The rate of the tax may not exceed seven percent within the
portion of the district that corresponds to the boundaries of the
largest city within the public facilities district and may not exceed
2.8 percent in the remainder of the district.
Section 5, part 5, page 9.
What is the Public Facilities District authorized to do with that money?
Public facilities districts (PFD) are municipal corporations and independent taxing districts. A PFD may be created by resolution of the county legislative authority and their boundaries are coextensive with those of the county. Public facilities districts are authorized to acquire, build, own, and operate sports facilities, entertainment facilities, or convention facilities or
any combination of such facilities, and for districts formed after January 1, 2000, recreational facilities other than ski areas together with contiguous parking facilities.
Senate Report for SB 6889
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