Resolution 19-2 Adoption of Six-Year Capital Facilities Plan and School Impact Fees

The Washington State Growth Management Act (GMA) includes schools in the category of public facilities and services. The Woodland School District (District) is preparing and adopting this Capital Facility Plan (CFP) to satisfy the requirements of the GMA and to identify additional school facilities necessary to meet the educational needs of projected enrollment growth for a six-year period. The CFP will be filed with the City of Woodland (City) and Clark County (County) for their review, adoption and incorporation into their Comprehensive Land Use Plans.

This six year plan is an update to the six-year plan adopted by the board in March 2016.  It is reflective of updated enrollment numbers and considers more agressiveexpansion with recently considered expansitions to the city urban growth boundary.

Marnie Allen of ESD 112 has been working with the district on development of this plan and will present the plan and fee recommendaiton to the board.

ADMINISTRATIVE RECOMMENDATION /MOTION/  "I move we adopt Resolution 19-2 as presented"

Attached Files:
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2019 Fee Calculation.pdf 26KB application/pdf
Resolution 19-2 Adoption of 2019-2025 Capital Facility Plan.pdf 44KB application/pdf
Woodland 2019-2025 CFP FINAL.pdf 159KB application/pdf
Woodland CFP Board Presentation.pptx 64KB application/vnd.openxmlformats-officedocument.presentationml.presentation
Woodland CFP Presenation.pdf 213KB application/pdf