NOTICE OF INTENT TO ADOPT LAND USE ASSUMPTIONS AND INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENTS PLANS
PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE
In accordance with Arizona Revised Statutes 9-463.05, the Marana Town Council will hold a public hearing on August 1, 2017 at or after 7:00p.m at the Marana Municipal Complex located at 11555 W Civic Center Drive, Marana, Arizona to consider the adoption of land use assumption and infrastructure improvements plans for the purpose of the future calculation of impact fees. The land use assumptions include regional growth projections as provided by the Pima Association of Governments and known and expected development activity in Marana. The growth projections and needed services include streets, parks, water, and wastewater facilities. The service area to which the land use assumptions applies is the entire jurisdiction of the Town of Marana.
A copy of the proposed land use assumptions and infrastructure improvements plans area available for viewing during regular business hours at the Marana Municipal Complex located at 11555 W Civic Center Drive, Marana, Arizona and at the Town’s website of www.maranaaz.gov.
Water and Water Reclamation Infrastructure Improvement Plans can be found here.
Current Impact Fees
Roads and Parks
In accordance with Arizona Revised Statutes 9-463.05, the The Town of Marana has adopted impact fees at various times. The most recent impact fee update was in 2014 under Marana Ordinance 2014.12. At that time, new impact fees were calculated for northeast roads, parks, water and sewer. Two impact fees that were only being collected to pay back prior debt, south roads and lower Santa Cruz levee, were re-affirmed. A northwest roads fee was allowed to lapse August 1, 2014.
The impact fee schedule for roads and parks shows the required base impact fees for various land use categories. These base fees do not take into account any creditable infrastructure that a development may provide.
To aid in the assessment of impact fees, an Impact Fees by Subdivision chart showing residential developments for which creditable infrastructure is known and their subsequent net impact fees is maintained by the Town.
Maps of Impact Fee benefit areas
Impact Fee studies
Land use assumptions as adopted (2014)
Parks Infrastructure Improvement Plan as adopted (2014)
Parks and Recreation Facilities Development Fee Report as adopted (2014)
Streets Infrastructure Improvement Plan as adopted (2014)
Street Facilities Development Fee Report as adopted (2014)
Water and Water Reclamation
Impact fees are collected to offset the costs of new infrastructure and services when new development comes into the Town. These one-time charges are used to recover the costs necessary to provide the high level of service expected from the Town of Marana Utilities Department.