The City of Orlando’s Transportation Planning Division oversees the Transportation Impact Fee Ordinance (Chapter 56 of Orlando City Code) and coordinates oversight with the Office of Permitting Services, which handles the day-to-day collections and administration of transportation impact fees.
In an effort to create jobs and promote economic prosperity in our community through new businesses and construction, Mayor Dyer and the Orlando City Council have created a transportation impact fee reduction program, for qualifying small businesses that are moving into vacant commercial space. Policies have also been adopted to encourage transit oriented development (TOD), by providing fee reductions for qualifying TODs.
Please click on the links below to view the Transportation Impact Fee Ordinance, current rate schedule and coordinating impact fee benefit area map.
If you have any questions regarding Transportation Impact Fees, please email Nancy Ottini, Transportation Impact Fee Coordinator, at: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 407.246.3529.