05/16/2020 - COVID-19 UPDATE: In accordance with the State of California, skate parks, dog parks, athletic fields, park restrooms, and outdoor courts for tennis, pickle ball, basketball, and volleyball are now open. Park patrons are still required to practice social distancing in all activities at the parks and wear face masks. JCSD Headquarters Lobby, and ALL Recreation & Sports facilities including the Eastvale Community Center, Harada Neighborhood Center, Splash Pads, Exercise Equipment, and Playgrounds are still CLOSED until further notice. For questions, please call (951) 727-3524.
JCSD applies fees to offset the public-service cost of new development. An initial upfront deposit of funds is applied to various phases of a project. This “Advance Payment Against Actual Cost” funds various functions such as water and sewer availability, plan check, inspection, and other services required to implement the projects. It is important to note that the deposit may or may not be adequate to complete all project tasking. For example, a project might require more plan-check review because the initial plans and subsequent drafts lack details or did not address prior comments. Some examples of project tasking requiring a deposit include:
Water Facility Charges are used by JCSD to pay for infrastructure needed to provide water service to the proposed development. The “Water Facility Charge,” sometimes referred to as a “water connection charge,” is based on the size of the water meter and its corresponding capacity to deliver water flow to the customer. The “Drop-In Charge w/Radio Read” is the cost to provide the water meter with radio-reading capabilities. For a single-family dwelling project (only), the “Meter Installation Charge” is the cost of having the meter installed by JCSD. Otherwise, the developer may choose to install the service line and meter using a District-approved contractor.
Sewer Facility Charges are used by JCSD to pay for related infrastructure to provide sewer service to the proposed development. Charges are based on the development’s number of “Equivalent Dwelling Units (EDUs). The "Sewer Facility Charge," sometimes referred to as a “sewer connection charge” is based on the total number of EDUs calculated for the development.