Mobility and Impact Fees are an important tool the City uses to assist in providing necessary improvements to roads, utilities and other public facilities to accommodate growth in the limits of City. These fees are charged when a new property is developed, an existing development is expanded and when a more intensive use occupies an existing space.
There are a number of different types of fees that may be charged, depending on the type of development or use. A break down of each fee has been provided below. Remember, before you move forward with a new project or occupy a new location, please contact the City to determine what mobility and impact fees may be due.
Mobility Fees are intended to provide funding for transit improvements, including improvements or expansions to roadways and bike/pedestrian infrastructure. These fees are determined by a formula that factors in the cost of construction, as well as the number of vehicular trips a use will generate and are charged at permit issuance. Also, as your property may have credits from a previous use, your fees may be less that what is shown.
For all types of development, you can use the calculator below to calculate mobility fees or send an application to the Planning Division for an official fee estimate. The table below is an estimate of what a typical dwelling mobility fee would be. If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to the Planning Division at 407.518.2140 or email@example.com.
Mobility Fee Calculator Instruction
Mobility Fee Calculator
Mobility Districts Map
Residential Mobility Fees
(Last Updated 08/17/2018)
Parks & Recreation Impact Fees
These are special fees charged only for new residential development and consist of a flat fee per dwelling unit. These fees allow the City to construct and improve park facilities to accommodate an influx of new residents to Kissimmee and are charged at permit issuance. For more information, please contact the Development Services Department - Building Division at 401.518.2130.
Parks and Recreation Impact Fee Schedule
(Last Updated 08/17/2018)
|Single Family, Duplex, Triplex, Townhome (3 attached units or less)||$1,200.00|
|Multi-Family, Townhome (4+ attached units)||$985.29|
Water & Sewer Fees
Water & Sewer Impact Fees are charged by the Toho Water Authority to assist the agency in dealing with additional water demand. The fees are determined by the amount of water and sewer impact a specific use might have. In order to determine what impact fees might be due, and if you have credits, please contact the Toho Water Authority at 407.944.5000.
Educational System Impact Fees
Educational System impact fees are charged only for new residential development and assist the Osceola County School District in the development and improvement of school facilities to accommodate additional students in the area. These fees are also charged at the time of permit issuance. For more information, please see the Osceola County School District Educational System Impact Fee webpage here, or call their offices at 407.518.2964 for additional information.