel for commercial/theater property to provide funding to restore the level of police protection services to 4 officers within that area? (Measure D, 8/30/2005.)

Rate:

The special tax is imposed at: $280 per residential parcel; $1,680 per commercial, industrial, and institutional parcels; and $8,400 per parcel for commercial and theater property.

Exemptions:

Unavailable

Uniformity:

Non-Uniform

Levy Type:

Special Tax

Vote in Support (%):

67.03

Effective Date

7/1/2006

Sunset Date

Unavailable

Election Date:

8/30/2005

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Contra Costa County Service Areas

Description:

A number of property-related levies are imposed within areas serviced by the Contra Costa County Services Area. Services provided include public safety and public works. At the time this report went to press, information on most County Service Areas was unavailable.

Rate:

Unavailable

Exemptions:

Unavailable

Uniformity:

Unavailable

Levy Type:

Unavailable

Vote in Support (%):

Effective Date

Unavailable

Sunset Date

Unavailable

Election Date:

Unavailable

More Information:

Crockett Community Services District

Description:

Shall a resolution be adopted which will authorize the Board of Directors to increase the existing $50 recreation special tax on residential parcels within the Crockett and Port Costa areas for maintenance and operation of the District’s park and recreation facilities and services within the District and not to exceed a total of $110 per parcel per year? (Measure R, 06/05/2012.)

Rate:

$110 per residential parcel.

Exemptions:

All non-residential parcels are exempt.

Uniformity:

Non-Uniform

Levy Type:

Special Tax

Vote in Support (%):

67.66

Effective Date

8/4/2012

Sunset Date

Indefinite

Election Date:

6/5/2012

More Information:

Diablo Community Services District

Description:

The district provides public safety, traffic enforcement, road maintenance and bridge rehabilitation. Rates are levied upon parcels, with rates varying by improvements and use. The Board of Directors for the district adopted the fee schedule, without a local vote. In 2013, the district’s Board approved a one-time fee increase, and for years after 2013-14, the fee schedule will return to the 2012-13 level with a 3 percent increase. The fee schedule was not submitted to the electorate or property owners for approval. (Note: The assessment provides funding for a general benefit.)

Rate:

Beginning with the 2014-15 fiscal year, the rates are: $525.31 per improved parcel; $101.35 per unimproved parcel; and $18,540 for the Diablo Country Club.

Exemptions:

Unavailable

Uniformity:

Non-Uniform

Levy Type:

Assessment

Vote in Support (%):

Effective Date

Unavailable

Sunset Date

Indefinite

Election Date:

No election held.

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East Bay Regional Park District

Five Canyons Zone of Benefit (ZB-1)

Description:

The East Bay Regional Park District established the Five Canyons Zone of Benefit (ZB-1) in 1994 and includes the initial 960 unit residential development and 126 units added in 1996 near the Don Castro Recreation Area in Alameda County. In 2006, an annexation called Highland Estates was completed, adding 25 additional units. There are currently 1,089 assessable parcels in Zone of Benefit No.1. (Note: Election materials were unavailable. The assessment provides funding for a general benefit.)

Rate:

An annual assessment of $41.71 per equivalent dwelling unit is established within the Five Canyons Zone of Benefit for fiscal year 2014-15. The assessment rates within the district’s six zones of benefit increase annually by the percentage change in the Consumer Price Index for the San Francisco area.

Exemptions:

Unavailable

Uniformity:

Non-Uniform

Levy Type:

Assessment

Vote in Support (%):

Effective Date

Unavailable

Sunset Date

Unavailable

Election Date:

Unavailable

More Information:

East Bay Regional Park District

Measure CC

Description:

To increase public access to shoreline, hillside, and urban parks and trails, enhance public safety (police and wildfire protection), and provide critical environmental maintenance in Zone 1 (western Alameda and western Contra Costa Counties) of the East Bay Regional Park District, shall a resolution be approved authorizing a parcel tax, based upon occupancy, of $1 per month ($12 per year) per single-family parcel, or 69 cents per month ($8.28 per year) per multi-family unit, to expire in 15 years? (Measure CC, 11/2/2004.)

Rate:

The special tax is imposed at: $12 per single-family parcel and $8.28 per multi-family unit.

Exemptions:

Senior citizens with an annual income below the state-defined poverty level are eligible to receive a 50% discount.

Uniformity:

Non-Uniform

Levy Type:

Special Tax

Vote in Support (%):

67.6

Effective Date

7/1/2005

Sunset Date

6/30/2020

Election Date:

11/2/2004

More Information:

East Bay Regional Park District

San Ramon Hills Zone of Benefit (ZB-4)

Description:

The East Bay Regional Park District established the San Ramon Hills Zone of Benefit (ZB-4) on March 2, 1999 to provide for servicing of trails, fencing, gates, signs, and associated appurtenant facilities for these 140 assessable parcels in a subdivision in the western portion of the City of San Ramon, Contra Costa County. (Note: Election materials were unavailable. The assessment provides funding for a general benefit.)

Rate:

An annual assessment of $37.74 per equivalent dwelling unit is established within the San Ramon Hills Zone of Benefit for fiscal year 2014-15. The assessment rates within the district’s six zones of benefit increase annually by the percentage change in the Consumer Price Index for the San Francisco area.

Exemptions:

Unavailable

Uniformity:

Non-Uniform

Levy Type:

Assessment

Vote in Support (%):

Effective Date

Unavailable

Sunset Date

Unavailable

Election Date:

Unavailable

More Information:

East Bay Regional Park District

Sibley Volcanic Regional Preserve Zone of Benefit (ZB-6)

Description:

The East Bay Regional Park District established the Sibley Volcanic Regional Preserve Zone of Benefit (ZB-6) in early 2007 for funding of trail maintenance and other improvements to the dedicated regional parkland adjacent to the Montanera development off of Gateway Boulevard near the City of Orinda in Contra Costa County. There are 72 assessable parcels in Zone of Benefit No. 6. (Note: Election materials were unavailable. The assessment provides funding for a general benefit.)

Rate:

An annual assessment of $93.42 per equivalent dwelling unit is established within the Sibley Volcanic Regional Preserve Zone of Benefit for fiscal year 2014-15. The assessment rates within the district’s six zones of benefit increase annually by the percentage change in the Consumer Price Index for the San Francisco area.

Exemptions:

Unavailable

Uniformity:

Non-Uniform

Levy Type:

Assessment

Vote in Support (%):

Effective Date

Unavailable

Sunset Date

Unavailable

Election Date:

Unavailable

More Information:

East Bay Regional Park District

Stone Valley Zone of Benefit (ZB-5)

Description:

The East Bay Regional Park District established the Stone Valley Zone of Benefit (ZB-5) in 2006 for trail and regional parkland maintenance, and other improvements for the dedicated regional parkland from the Alamo Crest development off of Stone Valley Road within Alamo. There are 39 assessable parcels in Zone of Benefit No. 5. (Note: Election materials were unavailable. The assessment provides funding for a general benefit.)

Rate:

An annual assessment of $157.04 per equivalent dwelling unit is established within the Stone Valley Zone of Benefit for fiscal year 2014-15. The assessment rates within the district’s six zones of benefit increase annually by the percentage change in the Consumer Price Index for the San Francisco area.

Exemptions:

Unavailable

Uniformity:

Non-Uniform

Levy Type:

Assessment

Vote in Support (%):

Effective Date

Unavailable

Sunset Date

Unavailable

Election Date:

Unavailable

More Information:

East Bay Regional Park District

Trails Assessment

Description:

The East Bay Regional Park District imposes an assessment to provide funding for trails. Detailed information was not available at the time this report went to press. (Note: Election materials were unavailable. The assessment provides funding for a general benefit.)

