Loading...
12-11-2018 CC Rpt 20COUNCIL AGENDA STAFF REPORT Chino I IiEI TO: HONORABLE MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL DATE: DECEMBER 11, 2018 MEMBERS FROM: CITY MANAGER ITEM NO:20 SUBJECT:ANNUAL DEVELOPMENT IMPACT FEE FINANCIAL REPORT FOR FISCAL YEAR 2017-18 RECOMMENDATION: 1. Review and file the Annual Development Impact Fee Financial Report for Fiscal Year 2017-18. 2. Adopt a schedule attached as Section 4 of the Annual Development Impact Fee Financial Report confirming that the Parkland (Quimby in -lieu) Fee is committed to construction of Los Serranos and Pinehurst Parks. BACKGROUND/ANALYSIS: Annual Development Impact Fee Financial Resort In accordance with Government Code Section 66006(b), the City is required to make information regarding certain Development Impact Fee funds available on an annual basis, for the previous fiscal year. The disclosure of the information to the public must be made within 180 days after the end of the fiscal year, and the City Council must review the disclosure statements not less than 15 days after the disclosure is made. The disclosures have been on file for public viewing in the City Clerk's office and the Finance Department since November 26, 2018. The disclosure statements are attached to this report as the Annual Development Impact Fee Financial Report (Report). There were no requests for notification of this information on file with the City Clerk; therefore, none were made. For the fiscal year ended June 30, 2018, no refunds were made pursuant to subdivision (e) of Section 66001 and there were no allocations pursuant to subdivision (f) of Section 66001. Government Code Sections 66001(e) and 66006(b) requires that the City identify an approximate date by which the construction of the public improvement will be commenced if sufficient funds in Development Fee funds have been collected to complete financing on incomplete public improvements identified in the Capital Improvement Program (CIP), General Plan, a Specific Plan, or other public documents, and the public improvements remain incomplete within 180 days of the determination that sufficient funds have been collected, or refund the unexpended portion of the fees. Section 3 of the Report illustrates the current and future capital projects as of June 30, 2018. All funds collected have been committed to capital improvement projects as set forth in the Development Impact Fee Program Evaluation prepared by David Taussig & Associates, Inc. in 2018, the Capital Improvement Program (CIP), General Plan, a Specific Plan, or other public documents, other similar studies, and the adopted budget. 155/296 Parkland (Quimbv in -lieu) Fee Fund Government Code Section 66477(a)(6)(A)(i) requires the City to develop a schedule specifying how, when, and where it will use the Parkland (Quimby in -lieu) land or fees, or both, to develop park or recreational facilities to serve the residents of the subdivision. Any fees collected under Ordinance No. 66 shall be committed within five years after the payment of the fees or the issuance of building permits on one-half of the lots created by the subdivision, whichever occurs later. If the fees are not committed, the fees must be distributed to the record owners of the subdivision. Development Fee Cateaory Fund Balance as of Portion held for more 06/30/18 than five vears Parkland (Quimby in -lieu) Fee $ 2,339,179 $ 878,496 The Parkland (Quimby in -lieu) Fee schedule attached as Section 4 of the Report confirms that the City is committed to funding the construction of Los Serranos Park (formerly known as Bird Farm Park) in an amount of $1,500,000, of which the Parkland (Quimby in - lieu) Fee Fund will be responsible for 50%, or $750,000. Also, the City has reserved $916,984 of the Parkland (Quimby in -lieu) Fees for the reimbursement of Pinehurst Park construction costs, which was completed recently by the developer. Based on the terms of Agreement No. A14-34, the developer will be reimbursed for all approved construction costs following the completion of an audit of these costs. If not all of the Parkland (Quimby in -lieu) Fee is needed for the above mentioned projects, then any remaining funds will be recommitted to other parks projects that benefit the relevant subdivisions, or the funds will be refunded. NOTICE: Courtesy notice of the report and of the meeting was provided to the Building Industry Association of Southern California, Baldy Chapter. ENVIRONMENTAL (CEQA) REVIEW: This proposed action is exempt from review under the California Environmental Quality Act (California Public Resources Code §§ 21000, et seq.; "CEQA") and CEQA regulations (14 California Code Regulations §§ 15000, et seq.) because it does not involve any commitment to a specific project which could result in a potentially significant physical impact on the environment; and constitutes an organizational or administrative activity that will not result in direct or indirect physical changes in the environment. Accordingly, this action does not constitute a "project" that requires environmental review (see specifically 14 CCR § 15378(b)(4-5)). FISCAL IMPACT: None. REVIEWED BY OTHERS: This agenda item has been reviewed by the City Attorney, the Community Development Director and the Public Works Director. Respectfully Submitted, J � Konradt Barllam City Manager Recommended By: Christa Buhagiar Finance Director Attachments Development Impact Fee Annual Financial Report 156/296 .90 Chino Hills ANNUAL DEVELOPMENT IMPACT FEE FINANCIAL REPORT FISCAL YEAR 2017-18 157/296 BACKGROUND The Mitigation Fee Act, Government Code §66000 et seq., (the "Act") governs the establishment and administration of development impact fees paid by new development projects for public facilities needed to serve new development. Fees must be separately accounted for and used for the specific purpose for which the fee was imposed. The City's adopted development impact fees are listed in this report. Expenditures are authorized annually through the City's Adopted Budget and the Capital Improvement Program which is on file with the City Clerk's office. ANNUAL DEVELOPMENT FEE REPORTING In accordance with Government Code Section §66006(b), the City is required to make available on an annual basis, the following information regarding certain Development Fee funds for the fiscal year: • A brief description of the type of fee in the account or fund. • The amount of the fee. • The beginning and ending balance of the account or fund. • The amount of the fees collected and the interest earned. • An identification of each public improvement on which fees were expended and the amount of the expenditures on each improvement, including the total percentage of the cost of the public improvement that was funded with fees. • An identification of an approximate date by which the construction of the public improvement will commence if the local agency determines that sufficient funds have been collected to complete financing on an incomplete public improvement identified in the capital improvement program, General Plan, a Specific Plan, or other public documents, and the public improvement remains incomplete. • A description of each interfund transfer or loan made from the account or fund, if any, including the public improvement on which the transferred or loaned fees will be expended, and, in the case of an interfund loan, the date on which the loan will be repaid, and the rate of interest that the account or fund will receive on the loan. • The amount of refunds made pursuant to subdivision (e) of §66001 and any allocations pursuant to subdivision (f) of §66001. The disclosure of the information to the public needs to be made within 180 days after the end of the fiscal year, and the City Council needs to review the disclosure statements not less than 15 days after the disclosure is made. For the fiscal year ended June 30, 2018, no refunds were made pursuant to subdivision (e) of §66001 and there were no allocations pursuant to subdivision (f) of §66001. 