City Plan Commission (CPC) 12.19.13 Agenda Item 9

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City Plan Commission (CPC) 12.19.13 Agenda Item 9

  1. 1. 2014 Updated Land Use Assumptions Thursday, December 19, 2013
  2. 2. Background - On October 14, 2008, City Staff presented the Annexation Assessment and Impact Fee Report to the City Council - On October 28, 2008, the City Council passed an ordinance to amend Title 2 (Administration and Personnel) to establish the Capital Improvements Advisory Committee - On March 24, 2009, the City Council approved a resolution adopting land use assumptions and a capital improvements plan under which impact fees would be imposed to finance water and wastewater capital improvements and facility expansion costs attributable to projected new development in three service areas (Northeast, Westside, and Eastside) - On May 12, 2009, the City Council passed ordinance 017113 adopting impact fees for water and wastewater facilities
  3. 3. Impact Fees - "Impact fee" means a charge or assessment imposed by a political subdivision against new development in order to generate revenue for funding or recouping the costs of capital improvements or facility expansions necessitated by and attributable to the new development. - Chapter 395 of the Texas Local Government Code permits the use of impact fees to finance capital improvement and facility expansion costs attributable to projected new development within identified service areas located in the corporate boundaries or extraterritorial jurisdiction of a political subdivision. - The Land Use Assumptions Report is used in the development of the Capital Improvements Pan and ultimately, the adoption of an impact fee structure
  4. 4. Periodic Update of Land Use Assumptions and Capital Improvements Plan Required - Prior to re-evaluating the existing impact fee structure, Chapter 395 of the Texas Local Government Code states that the City must update its land use assumptions and capital improvements plan at least every five years to ensure reasonable future growth estimates - The initial five-year period began on the day the City Council adopted the capital improvements plan on March 24th, 2009 - The Land Use Assumptions Technical Report provides with the revised land use assumptions and the analysis conducted, as a joint effort between the City of El Paso’s City Development Department and the El Paso Water Utilities, to be used throughout this update
  5. 5. Land Use Assumptions Technical Report Sections Impact Fee Service Areas: An explanation and description of the water and wastewater impact fee service areas. Methodology: An explanation of the general methodology used to prepare and update the land use assumptions. Full Build-Out Projection: Population and service unit holding capacity of land located within the impact fee service areas. Ten-Year Growth Projection: Population and service unit growth assumptions for the corresponding ten-year time period between 2014 and 2024. Summary: A brief summation of the land use assumptions report 2014 update.
  6. 6. Land Use Assumptions Technical Report Sections - Land Use Assumptions – Maps Comparison (2008 | 2014) - Northeast Impact Fee Area - Westside Impact Fee Area - Eastside Impact Fee Area - Projections - Ten-Year Growth Population and Service Unit Projections - Full Build-Out Population and Service Unit Projections
  7. 7. Northeast Impact Fee Area – 2008 LUA
  8. 8. Northeast Impact Fee Area – 2014 LUA Service Area T otal Acr eage Developed Acr eage Acreage Developed (%) Northeast Impact F Service Ar ee ea 1 Northeast Master Plan 4,835 34 0.7 05A Northwest Fort Bliss A 4,812 250 5.2 05B Northwest Fort Bliss B 4,929 917 18.6 05C Northwest Fort Bliss C 4,520 0 0 Northeast Subtotal 19,095 1,203 6.3
  9. 9. Westside Impact Fee Area – 2008 LUA
  10. 10. Westside Impact Fee Area – 2014 LUA Service Area T otal Acr eage Developed Acr eage Acr eage Developed (%) Westside Impact F Service Area ee 2 Westside Master Plan 1,589 0 0 294 5 1.8 03E I-10375 MP 1,132 62 5.5 04A Northwest Artcraft A 1,639 82 5 04B Northwest Artcraft B 807 69 8.5 04C Northwest Artcraft C 159 41 26.1 04D Northwest Artcraft D 218 158 72.6 04E Canutillo 801 759 94.8 2,348 1,416 60.3 8,986 2,597 28.9 03A Northwest Vinton A ----- Other Westside Subtotal
  11. 11. Eastside Impact Fee Area – 2008 LUA
  12. 12. Eastside Impact Fee Area – 2014 LUA Service Area T otal Acr eage Developed Acr eage Acreage Developed (%) E astside Impact F Ser ee vice Area 08B Eastside 4,826 0 0 12 2,919 1,819 62.3 785 113 14.4 118 0 0 2,826 31 1.1 South Montana 12B South Montana B 6 South Fort Bliss 8 East Battle 10B South Fort Bliss B E astside Subtotal 538 0 0 12,013 1,958 16.3
