Developer Packet

Contractor/Developer:

This Developer Packet is to provide guidance to contractors and developers requesting service from the Kirkwood Meadows Public Utility District (District).

This packet is intended to assist applicants in submitting building plans in the Kirkwood Valley. A careful review of the information will help avoid unnecessary delays and expense.

It should be understood that the acceptances of fees and documents for processing a permit does not, by itself, assure that a permit will be issued for a construction project unless all requirements and conditions set forth by regulatory and county agencies have been met.

The 2003 Kirkwood Specific Plan allows for a total of 1,413 residential units at build-out, encompassing portions of Alpine, Amador and El Dorado Counties.  Connection Fees are fees that are paid by new development to connect to the District’s system and pay for infrastructure needed to service that development.  Connection fees for Water, Wastewater, Electric and Propane are established per Ordinance 14-02.  Those fees, in addition to County fire impact fees and District Time & Material rates are included in the Connection Fees and Services.

Connections Fees and Services

PUD CFD Parcel Tax Reporting

Design Standards Electric Meter Enclosure

Design Standards Propane Meter Enclosure

Electric and Propane Meter Enclosure Ordinance 21-01

KMPUD General Conditions for All Utilities

KMPUD Standard Design and Construction Specifications for Electric Systems

KMPUD Standard Design and Construction Specifications for Propane Systems

KMPUD Standard Design and Construction Specifications for Wastewater Systems

KMPUD Standard Design and Construction Specifications for Water Systems

District's banner showing Kirkwood Mountain Resort's "The Wall" and "Sentinel Bowl"