2 158/296 This report was compiled based on the annual financial statements of the City as of June 30, 2018. It provides an opportunity for management and staff to evaluate what is available for the City's development, to plan what can be accomplished with the resources identified, and to inform the public of future projects. Questions regarding the data in this report should be directed to the City's Finance Department at 14000 Civic Center Drive, Chino Hills, California 91709 or by phone at (909) 364-2640. This report was submitted to City Council on December 11, 2018, and is organized as follows: Section 1. A brief description of the purpose of each development impact fee, its authorizing legislation and current amount of each development impact fee (Government Code §66006(b)(1)(A)). Section 2. A summary of the beginning fund balance, annual fee revenue collected and interest earned, public improvement expenditures, a description of each interfund transfer or loan made from the account or fund, if any, including the public improvement on which the transferred or loaned fees will be expended, and, in the case of an interfund loan, the date on which the loan will be repaid, and the rate of interest that the account or fund will receive on the loan, and the ending fund balance for each fee (Government Code §66006(b)(1)(C) and (D)). Section 3. A list of projects to be funded by development impact fees, the amount of the expenditures on each improvement, including the total percentage of the cost of the public improvement that was funded with the fees and an approximate date by which the construction of the public improvements will commence if sufficient funds have been collected to complete financing on an incomplete public improvement. Section 4. Quimby Act financial information required by Government Code Section 66477(a)(6)(A)(i)". 3 159/296 SECTION 1 CITY OF CHINO HILLS DEVELOPMENT IMPACT FEE DESCRIPTION Development Fee Name I Brief Description of the Type of Fee Affordable Housing In -Lieu Fee The Affordable Housing In -Lieu Fee is the fee assessed on new construction in the amount representing new construction's proportionate share of the cost of constructing the affordable housing unit. Existing Infrastructure Fee The Existing Infrastructure Fee is the fee assessed on new construction in the amount representing new construction's proportionate share of existing infrastructure debt, in the form of credits earned through reimbursement agreements, assessment district installment payments made, the outstanding assessment district principal, and other reimbursement obligations of the City. General City Facilities Fee The General City Facilities Fee is the fee assessed on new construction in the amount representing new construction's proportionate share of the cost of constructing the general city facilities, less any amount deducted from such cost representing existing development's share of such cost, where appropriate. Parks & Recreation Facilities Fee The Parks & Recreation Facilities Fee is the fee assessed on new construction in the amount representing new construction's proportionate share of the cost of constructing the parks and recreation facilities, including land development, less any amount deducted from such cost representing existing development's share of such cost, where appropriate. Parkland (Quimby In -Lieu) Fee The Parkland (Quimby In -Lieu) Fee is the fee assessed on new construction in the amount representing new construction's proportionate share of the cost of constructing the parks or recreation facilities, including land development, less any amount deducted from such cost representing existing development's share of such cost, where appropriate. Sewer Facilities Fee The Sewer Facilities Fee is the fee assessed on new construction in the amount representing new construction's proportionate share of the cost of constructing the sewer facilities, less any amount deducted from such cost representing existing development's share of such cost, where appropriate. Storm Drain Facilities Fee The Storm Drain Facilities Fee is the fee assessed on new construction in the amount representing new construction's proportionate share of the cost of constructing the storm drain facilities, less any amount deducted from such cost representing existing development's share of such cost, where appropriate. Traffic Facilities Fee The Traffic Facilities Fee is the fee assessed on new construction in the amount representing new construction's proportionate share of the cost of constructing the traffic facilities, less any amount deducted from such cost representing existing development's share of such cost, where appropriate. Traffic Signal Fee The Traffic Signal Fee is the fee assessed on new construction in the amount representing new construction's proportionate share of the cost of constructing the related traffic infrastructure, less any amount deducted from such cost representing existing development's share of such cost, where appropriate. The Traffic Signal Fee is designated to a specific project where the new construction has direct impact to the assessed area based on analysis. Traffic Impact Fee The Traffic Impact Fee is the fee assessed on new construction in the amount representing new construction's proportionate share of the cost of constructing the related traffic infrastructure, to mitigate traffic impacts due to the new development, less any amount deducted from such cost representing existing development's share of such cost, where appropriate. The Traffic Impact Fee is designated to a specific project where the new construction has direct impact to the assessed area based on analysis. Water Facilities Fee The Water Facilities Fee is the fee assessed on new construction in the amount representing new construction's proportionate share of the cost of constructing the water facilities, less any amount deducted from such cost representing existing development's share of such cost, where appropriate. 4 160/296 SECTION 1 CITY OF CHINO HILLS DEVELOPMENT IMPACT FEE SCHEDULE a Fee Category I Land Use Type Unit Amount of Fe Affordable Housing In -Lieu Single -Family I Not to exceed $3,500 per unit 1$ 1/Sq. Ft. Multi -Family I Not to exceed $1,000 per unit 1$ 1/Sq. Ft. Existing Infrastructure Single -Family IDwelling Unit 1$ 11,450 Multi -Family IDwelling Unit 1$ 11,450 lCommercial 11,000 SF 1$ 2,290 Business Park 11,000 SF 1$ 2,290 Private Institutional 11,000 SF 1$ 2,290 Public Institutional 11,000 SF 1$ 2,290 lCommercial Recreation] I TBD General City Facilities Single -Family IDwelling Unit 1$ 1,791 Multi -Family IDwelling Unit 1$ 1,791 Private Institutional 11,000 SF 1$ 698 )Commercial Recreation) I TBD Parks and Recreation Facilities Single -Family IDwelling Unit 1$ 2,422 Multi -Family IDwelling Unit 1$ 2,422 Parkland (Quimby In -Lieu) 1 Single -Family 1 IDwelling Unit 1 1$ 867 Multi -Family IDwelling Unit 1$ 867 Sewer Facilities b 1 ISingle-Family 1 IDwelling Unit 1 Is 462 Multi -Family IDwelling Unit 1$ 462 Non -Residential IDwelling Unit I TBD Storm Drain Facilities Single -Family IDwelling Unit $ 1,261 Multi -Family IDwelling Unit $ 1,261 )Commercial 11,000 SF 1$ 870 113usiness Park 11,000 SF 1$ 655 Private Institutional 11,000 SF 1$ 870 Public Institutional 11,000 SF 1$ 870 )Commercial Recreation] I TBD Traffic Facilities Single -Family IDwelling Unit 1$ 228 Multi -Family IDwelling Unit 1$ 228 Traffic Impact 1 Single -Family 1 19.57 trips per dwelling unit @$57.95 each 1 1$ 554.60/DU Multi -Family 16.65 trip per dwelling unit @$57.95 each 1$ 385.38/DU Retail 10.02925 trips per square foot @$57.95 each 1$ 1.70/Sq. Ft. Office 10.01100 trips per square foot @$57.95 each $ 0.64/Sq. Ft. Industrial 10.00697 trips per square foot @$57.95 each $ 0.40/Sq. Ft. Water Facilities c ISingle-Family IDwelling Unit Is 6,415 Multi -Family IDwelling Unit 1$ 4,490 Non -Residential I Per 1" meter $ 6,415 Non -Residential I Per 1 1/2" meter $ 9,623 Non -Residential IPer 2"meter $ 20,527 Non -Residential IPer 3"meter $ 44,905 Non -Residential I Per 4" meter $ 76,979 Non -Residential IPer 6"meter $ 160,374 Non -Residential IPer 8"meter $ 230,938 Non -Residential I Per 10" meter $ 372,068 Non -Residential I Per 12" meter $ 513,197 a Fees in effect during Fiscal Year 2017-18. b Not imposed if septic system is used. ° Imposed at time of connection. 