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File #: 22-952    Version: 1
Type: Report Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 11/9/2022 In control: REGULAR CITY COUNCIL AND SUCCESSOR AGENCY TO THE REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY, AND HOUSING AUTHORITY*
On agenda: 11/15/2022 Final action:
Title: PUBLIC HEARING REGARDING THE DEVELOPMENT IMPACT FEES ANNUAL REPORT FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 2022 AND THE TRAFFIC IMPACT FEE ANALYSIS
Attachments: 1. Agenda Report, 2. 1. 2021-22 DIF Report Consolidated, 3. 2. Traffic Impact Fee Resolution, 4. 3. Citywide Traffic Impact Fee Annual Review Report, 5. 4. Appendix A - Chronology of City Council Actions, 6. 5. Appendix B - Revised TIF Calculation 2022, 7. 6. Appendix C and Exhibit A Traffic Impact Fee Annual Accounting FY21-22
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TITLE:
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PUBLIC HEARING REGARDING THE DEVELOPMENT IMPACT FEES ANNUAL REPORT FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 2022 AND THE TRAFFIC IMPACT FEE ANALYSIS
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DEPARTMENT: FINANCE / PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT
PRESENTED BY: CAROL MOLINA, FINANCE DIRECTOR / RAJA SETHURAMEN, PUBLIC WORKS DIRECTOR
CONTACT INFORMATION: CAROL MOLINA, FINANCE DIRECTOR, (714) 754-5243 / RAJA SETHURAMEN, PUBLIC WORKS DIRECTOR, (714) 754-5343

RECOMMENDATION:
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Staff recommends the City Council:
1. Receive and file the Development Impact Fees Annual Report (Attachment 1) for the Fiscal Year ended June 30, 2022.

2. Adopt the attached resolution (Attachment 2) continuing the citywide traffic impact fee for new development that incorporates recommendations from the Traffic Impact Fee Ad Hoc Committee and staff, which include:

> Continue a traffic impact fee of $235 per Average Daily Trip (ADT) for Capital Improvement Projects and Active Transportation projects

> Approve allocation of up to ten (10) percent of traffic impact fees towards traffic signal synchronization projects
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BACKGROUND:
Pursuant to the Mitigation Fee Act (California Government Code Sections 66001 through 66009), the City Council established certain Development Impact Fees (DIFs) that must be paid by developers of property to help offset some (or all) of the cost of public facilities related to the development project. The DIFs are for Park Development Impact Fees, Drainage Impact Fees, Traffic Impact Fees, and Fire Systems Development Fees. The Mitigation Fee Act requires that City Council approve an annual report that provides information about the DIFs. These fees are required to be deposited into their own separate accounts or funds. The law also requires that certain findings be made in association with accumulated DIFs after the deposit into their respective account or fund.

ANALYSIS:
Reporting requirements under California Government Code 66006 specify that the City must prepare annual rep...

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