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Truckee Donner Recreation and Park District Mitigation Fee Update AGENDA ITEM _ TOWN OF w I®� � � 'I~ 6r p4aYFwY • MEETING DATE : December 10 , 2013 TO : Honorable Mayor and Council Members FROM : Denyelle Nishimori , Senior Planner SUBJECT : Truckee- Donner Recreation and Park District Mitigation Fee Update REVIEWED BY: Jo n M a hlin , C muni Development Director APPROVED BY: %5!!rook, Town Manager RECOMMENDATION : That the Council ( 1 ) adopt Resolution No . 2013-39 approving an increase in the Truckee-Donner Recreation and Park District recreational facilities mitigation fee ; and (2) adopt Resolution No . 2013-40 approving an increase in the Truckee- Donner Recreation and Park District subdivision park and recreational fee . PROJECT DESCRIPTION : The Truckee-Donner Recreation and Park District Board of Directors is requesting that the Town Council increase the recreational facilities impact fees charged to building permits and increase the subdivision park and recreational fee (Quimby Act fee) charged to subdivisions to mitigate growth impacts on District facilities . DISCUSSION : Town Authority: California Government Code Sections 66000 et. seq , the Mitigation Fee Act, and 66477 , the Quimby Act, provide the statutory authority for local agencies to adopt mitigation fees on behalf other local agencies . The Town has used this authority to adopt mitigation fees for traffic / circulation improvements and other Town government facilities that are necessary to serve future growth and development. The Town has previously adopted mitigation fees on behalf of the Truckee Fire Protection District and the Truckee-Donner Recreation and Park District. (The School District has statutory authority to adopt their own mitigation fees . ) The Town currently assesses and collects a fire mitigation fee and a recreation mitigation fee and transfers these fees to the districts . Background: The collection of a recreational facilities fee with new residential construction has been in effect since 1996 . The initial fee was $0 .40 per sq . ft. and stayed at this price per square foot for single-family, secondary units , and mobile homes from 1996 until 2008 when the Town Town Council Staff Report Page 1 of 6 AGE6�IDA ITEM Council adopted a fee increase via Council Resolution No. 2008-28. Rules for administering the recreational facilities mitigation fee program were also adopted as part of this resolution. The collection of a subdivision park and recreational fee has been imposed on new subdivisions by Nevada County and the Town since 1982. The initial subdivision fee was $750 for each newly created subdivision parcel. Two additional fee increases were approved—the last fee increase in 2008 along with the recreational facilities fee increase: The 2008 increase was approved by the Council with Resolution No. 2008-29 and also included rules for administering the subdivision park and recreational fee program. The history of both fee updates is summarized in Table 1 below. Table 7: Fee History' . . - . - 1982 N/A $750 1996 to2000 $ 0.40 $1,009 2001 to August $ 0.40 $2,623 zooa August 2008 to $0.86 $3,832 August2010 August 2010 to $� 31 $3,832 resent� Truckee-Donner Recreation and Park District Request: The Truckee-Donner Recreation and Park District(TDRPD)submitted a request to the Town in the middle of November 2013 to increase both the recreational facilities mitigation fee and the subdivision park and recreational fee.A copy of the DistricYs request letter and Resolution No. 2013-237 which requests that the Town Council adopt and implement the proposed fee increases for the District are provided in Attachments#3 and #4. The fee increase requests are being made based on the DistricYs October 2013 Park Impact Fee Nexus Study Update ("Nexus Study") and Quimby Dedreation Requrrement and In-Lieu Fee Study Update ("Quimby Study") prepared by SCI Consulting Group earlier this year. The Nexus Study, Quimby Study and the proposed fee program updates were approved by the TDRPD Board of Directors on October 24,2013. The District will make similar requests to the Placer County Board of Supervisors and Nevada County Board of Supervisors for unincorporated District propeRies located within theirjurisdictions. Facilities Mitiqation Fee The Truckee-Donner Recreation and Park District is the primary park and recreation service provider for Truckee residents. They also service a smalier population of surzounding unincorporated areas of Nevada and Placer Counties. The District is responsible for the management and maintenance of approximately 106.8 acres of parks and four community recreation facilitates. The Nexus Study prepared for the facilities mitigation fee update uses a "per capita standards-based methodology."Under this method,the cost components are based on level of service standards established by the District. The total per capita costs are then applied to two residential land use categories—single-family housing and mu�ti-family housing—according to thei� 1. The fees identified in Table 1 are for an attached or detached, single- family residence, a secondary unit or mobile home. 2. The Council approved a one-year deferral of the recreational facilities mitigation fee in 2009 which extended the implementation of the S1.31 per .square foot cost to August 2010_. Town Council Staff Report Page 2 of 6 AGEPlDA ITEM respective average household population or "service population," average facility demand and average square footage to establish a cosUfee per square foot. Service population includes full-time residents and seasonal residents. (A seasonal resident has a recreational facility demand of approximately one-fifth of a full-time resident.) The facilities mitigation fee was last adjusted in 2008 with the mitigation fee increase going into effect as a hvo-phase increase over a two year period including the one-year deferral approved by Council in 2009. This phasing is reflected as the$0.86 per sq.ft:fee in August 2008 (Phase 1)and the $1.31 per sq.ft. fee in August 2010 (Phase 2) in Table 1 above. The current$1.31 per sq. foot mitigation fee is approximately 31% less per square foot for single-family/secondary uniUmobile home housing types fhan the Truckee Donner Recreation and Park DistricYs 2007 Nexus Study. The 2007 Nexus Study identified the need to establish a $2.22 per square foot fee to fairly allocate the costs of park development and construction of community use facilities to new residential development. Similar to the 2008 mitigation fee increase approach,the District is requesting to have the proposed recreational facilities mitigation fee increase effective in two-phases. If approved by the Town , Council, the first increase would become effective January 13, 2014 and the second increase one year later. Different from the 2008 approach, the full multi-family unit fee increase would become effective in Phase 1 (January 13, 2014) versus Phase 2. The proposed recreational facilities mitigation fee adoption phasing is.shown in Table 2 below. Table 2: Proposed Recreational Facilities Mitigation Fee Adoption Phasing . . . . � . Effective Effective January 13, 2014 January 13, 2015 Single-tamily, $ 1.31 $1.51 $ 1.71 Detached Single-family, g �.31 $1.51 $ 1.71 Attached Secondary g � 31 $1.51 $ 1.71 Unit Mobile Home $ 1.31 $1.51 $ 1.71 Multi-Family $2 �3 $2.46 $ 2.46 Unit As part of the 2013 Nexus Study,the District reviewed the previous 2007 Nexus Study assumptions about vacation and second home population. The demand one part-time resident will have on the DistricYs parkland and recreation facilities in relation to a permanent, full-time resident decreased which led to slightly lower facility demand per housing unit than in the 2007 Nexus Study. A slight decrease in the vacant rate of approximately 4.5% was also used based on 2010 census data for Truckee area vacancy rates.A summary of the current and proposed recreational facilities mitigation fee is included in Table 3 below. The District is not requesting to modify any other section of the recreational facilities mitigation fee program other than the fee increase at this time. Town Council Staff Report Page 3 of 6 AGEMDA ITEM Table 3: Current and Proposed Recreational Facilities Mitigation Fee . � . • . . . , . • Single-family, g � 31 $ 1.71 +$0.40 30.5% Detacheil Single-family, $ � 31 $ 1.71 +$0.40 30.5% Attaehed Secondary g � 31 $ 1.71 +$0.40 30.5% Unit Mobile Home $ 1.31 $ 1.71 +$0.40 30.5% Multi-Family g 2.13 $2.46 +$0.33 15.5% Unit As outlined in the recreational facilities mitigation fee program, payment of the recreational facilities - mitigation fee for a building permit may be waived on a parcel on which the subdivision park and recreational fee was previously paid. This waiver applies to parcels on which a fee was paid in accordance with Nevada County Ordinance No. 1092, Town Ordinance No.96-16,or Town Council Resolution No. 2001-10. Subdivision Park and Recreational Fee (Quimbv Fee) In addition to the recreational facilities mitigation.fee update, the Truckee-Donner Recreation and Park Distnct isalso requesting an update to the subdivision park and recreation fee.This fee,which is commonly called the "Quimby Act"fee, is allowed under Government Code Section 66477. Per the Town's adopted Subdivision Park and Recreationai Fee Program (Council Resolution No.2008- 29)and General Plan Conservation and Open Space Policy P8.1, parkland dedication or payment of park in-lieu fees is required for new subdivision tentative maps to ensure a Quimby parkland dedication requirement of 5 acres per 1,000 population is met. The District is requesting that the full subdivision fee be approved as supported by the October 2013 Quim6y Parkland Dedication and In-Lieu Fee Study Update.The new subdivision fee will be used to acquire neighborhood and comrtiunity parkland. The fees are based on the average number of persons per household'.The District is not requesting to modify any other section of the subdivision park and rec�eational fee program other than the fee increase at this time. 3 The .average household size for single-family homes and multi-family units are 2.563 and 1.885 persons per dwelling unit respectively for the Truckee- Donner Recreation and Park District service area. Town Council Staff Report Page 4 of 6 AGENDA ITEM Table 3: Proposed Subdivision Fee . . . � . . . - I . -' . Single Family, Detached I S 3,832 I 54,202 5370 9.7°/, Single Family,Attached I S 3,832 I $4,202 $370 9.7% (Townhome) Mobile Home $ 3,832 $4,202 5370 9.7% Other Residential Parcel $ 2,633 $3,095 $462 17.5% StaffAnalysis and Recommendations on Fees:Staff's recommendation to approve the mitigation fee increase and subdivision fee increase relies heavily on the DistricYs fee studies and the public outreach and hearing process held by the District. Specifically,the expertise and experience of SCI Consulting Group who prepared the studies including their findings that (a) the service population level of service continues to be a suitable methodology for detertnining recreational facility demands, and (2) there is a nexus and rough proportionality between the proposed fees and the estimated facility demand for new development. Consequently, staffs review focused on the consistency of the proposed fees with the adopted recreational facilities mitigation fee program (Council Resolution No. 2008-28) and the adopted subdivision park and recreational fee program (Council Resolution No. 2008-29). Staff finds the proposed fee increases and Boarii of Directors of the Truckee-Donner Recreation and Park District Resolution No. 2013-237 (Attachment#4) to be consistent with Town policy. Next Steps:If the Council approves the fee increases, the Phase 1 recreational facilities mitigation fee increase from $1.31 persq. ft. to $1.51 per sq. ft. for attached and detached single-family, a secondary unit or mobile home and increase from $2.13 to$2.46 for multi-family will take effect on January 13,2014;the Phase 2 single-family increase from$1.51 per sq.ft.to$1.71 per sq.ft.would take effect January 13, 2015. The subdivision park and recreational fee(Quimby Fee)would go into effect as part of Phase 1. This means that the fees will take effect on tentative subdivision map applications submitted on or after January 13, 2014. ALTERNATIVES: In addition to the recommended action, the Council may take the following actions: 1. Continue the public hearing to a date and time certain. The Council may direct Town staff and/or the District to provide additional information. 2. Modify the fee schedule (e.g., only approving the first-year increase in the impact fee). 