161 /296 SECTION 2 CITY OF CHINO HILLS PARKS & RECREATION FACILITIES FEE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 2018 Beginning fund balance Revenues: Parks & recreation facilities fee Parks & recreation facilities fee credits Apportioned interest Total Revenues Expenditures: Debt service payments Impact fee credits Administrative overhead (7.5%) Total Expenditures $ 400,778 876,764 263,989 a (1,577) 1,139,176 7,747 263,989 a 85,556 357,292 Ending fund balance June 30, 2018 $ 1,182,662 b Interfund Loan Notes: During Fiscal Year 2017-18, the Parks and Recreation Facilities Fee fund paid off the remaining interfund obligation of $385,750 for the New Community Park. Notes: a A total of $263,989 Parks & Recreation Facilities Fee Credits were assigned to CalAtlantic Homes in Fiscal Year 2017-18, based on Agreement A15-140 for the construction of the Pinehurst Park. b The ending fund balance in the Parks & Recreation Facilities Fee Fund is designated for the following: Project Name Estimated Cost Start Date Los Serranos Park (Formerly Bird Farm Park) $ 2,236,800 FY 17/18 Galstian Park Site and Community Center 2,628,240 FY 22/23 Total Estimated Cost $ 4,865,040 X 162/296 SECTION 2 CITY OF CHINO HILLS EXISTING INFRASTRUCTURE FEE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 2018 Beginning fund balance $ 4,703,710 Revenues Existing infrastructure fee 4,637,531 Assessment district credits & lien payoff 1,144,022 a Developer agreement credits 114,875 Apportioned interest (19,833) Total Revenues 5,876,595 Expenditures Developer reimbursement agreement 745,107 b Assessment district credits 1,258,898 a Administrative overhead (7.5%) 433,616 Total Expenditures 2,437,621 C Ending fund balance June 30, 2018 $ 8,142,684 Notes: a These amounts represent assessment district credits taken by the developers at the time when permits were pulled. As a result, outstanding development related obligations were reduced by the credits taken. b This amount represents developer credits given to Sumitomo Realty, Richmond American Homes, and Chan Oh, according to agreement No. A00-15, in the amounts of $707,000, $34,607, and $3,500, respectively. The ending balance of the Existing Infrastructure Fee fund is restricted for the Soquel Canyon Parkway construction in the amount of $898,445, and developer debt obligations totaling $16,556,180.45 of which $3.6 million is in the process of being paid once sufficient supporting documentation has been provided to the City. 7 163/296 SECTION 2 CITY OF CHINO HILLS GENERAL CITY FACILITIES FEE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 2018 Beginning fund balance $ 3,950,822 Revenues: General city facilities fee 851,152 Apportioned interest (11,383) Total Revenues 839,769 Expenditures: Administrative overhead (7.5%) 63,837 Total Expenditures 63,837 a Ending fund balance June 30, 2018 $ 4,726,754 Note: a The ending fund balance in the General City Facilities Fee Fund is designated for the following: Project Name Estimated Cost Start Date Fire Facilities at Soquel Canyon Pkwy & Pipeline Ave $ 7,000,000 FY 22/23 Total Estimated Cost $ 7,000,000 r;� 164/296 SECTION 2 CITY OF CHINO HILLS TRAFFIC FACILITIES FEE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 2018 Beginning fund balance $ 2,379,114 Revenues: Traffic facilities fee 107,220 Apportioned interest (4,027) Total Revenues 103,193 Expenditures: Administrative overhead (7.5%) 8,042 Total Expenditures 8,042 Ending fund balance June 30, 2018 $ 2,474,265 a Note: a The ending fund balance in the Traffic Facilities Fee Fund is designated for the following: Project Name Estimated Cost Start Date Pine Avenue Extension $ 1,411,116 FY 22/23 Soquel Canyon Pkwy Extension 1,679,500 FY 25/26 Total Estimated Cost $ 3,090,616 401 165/296 SECTION 2 CITY OF CHINO HILLS STORM DRAIN FACILITIES FEE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 2018 Beginning fund balance $ 6,784,600 Revenues: Storm drain facilities fee 718,904 Apportioned interest (14,658) Total Revenues 704,246 Expenditures: Administrative overhead (7.5%) 53,918 Total Expenditures 53,918 Ending fund balance June 30, 2018 $ 7,434,928 a Note: a The ending fund balance in the Storm Drain Facilities Fee Fund is designated for the following: Project Name Estimated Cost Start Date Little Chino Creek: D-4-1 Little Chino Cr. @ Peyton $ 1,700,000 FY 22/23 Little Chino Creek: D-6-1 Eucalyptus from Peyton to City limits 4,050,000 FY 22/23 Lower Los Serranos (Upper Soquel) 1,600,000 FY 20/21 City-wide Storm Drain Master Plan Study 201,540 FY 19/20 English Creek Channel 2,000,000 FY 01/02 Total Estimated Cost $ 9,551,540 10 166/296 SECTION 2 CITY OF CHINO HILLS TRAFFIC IMPACT FEE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 2018 Beginning fund balance $ 4,437 Revenues: Traffic impact fee 43,709 Apportioned interest (285) Total Revenues 43,424 Expenditures: Administrative overhead (7.5%) 3,611 Total Expenditures 3,611 Ending fund balance June 30, 2018 $ 44,250 a Note: a Fiscal Year 2017-18 is the second year of collecting the Traffic Impact Fee since adoption by City Council on April 11, 2017. 11 167/296 SECTION 2 CITY OF CHINO HILLS WATER FACILITIES FEE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 2018 Beginning fund balance $ 14,693,343 Revenues: Water facilities fee 2,019,882 Apportioned interest (36,421) Fire flow testing 5,850 Total Revenues 1,989,311 Expenditures Administrative overhead (7.5%) 151,491 Capital improvement projects: Reservoir No. 18 254,937 Total Expenditures 406,428 Ending fund balance June 30, 2018 $ 16,276,226 a Note: a The ending fund balance in the Water Facilities Fee Fund is designated for the following: Project Name Estimated Cost Start Date Reservoir No. 18 $ 5,040,797 FY 03/04 Reservoir No. 43 - Intermediate Zone 3,654,000 FY 22/23 Reservoir No. 43 - Feeder Pipeline 535,920 FY 24/25 Soquel Canyon Recycled - Water Distribution Main 1,100,000 FY 24/25 High Zone Recycled (Western Hills) 1,500,000 FY 24/25 Reservoir No. 46 - Replacement 4,019,400 FY 23/24 Well 18 Equipment 660,000 FY 19/20 Supervisory Control & Data Acquisition System (SCADA) 660,000 FY 18/19 Reservoir No. 25 - Tonner Canyon 3,045,000 FY24/25 Tonner Canyon Pipeline 1,452,000 FY 28/29 Reservoir No. 2 3,045,000 FY 19/20 City-wide Water and Recycled Water Master Plan Study 201,540 FY 18/19 Total Estimated Cost $ 24,913,657 12 168/296 SECTION 2 CITY OF CHINO HILLS SEWER FACILITIES FEE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 2018 Beginning fund balance $ 4,557,455 Revenues: Sewer facilities fee 232,292 Apportioned interest (19,814) Total Revenues 212,478 Expenditures Administrative overhead (7.5%) 16,533 Capital improvement project: Supervisory Control & Data Acquisition System (SCADA) 50,110 Total Expenditures 66,643 Ending fund balance June 30, 2018 $ 4,703,290 a Note: a The ending fund balance in the Sewer Facilities Fee Fund is designated for the following: Project Name Estimated Cost Start Date Grand Ave / Highway 71 Trunk Relief $ 156,103 FY 22/23 Carbon Canyon Trunk - One Lift Station, etc. 1,850,000 FY 22/23 Supervisory Control & Data Acquisition System (SCADA) 1,331,000 FY 10/11 Rincon Trunk Relief Sewer: C-P3 1,034 LF of 15-inch sewer 500,000 FY 20/21 Rincon Trunk Relief Sewer C-P4 Upgrade