17.36.010   STATEMENT OF PURPOSE.
   The purpose of this chapter is to implement the goals and objectives of: (1) (a) the Public Services and Facilities Element of the City of Anaheim General Plan updated and adopted on May 25, 2004, as  subsequently amended from time to time, (b) the Public Safety Services Master Facility Plan and Development Impact Fee Calculation and Nexus Report dated April, 2005 and the PTMU Overlay Public Safety Supplemental Development Impact Fee Report dated May, 2006 (hereinafter referred to collectively as the “Fee Studies”) on file in the Anaheim Fire Department and incorporated herein by this reference; and (2) mitigate the impacts on fire suppression and emergency services and law enforcement and crime prevention services caused by new and expanded development within the Platinum Triangle. For said purpose, the City Council has determined that a Fire Suppression Facilities and Vehicle and Equipment Impact Fee is needed to finance the construction and relocation of fire stations and facilities and the acquisition of vehicles and equipment needed to serve new residential, commercial, entertainment, amusement, and industrial developments and expansions and additions to such existing developments; and that a Law Enforcement Facilities and Vehicle and Equipment Impact Fee is needed to finance the construction and/or expansion and addition of police stations and the acquisition of vehicles and equipment needed to serve new residential, commercial, entertainment, amusement, and industrial developments and expansions and additions to such existing developments.  The Public Safety Facilities and Vehicle and Equipment Impact Fee area is consistent with the boundaries of the Platinum Triangle Mixed Use (PTMU) Overlay Zone consisting of approximately 389 acres in the Platinum Triangle, as depicted in Figure 3 (General Plan Designations) of the Platinum Triangle Master Land Use Plan (hereinafter referred to as “PTMU Overlay Zone”).  In establishing the fees described in the following sections, the City Council hereby finds the fees to be consistent with its General Plan.  (Ord. 6027 § 1 (part); July 11, 2006.)