Community Facility Districts (CFD)
For questions regarding charges on your property tax
bill for the following:
- Eastmark Assessment Area
- Eastmark CFD
What is a Community Facility District?
A Community Facility District (CFD) is set up by local
government agencies as a means of obtaining community funding
for public works, services, improvements and development.
Funding is used for building parks, roadways, sewer, water storm
drain, signage, street light, landscape and related
What are these CFD charges on my property tax bill?
The Assessment charge relates to the Community Facility District
(CFD) that was set up by the City of Mesa to provide funding for
improvements within the planned community development areas
referenced above. There are two charges on your tax bill. The
Operations & Maintenance charges, or CFD charges, will go to
operating the common areas indefinitely. The Special Assessment
(SA) charge on your tax bill will go to pay the principal and
interest on this funding.
How do I pay for the Assessment Area charge and/or
the CFD charge on my property tax bill?
Remit your payment for the amount charged on your property tax
bill along with your property tax. Payments are payable to the
Maricopa County Assessor address referenced on your bill. If you
property tax is remitted through your mortgage escrow account,
you will not need a separate payment for the CFD charges. The
Maricopa County Assessor will in turn remit the portion related
to the Assessment Area and the CFD charge to the City of Mesa.
Can I pay off the entire assessment amount early?
The Operations & Maintenance charges, or CFD charges, are
allocated to maintaining the common areas indefinitely, and are
an additional annual tax based on the value of the property.
These charges cannot be paid off.
The Special Assessment (SA) charge is a set amount plus
interest on this amount. If you choose to payoff this amount
early, you will need to obtain a payoff quote from the City of
For detailed information on the assessment for your
property, or to obtain an estimated payoff quote please use our
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Questions regarding the Assessments on your property