Developer fees are fees that are paid by property owners and developers to school districts to mitigate the impact created on school district facilities by new development within a school district’s boundaries. Fees are typically paid to the school district as a condition of a property developer or owner obtaining a building permit from the city or county for a construction project. School districts have been authorized by law since January 1, 1987.
Due to COVID-19 restrictions, and by the order and direction of California Governor Gavin Newsom, effective March 20, 2020, the Chino Valley Unified School District is closed to the public until further notice. However, we are still processing and accepting developer fee payments via appointment. To make an appointment, please call (909) 628-1202 ext. 1200. Additionally, please complete the CVUSD Draft Certificate of Compliance (below) in advance of your scheduled appointment time.
Please Note: An increase of Statutory Developer Fees (Level 1) and an adoption of resolution 2017/2018-77 at the June 14, 2018 Board Meeting approved an increase in Statutory School Fees imposed on new residential and commercial/industrial construction pursuant to Education Code 17620 and Government Code 65995.
As of August 14, 2018, fees are as follows:
- New Residential Development and Room Additions in excess of 500 square feet: $3.79 per square foot
- Commercial/Industrial Construction: $0.61 per square foot
At the June 18, 2020 Board Meeting an increase for developer fees was approved, and will go into effect August 17, 2020.
As of August 17, 2020, fees will be as follows:
- New Residential Development and Room Additions in excess of 500 square feet: $4.08 per square foot
- Commercial/Industrial Construction: $0.66 per square foot