Transportation Capital Expansion Fee Program
The City of Fort Collins strives for a world class transportation system which serves all modes of traffic.
The Transportation Capital Expansion Program (formerly called the Street Oversizing Program)references City adopted plans and policies to offset additional traffic added to the existing transportation system by new development or redevelopment. Development categories are defined by the Institute of Transportation Engineers TripGeneration Manual, not the International Building and Residential Codes.
The program collects fees from new development or redevelopment projects. These fees are due prior to the building permit is issued. The fees vary depending on the type of development: i.e. residential, commercial, office space, industrial, etc. Per City code, the fees can be used to fund projects which reduce congestion, or to reimburse development projects which construct roadway up and above the local access standards.
Transportation Capital Expansion Fee Program Flowchart
Transportation Capital Expansion Fees
|Residential (Per Dwelling Unit)|
|SF of Finished Living Space||Fee|
|up to 700||$1,827|
|Non-Residential (Per 1000 sf of Floor Area)|
|Office & Other Services||$4,951|
Transportation Capital Expansion Fee Calculator
Larimer County Regional Road Fee Calculator
The City also collects regional road fees on behalf of Larimer County. These fees are collected at the time of issuance of the building permit. For additional information, please visit:
All fees calculated using the above calculators are estimates. Final fees to be determined at issuance of building permit.
Recently Constructed Projects
- Development Projects with Reimbursement from TCEF Program
- Suniga Road (Aspen Heights Development)
- Lincoln Avenue Roundabout, Duff Drive, International Blvd (Capstone Cottages)
- Timberline Road, Rosen Drive, Red Willow Drive (Crowne at Timberline)
- Capital Projects
- Harmony Road
- Horsetooth/Ziegler Roundabout
Capital Expansion Fees
The City recently revised its Capital Expansion Fees. For more information, please visit this link:
Capital Expansion Fee Study
City Adopted Plans and Policies
TCEF Fees collected are ultimately used to support projects which increase the carrying capacity of the transportation system. The TCEF Program is Plan Based; it references various plans to determine project and funding priorities. The following plans influence how the program prioritizes projects:
Transportation Capital Expansion and Larimer County Regional Road Fees are collected prior to the issuance of the building permit. For information an additional building permit fees, please visit: