Kelseyville Fire Protection District

Community Facilities Districts

Introduction to Community Facilities Districts

Background What are Community Facilities Districts? Community Facilities Districts (“CFDs”), also known as Mello-Roos Districts, are special tax districts that were created in 1982 through the Mello-Roos Community Facilities Act of 1982 as a means of obtaining additional public funding and financing for various services and infrastructural improvements in California by imposing special taxes on property. They were created by and named after Senator Henry Mello and Assemblyman Mike Roos, who authored the legislation, in response to Prop 13, which limited local government entities and special districts from being able to access certain funding opportunities for new facilities. Prop 13 …

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Kelseyville Fire CFD Formation Steps

Kelseyville Fire CFD Formation Steps

The Kelseyville Fire Protection District (“Fire District”) is considering the formation of the Kelseyville Fire CFD, a Community Facilities District, to provide additional funding for the Fire District.  The formation of the Kelseyville Fire CFD results in a special tax being added to the annual secured property tax bill of parcels within the boundaries of the Fire District. Important: The formation of the CFD must be approved by the affected voters. Kelseyville Fire can’t form the CFD without voter approval. CivicMic is assisting the Fire District with community outreach and engagement for the proposed formation of the Kelseyville Fire CFD.  …

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Kelseyville FPD

Kelseyville FPD – CivicMic Services

CivicMic works with the Kelseyville Fire Protection District (“Kelseyville FPD”) to facilitate community outreach and engagement with opportunities for the public to participate in the proposed formation of a Fire Community Facilities District (“Fire CFD”).   If approved by the voters, the Fire CFD would provide additional funding dedicated to improvements, operations, and maintenance of the Kelseyville FPD. Important: The formation of the Fire CFD must be approved by the affected voters. Kelseyville Fire can’t form the CFD without voter approval. Please visit CivicMic often as additional information will be posted. In the meantime, please use the “Share this:” buttons below …

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