Municipalities in Ontario use Development Charges (DCs) to recover costs associated with residential and non-residential growth. Development charges fund growth-related capital costs for soft services, like library and fire services, recreation and parking and hard services like engineering and infrastructure. The
Development Charges Act is the statutory basis that governs development charges.
2019 Development Charges Background Study
In order to continue charging development charges, the Town of Newmarket, as required by legislation, must conduct a background study and public process for review to enact a new Development Charges By-law.
The Town of Newmarket DC Background Study and Draft Development Charges By-law provides information on proposed development fees and charges.
The public are invited to provide comments on the Development Charges Background Study, May 21, 2019, as outlined in the Notice of Public Meeting.
Further information on Newmarket's development charges can be found in the
Town-wide development charges bylaw and in the
Additional details regarding residential and non-residential non-residential development charges, including the regional and school board charges are available.
Town-wide fees (with the exception of the Northwest quadrant)
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