Phase 1 Costs
The total estimated cost for Phase 1, single-family property is approximately $100 per month.
30-Year Phase 1 Assessment
It begins in December 2018. This shared infrastructure cost is paid over a 30-year period on property taxes. Starting in December 2018, charges will be reflected in the 2018/2019 property tax installments. After a full year's cost is collected, a 25% to 30% discount will be applied for the following 10 years as part of a successful sales tax initiative.
View the Shared Project Cost table (PDF) for each property's shared cost to construct Phase 1 of the Sewer Project. Access a list of each property's assessment (PDF). To find your property's assessment, locate your property on the list by APN number (this number is listed on your property tax bill) or by address. To search for your property, download the document and open the PDF document.
2014-1 Assessment Engineer's Report
View the report (PDF).
Yearly Assessment Billing Amounts by Property Tax Years 2022 / 2023
Note that the final charges listed in the table do not include a $0.30 fee added by San Bernardino County. The $0.30 County charge is included on the property tax bill.
Select the date and download the PDF list of assessment amounts. For a PC, hold down the "Control" button and the "F" button and type in a property address or parcel number in the search bar. For an Apple, hold down the "Command" button and the "F" button. Tax rolls available are:
For more information about assessments, email Ryan Hutchins or call 760-228-6279.
Assessment Adjustments (Change of Use Properties)
Assessment District 2014-1 was formed in 2015 to finance each property's equitably shared cost of constructing the area's first centralized sewer system and Wastewater Treatment and Reclamation Facility (the "Sewer Project"). The methodology used was based off a property's share benefit of the system and can be further explained in the Assessment District 2014-1 engineer's report. Since formation, there have been some change of use in water use data and property classifications, resulting in corrections and adjustments; therefore, an adjustment to each levy was required to reflect the change in benefit received from using the sewer system.