A. The city shall collect impact fees, based on the city’s permit and impact fee schedule, from any applicant seeking a residential building permit from the city. The impact fee section of the city’s permit and impact fee schedule shall provide that based on calculations in the district’s capital facilities plan, the impact fee shall be $0.00 per single-family residence and $0.00 per unit for multiple-family residences.
B. All impact fees shall be collected from the applicant prior to issuance of the building permit unless the use of an independent fee calculation has been approved or unless the applicant applies for deferred payment of impact fees pursuant to MICC 19.17.080. The fee shall be calculated based on the impact fee schedule in effect at the time the building permit is issued unless otherwise required pursuant to MICC 19.17.080.
D. For building permits within new subdivisions approved under Chapter 19.08 MICC (Subdivisions), a credit shall be applied for any dwelling unit that exists on the land within the subdivision prior to the subdivision if the dwelling unit is demolished. The credit shall apply to the first complete building permit application submitted to the city subsequent to demolition of the existing dwelling unit, unless otherwise allocated by the applicant of the subdivision as part of approval of the subdivision.
F. The city may impose an application fee, as provided for in the city’s adopted permit and impact fee schedule, per dwelling unit which is subject to and not otherwise exempt from this chapter to cover the reasonable cost of administration of the impact fee program. The fee is not refundable and is collected from the applicant of the development activity permit at the time of permit issuance.
G. The city shall collect the impact fee on behalf of the District and maintain separate accounts for transmittal to the District on a monthly basis. (Ord. 20C-24 § 1; Ord. 19C-11 § 1; Ord. 18C-10 § 1; Ord. 17C-29 § 1; Ord. 15C-15 § 1).