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File #: RES 20-01    Version: 1 Name: Resolution for Development Fee Adoption & Code Resolution for Development Fee Adoption & Code Modification
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 1/2/2020 In control: City Council Regular Meeting
On agenda: 1/21/2020 Final action: 1/21/2020
Title: A Resolution of the Mayor and City Council of the City of Maricopa, Arizona, declaring as a public record that certain document filed with the City Clerk and entitled “Development Impact Fees” setting forth the Development Impact Fees adopted by City Council by Resolution 19-57 and amending the Maricopa City Code by replacing Appendix A of Chapter 17 of the previously adopted City Code. Discussion and Action.
Sponsors: Mike Riggs
Indexes: Fiscal Policies and Management, Well Planned Quality Growth and Development
Code sections: 17 - Development Fees
Attachments: 1. Resolution, 2. Development Impact Fees
Related files: ORD 20-01
TITLE
A Resolution of the Mayor and City Council of the City of Maricopa, Arizona, declaring as a public record that certain document filed with the City Clerk and entitled “Development Impact Fees” setting forth the Development Impact Fees adopted by City Council by Resolution 19-57 and amending the Maricopa City Code by replacing Appendix A of Chapter 17 of the previously adopted City Code. Discussion and Action.

AGENDA ITEM DESCRIPTION
In order to continue collecting Development Impact Fees, the City must comply with Arizona Revised Statute (ARS) §9-463.05, by updating the Land Use Assumptions (LUA) and Infrastructure Improvement Plan (IIP) prepared in 2014 by TischlerBise. TischlerBise was selected to prepare this update. The LUA section of the report incorporates information provided by City staff to establish current land use and projected land use in 10 years. Single-family, multi-family, commercial/retail, office, industrial and institutional uses of land have been projected to establish the need for growth-related infrastructure. The IIP section of the report is incorporated into the discussion of each fee category (Parks & Recreation, Libraries, Police, Fire and Streets).

The following three components must be included as part of adopting and collecting development impact fees. These components must be updated at least every five years.
1. Land Use Assumptions - Projections of changes in land uses, densities, intensities, and population for a specified service area over a period of at least ten years and pursuant to the general plan of the municipality.
2. Infrastructure Improvement Plan - A written plan that identifies each necessary public service or facility expansion that is proposed to be the subject of a development fee that complies with the requirements the ARS. This is based on the City's capital improvements plan.
3. Development Fees - The fees to fund the infrastructure made necessary due to development.

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