Impact Fee Estimator

Ordinance No. 2019-1662 adopting and amending Development Impact Fees (Impact Fees) for the City of Prescott, went into effect on August 1, 2019. Six Impact Fees were adopted, a “Development Fees for Fire”, a “Development Fees for Police”, a “Development Fees for Streets”, a “Water Resource Development Fee”, a “Development Fees for Water System Impacts”, and a “Development Fees for Wastewater System Impacts”.

NON-UTILITY DEVELOPMENT IMPACT FEES

The amount of each non-utility impact fee is based on both the type of use and the square footage of the building. The tables below break down each Non-Utility Development Impact fee type.

For residential use buildings, including apartments and single family homes (site built, modular, manufactured, and mobile) the livable square feet is the square footage of a residential unit under roof that is used for living, sleeping, eating, and cooking.

For non-residential use buildings, including industrial buildings, offices and other services, retail and restaurants, and hotels or motels, the fee is based on the total square footage of the structure.

Development Fees for Fire

Residential (per Residential unit by livable square feet (sf))Fee
1,800 sf or less$187
1,801-2,600 sf$291
2,601 sf or more$343
Non-Residential (per square foot (sf)
Industrial$0.19
Office and Other Services$0.35
Retail and Restaurants$0.28

Development Fees for Police

Residential (per Residential unit by livable square feet (sf))Fee
1,800 sf or less$212
1,801-2,600 sf$328
2,601 sf or more$388
Non-Residential (per square foot (sf)
Industrial$0.14
Office and Other Services$0.28
Retail and Restaurants$0.72

Development Fees for Streets

Residential (per Residential unit by livable square feet (sf))Fee
1,800 sf or less$672
1,801-2,600 sf$1040
2,601 sf or more$1222
Non-Residential (per square foot (sf)
Industrial$0.51
Office and Other Services$1.01
Retail and Restaurants$2.33

UTILITY DEVELOPMENT IMPACT FEES

The amount of each utility impact fee is based on both the size of the meter and the service area in which the parcel is located. Most (but not all) single-family residential properties will use a 5/8” water meter. The size of the water meter is primarily based on the number of fixture units within the structure. In the event that a one-inch meter is required solely as a result of being equipped with an automatic fire sprinkler system, the Impact Fees to be assessed shall be 5/8″ meter size. To estimate the cost of the Utility Impact Fees, enter a parcel number into the estimator below. If you don’t know your parcel number you can look it up on the Yavapai County GIS Website.

The estimator tool is for “Utility Impact Fees” only, the total shown below does NOT include any “non-utility impact fees”, building permitting fees, the cost of the physical meter, tax on the meter or tapping fees. Also, if there is no box and yoke on the property or the box and yoke is required to be upsized, additional fees are required for these services. Please call 928-777-1269 if you have questions.

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Documents

Ordinance 4889-1427

Ordinance 4916-1454

CONTACT

  • Permitting
  • Katie Hein
  • Engineering Technician
  • City Hall

    201 S Cortez St

  • 928-777-1269

FAQ

  • No, once Impact Fees are paid, they are non-refundable.

  • No, all Impact Fees paid shall apply to the real property upon which the structure is located and Impact Fees are not transferable between properties.

  • Monies received for Impact Fees must be accounted for separately from other monies the City collects per Arizona Revised Statues. As a result, if the Council chose to waive Impact Fees assessed on a specific development, the City is required by State law to reimburse the appropriate Impact Fee accounts for the amount that was waived from another funding source.

  • Impact Fees are based on the size of the water meter. If additional water fixtures are added that warrant an upsizing of an existing water meter the Impact Fees to be paid would be the difference between the current Impact Fee for the existing meter versus the current Impact Fee for the upsized meter.

  • To calculate the size of the water meter needed fill out the City “Utility Tie-in Application and Fixture Tabulation Sheet”. Then, call 928-777-1269 or visit the City of Prescott Permit Center located at 201 S Cortez St. A Public Works representative will be able to assist with sizing of the water meter.

  • A residential unit is a room or group of room s within a building containing cooking accommodations, and used or designed or intended for use or occupancy by an individual or individuals as common living quarters. An apartment, manufactured home, modular home and mobile home shall be considered a residential unit, but a hotel room or motel room is not considered a residential unit for the purposes of assessing Impact Fees.

  • Impact Fees are paid at the time of issuance of a building permit. The amount of the fees is based on the size of the water meter required to serve the property and the location.
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  • Alterations or expansions of existing residential structures where no additional residential units are created and where no additional demand for services is created by the alteration or expansion.

  • In the event that a one-inch meter is required solely as a result of a residential unit being equipped with an automatic fire sprinkler system, the Impact Fee to be assessed shall be based on a 5/8” water meter size, however, this exception does not apply to residences that are 5,000 square feet or more in size.

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