Land & Site Development Fees
The Prince William Board of County Supervisors has approved revisions to the Development Fee Schedules, effective July 1, 2013. More Information.
The links below identify fees charged for review and permitting in connection with applications for land development activities in Prince William County, Virginia.
Applicants should use this schedule to identify what fees are required. A review fee calculation form or a land permit calculation form must accompany each plan submission application, as identified in the Administrative Procedures Manual to identify how the fee amount was derived. The fee calculation forms are available at the Department of Development Services, Land Development Division, 5 County Complex Court, Prince William, Va., and are linked below.
Checks for land development reviews and permit fees must be calculated to the exact amount and must be payable to the Director of Finance, Prince William County. If there is a miscalculation of fees by less than 20 percent and the plan meets quality control screening standards, the Department of Development Services will accept plans and adjust the amount no later than at signature submission.
Any fees calculated on an area basis must be figured to a minimum of two decimal places. For example, if the parcel area is 8.49956 ac do not use 8.4 or 8.5 use 8.50 acres to compute the fees.
Adopted Fee Schedules for the Prince William County Office of Planning
The links below identify fees charged in connection with the review and processing of applications for rezoning, special use permits, provisional use permits, and zoning permit fees. Applicants should use this schedule to identify fees associated with their respective applications. The fee schedules for rezoning and special use permit applications can also be found as part of the rezoning and special use permit application checklists.
Checks for land use review fees must be made payable to the Director of Finance, Prince William County and submitted as part of the application process.
Refunds: A refund of 25 percent of the application fee shall be returned to the applicant if the rezoning or special use permit application is withdrawn prior to the submission of a newspaper advertisement announcing the Planning Commission public hearing. Cases withdrawn after the advertisement will not have any funds reimbursed.
Fee Calculation Sheets:
- Review Fees
- Permitting Fees
See Land Development Documents or Forms Permits and Applications for the necessary application forms.