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05-28-2019 CC Rpt 13COUNCIL AGENDA STAFF REPORTCOUNCIL AGENDA STAFF REPORT TO: HONORABLE MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL MEMBERS DATE: MAY 28, 2019 FROM: CITY MANAGER ITEM NO:13 SUBJECT:RESOLUTION TO SET TIME AND PLACE FOR THE PUBLIC HEARING OF ANNUAL ASSESSMENTS FOR THE CHINO HILLS LANDSCAPE AND LIGHTING DISTRICT NO. 1 RECOMMENDATION: Adopt a resolution entitled: A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CHINO HILLS, CALIFORNIA, ACTING IN ITS CAPACITY AS THE GOVERNING BODY OF THE CHINO HILLS LANDSCAPE AND LIGHTING DISTRICT NO. 1, SETTING THE DATE, TIME, AND PLACE FOR CONFIRMATION OF ANNUAL ASSESSMENTS FOR THE CHINO HILLS LANDSCAPE AND LIGHTING DISTRICT NO. 1, PURSUANT TO THE PROVISIONS OF THE LANDSCAPING AND LIGHTING ACT OF 1972 (STREETS AND HIGHWAYS CODE, SECTION 22500 ET SEQ., STATE OF CALIFORNIA). BACKGROUND/ANALYSIS: Chino Hills Landscape and Lighting District No. 1 (District 1) was formed to provide street lighting, park, open space, landscaping maintenance, and improvements throughout the District. On February 12, 2019, the City Council adopted Resolution No. 2019R-003 ordering the Engineer's Annual Levy Report for the 2019-20 fiscal year. Annually, the City Council must conduct a public hearing to review the cost of operation for Landscape and Lighting as presented in the Engineer's Annual Levy Report and to set the annual assessments on properties within the District. The date for this hearing will be June 25, 2019. The Engineer's Annual Levy Report for fiscal year 2019-20, with proposed assessments is attached and is now on file with the City Clerk. A map depicting the District Zones can be viewed on the City's Website at www.chinohills.org/LandLDistrictsMap and is also available at the Office of the City Clerk. ENVIRONMENTAL (CEQA) REVIEW: This action is not a project within the meaning of the California Environmental Quality Act (California Public Resources Code § 2100, et seq., "CEQA") and CEQA Guidelines (Title 14 California Code of Regulations § 15000, et seq.) Section 15378 and is therefore exempt from CEQA. FISCAL IMPACT: Funding for the proposed maintenance and improvement expenses, in part, will be provided by the assessment charges proposed in the Engineer's Annual Levy Report and will be levied against those properties receiving benefit from the services provided. Funding for the Engineer's Report is contained within the 2018-19 fiscal year budget. 85/252 REVIEWED BY OTHERS: This item has been reviewed by the Finance Director. Respectfully Submitted,Recommended By: Attachments 2019-20 Engineer's Report for L&L District No. 1 Resolution - Landscape and Lighting District No. 1 86/252 City of Chino Hills Landscape and Lighting District No. 1 2019/2020 ENGINEER’S ANNUAL LEVY REPORT Initiation Meeting: February 12, 2019 Intent Meeting: May 28, 2019 Public Hearing: June 25, 2019 27368 Via Industria Suite 200 Temecula, CA 92590 T 951.587.3500 | 800.755.6864 F 951.587.3510 www.willdan.com/financial 87/252 88/252 TABLE OF CONTENTS I. OVERVIEW 1 A. INTRODUCTION 1 B. COMPLIANCE WITH CURRENT LEGISLATION 1 II. DESCRIPTION OF THE DISTRICT 3 A. GENERAL IMPROVEMENTS AND SERVICES WITHIN THE DISTRICT 3 B. IMPROVEMENTS AUTHORIZED BY THE 1972 ACT 4 C. DISTRICT ZONES AND SPECIFIC AREAS OF IMPROVEMENT 5 III. CHANGES TO THE DISTRICT 7 IV. METHOD OF APPORTIONMENT 7 V. DISTRICT BUDGETS 8 A. DESCRIPTION OF BUDGET ITEMS 8 B. DISTRICT BUDGETS 10 APPENDIX A – DISTRICT BOUNDARY MAPS 11 APPENDIX B – 2019/2020 COLLECTION ROLL 12 89/252 2019/2020 City of Chino Hills Landscape and Lighting District No. 1 Page 1 of 12 I. OVERVIEW A.INTRODUCTION The City of Chino Hills (“City”) annually levies and collects special assessments in order to maintain the improvements that provide a special benefit to properties within the Chino Hills Landscape and Lighting District No. 1 (“District”). The County of San Bernardino transferred the District to the City in 1991. The District is levied annually pursuant to the Landscape and Lighting Act of 1972, Part 2 of Division 15 of the California Streets and Highways Code (“the 1972 Act”). The Engineer’s Annual Levy Report (“Report”) describes the District, any changes to the District, and the proposed assessments for Fiscal Year 2019/2020. The assessments are based on the historical and estimated cost to maintain the improvements that provide a direct