pumps for lift 400,000 FY 22/23 Carbon Canyon Trunk: H-P1 2,480 ft. of 8-inch relief sewer 500,000 FY 24/25 Country Club Trunk: J-P1 1,350 ft. of 15-inch relief sewer 650,000 FY 25/26 City-wide Water and Recycled Water Master Plan Study 167,950 FY 19/20 Total Estimated Cost $ 5,555,053 13 169/296 SECTION 2 CITY OF CHINO HILLS TRAFFIC SIGNAL FEE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 2018 Beginning fund balance Revenues: Apportioned Interest Total Revenues Expenditures: Developer reimbursement agreement Capital improvement projects: ISNS replacement @SR-71 off -ramps Right turn overlap- Grand Ave. & Boys Republic Dr. Traffic mitigation fee study Total Expenditures $ 321,773 1,098 1,098 99,608 37,243 136,851 Ending fund balance June 30, 2018 $ 186,020 a Note: a The ending fund balance in the Traffic Signal Fee Fund is designated for the following: Project Name Estimated Cost Start Date ISNS Replacement @SR-71 Off -Ramps $ 50,000 FY 16/17 Traffic Signal @ Soquel Canyon Parkway and Pipeline Ave. 250,000 FY 22/23 Total Estimated Cost $ 300,000 14 170/296 SECTION 2 CITY OF CHINO HILLS AFFORDABLE HOUSING IN -LIEU FEE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 2018 Beginning fund balance $ 2,245,434 Revenues: Affordable housing in -lieu fee 772,249 Apportioned interest (9,342) Total Revenues 762,907 Expenditures: Professional Services 27,470 Legal Services 21 Total Expenditures 27,491 Ending fund balance June 30, 2018 $ 2,980,850 a Note: a The City has committed to donate two lots to the Habitat for Humanity in the Los Serranos Area. These lots will be used in the Veteran Build Homes Program. The fair market value of these lots, including the related permit fees and costs, are estimated to be around $400,000. For the remaining funds, the City is considering programs such as assistance to first time home buyer, housing rehabilitation, rental subsidy and possible contributions toward construction of new affordable units. 15 171 /296 SECTION 3 CITY OF CHINO HILLS CURRENT AND FUTURE CAPITAL PROJECTS % OF COST COST COST TOTAL ALLOCATED ALLOCATED ALLOCATED COST FOR DATE TO DATE OF TO NEW TO NEW TO EXISTING EXPENDED DESCRIPTION FACILITY COMMENCE COMPLETION DEVELOPMENT DEVELOPMENT DEVELOPMENT AS OF 6130/18 OTHER FUNDING SOURCES PARKS & RECREATION FACILITIES FEE (027) Los Serranos Park (Formerly Bird Farm Park) $ 4,000,000 FY 17/18 FY 18/19 55.92% $ 2,236,800 $ 1,763,200 $ - Quimby in -Lieu, CFD 5 Galstian Park Site and Community Center 4,700,000 FY 22/23 FY 24/25 55.92% 2,628,240 2,071,760 General Fund TOTAL PARKS & RECREATION FACILITIES FEE $ 8,700,000 55.92% $ 4,865,040 $ 3,834,960 $ PARKLAND (QUIMBY IN -LIEU) FEE (028) Los Serranos Park (Formerly Bird Farm Park) $ 4,000,000 FY 17/18 FY 18/19 18.75% $ 750,000 $ 3,250,000 $ Park & Rec Fac Fee, CFD 5 TOTAL PARKLAND (QUIMBY IN -LIEU) FEE $ 4,000,000 18.75% $ 750,000 $ 3,250,000 $ TRAFFIC SIGNAL FEE (131) ISNS Replacement @SR-71 Off -Ramps $ 50,000 FY 16/17 FY 17/18 100.00% $ 50,000 $ - $ 37,243 Traffic Signal Fee Traffic Signal @ Soquel Canyon Parkway and Pipeline Ave. 250,000 FY 22/23 FY 23/24 100.00% 250,000 - Traffic Signal Fee TOTAL TRAFFIC SIGNAL FEE $ 300,000 100.00% $ 300,000 $ $ 37,243 GENERAL CITY FACILITIES FEE (133) Fire Facilities at Soquel Canyon Pkwy & Pipeline Ave $ 7,000,000 FY 22/23 FY 26/27 100.00% $ 7,000,000 $ $ - TOTAL GENERAL CITY FACILITIES FEE $ 7,000,000 100.00% $ 7,000,000 $ $ TRAFFIC FACILITIES FEE (134) Pine Avenue Extension $ 4,201,000 FY 22/23 FY 23/24 33.59% $ 1,411,116 $ 2,789,884 $ Grant Soquel Canyon Pkwy Extension 5,000,000 FY 25/26 FY 29/30 33.59% 1,679,500 3,320,500 Grant TOTAL TRAFFIC FACILITIES FEE $ 9,201,000 33.59% $ 3,090,616 $ 6,110,384 $ STORM DRAIN FACILITIES FEE (135) Little Chino Creek: D-4-1 Little Chino Cr. @ Peyton $ 1,700,000 FY 22/23 FY 23/24 100.00% $ 1,700,000 $ - $ Little Chino Creek: D-6-1 Eucalyptus from Peyton to City limits 4,050,000 FY 22/23 FY 23/24 100.00% 4,050,000 Lower Los Serranos (Upper Soquel) 1,600,000 FY 20/21 FY 23/24 100.00% 1,600,000 - City-wide Storm Drain Master Plan Study 600,000 FY 19/20 FY 21/22 33.59% 201,540 398,460 General Fund English Creek Channel 2,000,000 FY 01102 FY 20/21 100.00% 2,000,000 - TOTAL STORM DRAIN FACILITIES FEE $ 9,950,000 96.00 % $ 9,551,540 $ 398,460 $ 16 172/296 TOTAL COST FOR DESCRIPTION FACILITY WATER FACILITIES FEE (507) Reservoir No.18 $ 8,277,170 Reservoir No. 43 - Intermediate Zone 6,000,000 Reservoir No. 43 - Feeder Pipeline 880,000 Soquel Canyon Recycled - Water Distribution Main 1,100,000 High Zone Recycled (Western Hills) 1,500,000 Reservoir No. 46 - Replacement 6,600,000 Well 18 Equipment 825,000 Supervisory Control & Data Acquisition System (SCADA) 825,000 Reservoir No. 25 - Tonner Canyon 5,000,000 Tonner Canyon Pipeline 1,452,000 Reservoir No. 2 5,000,000 City-wide Water and Recycled Water Master Plan Study 600,000 TOTAL WATER FACILITIES FEE $ 38,059,170 SEWER FACILITIES FEE (506) Grand Ave / Highway 71 Trunk Relief $ Carbon Canyon Trunk - One Lift Station, etc. Supervisory Control & Data Acquisition System (SCADA) Rincon Trunk Relief Sewer: C-P3 1,034 LF of 15-inch sewer Rincon Trunk Relief Sewer C-P4 Upgrade pumps for lift stations Carbon Canyon Trunk: H-P1 2,480 ft. of 8-inch relief sewer Country Club Trunk: J-P1 1,350 ft. of 15-inch relief sewer City-wide Water and Recycled Water Master Plan Study TOTAL SEWER FACILITIES FEE $ SECTION 3 CITY OF CHINO HILLS CURRENT AND FUTURE CAPITAL PROJECTS % OF COST COST COST ALLOCATED ALLOCATED ALLOCATED DATE TO DATE OF TO NEW TO NEW TO EXISTING EXPENDED COMMENCE COMPLETION DEVELOPMENT DEVELOPMENT DEVELOPMENT AS OF 6130/18 OTHER FUNDING SOURCES FY 03/04 FY 18/19 60.90% $ 5,040,797 $ 3,236,373 $ 254,937 Water Utility Fund FY 22/23 FY 24/25 60.90% 3,654,000 2,346,000 - Water Utility Fund FY 24/25 FY 26/27 60.90% 535,920 344,080 Water Utility Fund FY 24/25 FY 26/27 100.00% 1,100,000 - FY 24/25 FY 26/27 100.00% 1,500,000 - FY 23/24 FY 25/26 60.90% 4,019,400 2,580,600 Water Utility Fund FY 19/20 FY 21/22 80.00% 660,000 165,000 Water Utility Fund FY 18/19 FY 19/20 80.00% 660,000 165,000 Water Utility Fund FY24/25 FY27/28 60.90% 3,045,000 1,955,000 Water Utility Fund FY 28/29 FY 30/31 100.00% 1,452,000 - FY 19/20 FY 22/23 60.90% 3,045,000 1,955,000 Water Utility Fund FY 18/19 FY 19/20 33.59% 201,540 398,460 Water Utility Fund 65.46% $ 24,913,657 $ 13,145,513 $ 254,937 213,840 FY 22/23 FY 23/24 73.00% $ 156,103 $ 57,737 $ 1,850,000 FY 22/23 FY 23/24 100.00% 1,850,000 - - 1,331,000 FY 10/11 FY 19/20 100.00% 1,331,000 50,110 500,000 FY 20/21 FY 23/24 100.00% 500,000 - 400,000 FY 22/23 FY 24/25 100.00% 400,000 500,000 FY 24/25 FY 28/29 100.00% 500,000 650,000 FY 25/26 FY 29/30 100.00% 650,000 - 500,000 FY 19/20 FY 21/22 33.59% 167,950 332,050 - 5,944,840 93.44% $ 5,555,053 $ 389,787 $ 50,110 AFFORDABLE HOUSING IN -LIEU FEE (018) Two City Lots in the Los Serranos Area donated to Habitat for Humanity -Veteran Build Homes Program; Including Permit Fees and Related Costs (Estimated) $ 400,000 FY 17/18 FY 18/19 TOTAL AFFORDABLE HOUSINGIN-LIEU FEE $ 400,000 100.00% $ 400,000 $ $ 100.00% $ 400,000 $ $ Sewer Utility Fund Sewer Utility Fund 17 173/296 SECTION 4 CITY OF CHINO HILLS PARKLAND (QUIMBY IN -LIEU) FEES FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 2018 Beginning fund balance $ 2,081,180 Revenues: Quimby in -lieu fees collected 292,179 Quimby in -lieu fees credits 94,503 Apportioned interest (4,618) Total Revenues 382,064 Expenditures: Quimby in -lieu fee credits 94,503 Administrative overhead (7.5%) 29,001 Total Expenditures 123,504 Ending fund balance June 30, 2018 $ 2,339,740 Note: a The City has reserved a total of $916,984 of the Parkland (Quimby in -lieu) Fees ending fund balance for the reimbursement of Pinehurst Park construction costs, which was completed by the developer in Fiscal Year 2017-18. The developer of the project will be reimbursed for all approved construction costs following the completion of an audit of these costs, as per agreement No. A14-34. In addition, $750,000 of the Parkland Fees have been designated for the construction of Los Serranos Park (formerly known as Bird Farm Park). 