Clients include the counties of Alameda, Riverside, Stanislaus and the City and County of San Francisco, the cities of Alameda, Campbell, Corona, Danville, Corona, Gridley, Hemet, Indian Wells, Lompoc, Milpitas, Novato, Oakland, Pacifica, San Jose, San Leandro, San Mateo and Victorville. Others include Milpitas Unified School District, Mt San Jacinto Community College District, Western Municipal Water District, Syncora Guarantee, Tower Capital, Pacific Capital Partners and Fremont Mission Hills LLC.
Urban Analytics has provided the city’s redevelopment agency and its successor with fiscal consultant reports and continuing disclosure on its bond issues since 2008. In response to the City’s concerns that property taxes were not being properly allocated to a particular project area, the firm worked with city controller staff and the assessor’s office on a parcel audit that resulted in a substantial correction to the property tax allocations. Urban Analytics has also partcipated in a study of the City’s food production sector and associated workshops with a cross-section of small- and medium-sized food-related businesses.
The firm has served San Jose’s redevelopment agency, its successor agency and the city itself for over twenty years, providing fiscal consultant reports on tax allocation bond issues as well as analyses on a variety of other matters. Urban Analytics has evaluated the fiscal impact of annexations, development proposals, redevelopment plan extensions, tax-sharing agreements with other jurisdictions, legislative changes, regional revenue-sharing agreements and other issues for the city and the redevelopment agency.
Urban Analytics has served as the fiscal consultant to the county’s redevelopment agency since 1999. During that time, the firm has provided fiscal reports on each of the agency’s bond issues and has advised the agency on redevelopment-related matters connected to annexations, litigation, tax-sharing agreements, plan amendments, parcel audits and other matters. The firm provides continuing disclosure reports for the agency, and has served as fiscal consultant on a post-dissolution bond-refunding program for other agencies in Riverside County that is managed by the county. The firm has also been engaged to provide budget modeling related to tax increment forecasts and to evaluate alternative infrastructure financing mechanisms for a county district.