and special benefit to properties within the District. The improvements within the District and the corresponding costs, including expenditures, deficits, surpluses, revenues, and reserves, are budgeted and assessed for each distinct benefit Zone (“Zones”). For the purposes of this Report, the word “parcel” refers to an individual property assigned its own Assessment Number by the San Bernardino County Assessor’s Office. The San Bernardino County Auditor/Controller uses Assessment Numbers and specific Fund Numbers to identify properties assessed for special district benefit assessments on the tax roll. Following consideration of public comments and written protests at a noticed public hearing and review of the Report, the City Council may order amendments to the Report or confirm the Report as submitted. Following final approval of the Report and confirmation of the assessments, the Council may, by resolution, order the levy and collection of assessments for Fiscal Year 2019/2020 pursuant to the 1972 Act. In such case, the assessments approved will be submitted to the County Auditor/Controller and included on the property tax roll for each parcel in Fiscal Year 2019/2020. B.COMPLIANCE WITH CURRENT LEGISLATION On November 5, 1996, California voters approved the Right to Vote on Taxes Act (“Proposition 218”) by a margin of 56.5% to 43.5%. The provisions of the Proposition 218, now California Constitutional Articles XIIIC and XIIID, can be summarized in four general areas: Strengthens the general and special tax provisions of Proposition 13 and Proposition 62. Extends the initiative process to local taxes, assessments, fees, and charges. Adds substantive and procedural requirements to assessments. 90/252 2019/2020 City of Chino Hills Landscape and Lighting District No. 1 Page 2 of 12  Adds substantive and procedural requirements to property-related fees and charges. The assessments contained in this report were imposed in accordance with voter approval pursuant to the City’s 1991 incorporation vote and/or a consent and waiver as part of the original development approval for the properties within the District. This process is considered the same as a petition. As such, the City has determined that the existing assessments are exempt from the substantive and procedural requirements of Article XIIID of the California Constitution (“Article XIIID”). However, any new or increased assessments above the Maximum Assessment Rates previously approved and levied by City Council will be subject to the requirements of Article XIIID. Table I is a list of the Benefit Zones within the District along with the zone description: TABLE I BENEFIT ZONES Zone Description 1-A Rolling Ridge 1-B The Oaks / Green Valley 1-C Commercial Property 1-HD The Oaks / Los Ranchos 1-I Los Ranchos 1-K Woodview 1-MD Butterfield Ranch / Rincon 1-N Carbon Canyon 1-P Carriage Hills 1-T Carbon Canyon 91/252 2019/2020 City of Chino Hills Landscape and Lighting District No. 1 Page 3 of 12 II. DESCRIPTION OF THE DISTRICT A.GENERAL IMPROVEMENTS AND SERVICES WITHIN THE DISTRICT Landscape and lighting improvements provided in the District includes turf, ground cover, shrubs, trees, fencing, irrigation systems, lighting, entry monuments, drainage systems, park facilities, open space, and associated appurtenances. These improvements include: necessary service; operations; administration; and maintenance required to keep the above mentioned improvements in a healthy, vigorous, and satisfactory condition, including weed abatement and prescribed burns which minimize the threat of fire in the open space areas. The costs of the improvements associated with each Zone are collected through annual assessments for each benefiting parcel. The funds collected for each Zone are dispersed and used for only the services and operations for which the properties are assessed. The costs of maintaining open space areas, community parks and certain arterial improvements are budgeted separately. Parcels benefiting from these improvements share proportionately in the costs associated with these improvements. It has been determined that specific parks within the District, Chino Hills Community Park (Eucalyptus at Peyton Drive), English Springs Park (Grand Avenue at Chino Hills Parkway), Veterans Park (Chino Hills Parkway and Eucalyptus Avenue), and Crossroads Park (Chino Hills Parkway and Carbon Canyon Road), provide a special