Fairfield Engineer's Reports

Fairfield Engineer’s Reports for Fiscal Year 2021-22

The Fairfield engineer's reports for Rolling Hills LLMD No. 7, Paradise Valley LLMD No. 11, and North Cordelia LLMD No. 13 have been published.  The annual charges were approved and appear on the secured property tax bill of properties within each District's boundaries.  The charges fund the landscaping improvements and maintenance within each District.

Rolling Hills LLMD No. 7

The City formed Rolling Hills LLMD No. 7 in 1988.

The FY 2021/2022 assessments for the Rolling Hills LLMD No. 7 remained at the FY 2020/2021 rate of $300 per parcel in the Rolling Hills development, while the assessment for the Serpas Ranch development increased from the FY 2020/2021 rate of $212. 07 per parcel to $250 per parcel. These rates did not exceed the District's adopted assessment range maximums of $300 for the Rolling Hills development and $250 for the Serpas Ranch development. The assessments for commercial properties at the intersection of Hilborn Road and Lyon Road increased by the Consumer Price Index rate of 0.9%. The assessments for the commercial parcels did not exceed the ranges maximums established in 1994 for these parcels.

Parcels 1, 2, 645, and 646 are commercial parcels and are assessed for the maintenance of arterial street landscaping and community open space within the District based on their areas as a percentage of the total net assessable area within the District. The remaining assessment for arterial street landscaping and community open space is apportioned on an equal basis to each of the 1069 residential lots within the District.

Paradise Valley LLMD No. 11

The City formed Paradise Valley LLMD No. 11 in 1989.

The FY 2021/2022 assessments for the Paradise Valley LLMD No. 11 remained at the FY 2020/2021 rate of $190 per parcel. This assessment amount did not exceed the District's adopted assessment range maximum of $190 established in 1995.

The assessment is divided equally among the 1,097 assessable lots within the developments.

North Cordelia LLMD No. 13

The City formed North Cordelia LLMD No. 13 in 1990.

The FY 2021/2022 assessments for the North Cordelia LLMD No. 13 are as follows: the Citation and Pulte developments increased from the FY 2020/2021 rate of $138 per unit to $180 per unit; the Hidden Meadows subdivision increased from the FY 2020/2021 rate of $725.89 per unit to $850.45 per unit; the Village Oaks subdivision increased from the FY 2020/2021 rate of $138 per unit to $207.40 per unit; the Jayo subdivision increased from the FY 2020/2021 rate of $188.47 per unit to $218.31 per unit, and all other subdivisions increased from the FY 2020/2021 rate of $138 per unit to $170 per unit.

The assessments are based on the following landscaping being installed: all of Green Valley Road; Mangels Boulevard median landscaping is installed and street-side landscaping extends 1500 linear feet both east and west; 100% of the PG& E easement is installed; approximately and 1800 linear feet of Business Center Drive West landscaping is installed.

Fairfield Engineer's Reports

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2 thoughts on “Fairfield Engineer’s Reports for Fiscal Year 2021-22”

  1. How are multi-family units/ apartments assessed? They certainly benefit.

    With the increase in residential, multi-family residential, and commercial development along Business Center Dr, will there be additional revenue available to support the LLMD once they are occupied?

    1. Hi Greg,

      1. According to the Engineer’s Report for North Cordelia 2021/22, the assessment estimates for residential developments are based on the current zoning and estimated dwellings. The assessment is spread equally among the units in each development. Townhouses, condominiums, and duets shall all be assessed at the single-family resident rates. If in the future, an apartment complex should be constructed, each unit in the complex would pay 75% of the per-unit assessment for the development. There is more specific information in the Engineer’s Report.

      2. At this time, the new Engineer’s Report has not been drafted and the amounts have not been calculated. However, we will post this information as soon as we get it.

      Hope this helps!

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