On or after December 18, 2019 the Phoenix City Council will conduct a public hearing on proposed changes to development impact fees. Between 30 and 60 days following the public hearing, Council will approve or disapprove an ordinance implementing changes to the development impact fees. If approved, the changes would take effect no sooner than 75 days after the date of Council approval. The City charges development impact fees in designated parts of the City to ensure new development helps pay a proportionate share of the capital facility costs required to provide the following necessary public services: Fire, Police, Parks, Libraries, Streets, Storm Drainage (flood control), Water, Wastewater, and Water Supply.
On July 1, 2019 the Draft Infrastructure Financing Plan: 2020 Update that included a written report of updated land use assumptions and infrastructure improvements plans was posted to the City's website and made available to the public. On September 4, 2019 the Phoenix City Council conducted a public hearing on the Draft Infrastructure Financing Plan. On October 16, 2019 the Phoenix City Council approved the Draft Infrastructure Financing Plan.
The recommended impact fee changes are summarized in the Impact Fee Report. The Impact Fee Report has been appended to the Infrastructure Financing Plan: 2020 Update and can be accessed below: