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Department of Transportation

Traffic Impact Mitigation Fee Program

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The fees collected by the TIM Fee Program are used to fund transportation improvements needed to accommodate growth anticipated by the County’s General Plan. The TIM Fee Program requirements shall be applicable to all new development located within the Western Slope boundaries of the County.

Improvements funded by the TIM Fee Program include, but are not limited to, new roadways, roadway widenings, roadway intersection improvements and transit. A TIM Fee program is legally required to meet guidelines as established by Assembly Bill 1600 (California Government Code Sections 66000-66008).

A major revision of the TIM Fee Program was adopted on December 6, 2016, and went into effect on February 13, 2017.  On December 12, 2017, the Board adopted the 2017 TIM Fee Schedule Update, including updates for cost adjustments in the TIM Fee Nexus Study.  On June 26, 2018, the Board adopted the 2018  Minor Technical TIM Fee Program Update.  On June 23, 2020 the Board adopted the annual update to the TIM Fee Schedule.   The new rates go into effect on August 24, 2020.  Current TIM Fee Rates and supporting documents are located here.


 CURRENT TIM FEE DOCUMENTS:

  • Ordinance 5045, which updates the County's TIM Fee Program.

  • Ordinance 5044, establishing regulations for frontage improvements on County roadways. Frontage improvements shall be required as a condition of approval for all Discretionary Projects.

  • Resolution 095-2020 – TIM Fee Schedule

      • Exhibit A (TIM Fee Schedule)

      • Exhibit B (Map - TIM Fee Districts)

      • Exhibit C (Project Costs)

  • Resolution 001-2017 - The County of El Dorado Traffic Impact Mitigation (TIM) Fee Administrative Manual.  

A diagram of the process used in updating the CIP and TIM Fee Programs on an annual and five-year basis is included under Supporting Documents. For more information on the TIM Fee Program, click on the tabs below.

 

​Background Information

On April 8, 2014, the Board selected a 20-year growth forecast and directed staff to issue a Request for Proposal (RFP) for the Major Five-Year Capital Improvement Program (CIP) and Traffic Impact Mitigation (TIM) Fee updates. The RFP was released on May 16, 2014 and Kittelson & Associates, Inc. (KAI) submitted a proposal on June 27, 2014. The KAI team provided a presentation to staff on July 10, 2014. The County selected KAI and its consultant team to assist in the major updates, as their proposal and presentation demonstrated a very strong team with local knowledge and historic perspective on the County programs as well as experience in the update of the TIM Fee programs of other jurisdictions.

On September 30, 2014, the Board approved and authorized the Chair to sign Agreement for Services No. 214-S1511 with KAI to begin the Major Five-Year CIP and TIM Fee Program updates as required by General Plan Policy TC-Xb and Implementation Measures TC-A and TC-B. For this major update, and as part of the KAI contract, a dedicated project website was developed.

On February 10, 2015, the Board approved the following project components: 1) project purpose and goals; 2) baseline assumptions; 3) four TIM Fee Zone Geography options presented are appropriate for further analysis; 4) approach to public outreach; and 5) project schedule.

On March 26 – 27, 2015, staff and the consultant team held five (5) focus group meetings. The focus groups consist of representatives of the following categories: residents, land developers, economic development, and public agency/safety. Initially, four groups were planned for each category, but a second Resident group was added, due to the high number of interested constituents.

On April 8, 2015, the first public workshop was held at Pleasant Grove Middle School in Rescue from 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM. Supervisor Frentzen was in attendance at this meeting.

On April 9, 2015, another public workshop was held at the El Dorado County Office of Education in Placerville from 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM. The information presented was identical to that presented the previous evening.

