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PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 13000-13003



13000.  The Legislature hereby finds and declares that there exists
throughout the State large unincorporated areas which are
particularly suited to and used for recreation resort purposes, and
which are held and used by residents of this State but which are
inhabited only seasonally. The Legislature further finds and declares
that these resort areas are not suited to full urban development
without destroying the very nature of the areas; but the seasonal
residents of these areas are, nevertheless, in need of extended
governmental services; and that the extension of governmental
services and the construction and financing of public improvements in
these resort areas is complicated by the facts that: (a) many of the
services are needed only seasonally, and (b) most of the landowners
whose property is benefited by the public improvements, because they
are technically nonresidents, are without voice in the direction or
method of financing of the necessary services and improvements. It is
the intent of the Legislature in enacting this division to provide
an alternative method for the furnishing of extended governmental
services, including the construction and financing of public
improvements, within recreation resort areas adequate to meet the
needs of such areas; and to provide for the levy of taxes within such
areas in an amount sufficient to pay for extended services provided,
additional extended services to be provided, and for public
improvements installed or constructed.



13001.  This division shall be known and may be cited as the "Resort
Improvement District Law."



13002.  A resort improvement district consisting of unincorporated
territory in one county may be established pursuant to this division,
provided that 80 percent or more of the assessed valuation of the
land in the district as shown on the last equalized county assessment
roll is in nonresident ownership.


13003.  No additional districts shall be created or organized under
this division after September 17, 1965, except in the Fallen Leaf
Lake watershed within the Lake Tahoe watershed. The provisions of
Section 13075 shall not apply in the Fallen Leaf Lake watershed
within the Lake Tahoe watershed.

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Statutes > California > Prc > 13000-13003

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 13000-13003



13000.  The Legislature hereby finds and declares that there exists
throughout the State large unincorporated areas which are
particularly suited to and used for recreation resort purposes, and
which are held and used by residents of this State but which are
inhabited only seasonally. The Legislature further finds and declares
that these resort areas are not suited to full urban development
without destroying the very nature of the areas; but the seasonal
residents of these areas are, nevertheless, in need of extended
governmental services; and that the extension of governmental
services and the construction and financing of public improvements in
these resort areas is complicated by the facts that: (a) many of the
services are needed only seasonally, and (b) most of the landowners
whose property is benefited by the public improvements, because they
are technically nonresidents, are without voice in the direction or
method of financing of the necessary services and improvements. It is
the intent of the Legislature in enacting this division to provide
an alternative method for the furnishing of extended governmental
services, including the construction and financing of public
improvements, within recreation resort areas adequate to meet the
needs of such areas; and to provide for the levy of taxes within such
areas in an amount sufficient to pay for extended services provided,
additional extended services to be provided, and for public
improvements installed or constructed.



13001.  This division shall be known and may be cited as the "Resort
Improvement District Law."



13002.  A resort improvement district consisting of unincorporated
territory in one county may be established pursuant to this division,
provided that 80 percent or more of the assessed valuation of the
land in the district as shown on the last equalized county assessment
roll is in nonresident ownership.


13003.  No additional districts shall be created or organized under
this division after September 17, 1965, except in the Fallen Leaf
Lake watershed within the Lake Tahoe watershed. The provisions of
Section 13075 shall not apply in the Fallen Leaf Lake watershed
within the Lake Tahoe watershed.


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Statutes > California > Prc > 13000-13003

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 13000-13003



13000.  The Legislature hereby finds and declares that there exists
throughout the State large unincorporated areas which are
particularly suited to and used for recreation resort purposes, and
which are held and used by residents of this State but which are
inhabited only seasonally. The Legislature further finds and declares
that these resort areas are not suited to full urban development
without destroying the very nature of the areas; but the seasonal
residents of these areas are, nevertheless, in need of extended
governmental services; and that the extension of governmental
services and the construction and financing of public improvements in
these resort areas is complicated by the facts that: (a) many of the
services are needed only seasonally, and (b) most of the landowners
whose property is benefited by the public improvements, because they
are technically nonresidents, are without voice in the direction or
method of financing of the necessary services and improvements. It is
the intent of the Legislature in enacting this division to provide
an alternative method for the furnishing of extended governmental
services, including the construction and financing of public
improvements, within recreation resort areas adequate to meet the
needs of such areas; and to provide for the levy of taxes within such
areas in an amount sufficient to pay for extended services provided,
additional extended services to be provided, and for public
improvements installed or constructed.



13001.  This division shall be known and may be cited as the "Resort
Improvement District Law."



13002.  A resort improvement district consisting of unincorporated
territory in one county may be established pursuant to this division,
provided that 80 percent or more of the assessed valuation of the
land in the district as shown on the last equalized county assessment
roll is in nonresident ownership.


13003.  No additional districts shall be created or organized under
this division after September 17, 1965, except in the Fallen Leaf
Lake watershed within the Lake Tahoe watershed. The provisions of
Section 13075 shall not apply in the Fallen Leaf Lake watershed
within the Lake Tahoe watershed.

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