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Ordinance 22525-12-2016 ORDINANCE NO. 22525-12-2016 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 35, "WATER AND SEWERS", OF THE CODE OF THE CITY OF FORT WORTH (2015) AS AMENDED, BY AMENDING ARTICLE III "CHARGES", DIVISION 2 "WATER AND WASTEWATER IMPACT FEES", EXHIBIT A, INCORPORATED BY REFERENCE INTO SECTION 35-70.2(a); AMENDING EXHIBIT B, INCORPORATED BY REFERENCE INTO SECTION 35-70.2(b); AMENDING SCHEDULE 1, INCORPORATED BY REFERENCE INTO SECTIONS 35-70.3(a), 35-73(a) and 35-78(a); AMENDING SCHEDULE 2, INCORPORATED BY REFERENCE INTO SECTION 35-70.3(b), 35-73(b) and 35-78(b); AMENDING EXHIBIT C, INCORPORATED BY REFERENCE INTO SECTION 35-71(a); AMENDING EXHIBIT D, INCORPORATED BY REFERENCE INTO SECTION 35-72(a); AMENDING EXHIBIT E, INCORPORATED BY REFERENCE INTO SECTION 35-76(a); AMENDING EXHIBIT F, INCORPORATED BY REFERENCE INTO SECTION 35-77(a); MAKING THIS ORDINANCE CUMULATIVE OF PRIOR ORDINANCES AND REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES AND PROVISIONS OF THE CODE OF THE CITY OF FORT WORTH IN CONFLICT HEREWITH; PROVIDING A SEVERABILITY CLAUSE; AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE. WHEREAS, Section 395.052(a) of Chapter 395 of the Texas Local Government Code requires the City to review and update its current Land Use Assumptions, Capital Improvements Plans and Impact Fees related to water and wastewater facilities at least every five (5) years; and WHEREAS, in January of 2016, the City began the process to amend the Land Use Assumptions, Capital Improvements Plans and Impact Fees in compliance with the statutory requirements of Chapter 395; and WHEREAS, the Capital Improvement Advisory Committee, established pursuant to Section 395.058 of Chapter 395, convened on April 14, June 8, July 7, August 15, September 14 and October 5, 2016 to discuss and review the Capital Improvement costs eligible to be included in the Impact Fee calculations, credit calculation methodology and Ordinance No.22525-12-2016 Page 1 of 10 to review and approve the Land Use Assumptions, Capital Improvements Plans and Maximum Assessable Impact Fees; and to make a recommendation on the Impact Fees the City Council should adopt for collection; and WHEREAS on October 12, 2016, the City made available to the public, copies of the proposed amended Land Use Assumptions and Capital Improvements Plans related to water and wastewater facilities and impact fees; and WHEREAS, as required by Section 395.050 of the Texas Local Government Code, the Capital Improvement Advisory Committee approved the Land Use Assumptions, Capital Improvements Plans and Maximum Assessable Water and Wastewater Impact Fees per service unit and submitted its written comments on the proposed amendments to the City Council on November 1, 2016; and WHEREAS, the Capital Improvement Advisory Committee recommends adoption of 40% of the Maximum Assessable per service unit established by the Land Use Assumptions and Capital Improvements Plans report which equates to $1,758 and $1,044, respectively, with an annual phase-in of$627 per equivalent unit over three (3) years to reach the 40%; and WHEREAS, as required by Section 395.054 of the Texas Local Government Code, the City Council conducted a public hearing to discuss the proposed amendments to the Land Use Assumptions, Capital Improvements Plans and Impact Fees on November 15, 2016, to be adopted by ordinance within thirty (30) days following the public hearing; and Ordinance No. 22525-12-2016 Page 2 of 10 WHEREAS, by the adoption of this ordinance, the City Council approves the amendments to the Land Use Assumptions and Capital Improvements Plans; and establishes the new Maximum Assessable Impact Fees and the schedule(s) of the amount of such Maximum Assessable Impact Fees to be collected upon issuance of a building permit. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF FORT WORTH,TEXAS: SECTION 1. Part 11 of the Code of the City of Fort Worth, Texas (2015), as amended, Chapter 35 "Water and Sewers", Article III "Charges", Division 2 "Water and Wastewater Impact Fees", Section 35-70.2(a), Exhibit A, "Land Use Assumptions for Water", incorporated by reference, is hereby amended to be as shown on Exhibit A, attached hereto. SECTION 2. Part II of the Code of the City of Fort Worth, Texas (2015), as amended, Chapter 35 "Water and Sewers", Article III "Charges", Division 2 "Water and Wastewater Impact Fees", Section 35-70.2(b), Exhibit B, "Land Use Assumptions for Wastewater", incorporated by reference is hereby amended to be as shown on Exhibit B, attached hereto. SECTION 3. Part 11 of the Code of the City of Fort Worth, Texas (2015), as amended, Chapter 35 "Water and Sewers", Article III "Charges", Division 2 "Water and Wastewater Impact Fees", Sections 35-70.3(a), 35-73(a) and 35-78(a) Schedule 1 incorporated by reference is hereby amended to establish the new Maximum Assessable Impact Fees for Water and Wastewater for all plats recorded on or after April 1, 2017 as shown on the amended Schedule 1 attached hereto. Ordinance No.22525-12-2016 Page 3 of 10 SECTION 4. Part II of the Code of the City of Fort Worth, Texas (2015), as amended, Chapter 35 "Water and Sewers", Article III "Charges", Division 2 "Water and Wastewater Impact Fees", Sections 35-70.3(b), 35-73(b) and 35-78(b) Schedule 2, incorporated by reference is hereby amended to show the discounted amount of the Maximum Assessable Impact Fees, established in Section 3, for all plats recorded on or after April 1, 2017 and, to be effective and collected at the time a building permit is issued by the schedules described and attached hereto: • Schedule 2A shall be the discounted amount of the Maximum Assessable Impact Fees to be effective and collected for all building permits issued on or after April 1, 2017 but before April 1, 2018 and shall be titled "Collected Impact Fee for Water and Wastewater Schedule—Year I". • Schedule 213 shall be the discounted amount of the Maximum Assessable Impact Fees to be effective and collected for all building permits issued on or after April 1, 2018 but before April 1, 2019, and shall be titled "Collected Impact Fee for Water and Wastewater Schedule—Year 2". • Schedule 2C shall be the discounted amount of the Maximum Assessable Impact Fees to be effective and collected for all building permits issued on or after April 1, 2019 until the adoption of new Impact Fees by the City Council in compliance with Chapter 395 of the Texas Local Government Code, and shall be titled "Collected Impact Fee for Water and Wastewater Schedule—Year 3". SECTION 5. Part II of the Code of the City of Fort Worth, Texas (2015), as amended, Chapter 35 "Water and Sewers", Article III "Charges", Division 2 "Water and Wastewater Impact Fees", Section 35-71(a), Exhibit C, "Water Benefit Area", incorporated by reference, is hereby amended to be as shown on Exhibit C, attached hereto. Ordinance No.22525-12-2016 Page 4 of 10 SECTION 6. Part II of the Code of the City of Fort Worth, Texas (2015), as amended, Chapter 35 "Water and Sewers", Article III "Charges", Division 2 "Water and Wastewater Impact Fees", Section 35-72(a), Exhibit D, "Water Capital Improvements Plan", incorporated by reference, is hereby amended to be as shown on Exhibit D, attached hereto. SECTION 7. Part II of the Code of the City of Fort Worth, Texas (2015), as amended, Chapter 35 "Water and Sewers", Article III "Charges", Division 2 "Water and Wastewater Impact Fees", Section 35-76(a), Exhibit E, "Wastewater Benefit Area", incorporated by reference, is hereby amended to be as shown on Exhibit E, attached hereto. SECTION 8. Part II of the Code of the City of Fort Worth, Texas (2015), as amended, Chapter 35 "Water and Sewers", Article III "Charges", Division 2 "Water and Wastewater Impact Fees", Section 35-77(a), Exhibit F, "Wastewater Capital Improvements Plan", incorporated by reference, is hereby amended to be as shown on Exhibit F, attached hereto. SECTION 9. Part II of the Code of the City of Fort Worth, Texas (2015), as amended, Chapter 35 "Water and Sewers", Article III "Charges", Division 2 "Water and Wastewater Impact Fees", Section 35-70.5(b)(1), "Computation and Collection of Impact Fee", is hereby amended to be as follows: The amount of each Impact Fee due shall be determined by multiplying the number of service units generated by the new development by the Impact Fee due per service unit for the benefit area using the schedule then in effect. Ordinance No. 22525-12-2016 Page 5 of 10 SECTION 10. This ordinance shall be cumulative of all provisions of ordinances and of the Code of the City of Fort Worth, Texas (2015), as amended, except where the provisions of this ordinance are in direct conflict with the provisions of such ordinances and such Code, in which event conflicting provisions of such ordinances and such Code are hereby repealed. SECTION 11. It is hereby declared to be the intention of the City Council that the sections, paragraphs, sentences, clauses and phrases of this ordinance are severable, and, if any phrase, clause, sentence, paragraph or section of this ordinance shall be declared unconstitutional by the valid judgment or decree of any court of competent jurisdiction, such unconstitutionality shall not affect any of the remaining phrases, clauses, sentences, paragraphs and section of this ordinance, since the same would have been enacted by the City Council without the incorporation in this ordinance of any such unconstitutional phrase, clause, sentence, paragraph or section. SECTION 12. This ordinance shall be effective on April 1, 2017. APPROVED AS TO FORM AND LEGALITY: G Christ , . Lopez-R &olds, Mary Kayse Sr. Assistant City Attorney City Secretary ADOPTED: December 6, 2016 Ordinance No.22525-12-2016 Page 6 of 10 SCHEDULE1 MAXIMUM ASSESSABLE IMPACT FEE FOR WATER AND WASTEWATER SCHEDULE For all Plats Recorded on or after April 1, 2017 METER SIZE EQUIVALENCY WATER WASTEWATER FACTOR IMPACT FEE IMPACT FEE 5/8" x 5/8" and 5/8" x 1.00 $4,395 $2,609 3/4" 3/4" x 3/4" 1.50 $6,593 $3,914 1" 2.50 $10,988 $6,523 1-1/2" 5.00 $21,975 $13,045 2" 8.00 $35,160 $20,872 3" 21.75 $95,591 $56,746 4" 37.50 $164,813 $97,838 6" 80.00 $351,600 $208,720 8" 140.00 $615,300 $365,260 10" 210.00 $922,950 $547,890 Referenced in Section 35-70.3(a), 35-73(a) and 35-78(a) Ordinance No.22525-12-2016 Page 7 of 10 SCHEDULE 2A THE EFFECTIVE AND COLLECTED IMPACT FEE FOR WATER AND WASTEWATER SCHEDULE — YEAR 1 Effective for all Building Permits issued on or after April 1, 2017, but before April 1, 2018 METER SIZE EQUIVALENCY WATER WASTEWATER FACTOR IMPACT FEE IMPACT FEE 5/8" x 5/8" and 5/8" x 1.00 $971 $577 3/4" 3/4" x 3/4" 1.50 $1,457 $865 1" 2.50 $2,428 $1,442 1-1/2" 5.00 $4,857 $2,883 2" 8.00 $7,771 $4,613 3" 21.75 $21,127 $12,542 4" 37.50 $36,426 $21,624 6" 80.00 $77,709 $46,131 8" 140.00 $135,991 $80,729 10" 210.00 $203,987 $121,093 Referenced in Section 35-70.3(a), 35-73(a) and 35-78(a) Ordinance No.22525-12-2016 Page 8 of 10 SCHEDULE M THE EFFECTIVE AND COLLECTED IMPACT FEE FOR WATER AND WASTEWATER SCHEDULE — YEAR 2 Effective for all Building Permits issued on or after April 1, 2018, but before April 1, 2019 METER SIZE EQUIVALENCY WATER WASTEWATER FACTOR IMPACT FEE IMPACT