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Mobility Fee Program
The City of Altamonte Springs is migrating from the current impact fee structure to a new fee. This transition establishes a new mobility fee and creates streamlined procedures during the City project review. Altamonte Springs City Commissioners adopted Ord. 1691-16 on April 19, 2016 to implement the mobility fee program and eliminate transportation impact fees.

Mobility fees are proposed to go into effect on June 1, 2016.
  • Any building permit issued before June 1, 2016 will pay the current transportation impact fees.
  • Any building permit issued after June 1, 2016 will pay the mobility fees on the rate schedule provided on this summary.

Transitioning to the new mobility fee structure gives the City an opportunity to create a unified and cohesive community atmosphere. Mobility fees, unlike road impact fees, can be spent on projects such as trails, sidewalks, bicycle lanes, transit stops, intersections and road capacity.

In the past, the City collected impact fees for transportation, police, parks and recreation, which limited the City’s ability to provide funding for other community enhancement projects. To help resolve this, the City completed an analysis (May 2015) for a mobility fee that would replace the current roadway impact fee system, transportation concurrency and proportionate fair-share.

Larger developments are required to conduct site related Mobility Solutions Analysis (formerly TIA) to determine the mobility needs related to existing and planned transportation improvements adjacent or near a development. The mobility fee only applies to new development that generates new trips resulting in an increase in person miles traveled (PMT) over an existing land use.

In the new system, mobility fees have decreased or remained the same. 

The mobility fee will have three varying rate schedules depending on the location of a project in the City. The rate schedule categories are:
  • Mobility fee: City area outside of an activity center or transit oriented area
  • Activity center mobility fee: West Town, East Town, Uptown Altamonte and Gateway Center areas
  • Transit oriented area mobility fee: Area surrounding Altamonte Springs SunRail Station

Click here to download the new mobility fee rate schedule.

For additional information, contact Director of Mobility Tim Wilson at (407) 571-8143 or .

Contact Us
Mobility Fee Program

225 Newburyport Ave.
Altamonte Springs, FL 32701

Ph: (407) 571-8143
Fx: (407) 571-8156

Monday - Friday
7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.