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MONTCLAIR CITY HALL - TEMPORARILY CLOSED TO VISITORS 

In response to additional guidance received by federal, state, and local public health officials, Montclair City Hall will be temporarily closed to the public beginning Wednesday, March 18, 2020, until further notice.

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Montclair Emergency Directive

SUBJECT: EMERGENCY DIRECTIVE TO IMMEDIATELY SUSPEND ALL OUTDOOR AND INDOOR SWAP MEET EVENTS AT MISSION TIKI DRIVE-IN THEATRE, 10798 RAMONA AVENUE, MONTCLAIR, CA 91763

On Monday, March 16, 2020, the Montclair City Council adopted Resolution No. 20-3263 declaring a local public health emergency in the City of Montclair in relation to Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19).

In declaring a local public health emergency, the City Council invoked Section 6.080.060 of Chapter 6.08 of Title 6 of the Montclair Municipal Code providing that the City Manager, as Director of Emergency Services, is empowered to "make and issue rules and regulations on matters reasonably related to the protection of life and property as affected by such emergency."

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Community Facilities District Reports

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FacilitiesIn 1978 Californians enacted Proposition 13, which limited the ability of local public agencies to increase property taxes based on a property’s assessed value. In 1982, the Mello-Roos Community Facilities Act of 1982 (Government Code §53311-53368.3) was created to provide an alternate method of financing needed improvements and services.

The Mello-Roos Community Facilities Act of 1982

 
The Act allows any county, city, special district, school district or joint powers authority to establish a Mello-Roos Community Facilities District (a “CFD”) which allows for financing of public improvements and services. The services and improvements that Mello-Roos CFDs can finance include streets, sewer systems and other basic infrastructure, police protection, fire protection, ambulance services, schools, parks, libraries, museums and other cultural facilities. By law, the CFD is also entitled to recover expenses needed to form the CFD and administer the annual special taxes and bonded debt.

The City of Montclair has formed the following Community Facilities Districts:

Community Facility District 2011-1 (Maintenance and Public Safety Services) - This district was formed for the Paseos development and it is authorized to levy an annual special tax to finance the maintenance and lighting of parks, parkways, streets, roads and open space, the operation and maintenance of storm drainage systems, and for fire protection and suppression services and police protection services.

Community Facility District 2011-2 (Maintenance and Public Safety Services) - This district was formed for the Arrow Station development and it is authorized to levy an annual special tax to finance the maintenance and lighting of parks, parkways, streets, roads, and open space and the operation and maintenance of bio-retention basins and storm drainage systems serving the property as well as fire protection and suppression services and police protection services.

For copies of administration reports for these districts, click on the applicable links below:

2016-17 CFD 2011-1 Administration Report    2016-17 CFD 2011-2 Administration Report

2017-18 CFD 2011-1 Administration Report    2017-18 CFD 2011-2 Administration Report

2018-19 CFD 2011-1 Administration Report    2018-19 CFD 2011-2 Administration Report

2019-20 CFD 2011-1 Administration Report    2019-20 CFD 2011-2 Administration Report

Beginning with fiscal year 2015-16, the City of Montclair was required to report to the State Controller's Office information relating to CFD assessments.  For copies of those reports, click on the applicable links below:

2015-16 CFD 2011-1   2015-16 CFD 2011-2   2016-17 CFD 2011-1   2016-17 CFD 2011-2

2017-18 CFD 2011-1   2017-18 CFD 2011-2   2018-19 CFD 2011-1   2018-19 CFD 2011-2