On May 5, 2015, the Board received information relating to the traffic analysis methodology, preliminary existing and future deficiency analysis results, alternative funding, and a summary of the initial public outreach and focus groups. In addition, the Board took the following actions relating to the project: confirmed that the four (4) TIM Fee Zone Geography options presented are appropriate for further analysis; provided input on the land use categories; and directed staff to proceed with the 2035 General Plan Land Use Scenario for the purposes of creating a draft CIP list and preliminary TIM Fee structure.

On September 22, 2015, the Board received and filed draft information relating to the Major CIP and TIM Fee Program Updates including: proposed 2035 TIM Fee project list and project component assumptions; draft TIM Fee structure; and proposed CEQA environmental document for the TIM Fee Program.

On October 13, 2015, staff presented the Board with three alternatives to address concern that applicants would wait for the new projected lower TIM fee schedule to be adopted and implemented. The Board directed staff to proceed with Alternative 2: Implement a refund program for non-residential development applicants only that are subject to TIM fees. This option would be applicable for all building permits subject to TIM fees that are issued after December 15, 2015. Applicants would pay the current applicable TIM fee(s) at the time of building permit issuance, and payment of said TIM fees will be deemed as the applicant filling a claim for refund. Upon adoption and implementation of the new TIM fee schedule, the applicant would be entitled to a refund of the difference between the amount paid under the old (current) fee structure and the new fee structure (subject to certain requirements being met).

On October 27, 2015, the Board approved Amendment II to Agreement for Services 214-S1511 with Kittelson and Associates, Inc. to allow the use of project contingency and direct expense funding by the project consultant’s sub-consultants, with the required written approval by the County’s Contract Administrator, to assist in the completion of tasks for the Major Five-Year CIP and TIM Fee Program updates. This Amendment does not change the term or total amount of the contract and is contingent upon approval by County Counsel and Risk Management.

On December 7, 2015, the Board approved staff recommendations to: 1) Adopt Smoothed 8 Zone TIM Fee Geography - Zones 2 and 3 merged; 2) Approve TIM Fee Project List; 3) Remove right-of-way, sidewalk, and curb and gutter from TIM Fee Projects, and direct staff to process Frontage Improvements Ordinance; 4) Direct staff to apply 45% of future grant funding towards non-TIM Fee CIP projects and 55% towards the TIM Fee Program; 5) Allow applicants with secondary dwelling units to apply for relief via the TIM Fee Offset Program; 6) Adopt ROI - direct staff to proceed with General Plan Amendment; 7) Direct staff to require all TIM Fee Zones to pay their fair share payments of roadway improvements; 8) Receive and file Draft TIM Fee Ordinance and Resolution; 9) Receive and file TIM Fee Program Environmental Constraints Analysis; 10) Approve in concept the proposed CIP Project list; and 11) Receive and file Public Outreach Summary and Report.

On December 15, 2015, the Board approved Amendment III to Agreement for Services 214-S1511 with Kittelson and Associates, Inc., amending the scope of work and increasing the maximum obligation by $85,965 for a new total not-to-exceed amount $602,960 to prepare a Programmatic Environmental Impact Report for the Major Five-Year CIP and TIM Fee Program updates, subject to review and approval by County Counsel and Risk Management.

On February 23, 2016, the Board approved staff's recommendations as follows: Action Item #1: Percentage allocation of El Dorado County Transportation Commission State/Federal Grant Projection: Apportion 45% of forecasted future grant funding toward non-TIM Fee CIP projects and 55% toward the TIM Fee Program with the following allocation: 31% for external (pass-through trips), 9% toward affordable housing allocation and 15% toward the Non-Residential Offset; Action Item #3: Approve adjustment for Traffic Signal Operational and Safety Improvement line item to bring it in line with historical (2005-2015) spending, resulting in an additional $45,000,000 reduction to the draft TIM Fee Program: Approve adjustment for Traffic Signal Operational and Safety Improvement line item, resulting in an additional $45,000,000 reduction to draft TIM Fee Program; Action Item #4: Approve the inclusion of costs to acquire right-of-way for the Country Club Drive segment between Silva Valley Parkway and Tong Road in the TIM Fee Program: Approve inclusion of costs to acquire right-of-way for the Country Club Drive segment between El Dorado Hills Blvd. and Silva Valley Parkway in the TIM Fee Program: Action Item #5: Received and Filed the NOP for the Programmatic Environmental Impact Report (EIR) for the Major CIP and TIM Fee Program Update (Attachment 15B); Action Item #6: Received and Filed a brief summary of the land use allocation process (Attachment 15C); and Action Item #7: Received and Filed the Public Outreach Summary and Report (Attachment 15D).

