Parks & Recreation Facility Fee Nexus Study - "AB1600 Fees and Quimby Fees"
Nevada County has partnered with Economic Planning Systems, Inc. (EPS) to prepare an updated nexus study to evaluate recreation development fee provisions, including park and recreation facility and levels of services, expansion of applicable land uses subject to the fee program, establishment of administration charges and inclusion of annual fee escalation procedures. Theses mitigation fees are commonly referred to as AB1600 Mitigation Fees and Quimby Fees. Specifically, the Recreation Fee Nexus Study is for the unincorporated Western County that establishes the legally required nexus (or reasonable relationship) between projected new residential development and park and recreation facilities that will be required to serve the new development. The proposed draft study reflects the maximum justified fee that can be charged to new residential single and multi-family dwelling development based on conservative facility cost estimates and Levels of Services standards identified throughout Western Nevada County.
Draft Report - Parks and Recreation Facilities Fee Nexus Study
Public Review Draft Report
Parks and Recreation Facilities Fee Nexus Study - Released November 2, 2018
Nevada County is releasing the Public Review Draft Report: Parks and Recreation Facilities Fee Nexus Study (AB1600 & Quimby Nexus Study) for public review and comment.
Comment Deadline: Nevada County will be accepting public comment on the draft study until Thursday November 15, 2018 at 5PM.
Please provide comments or questions by emailing Nevada County Planning Department at firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line, "Parks and Rec Facilities Fee Nexus Study - Public Comment."
Comments can also be received by using the Community Voice portal below. Please be sure to reference the specific section/page number and area that your comment or question pertains to. To use Community Voice you must create a sign-in, but will then be automatically notified if someone else comments or votes on your idea keeping you engaged in the public comment process. For additional information on how to use the Community Voice feature, please visit CivicPlus for more information.