benefit to the properties within the District. Each Zone is allocated a proportionate share of the cost of the maintenance and operations of the parks based on their special benefit. Similarly, the District is maintaining open space that provides a special benefit to the properties within the District. Each zone is allocated a proportionate share of the cost of the maintenance of the open space based on their special benefit. Within the District there are specific arterial improvements that benefit properties in various Zones. However, unlike the parks and open space that benefits the properties within the District, various arterial improvements provide special benefit to only certain Zones. The major arterial roadways are separated into three (3) areas of improvement: Los Ranchos, Woodview, and Carbon Canyon. The costs for arterial improvements in each area are assessed proportionately to the Zones that receive benefit from the arterial improvements. The Zones that receive benefit from the arterial roadways are Zone 1-C, Zone 1HD, Zone 1-I, Zone 1-K, Zone 1-N, Zone 1-P and Zone 1-T. The improvements maintained by the District include: ground cover, turf, shrubs, trees, fences, irrigation systems, multi-use trails, street lighting, and monuments along the arterial roadways. 92/252 2019/2020 City of Chino Hills Landscape and Lighting District No. 1 Page 4 of 12 B. IMPROVEMENTS AUTHORIZED BY THE 1972 ACT As applicable or may be applicable to this proposed District, the 1972 Act defines improvements to mean one or any combination of the following:  The installation or planting of landscaping.  The installation or construction of statuary, fountains, and other ornamental structures and facilities.  The installation or construction of public lighting facilities.  The installation or construction of any facilities which are appurtenant to any of the foregoing or which are necessary or convenient for the maintenance or servicing thereof, including, but not limited to, grading, clearing, removal of debris, the installation or construction of curbs, gutters, walls, sidewalks, or paving, or water, irrigation, drainage, or electrical facilities.  The maintenance or servicing, or both, of any of the foregoing.  The acquisition of any existing improvement otherwise authorized pursuant to this section. Incidental expenses associated with the improvements including, but not limited to:  The cost of preparation of the report, including plans, specifications, estimates, diagram, and assessment;  The costs of printing, advertising, and the publishing, posting and mailing of notices;  Compensation payable to the County for collection of assessments;  Compensation of any engineer or attorney employed to render services;  Any other expenses incidental to the construction, installation, or maintenance and servicing of the improvements;  Any expenses incidental to the issuance of bonds or notes pursuant to Section 22662.5.  Costs associated with any elections held for the approval of a new or increased assessment. The 1972 Act defines "maintain" or "maintenance" to mean furnishing of services and materials for the ordinary and usual maintenance, operation, and servicing of any improvement, including: 93/252 2019/2020 City of Chino Hills Landscape and Lighting District No. 1 Page 5 of 12 Repair, removal, or replacement of all or any part of any improvement. Providing for the life, growth, health, and beauty of landscaping, including cultivation, irrigation, utilities, trimming, spraying, fertilizing, or treating for disease or injury. The removal of trimmings, rubbish, debris, and other solid waste. The cleaning, sandblasting, and painting of walls and other improvements to remove or cover graffiti. C.DISTRICT ZONES AND SPECIFIC AREAS OF IMPROVEMENT The local improvements that are Zone specific are included in the Services and Supplies section of the budget. The following describes those Zone specific improvements in more detail. Each Zone receives benefit from Park Maintenance, Open Space Maintenance, and additional services as listed below. Zone 1-A - This Zone is located within the development area originally known as Rolling Ridge. The Zone is generally bounded by Highway 71 to the east, Grand Avenue to the south, the City Boundary to the north and the City Boundary to the west. These parcels also receive benefit from improvements including landscaping, irrigation