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 modified the City’s transportation impact fee collection criteria for certain qualifying small businesses.
In addition, the City’s transportation impact fee policies have been amended to encourage transit oriented development (TOD) by providing fee reductions or waivers for qualifying TODs.
To see if your business or development meets the qualifying criteria, or
to schedule a meeting to apply for a Transportation Impact Fee reduction
or waiver, please contact the City's Transportation Impact Fee
Transportation Planning oversees the
Orlando Transportation Impact Fee Ordinance (Chapter 56 of the City
Code) and coordinates oversight with the Office of Permitting
Services, which handles day-to-day collections and administration. Staff
works to use the Ordinance as part of the broader goal of implementing
the City's Transportation Element of the Growth Management Plan.
Last Modified: Monday, April 22, 2013 11:44:44 AM