Capital Impact Fees

(Non-Development Agreement) Note: the fees shown here are from 2009. The 2010 and ongoing fees are under review by city staff prior to publication.

Construction Permitting:
The City of Rio Vista has adopted the following codes, which are reviewed and updated annually.
These Codes include the 2007 California code of regulations Title 24 (CCR T-24).
 
CALIFORNIA ADMINISTRATIVE CODE
CALIFORNIA BUILDING CODE
CALIFORNIA MECHANICAL CODE
CALIFORNIA PLUMBING CODE
CALIFORNIA ELECTRICAL CODE
CALIFORNIA FIRE CODE
CALIFORNIA SIGN CODE
CALIFORNIA HOUSING CODE
CALIFORNIA HISTORICAL BUILDING CODE
CALIFORNIA EXSISTING BUILDING CODE
UNIFORM CODE FOR THE ABATEMENT OF DANGEROUS BUILDINGS
 
Fees for construction shall be as delineated in the 2007 Codes. In addition, there shall be a Strong Motion Instrumentation earthquake fee equal to $0.21/$1000 of the valuation of the construction for commercial properties, and $0.10/$1000 for residential properties, with the minimum of $0.50/permit.
 
Water Connection:
A charge shall be assessed of $5,950 for each consumer unit or equivalent. The Service Charge shall be broken down into two sections, as per Municipal Code Section 13.04.060.
System Unit
Buy-In Fees
Connection Fees
Supply Wells
$    159.00
$    634.00
Storage, Reservoir
$    290.00
$ 1,487.00
Transmission System
$    894.00
$ 2,398.00
 
$ 1342.00
$ 4,519.00

Each additional water connection application shall be reviewed, and that portion of the service connection that has been participated in by development of a portion of the system unit or by participating in assessments to make required improvements in the system unit shall be credited. Credits shall be based on actual costs of the system unit.

 
Calculations for credits within a subdivision shall be made at the time the Subdivision Agreement is accepted by the City Council and such credits shall be applied to all connections within the subdivision.
 
The following is a summary of the water meter sizes and the equivalent consumer units that should be attached to those water meters.
Meter Size
Units Equivalent
1989 Fee
3/4”
1 CU
$ 5,861.00
1”
2 CU
$11,722.00
1-1/2”
4 CU
$23,444.00
2”
5 CU
$29,306.00
3”
10 CU
$58,611.00
4”
17 CU
$99,639.00
 
Interim Water Fee:
When the building permit is first obtained, the developer shall at that time pay to the City an application fee of $80.01, and that said fee shall be per unit constructed for water service during construction.
 
Sewer Connection Fee:
The amount of connection charge for the new facilities shall be per unit of occupancy as per Municipal Code Section 22-28 and Ordinance 573:
 
Residential Unit
            (per unit)     $ 6,610.76
 
Commercial Unit
            Commercial Classification                                          Connection Fee Formula    
            Domestic Strength (strength factor 1.00)                   $ 6,610.76 x projected flow/250 gpd
                        -Professional Offices
                        -Hospitals
                        -Convalescent Homes
                        -Hotels/motels without dining facilities
                        -Repair shops and service stations
                        -Markets without garbage disposal
            Low Strength (strength factor .90)                             $ 5,950.10 x projected flow/250 gpd
                        -Schools
                        -Laundromats
                        -Carwashes
            High Strength (strength factor 1.60)                          $10,576.79 x projected flow/250 gpd
                        -Restaurants
                        -Bakeries
                        -Mortuaries
                        -Hotels/motels with dining facilities
 
Industrial Unit
      
       To be determined by City Engineer  on a case-by-case basis
 
Collection System Fee:
A buy-in fee to participate in the City’s inceptor lines, sewage collection, and wastewater treatment facilities shall be assessed each unit at a charge established in Municipal Code Section 22.2.8 (Ordinance 573).       $967.43
 
Roadway Fee:
(Resolution 2003-04)
 
Residential:
$8,344.65 per single-family dwelling unit
$5,810.77 per multi-family dwelling unit
$5,810.77 per senior dwelling unit where occupancy is restricted by State Law
 
Non-Residential:
$1.51/s.f. (gross floor area and area under roof) of commercial building space (retail and office uses)
$0.71/s.f. (gross floor area and area under roof) of industrial, service and other non-residential uses
 
Park and Recreation Facilities Fee:
(Resolution 2003-04)

Residential:

Neighborhood Parks  

$1,554.23/single family dwelling unit
$    873.05/multi-family dwelling unit
 
Community Parks
$2,524.29/single family dwelling unit
$1,420.98/multi-family dwelling unit
 
Trails
$631.07/single family dwelling unit
$354.98/multi-family dwelling unit
 
Total Residential
$4,709.59/single family dwelling unit
$2,647.94/multi-family dwelling unit

Non-Residential

$0.31/s.f. gross building floor area and area under roof

Municipal Improvement Fee:

(Resolution 2003-04)

Residential

$4,016.48 per single-family dwelling unit

$2,798.37 per multiple/senior family dwelling unit
 
Non-Residential
$0.74/s.f. of gross building area and area under roof
 
Other Processing Fees:
 
General Plan Revision Fund
(Resolution 2003-04)
Standard charge per dwelling unit or per acre:
$ 90.27 per single-family dwelling unit
$ 25 per multi-family dwelling unit
$425 per acre non-residential
 
General Plan 2001 Reimbursement Fee:
(Resolution 2003-04)
 
Tentative Map Approval for new entitlements; building permit application for existing entitlements
$67.70 per acre for all uses
 
Solano County Public Facilities Fee:
(Resolution 2010-106)
PUBLIC FACILITIES FEE SUMMARY
 
EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2010
Land Use Categories
Cities with County Library
City of Dixon with DPLD Fees
Unicorp. Area
Unicorp. Area within DPLD
Single Family Dwelling
$9,150
$9,276
$10,349
$10,475
Multi-Family Dwelling
8,656
$8,867
9,790
$10,001
Second Dwelling Unit
4,638
$4,638
5,246
$5,246
Retail (per 1,000 sq ft)
859
$983
1,052
$1,176
Office (per 1,000 sq ft)
1,430
$1,637
1,751
$1,958
Industrial (per 1,000 sq ft)
601
$688
735
$822
Warehouse (per 1,000 sq ft)
181
$208
221
$248
Revised 05/26/10
NOTE: Fees are subject to yearly increases based on the consumer price index or a minimum of 5% whichever is greater