Impact Fees are one time fees assessed on new construction, remodels/additions, and commercial builds. Impact fees must be paid before a water concurrency letter can be issued by Mountain Regional Water District, which is necessary to apply for a building permit by Summit County. These impact fees are used to pay the capital impact of a user or a group of users on the water system. All of our impact fees follow the State of Utah Impact Fees Act. Impact Fees are based on the demand any new construction places upon the water system.New Water Service Connection / Impact Fee Process Chart
Applications submitted and Fees quoted are only good until the end of the calendar year in which requested.
To calculate an impact fee, District engineering staff must review construction plans of the project. Plans and an architects review signature is required, and a 100 dollar fee is required for each review. To request an impact fee calculation please download and submit the form below, then email the completed form and architectural plans to: firstname.lastname@example.orgDOWNLOAD RESIDENTIAL NEW CONSTRUCTION FORMDOWNLOAD RESIDENTIAL REMODEL OR ADDITION FORMDOWNLOAD COMMERCIAL FORM
Impact Fees begin for homes with a living area of 3,000 sq ft or less. Fees go up incrementally from there based on the size of the home and anticipated outdoor irrigation area. Fees are also charged for the meter connection based on the size of the meter and a refundable security deposit is required. To download a General Service Area Impact Fee Table, please click below.Download Fees
The Promontory development has a separate impact fee for a residential or a resort units. In addition to the impact fee, there are two special assessments that must also be paid. The assessment amounts varies residential or resort unit. The Residential Impact Fee Plan Review Request form still needs to be completed to calculate the total fees.DOWNLOAD PROMONTORY RESIDENTIAL FORM
In accordance with Utah Code Title 11, Chapter 36a, the District periodically reviews and updates our Impact Fee Facilities Plan, Impact Fee Analysis, and resulting impact fee structure. This is completed to maintain a current and relevant infrastructure plan and ensure development impacts are appropriately assessed. Below you'll find the District's latest Facilities Plan and Analysis documents:Impact Fee Facility PlanImpact Fee Analysis2022 Notice of Intent to create Impact Fee Facilities Plan