Impact fees pay for park, fire, police, street growth needs
By: Teya Vitu June 4, 2018Comments Off on Impact fees pay for park, fire, police, street growth needs
With population growth comes a need for new parks, fire stations, walking trails, and other amenities. Cities use impact fees to pay for them - ranging in Idaho from $2,000 to more than $5,000 for a new single-family home.
Idaho allows impact fees to be charged on residential and commercial development specifically for parks, fire, police ...
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