What are Developer Fees?
In 1986, the California Legislature authorized school districts to levy school impact or developer fees on residential and commercial/industrial development for the purpose of funding the construction or reconstruction of school facilities. The basis of the school facilities legislation is the relationship between new development, and the impact on school districts to provide adequate school facilities for the student population new development generates. The authority for the District’s assessment of developer fees is set forth in Education Code Section 17620 and Government Code Section 65995.
Developer Fee Rates as of 07/01/2018
How are Developer Fees Paid?
1. Pick up the permit at the County or city Building Department in which the property is located.
2. The Building Department must complete the section identifying the building type and square footage.
3. Submit the completed form to the Unified School District Office in person at 2508 Howard Avenue, Lakeport, CA 95453. Fees must be paid at the time the form is submitted to the District Office.
PLEASE NOTE: Credit Cards and debit cards are NOT accepted at this time.