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Infrastructure & Public Facilities Needs Assessment

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In 2005, the County of Hawai‘i Planning Department contracted with Helber Hastert & Fee Planners (HHF) to conduct an Infrastructure and Public Facilities Needs Assessment (IPFNA) Study – September, 2006. HHF subcontracted with Duncan Associates of Austin Texas to develop the Study.

According to Hawai‘i Revised Statutes (HRS), Chapter 46, Impact Fees can only be assessed by a County for public facility capital improvements costs identified in a needs assessment study provided an impact fee ordinance is adopted.

Subsequent to the completion of the IPFNA, the County of Hawai‘i administration did not introduce an impact fee ordinance. Several unsuccessful attempts were initiated by the Hawai‘i County Council to adopt an Impact Fee Ordinance in 2008 and 2010.

Information about the IPFNA Study, results from Community-Stakeholder Meetings, helpful information about Impact Fees, Draft Ordinances initiated by the County Council, and relevant Correspondences are available below.

Infrastructure & Public Facilities Needs Assessment (IPFNA) Study

About Impact Fees

Community Stakeholder Meetings

County Council Bills – 2008 Effort

County Council Bills – 2010 Effort

Impact Fee Correspondences

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