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Developer Fees

The following fees are assigned according to the square footage of proposed projects when building permits are issued in the City of San Jose, the City of Campbell, the City of Saratoga, the Town of Los Gatos, or the City and County of Santa Clara (depending on where you live).
 
Payments are made in person in the district office located at 3235 Union Avenue, San Jose, CA 95124.  Only checks (any type) are accepted.  You do not need an appointment.  Hours of attention for this procedure are:  Mondays through Fridays, from 8:30 am to 4 pm, except lunch time (12:30 pm to 1:30 pm).

Campbell Union High School District School Impact / Developer Fee Schedule:
Statutory Residential Development School Fees

 

Residential Development Type

Statutory

Residential Fee[1]

Single Family Detached[2]

$1.14

Multifamily Attached[2]

$1.14

[1] Per square foot of assessable space for new residential construction excluding age-restricted units.

[2] Statutory School Fees amounts effective as of July 1st,  2018

 

Statutory Commercial/Industrial Development ("CID") School Fees

 

Commercial/Industrial Development Type

Statutory

Commercial/Industrial Fee[1]

Retail and Services[2]

$0.183

Office[2]

$0.183

Research and Development[2]

$0.183

Industrial/Warehouse/Manufacturing[2]

$0.183

Hospital[2]

$0.183

Hotel/Motel[2]

$0.095

[1] Per square foot of assessable space for new commercial/industrial construction.

[2] Statutory School Fees amounts effective as of July 1st, 2018

 

TO:                  Interested Parties

FROM:            Nancy T. Pfeiffer, Chief Business Officer Campbell Union High School District

Reference:   Information available for public review:  Report on the Use of Developer Fees for 2017-18

California Government Code sections 66001(d) and 66006(b) require school districts to report on the amount of developer fees collected each fiscal year and the manner in which they were spent.   The district Board of Trustees will take up a report and resolution on this matter at its May 17, 2018 meeting.  The report and resolution will cover the fees collected and spent for the 2017-18 fiscal year and will explain the anticipated use of the fund balance in the district’s Capital Facilities Account.

The law requires that this information be available to interested parties and the public not less than 15 days prior to the meeting in which the report and resolution are approved by the board of trustees. The district has made this information available for public review on its website www.cuhsd.org and at its Business Services office located at 3235 Union Avenue, San Jose, CA 95124.

Interested parties can also obtain additional information by contacting Amy Hammer, Business Services Division Accounts Payable/Receivable Clerk, at 408-371-0960 x 2044 or ahammer@cuhsd.org.