The Highline School District shall comply with the 1990 Growth Management Act and related local ordinances and shall use school impact fees to partially fund school capital facilities needed to house and accommodate new students generated by residential development.
The superintendent or designee shall establish procedures to meet the requirements of the Act and local ordinances, including the creation and recommended board adoption of a capital facilities plan for the district as required by law. The administration shall cooperate with the county and other local governments in developing and/or implementing impact fee ordinances, entering into needed interlocal agreements to determine and collect impact fees and insure the funding to the district. A certificate of school facility availability shall be made available to the local government and any developer who submits written application for such. All impact fees shall be encumbered or expended in conformance with the capital facilities plan and within the timeline prescribed by law.
Highline School District 401
Adopted by the Board: May 1991