Unincorporated Lee County Impact Fee Schedule - Fire Only

Unincorporated Lee County Impact Fee Schedule

​​​Impact fees ensure that new development helps pay for the increased transportation, parks, schools, fire protection and emergency medical services that will be needed by that development.  

Impact fees are assessed for new development and changes of occupancy. They are assessed either at time of building permit issuance, move-in permits for mobile homes, or development order issuance for recreational vehicle parks.

Chapter 2 of the Land Development Code contains the fees as well as more specific information. Specific questions can be answered by emailing the Impact Fee Coordinator​.

An impact letter​ is required as part of your permit application.

Information and backup documents from previous Board proceedings regarding impact fees

Additional Information

Mobile Homes not located within an established mobile home park will be treated as a single family residence for impact fee calculation purposes. 

Impact fees for golf courses (i.e., tees, fairways, greens, accessory structures such as golf cart houses, etc.) are due and payable prior to the issuance of the development order for the golf course. The golf course club house and related club house facilities will not be included in the impact fee calculation for the golf course. Impact fees for the club house and related facilities will be calculated separately, at the time of building permit issuance for these facilities, based upon the uses encompassed by the club house facility.

Impact fees become due and payable at the time of building permit issuance. For purposes of the code, a building permit is considered "issued" when the permit meets all of the following criteria:

  1. Has been approved by the County
  2. Has been picked up by the owner or his agent
  3. All applicable fees have been paid
NOTE: The development order process is separate and distinct from the building permit process and not relevant with respect to establishing when impact fees become due and payable, except as to golf courses and RV parks.