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Traffic Impact Mitigation (TIM) Fees
NEW FEES WENT INTO EFFECT ON FEBRUARY 13, 2017
Previous TIM FeesEffective through February 12, 2017
El Dorado County DRAFT TAZ Maps
Zone 1: East of Pollock Pines Zone 2: Cameron Park/Shingle Springs Zone 3: West of Placerville Zone 4: North County Zone 5: East of Placerville Zone 6: Pleasant Valley Zone 7: South County Zone 8: El Dorado Hills
The TIM Fee Program’s “Land Use Types” are primarily based on the input land uses for the County’s General Plan Transportation Demand Model (TDM). These descriptions were further refined based on descriptions of similar land uses in the reference manual: “Trip Generation”, published by the Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE). References listed below are to this manual. These descriptions do not include all possible uses. Single Family Dwellings (SFD): Single family detached homes on individual lots, including mobile/modular homes on a permanent foundation and homes within a retirement community. (Reference: Land Uses 210, 240, 251) Multi-family Dwellings (MFD): Two or more attached dwelling units with a common wall (irrespective of whether they are on the same or different lots/parcels). Examples include: apartments, condominiums, and townhouses. Each unit in a MFD pays the Multi-family rate. (Reference: Land Uses 220, 221, 222, 223, 224, 230, 231, 232, 233, 252) High trip commercial: Examples include: convenience markets*, fast food restaurants (with or without drive-through windows), drive-through banks, car washes. Square footage includes the gross floor area. (Reference: Land Uses 851, 852, 853, 912, 932 – 940, 948) General commercial: Examples include: walk-in banks, restaurants, supermarkets, theaters, hotels/motels, bowling allies, daycare centers, hardware/paint stores, building/lumber stores, new/used car sales, libraries, community centers, hospitals, retail, wholesale/retail nurseries, customer accessible areas of post offices, warehouse outlet stores, tasting rooms, auto repair/service, gyms, fitness centers, health clubs, clubhouses. Square footage includes the gross floor area. (Reference: Land Uses 300 – 399, 812 – 850, 854 – 896, 911, 918 – 931, 941 – 943, 400 – 499) Office: Locations where affairs of businesses, professional persons, or firms are conducted. Office buildings may house a mixture of tenants. Examples include: medical/dental offices, veterinary, insurance, real estate, corporate headquarters, employee work area of post office, general business offices, public /private schools. Square footage includes the gross floor area. (Reference: Land Uses 520 – 550, 630, 640, 710, 714, 715, 720, 732) Industrial: Examples include: light/heavy manufacturing, assembly, utilities, processing/manufacturing areas for wineries, laboratories. Square footage includes the gross floor area. (Reference: Land Uses 110, 120, 130, 140) Warehouse: Warehouses are primarily devoted to the storage of materials, but they may also include office and maintenance areas. Examples include: warehouse, ministorage, high-cube warehouse. Square footage includes the gross floor area. (Reference: Land Uses 150, 151, 152) Churches: Buildings in which public worship services are held, including churches, synagogues, mosques, and similar places of worship. Churches typically house an assembly hall or sanctuary; it may also house office areas, meeting rooms, classrooms (e.g., Sunday school areas) and, occasionally, dining, catering, or party facilities. This category does not include separate structures devoted to non-religious purposes such as a separate office building or school building. These would be charged at the office category rate. Square footage includes the gross floor area. (Reference: Land Uses 560, 561) Gas station*: Includes gasoline/service stations where the primary business is the fueling of motor vehicles. Rates are based on the number of pumps. A pump is capable of filling one car with fuel at a time. For example, one physical structure with 2 hoses that can be used to fill 2 different vehicles simultaneously, would be the equivalent of 2 pumps. (Reference: Land Use 944) * Gas stations combined with convenience markets are charged the higher of either the “Gas station” category rate, or the “High trip commercial” rate.
For questions, please call 530-621-5941 or 530-621-5943