In this post, CivicMic shares the Second Kelseyville FPD Survey regarding the proposed formation of a Community Facilities District ("CFD"). The Kelseyville Fire Protection District ("District") has been contemplating the formation of a Fire CFD to finance improvements, maintenance, and ongoing operations of certain Fire and EMS services in the Soda Bay corridor.
These services include:
- Fire Station
- Fire and EMS Equipment
CivicMic sent out an initial survey to determine community interest in these additional services. The District and CivicMic then hosted a virtual community meeting on April 29, 2021, in order to inform Kelseyville residents about this potential project and the solutions available to fund these services, as well as to gain further insight into community interest levels regarding the formation of a Fire CFD. The objective of the second survey is to further gauge both community support and knowledgeability of the options that are available.
Important: The formation of the CFD must be approved by the affected voters. Kelseyville Fire can't form the CFD without voter approval.
The formation of a CFD would result 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 and the preliminary tax rates for each parcel within the boundaries of the CFD.
To learn more about CFDs or read background information about the proposed Kelseyville Fire CFD click the links below:
- Community Meeting 1: Presentation Slides
- Community Meeting 1: Video
- FAQ About Kelseyville Fire CFD
- Introduction to Community Facilities Districts
- Video: Introduction to Community Facilities Districts
- Kelseyville Fire CFD Formation Steps
- Benefits of the Proposed Kelseyville Fire CFD
Next Community Meeting
Please join us on Wednesday, June 9, 2021, at 6:00 PM (PST) for the next Kelseyville Fire Protection District community meeting. Take the survey or subscribe below to receive updates via email including the telephone and Zoom login information for the meeting.
Second Kelseyville FPD Survey
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1 thought on “Second Kelseyville FPD Survey”
Sorry Not a homeowner
Sounds like a good idea creating alternate roads/ routes to escape / exit/ access for fire/ emergencies as important!
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