This study, finalized in October 2002, estimates the net capital cost to accommodate new developments, at the City of Lincoln's existing levels of service, for arterial streets, water and wastewater facilities and neighborhood parks and trails.
In January 2001, the Infrastructure Financing Study Advisory Committee completed this report which contains recommendations for developing an overall strategy for financing infrastructure improvements.
This document, from September 2000, is based on accepted methods of impact fee analysis, which take into account not only the cost of new capital facilities needed to accommodate growth, but also the revenues that will be generated by new development over the useful life span of the capital facilities that will be available to help pay for a portion of those growth-related capital costs.
This document, finalized September 2000, is the first report of the Infrastructure Financing Study. It is designed to provide the City of Lincoln with a comprehensive evaluation of how growth-related infrastructure costs are financed including: financing mechanisms, local policy objectives and alternative financing mechanisms.