FEE 5/8" x 5/8" and 5/8" x 1.00 $1,365 $810 3/4" 3/4" x 3/4" 1.50 $2,047 $1,215 1" 2.50 $3,412 $2,025 1-1/2" 5.00 $6,824 $4,051 2" 8.00 $10,918 $6,482 3" 21.75 $29,685 $17,622 4" 37.50 $51,180 $30,382 6" 80.00 $109,185 $64,815 8" 140.00 $191,073 $113,427 10" 210.00 $286,610 $170,140 Referenced in Section 35-70.3(a), 35-73(a) and 35-78(a) Ordinance No.22525-12-2016 Page 9 of 10 SCHEDULE 2C THE EFFECTIVE AND COLLECTED IMPACT FEE FOR WATER AND WASTEWATER SCHEDULE — YEAR 3 Effective for all Building Permits issued on or after April 1, 2019 METER SIZE EQUIVALENCY WATER WASTEWATER FACTOR IMPACT FEE IMPACT FEE 5/8" x 5/8" and 5/8" x 1.00 $1,758 $1,044 3/4" 3/4" x 3/4" 1.50 $2,637 $1,566 ill 2.50 $4,396 $2,609 1-1/2" 5.00 $8,791 $5,219 2" 8.00 $14,066 $8,350 3" 21.75 $38,242 $22,702 4" 37.50 $65,934 $39,141 6" 80.00 $140,660 $83,500 8" 140.00 $246,155 $146,125 10" 210.00 $369,233 $219,187 Referenced in Section 35-70.3(a), 35-73(a)and 35-78(a) Ordinance No.22525-12-2016 Page 10 of 10 City of Fort Worth, Texas Mayor and Council Communication COUNCIL ACTION: Approved on 12/6/2016 - Ordinance No. 22525-12-2016 DATE: Tuesday, December 6, 2016 REFERENCE NO.: G-18894 LOG NAME: 60UPDATE WTR AND WW IMPACT FEES 2016 SUBJECT: Adopt Ordinance Amending Chapter 35 of the City Code "Water and Sewers", Article III "Charges", Division 2 "Water and Wastewater Impact Fees", Revising the Land Use Assumptions, Capital Improvements Plans and Impact Fee Schedules for Water and Wastewater Facilities (ALL COUNCIL DISTRICTS) RECOMMENDATION: It is recommended that the City Council adopt the attached ordinance amending Chapter 35 of the City Code "Water and Sewers"Article III "Charges", Division 2 "Water and Wastewater Impact Fees", revising the land use assumptions, capital improvements plans and impact fee schedules for water and wastewater facilities. DISCUSSION: Section 395.052 of the Local Government Code requires the City to amend its Land Use Assumptions (LUA), Capital Improvements Plans (CIP) and Impact Fees at least every five years and as necessary to reflect any changes in the LUA, CIP and the Impact Fee Ordinance. The LUA amendment includes amending the service area boundaries and population projections. The CIP amendment includes amending the list of impact fee eligible projects and costs for the next 10 years based on the amended LUA. The last impact fee update was in 2012. The City is further required to hold a public hearing to discuss the amendments to the LUA and CIP. On January 12, 2016 (M&C C-27594) the City Council authorized the City Manager to execute a contract with Freese and Nichols to prepare the amendments to the Land Use Assumptions, Capital Improvements Plans and revised Maximum Assessable Impact Fee (City Secretary Contract No. 47451). City staff met with the Capital Improvements Advisory Committee (CAC), Wholesale Customers' Sub-Committee, Development Advisory Committee (DAC) representatives and Retail Rate Structure Stakeholder Group representatives on April 14, June 8, July 7, August 15, September 14 and October 5, 2016 as part of the process to complete the LUA and CIP amendment study. Through out these meetings, Freese and Nichols presented its report and the revisions to these committees. On June 10, 2016, City staff and our consultant briefed the Wholesale Customers'Advisory Committee on the status of the LUA and CIP amendment study. On August 15 and November 14, 2016, the amendments were presented to the DAC and on October 11, 2016, to the Infrastructure &Transportation Committee of the City Council. Pursuant to Section 395.054 of the Texas Local Government Code, on October 11, 2016, the City Council approved a resolution calling for a public hearing to consider the adoption of the recommended amendments to the LUA, CIP, Maximum Assessable Impact Fee and the Water and Wastewater Impact Fee Schedules. Also in compliance with Chapter 395, notice of the public hearing was published in various newspapers in Tarrant and surrounding counties on October 12, 2016. Logname: 60UPDATE WTR AND WW IMPACT FEES 2016 Page 1 of 2 The amendments have been available for public inspection since October 12, 2016, at the Downtown Fort Worth Library, City Secretary's Office and Fort Worth Water Department. The amendments were also made available on the City's website. In accordance with Chapter 395.050 of the Local Government Code, on October 5, 2016, the CAC unanimously voted to recommend adoption of the amendments to the LUA and CIP, which established the Water and Wastewater Maximum Assessable Impact Fee to be $7,004.00 per equivalent meter unit. By a 4 to 1 vote, the CAC recommended a yearly $627.00 increase in impact fees for the next three years, an increase from the existing $921.00 to $2,802.00 per equivalent meter unit, which corresponds to 40 percent of the Maximum Assessable Impact Fee. On November 1st, the CAC's written recommendations were presented to City Council during the Council Work Session. On November 15, 2016, the City Council conducted a public hearing in an open session at a regularly scheduled City Council meeting to consider and hear comments on the proposed amendments. Staff recommends that the City Council approve the amended LUA, CIP and $7,004.00 as the Water and Wastewater Maximum Assessable Impact Fee by adoption of the attached ordinance. The ordinance would establish impact fees schedules increasing the fees annually by $627.00 over the next three years, from the existing $921.00 to $2,802.00 per equivalent meter to reach the CAC's recommended 40 percent of the Maximum Assessable Impact Fee by April 1, 2019. An equivalent meter unit is a measurement applicable to a typical single-family dwelling. The proposed water and wastewater impact fees schedules would take effect on April 1, 2017. This M&C does not request approval of a contract with a business entity. FISCAL INFORMATION /CERTIFICATION: The Director of Finance certifies that the Water Department is responsible for the collection and deposit of funds due to the City. FUND IDENTIFIERS (FIDs): TO Fund Department ccoun Project Program ctivity Budget Reference # moun ID ID Year Chartfield 2 FROM Fund Department ccoun Project Program ctivity Budget Reference # moun ID ID Year Chartfield 2 CERTIFICATIONS: Submitted for City Manager's Office by: Jay Chapa (5804) Originating Department Head: John Carman (8246) Additional Information Contact: Wendy Chi-Babulal (8242) Logname: 60UPDATE WTR AND WW IMPACT FEES 2016 Page 2 of 2 A Resolution NO. 4689-10-2016 A RESOLUTION SETTING A PUBLIC HEARING TO BE HELD DURING THE CITY COUNCIL MEETING BEGINNING AT 7:00 P.M. ON TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 2016 IN THE CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS OF THE CITY OF FORT WORTH, 1000 THROCKMORTON STREET, FORT WORTH, TEXAS, TO CONSIDER AMENDMENTS TO THE IMPACT FEES FOR WATER AND WASTEWATER FACILITIES WHEREAS, in accordance with Chapter 395 of the Texas Local Goverment Code, a public hearing is required to consider amendments to Land Use Assumptions, Capital Improvements Plans and associated impact fees for water and wastewater facilities;and WHEREAS, the City of Fort Worth is considering amendments to Land Use Assumptions, Capital Improvements Plans,and associated impact fees for water and wastewater facilities. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF FORT WORTH, TEXAS: A public hearing will be held at 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday, November 15, 2016, in the City Council Chambers of the City of Fort Worth, 1000 Throckmorton, Fort Worth, Texas, for the purpose of considering amendments to the Land Use Assumptions and Capital Improvements Plan for water and wastewater facilities for which an amended impact fee may be imposed. Impact fees for each category of facilities may be used to generate revenue for funding or recouping the costs of water facilities and wastewater facilities, respectively, or the expansion of such necessitated by and which are attributable to new development. Revised impact fees will be considered at a late date. Any member of the public may appear at the public hearing and present evidence for or against the approval of the Land Use Assumptions, Capital Improvements Plan amendments and associated impact fees. i 6 'oaaoanII Adopted this 1� day of Octo 2016. ® °Rr"l ATTEST: 0 do dQ�'��°Oaooee°°� *c► By: 044 anQ�,4,, °' Mary J, ser, City Secretary FORT WORTH® Capital Improvements Plan Advisory Committee City of Fort Worth,Texas October 21,2016 The Honorable Mayor and City Council City of Fort Worth 1000 Throckmorton St. Fort Worth,TX 76102 RE: Capital Improvements Advisory Committee Recommendations Dear Mayor Price and Members of the City Council: The Capital Improvements Plan Advisory Committee(CAC)has been working with City staff and the consulting firm of Freese and Nichols, Inc. since January 2016 on an update to the Land Use Assumptions and Capital Improvements Plan for water and wastewater facilities, which are used to calculate Impact Fees. The CAC is composed of the following members: • Mr. Bob Madeja,Chairman-Building Community • Ms. Betty Mars, Neighborhood Community • Mr. Don Little, Development Community • Mr. Don E.Allen, Real Estate Representative • Mr. Steve Sievers, ETJ Representative • Mr. George Felan, Neighborhood Community After review and discussion of these items, the CAC met on October 5, 2016 and unanimously recommends the following: • The CAC finds that the methodology used for these determinations made by Freese and Nichols is in accordance with Chapter 395 of the Texas Local Government Code. • The updated population and employment information is for the twenty year planning period (2017-2037). The planning period must be at least ten years per Chapter 395. These numbers are based on information provided by the City of Fort Worth Planning Department, the North Central Texas Council of Governments, and the wholesale customers' survey responses. Each wholesale customer had the opportunity to revise its forecast after the review process. • The Capital Improvements Plan methodology for cost allocation is reasonable and only includes costs attributable to new development in the next ten years(2017-2027) per Chapter 395. The water and wastewater Capital Improvement Plan represents the new facilities required for the growth based upon the updated Land Use Assumptions. Page 2 of 2 • The equivalent meter unit is an appropriate measure for service unit determination for the next ten years (2017—2027) per Chapter 395, and the calculation of service units has been made accurately. • The maximum potential impact fee is calculated by dividing the total growth related capital improvements project cost for the next ten years by the total projected growth in the number of service units for the next ten years. • Adoption of the updated Land Use Assumptions,the Capital Improvements Plan, and$7004 per service unit as the Maximum Allowable Impact Fee. By a 4 to 1 vote, the CAC recommends a yearly increase of $627 per equivalent unit for the next three years from the e)asting $921 to $2,802 per equivalent unit, which is 40 percent of the$7,004 per equivalent unit Maximum Allowable Impact Fee. Prior to the vote, the dissenting voter