Rate:

Unavailable

Exemptions:

Unavailable

Uniformity:

Unavailable

Levy Type:

Assessment

Vote in Support (%):

Effective Date

Unavailable

Sunset Date

Unavailable

Election Date:

Unavailable

More Information:

East Contra Costa Fire Protection District

Description:

Shall a special tax payable solely from lands within the East Contra Costa Fire Protection District Community Facilities District No. 200.4-1 (Fire Services) (the “CFD”) be levied annually upon lands within the CFD to be applied only to pay the costs of the services authorized to be funded by the CFD, and to pay the costs of the East Contra Costa Fire Protection District and the County of Contra Costa in administering the CFD, and shall the annual appropriations limit of the CFD be established in the initial amount of $2,000,000? (Election held 3/16/2004.)

Rate:

(Note: The district did not provide detailed rate information.)

Exemptions:

Unavailable

Uniformity:

Unavailable

Levy Type:

Mello-Roos Special Tax

Vote in Support (%):

100

Effective Date

Unavailable

Sunset Date

Unavailable

Election Date:

3/16/2004

More Information:

Easy Bay Regional Park District

Dublin Hills Zone of Benefit (ZB-2)

Description:

The East Bay Regional Park District established the Dublin Hills Zone of Benefit (ZB-2) on April 16, 1996 to serve the local trails and regional park needs of these 320 parcels in Alameda County in the City of Dublin. In 2006, an annexation called Schaefer Ranch Estates was completed, adding 302 parcels. There are currently 484 assessable parcels in Zone of Benefit No. 2, though further subdivision of parcels in the zone will result in 565 assessable parcels. (Note: Election materials were unavailable. The assessment provides funding for a general benefit.)

Rate:

An annual assessment of $30.19 per equivalent dwelling unit is established within the Dublin Hills Zone of Benefit for fiscal year 2014-15. The assessment rates within the six zones of benefit within the district increase annually by the percentage change in the Consumer Price Index for the San Francisco area.

Exemptions:

Unavailable

Uniformity:

Non-Uniform

Levy Type:

Assessment

Vote in Support (%):

Effective Date

Unavailable

Sunset Date

Unavailable

Election Date:

Unavailable

More Information:

Kensington Police Protection and Community Services District

Public Safety Supplemental Tax

Description:

Shall Kensington Police Protection and Community Services District Ordinance No. 2010-01, which imposes a Supplemental Special Tax for Kensington Police Department services in an initial annual amount not to exceed $200.00 for single family residential parcels, subject to CPI, with amounts for properties in other use categories identified in the ordinance, commencing FY 2010/11, be approved and shall the District appropriations limit be increased by the amount of this voter-approved tax? (Measure G, 6/8/2010.)

Rate:

The special tax is imposed at: $200 per single-family residential parcel; $300 per multi-unit residential parcel; $300 per commercial and institutional parcel; $200 per miscellaneous improved property parcel; and $60 per unimproved property parcel. The special tax is in addition to the existing special tax of $300 per single-family residential parcel.

Exemptions:

Federal and state governmental agencies, local public agencies and any parcel of property exempt from ad valorem property taxes are exempt.

Uniformity:

Non-Uniform

Levy Type:

Special Tax

Vote in Support (%):

68.58

Effective Date

7/1/2010

Sunset Date

Indefinite

Election Date:

6/8/2010

More Information:

Kensington Police Protection and Community Services District

Public Safety Tax

Description:

Pursuant to Resolution 94-13, the district imposes a special tax for police-related services. (Note: Election materials and detailed rate information was unavailable.)

Rate:

The special tax is imposed at: $300 per year for single-family residential; $450 per year for multi-unit residential; $450 per year for commercial and institutional; $300 per year for miscellaneous improved property; and $90 per year for unimproved property.

Exemptions:

Unavailable

Uniformity: