This page provides information and documents pertaining to the City of Peoria's Development Impact Fees. Current fees were approved by the Peoria City Council on May 6, 2014 and became effective on August 1, 2014.
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Development Impact Fee Ordinance
The City’s Development Impact Fee Ordinance establishes the procedures and standards for the creation of the Development Impact Fee Program.
2018 Development Impact Fee Study
- Land Use Assumptions and Infrastructure Improvements Plan for Non-Utility Impact Fees (PDF)
- Utilities Development Impact Fee Report and Infrastructure Improvements Plan (PDF)
- Notice of Intention to Hold a Public Hearing on Development Impact Fee Land Use Assumptions and Infrastructure Improvement Plan (PDF)
- January 16, 2019 Stakeholder Meeting - Utility Development Impact Fees Presentation (PDF)
- February 5, 2019 Stakeholder Meeting - Non-Utilities Development Impact Fees Presentation (PDF)
- Impact Fee Adoption Timeline (PDF)
Land Use Assumptions and Infrastructure Improvement Plans (IIP)
- 2014 Utility Impact Fee Report
- 2014 Non-Utility Impact Fee Report
- Transportation IIP – Detail
- Transportation IIP – Project Map
- Parks IIP - Detail
- Public Safety IIP - Detail
- Water IIP - Detail
- Wastewater IIP - Detail
- 2014 Land Use Categories Definitions
Service Area Maps
- Peoria Transportation Zones Map
- Peoria Parks Zones Map
- Peoria Water Zones Map
- Peoria Wastewater Zones Map
The City’s Development Services Staff can provide Impact Fee estimates for commercial and residential development. Please contact Anna Hudson at (623) 773-7385 or at email@example.com
- For COMMERCIAL projects you must provide the total building sq. ft., the land use category, and location of the project site.
- For RESIDENTIAL projects, you must provide the project location.
- For MULTI-FAMILY or HOTEL projects you must know the number of units/rooms and project location
Annual Development Fee Reports
- FY2018 Annual Development Fee Report
- FY2017 Annual Development Fee Report
- FY2016 Annual Development Fee Report
If you would like more information about Peoria’s impact fees or have a question that was not answered on this website, please contact Anna Hudson at 623-773-7385 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org