What is a traffic Area of Benefit (AOB)?

A traffic Area of Benefit (AOB) is a development traffic mitigation fee program designed to improve the capacity and safety of the County’s road network within a defined boundary as development occurs. The AOB fee programs are supported by County ordinances which are adopted by the County Board of Supervisors. Money collected within a given AOB will be used to fund road improvement projects that mitigate traffic impacts generated by new development projects.

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1. How are Area of Benefit (AOB) fees determined?
2. How do I find out how much my Area of Benefit (AOB) fees will be for my project?
3. What are Area of Benefit (AOB) funds used for?
4. What is the basis of the Area of Benefit (AOB) Program?
5. When are Area of Benefit (AOB) fee waivers granted?
6. Who do I contact if I think I am eligible for an Area of Benefit (AOB) fee waiver or credit?
7. Who pays Area of Benefit (AOB) fees?
8. If I think I'm eligible for an Area of Benefit (AOB) fee waiver or credit, who do I contact?
9. What is a traffic Area of Benefit (AOB)?
10. When and how are Area of Benefit (AOB) fee rates adjusted?
11. When and how are Area of Benefit (AOB) fees collected?
12. When are Area of Benefit (AOB) fee credits granted?
13. Where can I find the current Area of Benefit (AOB) Fee Schedule?