Mobility Fees

Notice of Mobility and Impact Fee Changes

On May 20, 2020, the Board of County Commissioners (BOCC) adopted new fee studies and approved other changes to the County's mobility fee and parks impact fee ordinances.

Summary of Changes

Mobility fees are a one-time charge on new development to pay for offsite transportation improvements that are necessitated by new development. In addition to Mobility Fees, new development may also be assessed impact fees.

IMPORTANT:

Mobility/Impact Fees are assessed prior to issuance of a building permit, or equivalent. The assessment will remain valid for the life of the permit.

If you allow your permit to expire, Mobility/Impact will be reassessed at the current rates and updated when the permit is reissued. These rates may be higher than those initially assessed. To guard against this potential scenario, please ensure your permit remains valid and active until your project is complete.

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Residential Mobility/Impact Fee Calculator

Estimated 2020 Mobility Fees

Estimated Mobility Fee Schedule of Rates - Starting 2020

Phase‐in schedule effective May 27, 2020, to December 31, 2020

The information provided here is for information only and is not binding, as it could change as a result of changes in development plans, in the ordinance, in the fee structure, or in other circumstances which may occur prior to issuance of the building permit.

  1. Residential fees
    Residential Urban Assessment District(1) Rural Assessment District
    Single Family (Detached) ‐ Less than 1,500 sf & Annual HH Income less than 50% SHIP Definition (per dwelling unit) $ 1,708 $ 2,474
    Single Family (Detached) ‐ Less than 1,500 sf & Annual HH Income between 50‐80% SHIP Definition (per dwelling unit) $2,589 $3,746
    Single Family (Detached) ‐ Less than 1,500 sf (per dwelling unit) $3,987 $5,774
    Single Family (Detached) ‐ 1,501 to 2,499 sf (per dwelling unit) $5,094 $7,377
    Single Family (Detached) ‐ 2,500 sf and greater (per dwelling unit) $5,722 $8,282
    Multi‐Family (Apartment); 1‐2 Stories ‐ Annual HH Income less than 50% SHIP Definition (per dwelling unit) $1,195 $1,731
    Multi‐Family (Apartment); 1‐2 Stories ‐ Annual HH Income between 50-80% SHIP Definition (per dwelling unit)  $1,798  $2,609 
    Multi‐Family (Apartment); 1‐2 Stories (per dwelling unit) $3,294 $4,780
    Multi‐Family (Apartment); 3+ Stories ‐ Annual HH Income less than 50% SHIP Definition (per dwelling unit) $741 $1,077
    Multi‐Family (Apartment); 3+ Stories ‐ Annual HH Income between 50‐80% SHIP Definition (per dwelling unit) $1,122 $1,629
    Multi‐Family (Apartment); 3+ Stories (per dwelling unit) $2,060 $2,992
    Residential Condominium/Townhouse (per dwelling unit) $2,874 $4,171
    High‐Rise Condominium; 3+ Stories (per dwelling unit) $2,087 $3,028
    Mid-Rise Residential w/1st Floor Commercial
    $1,857
    $2,903
    High-Rise Residential w/1st Floor Commercial  $962
    $1,574
    Mobile Home (per dwelling unit) $1,878 $2,725
    Congregate Care Facility (per dwelling unit) $246 $543
  2. Lodging fees
    Lodging Urban Assessment District(1) Rural Assessment District
    Hotel (per room) $2,582 $ 3,078
    Hotel; All Suites (per room) $1,989 $ 2,372
    Motel (per room) $1,256 $1,574
  3. Recreation fees
    Recreation Urban Assessment District(1) Rural Assessment District
    RV Park (per site) $722 $ 862
    Marina (per boat berth) $1,629 $1,996
    Golf Course (per hole) $20,625 $ 25,013
    Movie Theater (per screen) $19,545 $ 23,486
    Health Club (per 1,000 sf) $15,603

    $ 18,620

  4. Institution fees
    Institutions Urban Assessment District(1) Rural Assessment District
    Elementary School‐Private (per student) $426 $510
    Middle School‐Private (per student) $594 $728
    High School‐ Private (per student) $641 $728
    University/Junior College (7,500 or fewer students)‐ Private (per student) $1,181 $1,406
    University/Junior College (more than 7,500 students)‐ Private (per student) $874 $1,043
    Church (per 1,000 sf) $2,966 $3,590
    Day Care Center (per 1,000 sf) $8,180 $10,059
    Hospital (per 1,000 sf) $6,642 $7,917
    Nursing Home (per bed) $606 $727
    Clinic (per 1,000 sf) $15,417 $18,398

    (1)Development in conformance with the Planned Village standards of Policy 33.3 of the Comprehensive Plan and Part 5.04.00 of the Land Development Code within the Residential Planned 2 (RP‐2) areas shall be assessed the rate applicable to the urban assessment district.