On April 19, 2016, the Board tentatively approved the following: 1) The updated TIM Fee Project List and TIM Fee Program Nexus Report; 2) The updated CIP Project List and timeline for construction and the Unfunded CIP Project list; 3) The proposed General Plan Amendment to the Transportation and Circulation Element; and received and filed: 4) Status report on the Programmatic EIR; 5) Updated Project Schedule; and 6) Responses to recent public comments.

On May 19, 2016, the County released a Notice of Availability (NOA) for the Draft Programmatic Environmental Impact Report (DEIR) for the Western Slope Roadway CIP and TIM Fee Program. The Programmatic DEIR was prepared to determine the nature and the Program’s extent of the potential impacts on the environment. The DEIR was available for public and agency review for a 45-day review period ending on July 5, 2016.

On June 28, 2016, the Board approved Amendment IV to Agreement for Services 214-S1511 with Kittelson and Associates, Inc., amending Article IX, Article XIX, and Contract Signer designations, and increasing the maximum obligation by $200,000 for a new total not-to-exceed amount $802,960 to amend the draft Major Five-Year CIP and TIM Fee Program updates as a result of Measure E, pending review and approval by Risk Management and County Counsel.

On September 20, 2016, the Board took the following actions: 1) Tentatively approved the 2016 Capital Improvement Program Book; 2) Tentatively approved the updated draft Traffic Impact Mitigation Fee Nexus Study (Scenario 2); 3) Conceptually authorized, as required by Board Policy A-3, for the preparation of amendments to the appropriate County of El Dorado Ordinance Code Chapters and include the Frontage Improvements Ordinance and the Traffic Impact Mitigation Fee Ordinance; and 4) Received and filed responses to public comments.

On October 27, 2016, the Planning Commission approved the Finding of Consistency of the Major CIP Update with the General Plan; Recommended approval to the Board of Supervisors on staff's recommended actions #1, #2, and #3; and Received and Filed the Draft Frontage Improvement Ordinance, the Draft TIM Fee Program Ordinance, and Draft TIM Fee Program Schedule Resolution. Recommended Actions: 1) Adopt Resolution XXX-2016 certifying the Environmental Impact Report (SCH No. 2016022018) for the proposed Western Slope Roadway Capital Improvement Program and Traffic Impact Mitigation Fee Program for El Dorado County (Attachment 22B), subject to the California Environmental Quality Act Findings (Attachment 21D) and Statement of Overriding Considerations (Attachment 21E); 2) Adopt the Mitigation Monitoring and Reporting Plan (Attachment 21G), in compliance with California Environmental Quality Act Guidelines Section 15097(a); 3) Adopt Resolution XXX-2016 amending the General Plan Transportation and Circulation Element (Attachment 22C);

On December 6, 2016, the Board certified the Final Environmental Impact Report, and adopted the 2016 CIP Book, TIM Fee Program Nexus Study, and the Mitigation Monitoring and Reporting Program.

On December 13, 2016, the Board approved Ordinance 5044, establishing regulations for Frontage Improvements on County Roadways, and Ordinance 5045, which provides for a General Plan Traffic Impact Mitigation Fee Program.