systems, fencing, trails and monuments. Landscaping consists of woody shrubs, mature ground cover, mature trees, turf, and ornamental shrubs. The District maintains numerous rear and side yard slopes as well as landscaping along the Peyton Drive arterial roadway within the Zone, which does not border any other Zone. The Zone has two existing passive or neighborhood parks: Calle San Marcos and Skyview. Zone 1-B - This Zone is located within the development area known as Green Valley and is generally located south of Chino Hills Parkway, west of Peyton Drive, north of Valle Vista, and east of Carbon Canyon. These parcels also receive benefit from improvements consisting of ground cover, turf, shrubs, trees, and irrigation systems. The Zone has a minimal number of sizable slopes as compared with other Zones. The Zone has a single park known as Morningside. Zone 1-C - (Commercial Property) - This Zone consists of developed and vacant commercial properties. This Zone does not have a contiguous boundary. There are commercial properties along the west side of Highway 71, the north and south corners of Chino Hills Parkway and Grand Ave, the northeast and southwest corners of Grand and Peyton, the east and west sides of Pipeline north of Chino Hills Parkway and south of Highway 71, the western corner of Eucalyptus & Chino Hills Parkway, and The Zone does not maintain any local improvements. Zone 1-HD – This Zone consists of parcels within the development areas known as Oaks and the majority of Los Ranchos. This Zone does not have a contiguous boundary, and is generally west of Peyton and includes housing tracts along Chino Hills Parkway, 94/252 2019/2020 City of Chino Hills Landscape and Lighting District No. 1 Page 6 of 12 Eucalyptus and Peyton. In Fiscal Year 1995/1996, Zones 1-H and 1-D were consolidated into Zone 1-HD. These parcels also receive benefit from landscaping, irrigation systems, fencing, multi-use trails, and monuments. Landscaping includes ground cover, woody shrubs, ornamental shrubs, turf, and numerous new and older trees. The Zone has a variety of landscaped slopes, both gradual and steep, and are located behind and adjacent to tract developments. The Zone contains nine (9) passive or neighborhood parks: Valle Vista, Oakridge, Hope for the Hills, Sycamore Glen, Autumn Hill, Hidden Hills, Terrace, Walnut Creek, and Sunset Park. The Zone contains arterial landscaping along Peyton Drive, Grand Avenue, and Chino Hills Parkway. Zone 1-I – This Zone consists of parcels within a portion of the development area known as Los Ranchos whose improvements are located adjacent to tract developments. The Zone is generally located south of Grand Avenue, east of Madruga Drive, west of Peyton Avenue and north of English Road. The Zone does not maintain any local improvements. Zone 1-K – This Zone consists of the parcels within the development area known as Woodview. This zone of non-contiguous parcels is generally located east of Peyton Avenue, south of Boys Republic Drive and north of Village Drive. This Zone also receives benefit from local street lighting. Zone 1-MD – This Zone consists of parcels within the development areas known as Butterfield Ranch and Rincon. This non-contiguous Zone is generally located west of Highway 71 and includes housing tracts along Soquel Canyon Road and Butterfield Ranch Road. In Fiscal Year 1997/1998, Zones 1-D and 1-M were consolidated into Zone 1-MD. This consolidated Zone includes the developments known as Mountain View, Alterra, Rincon, and Butterfield Ranch. Parcels in this zone also receive benefit from improvements including fencing, monuments, multi-use trails, woody shrubs, ornamental shrubs, turf, irrigation systems, and numerous trees. Slope improvements located adjacent to tract developments within the Zone are smaller compared to other Zones. The Zone has seven (7) passive parks: Butterfield, Meadows, Hunter’s Hill, Alterra, Mystic Canyon, Rincon Park and Torrey Pines. The Zone contains arterial landscaping along Butterfield Road, Soquel Canyon. Zone 1-N – This zone consists of parcels located along Esquilime Drive. This Zone also receives benefit from local street lighting. Zone 1-P – This Zone consists of the parcels located in the Carriage Hills development within the Carbon Canyon Area. The Zone is bounded by Carbon Canyon Road to the north, Old Carbon Canyon Road to the east, and Fairway Drive to the west. These