  5. Office fees
    Office Urban Assessment District(1) Rural Assessment District
    General Office 100,000 sq ft or less (per 1,000 sf) $5,374 $8,127
    General Office 100,001‐200,000 sq ft (per 1,000 sf) $5,151 $7,477
    General Office 200,001‐400,000 sq ft (per 1,000 sf) $4,358 $6,326
    General Office greater that 400,000 sq ft (per 1,000 sf) $3,960 $5,746
    Single Tenant Office Building (per 1,000 sf) $5,410 $7,847
    Medical Office 10,000 sq ft or less (per 1,000 sf) $11,553 $16,750
    Medical Office greater than 10,000 sq ft (per 1,000 sf) $16,821 $24,393
  6. Retail fees
    Retail Urban Assessment District(1) Rural Assessment District
    Discount Superstore (per 1,000 sf) $7,714 $9,260
    Discount Store; Free‐Standing (per 1,000 sf) $8,479 $10,406
    Shopping Center 50,000 sq ft or less(2) (per 1,000 sfgla) $8,382 $10,097
    Shopping Center 50,001‐200,000 sq ft(2) (per 1,000 sfgla) $8,090 $9,712
    Shopping Center 200,001‐400,000 sq ft(2) (per 1,000 sfgla) $7,649 $9,174
    Shopping Center greater than 400,000 sq ft(2) (per 1,000 sfgla) $7,546 $9,043
    New/Used Auto Sales (per 1,000 sf) $10,017 $11,959
    Convenience Market w/Gasoline (per 1,000 sf) $29,658 $35,860
    Discount Club (per 1,000 sf) $6,338 $7,610
    Home Improvement Superstore (per 1,000 sf) $4,661 $5,597
    Electronics Superstore (per 1,000 sf) $4,361 $5,254
    Pharmacy/Drug Store with & without Drive‐Thru (per 1,000 sf) $5,969 $7,178
    Furniture Store (per 1,000 sf) $1,629 $1,944
    Bank/Savings Drive‐In (per 1,000 sf) $12,924 $15,893
    Quality Restaurant (per 1,000 sf) $21,128 $25,296
    High‐Turnover Restaurant (per 1,000 sf) $25,181 $30,146
    Fast Food Restaurant w/Drive‐Thru (per 1,000 sf) $56,660 $68,158
    Automobile Care Center (per 1,000 sf) $7,508 $9,146
    Gas/Service Station with & without Car Wash (per fueling position) $6,366 $7,666
    Self‐Service Car Wash (per service bay) $6,107 $7,340
  7. Industrial fees
    Industrial Urban Assessment District(1) Rural Assessment District
    General Light Industrial (per 1,000 sf) $2,727 $4,129
    General Heavy Industrial (per 1,000 sf) $691 $1,005
    Manufacturing (per 1,000 sf) $1,778 $2,578
    Warehousing (per 1,000 sf) $877 $1,369
    Mini‐Warehouse (per 1,000 sf) $449 $736
    High‐Cube Warehouse (per 1,000 sf) $675 $1,070
  • (1)Development in conformance with the Planned Village standards of Policy 33.3 of the Comprehensive Plan and Part 5.04.00 of the Land Development Code within the Residential Planned 2 (RP‐2) areas shall be assessed the rate applicable to the urban assessment district
  • (2)In the case of shopping centers with up to 300,000 square feet, fast‐food, convenience store, and gas stations located on outparcels should be charged separately using their individual categories, as opposed to the general shopping center rate

Phase In Mobility Fee Estimates for the Future

Ordinance, Fee Schedule, Maps and Reports

Applications

Contact

  • If you have any questions regarding assessment or estimated fees, email ImpactFees@HCFLGov.net or call (813) 276-8305.