On January 24, 2017, the Board adopted Resolution 001-2017 - The County of El Dorado Traffic Impact Mitigation (TIM) Fee Administrative Manual.   The TIM Fee Administrative Manual was created so that staff could consistently administer the TIM Fee Program for all Projects required to pay a TIM Fee.  The TIM Fee Administrative Manual is consistent with the TIM Fee Ordinance, and both went into effect on February 13, 2017. 

On June 26, 2018, (item had been continued from June 5, 2018) the Board adopted Resolution 076-2018 certifying the Addendum to the Final Environmental Impact Report for Western Slope Roadway Capital Improvement Program and Traffic Impact Mitigation program for El Dorado County making Environmental Findings of Fact.  Aditionally, the Board adopted Resolution  077-2018 adopting the updated TIM Fee Schedule.  The new fees went into effect on August 27, 2018.

On April 22, 2019 the Board received and filed a presentation on the TIM Fee Schedule.

On May 14, 2019, the Board adopted Resolution 072-2019 adopting the 2019 TIM Fee Schedule Annual Update.  The new fees went into effect on July 15, 2019.

On June 23, 2020, the Board adopted Resolution 095-2020 adopting the 2020 TIM Fee Schedule Annual Update. The new fees go into effect on August 24, 2020.

General Plan Policies

Policy TC-Xb (Item B)

Requires the County to “at least every five years, prepare a Traffic Impact Mitigation (TIM) Fee Program specifying roadway improvements to be completed within the next 20 years to ensure compliance with all applicable level of service and other standards in this plan.” The Five-Year reviews are considered to be “major” updates, requiring review and update, if necessary, to the County’s Travel Demand Model.

Implementation Measures TC-A and TC-B

Require the adoption of a prioritized 10-Year and 20-Year Capital Improvement Program (CIP) as well as a 20-Year TIM Fee Program. Measure TC-B also requires the 20-Year growth forecast to be updated every five years. The growth forecast is needed to update the CIP and TIM Fee Program. Forecasting growth is an iterative and ongoing process – forecasts are reviewed and adjusted annually as well as every five years. Routinely verifying and updating growth forecasts allows the County to account for new information and adjust its assumptions and plans accordingly.

Policy TC-Xa (Measure Y)

On November 3, 1998, voters passed the “Control Traffic Congestion Initiative” (Measure Y) which was implemented as Policy TC-Xa in the 2004 El Dorado County General Plan. This measure required development to be responsible for mitigating road impacts. It also states that residential development cannot cause a Level of Service (LOS) F or worsen LOS. In November 2008, voters passed an amendment to Measure Y that allowed the Board, with a 4/5 vote, to add road segments to Table TC-2 of the General Plan that are permitted to go to LOS F.

Policy TC-Xf

On November 3, 1998, Policy TC-Xf was also amended to clarify when residential subdivision (five or more parcels) and commercial projects would be required to mitigate their roadway impacts. Policy TC-Xf deems development projects that worsen (as defined in Policy TC-Xe) traffic on the County road system to be mitigated, if the necessary road improvement traffic mitigation measures are included within: the 10-Year CIP (for residential projects of five or more parcels), and the 20-Year CIP (for all other discretionary projects).

These General Plan Policies (and Table TC-2) are included in the Transportation and Circulation Element of the General Plan on pages 68 –70 (pdf pages 18-20 of 34). Measures TC-A and TC-B are on page 76 (pdf page 26 of 34).

                       

TIM Fee Program Updates

Since the TIM Fee Program was adopted on August 22, 2006, five minor updates have been performed from 2007-2011. The following table is a summary of the Board adopted Resolutions pertaining to the TIM Fee Program. The referenced Resolutions are available under Supporting Documents.

DateReso. No.Description

09-20-2005

292-2005

Adopted the 2004 General Plan TIM Fee Program, and an interim 10-Year TIM Fee Program.

08-22-2006

265-2006

Certified the TIM Fee Program Supplement to the 2004 General Plan Environmental Impact Report, issued a Supplemental Statement of Overriding Considerations, and made Supplemental Findings of Fact.