reiterated their concern with rate payers subsidizing future growth. The CAC will continue to review the on-going impact fee collection, capital improvements progress and service unit growth and provide semi-annual reports to City Council in accordance with Chapter 395. Sin , 0 Bob Madeja Chairman,Capital Improvements Plan Advisory Committee eor 8 a Oanie<<Feran td f 088:35:35 PM M GMT on E,AIIen,Real Estate Representative George Felan, Neighborhood Community i Don le, Development Com unity Betty Mars, Neighborhood Community Steve Sievers, ETJ Representative Page 2 of 2 • The equivalent meter unit is an appropriate measure for service unit determination for the next ten years(2017—2027) per Chapter 395, and the calculation of service units has been made accurately. • The maximum potential impact fee is calculated by dividing the total growth related capital improvements project cost for the next ten years by the total projected growth in the number of service units for the next ten years. • Adoption of the updated Land Use Assumptions,the Capital Improvements Plan, and$7004 per service unit as the Maximum Allowable Impact Fee. By a 4 to 1 vote, the CAC recommends a yearly increase of $627 per equivalent unit for the next three years from the existing $921 to $2,802 per equivalent unit, which is 40 percent of the $7,004 per equivalent unit Maximum Allowable Impact Fee. Prior to the vote, the dissenting voter reiterated their concern with rate payers subsidizing future growth. The CAC will continue to review the on-going impact fee collection, capital improvements progress and service unit growth and provide semi-annual reports to City Council in accordance with Chapter 395. Sincerely, Bob Madeja Chairman, Capital Improvements Plan Advisory Committee Don E.Allen, Real Estate Representative George Felan, Neighborhood Community 10/24/2016 02:31 AM GMT Don Little, Development Community Betty Mars, Neighborhood Community Steve Sievers, ETJ Representative Page 2 of 2 • The equivalent meter unit is an appropriate measure for service unit determination for the next ten years(2017—2027) per Chapter 395, and the calculation of service units has been made accurately. • The maximum potential impact fee is calculated by dividing the total growth related capital improvements project cost for the next ten years by the total projected growth in the number of service units for the next ten years. • Adoption of the updated Land Use Assumptions, the Capital Improvements Plan, and$7004 per service unit as the Maximum Allowable Impact Fee. By a 4 to 1 vote, the CAC recommends a yearly increase of $627 per equivalent unit for the next three years from the existing $921 to $2,802 per equivalent unit, which is 40 percent of the$7,004 per equivalent unit Maximum Allowable Impact Fee. Prior to the vote, the dissenting voter reiterated their concern with rate payers subsidizing future growth. The CAC will continue to review the on-going impact fee collection, capital improvements progress and service unit growth and provide semi-annual reports to City Council in accordance with Chapter 395. Sincerely, Bob Madeja Chairman, Capital Improvements Plan Advisory Committee Don E.Allen, Real Estate Representative George Felan, Neighborhood Community Don Little,Development Community Betty Mars, Neighborhood Community s `fll8 ,Stey$t'S Z 0138 PM GMT Steve Sievers, ETJ Representative FREESE Water & Wastewater Impact Fee Update EXHIBIT A: Land Use Assumptions Water Facilities 2017- 2037 Prepared for: City of Fort Worth Water Department FORTWORTH. FREESE AND NICHOLS,INC. 4055 International Plaza,Suite 200 Fort Worth,Texas 76109 817-735-7300 FTW16125 October 07,2016 Water&Wastewater Impact Fee Update FREESE FORT WORTH Exhibit A- Land Use Assumptions:Water Facilities V11 ?NICHOLS Water & Wastewater Impact Fee Update Prepared for: City of Fort Worth Water Department ��1�•••'•�••••`rto� 40r t �•�••••60 1101 i ti'{6r•,�••.� j♦�l ir it MV N 04M5.MC TIEW REOSTER£D EhGKEERt4 FRk Prepared by: FREESE AND NICHOLS,INC. 4055 International Plaza,Suite 200 Fort Worth,Texas 76109 817-735-7300 FTW16125 i Water&Wastewater Impact Fee Update FREESE FORT WORTH® Exhibit A- Land Use Assumptions:Water Facilities " 01 NICHOLS TABLE OF CONTENTS 1.0 Introduction........................................................................................................................................................... 1-1 2.0 Water Service Area..............................................................................................................................................2-1 3.0 Population and Employment Projections..................................................................................................3-1 3.1 City of Fort Worth Projections...............................................................................................................3-1 3.2 Wholesale Customers.................................................................................................................................3-2 3.3 Total Water Service Area..........................................................................................................................3-3 LIST OF TABLES Table 3-1 City of Fort Worth Retail Population and Employment Projections...............................3-1 Table 3-2 Wholesale Customer Service Population and Employment Projections ......................3-2 Table 3-3 Total Water Service Area Population and Employment Projections..............................3-3 LIST OF FIGURES FigureA-1 Water Service Area..............................................................................................................................2-3 APPENDICES Appendix A-Fort Worth Water Service Area CCN Map Appendix B-Water Wholesale Customer Surveys Appendix C-Water Wholesale Customer Population and Employment Projections Water&Wastewater Impact Fee Update FREESE FORT WORTH. Exhibit A- Land Use Assumptions: Water Facilities rm--.,,CHOLS 1.0 INTRODUCTION Chapter 395 of the Texas Local Government Code requires an impact fee analysis before impact fees can be assessed. Chapter 395 defines an impact fee as "a charge or assessment imposed by a political subdivision against new development in order to generate revenue for funding or recouping the costs of capital improvements or facility expansions necessitated by and attributable to the new development." In September 2001,Senate Bill 243 amended Chapter 395,thus creating the current procedure for implementing impact fees. Chapter 395 identifies the following items as impact fee eligible costs: • Construction contract price • Surveying, engineering and inspection fees • Land acquisition costs • Cost of engineering studies • Fees paid to the consultant preparing or updating the capital improvements plan (CIP) • Projected interest charges and other finance costs for projects identified in the CIP Chapter 395 also identifies items that impact fees cannot be used to pay for, such as: • Construction, acquisition, or expansion of public facilities or assets other than those identified on the capital improvements plan • Repair, operation or maintenance of existing or new capital improvements • Upgrading, updating, expanding or replacing existing capital improvements to serve existing development in order to meet stricter safety, efficiency, environmental or regulatory standards • Upgrading, updating, expanding or replacing existing capital improvements to provide better service to existing development • Administrative and operating costs of the political subdivision • Principal payments and interest or other finance charges on bonds or other indebtedness, except as allowed above Water&Wastewater Impact Fee Update FREESE FORT WORTH® Exhibit A- Land Use Assumptions: Water Facilities r1 ?NICHOLS In January 2016,the City of Fort Worth authorized Freese and Nichols, Inc. (FNI)to perform an update to the impact fee analysis on the City's water and wastewater systems. The purpose of this report is to address the methodology used in the development of the water facilities land use assumptions. The methodology used herein satisfies the requirements of the Texas Local Government Code Section 395 for the establishment of water and wastewater impact fees. The City updated its water land use assumptions and capital improvements plan in 1993, 1996, 1999, 2004,2009 and 2012. This report updates the water facilities land use assumptions for the years 2017, 2027 and 2037. This information will be used in the update of the water impact fees. 1-2 Water&Wastewater Impact Fee Update FREESE FORT WORTH. Exhibit A- Land Use Assumptions:Water Facilities EM111"NICHOLS 2.0 WATER SERVICE AREA Chapter 395 defines the service area as the area within the corporate boundaries or extraterritorial jurisdiction, as determined under Chapter 42,of the political subdivision to be served by the capital improvements or facilities expansions specified in the capital improvements plan, except roadway facilities and storm water, drainage, and flood control facilities. The service area for Fort Worth's water system is defined as the city limits,the unincorporated existing extraterritorial jurisdiction (ETJ), and wholesale customers. This service area is the area to which water service could be provided on a retail basis and to all wholesale water customers. Figure A-1 shows the entire water service area for the City of Fort Worth. The City of Fort Worth provides water to 30 wholesale customers which make up the water service area. For the purposes of this study, it is assumed that the wholesale customers will remain under contract with the City for the duration of the future planning periods (2017-2037).The wholesale customers are: • Aledo • Haltom City • Roanoke • Bethesda Water Supply Corp. • Haslet • Saginaw • Burleson • Hurst • Sansom Park • Crowley • Keller • Southlake • D/FW Airport • Kennedale • Trinity River Authority- TCWSP • Dalworthington Gardens • Lake Worth • Trophy Club MUD No. 1 • Edgecliff Village • North Richland Hills • Westlake • Everman • Northlake • Westover Hills • Forest Hill • Richland Hills • Westworth Village • Grand Prairie • River Oaks • White Settlement Watauga is served by the City of Fort Worth through North Richland Hills and is not a direct wholesale customer. Fort Worth serves as an emergency provider for River Oaks and Sansom Park. River Oaks and Sansom Park are excluded from the land use assumptions and future water facilities projections. 2-1 Water&Wastewater Impact Fee Update FREESE FORT WORTH Exhibit A- Land Use Assumptions:Water Facilities 0111 MICHOLS Additionally,the City provides water service to unincorporated areas that are not included within its city limits or its wholesale customers' city limits.These areas are within Fort Worth's Certificate of Convenience and Necessity(CCN) and are included in the water service area.A map showing the CCNs within the City of Fort Worth's water service area can be found in Appendix A. 2-2 �000 WIN m�Ems O N 000 OEM Joao \ •^ ,�\`��, ' tal MEMO ViNNINSIMN Mail om jj gam 4 Ago UP; moo° � �ti` \�' �4� �►�`�., 9 '' �AN N� OWN AIR Ei SON v \ 1. - .