Impact Fee Program
Kane County’s Impact Fee Program operates in accordance with the Road Improvement Impact Fee Law of the State of Illinois (605ILCS 5/5-901 to et. seq.). The County’s Comprehensive Road Improvement Plan (CRIP) document includes an assessment of the roadway network, quantifies the anticipated new development upon which estimated improvements are based, identifies available funding sources, anticipated highway improvements and estimated costs. The CRIP and Impact Fee Ordinance regulate the administration of the program, the assessment and collection of fees and the suite of available discounts.
Contact and Payment Information
We encourage you to contact Lisa Larson, Interim Impact Fee Program Coordinator at 630-845-3798 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or to discuss the applicability of available fee reduction alternatives.
To make a payment, choose one of the following options:
Mail or in-person: Kane County Division of Transportation
41W011 Burlington Road
Campton Hills, IL 60175
From 9:00 a.m.- 4:00 p.m. Monday-Friday
Fee Payment Location and Contact Information Sheet
Online Payment - online payments can be made by visiting the County's payment portal by clicking this link: Please click here
Impact Fee Application
The application contains all information needed to determine a Notice of Assessment (fee due). Please read the first page of the application as it contains important instructions on required materials that must be submitted to complete the application.
Fillable Impact Fee Application
Impact Fee Schedule
The impact fee application can be filled out electronically and sent to email@example.com
Impact Fee Estimator Tool
Developers and builders may now use the Impact Fee Estimator Tool to estimate the cost of impact fees. The file below will open in Excel and users should read the Instructions sheet before using the tool. This tool is an estimate only; the actual impact fee is calculated by the KDOT Impact Fee Coordinator upon submittal of an Impact Fee Application and other required documents.
Impact Fee Estimator Tool
Fee Assessment and Discounts
Fees for new development throughout Kane County are based upon the proposed use of the property and the associated trip generation for individual land uses contained on the property. The fee is calculated by staff based upon materials submitted by the developer. The Ordinance provides for the methodology used to calculate fees and also provides for various ways to reduce the fee due. Please reference the
, Sections 8, 9, and 10 for more information about potential reduction in fees due.
A new assessment tool, the Simplified Individual Assessment
is now available for instances where the impact fee does not reflect the unique impact of the new development. The Simplified Individual Assessment allows the use of any of the land use codes available in the Institute for Traffic Engineers (ITE) Trip Generation Manual. More information is found in the Procedure Manual
and the Assessment may be initiated after a discussion with the KDOT Impact Fee Coordinator.
2022 Impact Fee Program Update
The Kane County Board approved an updated CRIP and Impact Fee ordinance and fee schedule on January 11, 2022. Approved copies of the Comprehensive Road Improvement Plan (CRIP) document and Ordinance 22-27-Impact Fees can be viewed by clicking the 2022-2027 CRIP, Ordinance and Fee Schedule link below. Documentation related to the update, including the Impact Fee Advisory Committee meetings and public hearings, is posted below.