3. Deny_the requested fee increases. FISCAL IMPACT: Staff estimates the processing of the DistricYs request will require approximately 16 planning staff hours. The Town administrative fee($65 per residential permit)will offset Building 8 Safety Division costs to assess and collect the mitigation fee. PUBLIC COMMUNICATIONS: The Truckee-Donner Recreation and Park District Board of Town Council Staff Report Page 5 of 6 AGENDAITEM Directors held a public hearing on the proposed fee updates on October 24, 2013. The District published a hearing notice in the Siena Sun and mailed the notice to all persons reguesting notification of the hearing. Because the District held a public hearing on the matter, it is the Town Attorney's opinion that the Council does not need to hold a public hearing to comply with the hearing requirements of Section 66000 et seq. of the Government Code. Town notice of theDecember 10, 2013 meeting date was pu6lished as part of the regular Town Council agenda. ATTACHMENTS: 1. Draft Resolution No. 2013-39 including the October 2013 Park ImpacYFee IVexus Study 2. Draft Resolution No. 2013-40 including the October 2013 Quimby Dedication Requirement and In-Lieu Fee Study 3. Truckee-Donner Recreation and Park District Fee Increase Request Letter Dated December 3, 2013 4. Truckee;Donner Recreation and ParkDistrict Resolution No. 2013-237 Town Council Staff Report Page 6 of 6 TOWN OF TRUCKEE California RESOLUTION NO. 2013-39 A RESOLUTION OF THE TOWN COUNCIL OF TI-1E TOWN OF TRUCKEE AMENDING RESOLUTION NO.2008-28 ADOPTING REVISED RECREATION .FACILITY MITIGATION FEES AND RESCINDING RESOLUTION 2009-28 WHEREAS, the Truckee Donner Recreation and Parks Distrid, hereinafter the "District", is the local government entity responsible for providing ,recreation and park facilities within the Town of Truckee; and WHEREAS, the Town Council pursuant to Section 66000 et seq. of the Califomia Government Code may impose a fee as a condition of approval of a development project to defray all or a portion of the cost of public facilities related tothe developmentproject, including facilities for special dist�icts that provide services within the Town of Truckee; and WHEREAS, the Town Council on May 15, 2008 adopted Resolution No. 200&28 imposing a mitigation fee for recreational facilities and establishing rules for the administration of the recreational facilities mitigation fee program; and WFIEREAS, the Town Council on June 1, 2009 adopted Resolution No. 2009-28 amending Resolution No. 2008-28 and deferring the increase in the recreational facilities mitigation fee to August 1, 2010; and WHEREAS, the District Board of Directors on October 24, 2013 adopted Resolution No. 2013-237 requesting the Truckee Town Council to adopt and implement an increase in the mitigation fee for recreational facilities; and WHEREAS, the Town Council met on the matter on December 10, 2013 and accepted oral and written comments from the public and interested parties and considered such comments before taking action; .::.::.. NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, the Town Council of the Town of Truckee he�eby amends Resolution No. 2008-28 and replaces Parag�aph A of Exhibit A of the resolution with the following paragraph: The fee described in Paragraph A of Exhibit A of Resolution No. 2008-28 shall be superseded by the fee described in this paragraph and Resolution No. 200929 shall be hereby rescinded. The following fee shall be applied to all applications for a builtling permit submitted to the Town on or after January 13, 2014 and to any building permit issued by the Town, regardless of the date of submittal of the application, on or after May 13, 2014`. Council Resolutioo No.2013-39 Page 2 Housinq Tvpe Fee Single Family, Detached $ 1.51 per s.f. Single Family, Attached (Townhome) $ 1.51 per s.f. Secondary Residential Unit $ 1.51 pers.f. Mobile Home $ 1.51 pers.f. Multi-FamilyHousing Type $ 2.46 per s.f. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, the Town Council of the Town of Truckee hereby amends Resolution No. 2008-28 and replaces Paragraph B of Exhibit A of the resolution with the following paragraph: The fee described in Faragraph A of Exhibit A of Resolution No. 2008-28 shall be superseded by the fee described in this paragraph. The following fee shall be applied to all applications for a building permit submitted to the Town on or after January 13, 2015 and to any building permit issued by the Town, regardless of the date of submittal of the application, on or after May 13, 2015: Housina Tvae Fee Single Family, Detached $ 1.71 per s.f. Single Family, Attached (Townhome) $ 1.71 pers.f. � Secondary Residential Unit $ 1.71 per s.f. � Mobile Home � $ 1.71 pers.f. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, the Town Council of the Town of Truckee hereby amends Resolution No. 2008-28 and replaces Exhibit E with the October 2013 Truckee-Donner Recreation and Park District Park Impad Fee Nexus Study Update prepared by SCI Consulting Group and included in this resolution as Exhibit A. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, the Council hereby rescinds Council Resolution No. 2009-29. The foregoing Resolution was introduced by Council Member , seconded by Council Member , at a Regular Meeting of the Truckee Town Council, held on the _ day of , 2013 and adopted by the following vote: AYES: NOES: ABSENT: Council Resolution No.201�39 Page 3 Carolyn Wallace Dee, AAayor ATTES'f: Judy Price, CMC, Town Clerk Council Resolutian No.2013-39 Pagc 4 TOWN COUNCIL RESOLUTION NO. 2013-39 EXHIBIT A Truckee-Donner Recreation and Park District Park Impact Fee Nexus Study Update October 2013 - TRUCKEE-DONNER RECREATION ����.��.., AND PARK DISTRICT PARK IMPACT FEE NEXUS STUDY UPDATE OcrOBER 2013 FINAL REPORT PREPARED FOR: BOARD OF DIRECTORS TRUCKEE-DONNER RECREATION AND PARK DISTRICT PREPARED BY: SCIConsultingGroup 4745 MANGELS BOULEVARD FAIRFIELD,CA 94534 . PHONE.707.430.4300 Fax 707.430.4319 www.sci-cg.com (THIS PAGE INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK) Page i TRUCKEE-DONNER RECREATION AND PARK DISTRICT BOARD OF DIRECTORS Kristin York, Chair Erin Casey, Vice Chair Kevin Murphy, Secretary Janet Brady, Director Peter Werbel, Director GENERAL MANAGER Steve Randall CLERK OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS Susan Mitchell DISTRICT CONSULTANT Blair Aas, SCI Consuking Group Jennifer Per Lee, SCl Consulting Group TRUCKEE-DONNER RECREATION ANU PARK DISfRICT� � �� PARK IMPACT FEE NE%US S7UDV,2013 SCIConsultingGroup Page ii ACKNOWLEDGMENTS This Park Impact Fee Nexus Study Update was prepared by SCI Consulting Group under contract with the Truckee-Donner Recreation and Park District. The work was accomplished under the general direction of Steve Randall, General Manager of the Truckee-Donner Recreation and Park District. We would like to acknowledge the special effortsmade by individuals and organizations to this project: Sue Mitchell, Truckee-Donner Recreation and Park District Duane Hall, Town of Truckee Planning Division Nevada County Community Development Agency Placer County Communiry Development Department Marcia Salter, Nevada County Auditor-Controller's Office Nevada County Assessor's Office Placer County Assessor's Office TRUCKEE-DONNER RECREATIONAND PARK DISfRICT � � � PARK IMPACT FEE NE%US S7UDY,2013 SCIConSUltingGrOUp Page iii TABLE OF CONTENTS EXECUTNESUMMARY............................................................................................................'I ABOUT THE TRUCKEE-DONNER RECREATION AND PARK DISTRICT....................................... 1 OVERVIEW OF THE PARK IMPACT FEE METHODOLOGY/APPROACH.....................................2 NEXUSREOUIREMENTS....................................................................................................2 SUMMARYOF KEY FINDINGS.............................................................................................3 SUMMARY OF GENERAL RECOMMENDATIONS.....................................................................4 SERVICEPOPULATION............................................................................................................5 FACILITY DEMAND FACTORS.............................................................................................5 EXISTING AND BUILDOUT SERVICE POPULATIONS...............................................................6 PER CAPITA COST COMPONENTS............................................................................................8 PARK DEVELOPMENT COST PER CAPITA............................................................................8 COMMUNITY USE FACILITY COSTS PER CAPITA..................................................................J PARK IMPACT FEE DETERMINATION.......................................................................................11 COSTPER CAPITA......................................................................................................... 11 PARK IMPACT FEE DETERMINATION................................................................................. 11 NEXUSFINDINGS.................................................................................................................13 PARK IMPACT FEE PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION.....................................................................15 ADOPTION REOUIREMENTS............................................................................................. 15 ACCOUNTINGRE�UIREMENTS........................................................................................ 15 ANNUAL REPORTING REOUIREMENTS.............................................................................. 15 FIVE-YEAR REPORTING REDUIREMENTS.......................................................................... 16 APPENDICES........................................................................................................................17 APPENDIX A—NEW PARK CONSTRUCTION ESTIMATE OF COSTS....................................... 18 APPENDIX B—AQUATICS FACILITY ESTIMATE OF COST.....................................................2O APPENDIX C-2007 COP DEBT SERVICE SCHEDULE(COMMUNITY RECREATION CENTER�.21 APPENDIX D—AVERAGE HOUSEHOLD SIZE.....................................................................22 APPENDIX E—INVENTORY OF DISTRICT PARKS................................................................23 TRIICNEE-DONNER RECREATION ANO PARK DISTRICT � � PARK IMPACT FEE NEXUS STUDY,ZO13 SCICOnSUltingGrOUp Page iv LIST OF FIGURES FIGURE 1 -PROPOSED PARK IMPACT FEES.............................................................................4 FIGURE 2-FACILITY DEMAND PER HOUSIN�UNIT....................................................................6 FIGURE 3-EXISTING SERVICE POPULATION............................................................................6 FIGURE 4-BUILDOUT SERVICE POPULATION...........................................................................7 FIGURE 5-PARK DEVELOPMENT COST PER CAPITA.................................................................S FIGURE 6-COMMUNITY USE FACILITIES BUILDOUT LOS STANDARDS........................................9 FIGURE 7-NEW COMMUNITY USE FACILITIES COST ALLOCATION............................................ 1 O FIGURE S-COMMUNITY USE FACILITIES COST PER CAPITA...............:..................................... 1 O FIGURE 9-COST PER CAPITA............................................................................................... 