parcels also receive benefit from improvements including native grasses, shrubs, trees, and irrigation systems. The large slopes maintained in the Zone are located along roadways, adjacent to tract developments. There are no existing or currently planned parks, and no arterial landscaping within the Zone. 95/252 2019/2020 City of Chino Hills Landscape and Lighting District No. 1 Page 7 of 12 Zone 1-T - This Zone generally located north of Carbon Canyon, south of Eucalyptus, and on the east and west side of the Western Hills Country Club. The Zone does not maintain any local improvements. III. CHANGES TO THE DISTRICT There have been no changes in the properties or improvements in the District for Fiscal Year 2019/2020. IV. METHOD OF APPORTIONMENT Pursuant to the 1972 Act, the costs of the District may be apportioned by any formula or method that fairly distributes the net amount to be assessed among the assessable parcels in proportion to the estimated special benefits to be received by each parcel from the improvements. The following formula is used to arrive at a levy amount for parcels in each Zone: Each parcel is assigned a weighting factor known as a Benefit Unit Factor (“BUF”) based on its land use. The parcel’s BUF, multiplied by its acres or units, determines the parcel’s Equivalent Benefit Unit (“EBU”). The following table describes the Land Use categories and Benefit Unit Factors assigned. Table II Benefit Unit Factors Property Type BUF Value Multiplier Single Family Residential (SFR) 1.00 Units Multi-Family Residential (MFR) 1.00 Units Condominiums (CON) 1.00 Units Commercial (COM) 1.00 Acres Single Family Vacant (SFV) 0.75 Lots Commercial Vacant (CMV) 0.75 Acres Multi-Family Vacant (MFV) 0.25 Acres Undeveloped (UND) 0.25 Acres Single Family Vacant—Parcels smaller than four (4) acres with no improved value. Multi Family Vacant—Parcels four (4) acres or larger with no improved value. 96/252 2019/2020 City of Chino Hills Landscape and Lighting District No. 1 Page 8 of 12 The term “Ac/Un” is an abbreviation for Acreage or Units and represents the acreage or units used as a multiplying factor for a specific land use type. The Total EBU in a Zone is the sum of the parcel’s individual EBU’s that receive benefit from the improvements. Parcel’s BUF x Ac/Un = Parcel’s EBU Balance to Levy in a Zone / Total EBU in a Zone = Levy Rate per EBU in a Zone Parcel’s EBU x Levy Rate per EBU = Parcel’s Levy Amount V. DISTRICT BUDGETS A.DESCRIPTION OF BUDGET ITEMS The following describes the services and costs that are funded through the District shown in the District Budgets. Services and Supplies - Includes contracted labor, material, utilities, and equipment required to properly maintain the improvements specific to that Zone. The Zone improvements may include, but are not limited to: neighborhood and passive parks, turf, ground cover, shrubs, trees, irrigation systems, lighting, entry monuments, drainage systems, open space and associated appurtenances. Capital Outlay - The Capital Outlay are funds used to pay for planned replacements or improvements during the fiscal year or future years. Open Space - Includes each benefiting Zone’s prorata share of the costs specific to the maintenance of open space. There are approximately 3,350 acres of open space set aside for the use and enjoyment of the residents and property owners within the District. Park Maintenance - Includes each benefiting Zone’s prorata share of the costs specific to the maintenance of the Chino Hills Community Park (Peyton Drive at Grand Avenue at Chino Hills Parkway), English Springs Park (Grand Avenue at Chino Hills Parkway), Veterans Park (Chino Hills Parkway and Eucalyptus Avenue), and Crossroads Park (Chino Hills Parkway and Carbon Canyon Road). Arterial Maintenance - Includes each benefiting Zone’s prorata share of the arterial maintenance costs. The City is divided into distinct neighborhoods, and properties within these areas have been determined to benefit from arterial maintenance within their Zone. Funds are allocated to the Arterial Maintenance Fund when one or more Zones share an arterial. Each zone is then responsible for their pro-rata share of the maintenance. Administrative Costs - This includes any overhead that is needed to annually administer the District. 