Public Works Engineering
400 W. Gowe St., Kent, WA 98032
Office Hours: Monday - Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
State law requires that cities plan for projected growth and have the infrastructure in place to support it within six years. Transportation impact fees are paid by developers and expanding businesses to help cover the cost of road improvements that increase traffic capacity. Money from the fees is tied directly to the size and type of the development and the anticipated increase in traffic associated with the project.
- 2018 TIF fees
- 2017 Transportation Impact Fees (PDF, 30 KB)
- 2016 Transportation Impact Fees (PDF, 30KB).
- View the City's Guide to Transportation Impact Fees (PDF, 4 MB) This user friendly guide was designed to help the public understand what Transportation Impact Fees are and how they'll be applied.
Transportation Impact Fee Ordinance
The Transportation Impact Fee Ordinance (PDF, 2MB) describes the methodology for calculating the fee schedule.
Transportation Impact Fee Rate Study
The Kent Transportation Impact Fee Rate Study (PDF, 2 MB) summarizes the policy and technical development of a Transportation Impact Fee program for the City