Impact fees help fund major infrastructure associated with growth in Albuquerque.
Section Manager, Impact Fee Administrator
- Tony Loyd, Associate Engineer - 505-924-3934 .
Impact Fee Coordinators
- Ron Vonderhaar, MA, CZO - 505-924-3984
- Rudy Rael (Alternate) - 505-924-3977
Maps and Tables for Calculating Impact Fees
- Drainage Facilities
- Parks, Recreation, Trails, and Open Space
- Public Safety Facilities
- Roadway Facilities
On Thursday June 30, 2005, City Council amended and approved the Component Capital
Builders of commercial and new residential buildings pay impact fees that represent a fair, proportionate share of the cost of the parks, roads, drainage facilities and public safety facilities necessary to serve that new development. The City of Albuquerque Planning Department administers the impact fee program.
Improvement Plan (CCIP). The CCIP was signed by the Mayor on July 6, 2005. For more information, please see CCIP FAQ. The CCIP will be updated every two years. The most recent update was approved on September 17, 2007.
Impact fees are calculated at the earliest time of the development approval process, usually at application for building permit, and applicants pay the fee at the finalization of building permit approval. For more information, contact Tony Loyd, Impact Fee Administrator at 505-924-3934 or by email to Tony Loyd.
Resolutions were passed which established Council Policy Regarding Lower Impact Fees. These are based on Service Efficiencies, Reductions/Offsets Based on City Planning Policies and Impact Fee Waivers for Affordable Housing. These can be found at the
The Impact Fees Administrative Rules are Chapter 18 of theand indicate the administrative process by which the city assesses impact fees.