Why does Chino Hills use CFD special taxes?
Upon incorporation of the City in 1991, responsibility for CFDs 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 8 and 9 was transferred to the City, with the City Council replacing the County Board of Supervisors as the legislative body for each CFD. The CFDs were formed to finance certain infrastructure in the development of the Chino Hills areas.
In 2000, the CFD 10 was formed to provide infrastructure facilities (roads, sanitary sewers, storm drains) for the Fairfield Ranch development area.
In 2015, the CFD 2015-1 (Vila Borba), was formed to provide funding for the maintenance of certain facilities including, but not limited to, the Vila Borba Park where the dog park is located.

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1. What is a CFD special tax?
2. When did the use of CFDs start? Why did they start?
3. Why does Chino Hills use CFD special taxes?
4. How does a CFD special tax work?
5. What do CFD special taxes in Chino Hills pay for?
6. Is my property in a CFD?
7. Do CFD special taxes have a maximum amount?
8. Do CFD maximum special taxes increase?
9. Does a CFD special tax decrease?
10. When and how are the CFD special taxes collected?
11. What is the amount of the CFD special tax for the current fiscal year?
12. What happens if I don't pay my property tax bill on time?
13. Can the CFD special tax be prepaid?
14. I want to buy property in the City of Chino Hills. How much will the special taxes be?