New Housing Fee Report
This report is written to satisfy the requirements as outlined in Section 66.10014 of the Wisconsin Statutes. Section 66.10014 reads as follows:
(1) In this section, “municipality” means a city or village with a population of 10,000 or more.
(2) Not later than January 1, 2020, a municipality shall prepare a report of the municipality's residential development fees. The report shall contain all of the following:
(a) Whether the municipality imposes any of the following fees or other requirements for purposes related to residential construction, remodeling, or development and, if so, the amount of each fee:
- Building permit fee.
- Impact fee.
- Park fee.
- Land dedication or fee in lieu of land dedication requirement.
- Plat approval fee.
- Storm water management fee.
- Water or sewer hook-up fee.
(b) The total amount of fees under par. (a) that the municipality imposed for purposes related to residential construction, remodeling, or development in the prior year and an amount calculated by dividing the total amount of fees under this paragraph by the number of new residential dwelling units approved in the municipality in the prior year.
(a) A municipality shall post the report under sub. (2) on the municipality's Internet site on a web page dedicated solely to the report and titled “New Housing Fee Report.” If a municipality does not have an Internet site, the county in which the municipality is located shall post the information under this paragraph on its Internet site on a web page dedicated solely to development fee information for the municipality.
(b) A municipality shall provide a copy of the report under sub. (2) to each member of the governing body of the municipality.
(4) If a fee or the amount of a fee under sub. (2) (a) is not properly posted as required under sub. (3) (a), the municipality may not charge the fee.
NEW HOUSING FEE REPORT
New Single- & Two-Family Residential Permit Fees
BUILDING PERMIT FEES
|New Single- & Two-Family Residential Building Permit|
|New Single- & Two-Family Residential Electrical Permit|
|New Single- & Two-Family Residential Plumbing Permit|
|New Single- & Two-Family Residential HVAC Permit|
Single- & Two-Family Residential Remodeling/Alterations Permit Fees
New Multi-Family (3+ Dwelling Units) Residential Permit Fees
Multi-Family (3+ Dwelling Units) Residential Remodeling/Alterations Permit Fees
Water Impact Fees
HOUSING IMPACT FEES
|Single-, Two- & Multi-Family Residential Water Impact Fees|
Recreation Facilities Improvement Fees
|Single-, Two- & Multi-Family Residential Park Fees|
LAND DEDICATION OR FEE IN LIEU OF LAND DEDICATION REQUIREMENTS
Single- & Two-Family Land Dedication or Fee In Lieu of Land Dedication
|Single- & Two-Family Land Dedication or Fee In Lieu of Land Dedication|
Multi-Family (3+ Dwelling Units) Land Dedication or Fee In Lieu of Land Dedication
|Multi-Family (3+ Dwelling Units) Land Dedication or Fee In Lieu of Land Dedication|
PLAT APPROVAL FEES
|Single-, Two- & Multi-Family Residential Plat Approval Fees|
STORM WATER & EROSION CONTROL MANAGEMENT FEES
|Erosion Control & Post-Construction Stormwater Fees|
WATER OR SEWER HOOK-UP FEES
Water Hook-Up Fees
|Water Reconnection and Additional Meter Fees|
Sewer Hook-Up Fees
|Sewer Hook-Up Fees|
MISCELLANEOUS FEES*Zoning Fees (Conditional Use Permit, Planned Unit Development, Group Development and/or Variance)
|Filling of Land Permit|
Fire Suppression and/or Fire Alarm System Installation Permit
|Residential Fire Suppression and/or Fire Alarm System Installation Permit
* = Miscellaneous fee charges are dependent on the proposed development, which means they may or may not be required for a development. Please Check with the Building, Safety & Zoning Department: (920) 262-4060.