Future Growth

  • Facilities Planning

    Updating Our Facilities Plan

    See our Updated 5-10 Year Plan Website

    We want to empower you to quickly find the information you need regarding how we plan and fund our facilities. On this page, you will find commonly requested information to download regarding active facilities projects.

    Above, you will also find our special website presentation discussing facilities funding, Board of Trustees priorities, where we have been in recent years of school facilities projects and where our plans lead us into the future.

    Further down the page information is provided about Community Facilities Districts (CFDs). Community Facilities Districts are one way to fund facilities. This information includes a map and frequently asked questions.

    Developer Fees

    Please Note: The Developer Fee Desk is closed from 12:00PM-1:00PM daily.

    As of July 28, 2021, the current Level II Developer Fee is:

    • New Development Residential: $4.57 per square foot

    As of September 21, 2020 the current Level I Developer Fees are:

    • Additions to Existing Residential:  $4.08 per square foot
    • Commercial / Industrial: $0.66 per square foot
    • Senior Housing: $0.66 per square foot
    • Self-Storage Commercial: $0.2778 per square foot


    Questions? Please view the Developer Fees Frequently Asked Questions

    For more information on developer fees and future development, please review the information below about Community Facilities Districts (CFDs). If you have additional questions,  please contact our Developer Fees Desk at developerfees@musd.net, in the Facilities Planning Department.

SFNA - To Be Approved by the Board of Education on July 27, 2021

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  • Community Facilities Districts (CFDs)

    One of Manteca Unified School District’s core objectives is to work with staff, the community, and the Board to maintain a fiscally sound budget.

    Community Facilities Districts (CFD’s) are one of the crucial components for generating enough funding to ensure a fiscally sound budget for school facility construction and maintenance. Sometimes referred to as Mello-Roos taxes, these CFD’s are always approved by property owners as part of the public process for forming CFD’s. CFD’s are the funding mechanism used historically by the District to help build new student classrooms in areas of growth.

    Manteca Unified School District reviews all new development proposals within the District boundaries. Through this review process, the District works closely with local agencies and developers to explain the level of financial commitment that will be required for the proposed development to mitigate their impact to school facilities.

    The financial support required is well beyond the State mandated Level 1 Developer Fees. In order to address and support our incoming students with adequate classroom capacity generated by residential development, the District has been successful in using a combination of CFDs (Mello-Roos Taxes) and Mitigation Agreements.

    The money generated through these agreements and CFDs is critically required by the District for new facility construction, adding capacity, and replacing interim solutions at existing sites. Without the partnerships with the development community that provides funding beyond the State mandated Level 1 Developer Fee, the District would be unable to provide adequate facilities to house the students generated by new construction activity. A residential development proposal interested in gaining District support shall participate in this mitigation program.

    Additional Home buyer explanation

    When purchasing a home, buyers receive pre-sale disclosure of CFD Taxes and are required to sign a separate Mello-Roos Taxes disclosure statement. This disclosure statement clearly defines the details, requirements and terms of the Mello-Roos Taxes. This document must be signed at least 3 days prior to any closing documents for the sale of the home.

    Download our Flyer - CFD's Explained!

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History of Funding Schools in Weston Ranch Area


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      Annual CFD Reports

      CFD FAQ

      • Can CFD funding be used to replace portable classrooms with new permanent Classrooms?

      • Could the City and school District enter into CFD together to support city needs as well as the school District’s needs?

      • Do we pay COP on other Mello-Roos? (CFS)

      • During Measure M, was Mello-Roos suspended so as not to change both Measure M and Mello-Roos?

      • For CFD-3, why are site lists different?

      • Have COP been used on other CFDs? (CFS)

      • How are Mello Roos boundaries determined?

      • How much of the CFD (Mello-Roos) was used for the East Union High stadium and any other buildings before Weston Ranch High School was open?

      • Is CFD 1 financing a CAB?

      • What about voter approval for Mello Roos increase?

      • What are the advantages and disadvantage of borrowing money from COP (CFS)?

      • What has been your experience with new developments & developers paying their fair share of school facilities to meet the needs of present & future students?

      • What is a CAB?

      • What is a CFA?

      • What is a CFD?

      • What is a COP?

      • What is a GOB?

      • What is a Traditional CFD?

      • What is a Verification Analysis?

      • What is an Annexing CFD?

      • What was Proposition 218?

      • When new developments are annexed in are fees reassessed? Traditional vs. Annexed?

      • Why is the RMA rate for CFD 4 so much higher than CFD 3?