In this post, CivicMic shares how to view the Kelseyville Fire CFD proposed rates, which are now available on the Kelseyville main page. The formation of a Fire Community Facilities District ("CFD") results in an annual special tax added to the secured property tax bill of parcels within the boundaries of the CFD. This special tax will assist the Kelseyville Fire Protection District ("District") with the funding of the proposed Kelseyville fire station, staff, and necessary Fire and EMS equipment.
Please note that these rates are not final. They are preliminary projections to give residents an idea of potential tax costs associated with the CFD. More information will be posted as it becomes available.
To learn more about CFDs or read background information about the proposed Kelseyville Fire CFD click the links below:
- Introduction to Community Facilities Districts
- Video: Introduction to Community Facilities Districts
- Kelseyville Fire CFD Formation Steps
- Benefits of the Proposed Kelseyville Fire CFD
Important: The formation of a CFD must be approved by the affected voters. The District can't form a CFD without voter approval.
How to View Kelseyville Fire CFD Proposed Rates
- Go to the main page https://www.civicmic.com/kelseyville-fire-protection/.
2. Scroll all the way down to the Kelseyville FPD Web Map.
3. Zoom in on and then left-click on the parcel whose rates you are looking to view. Refer to the "Fire CFD Preliminary Tax" for the first-year annual special tax amount. Note: The final rates will incorporate an annual inflator component. We will share the annual inflator information as soon as it becomes available.
Find the proposed annual rate for any parcel!
The web map has been updated with the latest Kelseyville Fire CFD proposed rates. Left-click on any parcel within the boundaries of the CFD and refer to the "Fire CFD Preliminary Tax" amount.
*The inflator rate is 2%.
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