Develop and update impact fees to fairly allocate and pay for additional capital infrastructure
Supporting equitable access to opportunities through representation, participation, and performance
Land use and transportation planning to support access to local and healthy food
Jonathan Slason, PE, has significant experience with alternative funding methods such as impact fees. He participates in the national Growth and Infrastructure Consortium (formerly the National Impact Fee Roundtable).
Jonathan has degrees in economics and civil engineering providing a valuable combination of skills to develop municipal impact fees.
Recent impact fee projects include St. Albans Impact Fees (libary, fire, public works, general admin, and transportation), City of Jacksonville (FL) Mobility Fees, a pilot for the first transportation improvement district for VTrans around Exit 12 Williston; Town of Essex Sidewalk Impact Fee, City of South Burlington Transportation Impact Fees (ongoing), City of South Burlington Public Facilities Impact Fees (ongoing), Town of Williston Transportation Impact Fees (ongoing), and City of Winooski Transportation Impact Fees (ongoing).