08-22-2006266-2006

Adopted the 2004 General Plan TIM Fee Program and new TIM Fee Rates pursuant to a comprehensive review. This resolution required the annual review of the TIM Fee Program and directed staff to return to the Board with a recommendation to adjust the TIM fees, based upon changes in the cost of construction or other costs. The annual reviews are considered “minor” updates. Resolutions 265-2006 and 266-2006 created the 20-Year TIM Fee Program.

09-25-2007243-2007

Approved increasing TIM fees by 14.16%, based on inflation of construction costs during the preceding year. The inflation index used was the Caltrans Price Index for selected California construction items.

07-29-2008205-2008

Approved decreasing TIM fees by 1.73%. The inflation index was changed from Caltrans Price Index to the Engineering News Record (ENR), and shifted the index from Third Quarter (October) to Fourth Quarter (December).

06-02-2009
114-2009

TIM Fee Program rates unchanged from the 2008 annual review.

06-08-2010
070-2010

TIM Fee Program rates unchanged from the 2008 annual review.

02-14-2012
021-2012

Allocated approximately $40.9M of $138.6M TIM fee reduction available to offset lower fees for Age Restricted TIM Fee categories added in Zones 2, 3, and 8. This action added 1,200 units in Zone 8, 600 units in Zone 2, and 400 units in Zone 3. The total 2,200 units represented approximately 10% of the total housing forecast in the TIM Fee Program.

02-14-2012021-2012The remaining $97.7M was allocated to reduce fees as follows:

a. Zone 8 Local Fee: $32.9M reduction (resulting in fee reductions between approximately 11% and 12%, depending on the land use category);
b. Zones 1–7 Local Fee: $34.9M reduction (resulting in fee reductions between approximately 12.5% and 13.5%);
c. Zone 8 Highway 50 Component: $12.7M reduction (resulting in fee reductions between approximately 17% and 21%);
d. Zones 1-7 Highway 50 component: $17.3M reduction (resulting in fee reductions between approximately 15% and 22%).

​Agenda Items - Board of Supervisors/Planning Commission

Please note: These agenda items may not reflect the most current information and are subject to change. For the latest information on agenda items related to this project, refer to the County online agenda calendar: https://eldorado.legistar.com

2020

Date
​Item
​File ID
​Ver.
​Description
​08/25/20
​41
​20-1062
​1

​Department of Transportation recommending the Board consider the following pertaining to the Major Update of the Traffic Impact Mitigation (TIM) Fee Program and the Capital Improvement Program (CIP):

1) Receive Technical Memorandum pertaining to the Analysis of rates by size for single family dwelling units (Attachment A) and provide direction as to next steps;

2) Receive and file Technical Memorandum on Smart Growth Discount (Attachment B); and

3) Receive information about the initial project list for the Major Update to the TIM Fee Program.

​06/23/20
​49
​20-0723
​1

​HEARING - Department of Transportation recommending the Board adopt and authorize the Chair to sign Resolution 095-2020 for the 2020 Traffic Impact Mitigation Fee Schedule Annual Update.

​04/21/20
​26
​20-0519
​1

​Department of Transportation recommended the Board receive and consider action on two Technical Memoranda regarding policy issues pertaining to the Major Update of the Traffic Impact Mitigation (TIM) Fee Program and the Capital Improvement Program (CIP). Staff is recommending that the Board: 

1) Receive Technical Memoranda pertaining to establishing Trip Rates for Cannabis (Attachment A) and Wineries (Attachment B) and provide direction as to next steps; 

2) Receive Information about the Proposed Change of Local Serving Share of Non-Residential Employment and provide direction as to which option to select (Attachment C); 

3) Receive information pertaining to the Project Changes incorporated in the 2016 Major TIM Fee Update (Attachment D); 

4) Receive information pertaining to the Collection of TIM Fees from Non-Residential uses (Attachment E); and 

5) Receive TIM Fee Offset Program Information (Affordable Housing TIM Fee Offset).

