Impact Fee Savings
City of Lincoln, 2017 Residential Impact Fees
|ITEM||FALLBROOK||NEW DEVELOPMENT SINGLE FAMILY DETACHED||NEW DEVELOPMENT SINGLE FAMILY ATTACHED|
|Parks and Trails||$0||$349||$280|
|Water System - 1"||$0||$1,355||$1,355|
|Water Distribution - 1"||$0||$842||$842|
|Wastewater - 1"||$1,086||$1,086||$1,086|
*figures from the City of Lincoln website: http://www.lincoln.ne.gov/city/pworks/ifs/feesched.htm. subject to change each year.
- Fallbrook lot prices are extremely competitive.
- Unlike most developments, the Fallbrook neighborhood is programmed with personality and character that will create appreciating value into the future.
- Master Plan, Covenants, and Design Review ensure the character and quality of the streetscape and will protect your investment into the future.
- Here’s your opportunity to combine your personal and professional life. Move your business to Fallbrook too.
Fallbrook Homeowners Association
The Fallbrook Homeowners Association wishes to remind our current residents and assure prospective homeowners that we are here to uphold our commitment to community living; living in harmony with one another and with our surroundings. As homeowners ourselves, we have a stake in maintaining focus on the vision of a carefully planned, mixed-use lving experience. The Fallbrook HOA is here for you – to keep your, our, neighborhoods beautifully comfortable, safe and enjoyable.
CONTACT THE HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION
|$425.00||for all homeowners (maintenance of common area and trails)|
|$100.00||for homeowners located on alley lots (snow removal from alley)|
|$360.00||for homeowners not in the townhome association but located on Bushclover, Snowberry or Windflower (street fee assessment)|
|$1,500.00||for all homeowners in the townhome association ($125 monthly)|
$30.00/monthly for Courtyard homes on private streets (private street maintenance)
Homeowners Association Board
Design Review Committee
Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions Committee
CURRENT HOA BOARD MEMBERS
Numerous opportunities are available for the homeowners to become involved with their Association. You may volunteer for one of the committees or attend any of the meetings throughout the year. The Homeowners Association Board meets quarterly and holds an annual all association meeting in January.