1. Fee Zones: Move to a single citywide fee structure for transportation, public safety, and storm drain facilities by merging the southeast and southwest area development impact fees (SEADIF and SWADIF) into the capital facilities fee (CFF).
2. Total Fee Burden: Maintain same level of fee revenue citywide by (1) increasing the CFF by 28% to compensate for revenue loss from elimination of the SEADIF and SWADIF, and (2) equalizing the park fee across all four zones.
3. Revenue Allocation: (1) Maintain the same allocation of CFF revenue to transportation (73%), public safety (13%), storm drain (13%), and administration (1%), and (2) allow greater use of park fee revenues citywide.
4. Capital Project Planning: Use a combination of facility standards (level of service, etc.), master plans, and stakeholder input to identify projects eligible for funding from fee revenues.
5. Planning Horizon: Use 2040 for planning horizon instead of buildout.
6. Land Use Categories: Use fewer, consistent land use categories to apply CFF and park fees.