Elk Grove Mayor Says 'Let's Go Forward' - City Approves $50+ Million Pool, Senior, Vet Centers



January 13, 2016 |

Tonight the Elk Grove City Council unanimously approved a massive $50-plus million civic center project at their regular meeting.

The project will include a recreational-competitive aquatics center, Veterans Hall, and a combination senior and community facility. The project will be located in Elk Grove's Civic Center in the Laguna Ridge community near Civic Center Drive and Big Horn Boulevard.

A detailed report on the council's deliberations and financing will be posted later.  


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Anonymous said...

Interested to hear the details. Was the 10M platform removed?

Anonymous said...

Where is the money going to come from?

Fall from the sky?

Elk Grove is well on the way to becoming Stockton north.

Lynn said...

In addition to the current Laguna Ridge residents, CFD 2006-1 puts all future homeowners in the city on the hook for an unlimited tax assessment for sports and recreation facilities.

CFD 2006-1:related maintenance costs associated with public parkways,
public parks, open space, landscape setbacks, bike and other paths,
landscaped medians in and adjacent to roadways, maintenance and
operation of a community center, sports (including aquatic) facilities,
cultural arts center, and water features, and maintenance of other
related facilities.

City Web site: CFD 2006-1
"The special tax will be levied in perpetuity (forever). The special tax is levied on single family lots that have a final map, and on single family units that have a building permit. The special tax is levied on multi-family units with a building permit, and on non-residential acreage with a building permit."

Anonymous said...

I need to pull out my tax bill and see if I am part of CFD 2006-1 I am not going to be very happy. What a sham! Shame on Detrick and Hume for breaking yet another promise.

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