The Goodyear Community Facilities General District No. 1, the Palm Valley Community Facilities District No. 3, the Goodyear Community Facilities Utilities District No. 1, the Wildflower Ranch Community Facilities District No. 1, the Wildflower Ranch Community Facilities District No. 2, the Cottonflower Community Facilities District, the Estrella Mountain Ranch Community Facilities District, the King Ranch Community Facilities District, the Centerra Community Facilities District, and the Cortina Community Facilities District will hold Public Budget Hearings on June 22, 2020, starting at 6:00 P.M., in the Goodyear Justice Center, at 14455 W. Van Buren St., Ste. B101 (southeast corner of 145th Avenue and Van Buren Street), Goodyear, Arizona.  Any taxpayer in any of the above-listed Districts may appear and be heard in favor of or against any of the proposed expenditures or tax levies.  The proposed budgets under consideration are available at the Goodyear Branch Library located at 14455 W. Van Buren St., Ste. C101, Goodyear, Arizona, 85338 and the City Clerk Office located at Goodyear City Hall, 190 N. Litchfield Rd., Goodyear, Arizona, 85338.


Summary of Expenditures, Property Tax Levies, and Property Tax Rates Fiscal Year 2021 (click here for information)


A Community Facilities District (CFD) is a special taxing district that allows the financing of the installation, operation and maintenance of public improvements such as roads, water and wastewater facilities, flood control and drainage projects that benefit a specified area.  The Arizona Community Facilities District Act became effective in 1988 with Title 48 of the Arizona Revised Statutes.  Many Arizona communities such as Scottsdale, Surprise, Peoria, Buckeye, Mesa and Goodyear have utilized CFDs to finance the installation and maintenance of infrastructure for specific communities. Creation and use of CFD’s to finance public infrastructure is generally brought forward by a Developer for consideration by the City early in the development stage of a new community.  The bonds associated with the CFDs are the responsibility of property owners, so as a community develops, the responsibility for payment of that debt shifts from the developer to the home owner as it is the property owner who benefits from the public infrastructure improvements.  CFD property tax rates vary by year depending on the levy needed to cover debt service requirements and operations and maintenance. CFDs will appear under the Special District section of your Maricopa County property tax statement.


Community Facilities Districts were formed for the purpose of acquiring and improving public infrastructure in specified land areas.  As special purpose districts and separate political subdivisions under the Arizona Constitution, the Districts levy taxes and issue bonds independently of the City.  Property owners in the designated areas are assessed for District taxes and thus for the cost of operating the Districts.  Although the City Council serves as the Board of Directors for each independent district, the City has no liability for the debt of any District, nor does any other district have any liability for another district.

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