11 FIGURE1 O-COST PER U NIT................................................................................................ 12 FIGURE 11-PROPOSED PARK.IMPACT FEES......................................................................... 12 � FIGURE 12-NEIGHBORHOOD PARK CONSTRUCTION ESTIMATE OF COST................................. 1 B FIGURE 13-COMMUNITY PARK CONSTRUCTION ESTIMATE OF COST....................................... 19 FIGURE�14-NEW A�UATICS FACILITY ESTIMATE OF COSTS....................................................ZO FIGURE 15-AVERAGE HOUSEHOLD SIZE BY HOUSING TYPE...................................................22 FIGURE 16-SU MMARY OF DISTRICT PARKS..........................................................................23 TRUCKEE-DONNER RELREATION ANU PARK DISfRICT - � PARK IMPACT FEE NE%US S7UDY,2013 SCIConsultingGroup Page 1 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY This Park Impact Fees Nexus Study ("Nexus Study") was prepared in accordance with nexus requirements of the "Mitigation Fee Act"as found in Govt. Code§ 66000 et seq. The purpose of this Nexus Study is to update the DistricYs district-wide park impact fees ("fees") charged on new residential development within the Truckee-Donner Recreation and Park District("District"). On December 17, 2007, the District Board of Directors ("District Board") adopted the District's Park Impact Fee Nexus Study which justified park impact fees in the amount of $2.22 per square for new single-family resitlential construction and $3.86 per square foot for new mulfi-family residential construction. The 8oard also proposed that the fee increase be implemented in phases over a three year period. On May 15 2008, the Truckee Town Council adopted the DistricPs new fee program; however the third phase of the fee increase was never implemented. The District's current park impact fees for the Town of Truckee is $1.31 per square for new single-family residential construction and $2.13 per square foot for new multi-family residential construction. On January 27, 2009, the County of Nevada Board of Supervisors adopted the DistricYs new fee program; however the second and third phase of the fee increase were never implemented. The DistricYs current park impact fees for Nevada County are $0.86 per square for new single-family residential construction and $1.27 per square foot for new multi-family residential construction. The County of Placer Board of Supervisors did not adopt the DistricYs new fee program as requested by the District Board. ABOUT THE TRUCKEE-DONNER RECREATION AND PARK DISTRICT The Truckee-Donner Recreation and Park District is the primary park and recreation service provider for the residents of the Town of Truckee and some surrounding unincorporated areas of Nevada County and Placer County. Established in 1963, the District has a current population of 18,449 residents and covers approximately 220 square miles. The District is responsible for the management and maintenance of approximately 106.8 acres of parks and 4 community recreation facilities. TRUCKEE-DONNER RELREATION AND PARK DISTRICT � �' PARK IMPACT FEE NEXUS STUDY,ZO13 SCIConsultingGroup Page 2 OVERVIEW OF THE PARK IMPACT FEE METHO�OLOGY I APPROACH Since the need for park and recreational services is inherently population-driven, this Nexus Study utilizes a per capita standard-based methodoloqv to calculate the DistricYs park impact fees. Under this method, the cost components are based on level of service ("LOS") standards established by the District. The total per capita costs are then applied to two residential land use categories according their respective average household population, average facility demand and average square footage to establish a costlfee per square foot. NEXUS REUUIREMENTS , In order to impose park impact fees, this Nezus Study will demonstrate that a reasonable relationship or"nexus" exists between new development that occurs within the District and the need for additional developed parkland and recreational facilities as a result of new development. More specifically, this Nexus Study will present findings in order to meet the procedural requirements of the Mitigation Fee Act, also known as AB 1600, which are as follows: • Identify the purpose of the fee; • Identify the use to which the fee is to be put; • Determine how there is a reasonable relationship between the fee's use and the type of development project on which the fee is imposed; � Determine how there is a reasonable relationship tietween the need for the public facility and the type of development project on which the fee is imposed; � Determine how there is a reasonable relationship between the amount ofithe fee and the cost of the public facility or portion of the public facility attributable to the development on which the fee is imposed. TRUCKEE-DONNER RECREATION AND PARK DISTRICT � � PARK IMPACT FEE NEXUS STUDY,ZO13 SCICOf1SUIt11l9GfOUp Page 3 SUMMARY OF KEY FINDINGS � 1. The District's current park impact fees for the Town of Truckee are $1.31 per square fornew single-family residential constNCtion and $2.13 per square foot for new multi-family residential construction. The District's current park impact fees forthe,unincorporated area of District with Nevada County are $0.86 per square for new single-family residential construction and $1.27 per square foot for new multi-family residential construction. 2. The DistricYs level of service standard for the acquisition and development of neighborhood and community parks is 5.0 acres for every 1,000 residents. Ffie DistricYs LOS standard is consistent with the DistricPs Master Plan, the Town of Truckee General Plan, the Nevada County General Plan and the Placer County General Plan. 3. The District is characterized by a high percentage of "second" or "vacation" homes. According to the Town of Truckee General Plan and recent Califomia Department of Finance estimates, approximately 50 percent of existing housing units in the District maintain only seasonal occupancy. 4. A paR-time resident is generally not considered to have the same demand for or impact upon the DistricYs park and recreational facilities as a pertnanent resident. Therefore, this Neicus Study utilizes a facility demand factor of 0212, representing the ratio of the demand one part-time resident will have on the DistricPs park and recreational facilities, as compared to one permanent resident.� 5. For purposes of this Nexus Study, the District's existing service population of 23,187 is projected to grow by 13,101 to a buildout service population of 36,288 by approzimately 2030. 6. Based on current cost estimates, average park development cost is estimated to be$379,000 per acre. Appendix A 7. Estimated construction cost for the DistricPs new aquatics facility is approximately $7,198,271 million. Additionally, the District'issued Certificate of Participation in 2007 for $24,235,000 to finance the construction of the DistricYs Community Recreation Center. Appendix B and C 8. A reasonable relationship or"nexus" exists beriveen new residential development in the District and the need for additional park and�ecreational facilities as a result of new development. � Source: Truckee-Donner Recrea6on and Park District 2010 Faciliry Use Survey conducted in part to determine the faciliry use of a part-fime resident wmpared to a full-time resident.. TRUCKEE-DONNER RECREATION AND PARK DISfRICT � !'- PARK IMPACT FEENEXUS STUDY,2013 SCIConsultingGroup Page 4 SUMMARY OF GENERAL RECOMMENDATIONS Based on the findings presented in the Nexus Study, the following general recommendations are presented: 1. The Disfict should establish new park impact fees to fai�ly allocate the costs of park development and construction of community use facilities to new residential development. The District proposes the following park impact fees: FIGURE 1—PROPOSED PARK IMPACT FEES Proposed Park Impact Residential Land Use Fees Per Sq. Ft. Single Family Housing $1.71 MuG•Family Housing $2.46 Notes: ' Single family housing includes includes townhomes and mobile homes. 2. The cost estimates presented in this Nexus Study are in 2013 dollars. The ordinance andlor resolution updating the park impact fees should include a provision for annual inflationary adjustments based on a Disfict review of an appropriate building cost index. 3. The DistricYs new park impact fees should be adopted and implemented the Town of Truckee, County of Nevada and County of Placer on behalf of the District in accordance with the applicable provisions of the Mitigation Fee Act (California Govt. Code § 66000 et. seq.) TRUCKEE•DONNER RECREATION AND PARK DISTRICT � �� PARK IMPACT FEE NEXUS STUDY,ZO13 SC IConsultingGroup Page 5 SERVICE POPULATION This Nexus Study uses "service population" as a reasonable indicator of demand for park and recreational services, and therefore for demand for park and recreffiional facilities required to provide such services. This section examines the DistricYs existing and buildout service population based on projections from the Town of Truckee General Plan, assumptions for growth in the unincorporated portions of the District, the 2010 U.S Census, and the facility demand factor described below. The planning horizon of the Nexus Study is through 2030 which approximates the estimated buildout of the Town of Truckee? FACILITY DEMAND FACTORS The District is characterized by a high percentage of vacation or "second" homes. According to the Town of Truckee General Plan and recent Califomia Department of Finance estimates, approximately 50 percent of existing housing units in Truckee maintain seasonal occupancy. For planning purposes, this Nexus Study assumes that the current percentage of seasonal occupancy housing will continue through buildout of the District. Part-time residents from vacation or"second" homes are generally considered to not have the same demand for or impact upon park and recreational facilities as permanent residents. In general, permanent residents can use the DistricPs park and recreation facilities year-round. Conversely, park and recreation facility use by part-time residents is generally limited due to their limited time in the District. In 2007, the DistricYs Nexus Study utilized a facility demand factor of 0.33 to represent the demand one part-time resident will have on the DistricYs park and recreational facilities in relation to a permanent, full-time resident. In 2010, the District conducted a Facility Use Survey in part to determine the facility use of a part-time resident in relation to a full-time resident. Based on the results of the Facility Use Survey, this Nexus Study uses a facility demand factor of 0.212. Since park impact fees are charged on new residential development, this Nexus Study utilizes a facility demand per new housing unit of 0.602, which represents the average demand for park and recreational facilities generated by one unit of residential development. The calculation of the faciliry demand per new housing unit may be found on the following page. �Source: Town of Truckee General Plan TRUCKEEDONNER RECREATION AND PARK DISfRICT � � PARK IMPACT FEE NE%US STUDY,ZO13 SCIConsultingGroup Page 6 FIGURE 2—FACILITY DEMAND PER HOUSING UNIT Facility Demand Percentage of Facility Demand per Housing Housing Occupancy Types Total' Factor� Unit� Year-Round Housing 49.54% 1.000 0.495 Seasonal/Vacalion Housing 50.46% 0212 0.107 Total Housing 100.00% I 0.602 Notes: ' The esGmated ralio of year-round and seasonal housing occupancy tor future housing growth in the DisMct. `Based on DistncCs 2010Faciliry Use Survey which found one part-time resfdent generates a park and recreational facility demand equal to 0212 of one permanent resident(2,545 part-time resident users and 11,813 full-time resident users weighled by the percentage of total for each housfng occupancy type.) �Represenis the average demand for park and recreaGonal faciiities from a new housing unit. EXISTING AND BUILDOUT SERVICE POPULATIONS The DistricYs estimated existing service population is presented below. As shown, the DistricPs ezisting service population is estimated to be 23;187. On the following page, figure 4 presents the buildout service population based on projections from the Town of Truckee General Plan and assumptions for growth for the unincorporated areas of Nevada County and Placer County with the District. By 2030, it is estimated that the DistricPs service population will grow to 36,288—a 13,101 service population increase. FIGURE 3—EXISTING SERVICE POPULATION Housing Units� Facility Average Existing, Year- Demand Household Service Housing Type Round Seasonal Total Units Factor� Size 3 Population� Single-Family Housing 6,899 7,027 13,926 0.602 2.56 21,487 Multi-Famil Housin 742 756 1,498 0.602 1.89 1,700 Total 7,641 7,783 15,424 0.602 2.49 23,187 Notes- ' Estimaled housing units in Ihe Distrid assuming 50.46°k second homes and 49.54°h year-round housing. �See Figure 2. �Based on DisMct census iracl fgures from ihe 2010 U.S.Census. See Appendix D. � °Estimated by multiplying.total housing units for each housing type by their respective average household size and hacility demand faclor. � TRUCKEE-DONNER RECREATION AND PARK D15TRICT � !� PARKIMPACTFEENEXUSSTUDY,2013 � SCIConsultingGroup � Page 7 FIGURE 4—BUILDOUT SERVICE POPULATION Housing Units� Facility Average Buildout Year- Demand Household Service Housing Type Round Seasonal Total Units Factor� Size� Po ulation� Single-Family Housing 10,680 10,879 21,559 0.602 2.563 33,264 MuIG•Famil Housin 1,320 1,345 2,665 0.602 1.885 3,024 ToWI 12,001 72,223 24;224 0.602 36,268 Notes: � 'Estimaled housing units in the Dislrict assuming 50.46°h second�homes�and 49.54°k year-round housing. 2 See figure 2. �Based on Dislricl census tract fgures from lhe 2010 U.S.Census. See Appendix D. . °Estimated by multiplying total housing units(or each housing type by lheir respedive averaga household size and facility demend faclor. TRUCKEE-DONNER RECREATION AND PARK DISTRICT �- !� - PARK IMPACT FEE�NEXUS STUDY,ZO13 SCIConsultingGroup Page 8 PER CAPITA COST COMPONENTS As previously discussed, this Nexus Study utilizes a per capita-standard based methodology to determine the park impact fees because the need for / demand for park and recreational services is inherently driven by population. This section presents the per capita cost for. park development and construction of the District's two community use facility projects and the debt obligation for the DistricYs Community Recreation Center based on the DistricPs level of service standard for such facilities.3 It is important to note that the District has some park and recreational facilities that will not require expansion or additional facilities to accommodate future population growth. These excluded facilities included the rodeo arena, boat ramps, corporation yard and West End Beach. PARK DEVELOPMENT COST PER CAPITA Figure 5 calculates the per capita cost of developing new parks in the District. As presented, the DistricYs 5 acre per 1,000 population level of service standard is multiplied by the estimated average per acre cost for park development to arrive at a per capita cost. The average park development cost per acre shown represents average construction cost (in 2013 dollars) for a combination of neighborhood and community parks needed for new development.