18 174/296 Jessica Meiia From: Sent: To: Cc: Subject: Importance: Tracking: Good Evening, Jessica Mejia Thursday, December 06, 2018 6:31 PM 'LPetersen@semprautilities.com'; 'susan.morgan@sce.com'; 'carlos@biabuild.com'; 'Gordon Nichols' Cheryl Balz; Lynnae Sisemore; Christa Buhagiar; Nicole Lugotoff; Robin Butler, Elizabeth Carlock RE: Annual Development Impact Fee Financial Report FY 2017-18 High Recipient 'LPetersen @semprautilities.com' Isusan.morgan@sce.com' 'carlos@biabuild.com' 'Gordon Nichols' Cheryl Balz Lynnae Sisemore Christa Buhagiar Nicole Lugotoff Robin Butler Elizabeth Carlock Read Read: 12/6/2018 10:21 PM Read: 12/6/2018 6:31 PM Read: 12/6/2018 7:00 PM Read: 12/7/2018 7:51 AM Below, please find the link for the Annual Development Impact Fee Financial Report FY 2017-18 that will be presented at next Tuesday's City Council Meeting. htti)s://i)ublici)ortal.chinohills.orq/WebLink/0/doc/291500/Paae1.asDx Thank you, Jessica Mejia, CIVIC I Deputy City Clerk II City of Chino Hills City Clerk's Office 14000 City Center Drive Chino Hills, CA 91709 P (909) 364-2616 F (909) 364-2695 imeiiaO.chinohills.orq City of www.chinohills.ora China Hills From: Jessica Mejia Sent: Monday, November 26, 2018 3:44 PM 1 Jessica Mejia From: Jessica Mejia Sent: Monday, November 26, 2018 3:44 PM To: 'LPetersen@semprautilities.com'; 'susan.morgan@sce.com'; 'carlos@biabuild.com'; Gordon Nichols Cc: Cheryl Balz; Lynnae Sisemore; Christa Buhagiar; Nicole Lugotoff; Robin Butler; Elizabeth Carlock Subject: Annual Development Impact Fee Financial Report FY 2017-18 Attachments: FY 17-18 Development Impact Fee Annual Financial Report_Final.pdf Good Afternoon, Per your request for notice of meetings to consider New or Increased Fees or Service Charges, attached, please find the Annual Development Impact Fee Financial Report FY 2017-18 that will be on the agenda for the City Council Meeting of December 11, 2018. A hard copy of the attached Financial Report will be sent to you and placed in today's mail. Also, I will be sending you a link to the Staff Report when it becomes available on Thursday, December 6, 2018. Thank you, Jessica Mejia, CIVIC I Deputy City Clerk II City of Chino Hills L1 . City Clerk's Office 14000 City Center Drive Chino Hills, CA 91709 P (909) 364-2616 F (909) 364-2695 jmeiia(dr chinohills.orq, city or www.chinohills.ora Chino Hills i) City of `..� Chino Hills CITY OF CHINO HILLS AFFIDAVIT OF MAILING Notice of Public Hearing: Annual Development Impact Fee Financial Report Fiscal Year 2017-18 STATE OF CALIFORNIA ) COUNTY OF SAN BERNARDINO ) ss. CITY OF CHINO HILLS ) I, Jessica Mejia, do hereby certify that a copy of the attached Annual Development Impact Fee Financial Report Fiscal Year 2017-18 was mailed to each and every person set forth on the attached list on November 26, 2018. Mailing of this document was completed by placing a copy of said document in an envelope, with postage prepaid, and depositing same in the U.S. Mail at Chino Hills, California. I declare under penalty of perjury that the foregoing is true and correct. Dated at Chino Hills, California, November 26, 2018. Jessica Mejia, De4ty City Clerk 11 I x ,rt"y. ,,' G� �a ^W. t� ray �dtl •1�, � '4 •. •d �', ymc,, '� a 4q`y,4':.., y y� R,y� ,� . ., t,,�a��'s r (. t,k.''%•.± 'r,�t���+y1>rA(q ��,,,5' r+ a', �"eN,r•Md p"'i:�%?W'�,! 1*'pr „1£:�,r�,t;�wYi�'6ir;,r3'^r� �,y'+�',�'�'?'�1� ��r A� •.:I•a'P .'?y� .g _ •T ^i �+ � r � ;' 's;-''"ii� ' � �' ' � � �i, fb '� Hit � •, !a �' � w r Ir t � ' ,rrrv�'��� � "�� '� ry�N ��� t M1 '.,'rh d�� CUI ! 7, I{t• , '� 1 �4 k 7r gap "Awn ,1wrr a lr `4 tli��n yMar a d",�44� + wig r f \ -"�"' ' I - t h/ � _ r(.>,.a 9' q �d'•� �'��R' r �`d�'M" .v1 ,F,l K7, ( j��r' d tr W O U) 00 - ;\ nn,f1 C r,h;,N,jfGVGgCk*g�,rx Y�x _(tj - QCU fB .Q M eid , r Fi "a yr�P vgY9 it wr co r � � . � L r , - I, lit I,vr�l yr �k Y�r" r^w 'f' , �'�""� i� �+^,r,�•a U W Q65 O > rn C C� knn Q N Lo r c J � O fat rq l , I 7 a) I ,! J ' •,,, r e ' .' - ,• 1 e, ' , r _ � ° r �1�` C �'S� �3�p,,n � �''� N � ��r1 �4� r t u " City of Chino Hills CITY OF CHINO HILLS AFFIDAVIT STATE OF CALIFORNIA ) COUNTY OF SAN BERNARDINO ) §. CITY OF CHINO HILLS ) JESSICA MEJIA, being first duly sworn, deposes and says: That she is the duly appointed and qualified City Clerk of the City of Chino Hills; That in compliance with the State laws of the State of California, the following record: 1. Annual Development Impact Fee Financial Report For Fiscal Year 2017-18 attached hereto and made a part hereof, were made available to the public for viewing from November 26, 2018 to December 11, 2018 in the Office of the City Clerk. Dated this 26th of November, 2018. ASSICA MEJIA u DEPUTY CITY CLERK II i Chino Hills ANNUAL DEVELOPMENT IMPACT FEE FINANCIAL REPORT FISCAL YEAR 2017-18 BACKGROUND The Mitigation Fee Act, Government Code §66000 et seq., (the "Act") governs the establishment and administration of development impact fees paid by new development projects for public facilities needed to serve new development. Fees must be separately accounted for and used for the specific purpose for which the fee was imposed. The City's adopted development impact fees are listed in this report. Expenditures are authorized annually through the City's Adopted Budget and the Capital Improvement Program which is on file with the City Clerk's office. ANNUAL DEVELOPMENT FEE REPORTING In accordance with Government Code Section §66006(b), the City is required to make available on an annual basis, the following information regarding certain Development Fee funds for the fiscal year: • A brief description of the type of fee in the account or fund. • The amount of the fee. • The beginning and ending balance of the account or fund. • The amount of the fees collected and the interest earned. • An identification of each public improvement on which fees were expended and the amount of the expenditures on each improvement, including the total percentage of the cost of the public improvement that was funded with fees. • An identification of an approximate date by which the construction of the public improvement will commence if the local agency determines that sufficient funds have been collected to complete financing on an incomplete public improvement identified in the capital improvement program, General Plan, a Specific Plan, or other public documents, and the public improvement remains incomplete. • A description of each interfund transfer or loan made from the account or fund, if any, including the public improvement on which the transferred or loaned fees will be expended, and, in the case of an interfund loan, the date on which the loan will be repaid, and the rate of interest that the account or fund will receive on the loan. • The amount of refunds made pursuant to subdivision (e) of §66001 and any allocations pursuant to subdivision (f) of §66001. The disclosure of the information to the public needs to be made within 180 days after the end of the fiscal year, and the City Council needs to review the disclosure statements not less than 15 days after the disclosure is made. For the fiscal year ended June 30, 2018, no refunds were made pursuant to subdivision (e) of §66001 and there were no allocations pursuant to subdivision (f) of §66001. 