�♦��, 'N " !go go �X l&" NN 3 `�! b I\ i N � �UO Water&Wastewater Impact Fee Update i FREESE FORT RTH® Exhibit A-Land Use Assumptions:Water Facilities E NICHOLS 3.0 POPULATION AND EMPLOYMENT PROJECTIONS Population and employment projections are important elements in the impact fee process.Water demands depend on the residential population and commercial development served by the distribution system and determine the sizing and location of system infrastructure. For the impact fee update, populations are projected for years 2017, 2027 and 2037. FNI utilized data from wholesale customer surveys,the Fort Worth Planning and Development Department and North Central Texas Council of Governments(NCTCOG) projections to determine the population and employment projections for the City of Fort Worth and its customers for the planning periods of 2017, 2027 and 2037. 3.1 CITY OF FORT WORTH PROJECTIONS FNI utilized NCTCOG data,along with data from the City of Fort Worth Planning and Development Department,to develop population projections for the 2017, 2027 and 2037 planning periods. Table 3-1 shows the City's population and employment projections and annual growth rate for each 10-year period. Table 3-1 City of Fort Worth Retail Population and Employment Projections Population Ernployment Annual Growth Annual Growth Year Amount Rate* Amount Rate* 2017 825,967 -- 550,117 -- 2027 1,026,7 80 2.2% 679,901 2.1 2037 1,209,197 1.6% 809,687 1.8 *Annual Growth Rate is based on information from NCTCOG and the Fort Worth Planning and Development Department The retail population is projected to annually increase 2.2%from 2017 to 2027 and 1.6%from 2027 to 2037.The retail employment is projected to annually increase 2.1%from 2017 to 2027 and 1.8%from 2027 to 2037. 3-1 Water&Wastewater Impact Fee Update OFREESE FORT WORTH® Ir Exhibit A-Land Use Assumptions:Water Facilities gNICHOLS 3.2 WHOLESALE CUSTOMERS Surveys were sent out by the City of Fort Worth to each wholesale customer to provide population and employment projections for each planning period. Wholesale customers were contacted with follow-up emails or phone calls if no survey was returned by the requested due date. If no survey was returned, FNI used projection information from NCTCOG to estimate population and employment. The wholesale customer surveys received by FNI can be found in Appendix B. The completed surveys were compared to NCTCOG projections to check for validity and consistency. Adjustments were made to population and employment projections where necessary. Table 3-2 summarizes the total served wholesale customer population and employment projections. Table 3-2 Wholesale Customer Service Population and Employment Projections Population Employment Annual Growth Annual Growth Year Amount Rate* Arn-ount Rate* 2017 392,163 -- 201,803 -- 2027 462,435 1.7% 245,018 2.0% 2037 537,782 1.5% 292,729 1.8% *Annual Growth Rate is based on information from NCTCOG, Fort Worth Wastewater Master Plan,and Wholesale Customer Surveys The served wholesale population is projected to annually increase 1.7%from 2017 to 2027 and 1.5% from 2027 to 2037.The served wholesale employment is projected to annually increase 2.0%from 2017 to 2027 and 1.8%from 2027 to 2037. Detailed service population and employment projections broken down by each wholesale customer can be found in Appendix C. 3-2 Water&Wastewater Impact Fee Update FREESE FORT WORTH. rMAKHOLS Exhibit A-Land Use Assumptions:Water Facilities 3.3 TOTAL WATER SERVICE AREA Table 3-3 shows the combined population and employment projections for the City of Fort Worth and its wholesale customer cities. The population is projected to annually increase 2.0%from 2017 to 2027 and 1.6%from 2027 to 2037.The employment is projected to annually increase 2.1%from 2017 to 2027 and 1.8%from 2027 to 2037. Table 3-3 Total Water Service Area Population and Employment Projections Poptilation Employment 2017 2027 2037 2017 2027 2037 _J City of Fort 825,967 1,026,780 1,209,197 550,117 679,901 809,687 Worth Wholesale 392,163 462,435 537,782 201,803 245,018 292,729 Customers TOTAL 1,218,130 1,489,215 1,746,979 751,920 924,919 1,102,416 Annual Growth -_ 2.0% 1.6% -- 2.1% 1.8% Rate* *Annual Growth Rate is based on information from NCTCOG,the Fort Worth Planning and Development Department and Wholesale Customer Surveys 3-3 FREESE AND NICHOLS, INC. Exhibit • Use Assurn tions: FREESE AND NICHOLS, INC. 4055 INTERNATIONAL PLAZA,SUITE ZOO FORT WORTH,TExas 76109 817-735-7300 www.freese.com Innovative approache-, MEK t - -r 0 Water & Wastewater Impact Fee Update EXHIBIT B: Land Use Assumptions Wastewater Facilities 2017- 2037 Prepared for: City of Fort Worth Water Department FORTWORTH. FREESE AND NICHOLS,INC. 4055 International Plaza,Suite 200 Fort Worth,Texas 76109 817-735-7300 FTW16'125 October 07,2016 Water&Wastewater Impact Fee Update FREESE FORT WORTH Exhibit 6-Land Use Assumptions:Wastewater Facilities �1 <IIIICHOLS Water & Wastewater Impact Fee Update Prepared for: City of Fort Worth Water Department Ni % 0# ier AV �rA+.++.w.....w � *..A.re.*.w.•..w•...wA..� I..Rw....e.ru.«w .� as rt,'t a�' AN ♦ ♦ f�A:Y!/ r ►..A A`.M. ML1�'rV E �r1 �c T l.�r' "_' �j `•.fix w Lt•' �`�.� 11 rEf1•s�O• • � #�� �*.�++ e'V _ r l��+r���•�t�f ��t��!►a. 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Water�Wastewater Impact Fee Update r'�NICHOLS Exhibit B- Land Use Assumptions:Wastewater Facilities TABLE OF CONTENTS 1.0 Introduction........................................................................................................................................................... 1-1 2.0 Wastewater Service Area.................................................................................................................................2-1 3.0 Population and Employment Projections..................................................................................................3-1 3.1 City of Fort Worth Projections...............................................................................................................3-1 3.2 Wholesale Customers.................................................................................................................................3-2 3.3 Total Wastewater Service Area..............................................................................................................3-3 LIST OF TABLES Table 3-1 City of Fort Worth Retail Service Population and Employment Projections...............3-1 Table 3-2 Wholesale Customer Service Population and Employment Projections ......................3-2 Table 3-3 Total Wastewater Service Area Population and Employment Projections.................3-3 LIST OF FIGURES Figure B-1 Wastewater Plant Service Areas....................................................................................................2-2 APPENDICES Appendix A-Wastewater Wholesale Customer Surveys Appendix B-Wastewater Wholesale Customer Population and Employment Projections ii FORT WORTH. Water&Wastewater Impact Fee Update r'NI EESE Exhibit B- Land Use Assumptions:Wastewater Facilities 1.0 INTRODUCTION Chapter 395 of the Texas Local Government Code requires an impact fee analysis before impact fees can be assessed. Chapter 395 defines an impact fee as "a charge or assessment imposed by a political subdivision against new development in order to generate revenue for funding or recouping the costs of capital improvements or facility expansions necessitated by and attributable to the new development." In September 2001, Senate Bill 243 amended Chapter 395,thus creating the current procedure for implementing impact fees. Chapter 395 identifies the following items as impact fee eligible costs: • Construction contract price • Surveying, engineering and inspection fees • Land acquisition costs • Cost of engineering studies • Fees paid to the consultant preparing or updating the capital improvements plan (CIP) • Projected interest charges and other finance costs for projects identified in the CIP Chapter 395 also identifies items that impact fees cannot used be to pay for, such as: • Construction, acquisition, or expansion of public facilities or assets other than those identified on the capital improvements plan • Repair,operation or maintenance of existing or new capital improvements • Upgrading, updating, expanding or replacing existing capital improvements to serve existing development in order to meet stricter safety, efficiency, environmental or regulatory standards • Upgrading, updating, expanding or replacing existing capital improvements to provide better service to existing development • Administrative and operating costs of the political subdivision • Principal payments and interest or other finance charges on bonds or other indebtedness, except as allowed above 1-1 Water&Wastewater Impact Fee Update FREESE FORT WORTH, Exhibit B- Land Use Assumptions: Wastewater Facilities IrMI IMCHOLS In January 2016,the City of Fort Worth authorized Freese and Nichols, Inc. (FNI)to perform an update to the impact fee analysis on the City's water and wastewater systems. The purpose of this report is to address the methodology used in the development of the wastewater facilities land use assumptions. The methodology used herein satisfies the requirements of the Texas Local Government Code Section 395 for the establishment of water and wastewater impact fees. The City updated its wastewater land use assumptions and capital improvements plan in 1993, 1996, 1999, 2004, 2009 and 2012. This report updates the wastewater facilities land use assumptions for the years 2017, 2027 and 2037. This information will be used in the update of the wastewater impact fees. 1-2 Water Q Wastewater Impact Fee Update FREESE FORT WORTH. Exhibit B- Land Use Assumptions: Wastewater Facilities ��?NICHOLS 2.0 WASTEWATER SERVICE AREA Chapter 395 defines the service area as the area within the corporate boundaries or extraterritorial jurisdiction, as determined under Chapter 42, of the political subdivision to be served by the capital improvements or facilities expansions specified in the capital improvements plan, except roadway facilities and storm water, drainage, and flood control facilities. The service area for Fort Worth's wastewater system is defined as the city limits,the unincorporated existing extraterritorial jurisdiction (ETJ), and wholesale customers. The service area is the area to which wastewater service could be provided on a retail basis and to all wholesale wastewater customers. Figure B-1 shows the entire wastewater plant service areas for the City of Fort Worth. The City of Fort Worth provides wastewater service to 23 wholesale customers which make up the wastewater service area. For the purposes of this study, it is assumed that the wholesale customers will remain under contract with the City for the duration of the future planning periods (2017-2037). The wholesale customers include all or part of: • Benbrook Water Authority • Haltom City • Saginaw • Bethesda Water Supply Corp. • Hurst • Sansom Park • Blue Mound • Kennedale • Trinity River Authority • Burleson • Lake Worth • Watauga • Crowley • North Richland Hills • Westover Hills • Edgecliff Village • Pantego • Westworth Village • Everman • Richland Hills • White Settlement • Forest Hill • River Oaks The City also provides wastewater service to unincorporated areas that are not included within its limits or wholesale customers' city limits. 