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Residential Fee Deferral Program


Single family homes in Roseville

The Development Impact Fee Deferral Program was established as an incentive to encourage residential and non-residential development.  This program is overseen by both the Economic Development Department and the Development Services Department.  NOTE:  Only City-controlled development impact fees may be approved for deferral.  All fees not controlled by the city will be due for payment at time of permit issuance.

Residential Development (excluding multi-family residential projects)

  • Review, complete and sign the Residential Development Impact Fee Deferral Application.
  • Submit the Residential Development Impact Fee Deferral Application along with your building permit application package.
  • Requests for the deferral of residential development impact fees less than $100,000.00 may be approved by the City Manager or his/her designee.
  • Requests for the deferral of residential development impact fees $100,000.00 or greater shall require approval by the City Council.
  • If the request to defer residential development impact fees is approved, an administrative fee of $250.00 will be assessed on the building permit record and due for payment at time of permit issuance.
  • NOTE:  Any balance of deferred development impact fees exceeding the amounts approved by the City of Roseville must be paid at time of permit issuance.
  • All outstanding and deferred fees shall be paid prior to final inspection.

Non-Residential Development

  • A fee deferral program request for commercial projects will only be accepted after the first cycle of plan review has been completed by all required departments.
  • Contact the Building Division for an estimate of development impact fees that may be associated with your project.
  • Review, complete and sign the Non-Residential Development Impact Fee Deferral Application.
  • Submit the Non-Residential Development Impact Fee Deferral Application along with the fee estimate you receive from the Building Division.
  • Requests for the deferral of commercial development impact fees less than $100,000.00 may be approved by the City Manager or his/her designee.
  • Requests for the deferral of commercial development impact fees $100,000.00 or greater shall require approval by the City Council.
  • If the request to defer commercial development impact fees is approved, an administrative fee of $625.00 will be assessed on the building permit record and due for payment at time of permit issuance.
  • NOTE:  Any balance of deferred development impact fees exceeding the amounts approved by the City of Roseville must be paid at time of permit issuance.
  • A supplemental fee totaling the City’s pooled interest rate ten year average will be assessed to cover the financing costs of monies deferred.
    • Notification must be received by the Building Division a minimum of one week prior to the expected date of payment of deferred fees to allow ample time to calculate and assess the applicable interest rate fee.
  • All outstanding and deferred fees shall be paid prior to the issuance of a Certificate of Occupancy, or final inspection if no Certificate of Occupancy is required.

Frequently Asked Questions

Development Services -
Building Inspection
311 Vernon Street
(916) 774-5332
(916) 774-5394 Fax
(916) 774-5220 TDD
buildingdivision@roseville.ca.us

 


 

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