Development Charges Review - 2019

South Frontenac’s current Development Charges By-law was passed by Council on August 6, 2019. Development Charges By-law 2019-48 is now in effect. 

Development charges are how municipalities help cover costs from roads to fire stations to libraries. The purpose of development charges is to recover the growth-related costs of capital infrastructure needed to service new development and redevelopment in the municipality. 

Legislation requires a full background study be prepared to justify development charges fees.  The background study was released on May 31st, 2019 and will be available for 60 days before Council considers the new by-law.

Below is a link to the background study prepared by Watson & Associates on behalf of South Frontenac. 

2019 Development Charges Background Report 

Watson & Associates Development Charges Presentation May 14th, 2019

An open house to get more information about the proposed development charges was held on June 19, 2019 from 5pm – 7pm in South Frontenac Council Chambers.

A public meeting to get input on the by-law was held on July 2nd at 7pm in South Frontenac Council Chambers. 

Please contact Development Services if you have questions about the proposed Development Charges By-law or Background Study.

View the Development Charges presentation made to Council on April 16, 2019. 

Education Development Charges - Effective July 1, 2021

Education Development Charges are used to fund the acquisition of school sites and related costs to accommodate growth-related pupil needs arising from new development – education land costs.

This pamphlet summarizes the Education Development Charges (EDC) imposed by the Conseil des écoles publiques de l’Est de l’Ontario (the Board”), commencing July 1, 2021. The information contained herein is intended only as a guide.

Development Charge Review - 2014

South Frontenac undertook a review of Development Charges in 2014 and a copy of the background study, schedules and corresponding by-law are found below.

2014 Background Study

By-law 2014-54

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