2-1 d r^r ��mmo ®om �0 \\ a \~ FIGURE B-I CITY OF FORT WORTH ' WASTEWATER PLANT SERVICE AREAS 0.e�se° ® 1 1 FREESE 1����'t�� \iii►\\�Wk,Rl 3M gs ZMEN11, 11 ON, 1 N Water&Wastewater Impact Fee Update FREESE FORT WORTH® Exhibit B-Land Use Assumptions:Wastewater Facilities M MICHOLS 3.0 POPULATION AND EMPLOYMENT PROJECTIONS Population and employment projections are important elements in the impact fee process. Wastewater flows depend on the residential population and commercial development served by the collection system and determine the sizing and location of collection system infrastructure. For the impact fee update, populations are projected for years 2017, 2027 and 2037. FNI utilized data from wholesale customer surveys,the Fort Worth Planning and Development Department and North Central Texas Council of Governments (NCTCOG) projections to determine the population and employment projections for the City of Fort Worth and its customers for the planning periods of 2017, 2027 and 2037. 3.1 CITY OF FORT WORTH PROJECTIONS FNI utilized NCTCOG data,along with data from the City of Fort Worth Planning and Development Department,to develop population projections for the 2017, 2027 and 2037 planning periods. Table 3-1 shows the City's population and employment projections and annual growth rate for each 10-year period. Table 3-1 City of Fort Worth Retail Service Population and Employment Projections rt . lnl yuFort WoP1 iea t t e 7 Annual Growth An Growt 6 h IL Rate* Rate* Village Creek WRF 758,886 510,244 TRA Denton Creek 42,967 21,507 0 TRA Central 24,114 18,366 Total 825,967 -- 550,117 -- Village Creek WRF 932,605 2.1% 625,190 2.1% N TRA Denton Creek 62,491 3.8% 31,055 3.7% 0 ^' TRA Central 31,684 2.8% 23,656 2.6% Total 1,026,780 2.2% 679,901 2.1% Village Creek WRF 1,097,025 1.6% 741,037 1.7% ,. TRA Denton Creek 75,263 1.9% 39,689 2.5% M ° TRA Central 36,909 1.5% 28,961 2.0% Total 1,209,197 1.6% 809,687 1.8% *Annual Growth Rate is based on information from NCTCOG and the Fort Worth Planning and Development Department �. — 3-1 _ Water&Wastewater Impact Fee Update FREESE FORT WORTH® Exhibit B-Land Use Assumptions:Wastewater Facilities rM AICHOLS The Village Creek Water Reclamation Facility(WRF) retail service population is projected to annually increase 2.1%from 2017 to 2027 and 1.6%from 2027 to 2037.The Village Creek WRF retail service employment is projected to annually increase 2.1%from 2017 to 2027 and 1.7%from 2027 to 2037. 3.2 WHOLESALE CUSTOMERS Surveys were sent out by the City of Fort Worth to each wholesale customer to provide population and employment projections for each planning period. Wholesale customers were contacted with follow-up emails or phone calls if no survey was returned by the requested due date. If no survey was returned, FNI used projection information from NCTCOG to estimate population and employment. The wholesale customer surveys received by FNI can be found in Appendix A. The completed surveys were compared to the NCTCOG projections to check for validity and consistency. Adjustments were made to population and employment projections where necessary. Table 3-2 summarizes the sum of the wholesale customer population and employment projections within the City of Fort Worth's wastewater service area. Table 3-2 Wholesale Customer Service Population and Employment Projections Employment 71 Annual Growth Annual Growth Imp--Ar :�. _ Amount Rate* Rate* Village Creek WRF 336,703 141,614 TRA Denton Creek 2,400 -- 695 0 TRA Central -- -- --Total 339,103 -- 142,309 -- Village Creek WRF 377,402 1.1% 172,705 2.0% N TRA Denton Creek 2,400 0.0% 817 1.6% 0 TRA Central -- -- -- -- Total 379,802 1.1% 173,522 2.0% Village Creek WRF 422,143 1.1% 201,183 1.5% TRA Denton Creek 2,400 0.0% 946 1.5% m ° TRA Central -- -- -- -- Total 424,543 1.1% 202,129 1.5% *Annual Growth Rate is based on information from NCTCOG, Fort Worth Wastewater Master Plan, and Wholesale Customer Surveys 3-2 FORT NORTH. Water&Wastewater Impact Fee Update FREE SE Exhibit B- Land Use Assumptions:Wastewater Facilities The Village Creek WRF wholesale service population is projected to annually increase 1.1%from 2017 to 2027 and 1.1%from 2027 to 2037.The Village Creek WRF wholesale service employment is projected to annually increase 2.0%from 2017 to 2027 and 1.5%from 2027 to 2037. Detailed service population and employment projections broken down by each wholesale customer can be found in Appendix B. 3.3 TOTAL WASTEWATER SERVICE AREA Table 3-3 shows the combined population and employment projections for the City of Fort Worth, and its wholesale customer cities. The total Village Creek WRF service population is projected to annually increase 1.8%from 2017 to 2027 and 1.5%from 2027 to 2037.The total Village Creek WRF service employment is projected to annually increase 2.0%from 2017 to 2027 and 1.7%from 2027 to 2037. Table 3-3 Total.Wastewater Service Area Population and Employment Projections Fort Worth Wastewater Service Area Population UMTOYMent Annual. Annual Year Are Amount Growth Rate* Amount Growth Rat Village Creek WRF 1,095,589 651,858 -- r^, TRA Denton Creek 45,367 22,202 -- o `v TRA Central 24,114 -- 18,366 -- Total 1,165,070 -- 692,426 -- Village Creek WRF 1,310,007 1.8% 797,895 2.0% N TRA Denton Creek 64,891 3.6% 31,872 3.7% 0 `V TRA Central 31,684 2.8% 23,656 2.6% Total 1,406,582 1.9% 853,423 2.1% Village Creek WRF 1,519,168 1.5% 942,220 1.7% TRA Denton Creek 77,663 1.8% 40,635 2.5% m ° TRA Central 36,909 1.5% 28,961 2.0% Total 1,633,740 1.5% 1,011,816 1.7% *Annual Growth Rate is based on information from NCTCOG,the Fort Worth Planning and Development Department and Wholesale Customer Surveys 3-3 FREESE AND NICHOLS, INC. Exhibit i Land Use Assurn tions: FREESE AND NICHOLS, INC. 4055 INTERNATIONAL PLAZA,SUITE 200 FORT WORTH,TExas 76109 817-735-7300 www.freese.com FREESE • - Water & Wastewater Impact Fee Update EXHIBIT C: Water Service Area Water Facilities 2017-2037 Prepared for: City of Fort Worth Water Department FORTWORTHO FREESE AND MCHOLS,INC. 4055 International Plaza,Suite 200 Fort Worth,Texas 76109 817-735-7300 FTW16125 October 07,2016 Water& Wastewater Impact Fee Update FREESE FORT WORTH, Exhibit C-Water Service Area 'MICHOLS Water & Wastewater Impact Fee Update Prepared for: City of Fort Worth Water Department rl of > +'l 14� .�•.,.,...ti`�X11 . •....,rr!'��► ..,�tif••*--••.•• 1 �,+Zrra.srairr..fa.14*;� �w,�f�ffrN.rrMHrlr�•�I �M�f•Mf•ifr►fN�if•••�Mi ;t kK"a �Ms�A1t I VA.','LN 1:A*OLW I J1d1P 'M'$.�f�1i1iE� r ffR►trf.flpf�:•ffff•f•i�1�`�1 /a,•ya•fff««frfrarfff ••I �+�Yrr.ar.r.....rr«rrrr�r�.� !. - 4'� y 1 •�a'� . 4 t�+.i ,��r�•f+�wlt•�aa�' ��r{�Pay. �►+s�p}'' w..ti f4w.•�'t!�(I'� 41i 4:1kA IL IL jrs if r Vlk#4 FRN 3 F41" Prepared by: FREESE AND NICHOLS,INC. 4055 International Plaza,Suite 200 Fort Worth,Texas 76109 817-735-7300 FTW16125 oom Como '°©oo o°°©o WATER SERVICE q.r . • � moo `�1 ♦ \. ' '\\� v 0 x ` 4± � `� -�+ IN ON Iq M-N COMM \ \�\� `t 1 N vi I i ppNk Lis ANK, SNI ONN NUNN`" 1\0 MIN RE INS, samp NNW smoNm REP R 'YO MERINO ON v IN SM N � FREESE AND NICHOLS, INC. Exhibit C: Water Service Area FREESE AND NICHOLS, INC. 4055 INTERNATIONAL PLAZA,SUITE 200 FORT WORTH,TExas 76109 817-735-7300 www.freese.com FREESE Water & Wastewater Impact Fee Update Exhibit D: Capital Improvement Plan Water Facilities 2017-2037 Prepared for: City of Fort Worth Water Department FORTWORTH@ Prepared by: FREESE AND NICHOLS,INC. 4055 International Plaza, Suite 200 Fort Worth,Texas 76109 817-735-7300 FTW16125 October 07, 2016 Water&Wastewater Impact Fee Update FREESE FORT WORTH., Exhibit D—Capital Improvements Plan Water Facilities 911"M NICHOLS Water & Wastewater Impact Fee Update Prepared for: City of Fort Worth Water Department Viol .►�~�,,.`I'�+fit •�►t�1��� ••�����t L 10^% r ! AACf 11Y -1��1A1M(J i ME'r M.+l.•1...••Xiwt�.;I W�.x'Y1% It M.AVk0_+AA .0o �.•.��...••••a••.•wu•.�..t z. 1 .ti , // li{Y�, •......•• , — �i ••t • /0t, am f'Q b t f i• N • . t�.Zfib .• � lip ' t l�Cs t 440 N Eh1C • - - . . . , ENGMEMNO PRM - F-244 Prepared by: FREESE AND NICHOLS,INC. 4055 International Plaza, Suite 200 Fort Worth, Texas 76109 817-735-7300 FTW16125 i Water&Wastewater Impact Fee Update FREESE FORT WORTH® Exhibit D—Capital Improvements Plan Water Facilities M;NKHOLS TABLE OF CONTENTS 1.0 INTRODUCTION.................................................................................................................. 1-1 2.0 EXISTING WATER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM..........................................................................2-1 2.1 Raw Water Sources and Transmission ...........................................................................2-1 2.2 Water Treatment Plants, Pump Stations and Storage ...................................................2-2 3.0 PROJECTED WATER DEMANDS..........................................................................................3-1 3.1 Projected Water Demands.............................................................................................3-1 4.0 WATER CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS.....................................................................................4-1 5.0 IMPACT FEE ANALYSIS........................................................................................................5-1 5.1 Service Units...................................................................................................................5-1 5.2 Maximum Allowable Impact Fee Calculation.................................................................5-3 LIST OF TABLES Table 2-1 Water Supply Allocated to Fort Worth.................................................................2-1 Table 2-2 Raw Water Supply Facilities..................................................................................2-2 Table 2-3 Water Treatment Plant Facilities..........................................................................2-2 Table 3-1 Projected Water Demands.....................................................................................3-2 Table 4-1 Proposed Water CIP Projects ................................................................................4-2 Table 5-1 2017-2027 Impact Fee EIigible.............................................................................5-1 Table 5-2 AWWA Meter Equivalency Factors.......................................................................5-2 Table 5-3 Development of Factors of 2017 Population and Employment by Equivalent Meter 5-2 Table 5-4 Water Impact Fees by Meter Size..........................................................................5-4 LIST OF FIGURES Figure D-1 Existing Facilities...................................................................................................5-5 Figure D-2 Proposed Improvements......................................................................................5-6 APPENDICES Appendix A— Existing Water Pumping Capacities Appendix B — Existing Distribution System Storage Appendix C—Water CIP Projects Appendix D —Water Meter Summary Appendix E — Credit Calculation Analysis ii Water&Wastewater Impact Fee Update FREESE FORT WORTH, Exhibit D—Capital Improvements Plan Water Facilities ra NICHOLS 1.0 INTRODUCTION In accordance with Texas Local Government Code (TLGC), Chapter 395, the City of Fort Worth commissioned Freese and Nichols, Inc., to conduct a Water and Wastewater Impact Fee Study. This report establishes the engineering basis for the fee schedule, updating the previous study completed in 2012. Impact fees provide the City of Fort Worth a mechanism for recouping the cost associated with expanding the municipal water system to accommodate growth in the service area. The City of Fort Worth owns and operates a system comprised of treatment facilities, pumping stations, storage facilities, and pipelines that are continuously improved and expanded. The schedule for future investment in the water system is known as the Capital Improvements Plan (CIP). The CIP was updated as a part of this study with capital projects and costs provided by previously commissioned master planning documents and input from Fort Worth Water Department staff. The report describes the basis for establishing which City of Fort Worth water facilities are eligible to be included in the impact fee analysis. The additional facilities required to accommodate growth during the study period are summarized. 