Hesperia Golf Market Analysis Report

Hesperia Golf Market Analysis Report

In this post, CivicMic shares the Hesperia golf market analysis report for the Hesperia Golf & Country Club considered by the City Council on August 16, 2011. The City has proposed the formation of a Community Facilities District ("CFD") to assist with the funding of improvements, maintenance, and ongoing operations of the 18-hole golf course and country club.  Note: The formation of a CFD results in a special tax added to the secured property tax bill of parcels within the boundaries of the CFD.  Click here to view the proposed boundaries for the CFD.

Important: The formation of a Community Facilities District must be approved by the affected voters. The City can't form a Community Facilities District without voter approval.

If you are familiar with this topic, please scroll down to the section below: "August 16, 2011 Council Meeting Staff Report."


If you are new to this topic, please click on the links below to read our previous posts on this topic.

Project Background
Improvements Made to the Golf Course and Facilities by the City
Video: Introduction to Community Facilities Districts ("CFD")
Steps for the Formation of a CFD
Video: Virtual Community Meeting
Map with Proposed Boundaries and Zones
Proposed Annual Rates

August 16, 2011 Council Meeting Staff Report

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Hesperia Golf Market Analysis Report

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Introduction/Background


Summary of Findings

Download the Hesperia Golf Market Analysis Report

Click the button to download the complete Market and Operations Analysis Report for the Hesperia Golf & Country Club.

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