2 This report was compiled based on the annual financial statements of the City as of June 30, 2018. It provides an opportunity for management and staff to evaluate what is available for the City's development, to plan what can be accomplished with the resources identified, and to inform the public of future projects. Questions regarding the data in this report should be directed to the City's Finance Department at 14000 Civic Center Drive, Chino Hills, California 91709 or by phone at (909) 364-2640. This report was submitted to City Council on December 11, 2018, and is organized as follows: Section 1. A brief description of the purpose of each development impact fee, its authorizing legislation and current amount of each development impact fee (Government Code §66006(b)(1)(A)). Section 2. A summary of the beginning fund balance, annual fee revenue collected and interest earned, public improvement expenditures, a description of each interfund transfer or loan made from the account or fund, if any, including the public improvement on which the transferred or loaned fees will be expended, and, in the case of an interfund loan, the date on which the loan will be repaid, and the rate of interest that the account or fund will receive on the loan, and the ending fund balance for each fee (Government Code §66006(b)(1)(C) and (D)). Section 3. A list of projects to be funded by development impact fees, the amount of the expenditures on each improvement, including the total percentage of the cost of the public improvement that was funded with the fees and an approximate date by which the construction of the public improvements will commence if sufficient funds have been collected to complete financing on an incomplete public improvement. Section 4. Quimby Act financial information required by Government Code Section 66477(a)(6)(A)(i)". 3 SECTION 1 CITY OF CHINO HILLS DEVELOPMENT IMPACT FEE DESCRIPTION Development Fee Name I Brief Description of the Type of Fee Affordable Housing In -Lieu Fee The Affordable Housing In -Lieu Fee is the fee assessed on new construction in the amount representing new construction's proportionate share of the cost of constructing the affordable housing unit. Existing Infrastructure Fee The Existing Infrastructure Fee is the fee assessed on new construction in the amount representing new construction's proportionate share of existing infrastructure debt, in the form of credits earned through reimbursement agreements, assessment district installment payments made, the outstanding assessment district principal, and other reimbursement obligations of the City. General City Facilities Fee The General City Facilities Fee is the fee assessed on new construction in the amount representing new construction's proportionate share of the cost of constructing the general city facilities, less any amount deducted from such cost representing existing development's share of such cost, where appropriate. Parks & Recreation Facilities Fee The Parks & Recreation Facilities Fee is the fee assessed on new construction in the amount representing new construction's proportionate share of the cost of constructing the parks and recreation facilities, including land development, less any amount deducted from such cost representing existing development's share of such cost, where appropriate. Parkland (Quimby In -Lieu) Fee The Parkland (Quimby In -Lieu) Fee is the fee assessed on new construction in the amount representing new construction's proportionate share of the cost of constructing the parks or recreation facilities, including land development, less any amount deducted from such cost representing existing development's share of such cost, where appropriate. Sewer Facilities Fee The Sewer Facilities Fee is the fee assessed on new construction in the amount representing new construction's proportionate share of the cost of constructing the sewer facilities, less any amount deducted from such cost representing existing development's share of such cost, where appropriate. Storm Drain Facilities Fee The Storm Drain Facilities Fee is the fee assessed on new construction in the amount representing new construction's proportionate share of the cost of constructing the storm drain facilities, less any amount deducted from such cost representing existing development's share of such cost, where appropriate. Traffic Facilities Fee The Traffic Facilities Fee is the fee assessed on new construction in the amount representing new construction's proportionate share of the cost of constructing the traffic facilities, less any amount deducted from such cost representing existing development's share of such cost, where appropriate. Traffic Signal Fee The Traffic Signal Fee is the feeassessed on new construction in the amount representing new construction's proportionate share of the cost of constructing the related traffic infrastructure, less any amount deducted from such cost representing existing development's share of such cost, where appropriate. The Traffic Signal Fee is designated to a specific project where the new construction has direct impact to the assessed area based on analysis. Traffic Impact Fee The Traffic Impact Fee is the fee assessed on new construction in the amount representing new construction's proportionate share of the cost of constructing the related traffic infrastructure, to mitigate traffic impacts due to the new development, less any amount deducted from such cost representing existing development's share of such cost, where appropriate. The Traffic Impact Fee is designated to a specific project where the new construction has direct impact to the assessed area based on analysis. Water Facilities Fee The Water Facilities Fee is the fee assessed on new construction in the amount representing new construction's proportionate share of the cost of constructing the water facilities, less any amount deducted from such cost representing existing development's share of such cost, where appropriate. 4 SECTION 1 CITY OF CHINO HILLS DEVELOPMENT IMPACT FEE SCHEDULE a Fee Category I Land Use Type I Unit 1AMount of Fed Affordable Housing In -Lieu ISingle-Family INot to exceed $3,500 per unit I$ 1/Sq. Ft. (Multi -Family I Not to exceed $1,000 per unit I 1$ 1/Sq. Ft. Existing Infrastructure ISingle-Family IDwelling Unit I 1$ 11,450 (Multi -Family IDwelling Unit 1$ 11,450 [Commercial 11,000 SF 1$ 2,290 IBusiness Park 11,000 SF 1$ 2,290 (Private Institutional 11,000 SF 1$ 2,290 (Public Institutional 11,000 SF 1$ 2,290 (Commercial Recreation) I TBD General City Facilities I ISingle-Family I IDwelling Unit I 1$ 1,791 (Multi -Family IDwelling Unit 1$ 1,791 [Private Institutional 11,000 SF 1$ 698 (Commercial Recreationl I I TBD Parks and Recreation Facilities ISingle-Family I IDwelling Unit I 1$ 2,422 (Multi -Family 1 IDwelling Unit 1 1$ 2,422 Parkland (Quimby In -Lieu) ISingle-Family IDwelling Unit 1 1$ 867 (Multi -Family IDwelling Unit 1$ 867 Sewer Facilities b 1 ISingle-Family 1 IDwelling Unit 1 1$ 462 (Multi -Family IDwelling Unit 1$ 462 (Non -Residential IDwelling Unit I TBD Storm Drain Facilities I ISingle-Family I IDwelling Unit I 1$ 1,261 (Multi -Family IDwelling Unit 1$ 1,261 (Commercial 11,000 SF 1$ 870 IBusiness Park 11,000 SF 1$ 655 (Private Institutional 11,000 SF 1$ 870 IPublic Institutional 11,000 SF 1$ 870 (Commercial Recreation) [ TBD Traffic Facilities I ISingle-Family I IDwelling Unit I 1$ 228 (Multi -Family [Dwelling Unit 1$ 228 Traffic Impact 1 ISingle-Family 1 19.57 trips per dwelling unit @$57.95 each 1 1$ 554.60/DU (Multi -Family 16.65 trip per dwelling unit 0$57.95 each 1$ 385.38/DU (Retail 10.02925 trips per square foot @$57.95 each 1$ 1.70/Sq. Ft. (Office 10.01100 trips per square foot @$57.95 each 1$ 0.64/Sq. Ft. (industrial I 10.00697 trips per square foot 0$57.95 each I 1$ 0.40/Sq, Ft. Water Facilities ° ISingle-Family IDwelling Unit I 1$ 6,415 (Multi -Family IDwelling Unit 1$ 4,490 [Non -Residential IPer 1" meter 1$ 6,415 (Non -Residential IPer 1 1/2" meter 1$ 9,623 INon-Residential IPer 2"meter 1$ 20,527 INon-Residential IPer 3" meter 1$ 44,905 Non -Residential IPer 4"meter 1$ 76,979 Non -Residential IPer 6" meter 1$ 160,374 INon-Residential IPer 8" meter 1$ 230,938 INon-Residential IPer 10" meter 1$ 372,068 (Non -Residential IPer 