1-1 Water&Wastewater Impact Fee Update FREESE FORT WORTH® Exhibit D—Capital Improvements Plan Water Facilities rm.'NICNOLS 2.0 EXISTING WATER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM 2.1 Raw Water Sources and Transmission The City obtains the majority of its raw water supply from the Tarrant Regional Water District (TRWD), with the balance supplied by the City's permitted capacity at Lake Worth, the Corps of Engineers (COE) permitted capacity at Lake Benbrook, and several small reuse projects. The City's supply from TRWD is per a long term contract, with no contractual limits on the water withdrawn from the Richland- Chambers and Cedar Creek Reservoirs,subject to the TRWD permit limits.The current water supplies for the City are as follows in Table 2-1: Table 2-1 Water Supply Allocated to Fort Worth Permitted Holder Contracted Water Right Amount Source West Fork TRWD 142.37 Lake Worth (Fort Worth Permit) Fort Worth 11.85* Lake Benbrook(COE Contract) Fort Worth 0.65 Richland-Chambers Reservoir TRWD 182.87 Cedar Creek Reservoir TRWD 153.88 *Fort Worth has allowed this water right to be used as part ofTRWD's West Fork System Through a series of pump stations, the TRWD has implemented improvements to allow water from the Richland-Chambers and Cedar Creek Reservoirs to flow to Lake Benbrook. The blended water can then be pumped to Rolling Hills Water Treatment Plant (RHWTP), North Holly Water Treatment Plant (NHWTP)/South Holly Water Treatment Plant (SHWTP), or Westside Water Treatment Plant (WSWTP). TRWD implemented improvements to tie Lake Benbrook to Eagle Mountain Lake, where Fort Worth operates the Eagle Mountain Water Treatment Plant(EMWTP). 2-1 Water&Wastewater Impact Fee Update FREESE FORT NORTH. Exhibit D—Capital Improvements Plan Water Facilities MAICHOLS The existing raw water supply facilities are shown as follows in Table 2-2: Table 2-2 Raw Water Supply Facilities Unit Capacity Eagle Mountain Lake 66 mgd Eagle Mountain Pump Station and Pipeline 105 mgd* Lake Worth Intake and Pipeline 127 mgd Clear Fork Pump Station 90 mgd* Cedar Creek System 136 mgd* Richland-Chambers System 118 mgd* *Indicates firm capacity with largest pump out of service 2.2 Water Treatment Plants, Pump Stations and Storage The City's distribution system consists of ten pressure planes. The pressure planes include the Holly, Eastside II (ES II), Northside II (NS II), Northside III (NS III), Northside IV (NS IV), Southside II (SS II), Southside III (SS III), Westside II (WS II), Westside III (WS III) and Westside IV (WS IV) Pressure Planes. Some pressure planes, such as Holly and ES II, are supplied principally by pump stations at the water treatment plants. The City currently operates five water treatment plants, summarized in Table 2-3 below. These plants take raw water from the TRWD reservoirs and treat it, and is then pumped into the distribution system through the high service pump stations at each treatment plant. Table 2-3 Water Treatment Plant Facilities Treatment Capacity Water Treatment Plant (MGD) North Holly Plant 80 South Holly Plant 80 Rolling Hills Plant 200 Eagle Mountain Plant 108 Westside Plant 12 In order to provide adequate pressure to each of the City's ten pressure planes, the City operates a series of twenty-one pump stations. A summary of the existing system pumping capacities of each high service pump station as well as the in-system pump stations can be found in Appendix A. These pump 2-2 Water&Wastewater impact Fee Update FREESE FORT WORTH. Exhibit D—Capital Improvements Plan Water Facilities MAICHOLS stations are used to fill the twenty-seven ground and elevated storage tanks located throughout the City. A summary of the existing system storage capacities of the ground and elevated storage tanks can be found in Appendix B. 2-3 Water& Wastewater Impact Fee Update FREESE FORT WORTH, Exhibit D—Capital Improvements Plan Water Facilities M NICHOLS 3.0 PROJECTED WATER DEMANDS 3.1 Projected Water Demands Average day demands were developed for the City of Fort Worth for the on-going 2016 Water Master Plan Update. Based on historical usage, a residential and non-residential per capita was developed for each individual pressure plane, resulting in a city 2017 average day demand of 166 mgd, and a City 2027 average day demand of 210 mgd (City demands do not include wholesale demand). An average day to maximum day peaking factor was also developed for each pressure plane, resulting in a City 2017 maximum day demand of 313 mgd, and a City 2027 maximum day demand of 404 mgd. The wholesale customer demand was provided by the wholesale customers as part of the wholesale customer surveys. The 2017 average day demand for wholesale customers is 68 mgd, and the 2027 average day demand for the wholesale customers is 82 mgd. The 2017 maximum day demand for wholesale customers is 158 mgd, and the 2027 maximum day demand for the wholesale customers is 185 mgd. The total 2017 average day demand for Fort Worth and its wholesale customers is 234 mgd. The total 2027 average day demand for Fort Worth and its wholesale customers is 292 mgd. The total 2017 maximum day demand for Fort Worth and its wholesale customers is 471 mgd. The total 2027 maximum day demand for Fort Worth and its wholesale customers is 589 mgd. The 2016 Water Master Plan Update recommended a maximum day to peak hour peaking factor of 1.5, resulting in a total 2017 peak hour demand for Fort Worth and its wholesale customers of 707 mgd, and a total 2027 peak hour demand for Fort Worth and its wholesale customers of 884 mgd. 3-1 Water&Wastewater Impact Fee Update FREESE FORT NORTH. Exhibit D—Capital Improvements Plan Water Facilities ,NICHOLS Table 3-1 summarizes the projected water demands for Fort Worth. Table 3-1 Projected Water Demands Average Maximum Day Day Peak Hour Demand Demand Demand Entity Planning Year (MGD 2017 166 313 470 City of Fort worth 2027 210 404 606 Wholesale Customers 2017 68 158 237 (Portion Served by Fort Worth) 2027 82 185 278 2017 234 471 707 Total Demand 2027 292 589 884 3-2 Water&Wastewater Impact Fee Update FREESE FORT WORTH. Exhibit D—Capital Improvements Plan Water Facilities �;NKHOLS 4.0 WATER CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS This section establishes the City of Fort Worth water facilities and engineering studies that are eligible for inclusion in the calculation of the impact fee. The City's existing water model was updated by FNI staff to reflect the updated demands for the impact fee period, as well as include the recommended CIP projects for the impact fee period. Projects included in the CIP increase system capacity as a result of projected growth. Only those projects warranted by capacity needs derived from growth occurring during the study period (2017 to 2027) can be included in the impact fee calculation. Additionally, projects are excluded from the impact fee calculation if alternate mechanisms for cost recovery are in place. Projects included in the impact fee study are TRWD supply projects, raw water supply and transmission, water treatment facilities, regional transmission lines, pump stations, storage facilities, and engineering studies. Table 4-1 provides a summary of each water CIP project cost and allocation for the 2017-2027 study period. The 2017 percent utilization is the portion of a project's capacity required to serve existing development. It is not included in the impact fee analysis. The 2017-2027 percent utilization is the portion of the project's capacity that will be required to serve development projected to occur from 2017 to 2027. The portion of a project's total cost that is used to serve development projected to occur from 2017 through 2027 is calculated as the total cost multiplied by the 2017-2027 percent utilization. Only this portion of the cost is used in the impact fee analysis. Figures D-1 and D-2 show existing and proposed facilities, respectively, for the impact fee study period. Appendix C describes each water CIP project for the 2017-2027 planning period. The purpose of each project, the portion that is allocated to growth and the current status is also included. 4-1 FREESE WFORT WORTH. � :NICHOLS Table 4l Water Capital improvement Projects 2017.2027 _ _ %AAurtad .tbN haler aJNr�KI«e gnSfurEaAA,gY Y¢6RSA�., Rd D9 TAMIANiR�KM1AL WAilIl01951tlCT'� pROILiYi Sulx],av Sullupsl m0e 5N,]54]sl yw s1e.555.u4 $I.ax6 TM 51.0]5.Nr000 Slis.u9951 S14m0.m0 %I.maOm Sn,393>tu 4!4 aa4 50 MW WAT9l SlRllY TKA MUM swe� 1 S•9n vs 5•mta S3lnmD b . --.—J-2-01 ,A, 50 x.pre9,.erl w4�a3 sxaee,u. sz,954w is lac 5593.]A ssA.m wm uwrua.R5reD5ass MDD.um>,�•l�n s�DOO,om zt os5.sro w VA]SC vMaYMMT E.p•rWn11 e•GDro IINGDWmbuv9tl 51,ompm 51,055,Sa — 50 Sx0a5•s 55.)90.00 5u!i65 111. 2020 0.Ex aw Sa Ent SIM" n SN•psqe.u,•o S su0..5o NZ-M Dow s..oroS,e.uNewrrS,.Ww.mrsn9rassucomrosmD sIMM szw.,lm =I m35 sD s4ass. 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Sa $361.335 5]-A f0eW 5wMaa554rwrSmr�•T•ain tln NS3•tafwmpSUaar T3Jm000 u.•aJ.fw m]S 0a4 50 Aw SxAixxl 5330.000 Sv4Jis S3ee.a90 N61r9r•IrrNe Si[k+rM 51a•ee T•iK u.]vo.am S1•u,ts0 Stm9m AVG 1l7A1M NW9 $1.364396 S3Jm.L5 b15+as SD S>u.lw 136e.15e 53m.•50 •rw sm9�3max�rx03 fluor 31»9l] uwn 5153• ow m •Yoe.ar9ae ea eaR Die 4 reavw )N9 Ws51de 1Y�sY5i•r414tl•K IDS O 4erY>mLm74 Turw 49/A/NW r O•ofl eew Wrll•16Y�ae9wrwOMr]•�a�4h4�n mLLmt9 •Or ber r 1519{rer b HYS m Inw mlllrb9 r 7m)IeY•a•vao•ee�arr •greenrr4•®ewYw6. Water&Wastewater Impact Fee Update FREESjE FORT NORTH. Exhibit D—Capital Improvements Plan Water Facilities ww 5.0 IMPACT FEE ANALYSIS Table 5-1 summarizes the impact fee eligible costs for projects.Table 4-1 shows the detail development of the costs and capacities of the eligible facilities. Table 5-1 2017-2027 Impact Fee Eligible Costs Allocated 2017-202 Total Growth to 2017-2027 CIP Category Related Cost Impact Fees Cost TRWD Projects $1,276,814,058 25.0% $318,776,489 Raw Water/Treatment Plants $126,308,153 32.6% $41,225,877 Transmission Lines/Pump Stations $47,750,444 37.8% $18,028,053 Storage Tanks $32,090,765 39.1% $12,533,795 Engineering Studies $2,246,541 46.6% $1,046,225 IMPACT FEE CIP SUBTOTAL $391,610,439 FINANCING COSTS $233,431,318 TOTAL IMPACT FEE ELIGIBLE COST $625,041,757 5.1 Service Units The different costs between customer types are allocated through the application of the equivalent meter concept. Since the 5/8" x 3/4" water meter is the most frequently used meter by the residential customer, a factor has been calculated to relate the capacities of other meter sizes to the 5/8" x 3/4" meter capacity.Table 5-2 presents the factors developed using capacity information from the American Water Works Association (AWWA) Standard C700-02, Cold-Water Meters — Displacement Type, Bronze Main Case and AWWA Standard C701-07,Cold-Water Meters—Turbine Type for Customer Service. 