  13. 13. Comparison of Developed Acreage Share Shar of Developed Acr e eage (%) Ser vice Area 2014 E xisting 2018 2024 rojected P ojected 1 P r Nor theast Impact F Service Ar ee ea 1 Northeast Master Plan 0.7 43 15 05A Northwest Fort Bliss A 5.2 5 10 05B Northwest Fort Bliss B 18.6 17 25 05C Northwest Fort Bliss C 0 4 5 0 27 15 03A Northwest Vinton A 1.8 12 10 03E I-10375 MP 5.5 4 10 5 24 20 Westside Impact F Ser ee vice Ar ea 2 Westside Master Plan 04A Northwest Artcraft A 04B Northwest Artcraft B 8.5 13 10 04C Northwest Artcraft C 26.1 37 50 04D Northwest Artcraft D 72.6 38 80 04E Canutillo 94.8 70 95 ----- Other 60.3 28 70 0 17 10 62.3 31 70 14.4 74 20 0 66 20 E astside Impact F Ser ee vice Ar ea 08B Eastside 12 South Montana 12B South Montana B 6 South Fort Bliss 8 East Battle 1.1 72 50 10B South Fort Bliss B 0 8 5
  14. 14. Northeast Impact Fee Area – 2008 LUA
  15. 15. Northeast Impact Fee Area – 2014 LUA
  16. 16. Westside Impact Fee Area – 2008 LUA
  17. 17. Westside Impact Fee Area – 2014 LUA
  18. 18. Eastside Impact Fee Area – 2008 LUA
  19. 19. Eastside Impact Fee Area – 2014 LUA
  20. 20. Service Areas– Total Acreage Service Area Northeast 01 Northeast MP 05A Northwest Fort Bliss A 05B Northwest Fort Bliss B 05C Northwest Fort Bliss C Northeast Subtotal   Total Acreage   4,835 4,812 4,929 4,520 19,095   Westside 02 Westside MP 03A Northwest Vinton A 03E I-10375 MP 04A Northwest Artcraft A 04B Northwest Artcraft B 04C Northwest Artcraft C 04D Northwest Artcraft D 04E Canutillo Other   1,589 294 1,132 1,639 807 159 218 801 2,348 Westside Subtotal   8,986   Eastside 08B Eastside 12 South Montana 12B South Montana B 06 South Fort Bliss 08 East Battle 10B South Fort Bliss B   4,826 2,919 785 118 2,826 538 Eastside Subtotal   12,013   Total 40,094
  21. 21. Ten-Year Growth Projections Census Service Area Northeast 2000   2010           2024 Total Residential Service Units 2024 Total NonResidential Service Units at Build-Out 2024 Total Service Units at Build-Out         2024 Population   01 Northeast MP 0 0  6,514 2,129 425 2,554 05A Northwest Fort Bliss A 0 0  4,956 1,619 9 1,629 2,199 4,799   11,213 3,664 2,951 6,616 10 28   1,512 494 115 609 2,209 4,827   24,193   7,906 3,500 11,407         05B Northwest Fort Bliss B 05C Northwest Fort Bliss C Northeast Subtotal       Westside              02 Westside MP 0 0  2,447 800 83 883 03A Northwest Vinton A 0 0  105 34 105 139 03E I-10375 MP 0 0  872 285 149 434 04A Northwest Artcraft A 299 312   3,505 1,145 0 1,145 04B Northwest Artcraft B 289 251   931 304 27 331 0 0  583 190 96 287 04C Northwest Artcraft C
  22. 22. Full Build-Out Projections Service Area Northeast 01 Northeast MP 05A Northwest Fort Bliss A 05B Northwest Fort Bliss B 05C Northwest Fort Bliss C Northeast Subtotal Population at Build-Out 02 Westside MP 03A Northwest Vinton A 03E I-10375 MP 04A Northwest Artcraft A 04B Northwest Artcraft B 04C Northwest Artcraft C     16,313 1,054 8,722 17,526 9,307 1,165 91 16,285 11,805 26,462 2,298 12,179 54,923   17,024 9,881 168,065 2,833 14,657 30,234   16,195 44,850   14,191 49,556   Total Residential Service Total Non-Residential Service Total Service Units at Units at Build-Out Units at Build-Out Build-Out   43,424   Westside   17,027 71,950             5,331 553 5,885 344 1,049 1,394 2,850 1,493 4,343 5,727 0 5,727 3,041 271 3,313 381 193 574
  23. 23. Full Build-Out Projections Comparison Table   Existing Estimates at Build-Out Total Residential Population Service Units Service Area Northeast     01 Northeast MP 05A Northwest Fort Bliss A 05B Northwest Fort Bliss B 05C Northwest Fort Bliss C 16,353 8,660 13,763 5,810 46,268 24,135 48,047 16,268 Northeast Subtotal 44,586 134,718   4,874 450 2,741 4,592 2,620 560 880 1,684 5,033   14,767 1,364 9,594 18,368 10,480 2,240 3,520 6,736 15,968 23,434 83,037 08B Eastside 12 South Montana 12B South Montana B 06 South Fort Bliss 08 East Battle 10B South Fort Bliss B   652 8,132 22,515 2,477 4,663 3,150   2,607 24,395 67,544 9,908 18,652 12,600 Eastside Subtotal 41,589 109,609                   Updated Estimates at Build-Out Total Residential Population Service Units   14,191 16,195 14,657 9,881 43,424 49,556 44,850 30,234 54,923 168,065   5,331 344 2,850 5,727 3,041 381 750 1,951 3,282     16,313 1,054 8,722 17,526 9,307 1,165 2,296 5,971 10,043 23,659 72,398   Westside 02 Westside MP 03A Northwest Vinton A 03E I-10375 MP 04A Northwest Artcraft A 04B Northwest Artcraft B 04C Northwest Artcraft C 04D Northwest Artcraft D 04E Canutillo Other Westside Subtotal                         Eastside   17,188 5,004 3,202 334 9,496 2,528     52,596 15,313 9,798 1,022 29,058 7,736 135,706                 37,753 115,524 353,461   116,335 355,986     Total
  24. 24. Next Steps - On December 17, 2013, the City Council received the update of the land use assumptions - On December 19, 2013, the Capital Improvements Advisory Committee and the City Plan Commission will receive the same update - Within sixty days after the date City Council has received the update from staff, it must establish a date for public hearing to discuss and review the update and shall determine whether to amend the plan - Thereafter, a series of public meetings must be held to allow for CIAC and CPC to provide recommendations to City Council and receive public comment - The City Council shall approve or disapprove the amendments of the land use assumptions and the capital improvements plan and modification of the impact fees

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