Development Occupational Fees (DOF) were adopted by the city Council on November 1, 1984 (Ordinance G-2664/G-2665/G-2666/G-2667). These fees were created to defray the cost of providing public improvements required by the city as a result of new development. They are broken down into two types: Residential and Commercial/Industrial fees.
A. Calculating DOF Fees
Water and Sewer DOF fees are the same. The figure you obtain for the Water DOF fee is used to calculate your Sewer DOF fee. You simply add the two fees together to obtain your total DOF fee, (i.e. Single-Family residential project: Water DOF $600 + Sewer DOF $600 = Total DOF $1200; Commercial project: 1" water meter within City = Water DOF $1,500 + Sewer DOF $1,500 = Total DOF $ 3000;
B. Residential Fees (Use chart below):
|Type of Residence||Inside City Fee||Outside City Fee*|
|Mobile Home Space||420.00||630.00|
|Apartment or Dwelling Unit In a Multiple Family Development||360.00||540.00|
C. Commercial and Industrial Development Occupational Fee will be based upon meter size.
Water Development Occupational Fees are based on three (3) factors: water meter size and water type (disk, compound, turbo) and if the side is inside or outside the boundaries. Sewer Development Occupation Fees are the same as water DOF fees.
|Water Meter||Meter Type||Inside||Outside|
|Size||City Fees||City Fees|
|5/8"||Disk||$ 600||$ 900|
If you have additional questions contact the Water Services Infrastructure Record Services Division at 602-495-5601.