97/252 2019/2020 City of Chino Hills Landscape and Lighting District No. 1 Page 9 of 12 Capital Improvement Program (CIP) - Includes costs of capital projects designated for each Zone. Capital Improvement Program items include re-landscaping, retrofit/ replacement of irrigation systems, and the replacement of park amenities. Other Revenue Sources - Additional funds designated for use by the District that are not District assessments. These funds are added to the District account and may be from either non-District or District sources. General Fund Support - Contribution from the general fund. Reserve Collection/ (Contribution) – Includes funds being set aside specifically to provide a cash flow reserve. This Reserve is used to retain an adequate amount of funds to meet the required expenditures for the District from the period of July 1 (the beginning of the Fiscal Year) through December. Each December, the County provides the City with the first installment of assessments collected from the property tax bills. The Reserve eliminates the need for the City to transfer funds from non-District accounts to pay for District charges during this first half of the fiscal year. Balance to Levy - This is the total amount to be levied to the parcels within the District. The Balance to Levy represents the total direct and administration costs, plus any reserve collection, minus any beginning balance, City contribution or other reserve sources. This dollar amount represents the funds that are to be collected for that Fiscal Year from the property owners. Total Equivalent Benefit Unit (EBU) - The Equivalent Benefit Unit (EBU) is a numeric value calculated for each parcel based on the parcel’s land use and size as compared to a single family residence. The EBU shown in the District budgets represents the sum total of the parcel EBU’s that receive benefit from the improvements. Levy per EBU - is the amount levied for each Equivalent Benefit Unit (EBU) for the current fiscal year. For a more detailed explanation, please refer to the Method of Apportionment. 98/252 2019/2020 City of Chino Hills Landscape and Lighting District No. 1 Page 10 of 12 B. DISTRICT BUDGETS TABLE III. 2019/2020 DISTRICT BUDGETS (1) The Reserve Balance includes Reserves and CIP funds. 99/252 2019/2020 City of Chino Hills Landscape and Lighting District No. 1 Page 11 of 12 APPENDIX A – DISTRICT BOUNDARY MAPS The Boundary Maps for the District have previously been submitted to the Clerk of the City of Chino Hills in the format required under the 1972 Act and by reference are made part of this Report. The Boundary Maps are available for inspection on-line at www.chinohills.org/LandLDistrictsMap and are also available at the office of the City Clerk during normal business hours. 100/252 2019/2020 City of Chino Hills Landscape and Lighting District No. 1 Page 12 of 12 APPENDIX B – 2019/2020 COLLECTION ROLL Parcel identification, for each lot or parcel within the District, shall be the parcel as shown on the San Bernardino County Assessor Parcel Maps and/or the San Bernardino County Secured Tax Roll for the year in which this Report is prepared. Non-assessable lots or parcels may include government owned land, public utility owned property, and land principally encumbered with public right-of-ways or easements and dedicated common areas. These parcels will not be assessed. A listing of parcels within the District and Zones, along with the proposed assessment amounts, will be submitted to the City Clerk and by reference, are made part of the final Report. Upon approval of the Engineer’s Annual Levy Report and confirmation of the assessments, the assessment information will be submitted to the County Auditor/Controller, and included on the property tax roll in Fiscal Year 2019/2020. If the parcels or assessment numbers within the District and referenced in this Report are re- numbered, re-apportioned or changed by the County Assessor’s Office after approval of the Report, the new parcel or assessment numbers with the appropriate assessment amount will be submitted to the County Auditor/Controller. If the parcel change made by the County includes a parcel split, parcel merger or tax status change, the assessment amount submitted on the new parcels or assessment numbers will be based on the method of apportionment and levy amount approved in this Report by the City Council. 