Council found that fees are a necessary component of funding the capital costs of infrastructure required to maintain the current level of service for city residents and that development should pay its proportionate share of the capital costs of fire, police, parks and recreation and transportation infrastructure.
For single-family dwelling units, townhomes, and condominiums, impact fees are calculated and due in full at the time of Planning Clearance.
For multi-family dwelling units and non-residential projects, impact fees will be established at the time the complete application is submitted and will be valid so long as a planning clearance is issued within two years from the date of a complete application. Impact fees are due in full at the time of Planning Clearance.
The City currently offers incentives for certain development within a Redevelopment Area Boundary and a Corridor Infill Boundary. For additional information on City incentives, please visit the City’s Economic Development webpage.
Please contact Community Development at 970-244-1430 for more information.