5-1 Water&Wastewater Impact Fee Update FREESE FORT WORTH. Exhibit D—Capital Improvements Plan Water Facilities 4INKHOL.S Table 5-2 AWWA Meter Equivalency Factors Meter Size Equivalency Factor 5/8"x 3/4" 1.00 3/4" 1.50 1" 2.50 1-1/2" 5.00 2'; 8.00 3" 21.75 4" 37.50 6" 80.00 8" 140.00 10" 210.00 Appendix D contains the number of water meters for residential and non-residential customers by meter size for the City of Fort Worth, as well as for the wholesale customers who provided this information to FNI. The number of equivalent meters was also calculated for the City and wholesale customers. The next calculation step determines factors for population per residential meter and employment per non-residential meter. Table 5-3 summarizes this calculation for the City of Fort Worth and wholesale customers using 2017 information. Table 5-3 Development of Factors of 2017 Population and Employment by Equivalent Meter Description Residential Non-Residen—tial City of Fort Worth Number of Equivalent Meters 299,889 117,005 Population/Employment 825,967 550,117 Population per Equivalent Meter 2.75 -- Employment per Equivalent Meter -- 4.70 Wholesale Customers Number of Equivalent Meters 157,108 62,912 Population/Employment 392,163 201,803 Population per Equivalent Meter 2.50 -- Employment per Equivalent Meter -- 3.21 FNI did not receive meter count information from five of Fort Worth's wholesale water customers, however, their meter counts were estimated based on growth since the previous impact fee study. The number of equivalent meters used to calculate the wholesale customers' population/employment per equivalent meter in Table 5-3 is the total number of equivalent meters served by Fort Worth for all 5-2 Water&Wastewater Impact Fee Update FREESE FORT WORTH® Exhibit D—Capital Improvements Plan Water Facilities ��INKHQLS wholesale customers. In order to more accurately estimate the population/employment per equivalent meter, FNI divided the number of equivalent meters by the sum of population or employment served by Fort Worth. The projected increase in equivalent meters between 2017 and 2027 uses the ratios in Table 5-3 and the population and employment projections for 2017 and 2027 in Exhibit A- Water Land Use Assumptions report.The calculation is shown below. City of Fort Worth Residential = Population Change/Population per Equivalent Meter _ (1,026,780—825,967)/2.75 = 73,023 Non- Residential = Employment Change/Employment per Equivalent Meter _ (679,901—550,117)/4.70 =27,614 Fort Worth Total = Residential + Non-Residential = 73,023 + 27,614 = 100,637 Wholesale Customers Residential = Population Change/Population per Equivalent Meter _ (462,435—392,163)/2.50 =28,109 Non- Residential = Employment Change/Employment per Equivalent Meter _ (245,018—201,803)/3.21 = 13,463 Wholesale Total = Residential +Non-Residential =28,109+ 13,463 =41,572 Grand Total = Fort Worth Total+Wholesale Total = 100,637+41,572 = 142,209 5.2 Maximum Allowable Impact Fee Calculation This report is based on a credit equal to 50% of the total projected cost of implementing the capital improvements plan, as specified in Chapter 395 of the Texas Local Government Code. Should the City choose to adopt an impact fee of greater than 50% of the total projected cost, a detailed credit calculation analysis is included in Appendix E. 5-3 Water&Wastewater Impact Fee Update FREESE FORT WORTH® Exhibit D—Capital Improvements Plan Water Facilities AICHOLS Impact fees are the quotient of the total cost of expansion for the study period from Table 5-1 divided by the increase in equivalent meters from Section 5.1. This fee equals the maximum water impact fee for a 5/8"x 3/4"water meter size. Maximum Water Impact Fee =Cost of Expansion/Increase in Equivalent Meters =$625,041,757/142,209 =$4,395 per 5/8"x 3/4"equivalent meter The water impact fees for meters other than 5/8" x 3/4" are the product of the fee per 5/8" x 3/4" equivalent meter multiplied by the respective equivalent meter factor from Table 5-2. The maximum allowable water impact fees are provided in Table 5-4, as well as the resulting impact fee at a 50% collection rate. Table 5-4 Water Impact Fees by Meter Size 5/8"x 3/4" Maximum Allowable Impact Fee Meter Size Equivalency Factor Impact-Fee (Collected at e 5/8"x 3/4" 1.00 $4,395 $2,197 3/4" 1.50 $6,593 $3,296 1" 2.50 $10,988 $5,493 1-1/2" 5.00 $21,975 $10,985 2" 8.00 $35,160 $17,576 3" 21.75 $95,591 $47,785 4" 37.50 $164,813 $82,388 6" 80.00 $351,600 $175,760 8" 140.00 1 $615,300 $307,580 10" 210.00 $922,950 $461,370 5-4 FIGURE D-1 CITY OF FORT WORTH 2017 WATER IMPACT FEE STUDY 81 - _ --- _ EXISTING FACILITIES 2e7 Usti- LEGEND _ 114 w ZO NORTHLAKE Existing ,r''" Road 1- I'-I Pump Station 3 z Existing . 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Exhibit • Plan: FREESE AND NICHOLS, INC. 4OS5 INTERNATIONAL PLAZA,SUITE 2OO FORT WORTH,TExas 76109 817-735-7300 www.freese.com Innovative approadm Mar YO" Water & Wastewater Impact Fee Update EXHIBIT E: Wastewater Service Area Water Facilities 2017-2037 Prepared for: City of Fort Worth Water Department FORTWORTHe FREESE AND I111Cf ots,INC. 4055 International Plaza,Suite 200 Fort Worth,Texas 76109 817-735-7300 FTW16125 October 07,2016 Water& Wastewater Impact Fee Update FREESE FORT WORTH,. Exhibit E-Wastewater Service Area W1 NICHOLS Water & Wastewater Impact Fee Update Prepared for: City of Fort Worth Water Department kF v ► 1• off jw�ap.rr,#/r�//rrrrb•� j�/..••.«•••««i.•.r.d�e«� I��arN.rNMrrrM.rAM � _�;;rCA t, �fl/►t ♦ � wattA � +tA+Aa� % � M�ti+3 tAMi�O M1D� TEXAS REGISTERIBI) +r I II�v�; ►:u tc, + MGh UMNG nw+ i i;44 , d 4 f?!d! 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EMMEMG FIRM ,� ;t�s t F.2144 Prepared by: FREESE AND NICHOLS,INC. 4055 International Plaza, Suite 200 Fort Worth,Texas 76109 817-735-7300 FTW16125 Water& Wastewater Impact Fee Update IF112 NICHOLS FREESE FORT WORTH Exhibit F—Capital Improvements Plan: Wastewater Facilities TABLE OF CONTENTS 1.0 INTRODUCTION.................................................................................................................. 1-1 2.0 EXISTING WASTEWATER COLLECTION SYSTEM.................................................................2-1 2.1 Wastewater Treatment Plants .......................................................................................2-1 2.2 Lift Stations and Force Mains .........................................................................................2-1 3,0 PROJECTED WASTEWATER FLOWS AND MODEL UPDATE ................................................3-1 3.1 Projected Wastewater Flows.......................................................................................... 3-1 4.0 WASTEWATER CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS .........................................................................4-1 5.0 IMPACT FEE ANALYSIS........................................................................................................5-1 5.1 Service Units...................................................................................................................5-1 5.2 Maximum Allowable Impact Fee Calculation.................................................................5-3 TABLE OF TABLES Table 3-1 Projected Wastewater Flows.................................................................................3-1 Table 4-1 Proposed Wastewater CIP Projects ......................................................................4-2 Table 5-1 2017-2027 Impact Fee Eligible Costs...................................................................5-1 Table 5-2 AWWA Meter Equivalency Factors.......................................................................5-2 Table 5-3 Development of Factors of 2017 Population and Employment by Equivalent Meter 5-2 Table 5-4 Wastewater Impact Fees by Meter Size................................................................5-4 TABLE OF FIGURES Figure F- 1 Existing Wastewater Facilities..............................................................................5-5 Figure F- 2 Proposed Wastewater Facilities Capital Improvements Plan ..............................5-6 APPENDICES Appendix A— Existing Wastewater Lift Station Capacities Appendix B —Wastewater CIP Projects Appendix C —Water Meter Summary Appendix D — Credit Calculation Analysis ii Water & Wastewater Impact Fee Update mills NICHOLS FREESE FORT WORTH- Exhibit F—Capital Improvements Plan: Wastewater Facilities 1.0 INTRODUCTION In accordance with Texas Local Government Code (TLGC), Chapter 395, the City of Fort Worth commissioned Freese and Nichols, Inc. (FNI), to conduct a Water and Wastewater Impact Fee Study. This report establishes the engineering basis for the fee schedule, updating the previous study completed in 2012. Impact fees provide the City of Fort Worth a mechanism for recouping the cost associated with expanding the municipal wastewater system to accommodate growth in the service area. The City of Fort Worth owns and operates a system comprised of treatment facilities, lift stations, and pipelines that are continuously improved and expanded. The schedule for future investment in the wastewater system is known as the Capital Improvements Plan (CIP). The CIP was updated as a part of this study with capital project scope and cost provided by previously commissioned master planning documents and input from Fort Worth Water Department staff. The report describes the basis for establishing which City of Fort Worth wastewater facilities are eligible to be included in the impact fee analysis. The additional facilities required to accommodate growth during the study period are summarized. 1-1 Water& Wastewater Impact Fee Update FREESE FORTWORTH.., M:aicHOLs Exhibit F—Capital Improvements Plan: Wastewater Facilities 2.0 EXISTING WASTEWATER COLLECTION SYSTEM 2.1 Wastewater Treatment Plants The City of Fort Worth provides wastewater service to retail customers within the city and to 23 wholesale customers in the surrounding counties. The Fort Worth wastewater collection system is primarily a gravity flow system that follows the major drainage features of the service area. The City's collection system consists of 12 sewer basins. There are currently three major wastewater treatment facilities serving the study area:the Village Creek Water Reclamation Facility (WRF), which is owned and operated by the City of Fort Worth, and the Denton Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) and the Central Regional WWTP, which are both owned and operated by the Trinity River Authority (TRA). The Village Creek WRF serves the majority of the population within the study area. The TRA Basin is served by the TRA Central WWTP, and the Denton Creek Basin is served by the TRA Denton Creek WWTP. 2.2 Lift Stations and Force Mains The City of Fort Worth currently operates 30 lift stations, which pump wastewater into gravity sewers. The City has made a conscious effort to limit the number of lift stations in the collection system. These lift stations are required because of local topographical constraints or to pump flows across sewer basins.Appendix A summarizes the existing lift station capacities. 