^ Any facilities other than restrooms, such as community centers, recreation centers, gymnasiums or aquatic facilities are included as separate cost components. FIGURE 5—PARK DEVELOPMENT COST PER CAPITA Average Park Acres per 1,000 Acres per Development Cost Cost Component Population� Capita� Cost per Acre z per Capita Paric Development 5.0 0.0050 $414,500 I $2,072.50 Source: Truckee-Donner Recrealion and Park DisUicl Notes: ' Based on ihe 5.0 acres per 1,000 population standard irom theDistncYs FaciliGes Master Plan,Ihe Town of Truckee Generel Plan,lhe Nevada Counry General Plan and the Placer County General Plan. �The average of Ihe neighborhood and community park conslruction cost delailed in Appendix A. 3 For purposes of this Nexus Study,per capita refers to both pertnanent and seasonal residents. °Appendix B presents the Districfs neighborhood and communiry park conshuction costs. II is assumed that the District will develop 50%5-aae neighborhood parks and 50%20-acre community parks. TRUCKEE-DONNER RECREATION AND PARH DISTRICT � �� PARK IMPACT FEE NEXUS STUDY,2013 SCIConsultingGroup Page 9 COMMUNITY USEFACILITY COSTS PER CAPITA In 2009, the District opened their new Community Recreation Center. The 38,500 square foot facility contains an 18,000 square foot double court gymnasium, an indoor running track with fitness equipment, meeting rooms, classrooms and other recreational amenities. The facility was financed with the issuance of a Certificate of Participation for$24,235,000 in 2007. Additionally, the District is planning for the future construction of a new aquatics facility. The preliminary budget estimate for the DistricYs 25,840 square foot aquatics facility is approximaiely$7.2 million. In order to determine a per capita cost for these facilities, the buildout LOS standard is used to detertnine the portion of the new community facilities that will benefit the service population generated by new residential development. Then, the new residential development fair share of the construction cost for the community use facilities and associated detit obligation is determined. Dividing the allocated cost by the service population projected from new residential development creates the per capita cost. These calculations are shown below and on the following page. FIGURE 6�—COMMUNITY USEFACILRIES BUILDOUT LOS 5TANDARDS Sq.Ft.per Existing Planned Buildout 1,000 Space Space Total Space Service Service Facility (Sq.Ft.) (Sq.Ft.) (Sq.Ft.) Population Population CommunityArisCenter 10,000 - 10,OOD 276 Florislon Park Community Building 1,100 - 1,100 30 Adivity Center 3,000 - 3,000 83 Veterads Hall 7,950 - 7,950 219 Community Recrea6on Center 38,500 - 38,500 � 1,061 Community Center Facilities , 60,550 0 60,550 36,288 1,669 Truckee Donner Swimming Pool 5,400 - 5,400 149 NewA uffiicsfacili - 25,840 25,840 712 Aquatic Faeilitles 5,400 25,840 31,240 36,286 861 Source: Truckee-Donner Recreation and Park Dislnct TRUCKEE•DONNER RECREATION AND PARH DISTRICT � � PARK IMPACT FEE NEXUS STUDY,ZO13 � SCICOnSUltingG�OUp Page 10 FIGURE 7—NEW COMMUNITY USE FACILRIES COST ALLOCATION New Faciliry Cost Allocation' Planned New Service LOS Standard Facility Space ��gting Serviee Population Community Use Facilities (Sq.Ft.)� (Sq.Ft.)Z Population Growth Service Population 23,187 13,101 Community Recreation Center 1,061 38,500 63.9% 36.1% Aquatic Facilities 712 25,840 63.9% 36.1% Source: Tmckee-Donner Recreation and Park District Notes: ' Level of service per 1,000 service.populalion provided�.by new community use facilites lhrough buildout of the Dislnct. � Tolal square footage of new community use facilities. � Portion of ihe new community use facililies allaated to existing.development and new residenlfal development. FIGURE 8—COMMUNITY USE FACILITIES COST PER CAPITA Total Future Allocation' Cost per Cosl Component Project Cost % $ CapiW� Community Recreation Cenler(Debt) $24,235,000 36.1% $8,749,524 8667.85 NewAquaticsFacility $7,198271 36.1% $2,598,781 $198.37 Total E31,433,271 511,348,305 E866.22 Notes: ' Cost allocation to new development 6ased on percentage of seNice population growth- _ ° Future$allocalion divided by projected service populalion growlh,rounded. � � . TRUCKEE-DONNER RECREATION ANU PARK DISTRICT � PARK IMPACT FEE NE%IJS STUDY,2013 SCIConsultingGroup Page 11 PARK IMPACT FEE DETERMINATION This section presents the calculation of the park impact fees. The fees are based on the per capita cost for park development and construction of the DistricYs new community use facilities for two residential land uses in the District. COST PER CAPITA Figure 9 summaries the two per capita cost components from the previous section. As shown, the cost per capita is $2,938.72. FIGURE 9—COST PER CAPITA Per Capita Cost Components Costs Parkland Development $2,072.50 Communiry Use Facilities $86622 Cost per Capita $2,938:72 PARK IMPACT FEE DETERMINATION The figures on the following page present the determination of the DistricYs park impact fee. Since the demand for/ need for park and recreational services is inherently driven by population and since different residential land uses have varying household sizes, it is recommended that different park impact fees be established for single family housing and multi-family housing. To account for the proportion of new residential units in the District that will be used as second homes, an average facility demand perhousing unit of 0.602 is applied. The per unit cost forthe two residential land uses are detertnined by multiplying total per capita cost by their respective average household size and the facility demand per housing unit. In figure 11 shown of the following page, the total cost per unit, which includes 3% for administration, is then divided by the average square footage for single-family and muRi- family housing to arrive at a cosUfee per square foot for each. Since the park impact fee represents new developmenYs "incremental" share of new park and recreational facilities costs, the District's current park impact fee fund balance is excluded from the fee calculation. TRUCKEE•DONNER RECREATION AND PARK DISfRICT � !� PARK IMPACT FEE NEXUS STUDY,ZO13 SCIConsultingGroup Page 12 FIGURE 1O—COST PER UNR Average Facility Costper Household Demand per Costper Residential Land Use' Capita Z Size� Unit° Unit° Single Family Housing $2,938.72 2.56 0.602 54,534 Muti-family Housing $2,938.72 1.89 0.602 E3,335 Notes: ' Single family housing includes townhomes and mobile homes. z Total per person cost for park and recreational facili6es. �Based on Distrid census hact figures from the 2010 US Census Bureau,2077 American Community Survey 5-year Eslimale. °Average park and recreational faalitfes demand per new housing unit. See Figure 2. 5 Per capita cosl for eachresidential land use mulliplied by their respective average household size and facility demand(actor,rounded�o ihe nearest dollar. FIGURE 11—PROPOSED PARK IMPACT FEES Fee Program Averege Park Impact Cost per Admin. Total Cost Square Fees(Per Residential Land Use' Unit Costs� Per Unit Footage� Sq.Ft.)' Single Family Housing $4,534 $136 Sd,670 2,725 E1.71 MuG-Family Housing $3,335 $100 $3,435 1,395 E2.46 Notes: ' Single family housing includes townhomes and mobile homes. �Allowable cosls under the Mitigalion Fee Act for the adminislration of Ne(ee program including periodic nexus sNdy updates,collecGon,accounting and annual reponing costs- Estimated at 3°k o(Ue cost per unit. �Based on data from the Noveda Counry Assessors OKco and Plocer County Assessofs OHice. ' Rounded lo the nearest cent. TRUCKEE-DONNER RECREATION AN�PARH DISfRICT � !� PARK IMPACT FEE NEXUS STUDY,ZO13 SCIConsultingGroup Page13 NEXUS FINDINGS This section frames the results of this Nexus Study in terms of the legislated requirements to demonstrate the legal justification of the park impact fees ('fees"). The justification of the park impact fees on new development must provide information as set forth in Govt. Code§ 66000 et. seq. These requirements are discussed below. I�ENTIFY THE PURPOSE OF TFIE FEES The purpose of the park impact fees is to develop parkland and provide recreational, community use facilities to meet the needs of the new service population within the District. IDENTIFY THE USE OF THE FEES As outlined in the Nexus Study, the general purpose of the fees is to fund the development of park and recreation facilities. Revenue from fees collected on new development may be used to pay for any of the following: • Construction of park and recreational facilities including community use facilities; . • Construction of park and recreation support facilities including administrative facilities and maintenance facilities and equipment; • Park impact fee program costs including District and Town /County administrative costs, nexus studies and park master plan costs; • Any potential associated financing costs; • Other facility costs resulting from population growth caused by new residential developmenl. Revenue from the fees collected maynot be used to fund the following: • Districi operational costs; • Park maintenance costs. DETERMINE HOW THERE IS A REASONABLERELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE'FEES'USE AND THE TYPE OF DEVELOPMENT PROJECT ON WHICH THE FEES ARE IMPOSED Since the need for park and recreational services is inherently population-driven, new residential development in the District will generate additional need for new parks and recreational services and the corresponding need for various facilities. The fees will be used to develop and/or expand the DistricPs parks and commuriity use facilities required to serve new development. The fees' use (developing new park and recreational facilities) is therefore reasonably related to the type of project (new residential development) upon which it is imposed. TRUCKEEDONNER RECREATION ANO PARK DISTRICT � !� PARK IMPACT FEE NEXUS STUDY,2013 SCIConsultingGroup Page 14 DETERMINE HOW THERE IS A REASONABLE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE NEED FOR THE PUBLIC FACILITIES AND THE NPE OF DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS ON WHICH THE FEES ARE IMPOSED Each new residential development project wiil generate additional need for park and recreational seroices and the associated need for additional park and recreational facilities. The DistricYs park standard is 5.0 improved park acres for every 1,000 residents. The level of seroice standards for community use facilities represent new developmenYs equal share of the added new facility space through buiidout of the District. The need is measured in propoAion to average household size for two residential land use categories and the average facility demand for a new housing unit to account for lower demand from seasonal occupancy housing. DETERMINE HOW THERE IS A REASONABLE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE AMOUNT OF THE FEES AND THE COST OF THE PUBLIC FACILITIES OR PORTION OF THE PUBLIC FACILITIES ATTRIBUTABLE TO THE DEVELOPMENT ON WHICH THE FEES ARE IMPOSED The amount of park and recreational facilities needed to serve a unit of residential development is based on the DistricYs level of service standards for providing such facilities. The cost for park development and construction of communily use facilities is defined on a cost per capita basis. These per capita costs are then applied to new single- family homes and multi-family units based on their respective average household size, average square footage, and an average facility demand of 0.602 per housing unit. TRUCKEE•DONNERRECREATIONANDPARKDISfRICT r � PARK IMPACT FEE NEXUS STUDY,ZO13 SCIConsultingGroup Page 15 PARK IMPACT FEE PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION This section contains general recommendations for the adoption and administration of the park impact fee program based on the findings of this Nexus Study and for the interpretation and application of the park impact fees recommended herein. Statutory requirements for the adoption and implementation may be found in the Mitigation Fee Act (Califomia Govt. Code§ 66000 et. seq.) ADOPTION RE�UIREMENTS The following are the general requirements for approval and adoption of the Park Impact Fee Nexus Study and proposed park impact fees. 1. At least 14 days before the regularly scheduled meeting, mail out notice to any interested party who requests notice of the adoption of new or increased impact fees. 2. At least 10 days before the "open and public meeting" the local agency is to make available to the public the Park Impact Fee Nexus Study. 