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Parks & Recreation System Development Charges (SDCs)

Policy Title Print Policy History
Revising Park System Development Charges, Clarifying Fees for Accessory Dwelling Units and Multi-Family Units, and Repealing Resolution 7291
Current PolicyAdopted
Resolution 7330June 12, 2024
Previous PoliciesAdopted
Resolution 7291January 10, 2024
Resolution 7246June 28, 2023
Resolution 4436June 13, 2001
Resolution 4277May 24, 2000
Resolution 4142July 14, 1999
Resolution 3977July 8, 1998
Resolution 3299October 27, 1993
Resolution 3300October 27, 1993
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