Development Impact Fee Deferral Program
By: City of Reedley
Development Impact Fees for new construction may be deferred until final inspection.
Western Chula Vista Community Facilities District - Impact Fee Deferral
Development Impact Fee Deferral for industrial, commercial and high density residential development in western Chula Vista
Non-Residential Fee Deferral Program
Rather than paying development fees at the time a building permit is issued, developers of qualified non-residential projects may elect to defer a portion of those fees.
Stockton's Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) Programs
Stockton provides programs for property owners to finance the purchase and installation of energy-efficient infrastructure improvements to their properties with no up-front costs.
Short-Term Non-Residential Fee Deferral Program
Rather than paying development impact fees at the time a building permit is issued, a developer with a qualified non-residential project may elect to defer payment of some fees for two years or until until a certificate of occupancy is issued.
Opportunity Zone Program
Zone that allows for the deferment or elimination of federal taxes on capital gains
- Agriculture and Forestry
- Air Quality and Climate
- Business and Commerce
- Commercial Real Estate
- Community Development and Land Use
- Consumer Protection
- Disaster Prevention and Relief
- Employment and Labor and Training
- Film and Television
- Financial Services
- Food and Nutrition
- Green Business
- Green House Gas Emission Reduction
- Health Care
- Land Conservation
- Research and Development
- Waste Management
Commercial Facade Improvement Program
Forgivable loans aimed at assisting with the cost of improving exterior appearance of businesses.
Broadband Assistance Program
Forgivable loan aimed at assisting businesses with costs to install lateral connection to the City's fiber optic loop.
Energy Efficiency Incentive Program
Forgivable loan to assist business with costs associated with initiatives to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.