Lot for Sale Summit Drive, La Mesa, CA 91941 (APN: 470-680-16)
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|Please note: Buyer will be required to dedicate improved portions of Areas D and E to the City of La Mesa as Public Street.La Mesa Land Purchase contacts are:
Helix Water District is offering the subject lot for sale as-is, where-is. Prospective buyers are encouraged to conduct due diligence and feasibility assessment. A due diligence period is anticipated to be included as a contingency during escrow.
City of La Mesa Zoning information can be obtained at:
8130 Allison Ave.
La Mesa, CA 91942
Interested parties should submit inquiries and/or written offers to:
Mt. Helix Lifestyles Real Estate Services
8030 La Mesa Blvd. #261
La Mesa, Ca 91942
Phone/Text (619) 347-6337
Summit Drive Frequently Asked Questions
(Fees are subject to change and increase on January 1, 2020)
From: Aneld Anub
Subject: RE: Summit Dr Helix Water Service
For the installation and purchase of water service for the subject parcel, the following are initial fees and requirements to start the process with the district:
- Project Initiation fee $283
- Field Estimate fee $362
Total $645 (check made out to Helix water District)
- Planning File Info Form filled out (attached)
- Indicate the size of the proposed water meter for the parcel
- Indicate the proposed location of the water service on a site plan
The manufacturer’s cut sheets of the proposed backflow prevention device must be submitted to the District for approval. Please see the list of approved backflow assemblies at http://fccchr.usc.edu/list.html.
Upon receiving the form and fees mentioned above, the district will conduct a formal estimate for the installation of the proposed water service, which we will email to you. After receiving the deposit and approving the proposed backflow prevention device, the district will schedule and complete the required work in approximately 8 weeks.
Assuming that you need a ¾” water meter, the following are capacity fees for a ¾” meter, which will be in addition to the cost of the water service installation:
- San Diego County Water Authority Capacity Fee $ 5,413
- Helix Water District Capacity Fee $ 6,842
Total capacity fees for each ¾” meter $12,255
More General Questions and Answers
Q: An engineer’s estimate to bring sewer service to the property was $32,500. Does this include La Mesa’s hookup fees, and are there drawings, correspondence with La Mesa, and other documentation that would provide more detail to the estimate?
A: This was just a back of napkin quote for pipeline of that approximate length, based on our experience buying pipeline for our projects. It did not include any other costs or fees. Buyer should conduct own due diligence with the City of La Mesa and/ or contractors to satisfy self of any/all feasibility items.
Q: Given that some water service has already been provided to the property, whether by Helix or the City of La Mesa, will Helix charge full water hookup fees for this property, or if not, what fees would be waived or reduced?
A: Our records show that there has never been a meter or water service for this property. Our planning staff can advise of the District’s connection fees. It depends on the meter size, etc. Aneld Anub can be of assistance with this question.
Q: When your surveyor stakes the property, is he or she going to tape or otherwise mark the boundary lines? That would be quite helpful as opposed to corners only.
A: No, they will only identify the property corners. You can hire a private surveyor to provide additional services, as you will likely need one to prepare your Plot Plan.
Q: Have you had any recent conversations or other communications with the City regarding their intent and plans to sell?
A: No, once the City of La Mesa elected not to surplus concurrently with Helix, we were no longer involved with the City as to their ownership interests.
Summit Drive SDG&E Pole and Power Line Question and Answers
From: “Rihan, Janell” <JRihan@sdge.com>
Date: February 12, 2020 at 10:37 AM
Subject: SUMMIT DR, LA MESA – Ground to neighborhood line?
Assuming the height measurements (other than “Telco”) are from the ground to the neighborhood service line, not the higher 12kv line.
SDG&E measured the line height on the Summit Drive property. Measurements are to the low voltage secondary wires, not to the high voltage 12v line.
Estimated measures of the overhead wires. To better understand, I drew a simple sketch for you to reference below. If you decide to move forward, the next step would be to collect an engineering fee. Please let me know whether you decide to move forward or not move forward after reviewing all aspects. Thank you.
Project Planner I
8315 Century Park Court, CP22A
San Diego, Ca. 92123
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