LIGHTING AND LANDSCAPING ASSESSMENT DISTRICT (LLAD)

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***Important Update***

The 2017-18 Annual Engineers Report process is underway. An informational meeting for property owners in zones 1, 2 & 3 will be held at City Hall on Monday, May 15, 2017 at 6 PM. The meeting notice is available here. The meeting handout is available here.

The City Council will consider the Annual Engineers Report at the June 6th and June 20th City Council Meetings at 6:30 PM in the Council Chambers located on the second floor at City Hall, 4381 Broadway. Both meetings are open to the public.

Property owners in zones 1, 2 & 3 may submit written comments to:

Public Works Department
Attn: Rebecca Hendryx
4381 Broadway, Suite 201
American Canyon, CA 94503
or email rhendryx@cityofamericancanyon.org.  For more information, call (707) 647-4558.


Lighting and Landscaping Assessment District (LLAD)

The LLAD was formed in January 2001 to operate and maintain street lighting and landscaping of public areas in the LaVigne subdivision, which was designated as Zone 1 of the LLAD. In FY 2004-05, the Vintage Ranch subdivision was annexed into the LLAD as Zone 2, and in FY 2005-06, the Napa Junction mixed-use development was annexed as Zone 3.

On June 21, 2016 the City Council approved the Engineer’s Report for the Lighting and Landscaping Assessment District (LLAD) and authorized the levy and collection of assessments for FY 2016-17. The operation and maintenance costs for the LLAD are paid through assessments on the parcels within the LLAD. The assessments for FY 2016-17 are as follows:

• $340.00 per ESD (Equivalent Single-Family Dwelling) for Zone 1, the LaVigne subdivision, an increase of $20.00 over FY 2015-16.  The maximum allowed assessment is $532.22, and
• $302.42 per ESD for Zone 2, the Vintage Ranch Subdivision; unchanged from FY 201-16.  The maximum allowed assessment is $815.81, and
• $176.64 per ESD for Zone 3, the Napa Junction mixed-use development, an increase of $23.36 over FY 2015-16. The maximum allowed assessment is $298.37. The per-acre assessment for Zone 3 is $984.70, an increase of $25.84 over FY 2015-16. The maximum allowed is $1,799.79.

Click here to view the complete LLAD Engineer’s Report for FY 2016-17. If you have questions, click here or contact Jason Holley, Public Works Director, at (707) 647-4558.

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