§ 409.

CITYWIDE DEVELOPMENT FEE REPORTING REQUIREMENTS AND COST INFLATION FEE ADJUSTMENTS

a.

Citywide Development Fee and Development Impact Requirements Report. In coordination with the Development Fee Collection Unit at DBI and the Planning Director, the Controller shall issue a report within 180 days after the end of each even numbered year fiscal year 1 , that provides information on all development fees established in the San Francisco Planning Code collected during the prior two fiscal years organized by development fee account and all cumulative monies collected over the life of each development fee account, as well as all monies expended. The report shall also provide information on the number of projects that elected to satisfy development impact requirements through the provision of “in-kind” physical improvements, including on-site and off-site BMR units, instead of paying development fees. The report shall also include any annual reporting information otherwise required pursuant to the California Mitigation Fee Act, Government Code 66001 et seq. The report shall be presented by the Planning Director to the Planning Commission and to the Land Use & Economic Development Committee of the Board of Supervisors. The Report shall also contain information on the Controller’s annual construction cost inflation adjustments to development fees described in subsection (b) below, as well as information on MOH’s separate adjustment of the Jobs-Housing Linkage and Inclusionary Affordable Housing fees described in Sections 413.6(b) and 415.5(b)(3).

b.

Annual Development Fee Infrastructure Construction Cost Inflation Adjustments. Prior to issuance of the Citywide Development Fee and Development Impact Requirements Report referenced in subsection (a) above, the Controller shall review the amount of each development fee established in the San Francisco Planning Code and, with the exception of the Jobs-Housing Linkage Fee in Section 413 et seq. and the Inclusionary Affordable Housing Fee in Section 415 et seq., shall adjust the dollar amount of any development fee on an annual basis every January 1 based solely on the Annual Infrastructure Construction Cost Inflation Estimate published by the Office of the City Administrator’s Capital Planning Group and approved by the City’s Capital Planning Committee no later than November 1 every year, without further action by the Board of Supervisors. The Annual Infrastructure Construction Cost Inflation Estimate shall be updated by the Capital Planning Group on an annual basis and no later November 1 every year, in consultation with the Capital Planning Committee, in order to establish a reasonable estimate of construction cost inflation for the next calendar year for a mix of public infrastructure and facilities in San Francisco. The Capital Planning Group may rely on past construction cost inflation data, market trends and a variety of national, state and local commercial and institutional construction cost inflation indices in developing their annual estimates for San Francisco. The Planning Department and the Development Fee Collection Unit at DBI shall provide notice of the Controller’s development fee adjustments, including the Annual Infrastructure Construction Cost Inflation Estimate formula used to calculate the adjustment, and MOH’s separate adjustment of the Jobs-Housing Linkage and Inclusionary Affordable Housing Fees on the Planning Department and DBI website and to any interested party who has requested such notice at least 30 days prior to the adjustment taking effect each January 1. The Jobs-Housing Linkage Fee and the Inclusionary Affordable Housing fees shall be adjusted under the procedures established in Sections 413.6(b) and 415.5(b)(3).

AMENDMENT HISTORY

CODIFICATION NOTE

History

(Added by Ord. 108-10, File No. 091275, App. 5/25/2010; amended by Ord. 55-11, File No. 101523, App. 3/23/2011; Ord. 263-13, File No. 130549, App. 11/27/2013, Eff. 12/27/2013)

Section header and divisions (a) and (b) amended; Ord. 263-13, Eff. 12/27/2013.

1. So in Ord. 263-13.

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