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School Facilities Needs Analysis (SFNA) Report Available for Review

School Facilities Needs Analysis (SFNA) Report Available for Review

A Public Hearing date has been set by the School District for June 11, 2019, to consider the adoption of the SFNA. 

With the passage of Senate Bill 50 and Proposition 1A in 1998, upon meeting certain requirements, school districts have the option of adopting alternative school fees (“Alternative Fees”), also known as Level II and Level III fees. These Alternative Fees are beyond the base statutory school fees, Level I Fees, which may be collected from new residential housing to finance new school facility construction.

This School Facilities Needs Analysis (“SFNA”) has been prepared for the Dublin Unified School District (“School District”) in accordance with Education Code Section 17620 et seq. and Government Code Section 65995 et seq. and serves as the basis for justifying the collection of Alternative Fees and the level at which they may be levied. More specifically, the SFNA is conducted in order to determine the need for new school facilities for unhoused pupils that are attributable to projected enrollment growth from the development of new residential units over the next five (5) years. The SFNA is required to be adopted by resolution at a public hearing after it has been made available to the public for a period of not less than thirty days. Prior to the public hearing, the public has the opportunity to review and comment on the SFNA. The Alternative Fees, which may be adopted at the public hearing take effect immediately and are valid for a maximum of one (1) year, unless a revised report is adopted.

View Report Here: School Facilities Needs Analysis 2019 (SFNA)
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