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Spatial planning and fiscal impact analysis : a toolkit for existing and proposed land use

Author: Linda Kay Tomaselli
Publisher: New York, NY : Routledge, 2019.
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The Spatial Fiscal Impact Analysis Method is an innovative approach to measure fiscal impact and project the future costs of a proposed development, recognizing that all revenues and expenditures are spatially related. The Spatial Method focuses on estimating existing fiscal impacts of detailed land use categories by their location. It takes advantage of readily available data that reflect the flows of revenues and  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Linda Kay Tomaselli
ISBN: 9780429425912 0429425910 9780429759420 0429759428 9780429759437 0429759436 9780429759413 042975941X
OCLC Number: 1086375791
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; List of Figures; List of Tables; About the Author; Acknowledgments; Chapter 1 Spatial Planning and Fiscal Impact Analysis Method; I Definitions; II Conceptual Basis; III A Parcel-Level Planning Database; IV Major Limitations of the Non-Spatial Methods; V How Does the Spatial Method Work? An Example; VI Summary; References; Chapter 2 A Survey of Fiscal Impact Analysis Methods; I Average Costing Methods; II Marginal Fiscal Impact Methods; III More Recent Methods; IV The Future of Fiscal Impact Analysis; V Summary; References Chapter 3 A Comparison of the Spatial Fiscal Impact Method to Other MethodsI Assumption: The Costs for Tax-Exempt Properties Should Be Included in Non-residential Costs; II Assumption: Assessed Value Reflects Real Property Value and Is Useful for Estimating Costs; III Assumption: Residential Costs Are Simply a Function of Population and Are Determined Based on the Proportion of Total Real Property Value; IV Assumption: Assessed Value Is the Basis for Determining Non-residential Costs; V Assumption: The Proportion of Expenses among Service Categories Is Similar to Other Communities VI Assumption: Per Capita Costs Can Be Used to Estimate the Increased Cost Resulting from Additional EmployeesVII Summary; References; Chapter 4 Preliminary Financial Analysis; I General Fund Analysis; II Enterprise Fund Analysis; III Separating Operating from Capital and Special Projects; IV Other Cities in the US; V How Much Detail Is Needed?; VI Examples of Additional GIS Data Needed; VII Time to Analyze Fiscal Patterns; VIII Conclusions; References; Chapter 5 Compiling the Parcel_Factor Shapefile Attributes; I Parcel_Factor Shapefile Fields; II Allocation Factor Definitions; III Summary Chapter 6 Determining Fiscal Allocation MultipliersI Operating Revenue; II Operating Expenses; III Capital and Special Revenue; IV Capital and Special Expenditures; V Summary of Revenues and Expenditures; VI Revenue and Expenditure Multipliers; VII Summary; Reference; Chapter 7 Calculating Existing Fiscal Impact; I Fiscal_Impact Shapefile and MULT_JOIN Fields; II Operating Multipliers; III Capital and Special Multipliers; V Preliminary Fiscal Impact; VI Allocating the Fiscal Impact of Tax-Exempt Parcels; VII Zero-out the Overall Surplus for the City to Determine Net Taxable Fiscal Impact VIII Analyzing Net Taxable Fiscal Impact PatternsIX Calculating Fiscal Impact for an Example Parcel; X Summary; Chapter 8 Analyzing School Fiscal Impact; I The Districts; II Revenue Considerations; III Expenditure Considerations; IV School Students by Age of Housing; V Elementary School Attendance Zones; VI Summary; References; Chapter 9 Projecting Fiscal Impact; I The Comprehensive Plan; II Project Analysis Fiscal Impact Methods; IV Other Data Useful for Factor Based Analysis; V Redevelopment Analysis; VI Summary; References; Chapter 10 Marginal Impacts and Sprawl
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Abstract:

The Spatial Fiscal Impact Analysis Method is an innovative approach to measure fiscal impact and project the future costs of a proposed development, recognizing that all revenues and expenditures are spatially related. The Spatial Method focuses on estimating existing fiscal impacts of detailed land use categories by their location. It takes advantage of readily available data that reflect the flows of revenues and expenditures in a city, using the tools of Geographic Information Systems (GIS). The result is a comprehensive yet transparent database for measuring existing fiscal impacts and projecting the impacts of future development or redevelopment. This book will provide readers with guidance as to how to conduct the Spatial Method in their own cities. The book will provide an overview of the history of fiscal analysis, and demonstrate the advantages of the Spatial Method to other methods, taking the reader step by step through the process, from analyzing city financial reports, determining and developing the factors that are needed to model the flows of revenues and expenditures, and then estimating fiscal impact at the parcel level. The result is a summary of detailed land use categories and neighborhoods that will be invaluable to city planners and public administration officials everywhere.

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