Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Bookmark and Share
File #: 19-0098    Version: 1
Type: Public Hearing - 11:30 AM Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 7/29/2019 In control: Board of County Commissioners
On agenda: 9/10/2019 Final action:
Title: Stormwater Assessment FY20 Final Rate Resolution Adoption Hearing
Attachments: 1. FY20 Stormwater Final Rate Resolution Stormwater 2019 Revised.pdf, 2. FY20 Appendix C Certification of Stormwater Assessment Roll.pdf, 3. FY20 Water Quality Project Descriptions.pdf, 4. FY20 Water Quality Project Table.pdf, 5. PowerpointStormwaterAssessmentFinalRateFY20September10.pdf, 6. FY20 Appendix A Affidavit of Publication.pdf, 7. Signed Affidavit of Mailing of TRIM notices - Stormwater Assessment 8-16-19.pdf
Date Ver.Action ByActionResultAction DetailsMeeting DetailsVideo
No records to display.
Agenda Item Name:
Title
Stormwater Assessment FY20 Final Rate Resolution Adoption Hearing
End

Presenter:
Chris Bird

Description:
A public hearing to consider adoption of the FY20 Stormwater Assessment Final Rate Resolution.

Recommended Action:
Recommended Action
Adopt the FY20 Stormwater Assessment Final Rate Resolution at a $40 per Equivalent Residential Unit rate.
End

Prior Board Motions:
Adopted the FY20 Stormwater Assessment Preliminary Rate Resolution at a $40 per Equivalent Residential Unit rate (July 9, 2019)

Adopted the FY19 Stormwater Assessment Final Rate Resolution at a $30 per Equivalent Residential Unit rate (September 11, 2018)

Adopted a Resolution of Intent to use the uniform method of collecting non-ad valorem stormwater assessments within the unincorporated area of the county to fund stormwater capital improvements, infrastructure, drainage maintenance, and water quality improvement services (February 13, 2018)

Enacted Ordinance 06-13, authorizing the imposition of Stormwater Assessments and Fees against real property specifically benefitted by the County's Stormwater Management Services (2006).

Fiscal Consideration:
Fiscal Consideration
The proposed stormwater assessment will continue to provide a dedicated funding source to comply with the County's stormwater management obligations. This assessment reduces the County's dependency upon the Gas Tax and Ad Valorem taxes to pay for stormwater management. The proposed allocation is to continue the 50/50 allocation between Public Works drainage maintenance and Environmental Protection water quality improvement programs. The proposed assessment continues the Financial Hardship exemption provision that will require the County's General Fund to make up an estimated loss of $6,000 in revenues for qualifying property owners.

The proposed adoption of a $40 Equivalent Residential Unit (ERU) will generate a maximum estimated $1,889,715 in revenues.

Stormwater Management Fund:
EPD...

Click here for full text