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2019 Land Use Assumptions (LUA) and Infrastructure Improvements Plan (IIP) Update

The City of Goodyear is updating Development Impact Fees (DIF) to expand the Police, Fire, and Street service areas to include the Northwest Rainbow Valley (NWRV) area (map).   The update does not result in any changes to impact fees in the existing service areas.  The update will require development in the NWRV area to pay the same Police impact fee that is charged city-wide, and the same Fire and Street impact fees that are charged in the South Service area. 

The first part of an impact fee update requires the City to update the Land Use Assumptions (LUA) and Infrastructure Improvements Plan (IIP).   The 2019 Development Impact Fee Study- Land Use Assumptions and Infrastructure Improvements Plan draft report prepared by Raftelis Financial Consultants can be viewed by clicking the following link: 

2019 Development Impact Fee Study- Land Use Assumptions and Infrastructure Improvements Plan

The LUA and IIP update will be discussed during a public hearing at a City Council Regular Meeting held:

Monday, September 9, 2019 at 6:00pm

Goodyear Municipal Court and Council Chambers

14455 W. Van Buren Street, Suite B101

Goodyear, Arizona  85338

The City is posting the LUA and IIP update at least 60 days prior to the hearing to allow time for public review and comments.  Also, City staff will hold a stakeholder meeting to accept comments and incorporate public feedback for the City Council public hearing.  The meeting will be held Wednesday, July 31, 2019, at 2:30pm in Room 117 at Goodyear City Hall, 190 N Litchfield Road, Goodyear, Arizona.  In addition to stakeholder meeting participation, written comments on the update can be emailed to tamara.blanar@goodyearaz.gov

Arizona Revised Statute (ARS) 9-463.05 dictates specific requirements to adopt development impact fees.  The City developed a proposed adoption schedule that includes public hearing and adoption dates.  The City anticipates the new impact fees in the Northwest Rainbow Valley area to become effective in late April or early May of 2020.  If you have any questions regarding the update information, please contact Tammy Blanar at 623-882-7847 or by email at tamara.blanar@goodyearaz.gov.

City of Goodyear Development Impact Fees - Effective April 1, 2019

The City Council adopted the Development Fees at the City Council Regular Meeting held on Monday, January 14, 2019.

April 2019 Fees

Project Estimate Form

Development Impact Fee - Schedule of Fees

Map (non-utility)

Map (utility)

City Council adopted the Land Use Assumptions and Infrastructure Improvements Plan Report on Monday, October 22, 2018.  The report can be viewed by clicking the following link:

City of Goodyear - 2018 Development Impact Fee Study - Land Use Assumptions and Infrastructure Improvement Plan Report (October 22, 2018)  

Additional Documents:
City of Goodyear - 2018 Development Impact Fee Study Summary
Development Impact Fee Study Update – Calendar

Goodyear Development Impact Fees - Effective August 1, 2014

The City of Goodyear has three development impact fee zones within the City.  Utility Development Fees are Based on Water Meter Size.

North Zone North of I-10

Central Zone - I-10 to the Gila River

South Zone - Gila River to Pecos

Development Impact Fee Documents:

Land Use Assumptions, Infrastructure Improvements Plan, and Development Fees dated May 12, 2014 and adopted by Resolution No. 14-1626

IIP Minor Amendment - Minor Amendment to South Area Water Infrastructure Improvement Plan approved April 23, 2018.