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Deferred Fees

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Impact Fee Deferral Program

In January 2019, City Council voted to implement a fee deferral program for new residential development in the City of Longmont. 

The following fees can be deferred:

  • Water System Development Fee
  • Windy Gap Surcharge Fee
  • Sewer System Development Fee
  • Storm Drainage Plant Investment Fee
  • Park Improvement Fee
  • Transportation Impact Fee
  • Recreation buildings impact fee
  • Electric Community Investment Fee
  • Polycart Fee

Fees that will continue to be paid when a permit is issued:

  • Building Permit fee
  • Plan review fee
  • City sales tax
  • County sales tax
  • Any metering fees (all utilities)
  • Temporary water and power fee charges
  • Any inspection related fees

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. Can I still pay all my fees at permit issuance? Yes, you may continue to pay all of the building permit fees due when the permit is issued.
  2. Does this apply to commercial development? No, only new residential units can take advantage of the fee deferral program.
  3. Can I pay some impact fees now and some later? No, if you elect fee deferral, we require you to defer all the impact fees listed until CO.
  4. How does this program affect the issuance of my CO? COs will be processed within 3 business days. 

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