When are Area of Benefit (AOB) fee credits granted?

AOB fee credits are granted when the preexisting use is replaced by a new use that generates more traffic. The applicant would receive credit for traffic generated by the preexisting use. A project that changes a single family home into a commercial/retail building, or modifies a light industrial building into a commercial/retail building are examples of projects that would receive fee credit.

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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?