The NUSD Board of Education, at its meeting held on May 16, 2017, approved Resolution No. 2048 which maintained the impact fees to be assessed as follows, effective July 15, 2017 to May 18, 2018:
$3.48 per square foot for new residential habitable space.
$0.56 per square foot for new commercial and industrial.
$0.09 per square foot for mini storage.
The NUSD Board of Education, at its meeting held on March 20, 2018, approved Resolution No. 2096 which maintained the impact fees to be assessed as follows, effective May 19, 2018:
$3.79 per square foot for new residential habitable space.
$0.61 per square foot for new commercial and industrial.
$0.14 per square foot for mini storage.
Individuals submitting plans to the City of Newark shall be directed to the NUSD Business Services Dept to meet with the Administrative Assistant to pay fees to NUSD.
The fees are based on the square footage listed in the City’s “plan check” document. The City’s plan check document must be submitted to NUSD at the time of fee payment.
NUSD will require a Certificate of Compliance (triplicate) form to be filled-out and signed at the time of fee payment.
Credit cards not accepted; checks or money orders only.
Please contact the Administrative Assistant to schedule an appointment for payment of fees.
Administrative Assistant – NUSD Business Services Dept.
5715 Musick Avenue / Newark, CA 94560
Individuals considering additions or reconstruction over 500 square feet to an existing single family dwelling should contact the Administrative Assistant to determine the applicability of these fees.
March 2018: NOTICE OF HEARING REGARDING PROPOSED ADOPTION OF A DEVELOPER FEE STUDY AND THE INCREASE OF THE STATUTORY SCHOOL FEE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Governing Board of the Newark Unified School District will hold a hearing and consider input from the public on the proposed adoption of a Developer Fee Justification Study for the District and an increase in the statutory school facility fee (“Level I Fee”) on new residential and commercial/industrial developments as approved by the State Allocation Board on January 24, 2018. The adoption of the Study and the increase of the Level I Fee are necessary to fund the construction of needed school facilities to accommodate students due to development.