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File #: 20-1585    Version: 1
Type: Agenda Item Status: Approved
File created: 11/18/2020 In control: Board of Supervisors
On agenda: 12/8/2020 Final action: 12/8/2020
Title: Department of Transportation recommending the Board adopt and authorize the Chair to sign Resolution 196-2020 which includes the updated Three Zone Traffic Impact Fee (TIF) Nexus Study as presented on November 17, 2020 (Item 30) and completes the 2020 Major Update to the Traffic Impact Fee Program and the CIP. FUNDING: Traffic Impact Fee Program.
Attachments: 1. A - Approved CRS, 2. B - Resolution with Exhibits A - C, 3. C - EDC 2020 TIF Update Supporting Documents, 4. D - Presentation, 5. E - Proof of Publication - TIF Program Update, 6. Executed Resolution 196-2020
Related files: 20-1514, 20-1254, 20-0126, 20-0325, 20-0519, 20-1062, 19-0660, 19-1100, 19-1453, 19-1523, 19-1597, 19-1825, 21-0749, 21-0304, 21-0775
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Department of Transportation recommending the Board adopt and authorize the Chair to sign Resolution 196-2020 which includes the updated Three Zone Traffic Impact Fee (TIF) Nexus Study as presented on November 17, 2020 (Item 30) and completes the 2020 Major Update to the Traffic Impact Fee Program and the CIP.

FUNDING: Traffic Impact Fee Program.
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DISCUSSION / BACKGROUND
The Department of Transportation (Transportation) has been directed to accelerate the Major Update to the Traffic Impact Fee (TIF) Program and the CIP (see September 17, 2019, Item 32). This is the tenth workshop related to the implementation of the TIF Program.

The County’s TIF 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 of the categories is not appropriate. This may be due to an uncommon land use or any other factors that, at the County’s sole discretion, render the category unrepresentative of the expected trip generation of the proposed land use.
November 17, 2020 Board Workshop
Transportation staff and their consultant team presented the results of the analysis for the three alternatives the Board identified during the October 20, 2020 Board workshop (Item 31). Staff described the geographical differences between the three alternatives and noted that all three alternatives have been used in previous traffic impact fee versions.

The County’s economic consultant, Urban Economics, described the methodology used to assign non-residential and residential offsets that are funded with the projected alternative funding sources. Zone 8 was not assigned any...

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