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  1. City of Santa Fe Impact Fees ProgramReed LimingPlanning Division Director 2005 National Impact Fee Roundtable Conference October 5–7, 2005 Embassy Suites Hotel Denver – Downtown

  2. Santa Fe Impact Fees - Chronology 1993, New Mexico Development Fees Act 1995, Local Gov’t Fees Must Comply w/ State Act 1991, City adopts first impact fees 2001, City hires Duncan Associates 2003, City adopts new impact fees

  3. Arterial Roads Traffic Signals Regional Parks Neighborhood Parks Police Fire/EMS Old FeesNew Fees($631 per home) ($2,860 per home) • Arterial Roads • Traffic Signals • Wastewater Treatment Plant City Collects for Water and Wastewater extensions via a Utility Expansion Charge (UEC).

  4. Phase-In • Sept – Dec 2003 All permits paid old fees • Jan – June 2004 Permits assessed under new ordinance paid only 75% of new fees • July 1, 2004 Permits assessed under new ordinance paid full 100% of new fees • Affordable Housing is exempt from all impact fees. • Current median price of S-F Home is approx. $400,000.

  5. Santa Fe’s Stepped Scale of Impact Fees for Single Family Homes • Census Data – Avg. household population increases with avg. household size. - House w/ 2 or fewer bedrooms / 2.07 persons - House w/ 3 bedrooms / 2.80 persons - House w/ 4 bedrooms / 3.44 persons - House w/ 5 or more bedrooms / 4.06 persons

  6. Variable Impact Fees by Unit Size

  7. Impact Fees Collected by House Size Single Family House SizePermitsRevenue • 0 – 1,500 Sq. Ft. 169 (44%) $321,720 (31%) • 1,501 – 2,000 99 268,146 • 2,001 – 2,500 50 160,819 • 2,501 – 3,000 37 135,529 • 3,001 – 3,500 12 49,737 • 3,501 – 4,000 10 45,594 • > 4,000 Sq. Ft. 1152,672 TOTAL 388 1,034,217 • # of “Affordable” (Exempt) 252

  8. Fee Comparison by Land Use Type Land Use TypeOld FeesNew Fees • Shopping Center (50,000 sq. ft.) $ 139,833 $ 206,800 • Office Building (50,000 sq. ft.) 25,500 121,700 • Fast Food Restaurant (5,000 sq. ft.) 30,650 47,450 • Hotel / Full Service (200 rooms) 274,250 452,000 • Motel / Limited Service (100 rooms) 66,500 226,000 • Residential Subdivision, 100 lots $ 63,100 $ 286,000 (Homes, 1,501-2,000 sq. ft.) $ 631 per home $ 2,860 per home • Apartment Complex, 160 units $ 95,680 $ 400,480 $ 598 per unit $ 2,503 per unit \

  9. FEES SUMMARY Example: Single Family Home w/ 2,000 square feet Fee Old New Affordable CategoryFeesFeesHousing Impact Fees $ 631 $ 2,860 $ 0 Water U.E.C. 2,013 2,013 800 Wastewater U.E.C. 176 735 0 Building Permit Fee 460 685 0 Plan Review Fee 216 342 0 Toilet Retrofit Admin. Fee* 400 400 0 Toilet Retrofit Cost* 2,500 2,500 0 TOTAL $ 6,396 $ 9,535 $ 800 * Assumes requirement to retrofit 10 toilets; Administrative fee to the city is $40 per toilet retrofit and figures assume $250 “labor and materials” cost per toilet retrofit.