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Developer Fees

Current Fees

By appointment Only. Please contact: Jennifer McGriff jmcgriff@husd.k12.ca.us
Type of Project   Fee Per Square Foot
Residential - Habitable Space  $2.97
All Residential - Non-Habitable Space, i.e. garage, porch $0.00
Senior/Affordable Housing - Habitable Space $0.47
Senior/Affordable Housing - Non-Habitable Space, i.e. garage, porch $0.00
Any/All Commercial/Retail $0.47
Government/Public Exempt
Small Projects: 0 - 500 square feet Exempt


A third-party developer fee justification study conducted by Government Financial Strategies, Inc. concluded that the "District" (Hayward Unified School District) is justified in imposing the fee "on all new residential development (e.g. new construction, demolition and replacement, additions of more than 500 square feet to existing homes, etc.) to the extent allowed by law." emphasis added