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File #: 20-0519    Version: 1
Type: Agenda Item Status: Approved
File created: 4/3/2020 In control: Board of Supervisors
On agenda: 4/21/2020 Final action: 4/21/2020
Title: Department of Transportation recommending the Board receive and consider action on two Technical Memoranda regarding policy issues pertaining to the Major Update of the Traffic Impact Mitigation (TIM) Fee Program and the Capital Improvement Program (CIP). Staff is recommending that the Board: 1) Receive Technical Memorandums pertaining to establishing Trip Rates for Cannabis (Attachment A) and Wineries (Attachment B) and provide direction as to next steps; 2) Receive Information about the Proposed Change of Local Serving Share of Non-Residential Employment and provide direction as to which option to select (Attachment C); 3) Receive information pertaining to the Project Changes Incorporated in the 2016 Major TIM Fee Update (Attachment D); 4) Receive information pertaining to the Collection of TIM Fees from Non-Residential uses (Attachment E); and 5) Receive TIM Fee Offset Program Information (Affordable Housing TIM Fee Offset). (Est. Time: 1 Hr.) FUNDING: TIM Fee Program.
Attachments: 1. A - Technical Memo 3A - Cannabis Trip Rates, 2. B - Technical Memo 3B - Winery and Agritourism Trip Rates, 3. C - Local Serving Non-Residential Employment, 4. D - Revisions to 2012 TIM Fee Exhibit B, 5. E - TIM HWY 50 Permit Data, 6. Staff Handout - PJR-127-Cannabis-Trip-Generation-Form, 7. Public Comment BOS Rcvd 04-21-20
Related files: 20-0126, 19-1825, 19-0579, 19-0660, 19-1100, 19-1523, 19-0665, 19-1453, 19-1597, 20-0325, 20-1062, 20-1254, 20-1514, 20-1585
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Department of Transportation recommending the Board receive and consider action on two Technical Memoranda regarding policy issues pertaining to the Major Update of the Traffic Impact Mitigation (TIM) Fee Program and the Capital Improvement Program (CIP). Staff is recommending that the Board:
1) Receive Technical Memorandums pertaining to establishing Trip Rates for Cannabis (Attachment A) and Wineries (Attachment B) and provide direction as to next steps;
2) Receive Information about the Proposed Change of Local Serving Share of Non-Residential Employment and provide direction as to which option to select (Attachment C);
3) Receive information pertaining to the Project Changes Incorporated in the 2016 Major TIM Fee Update (Attachment D);
4) Receive information pertaining to the Collection of TIM Fees from Non-Residential uses (Attachment E); and
5) Receive TIM Fee Offset Program Information (Affordable Housing TIM Fee Offset). (Est. Time: 1 Hr.)

FUNDING: TIM Fee Program.
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DISCUSSION / BACKGROUND
The Department of Transportation has been directed to accelerate the Major Update to the TIM Fee Program and the CIP (see September 17, 2019, Item 32). This is the sixth workshop to discuss policy items related to the implementation of the TIM Fee Program. Two technical memoranda have been prepared by the County’s consultant, DKS & Associates (DKS). Each technical memorandum covers a specific policy subject as it relates to implementation of the TIM Fee Program.

The County’s TIM Fee Program allocates the cost of roadway improvements based on the number of new vehicle trips generated in the PM peak hour for various land use types. For non-residential development, current land use categories include general commercial, hotel/motel/B&B, church, office/medical, and industrial/warehouse.

Most non-residential development generally falls into one of these above listed categories, although a “per trip” fee may be charged when the County determines that use...

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