3. The local agency shall conduct at least "one open and public meeting" as part of a regularly scheduled meeting. 4. Park impact fees take effect 60 days after adoption of the resolution or ordinance. ACCOUNTING REQUIREMENTS Proceeds from the park impact fee should be deposited into a separate fund or account so that there will be not commingling of fees with other revenue. The parli impact fees should be expended solely for the purpose for which they were collected. Any interest eamed by such account should be deposited in that account and expended solely for the.purpose for which originally collected. ANNUAL REPORTING REOUIREMENTS The following infortnation must be made available to the public within 180 days after the last day of each fiscal year: • a brief description of the type of fee in the account; ■ the amount of the fee; ■ the beginning and ending balance of the account; • the fees collected that year and the interest earned; • an identification of each public improvement for which the fees were expended and the amount of the expenditures for each improvement; TRUCKEE•DONNER RECREATION ANO PARN DISTRICT � � PARK IMPACT FEE NEXUS STUDY,ZO13 SCIConsultingGroup Page i6 • an identification of an approximate date by which construction of the improvement will commence if the local agency determines that sufficient funds have been collected to complete financing of an incomplete public improvement; • a description of each inter-fund transfer or loan made from the account or fund, including the public improvement on which the transferred or loaned fees will be expended, the date on which any loan will be repaid, and the rate of interest to be retumed to the account; and • the amount of money refunded under section 66001. FNE-YEAR REPORTING REQUIREMENTS For the fifth fiscal year following the first receipt of any park impact fee proceeds, and every five years thereafter, the District shall make-all of the following findings with respect to that poRion of the account or fund remaining unexpended, whether committed or uncommitted: • Identify the purpose to which the fee is to be put; • Demonstrate a reasonable relationship between the fee and the purpose for which it is charged; • Identify all sources and amounts of funding anticipated to complete financing in incomplete improvements; • Designate the approximate dates on which the funding is expected to be deposited into the appropriate account or fund. TRUCKEEDONNER RECREATION AN�PARK DISTRICT � �� PARN IMPACT FEE NEXUS STUDY,2013 SCICOnSUltingGroup Page 17 APPENDICES Appendix A— New Park Construction Costs Appendix B—Aquatics Facility Estimate of Costs Appendix C— Debt Schedule for the Community Recreation Center Appendix D—Average Household Size by Housing Type Appendix E— Inventory of District Parks TRUCHEE•DONNER RECREATION ANU PARK DISfRICT � � PARK IMPACT FEE NE%US STUDY,2D13 SCICOnSUltingGroUp Page 18 APPENDIX A—NEW PARK CONSTRUCTION ESTIMATE OF COSTS FIGURE 12—NEIGHBORHOOD PARK CONSTRUCTION ESTIMATE OF COST UMt Cost Total Cost Item Quantiry Unit 2013$s 2013 Ss Street Frontage 425 LF $171 $72,675 OH sheet parking per stall 20 EA $2,845 856,900 PlayStruclures 1 EA $142,250 $142,250 Soccer Field 1 EA $56,900 556,900 Basketball Courl 1 EA $62,590 562,590 Restraom 1 EA $142,250 $142,250 Group Shade Struclure 2 EA $34,140 $68,280 Picnic/8B�Areas 2 EA 511,380 $22,760 Players Benches 4 EA $569 $2,276 Bleachers 2 EA $3,414 $6,828 Entry Sign 1 EA $6,828 $6,828 Benches 10 EA $910 $9,100 SubtaWl 5649,637 On Site Work' S AC $192,000 $96Q000 Design, Engineering,Fees,Admin. 18°/a $1,609,637 $289,735 ToWI Project Cost(5 acres) 81,899,372 Averege Cosl Per Acre(Rounded) 5379,000 Source: Truckee-Donner Recrealion and Pa�k Dislncl Notes: � Unil cosls are from the DistricPs November 2007 Park Impact Fee Nexus Study adjustetl by Ihe 13.8%change in ihe Engineenng News and Record Construc6on Cost Index for San Francisco from January 2007(9100.68)to January 2013(10360.84). �On-sile impmvements inclutles site gradfng,uliliry conneclions,soil prep&amendmenis, automatic inigalion,planting,concrete pathways. TRUCKEE•DONNER RECREATION AND PARK DISfRICT � � PARK IMPACT FEE NE%US STUDY,2013 � SCICOnSUltingG�OUp Page 19 FIGURE�.13—COMMUNITY PARK CONSTRUCTION ESTIMATE�AF COST Unit Cost Total Cost Item Quantity Unit 2013$5 2013$s Street Frontage 1,500 LF $171 $256,500 Off street parking per stall 150 'EA $2,845 $426,750 Play Siructures 4 EA $142,250 $569,000 Soccer Fields 8 EA $56,900 $455,200 8aseball Fields 3 fA $62;590 $187,770 Basketball Court 1 EA $62;590 $62,590 TennisCourts 4 EA $91,040 $364,160 RestroomlConcession Slands 4 EA $199,150 $796,600 Shade Structure 6 EA $34,140 $204,840 Picnic188Q Areas 3 EA $11,380 534,140 Players Benches S EA $569 $4,552 Water Spray Play Area 1 EA $398,300 $398,300 Bleachers 4 EA $3,414 $13,656 Entry Sign 1 EA $7,397 $7,397 Benches 10 EA 5910 $9,104 Subtotal $3,790,559 On Site Work' 20 AC $192,000 $3,840,000 Design,Engineering,Fees,Admin. 18% 57,630;559 $1;373,501 Total Project Cost(20 acres) $9,004,060 Average Cost Per Acre(Rounded) E450,000 Source: Tmckee-Donner Recreation and ParkDistrict Notes: � Unit costs are from iheDistricfs November 2007 Park Impact Fee Nexus Sludy adjusted by ihe 13.8%change in the Engineenng News and Record Conslmclion Cost Index for San � Francisco from January 2007(9100.68)to January 2013(10360.84). 'On-site improvements includes sile grading,utilily connections,soil prep&amendmenis, automa�ic imgation,planting,concrete pathways. TRUCKEE-DONNER RECREATION AND PARK DISfRICT � - �� PARKIMPACTFEENEXUS$TUDY,ZO13 - $CICOf1SUItIf1gG�0UP Page 20 APPENDIX B—AQUATICS FACILITY ESTIMA7E OF COST FIGURE 14—NEW A�UATICS FACILITY ESTIMATE OF COSTS Pro%et TwcKee llquaHes.Fau7ity,. Owner Truckee-Donner Racreatlon snd Park Dlstrict -- . 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ORYWALLdYTLSTUDS �•� �� �� PA/NTSdCDA71NO3 97,Q17 02f71 (�D,7�1J YISCTEMAAi1tlPROVEfdENT9 3BE.�tf t�1.1.4Y (178.BD�1 OfTER10FSPEGALTlES �� � � 10@fTIRG6TIONOEVICES �� �•�T �T�� qREIXTINOUISNERS 3,SH6 2lOS o PllEENOMEFRED METAL BU2WNG BY57Eb 0 YW,f78 9R7,178 SWlNWNGPOOL4 1.6BD.30B 1.L58.000 l71..7W7 FfRE3IlPGRESSlON O1,6/7 69,N3 (I.13q ELEVATOR4 0 0 0 PWN&NO 171.800 77H,Z00 f9�9001 MVAC M9,000 330.(00 (400� ELERRICPL �•� �Q� �.�) Su6TOiAl f6,081,8CC f4E00.0B7 (37EB.017f Cost Esrnlallort CorNnyeney o 0 0 Co+rtraeior'sGenerelllabm�ylnsurence �•� �*� ��a� Co�mae[ora PoAormame/Payment Bond e1,iv 67A37 p,Dfi) CoNracfor'sOvarheedBProRf rn.E02 fu.oHO r.COe Des19NGonstrvetfon Carrdngonry SesAw uo.ouc t�,mo Town of huekee Pmm70c and Faos w/ae�.fen IOB.600 f68.6o0 Tnukee Fqc ProteeNon DIS61et Feos w/,w�.rm 17.soo /7.600 TruCkoe Sertitury Db61d Faw � r/nrt s� 1;BDO t2800 7alioeTrueXeeSanitatlooAgenryFees �/art�.ren fra,ow im,eoo TnrckeeDOnnaPUO-ElettFee r/a�m�2e 7a,�v 77A70 Truekea Donnor PUD-We[or Fee W/"��� 9� � rahoe rrvckoo unHled sehonf Dtwree Fao r�'um.rm o 0 Plennln9 ConruMnn�Fce � ./ad�r�s tr,am n,soo M%SG CDlISY/fBl1L5(�7TDB7.$YIVCY.SOII3.TYSlI&J w/A�E�.Rb 79A� Y7.00C Archltecturel etrd En9meerFng oes19+�Fees eoo.om im,�eo M'aszol TolN Estlma[od Budgut Costs S7.7A3,5f 1 l7.198,771 (SIS.Z401 TRUCKEEDONNER RECREATION AN�PARH DISTRICT � � PARK IMPACT FEE NEXUS STUDY,ZO13 SCIConsultingGroup Page 21 APPENDIX C—2007 COP DEBT SERVICE SCHEDULE(COMMUNITY RECREATION CENTER) BOND DEBT SERVICE:;: Tnickce Donner Recrration and Park District 2007 Certificates ofPanicipation Ambac Insvred,A-Underlying Re�ing •�rrr���r�rr+rFr��trr��ra�rs*r►��r�w���uw��..�s�rr�rr�ir��rw��s• Finai Pricing Numbers ••�W.r���r��r�t*�arta�Rttt��sq��►a.s��r�re�.••►•f*�1�r��l���r�r•� Period Ending Principal Coupon Interest Deb�Service 09/01/2008 1,166,092.67 1,166,092.67 09J01/2009 1,162,862.50 1,162,862.50 09/O1l2010 380,000 4.250% 1,162,862.50 1,542,86250 09/O1P10]1 400,000 4.250% 1,146,712.50 1,546,71250 09/Ol/2012 415,000 4.500°/a 1,129;712.50 1,544,712.50 09/O1/2013 435,000 4.500% 1,111,037.50 7,546,037:50 09/01/2014 455,000 4.500% 1,091,462:50 1,546,462.50 09/01/2015 475,000 4.500% I,070,987.50 1',545,987.50 , 09/01/2016 495,000 9,500% 1,a49,612.50 1,544,6I2.50 09/Ol/2017 520�000 4500% 1,027�337.56 I,547,337.50 09l01/2018 545.000 4250% 1,003,937.50 1,546,937.50 09/O1ROI9 ' S63,000 4375% 980,775.00 1,545,775.00 09/01/2020 595,000 4.375% 956,056.26 1,551,056.26 09/Ol/2021 620,OOD 4.500% 930,025.00 1,550,025.00 09/01/2022 765,000 4500% 902,125.00 1,687,125.00 09/01/2023 820,000 4.500% 866,800.00 1,686,600.00 09/OIR024 860,000 4.625% . 629,900.00 1,689,900.00 09lO]R025 90D,000 4.625% 790,125.00 1,690,125.00 - 09/012026 940,000 5.000% 748,500.00 I,fi88,500.00 09/Ol/2027 985,000 ' S.000% 701,500.00 1,686,500.00 09/O]/2028 1,035,000 5.000% 652.250.00 1,687,250.00 09/01/2029 l,090,000 5.000% . 600,500.00 1,690,500.00 09/01/2U30 1,145,000 5.000% 546,000.00 1,691,OOO.QO U9/0I12031 1�200.000 5.000°/a 488,750.00 1�688�750.00 09/01/2032 1,260,000 5.000% 426,750.00 1,686,750.00 09/01/2033 1,325,000 5.000% 965;750.00 1,690,750.00 09/OI/2034 ],390,000 5.000% 299,500.00 1,689,500.00 09/Ol/2035 1�4b0�000 5.000% 230�000.00 1>690�000.00 09/Ol/2036 1',530,U00 5.000% 157,000.00 1,687,000.00 09/01/2037 1,610,000 5.000% 80,500.00 1,690,500.00 24;235.000 23,677,423.93 d7,912,423.93 TRUCKEEDONNER RECREATION AND PARK DISfRICT � !� PARNIMPACT FEE NEXUS STUDY,2013 SGConsuliingGroup Page 22 APPENDIX D—AVERAGE HOUSEHOLD SIZE Since the park impact fees are based on per capita need and level of service, this Nexus Study recommends the allocation of the park impact fees among two residential land use categories(or housing types), since different housing types have different household sizes. Based on 2010 U.S. Census figures that approximate the boundaries of the District, the fgure below presents the average household size calculation for two residential land use categories: single-family housing and multi-family housing. The census tracts used in the analysis to approximate the boundaries of the District are found to be representative of the Districtfor the purpose of this analysis. FIGURE 15—AVERAGE HOUSEHOLD SIZE BY HOUSING TYPE Total Vawnt Occupied Total Averege Housing Housing Housing Number of Household Land Use Units Units Units Occupants Size Single-FamilyHousing 15,538 8,062 7,476 19,160 2.563 Multi-Family Housing 2,399 1,536 863 1,627 1.885 Average 17,937 9,598 8,339 20,787 2.493 Source: 2010 U.S.Census,American Community Survey 5-Year Es6male TRUCKEE-DONNER RECREATION AND PARK DISTRICT � �� PARK IMPACT FEE NEXUS STUDY,2013 SCIConsultingGroup Page 23 APPENDIX E—INVENTORY OF DISTRICT PARKS FIGURE 16—SUMMARY�OF DISTRICT PARKS TotelPark Developad �Facility Type ol Park Acres Acres Generel Features � Bill Rose Park Neighborhood 0.3 0.3 Playground,sandbox,picnic tables,and small BBQ. Meadow Park Neighborhood 6.1 6.1 Two small ball felds,grass area,picnic area,reslrooms. and playground. Florislon Park Neighborhood 0.3 0.3 Tiny tots playground and a grassy play fietd. Shoreline Park Neighborhood 1.6 1.0 Picnic areas,ADA accessible fishing dock,small craft boal launch area,restrooms,picnic area. Truckee River Regional Park Community/Regional 63.6 35.0 Large and small ball fields,4 picnic areas vnth tables and BBQs,a rodeo arena,nature lrail,tennis,volleyball and basketball courts,amphilheater,tol lol,skateboard park, disc goll course,and playground equipmeN. West End Beach Community/Regional 11.5 11.5 Covered pavilion,7 group picnic siles,family picnic areas, basketball courL tennis court,sand 8 grass volieyball, � playground areas,horseshoe pils,kayak 8 paddleboat � rentals,swimming area,boal parking,fishing area, contessian stand Donner Lake Boat Launch Facilily Regional 1.5 1.5 21ane boat ramp,Iloaling docks,fsh cleaning slation, . reslrooms,car and boal Irailer parking. Donner Lake Public Piers Regional 2.5 1.1 37 public piers River View Sporis Park Sports Park 50.0 5D.0 4 sporls fields, 1 6aseball diamond, BMX track,covered BB�and resVOOms. Truckee Bike Park Bike Park 1.9 1.9 Dirt jump park,cross-country Gails,upper and lower flow trails,lower dirt jumps;progressive drop zone and skills area Total 137.4 106.8 TRUCKEE-DONNENRECREATIONANDPARKDISfRICT - � PARN IMPACT FEE NEXUS STUDY,2013 SCICon8UltingGrOUp Page24 (THIS PAGE INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK) TRUCKEE�DONNER RECREATION AND PARK DISTRICT � !