The Mello-Roos Community Facilities Act of 1982 was enacted into law by the California Legislature. The act authorizes a local governmental agency, such as a school district or city, to form a community facilities district (CFD) within a defined set of boundaries for the purposes of providing public facilities and services.
On April 5, 2005 the City of Paso Robles formed a CFD by the adoption of Resolution Number 05 to 063 (PDF). Currently there are 256 active parcels of which 186 have been levied in fiscal year 2017 to 2018.
Financing Public Services
The CFD finances public services for new developments in the district. Such services may include:
- Ambulance and paramedic service
- Fire protection and suppression
- Police protection
- Recreation program
The authorized services may be financed only to the extent that such services are in addition to those services provided in the community facilities district prior to creation of the community facilities district. All of these public services are authorized by CFD Number 2005-1.
The CFD Annual Reports contain information related to the Annual Administration of CFD Number 2005-1 (Public Services).
If you have questions about the annual report or your assessment, please call Wildan Financial Services Property Tax Line at 866-807-6864.
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