101/252 1 of 3 RESOLUTION NO. 2019R- A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CHINO HILLS, CALIFORNIA, ACTING IN ITS CAPACITY AS THE GOVERNING BODY OF THE CHINO HILLS LANDSCAPE AND LIGHTING DISTRICT NO. 1, SETTING THE DATE, TIME AND PLACE FOR CONFIRMATION OF ANNUAL ASSESSMENTS FOR THE CHINO HILLS LANDSCAPE AND LIGHTING DISTRICT NO. 1, PURSUANT TO THE PROVISIONS OF THE LANDSCAPING AND LIGHTING ACT OF 1972 (STREETS AND HIGHWAYS CODE, SECTION 22500 ET SEQ., STATE OF CALIFORNIA) WHEREAS, on February 12, 2019, the City Council of the City of Chino Hills adopted Resolution No. 2019R-003 ordering an Engineer's Report for annual assessments for Chino Hills Landscape and Lighting District No. 1 street lighting, open space, park, landscaping, fencing, and irrigation maintenance, and other similar appurtenances, along with the addition of new capital facilities and improvements of similar nature as provided in the Engineer's Report; and WHEREAS, the City Council has been informed that the Engineer's Report described in said Resolution setting forth the proposed annual assessments for fiscal year 2019-20 is on file with the City Clerk; and WHEREAS, the City Council does set June 25, 2019, at 7:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers of City Hall, 14000 City Center Drive, Chino Hills, as the day, hour, and fixed place for a Public Hearing at which time any and all persons having any objections to the confirmation of the assessments for fiscal year 2019-20 can appear before the City Council to protest such confirmation. NOW THEREFORE, THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CHINO HILLS DOES HEREBY RESOLVE, DETERMINE AND ORDER AS FOLLOWS: SECTION 1. That the public interest and convenience require, and it is the intention of the City Council, to levy and collect for the expenses necessary for the maintenance of Chino Hills Landscape and Lighting District No. 1, generally located within Los Ranchos, Rolling Ridge, Oaks, Carbon Canyon/Carriage Hills, Woodview Butterfield and Rincon Villages, assessments for the fiscal year 2019-20. SECTION 2. That the Engineer's Report for the proposed Chino Hills Landscape and Lighting Assessment District No. 1 annual assessments was filed with the City Clerk and submitted to the City Council this date. The Engineer’s Report may be referred to for a full and detailed description of the improvements, the boundaries of the assessment district, and any zones therein and the proposed assessments upon assessable lots and parcels of land within the District. 102/252 2 of 3 SECTION 3. The improvements to the District shall only include improvements that were previously authorized by the District, pursuant to the 1996-97 EngineersReport. SECTION 4. That on June 25, 2019, at 7:00 p.m., the City Council will conduct a public hearing in the Council Chambers of City Hall located at 14000 City Center Drive, Chino Hills, to give all interested persons an opportunity to hear and be heard on the proposed assessments to be levied on Chino Hills Landscape and Lighting No. 1, District for fiscal year 2019-20, as contained in the Engineer's Report on file in the City Clerk's Office. SECTION 5. That on June 25, 2019, 7:00 p.m., the City Council will confirm the proposed assessments to be levied on Landscape and Lighting District No. 1 for fiscal year 2019-20, as contained in the Engineer's Report on file in the City Clerk's Office. The City Council shall consider all oral statements and written protests made or filed by any interested person. SECTION 6. The City Clerk is hereby directed to give notice pursuant to Street and Highways Code Section 22552 and 22553, as applicable. SECTION 7. The City Clerk shall certify as to the adoption of this Resolution. PASSED,APPROVED, AND ADOPTED this 28th day of May, 2019. CYNTHIA MORAN, MAYOR ATTEST: CHERYL BALZ, CITY CLERK APPROVED AS TO FORM: MARK D. HENSLEY, CITY ATTORNEY 103/252 3 of 3 STATE OF CALIFORNIA ) COUNTY OF SAN BERNARDINO ) § CITY OF CHINO HILLS ) I, CHERYL BALZ, City Clerk of the City of Chino Hills, DO HEREBY CERTIFY that the foregoing Resolution No. 2019R- was duly adopted at a regular meeting of the City Council of the City of Chino Hills held on the 28thday of May 2019, by the following vote, to wit: AYES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: NOES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: ABSENT: COUNCIL MEMBERS: IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the official seal of the City of Chino Hills, California, this 28th day of May, 2019. CHERYL BALZ, CITY CLERK 104/252