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PARKLAND METHODOLOGY APPENDIX 1 PARK LAND DEDICATION FEE METHODOLOGY I. Current Level of Service 7 Acres Neighborhood & Community Park Land per 1,000 Population 3.5 Acres per 1,000 (Neighborhood Parks) 3.5 Acres per 1,000 (Community Parks) II. Land Requirements Neighborhood Parks 3.5 Acres /1,000 1 Acre per 285 people 2000 CENSUS Figures - Total Population - 67,890 2.80 Persons per Household (PPH) for Single Family and 2.28 Persons per Household for Multi - Family based on census information s per household (dwelling unit). occupied uits. The overall average from the Census p erson SINGLE FAMILY MULTI- FAMILY 285 people / 2.80 PPH = 101 DUs 285 people / 2.28 PPH= 125 DUs Acre per 125 DUs 1 Acre per 101 DUs 111. Neighborhood Park Acquisition Costs (Determines Fee in Lieu of Land) (Assumption) 1 acre costs $ 20,000 to purchase SINGLE FAMILY MULTI- FAMILY $20,000 / 101 DUs = $198 per DU $20,000 / 125 DUs = $160 per DU IV. Neighborhood Park Development Costs (Determines Fee for Development) • Cost of Average Neighborhood Park in College Station is $300,000. • One Neighborhood parks serves 2,341 people based on a Census population of 67,890 being served by 29 parks (count includes neighborhood parks and 6 mini parks). • It costs $128 per person to develop an average intergenerational neighborhood park. Multi- Family $128.00 Family 0 X 2.80 PPH = $358 per DU $128.00 X 2.28 PPH = $292 per DU $128.0 V. Total Fee Single Family Multi-Family $160 + $292 = $452 $198 + $358 = $556 (As amended by Ordinance No. 2546 dated January 24, 2002) 9 -39 Rev. 7/02