2-1 Water&Wastewater Impact Fee Update Mille NICHOLS FREESE FORT WORTH, Exhibit F—Capital Improvements Plan: Wastewater Facilities 3.0 PROJECTED WASTEWATER FLOWS AND MODEL UPDATE 3.1 Projected Wastewater Flows The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) recommends a minimum of 100 gallons per capita per day (gpcd) for municipal base flow. The 2012 master plan determined that the existing loading for the City of Fort Worth and its wholesale customers is 91 gpcd based on flow monitoring data. The 2012 master plan recommends using 110 gpcd and an additional 10 gpcd to account for groundwater infiltration (GWI), resulting in a total per capita for future growth of 120 gpcd. The 2012 master plan determined that the current usage per employee per day for the City of Fort Worth is 37 gallons per employee per day. Additionally, the master plan recommends using 40 gped for future commercial growth. In order to calculate the annual average day wastewater flows,the population and employment growth projections were taken from Exhibit 8:Land Use Assumptions- Wastewater Facilities. The 2012 Wastewater System Master Plan did not use a straight average flow to peak flow peaking factor because the City utilized an extended period simulation model to determine the projected peak flows. The model used the RTK method, which calculates a different peaking factor for each scenario dependent on amount of rainfall, peaking time, and recession time. From the 2012 Wastewater System Master Plan,the historical annual average flow to peak hour flow ratio is 3.03 and was used to calculate the peak flows.Table 3-1 summarizes the projected wastewater flows for the City of Fort Worth and its wholesale customers. Table 3-1 Projected Wastewater Flows Non- Residential Residential Total Peak Wet Average Average Average Day Weather Day Flow Day Flow Flow Flow Planning Year (MGD) (MGD) i 2017 121 26 147 445 2027 150 32 182 552 3-1 Water & Wastewater Impact Fee Update FREESE FORTWORM, :IYICHOLS Exhibit F—Capital Improvements Plan: Wastewater Facilities 4.0 WASTEWATER CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS This section establishes the City of Fort Worth wastewater facilities and engineering studies that are eligible for inclusion in the calculation of the impact fee. The City's existing wastewater model was updated by FNI staff to reflect the updated flows for the impact fee period, as well as include the recommended CIP projects for the impact fee period. Projects included in the CIP increase system capacity as a result of projected growth. Only those projects warranted by capacity needs derived from growth occurring during the study period (2017 to 2027) can be included in the impact fee calculation. Additionally, projects are excluded from the impact fee calculation if alternate mechanisms for cost recovery are in place. Facilities included in the impact fee study are TRA projects, wastewater treatment facilities, lift stations, interceptors and engineering studies. Table 4-1 provides a summary of each wastewater CIP project cost and allocation for the 2017-2027 study period. The 2017 percent utilization is the portion of a project's capacity required to serve existing development. It is not included in the impact fee analysis. The 2017-2027 percent utilization is the portion of the project's capacity that will be required to serve development projected to occur from 2017 to 2027. The portion of a project's total cost that is used to serve development projected to occur from 2017 through 2027 is calculated as the total cost multiplied by the 2017-2027 percent utilization. Only this portion of the cost is used in the impact fee analysis. Figures F-1 and F-2, show existing and proposed facilities, respectively, for the impact fee study period. Appendix B describes each wastewater CIP project for the 2017-2027 planning period. The purpose of each project,the portion that are allocated to growth and the current status is also included. 4-1 MFREESE AVKHOLS PARTWORTH. Table 4-1 Wastewater Capital Improvement Projects 2017.2027 AWNWMAUDIUM omaamm�oom o0 th"T"Oft M 22, L., ; UrrSTATIOM&MMMION L 4711 T I EM isnma Water &Wastewater Impact Fee Update FREESE FORT WORTH- Exhibit F—Capital Improvements Plan: Wastewater Facilities IFM:NICHOLS 5.0 IMPACT FEE ANALYSIS Table 5-1 summarizes impact fee eligible costs for projects. Table 4-1 shows the detailed development of the costs and capacities of the eligible facilities. Table 5-1 2017-2027 Impact Fee Eligible Costs Total %Allocated to 2017-2027 •wth 2017-20 Category CIP • Cost Impact TRA Projects $78,039,930 50.6% $39,478,688 Treatment Plants $156,677,593 59.4% $93,041,443 Lift Stations/ $62,719,329 Interceptors $101,724,832 61.7% Engineering Studies $4,274,837 31.9% $1,365,042 IMPACT FEE SUBTOTAL $196,604,503 FINANCING COSTS $135,735,324 TOTAL IMPACT FEE ELIGIBLE COST $332,339,827 5.1 Service Units The different costs between customer types are allocated through the application of the equivalent meter concept. Since the 5/8" x 3/4" water meter is the most frequently used meter by the residential customer, a factor has been calculated to relate the capacities of other meter sizes to the 5/8" x 3/4" meter capacity. Table 5-2 presents the factors developed using capacity information from the American Water Works Association (AWWA) Standard C700-02, Cold-Water Meters — Displacement Type, Bronze Main Case and AWWA Standard C701-07, Cold-Water Meters—Turbine Type,for Customer Service. 5-1 Water& Wastewater Impact Fee Update Elm NICHO E FORT WORTH. Exhibit F—Capital Improvements Plan: Wastewater Facilities Table 5-2 AWWA Meter Equivalency Factors Meter Size Equivalency Factor 5/8"x 3/4" 1.00 3/4" 1.50 1" 2.50 1-1/2" 5.00 2" 8.00 3" 21.75 4" 37.50 6" 80.00 8" 140.00 10" 210.00 Appendix C contains the number of water meters for residential and non-residential customers by meter size for the City of Fort Worth, as well as for the wholesale customers who provided this information to FNI. The number of equivalent meters was also calculated for the City and wholesale customers. The next calculation step determines factors for population per residential meter and employment per non-residential meter. Table 5-3 summarizes this calculation for the City of Fort Worth and wholesale customers using 2017 information. Table 5-3 Development of Factors of 2017 Population and Employment by Equivalent Meter Description City of Fort Worth Number of Equivalent Meters 299,889 117,005 Population/Employment 825,967 550,117 Population per Equivalent Meter 2.75 -- Employment per Equivalent Meter -- 4.70 Wholesale Customers Number of Equivalent Meters 137,139 46,818 Population/ Employment 339,103 142,309 Population per Equivalent Meter 2.47 FEmployment per Equivalent Meter -- 3.04 FNI did not receive meter count information from four of Fort Worth's wholesale wastewater customers; however, their meter counts were estimated based on growth since the previous impact fee 5-2 Water & Wastewater Impact Fee Update r'' NICMO E FORT WORTH Exhibit F—Capital Improvements Plan: Wastewater Facilities study. The number of equivalent meters used to calculate the wholesale customers' population/employment per equivalent meter in Table 5-3 is the total number of equivalent meters served by Fort Worth for all wholesale customers. In order to more accurately estimate the population/employment per equivalent meter, FNI. divided the number of equivalent meters by the sum of population or employment served by Fort Worth. The projected increase in equivalent meters between 2017 and 2027 uses the ratios in Table 5-3 and the population and employment projections for 2017 and 2027 from Exhibit 8: Land Use Assumptions- Wastewater Facilities report. The calculation is shown below: City of Fort Worth Residential = Population Change/Population per Equivalent Meter = (1,026,780—825,967)/2.75 =73,023 Non- Residential = Employment Change/ Employment per Equivalent Meter = (679,901—550,117)/4.70 = 27,614 Fort Worth Total = Residential + Non-Residential = 73,023 + 27,614 = 100,637 Wholesale Customers Residential = Population Change/Population per Equivalent Meter = (379,802—339,103)/2.47 = 16,477 Non-Residential = Employment Change/ Employment per Equivalent Meter = (173,522—142,309)/3.04 = 10,267 Wholesale Total = Residential + Non-Residential = 16,477 + 10,267 = 26,744 Grand Total =Fort Worth Total+Wholesale Total = 100,637+26,744 = 127,381 5.2 Maximum Allowable Impact Fee Calculation This report is based on a credit equal to 50% of the total projected cost of implementing the capital improvements plan, as specified in Chapter 395 of the Texas Local Government Code. Should the City 5-3 Water&Wastewater Impact Fee Update FREESE FORT WORTH; Exhibit F—Capital Improvements Plan: Wastewater Facilities SIM NICHOLS choose to adopt an impact fee of greater than 50% of the total projected cost, a detailed credit calculation analysis is included in Appendix D. Impact fees are the quotient of the total cost of expansion for the study period from Table 5-1 divided by the increase in equivalent meters. This fee equals the maximum wastewater impact fee for a 5/8" x 3/4"water meter size. Maximum Wastewater Impact Fee =Cost of Expansion/Increase in Equivalent Meters _$332,339,827/127,381 _$2,609 per 5/8"x 3/4"equivalent meter The wastewater impact fees for meters other than 5/8"x 3/4" are the product of the fee per 5/8"x 3/4" equivalent meter multiplied by the respective equivalent meter factor from Table 5-2. The maximum allowable wastewater impact fees are provided in Table 5-4, as well as the resulting impact fee at a 50% collection rate. Table 5-4 Wastewater Impact Fees by Meter Size Impact 5/8"x 3/4" Maximum Allowable Meter Size Equivalency Factor Impact Fee (Collected at o' 5/8"x 3/4" 1.00 $2,609 $1,304 3/4" 1.50 $3,914 $1,956 1" 2.50 $6,523 $3,260 1-1/2" 5.00 $13,045 $6,520 2" 8.00 $20,872 $10,432 3" 21.75 $56,746 $28,362 4" 37.50 $97,838 $48,900 6" 80.00 $208,720 $104,320 8" 140.00 $365,260 $182,560 10" 210.00 $547,890 $273,840 5-4 FIGURE F-I �iii a•� "•p..Kru., CITY OF FORT WORTH "J owk cr..sLa 2017 WASTEWATER IMPACT FEE STUDY E.pk M.unLn LS Denton EXISTING FACILITIES 1 J Lak.Country lS N 4�rxln.Vwmnm Pannn:rV`�� "•�••M��f+ LEGEND L.k.c..rvy u n __•_`0{ 0 Existing LM Station Wastewater Wholesale s.n..r c.—L-3 0 Customer F _'/��, ® Miter Reclamation Center Non-VMolesale Law Ceu�UI X Customer /-�Road ETJ Boundary ri ce ol fapl.m.-ts r u 0 Lake O County Boundary City Limit FORT WORTH. 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