Notice of Public Hearing

Notice of Public Hearing - CFD 19.pdf

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON CHANGES PROPOSED TO THE AUTHORIZED FACILITIES, BONDED INDEBTEDNESS AND RATE AND METHOD OF APPORTIONMENT OF SPECIAL TAXES WITHIN COMMUNITY FACILITIES DISTRICT NO. 19 OF THE JURUPA UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that at 6:00 p.m., on May 9, 2022, or as soon thereafter as practicable (the “Hearing”), at the administrative offices of the Jurupa Unified School District (the “District”), 4850 Pedley Road, Jurupa Valley, California 92509, the Board of Education of the District (the “Board”) will hold a public hearing on the additional of certain facilities to be financed by the District’s Community Facilities District No. 19 (“CFD 19”), an increase to the maximum bonded indebtedness that may be incurred by CFD 19, and changes to the rate and method of apportionment of special taxes (the “Rate and Method”) within CFD 19. CFD 19 was formed pursuant to the provisions of the Mello-Roos Community Facilities Act of 1982, as amended, being Section 53311 et seq., of the Government Code of the State of California (the “Act”).

On April 4, 2022, the Board adopted Resolution No 2022/38 (the “Resolution”), which (a) authorizes the financing of certain additional facilities by CFD 19, as described on Attachment A hereto; (b) increases the maximum bonded indebtedness that may be incurred by CFD 19 from $15,000,000 to $20,000,000; and (c) approves an amended Rate and Method to apply to the levy of special taxes within CFD 19 under the Act from and after the 2022-23 fiscal year, as summarized on Attachment A, all conditioned upon the successful conclusion of the Hearing. 

At the Hearing, the testimony of all interested persons or taxpayers for or against the foregoing changes will be heard. Written protests to the foregoing changes must be delivered to the Clerk of the Board prior to the commencement of the Hearing in order to be considered. If the written protests of 50 percent or more of the registered voters residing within CFD 19 or the owners of 50 percent or more of the acreage within CFD 19 are timely received by the Clerk, no further proceedings shall be undertaken with regard to these matters for a period of one year from the date of the Hearing. 

Dated: May 2, 2022 

​​JURUPA UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT ​


ATTACHMENT A – SUMMARY OF RESOLUTION NO. 2022/38

Upon receipt of a petition from the owner of all of the real property located within CFD 19, the Board determined that it was necessary and advisable to authorize CFD 19 to finance certain street, storm drain and related facilities to be constructed, owned, operated or maintained by the City of Jurupa Valley (the “City”), which were not originally included in the list of facilities authorized to be financed, as of the date CFD 19 was formed. In order to provide for adequate financing for the additional facilities (the “Revised Facilities”), the Board determined it was necessary and advisable to increase the authorized bonded indebtedness for CFD 19 to $20,000,000 and to increase the amount of special taxes to be collected under the original rate and method of apportionment approved at the formation of CFD 19. A form of the amended rate and method of apportionment (the “Amended Rate and Method”) was therefore approved. 

The Revised Facilities include: the financing, acquisition, renovation and/or construction of public schools water and sewer facilities, fire suppression facilities, public infrastructure facilities, park facilities, street, storm drain and other related facilities and other governmental facilities with an estimated useful life of five years or more which CFD 19 or a public agency is authorized by law to contribute revenue to or to construct, own or operate and which are necessary to meet present or increased demand upon the District, the Jurupa Valley Park District (the “Park District”), the Rubidoux Community Service District (“RCSD”) or the City, as appropriate, as a result of development or rehabilitation occurring within the boundaries of CFD 19, including all related incidental expenses as authorized by the Act. The Revised Facilities include, but are not limited to, those TK-12 school sites, preschool facilities, school facilities, any facilities needed to accommodate the educational programs provided by the District pursuant to Education Code Section 51000 et seq., including classrooms, on-site office space at a school, central support and administrative facilities, interim housing, furniture, equipment, technology, buses, and transportation facilities needed by the District in order to serve the student population to be generated as a result of development of the property within CFD 19, and also includes costs associated with the maintenance and operations of school facilities in accordance with the Act, and the payment of fees to be paid to and/or for improvements to be constructed, owned, operated or maintained by the Park District, including, but not limited to, park facilities; the payment of fees to be paid to and/or for improvements to be constructed, owned, operated or maintained by the RCSD, including, but not limited to, sewer, water and fire suppression facilities, and the payment of fees to be paid to and/or for improvements to be constructed, owned operated or maintained by the City, including, but not limited to, street, storm drain and related facilities. The District, the Park District, the RCSD and the City shall separately establish plans and specifications for the particular Revised Facilities they approve. 

The Amended Rate and Method increases the annual Special Taxes to the following rates, commencing with the levy of Special Taxes for the 2022-23 Fiscal Year: 

​Land Use Class
Building Square Footage​
​​Assigned Annual Special Tax Rate
​​​Zone 1​
​1
​≤ 1,700 sq. ft​
​$2,521.98 per Unit
​2
​1,701 – 1,900 sq. ft
​$2,667.45 per Uni
​3
​> 1,900 sq. ft. ​
​$2,812.93 per Unit
​​Zone 2
​4
​≤ 2,000 sq. ft. ​
​$2,949.15 per Unit​
​5
​2,001 – 2,200 sq.ft.​
​$3,094.62 per Unit​
​6
> 2,200 sq. ft. 
$3,203.72 per Unit