12" meter 1$ 513,197 a Fees in effect during Fiscal Year 2017-18. b Not imposed if septic system is used. Imposed at time of connection. CITY OF CHINO HILLS PARKS & RECREATION FACILITIES FEE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 2018 Beginning fund balance Revenues: Parks & recreation facilities fee Parks & recreation facilities fee credits Apportioned interest Total Revenues Expenditures: Debt service payments Impact fee credits Administrative overhead (7.5%) Total Expenditures Ending fund balance June 30, 2018 SECTION 2 $ 400,778 876,764 263,989 a (1,577) 1,139,176 7,747 263,989 a 85,556 357,292 $ 1,182,662 b Interfund Loan Notes: During Fiscal Year 2017-18, the Parks and Recreation Facilities Fee fund paid off the remaining interfund obligation of $385,750 for the New Community Park. Notes: a A total of $263,989 Parks & Recreation Facilities Fee Credits were assigned to CalAtlantic Homes in Fiscal Year 2017-18, based on Agreement All 5-140 for the construction of the Pinehurst Park. b The ending fund balance in the Parks & Recreation Facilities Fee Fund is designated for the following: Project Name Estimated Cost Start Date Los Serranos Park (Formerly Bird Farm Park) $ 2,236,800 FY 17/18 Galstian Park Site and Community Center 2,628,240 FY 22/23 Total Estimated Cost $ 4,865,040 r q SECTION 2 CITY OF CHINO HILLS EXISTING INFRASTRUCTURE FEE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 2018 Beginning fund balance $ 4,703,710 Revenues: Existing infrastructure fee 4,637,531 Assessment district credits & lien payoff 1,144,022 a Developer agreement credits 114,875 Apportioned interest (19,833) Total Revenues 5,876,595 Expenditures: Developer reimbursement agreement 745,107 b Assessment district credits 1,258,898 a Administrative overhead (7.5%) 433,616 Total Expenditures 2,437,621 Ending fund balance June 30, 2018 $ 8,142,684 Notes: a These amounts represent assessment district credits taken by the developers at the time when permits were pulled. As a result, outstanding development related obligations were reduced by the credits taken. b This amount represents developer credits given to Sumitomo Realty, Richmond American Homes, and Chan Oh, according to agreement No. A00-15, in the amounts of $707,000, $34,607, and $3,500, respectively. The ending balance of the Existing Infrastructure Fee fund is restricted for the Soquel Canyon Parkway construction in the amount of $898,445, and developer debt obligations totaling $16,556,180.45 of which $3.6 million is in the process of being paid once sufficient supporting documentation has been provided to the City. 7 SECTION 2 CITY OF CHINO HILLS GENERAL CITY FACILITIES FEE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 2018 Beginning fund balance $ 3,950,822 Revenues: General city facilities fee 851,152 Apportioned interest (11,383) Total Revenues 839,769 Expenditures: Administrative overhead (7.5%) 63,837 Total Expenditures 63,837 a Ending fund balance June 30, 2018 $ 4,726,7 r 4 Note: a The ending fund balance in the General City Facilities Fee Fund is designated for the following: Proiect Name Estimated Cost Start Date Fire Facilities at Soquel Canyon Pkwy & Pipeline Ave $ 4,000,000 FY 22/23 City Entry Monument (10 Locations) 503,850 FY 18/19 City Yard & Transfer Station 3,023,100 FY 19/20 Total Estimated Cost $ 7,526,950 8 SECTION 2 CITY OF CHINO HILLS TRAFFIC FACILITIES FEE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 2018 Beginning fund balance $ 2,379,114 Revenues: Traffic facilities fee 107,220 Apportioned interest (4,027) Total Revenues 103,193 Expenditures: Administrative overhead (7.5%) 8,042 Total Expenditures 8,042 Ending fund balance June 30, 2018 $ 2,474,265 a Note: a The ending fund balance in the Traffic Facilities Fee Fund is designated for the following: Project Name Estimated Cost Start Date Pine Avenue Extension $ 1,411,116 FY 22/23 Soquel Canyon Pkwy Extension 1,679,500 FY 25/26 Total Estimated Cost $ 3,090,616 9 SECTION 2 CITY OF CHINO HILLS STORM DRAIN FACILITIES FEE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 2018 Beginning fund balance $ 6,784,600 Revenues: Storm drain facilities fee 718,904 Apportioned interest (14,658) Total Revenues 704,246 Expenditures: Administrative overhead (7.5%) 53,918 Total Expenditures 53,918 Ending fund balance June 30, 2018 $ 7,434,928 a Note: a The ending fund balance in the Storm Drain Facilities Fee Fund is designated for the following: Project Name Estimated Cost Start Date Little Chino Creek: D-4-1 Little Chino Cr. @ Peyton $ 1,700,000 FY 22/23 Little Chino Creek: D-6-1 Eucalyptus from Peyton to City limits 4,050,000 FY 22/23 Lower Los Serranos (Upper Soquel) 1,600,000 FY 20/21 City-wide Storm Drain Master Plan Study 201,540 FY 19/20 English Creek Channel 2,000,000 FY 01/02 Total Estimated Cost $ 9,551,640 10 SECTION 2 CITY OF CHINO HILLS TRAFFIC IMPACT FEE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 2018 Beginning fund balance $ 4,437 Revenues: Traffic impact fee 43,709 Apportioned interest (285) Total Revenues 43,424 Expenditures: Administrative overhead (7.5%) 3,611 Total Expenditures 3,611 Ending fund balance June 30, 2018 S 44,250 a Note: e Fiscal Year 2017-18 is the second year of collecting the Traffic Impact Fee since adoption by City Council on April 11, 2017. 11 SECTION 2 CITY OF CHINO HILLS WATER FACILITIES FEE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 2018 Beginning fund balance $ 14,693,343 Revenues: Water facilities fee 2,019,882 Apportioned interest (36,421) Fire flow testing 5,850 Total Revenues 1,989,311 Expenditures: Administrative overhead (7.5%) 151,491 Capital improvement projects: Reservoir No. 18 254,937 Total Expenditures 406,428 Ending fund balance June 30, 2018 $ 16,276,226 a Note: a The ending fund balance in the Water Facilities Fee Fund is designated for the following: Project Name Estimated Cost Start Date Reservoir No. 18 $ 5,040,797 FY 03/04 Reservoir No. 43 - Intermediate Zone 3,654,000 FY 22/23 Reservoir No. 43 - Feeder Pipeline 535,920 FY 24/25 Soquel Canyon Recycled - Water Distribution Main 1,100,000 FY 24/25 High Zone Recycled (Western Hills) 1,500,000 FY 24/25 Reservoir No. 46 - Replacement 4,019,400 FY 23/24 Well 18 Equipment 660,000 FY 19/20 Supervisory Control & Data Acquisition System (SCADA) 660,000 FY 18/19 Reservoir No. 25 - Tonner Canyon 3,045,000 FY24/25 Tonner Canyon Pipeline 1,452,000 FY 28/29 Reservoir No. 2 3,045,000 FY 19/20 City-wide Water and Recycled Water Master Plan Study 201,540 FY 18/19 Total Estimated Cost $ 24,913,657 12 SECTION 2 CITY OF CHINO HILLS SEWER FACILITIES FEE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 2018 Beginning fund balance $ 4,557,455 Revenues: Sewer facilities fee 232,292 Apportioned interest (19,814) Total Revenues 212,478 Expenditures Administrative overhead (7.5%) 16,533 Capital improvement project: Supervisory Control & Data Acquisition System (SCADA) 50,110 Total Expenditures 66,643 Ending fund balance June 30, 2018 $ 4,703,290 a Note: a The ending fund balance in the Sewer Facilities Fee Fund is designated for the following: Project Name Estimated Cost Start Date Grand Ave / Highway 71 Trunk Relief $ 156,103 FY 22/23 Carbon Canyon Trunk - One Lift Station, etc. 1,850,000 FY 22/23 Supervisory Control & Data Acquisition System (SCADA) 1,331,000 FY 10/11 Rincon Trunk Relief Sewer: C-P3 1,034 LF of 15-inch sewer 500,000 FY 20/21 Rincon Trunk Relief Sewer C-P4 Upgrade pumps for lift 400,000 FY 22/23 Carbon Canyon Trunk: H-PI 2,480 ft. of 8-inch relief sewer 500,000 FY 24/25 Country Club Trunk: J-P1 1,350 ft. of 15-inch relief sewer 650,000 FY 25/26 City-wide Water and Recycled Water Master Plan Study 167,950 FY 19/20 Total Estimated Cost $ 5,555,053 13 SECTION 2 CITY OF CHINO HILLS TRAFFIC SIGNAL FEE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 2018 Beginning fund balance $ 321,773 Revenues: Apportioned Interest 