City of Raleigh Development Fee Schedule

24 4. Specialized recreation facilities in public parks shall pay the same thoroughfare facility fee as general recreation, and the land areas, including associated required off-street parking, for these specialized recreation facilities shall not be used in calculating the acreage of the public park. 5. A standard based on parking shall be levied on the basis of the minimum parking standards in UDO Sec. 7.1.2 C not withstanding any exceptions, parking administrative alternatives, specialized vehicular parking requirements, vehicular parking reductions, variances, credits nonconformities or any other reduction. Alternative Thoroughfare and Collector Street Fee Calculation In the event that fee payers believe that the attributable costs for improving the thoroughfare system to serve their new construction is less than the thoroughfare and collector street fee schedule, the fee payer may submit an alternative fee calculation to the Development Services Customer Service Center based upon the following: Facility Fee = (ADT) x (% New Trips) x (Trip Length) x (Cost/VMT) Where: ADT = The number of average daily trip ends of the new construction % New Trips = The percent of new trips added to the thoroughfare and collector system roadways. The per centage is 100% for all uses except retail uses (62%) and for schools (24%). Trip Length = Average length of a trip on the major roadway system Cost/VMT = Net cost per vehicle mile traveled is $149.84, which includes adjustments for double payment credit, debt service credits and federal/state funding credits If the Office of Transportation Planning finds that the site data used to calculate the alternative facility fee is current, is based on full occupancy, is based on generally accepted transportation engineering practices and methodologies, and is carried out by a qualified transportation planner or engineer, the alternative facility fee shall be deemed the facility fee due and owed for the new construction. Open Space Fees The fee for residential development only is based on the number of dwelling units using the established rate for the zone in which the payment is applied. “SingleFamily Dwelling” is defined as a single-family detached dwelling unit. “Multi-Family Dwelling” is defined as any building which contains two or more dwelling units. Zone 1 Per Unit Single-Family Dwelling $1,482 Multi-Family Dwelling $1,075 Zone 2 Per Unit Single-Family Dwelling $1,482 Multi-Family Dwelling $1,075 Zone 3 Per Unit Single-Family Dwelling $1,247 Multi-Family Dwelling $907 Zone 4 Per Unit Single-Family Dwelling $1,252 Multi-Family Dwelling $920