� PARK IMPACT FEE NE%US STUDY,2013 SCIConSUltingGroup TOWN OF TRUCKEE California RESOLUTION NO. 2013�0 A RESOLUTION OF THE TOWN COONCIL OF THE TOWN OF TRUCKEE AMENDING RESOLUTION NO. 2U08-29 AND ADOPTING REVISED SUBDIVISION PARK AND RECREATIONAL FEES WHEREAS, the Truckee-Donner Recreation and Park District, hereinafter the "District," is'the local government entity responsible for providing recreation and park facilities within the Town of Truckee; and WHEREAS, the Town Council pursuant to Sedion 66477 of the California Government Code may impose a fee as a condition of approval of a subdivision tentative map and tentative map waiver, including fees for facilities for special districts that provide recreation and park services within the Town of Truckee; and WHEREAS, the Town Council of the Town of Truckee, hereinafter the "Town" on May 15, 2008 adopted Resolution No. 2008-29 imposing a subdivision park and recreational fee and establishing rules for the administration of the subdivision park and recreational fee program; and WHEREAS, the District Board of Directors on October 24, 2013 adopted Resolution No. 2013-237 requesting the Truckee Town Council to adopt and implement an increase in the subdivision park and recreational (Quimby Act) fee for recreational facilities; and WHEREAS, the Town Council met on the matter on December 10, 2013 and accepted oral and written comments from the public and interested parties and considered such comments before taking action; ........ NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, the Town Council of the Town of Truckee . hereby amends Resolution No. 2008-29 and replaces Paragraph A of Exhibit A of the resolution with the following paragraph: The fee described in Paragraph A of Exhibit A of Resolution No. 2008-29 shall be superseded by the fee described in this paragraph. The following fee shall be applied to all applications for a tentative map or tentative map waiver submitted to the Town and determined to be complete on or after on or after January 13, 2014: Parcel Tvae Fee Single Family, Detached $ 4,202 per parcel Single Family, Attached (Townhome) $ 4,202 per parcel Mobile Home $ 4;202 per parcel Other Residential Parcel Type $ 3,095 per parcel Council Resolution No.2013-40 Page 2 BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED,. the Town Council of the Town of Truckee hereby amends Resolution No. 2008-29 and replaces Paragraph B of Exhibit A of the resolution with the following paragraph:, (B) The Council, upon request by the Distrid, may make an annual adjustment to the fee based upon a study of vacant land costs consistent with the methodology used in the Quimby Parkland Dedication Requirement and In-Lieu Fee Study Update dated October 2013. Such adjustment shall be adopted by resolution. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, the Town Council of the Town of Truckee hereby amends Resolution No. 2008-29 and replaces Exhi6it E with the October 2013 Truckee-Donner Recreation and Park District Quimby Parkland Dedication Requirement and In-Lieu Fee Study Update prepared by SCI Consulting Group and included in this resolution as ExhibitA. The foregoing Resolution was introduced by Council Member , seconded by Council Memtier , at a Regular Meeting of 4he Truckee Town Council, held on fhe _ day of , 2013 and adopted by the following vote: AYES: NOES: ABSENT: Carolyn Wallace Dee, Mayor ATTEST: Judy P�ice, CMC, Town Clerk Couocil Resolution No.2013-40 Page 3 � � TOWN COUNCIL RESOLUTION NO. 2013-40 EXHIBIT A Truckee-Donner Recreation and ParkDistrict Quimby Parkland Dedication Requirement and In-Lieu Fee Study update October 2013 � TRUCKEE-DONNER RECREATION AND PARK DISTRICT �.:w.��m�,� . QUIMBY PARKLAND DEDICATION REQUIREMENT AND IN-LIEU FEE STUDY UPDATE OcrOBER 2013 FINAL REPORT PREPARED FOR: BOARD OF DIRECTORS TRUCKEE-DONNER RECREATION AND PARK DISTRIR PREPARED BY: SCIConsultingGroup 4745 MANGELS BOULEVARD FAIRFIELD,CA 94534 PHONe 707.430.4300 Fnx 707.430.43 7 9 wwwsci-cg.com (THIS PAGE INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK� Page i TRUCKEE-DONNER RECREATION AND PARK DISTRICT BOARD OF DIRECTORS Kristin York, Chair Erin Casey, Vice Chair Kevin Murphy, Secretary Janet Brady, Director Peter Werbel, Director GENERAL MANAGER , Steve Randall CLERK OF THE BOARU OF DIRECTORS 5usan Mitcheli DISTRICT CONSULTANTS Blair Aas, SCI Consulting Group Jennifer Per Lee, SCI Consulting Group TRUCKEE-DONNERRECREATIONANOPARKDISfRICT � �� QUIMBY PARKLAND�DEDICATION REQUIREMENT AND IN-LIEU FEE STUDY,2013 SCIConsultingGroup Page ii ACKNOWLEDGMENTS This Quimby Dedication Requirement and In-Lieu Fee Study was prepared by SCI Consulting Group under contract with the Truckee-Donner Recreation and Park District. The work was accomplished under the general direction of Steve Randall, General Manager of the Truckee-Donner Recreation and Park DisVict. We would like to acknowledge the special efforts made by individuals and organizations to this project: Sue Mitchell, Truckee-Donner Recreation and Park District Duane Hall, Town of Truckee Planning Division Nevada County Community Development Agency Placer Counry Community Development Department Marcia Salter, Nevada County Auditor-Controller's Office Nevada Counry Assessor's Office Placer County Assessors Office TRUCKEE-DONNER RECREATION AND PARK DISfRICT � !� QUIMBY PHRKLAND DEDICATION RE�UIREMENT AND IN-LIEU FEE STUDY,2013 SCIConsultingGroup Page iii TABLE OF CONTENTS EXECUTNESUMMARY.......................................................:....................................................1 INTRODUCTION................................................................................................................1 SUMMARY OF KEY FINDINGS.............................................................................................2 SUMMARY OF GENER4L RECOMMENDATIONS......................:.......................................:......3 QUIMBY PARKLAND DEDICATION REQUIREMENT......................................................................5 QUIMBY PARKLAND STANDARD.........................................................................................5 AVERAGE HOUSEHOLD SIZE..................:......:........:......................:...................................5 QUIMBY PARKLAND DEDICATION RE�UIREMENT DETERMINATION........................................6 DETERMINATION OF QUIMBY IN-LIEU FEES.............................................�.................:..:.............7 PROPOSED QUIMBY ORDINANCE CHANGES.............................................................................8 APPENDICES...................................................................................................:......................9 APPENDIX A-RECENT VACANT RESIDENTIAL LAND SALES............................................... 1 O APPENDIX B-CALIFORNIA GOVT.CODE§66477(°THE QUIMBY ACT°)............................. 11 TRUCKEE-DONNER RECREATION AND PARK DISfRICT � !• QUIMBY PARKLAND DEDICATION RE�UIREMENTAND IN-LIEU FEE STUDY,ZO13 SCIConsultingGroup Page iv LIST OF FIGURES FIGURE 1 -PROPOSED QUIMBY PARKLAND DEDICATION REQUIREMENT.....................................3 FIGURE 2-PROPOSED QUIMBY IN-LIEU FEES..........................................................................3 FIGU RE 3-AVERAGE HOUSEHOLD SIZE..................................................................................5 FIGURE 4-QUIMBY PARKLAND DEDICATION REQUIREMENT DETERMINATION .............................6 FIGURE S-DETERMINATION OF QUIMBY IN-LIEU FEES..............................................................7 � FIGURE�Fi-COMPARISON OF CURRENTAND PROPOSED QUIMBY ORDINANCE.............................8 TRUCKEE-DONNER RECREATION AND PARK DISTRICT � !� OUIMBY PARKLAND DEDICATION REQUIREMENT AND IN-LIEU FEE STUDY,ZO13 SCIConsultingGroup Page 1 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY • INTRODUCTION The California Government Code contains specific enabling legislation for the acquisition and development of community and neighborhood parks by a city, county or special disVict. This legislation, codified as Section 66477 of the Govemment Code and known commonlyas the "Quimby Act," establishes cMeria for charging new development for park land acquisition based on specific park standards. The Quimby Act gives authority for passage of land dedication ordinances only to cities and counties. A local agency which seeks to take advantage of this authorization must enact an ordinance or resolution specifying how the Quimby Act will be implemented in its jurisdiction. Special districts must work with cities, and/or counties to receive parkland . dedication and/or in-lieu fees. The fees must be paid and land conveyed directly to the local public agencies that provide park and recreation services community-wide. The Truckee-Donner Recreation and Park DistricYs ("DistricP) current Quimby Parkland Dedication Requirements and In-Lieu Fees were approved by the District Board of Directors ("District Board) on December 17, 2007. Pursuant to Section 18.92.095 of the Town of Truckee Municipal Code, the DistricYs curtent parkland dedication requirements and in-lieu fees were adopted by the Truckee Town Council on May 15, 2008. Pursuant to Section L-IX 1.3 of the Nevada County Land Use and Development Code, the DistricYs current parkland dedication requirements and in-lieu fees were adopted by the County of Nevada Board of Supervisors on January 27, 2009. The County of Placer Board of Supervisors did not adopt the DistricPs curtent parkland dedication requirements and in- lieu fees as requested by the DisVict Board on December 17, 2007. There are two factors that determined how much land is required to be dedicated for a new subdivision. These factors are multiplied by the number of respective dwelling units for the proposed subdivision to determine acreage to be dedicated for neighborhood and community parks. In some instances, the payment of fees in lieu of land may be considered. In this case, a third factor is considered. TRUCKEE-DONNER RECREATION AND PARK DISI'RICT ' � � �UIMBV DEDICATION REOUIREMENT ANO IN-LIEU FEE STUDY,2013 SCIConsultingGroup Page 2 This Quimby Dedication Requirement and In-Lieu Fee Study ("Study") presents a recalculation of the three factors that determine District's Quimby parkland dedication requirement and In-Lieu Fees. Additionally, this Study makes specific recommendations for change of the Town and Countys Quimby Policy for the DisVict. SUMMARY OF KEY FINDINGS Based on a review of the Quimby Act, recent vacant land sales within the District, the figures from the 2010 U.S. Census, the following key findings are presented: 1. The District's Quimby in-lieu fee is $3,832 per single family lot and $2,633 per multi-family residential unit. 2. Based on the DistricYs current park inventory and population, the District existing neighborhood and community park area exceeds five acres per 1,000 residents. Therefore, the DistricYs maximum dedication requirement and/or fee allowed under the Quimby Act is five acres of parkland for every 1,000 persons. 3. Based on the 2010 U.S. Census, the average household size for single-family homes and multi-family units are 2.563 and 1.685 person per dwelling unit for the District. 4. Based on recent residential vacant land sales, land value in the Town of Truckee is estimated to be $328,000 per acre for the purpose of detertnining the Quimby in-lieu fee. TRUCKEE•DONNER RECREATION AND PARH DISTRICT � 1 QUIMBY DEDICATION REOUIREMENT AND IN-LIEU FEE STUDY,2013 SCIConsultingGroup Page 3 SUMMARY OF GENERAL RECOMMENDATIONS Based on the findings presented in this Study, the following general recommendations are presented: 1. On behalf of the DisVict, the Town of Truckee, County of Nevada and County of Placer should establish a Quimbv park land dedication requirement (or similar formula) based on 5 acres per 1,000 popula6on and average household sizes based on the 2010 U.S. Census for the two residential land use categories shown below. FIGURE 1—PROPOSED QUIMBY PARKLAND DEDICATION RE�UIREMENT Proposed TDRPD Quimby Parkland Residential Land Use� Dedication Requirement Sq�are Feet pe�Unit Single-Family Housing ' SSB Multi-Family Housing 411 Noles: ' Single family housing includes includes townhomes and mobile homes. 2. On behalf of the District, the Town of TNCkee and County of Nevada should amend the DistricYs Quimbv aark in-lieu fees to reflect the new Quimby park land dedication requirement and associated in-lieu fees as shown below. FIGURE 2—PROPOSED QUIMBY IN-LIEU FEES Allowable Square Parkland Footage Per AcquisRion Cost 4ulmby In-Lieu ' Residential Land Use' Dwelling Unit Per Acre Fees(Per Unit)� Calc a U c=a'b143.560 Single-Family Housing 558 5328,000 44,202 Mul6-Family Housing 411 $328,000 $3,095 Notes: ' Allmvable square footage per dwelling unit limes parkland acquisfion cast per acre divided by 43,560 sq.R.per acre. Fees are rounded to the nearest dollar. TRUCKEE•DONNER RECREATION AND PARK DISfRICT � _ QUIMBY DEDICATION RE�UIREMENT AND IN-LIEU FEE STUDY,ZO'I3 SCIConsultingGroup Page 4 3. If a developer, as a condition of project approval, to construct park facilities or improvements in lieu, the Quimby in-lieu fees imposed on that development project should be adjusted to reflect a credit for the cost of the park facilities or improvements constructed. 4. The District should periodically conduct a review of land costs in the District. If land values change significantly in either direction, the Quimby in-lieu fees should be adjusted accordingly. 