1,098 Total Revenues 1,098 Expenditures: Developer reimbursement agreement 99,608 Capital improvement projects: ISNS replacement @SR-71 off -ramps 37,243 Right turn overlap- Grand Ave. & Boys Republic Dr. Traffic mitigation fee study Total Expenditures 136,861 Ending fund balance June 30, 2018 $ 186,020 Note: a The ending fund balance in the Traffic Signal Fee Fund is designated for the following: Project Name Estimated Cost Start Date ISNS Replacement @SR-71 Off -Ramps $ 50,000 FY 16/17 Traffic Signal @ Soquel Canyon Parkway and Pipeline Ave. 250,000 FY 22/23 Total Estimated Cost $ 300,000 14 SECTION 2 CITY OF CHINO HILLS AFFORDABLE HOUSING IN -LIEU FEE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 2018 Beginning fund balance $ 2,245,434 Revenues: Affordable housing in -lieu fee 772,249 Apportioned interest (9,342) Total Revenues 762,907 Expenditures: Professional Services 27,470 Legal Services 21 Total Expenditures 27,491 Ending fund balance June 30, 2018 $ 2,980,850 B Note: a The City has committed to donate two lots to the Habitat for Humanity in the Los Serranos Area. These lots will be used in the Veteran Build Homes Program. The fair market value of these lots, including the related permit fees and costs, are estimated to be around $400,000. For the remaining funds, the City is considering programs such as assistance to first time home buyer, housing rehabilitation, rental subsidy and possible contributions toward construction of new affordable units. 15 SECTION 3 CITY OF CHINO HILLS CURRENT AND FUTURE CAPITAL PROJECTS % OF COST COST COST TOTAL ALLOCATED ALLOCATED ALLOCATED COST FOR DATE TO DATE OF TO NEW TO NEW TO EXISTING EXPENDED DESCRIPTION FACILITY COMMENCE COMPLETION DEVELOPMENT DEVELOPMENT DEVELOPMENT AS OF 6/30118 OTHER FUNDING SOURCES PARKS & RECREATION FACILITIES FEE (027) Los Serranos Park (Formerly Bird Farm Park) $ 4,000,000 FY 17/18 FY 18/19 55.92% $ 2,236,800 $ 1,763,200 $ - Quimby in -Lieu, CFD 5 Galstian Park Site and Community Center 4.700,000 FY 22/23 FY 24/25 55,92% 2,628,240 2,071.760 - General Furl TOTAL PARKS & RECREATION FACILITIES FEE $ 8,700,000 66.92% $ 4,865,040 $ 3,834,960 $ - PARKLAND (QUIMBY IN-1JEU) FEE (028) Los Semenos Park (Formerly Bird Farm Park) $ 4,0D0,000 FY 17/18 FY 18/19 18.75% $ 750.000 $ 3,250,000 $ - Park & Rec Fac Fee, CFD 5 TOTAL PARKLAND (QUIMBY IN{IEU) FEE $ 4,000,000 18.761/6 $ 750,000 $ 3,260,000 $ - TRAFFIC SIGNAL FEE (131) ISNS Replacement @SR-71 Off -Ramps $ 50,000 FY 16/17 FY 17/18 100,00% $ 50,000 $ - $ 37,243 Traffic Signal Fee Traffic Signal @ Soquel Canyon Parkway and Pipeline Ave. 250,000 FY 22/23 FY 2324 100.00% 250,000 - - Traffic Signal Fee TOTAL TRAFFIC SIGNAL FEE $ 300,000 1100,0070 $ 300,000 $ - $ 37,243 GENERAL CITY FACILITIES FEE (133) Fire Facilities at Soquel Canyon Pkwy & Pipeline Ave $ 4,000,000 FY 2223 FY 26127 100.00% $ 4,000,000 $ - $ - City Entry Monument (10 Locations) 1,50Q000 FY 18/19 FY 25/26 33,59% 503,860 996,150 - General Fund, Gas Tax City Yard & Transfer Station 9,000,000 FY 19/20 FY 200 33.59% 3,023,100 5,976,900 - General Fund TOTAL GENERAL CITY FACILITIES FEE $ 14,500,000 61.91% $ 7,526,950 $ 6,973,050 $ - TRAFFIC FACILITIES FEE (134) Pine Avenue Extension $ 4,201,000 FY 22/23 FY 2324 33.590,E $ 1,411,116 $ 2,789,884 $ - Grant Soque) Canyon Pkwy Extension 5,000,000 FY 25/26 FY 29/30 33.59% 1,679,500 3.320.500 - Grant TOTAL TRAFFIC FACILITIES FEE $ 9,201,000 33.69% $ 3,090,616 $ 6,110,384 $ - STORM DRAIN FACILITIES FEE (135) Little Chino Creek: D-4-1 Little Chino Cr. @ Peyton $ 1,700,D00 FY 2223 FY 23/24 100.00% $ 1,700,000 $ - $ - Little Chino Creek: D-6-1 Eucalyptus from Peyton to City limits 4,050,000 FY 22/23 FY 23/24 100.00% 4,050,000 - - Lower Los Seranos (Upper Soquel) 1,600,000 FY 2021 FY 23/24 100.00% 1,600,000 - - City-wide Storm Drain Master Plan Study 600,000 FY 19/20 FY 21/22 33.59% 201,540 398.460 - General Fund English Creek Channel 2,000,000 FY 01102 FY 2021 100.00% 2,000,000 - - TOTAL STORM DRAIN FACILITIES FEE $ 9,950,000 96.00% $ 9,651,S40 $ 398,460 $ - 16 SECTION 3 CITY OF CHINO HILLS CURRENT AND FUTURE CAPITAL PROJECTS % OF COST COST COST TOTAL ALLOCATED ALLOCATED ALLOCATED COST FOR DATE TO DATE OF TO NEW TO NEW TO EXISTING EXPENDED DESCRIPTION FACILITY COMMENCE COMPLETION DEVELOPMENT DEVELOPMENT DEVELOPMENT AS OF W30I18 OTHER FUNDING SOURCES WATER FACILITIES FEE (607) Reservoir No. 18 $ 8,277,170 FY 03/04 FY 18119 60.90% $ 5,040,797 $ 3,236,373 $ 254.937 Water Utility Fund Reservoir No. 43 - Intermediate Zone 6,000,000 FY 2223 FY 2425 60.90% 3,654.000 2,346,000 - Water Utility Fund Reservoir No. 43 - Feeder Pipeline 880,000 FY 2425 FY 2627 60.90% 535,920 344,080 - Water Utility Fund Soquel Canyon Recycled - Water Distribution Main 1,100,DDO FY 2425 FY 26/27 100.00% 1,100,000 - - High Zone Recycled (Westem Hills) 1,500,000 FY 2425 FY 2627 100.00% 1,500,000 - - Reservoir No. 46 - Replacement 6,600,000 FY 23/24 FY 2526 60.90% 4,019,400 2,580,600 - Water Utility Fund Wei 18 Equipment 825.000 FY 1920 FY 2122 80.00% 660,000 165,000 - Water Utility Fund Supervisory Control & Data Acquisition System (SCADA) $25,000 FY 18/19 FY 1920 80,00% 660,000 165,000 - Water Utility Fund Reservoir No. 25-Tonner Canyon 5,000,000 FY2425 FY2728 60,90% 3,D45,000 1,955,000 - Water Utility Fund Tonner Canyon Pipeline 1,452,000 FY 2829 FY 30/31 100.00% 1,452,000 - - Reservoir No. 2 5,000,000 FY 1920 FY 2223 60,90% 3,045,000 1,955,000 - Water Utility Fund City -vide Water and Recycled Water Master Plan Study 600,DOO FY 18/19 FY 1920 33,59% 201,540 398,460 - Water Utility Fund TOTAL WATER FACILITIES FEE $ 38,059,170 66.46% $ 24,913,657 $ 13,145,613 $ 264,937 SEWER FACILITIES FEE (506) Grand Ave / Highway 71 Trunk Relief $ 213,840 FY 2223 FY 2324 73.00% $ 156,103 $ 57,737 $ - Sewer Utility Fund Carbon Canyon Trunk- One Lift Station, etc. 1,850,000 FY 2223 FY 2324 1D0.00% 1,850,000 - - Supervisory Control & Data Acquisition System (SCADA) 1,331,000 FY 10/11 FY 1920 100.00% 1,331,000 - 50,110 Rincon Trunk Relief Sewer: C-P3 1,034 LF of 16-Inch sewer 500,000 FY 200 FY 2324 100.00% 500,0()0 - - Rlncon Trunk Relief Sewer C-P4 Upgrade pumps for lift stations 400,000 FY 2223 FY 2425 100.00% 400,000 - - Carbon Canyon Trunk: H-Pi 2,480 ft. of 8-inch relief sewer 500,000 FY 2425 FY 2829 100.1)0% 500,000 - - Country Club Trunk: J-PI 1,350 ft. of 15-inch relief sewer 650,000 FY 2526 FY 29/30 100.00% 650,000 - - City-wide Water and Recycled Water Master Plan Study 500,000 FY 1920 FY 2122 33.59% 167,950 332,050 - Sewer Utility Fund TOTAL SEWER FACILITIES FEE $ 6,944,940 93."% $ 5,565,053 $ 389,787 $ 50,110 AFFORDABLE HOUSING IN -LIEU FEE (018) Two City Lots In the Los Semmos Area donated to Habitat for Humanity-Vateran Build Horses Program; Including Permit Fees and Related Costs (Estimated) $ 400,000 FY 17/18 FY 18/19 100.DO% $ 400.000 $ - $ - TOTAL AFFORDABLE HOUSINGIN-LIEU FEE $ 400,000 100.00% $ 400,000 $ - $ - 17 SECTION 4 CITY OF CHINO HILLS PARKLAND (QUIMBY IN -LIEU) FEES FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 2018 Beginning fund balance $ 2,081,180 Revenues: Quimby in -lieu fees collected 292,179 Quimby in -lieu fees credits 94,503 Apportioned interest (4,618) Total Revenues 382,064 Expenditures: Quimby in -lieu fee credits 94,503 Administrative overhead (7.5%) 29,001 Total Expenditures 123,504 Ending fund balance June 30, 2018 $ 2,339,740 a Note: a The City has reserved a total of $916,984 of the Parkland (Quimby in -lieu) Fees ending fund balance for the reimbursement of Pinehurst Park construction costs, which was completed by the developer in Fiscal Year 2017-18. The developer of the project will be reimbursed for all approved construction costs following the completion of an audit of these costs, as per agreement No. A14-34. In addition, $750,000 of the Parkland Fees have been designated for the construction of Los Serranos Park (formerly known as Bird Farm Park). 18