Impact Fee Program Information & Forms
County Fair Share Road Improvement Impact Fee Program began in 1989. Its intent
is to assist the County in financing highway capital improvements that are made
necessary by new development. Fees are assessed on NEW DEVELOPMENT throughout the County, regardless of whether the development is in a
municipality or is in unincorporated DuPage County. Fees are also collected whether a new development is located adjacent to a County highway or to a State or village road.
details on program requirements, forms, fee schedules, and document submittal
procedures, please see our Impact Fee Procedures Manual included under Impact
Fee Application Documents below. This manual includes all of the fee forms and
procedures. We have also included individual forms, maps and schedules.
A fillable application document is included below. We encourage applicants to contact us if you need assistance in filing your impact fee application. You may reach us at (630) 407-6700 or at (630) 407-6900 (Division of Transportation). You may also e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Hours of operation are: Mon.-Fri. 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
When filing an impact fee, please check the document requirement links below for residential or commercial developments. All documents may be filed electronically to email@example.com.
Impact Fee Application Documents
Click on the links below for
information and fillable application form in PDF documents.
Impact Fee Ordinance Public Hearing Documents - June, 2021
The following are documents that are the subject of the July 29th Impact Fee Public Hearing.
The following is a link to the virtual public hearing on the Proposed Amendments to Impact Fee Ordinance ODT-021R-89 and its Impact Fee Rate Schedule.
Virtual Public Hearing Video
Impact Fee Reports
The following are the financial reports required to be submitted by State of
Illinois Statute 605 ILCS 5/5-905.
Impact Fee Supporting
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Updated June 9, 2021