Site development fees
Public Works plan review and permit fees for most building site work and subdivision projects are collected through an area-based site development fee. The fee is calculated based on each 0.1 acre of developed area and is collected separately at the time of plan review application and permit issuance.
Plan review phase fees
During the plan review phase of the permitting process a
site development plan review fee is charged to cover all Public Works expenses related to the land use application and construction plan review phases of the project.
Construction phase fees
Site development permit fee—includes most Public Works expenses during construction, including but not limited to inspection, traffic control, water meter installation, sewer taps, and other construction-related costs. In unusual situations, other individual Public Works fees may apply to a project that are not covered by the site development fee.
A detailed listing of site development fees is available in the current
Public Works Fee Schedule.
Systems development charges
Development projects generate the need for additional public infrastructure to be constructed to meet demands of the new development. These costs are funded through collection of systems development charges (SDCs). Each typical single family home pays a total $14,753.10 in all systems development charges. Other types of development incur charges based on the proposed uses.
The City collects
SDCs for Parks, Transportation, Water, Sewer, and Stormwater. The City Council adopts the systems development charge
fee structure and policies each fiscal year.
Basis for fee collection of each
Parks is based on the number of residential dwelling units
Transportation is based on average daily vehicle trips
Stormwater is based on new impervious area
Water/Sewer are based on the size of new water meters
For a detailed listing of system development charges, you can review the
systems development charges worksheet.