5. The Quimby park dedication requirement and in-lieu fees should be adopted and implemented in accordance with the applicable.provisions of the Quimby Act (California Govt. Code § 66477). Proceeds from Quimby in-lieu fees should be collected separately and accounted for independent of park impact fee proceeds. 6. The Quimby park dedication requirement andlor in-lieu fees should be collected from new residential subdivisions in addition to park impact fees pursuant to the Mitigation Fee Act(Govt. Code§ 66000 et. seq.). 7. ff a subdivider provides park and recreational improvements to the dedicated land, the value of the improvements together with any equipment located thereon should be a credit against the payment of fees or dedication of land required by the ordinance. 8. Any land or fees received by the District under the Quimby Act should be conveyed or paid directly to the District, if the District elects to accept the land or fee. 9. Common interest developments, as defined in Section 1351 of the Civil Code, shall be eligible to receive a credit, as determined by the legislative body, against the amount of land required to be dedicated, or the amount of the fee imposed, pursuant to this secGon, for the value of private open space within the development which is usable for active recreational uses. Park and recreation purposes shall include land and facilities for the activity of"recreational community gardening," which activiry consists of the cultivation by persons other than, or in addition to, the owner of the land, of plant material not for sale. TRULNEE-DONNER RECREATION ANO PARN DISTRICT � � QUIMBY DEDICATION REOUIREMENT AND IN-LIEU FEE STUDY,2013 SCIConsultingGroup Page 5 QUIMBY PARKLAND DEDICATION REQUIREMENT QUIMBY PARKLAND STANDARD Based on the DistricYs current park inventory, the District curtently owns approximately 106.8 acres of developed parkland. With a current District population of approximately 20,049, this represents a ratio of 5.3 acres of District owned and developed parkland for every 1,000 people in the District. Under the Quimby Act, the dedication of land, or payment of fees, or both, cannot exceed the proportionate amount necessary to provide three acres of park area per 1,000 persons residing within the subdivision, unless the amount of existing neighborhood and community park area exceeds that limit, in which case the calculated amount may be adoptetl as a higher standard not to exceed five acres per 1,000 persons residing within a subdivision. Since the DistricYs existing developed parkland is exceeds 5 acres per 1,OOD residents, the District's maximum dedication requirement and/or fee allowed under the Quimby Act is five acres of parkland for every 1,000 persons. This parkland standard is consistent with the District's Master Plan, the Town of Truckee General Plan, the County of Nevada General Plan and the County of Placer General Plan. AVERAGE HOUSEHOLD SIZE Pursuant to Govl. Code § 64477(a)(2), the amount of land dedicated or fees paid shall be based upon a projecYs population density, which shali be in part detertnined based on the average number of persons per household according to the most recent federal census. Based on the 2010 U.S. Census, figure 4 on the following page presents the average household size calculation for two residential land use categories: single-family housing and multi-family housing. FIGURE 3—AVERAGE HOUSEHOLD S¢E Total Vawnt Occupied Total Average Housing Housing Housing Numberof Household Land Use Units Units Units Occupants Size Single-Family Housing 15,538 8,062 7,476 19,160 2.563 Multi-Family Housing 2,399 1,536 863 1,627 1.885 Average 17,937 9,598 8,339 20,787 2.493 Soume: 2010 U.S.Census,Amencan Community Survey 5-Year Es6mate TRUCKEE-DONNER RECREATION AND PARK DISrRICT � !� OUIMBY DEDICATION f�E�UIREMENTAND IN•LIEU FEE STUDV,2013 . SCICO�ISUI{ir19GfOUp Page 6 QUIMBY PARKLAND DEDICATION RE�UIREMENT DETERMINATION Based on the maximum per capita standard of 5 acres per 1,000 residents allowed under the Quimby Act, the formula for calculating the dedication of land for the District within the Town of Truckee is as follows: Proposed Average .005 Number of X Household Size �' (5 Acres per Un'rts by by Housing 1,000 Housing Type Type Popula6on) Figure 5 presents the parkland dedication requirement on a square footage for two housing categories. As detailed in figure 4, the average number of persons per dwelling unit is determined on the basis of the housing type and the average household size. FIGURE 4—QUIMBY PARKLAND DEDIGATION REQUIREMENT DETERMINATION Quimby Park Allowable Averoge Standard(5 Square Household acres per 1,000 FooWge per Residential Land Use' Size Z persons)� Dwelling Unit° Single-Family Housing' 2.563 0.005 558 Multi-Family Housing 1.885 0.005 411 Notes: ' Single family�ousing includes includes taxnhomes and mobile homes. 1 Based on census had figures Gom the 2010 U.S.Census. ' The DistricPS maximum allowable park slantlard under the�uimby Act and consistent with the DistricCs Master Plan and Town and Counties'General Plans. °Average household size mul6plied by lhe Ouimby Park Standard divided by 43,560 squarefeetperacre,rounded. � For example, a 250 single-family home subdivision would require a 3.2 acre land dedication for park and recreational facilities. 250 558 139,500 Sq. Ft or Single-Family Lots X Allowa6le Sq. Ft - 3.2 Acres of per Single-Famrly Dedication Parkland Lot for the Su6division TRUCKEE-DONNER RECREATION AND PARK�DISfRICT � � QUIMBY DEDICATION REQUIREMENT AN�IN-LIEU FEE STUDY,ZO13 SCICOnSUltingGrOUp Page 7 DETERMINATION OF QUIMBY IN-LIEU FEES For proposed subdivisions containing fewer than 50 parcels, the Quimby Act allows for the payment of fees ("Quimby in-lieu fees") in lieu of land dedication.� The purpose of in-lieu fees is to accumulate enough funding from several developers to purchase neighborhood and community parks within the District where the fees are collected. Moreover, while parkland dedication may be required for larger subdivisions, the District may require in-lieu fees only, or a combination of parkland dedication and in-lieu fees, to meet the park goals of the District. The following table presents the calculation of the Quimby in-lieu fees based on the DistricYs parkland dedication requirement for single family and multifamily housing and parkland acquisition costs per acre. As shown, land value in the District is estimated to be $328,000 per acre. Arguments for higherland costs can be made; however, the presented amounts per acre appear be the most appropriate and conservative figures for the � purposes of this Study.z It is impoRant to note that although the in lieu fee includes parkland acquisition costs only, the Quimby Act allows for in-lieu fees to be used for parkland acquisition, new park development and the construction of new or rehabilitation of existing park.and recreational facilities. FIGURE 5—DETERMINATION OF QUIMBY IN-LIEU FEES Allowable Square Parkland Footage Per Acquiskion Cost �uimby In•Lieu Residential Land Use' Dwelling Unit Per Acre Fees(Per Unit)� Calc a 6 c=a'6143,560 Single-Family Housing 558 $328,000 $4,202 Multi-Family Housing 411 $328,000 $3,095 Notes: ' Allowa6le square footage per dwelling unil times parkland acquistion cosl per acre divided by 43,560 sq:fl.per acre. Fees are rounded to ihe nearest dollar. � However,whena mufti-family development or stock cooperaGve exceeds 50 dwelling units,a dedicaGon of land may be required,even though the number of parcels may be less than 50. Gov�.Code§66477(a�(7J �Land value is based on recenl vacant residential land sales in the Distnct as presented in Appendix A to this Study. TRUCKEEDONNER RECREATION AND PARK DISTRICT �� - �' QUIMBY DEDICATION�RE�UIREMENTAN�IN-LIEU FEE STUDY,Z013 SCIConsultingGroup Page 8 PROPOSED QUIMBY ORDINANCE CHANGES The following table compares the DistricPs current Quimby Ordinance with the amended policy proposed by this Study. FIGURE G—COMPARISON OF CURRENT AND PROPOSED QUIMBY ORDINANCE Current Quimby Proposed Quimby Fadors Poliry Policy Change Effective year 2008 2013 5 years Park acreage standard 5 acres per 1,000 5 acres per 1,000 None Average household size (Singledamily housinq) 2.787 per unit 2.563 per unit -8.7% Average household size (MUN-family houvng) 1.916 per unit 1.885 per unit -1.6�0 Parkland dedication requirement (Single�famlty nousing) 607 sq.ft.per unit 558 sq.ft.per unit -09 Parkland dedicalion requirement (MUIU-famlly hws�ng) 417 sq.ft.per unit 411 sq.ft.per unil -6 Parkland acquistion cosl per acre $275,000 $328,000 19.3% �uimby In-Lieu Fee (Single-fami�yhousing) $3,832 $4,202 9.7% Quimby In-Lieu Fee (MUIWlamilyhousing) $2,633 $3,095 17.5% TRUCKEE-DONNER RECREATION AN�PARK DISTRICT � � QUIMBY DEDICATION REOUIREMENT AND IN-LIEU FEE STUDY,2O'I3 SCIConsultingGroup Page 9 APPENDICES Appendix A—Recent Vacant Residential Land Sales Appendix B—California Govt. Code§ 66477 ("The Quimby AcY') TRUCKEEDONNER RECREATION AND PARN DISfRICT � � QUIMBY DE�ICATION REQUIREMENTAND IN-LIEU FEE STUDY,ZO13 SCIConsultingGroup Page 10 APPENDIX A—RECENT VACANT RESIDENTIAL LAND SALES FIGURE 5—RECENT VACANT RESIDENTIAL LAND SALES Assessors Pa�cel Price per Price per Sale Number Locetion Sales Date Sice(Acres) Sales Price Acre Sq.Fl. 1 016-470-009 10424 E.Alder Creek Rd.,Truckee,CA 96161 August 2013 0.27 $75,000 $277,778 $6.38 2 044-53D-034 14521 Tyrol Road,Truckee,CA 96161 August 2013 0.36 $180,000 8500,000 $11.48 3 108-160-015 106 Yank Ctement,Truckee,CA 96161 August 2013 0.50 $136,000 $272,000 �624 4 019-75D-019 12666 Caleb D�.,Truckee,CA 96161 August 2013 0.62 $125,000 $201,613 $4.63 5 106-12Q007 10320 Olana Dr.,Truckee,CA 96161 August 2013 2.05 $750,000 $365,854 56.40 6 043-020-021 10840 Ghirard Ct.,Truckee,Ca 96161 August 2013 0.54 5176,000 8325,926 57.48 7 019-900-006 11111 Henness Rd.,Truckee,CA 961fi1 August 2013 0.37 $70,000 $189,189 $4.34 8 04�020-013 10942 Ryley Ct.,Truckee,CA 96161 August 2013 0.40 $165,000 $412,500 $9.47 TRUCNEE-DONNER RECREATION AND PARK DISTRICT � � QUIMBY DEDICATION RE�UIREMENT AND IN-LIEU FEE STUDY,2013 SC IConsulting Group Page 11 APPENDIX B-CALIFORNIA GOVT. CODE§66477 ("THE QUIMBY ACT") 66477. (a) The legislative body of a city or county may, by ordinance, require the dedication of land or impose a requirement of the payment of fees in lieu thereof, or a combination of both, for park or recreational purposes as a condition to the approval of a tentative map or parcel map, if all of the following requirements are met: (1) The ordinance has been in effect for a period of 30 days prior to the filing of the tentative map of the subdivision or parcel map. (2) The ordinance includes definite standards for determining the propoRion of a subdivision to be dedicated and the amount of any fee to be paid in lieu thereof. The amount of land dedicated or fees paid shall be based upon the residential density, which shall be determinetl on the basis of the approved or conditionally approved tentative map or parcel map and the average number of persons per househotd. There shall be a rebuttable presumption that the average number of persons per household by units in a structure is the same as that disclosed by the most recent available federal census or a census taken pursuant to Chapter 17 (commencing with Section 40200) of PaR 2 of Division 3 of Title 4. However,the dedication of land, or the payment of fees; or both, shall not exceed the proportionate amount necessary to provide three acres of park area per 1,000 persons residing within a subdivision subject to tfiis section, unless the amount of existing neighborhood and community park area, as calcuiated pursuant to tfiis subdivision, exceeds that limit, in which case the legislative body may adopt the calculated amount as a liigher standard not to exceed five acres per 1,000 persons residing within a subdiyision sutiject to this section. (A) The park area per 1,000 members of the population of the city, county, or local public agency shall be derived from the ratio that the amount of neighborhood and community park acreage bears to the total population of the city, county, or local public agency as shown in the most recent available federal census. The amount of neighborhood and community park acreage shall be the actual acreage of existing neighborhood and communiry parks of the city, county, or local public agency as shown on its records, plans, recreational element, maps, or reports as of the date of the most recent available federal census. (B) For cities incorporated after the date of the most recent availa6le federal census, the park area per 1,000 members of the population of the city shall be derived from the ratio that the amount of neighborhood and community park acreage shown on the records, maps, or reports of the county in which the newly incorporated city is located bears to the total population of the new city as determined pursuant