Areas to be Improved

The acquisitions and improvements to be maintained, improved, and serviced by the assessments include parklands, trails, and related parkland access improvements throughout the District. The District improvements are generally as follows:

Current and to be developed, paved and unpaved trails located within the District’s parklands, and regional trails as shown on the District’s current Master Plan map, as amended by the Board of Directors.

Projects to be Funded with Excess District Funds

  1. ACC-1 (General Zone)
    $500,000 – Vault toilets-various locations (estimated completion: 2017)
  2.  Five Canyons Zone of Benefit (ZB-1)
    $200,000 – Backpack camp and vault toilet (estimated completion: 2017)
  3. Dublin Hills Zone of Benefit (ZB-2)
    $60,000 – Martin Canyon Trail staging area (estimated completion: 2017)
  4. Walpert Ridge Zone of Benefit (ZB-3)
    $300,000 – Trail, restroom, staging area improvement, Honcharenko site (estimated completion: 2017)
  5. San Ramon Hills Zone of Benefit (ZB-4)
    $5,000 – Calaveras Ridge Trial rock (estimated completion: 2017)
  6. Stone Valley Zone of Benefit (ZB-5)
    $20,000 – Trail rehabilitation, culvert replacement, road grading, & goat grazing (estimated completion: 2017)

Description of Improvements

The operations, maintenance, and servicing include, but are not limited to: trail maintenance, culvert service and repair, drinking fountains repair, entry structure repair, erosion control, fence repair, fire suppression, inlet, pipeline and outfall service and repair, litter control, mowing, painting, ranger patrol, repaving/crack repair, restroom maintenance, sign maintenance, stair tread repair, tree/shrubbery trim and removal, weed abatement, landscaping, grading and soil preparation. The operations, maintenance, and service include personnel, electrical energy, utilities such as water, materials, contractual services, administrative costs, and other items as necessary. In 2015, the District made capital purchases of a Ford F450 dump truck and a John-Deere ride-on lawn mower.

Specific resources for the six Zones of Benefit, including operation, maintenance, and service of trails, regional parks, and supporting facilities are included within these improvements.

The level of construction, operation, maintenance, and servicing will be consistent with the standards defined in the EBRPD Master Plan. All revenue requirements reflect the funding necessary to achieve an acceptable standard that ensures that facilities used by community residents will be appropriate in terms of aesthetics, environmental, and safety considerations. Any plans for these improvements will be filed with the EBRPD

Exemption Applications:

A low-income senior discount is available for each fiscal year. Applications are due by June 30 of each calendar year (for the next fiscal year). To qualify for a low-income senior discount, you must meet all of the following requirements:

  1. Applicant must be 62 years of age or older; and
  2. The property tax bill must be in applicant’s name or spouse’s name; and
  3. Applicant must be sole user of the facilities, except for your spouse and/or legal dependent; and
  4. Applicant’s maximum household gross income cannot exceed:

The deadline has passed to apply. Please contact us closer to February/March 2024 at 800.676.7516 or email us at customercare@nbsgov.com for information about the application regarding the 2024/25 tax year.

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If you think your parcel was levied in error, or have further questions, email us with details at customercare@nbsgov.com or call 800.676.7516