The Board of Supervisors gave direction that cannabis processing shall be treated as a light industrial facility (existing category) for purposes of TIM Fee assessment, continue the use of a per trip category for wineries, and use 62% as the basis for shifting non-residential equivallent dwelling units to residential uses in the TIM Fee program.

​03/17/20

​28

​20-0325

​1

​Department of Transportation recommended the Board receive and approve the El Dorado Countywide Housing and Employment Projections, 2018-2040 Memoranda pertaining to the Major Update of the Traffic Impact Mitigation (TIM) Fee Program and the Capital Improvement Program (CIP).   

The Board of Supervisors approved the El Dorado Countywide Housing and Employment Projections, 2018-2040 Memoranda.

​02/11/20

23

20-0126

1

The Board of Supervisors approved the El Dorado Countywide Housing and Employment Projections, 2018-2040 Memoranda.

The Board of Supervisors gave direction to staff to: 

1) Set 10% as the level of Grant Funding for non-residential offset that staff should assume in the TIM Fee Update; 

2) Provide the Board an analysis of both the current percentage (62%) and the previous percentage (65%) as the basis for shifting non-residential equivalent dwelling units to residential uses; 

3) Direct staff to review the employment data in conjunction with each future major update to the TIM Fee program; 

4) Direct staff to analyze both the current methodology and the methodology to only shift retail/commercial and the office uses; and 

5) Return to the Board with historical numbers for the different non-residential categories of use for TIM Fees.


2019

Date Item File ID Ver. Description
​12/17/19
​53
​19-1825
​1

​Department of Transportation recommended the Board: 1) Discuss the Traffic Impact Mitigation Fee zones, provide staff and their consultants with input and direction; and 2) Receive information on the existing Community Regions job data from the County’s consultant, BAE Urban Economics, Inc.

The Board of Supervisors gave direction to staff to continue to pursue the eight (8) TIM Fee zones and to explore a 20 year Benefit Cost Analysis.

​11/19/19

​35

​19-1597

1​

​Department of Transportation recommended the Board: 1) Receive an El Dorado Countywide Housing and Employment Projections, 2018 - 2040 Memorandum pertaining to the 2020 Major Update of the Traffic Impact Mitigation Fee Program, the 2016 – 2020 five-year review of the General Plan and the 2021 - 2029 Housing Element Update; and 2) Provide Staff and their consultants with input and direction. 

The Board of Supervisors approved the use of a 0.70% annual growth rate for residential growth and 0.67% annual growth rate for non-residential growth for the next twenty year period for the TIM Fee Major Update.

​10/22/19

​21

​19-1523

​1

Department of Transportation recommended the Board consider the following:

1) Make findings that it is more feasible and economical to engage an outside consultant to provide staff assistance in developing the Major Update to the Traffic Impact Mitigation (TIM) Fee Program and the Capital Improvement Program (CIP);

2) Authorize the Chair to sign Agreement 4324 with DKS Associates, Inc. for a three (3) year term in an amount not to exceed $300,000. The agreement will provide staff assistance in developing the Major Update to the TIM Fee Program and CIP as directed by the Board on September 17, 2019; and

3) Approve and authorize the Chair to sign a budget transfer adjusting the budget for Fiscal Year 2019-20 to allow for the transfer of TIM Fee funds to Transportation Engineering to fund the consultant contract (4/5 vote required).  

The Board of Supervisors approved Agreement 4324 with DKS Associates in the amount of $300,000 to provide staff assistance in developing the Major Update to the TIM Fee Program and CIP, and approved the budget transfer.