to Section 11005 of the Revenue and Taxation Code. In making any subsequent calculations pursuant to this section, the county in which the newly incorporated city is located shall not include the figures pertaining to the new city which were calculated pursuant to this paragraph. Fees shall be payable at the time of the recording of the final map or parcel map or at a later time as may be prescribed bylocalordinance. TRUCKEEDONNER RECREATION AND PARH DISTRICT � �� QUIMBY DEDICATION REQUIREMENT AND IN-LIEU FEE STUDY,ZO13 SCIConsultingGroup Page 12 (3) The land, fees, or combination thereof are to be used only for the purpose of developing new or rehabilitating existing neighborfiood or community park or recreational facilities to serve the subdivision. (4) The legislative body has adopted a general plan or specific plan containing policies and standards for parks and recreation facilities, and the park and recreational facilities are in accordance with definite principles and standards. (5) The amount and location of land to be dedicated or the fees to be paid shall bear a reasonable relationship to the use of the park and recreational faciiities by the future inhabitants of the subdivision. (6) The city, county, or other local public agency to which the land or fees are conveyed or paid shall develop a schedule specifying how, when, and where it will use the land or fees, or both, to develop park or recreational facilities to serve the residents of the subdivision. Any fees collected under the ordinance shall be committed within five years after the payment of the fees or the issuance of building permits on one-half of the lots created by the subdivision, whichever occurs later. If the fees are not committed, they, without any deductions, shall be distributed and paid to the then record owners of the subdivision in the same proportion that the size of their lot bears to the total area of all lots within the subdivision. (7) Only the payment of fees may be required in subdivisions containing 50 parcels or less, except that when a condominium project, stock cooperative, or community apartment project, as those terms are defined in Section 1351 of the Civil Code, exceeds 50 dwelling units, dedication of land may be required notwithstanding that the number of parcels may be less than 50. (8) Subdivisions containing less than five parcels and not used for residential purposes shall be exempted from the requirements of this section. However, in that event, a condition may be placed on the approval ot a parcel map that if a building permit is requested for construction of a residential structure or structures on one or more of the parcels within four years, the fee may be required to be paid by the owner of each parcel as a condition of the issuance of the permit. (9) If the subdivider provides park and recreational improvements to the dedicated land, the value of the improvements together with any equipment located thereon shall be a credit against the payment of fees or dedication of land required by the ordinance. (b) Land or fees required under this section shall be conveyed or paid directly to the local public agency which provides park and recreational services on a communitywide level and to the area within which the proposed development will be located, if that agency elects to accept the land or fee. The local agency accepting the land or funds shall develop the land or use the funds in the manner provided in this section. (c) If park and recreational services and facilities are provided by a public agency other than a city or a county, the amount and location of land to be dedicated or fees to be paid shall, subject to paragraph (2) of subdivision (a), be jointly determined by the city or county having jurisdiction and that other public agency. TRUCKEE•DONNER RECREATION AND PARN DISfRIGT -- � QUIMBY DEDICATION REOUIREMENT AND IN-LIEU FEE STUDY,ZO13 SCIConsultingGroup Page 13 (d) This section does not apply to commercial or industrial subdivisions or to condominium projects or stock cooperatives that consist of the subdivision of airspace in . an existing apartment building that is more than five years old when no new dwelling units are added. (e) Common interest developments, as defined in Section 1351 of the Civil Code, shall be eligible to receive a credit, as determined by the legislative body, against the amount of land required to be dedicated, or the amount of the fee imposed, pursuant to this section, for the value of private open space within the development which is usable for active recreationai uses. (fl Park and recreation purposes shall include land and facilities for the activity of "recreational communiry gardening," which activity consists of the cultivation by persons other than, or in addition to, the owner of the land, of plant material not for sale. (g)This section shall be known and may be cited as the Quimby Act. TRUCKEE•DONNER RECREATION AND PARN DISfRICT � _ QUIMBY DEDICATION REQUIREMENTAND IN-LIEU FEE STUDY,ZO13 SCIConsultingGroup Page 14 (THIS PAGE INTENTIONALLY LEFf BLANK� TRUCKEE-DONNER RECREATION AND PARK DISTRICT - � QUIMBY DEDICATION RE�UIREMENTAND IN-LIEU FEE STUDY,Z013 SCIConsultingGroup Tuesday, December 03, 2013 Tony Lashbrook, Town Manager Town of Truckee Truckee Town Hall 10183 Tiuckee Airport Road Truckee, CA 96161 Re: Updates to Park Impact Fees and Quimby Dedication Requirement/ In-lieu Fees for the Truckee-Donner Recreation and Park District Dear Mr. Lashtirook: On behalf of[he Truckee-Donner Recreation and Pazk District ("District"), please find enclosed copies of the District's Pazk Impact Fee Nexus Study Update ("Nexus Study") and Quimby Dedication Requirement and In=Lieu Fee Study Update ("Quimby Study") prepared by SCI Consulting Group. The Nexus Study, Quimby Study and the proposed fee programs were approved by the District's Board of Directors ("Boazd") on October 24, 20}3. Additionally please find enclosed District Boazd Resolution #2013-237 which requests that the Truckee Town Council adopt and implement the proposed new fee programs for the District. It is my understanding that your office will be able to review and bring these fee progta�ns before the Board of Supervisors for consideration. Should you have any questions regazding this matter, please let me know. I can 6e reached at 707-430-4300 ext. l 13 or by email at blair.aas@sci-cg.com.. Sincerely, Blair B. Aas Senior Planning Consultant Enclosures cc: Steve Randa11, Truckee-Donner Recreation and Pazk District M RESOLUTION NO. 2013-237 OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE TRUCKEE-DONNER RECREATION AND PARK DISTRICT October 24,2013 RESOLUTION CONCERNING AN UPD.ATE OF THE DISTRICT'S PARK IMPACT FEE NEXUS STUDY AND QUIMBY PARKLAND DEDICATION REQUIREMENT AND IN-LIEU F'EE STUDY AND APPROVAL OF REVISED PARK IMPACT FEES AND QUIMBY IN-LLEU FEES CHARGED ON NEW RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT PURSUANT TO CALIFORIYIA GOVERNMENT CODE SECTIONS 66000 ET AL. AND 66477 RESPECTIVELY WHEREAS, Boazd of Directors ("the Board") of the Truckee-DonnerRecreation and Pazk District ("DistricY') have determined that current park and recreational facilities will not be adequate for future population growth; and WHEREAS, AB 1600 was adopted and codified in Califomia Govemment Code Section 66000 allowing the establishing, increasing or imposing of a development fee as a condition of approval where the purpose and use of the fee were identiFied and reasonable relationship to the development project was demonstrated; and WHEREAS, the Boazd of Directors has received and considered the Pazk Impact Fee Nexus Study Update prepazed by SCl Consulting Group dated October 2013 Final Report ("Nexus Study") that provides all information necessary to meet the requirements of California Government Code Section 66000 et aL; and WHEREAS, the Quimby Act was adopted and codified in'Califomia Government Code Section 66477 allowing for the requirement of t}ie dedication of land, or the payment of fees in lieu thereof, or combination of both, for pazk and/or recreational purposes; and WHEREAS, the Board of Directors has received and considered the Quimby Parkland Dedication Requirement and In-Lieu Fee Study Update prepared by SCI Consiilting Group dated October 2013 Final Report ("Quimby Study") that provides all information necessary to upda[e the District's Quimby prograzns. NOW, TNEREFORE, IT IS HEREBYRESOLVED by the Board of Directors ("the Boazd°) of the Truckee-Donner Recreation and Puk District ("District") that: l) The Board hereby receives and approves the Pazk [mpact Fee Nexus Study Update ("Nexus Study") and the Quimby Parkland Dedication and In-Lieu Fee Study both dated October 2013 by SCI Consulting Group. 2) Prior to the adoption of this Resolution, the Boazd conducted a public heazing at which oral and written presentations were made, as part of the Boazd's regulazly scheduled October 24, .2013 meedng. Notice of the time and place of the meeting, including a general explanation of the matter to be considered, has been published twice in a newspaper in accordance with Govemment Code sections r Resolution No. 2013-237 Truckee-Donner Recreation and Pazk District Page 2 66004, 66018, and 6062, subdivision (a). Additionally at least 10 days prior to the meeting the District made available to the public, data indicating the amount of the cost, or estimated cost, required to provide the service for which the fee or service chazge is to be adjusted pursuant to the Resolution by way of such public meeting, the Boazd received the Nexus Study attached as Exhibit A and Quimby Study attached as Exhibit B, which formed the basis for the action taken pursuant to this Resolution. 3) The Nexus Study reasonably identifies the purpose of the fee described therein and the use to which the fee is to be put, established a reasonable and rational relationship between the use of the fee and the type of development activity on which the fee is imposed, establishes a reasonable and rational relationship benveen the need for the park and recreational facilities described therein and the type of development activity on which the fee is imposed. 4) The Board finds pursuant to the Califomia Environmental Quality Act("CEQA"), this action is not a "project" because the Resolution provides a mechanism for funding the acquisi[ion and development of parks and construction of community use facilities but does not involve a commitment [o any specific project for such purposes that may result in a potentially significant impact on the environment. (CEQA Guidelines § 15378.) 5) "fhe Boazd does hereby approve the following pazk impact fees on new residential . development for development of pazk and recreational facilities: Town of Truckee: Single-Family Housing: (Single-Family fees to be phased) Phase 1 $1.51 per square foot Effective when enacted 2014 Phase 2 $1.71 per square foot Effective January 1, 2015 Multi-Family Housing $2.46 per square foot Effective when enacted 2014 Nevada and Placer Counties: Single-Family Housing: (Single-Family fees to be phased) Phase i $1.29 per square foot Effective when enacted 2014 Phase 2 $1.71 per square foot Effective Januazy l, 20I5 Multi-Family Housing $2.46 per square foot Effective when enacted in 2014 6) The Board does hereby approve the following Quimby Pazkland Dedication Requirement for new residential subdivisions: Single-Family Housing 558 squaze feet per unit Multi-Family Hoasing 4l l squaze feet per unit Resolution No. 2013-237 Truckee-Dormer Recreation and Pazk District Page 3 7) The Board does hereby approve the following Qwmby in-lieu fees for new residential subdivisions: Single-Family Housing $4,202 per unit Multi-Family Housing $3,095 per unit 8) The park impact fees program shall be authorized to include an annual inflationazy adjustment by an amount equal to the annual change in the San Francisco Engineering News Record Construction Cost Index. 9) If any portion of this Resolution is found by a court of competent jurisdiction to be invalid, such finding shall not affect the validity of the remainin� portions of this Resolution. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Boazd of Directors of the Truckee-Donner , Recreation and Park District formerly requests the Truckee Town Council, the Nevada � ' County Boazd of Supervisors and the Placer County Boazd of Supervisors adopt and implement the proposed pazk impact fees, Quimby land dedication requirement and in-lieu fees on behalf of the District. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the Board of Directors of che Tnickee-Donner Recreation and Park District, at a regulazly scheduled meeting held on the 24`" of October, Two-thousand and Thirteen, by the following vote of said Boazd: pyg$; Brady, Murphy, York, Werbel, Casey NOES: None ABSENT: None ABSTAIN: None TRUCKEE-DO ER RECREATION AND PARK DISTRICT e By: Chairman of the Boar�o irectors ATTEST: � �.1..__J.� _ Secretary of the d of Directors