The committee is responsible for advising and assisting City Council in adopting and updating land use assumptions, capital improvement plans, and impact fees for water, wastewater, and roadway facilities. The advisory committee is composed of at least 5 members that meet at least twice per year. At least 40% of the members must be representative of the real estate, development, or construction industries, who are not employees or officials of a political subdivision or governmental entity.
Capital Impact Fee Advisory Committee agendas are available prior to the regularly scheduled meeting. To automatically receive an agenda of next meeting, check the appropriate box under Notify Me. Additionally, you can view all archived agendas or the most recent agenda of the Capital Impact Fee Advisory Committee meeting in our Agenda Center under the Planning folder.
The minutes from each Capital Impact Fee Advisory Committee meeting are approved by the Commission at a subsequent meeting and will be posted after approval. You can view archived minutes or the most recent minutes of the Capital Impact Fee Advisory Committee meeting in our Agenda Center under the Planning folder.