​10/08/19

​26

​19-1453

​1

​Department of Transportation recommended the Board receive and consider action on three Technical Memoranda regarding policy issues pertaining to the Major Update of the Traffic Impact Mitigation (TIM) Fee Program and the Capital Improvement Program (CIP). Staff is recommending that the Board:

1) Receive Technical Memorandum 1A: VMT (Vehicle Miles Traveled) Based EDU (Equivalent Dwelling Units) Rates and consider adopting the methodology into the TIM Fee program (Attachment A); and

2) Receive Technical Memorandum 1B: Fee Rates by Size of Single-Family Unit and consider adopting the methodology into the TIM Fee program (Attachment B); and

3) Receive Technical Memorandum 1C: Age-Restricted Fee Category and continue the use of the age-restricted categories in the TIM Fee program (Attachment C); and

4) Receive and file the proposed schedule for the Major Update to the TIM Fee Program and the CIP (Attachment D). 

The Board of Supervisors directed staff to: 1) Use Technical Memorandum 1A: VMT Based EDU Rates and adopt the methodology into the TIM Fee program (Attachment A); and 2) Receive and file the proposed schedule for the Major Update to the TIM Fee Program and the CIP (Attachment D) The Board also directed staff to Use Technical Memorandum 1B: Fee Rates by Size of Single-Family Unit and adopt the methodology into the TIM Fee program (Attachment B); and to Use Technical Memorandum 1c: Age-Restricted Fee Category and continue the use of the age-restricted categories in the TIM Fee program (Attachment C).

0​9/17/19

​32

​19-1100

​3

​HEARING - Department of Transportation (Transportation) to provide the Board with an update on the grant funding projections for El Dorado County and how the decreased grant revenue projections affect the Traffic Impact Mitigation (TIM) Fee program, and provide staff direction. (Est. Time: 1.5 Hr.) (Cont. 8/13/2019, Item 18) Transportation recommending the Board:

1) Provide direction as to the selection and implementation of Alternatives 1, 2 or 3 for the Interim TIM Fee adjustment;

2) Provide direction as to the expedited 2020 Major TIM Fee update and level of public outreach; and

3) Provide direction as to the request for temporary additional administrative staff.  

The Board of Supervisors directed staff to expedite the 2020 Major TIM Fee Update and provide public outreach by holding workshops at the Board.

​08/13/19

​18

​19-1100

2

​HEARING - Department of Transportation to provide the Board with an update on the grant funding projections for El Dorado County and how the decreased revenue projections affect the Traffic Impact Mitigation (TIM) Fee program and provide staff direction. (Est. Time: 1.5 Hr.) (Cont. 8/6/2019, Item 21)

0​8/06/19
​21
​19-1100
​1

​HEARING - Department of Transportation to provide the Board with an update on the grant funding projections for El Dorado County and how the decreased revenue projections affect the Traffic Impact Mitigation (TIM) Fee program and provide staff direction. (Est. Time: 1 Hr.)

0​5/14/19

​41

​19-0660

​1

​Department of Transportation recommending the Board: 1) Receive and file a presentation on Department findings, provide direction on funding possibilities, and if necessary, revenue generating options; and 2) Direct Long Range Planning staff to immediately move forward with updating land use projections in order to facilitate the major update to the TIM Fee Program. The updated land projections will also be used for the five year review of the General Plan.  

The Board of Supervisors directed staff to move forward with the major update to the TIM Fee program.

05/14/19

40

19-0665

1

HEARING - To consider the adoption of Resolution 072-2019 for the 2019 Traffic Impact Mitigation Fee Schedule Annual Update. 

0​4/22/19

​5

​19-0579

​1

Department of Transportation recommending the Board receive and file a presentation on the Traffic Impact Mitigation (TIM) Fee Program.


Previous Years:


  If you have questions on the Traffic Impact Mitigation Fee Program project, please contact:

Natalie Porter, Project Manager 
Senior Traffic Engineer
natalie.porter@edcgov.us
(530) 621-5442 Direct
(530) 621-6543 Main