Department of Public Works Public Hearing Proposed Amendment

Department of Public Works Public Hearing Proposed Amendment to Schedule of Taxes, Fees & Charges to Increase RIF by 5% & Amendment to PMC 4.17 to Add New Pocket Park Classification September 22, 2014 Recommendations Department of Public Works 1. Find proposed amendments exempt from environmental review pursuant to State CEQA 2. Following public hearing, adopt resolution to increase RIF by 5% 3. Establish transition criteria to determine

which projects current RIF will apply any project which has submitted complete set of plans for building permits & paid all plan check fees prior to effective date of resolution 2 Recommendations Department of Public Works 4. Maintain current language in PMC 4.17.060 which allows RIF to be used for park acquisition, construction & installation 5. Direct City Attorney to prepare ordinance amending 4.17 of PMC to add new pocket park classification 3

Recreation & Parks Commission Recommendations Department of Public Works March 4, 2014 - Commission endorsed: > 5% increase to current RIF > Maintain current language in PMC 4.17.060 which allows for RIF to be used for park acquisition, construction & installation Sept 9, 2014 Commission supported Department of Public Works recommendation: > Add new park classification for pocket parks to Section 4.17 of PMC 4 RIF History

Department of Public Works 1988 RIF created with fee amount $650/ unit 2002 RIF increased from $756 to $1,604/ unit 2003 RIF increased from $1,604 to $3,659/unit 2004 RIF increased to $19,743/unit 2005 Changed methodology to # of bedrooms > $14,588 studio to $27,003 five bedrooms 5 Impact Department of Public Works Since 2005 City collected $19.4 million RIF which has been used to make

dramatic improvements in Pasadenas park infrastructure 6 New Parks & Acreage since 2005 Department of Public Works New Parks Since 2005 Acres Annandale Canyon 24.30 Desiderio Park 3.80

Linda Vista School Park 2.00 Madison Elementary 1.50 Subtotal New Parks 31.60 Added Acreage to Existing Parks Since 2005 Robinson Park Hahamongna Watershed Park Annex Acres 2.36 30.00 Subtotal Existing Parks 32.36

Total7 Increase Park Acreage 63.96 Jan 2014 Nexus Study Update Department of Public Works Specifically, consultant was asked to: 1. Nexus study update: review & analyze existing RIF & validate or calculate fees based on current residential land values 2. Develop & recommend a distribution methodology to balance Citys ability to fund CIP projects & acquire new parkland & open space 3. Compare park impact fees of 12 cities 8 Jan 2014 Nexus Study Update

Department of Public Works Update calculated 41.6% RIF increase In context of all development-related fees, such an increase could negatively impact residential & economic development Economic Development Division hired outside consultant to conduct comprehensive study of all developmentrelated fees in City Final report will be presented to Economic Development & Technology 9 Recommended 5% Fee Increase Department of Public Works Fee Increase RIF byCurrent

5% until comprehensive Rec. Fee ($) Bedrooms ($) study of development-related per fees is Unit per Unit completed Studio 16,709 17,544 1 2 3 4 5 or more Affordable

housing; skilled nursing facility; student housing 17,633 19,584 22,521 27,363 30,929 18,515 20,563 23,647 28,732 32,475 866 909

10 Pocket Park Classification Department of Public Works Expand Section 4.17.040 of PMC to include this pocket park definition: > Small urban outdoor spaces, usually less than one acre in size that are open to general public Public outdoor spaces may include amenities such as seating areas, plazas, rest areas, landmarks & public art installations Typically found in urbanized areas of City Primarily serve immediate local population 11 Other Recreation & Parks Commission

Actions Department of Public Works May 6, 2014 Meeting: > Staff presented information to Commission on Green Space Gaps Map & location of residential development > Commission requested further review of current RIF allocation & development of distribution method to provide more flexibility in spending RIF district origin Julyregardless 8, 2014ofMeeting: > Staff recommended eliminating park district boundaries to provide most flexibility > Commission voted to not support staffs

recommendation 12 Questions Department of Public Works Questions? 13

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