Stockton Consolidated Storm Drainage Maintenance Assessment District No. 2005-1
The Stockton Consolidated Storm Drainage Maintenance Assessment District No. 2005-1 (District) was established in 2005 as a means to operate and maintain permanent stormwater treatment improvements (devices). These treatment devices are a requirement of the City's Stormwater National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Permit. There are specific zones within the consolidated District that provide a special benefit or service to that zone.
Each tax year, an annual engineer's report is prepared for the District, which is then approved by the City Council. The report identifies each zone within the District, the devices to be maintained within each zone, and the assessment per parcel for operating and maintaining the treatment devices. The fees are collected through the property tax bill. Property owners are responsible for only the operation and maintenance of those treatment devices within their zone from which they receive benefit.
Industrial Storm Drainage Basin Maintenance Assessment Districts
Storm Drain Basin Maintenance Assessment Districts were established to fund the operation and maintenance of five storm drain basins throughout the City. These basins provide storage for excess runoff and work to prevent area flooding. Annual budgets are prepared separately for each of these districts, which are then approved by the City Council. Property owners are responsible to fund only the operation and maintenance of those basins from which they receive benefit.
The five storm drain basins include:
- Engineer's Report
- Airport Business Center Assessment District
- Airport Gateway Assessment District
- Arch Road Industrial Park Assessment District
- Charter Way Assessment District
- Western Pacific Industrial Park Assessment District
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