ESTIMATED RESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION FEES
Single Family Dwellings and (Duplexes)
When requesting estimated fees for residential construction, the fees are determined by each department based on the project. Residential construction fees include much more than just building department permit fee. The information provided below is an attempt to provide you with an understanding of the estimated costs associated with residential construction fees. Fees are determined by valuation and location.
Estimated City Department Fees to consider are:
|Impact Fees:||$1,083.85 - $1839.82||See Finance Department|
|Water CAP Fee:||$2,672||See Water Department Schedule|
|Water MXU Fee:||$130||See Water Department Schedule|
|Water Hookup Fee:||$2,590 - $5,445*||See Water Department Schedule|
|Sewer Cap Fee:||$3,325 ($6,650 duplex)||See Wastewater Department|
|Sewer Hookup Fee:||$550*||See Wastewater Department|
|Huetter Fee:||$650*||See Wastewater Department|
|Mill River Fee:||$450*||See Wastewater Department|
|Plan Review Fee:||$25 - $183.38||See Building Services Fee Schedule|
|Building Permit Fee:||$69.26 - $1,833.72||See Building Services Fee Schedule|
|Stormwater Fee:||$75*||See Engineering Department|
|Encroachment Permit Fee:||$50*||See Engineering Department|
|Mechanical Permit Fee:||$100 - $200||See Building Services Applications|
|Plumbing Permit Fee:||$100 - $200||See Building Services Applications|
|Street Tree Fee:||$300 per frontage||See Urban Forestry|
|*May or May Not Apply|
|Electrical Permit Fee:||See State of Idaho Building and Safety|
Special conditions may exist on the property which would require additional information and could include additional project costs. For example, if your property is located in a flood plain or slopes/hillsides, then you may be required to provide an erosion control bond, engineered footings and foundation, geotechnical report, elevation certificate or landscape bond. For more information, please contact Building Services at (208) 769-2267.
 Valuation shall include structural, electrical, plumbing, mechanical, interior finish, normal site preparation, architectural and design fees, overhead and profit.
 Currently Impact Fees are defined by the properties location within the City.