Public Improvement Fee

Public Improvement Fee (PIF) General Information

A Public Improvement Fee is a private fee that is collected by businesses on sales transactions. The money is used to pay for the public improvements related for a development of their site, such as curbs and sidewalks, storm management systems, sanitary sewer systems, public street lighting, and road and bridge development.

The PIF is specifically a fee and NOT a tax; therefore, it becomes a part of the overall cost of the sale/service and is subject to sales tax.

The PIF is not collected by the city, but by a third party administrator hired by the owner of the development site. Questions about the PIF should be directed to the organization handling the PIF for that specific development area. For either the PIF at the Gardens on Havana Metro District or Fitzsimons, email Clifton Larsen Allen LLP at: gwvutil@claconnect.com

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