Chapter 3.30


3.30.010    Purpose.

3.30.020    Adoption or modification of new or existing fees and charges.

3.30.010 Purpose.

The purpose of this chapter is to enable the city, consistent with Article XIII of the California Constitution, to establish various fees for services rendered; provided, that those fees do not exceed the reasonable cost of providing the service for which the fees are charged. [Ord. 04-1234 § 2, 2004; Ord. 1041 § 1, 1992.]

3.30.020 Adoption or modification of new or existing fees and charges.

A. The council may, from time to time, by resolution, adopt or modify one or more new or existing fees by which the city may recover the cost of part or all of services provided.

B. Such fees may include, but are not limited to, the following:

1. Planning services;

2. Building services including inspection permits and records;

3. Mobile home park conversion;

4. Use permit, vacancies, zoning and subdivision map;

5. Development projects;

6. Public safety services;

7. Recreation services;

8. Utility and enterprise services;

9. Maintenance;

10. Finance;

11. Such other fees as authorized to collect pursuant to applicable law.

C. The council shall comply with law in adopting any resolutions pursuant to this section, including where applicable, the noticing of hearings related to such fees.

D. Annually, or as part of the annual budget process, the city manager or designee thereof shall prepare a report for the council as to the adequacy of the city’s fee schedule, and including any recommendations for adjustments thereto. [Ord. 04-1234 §§ 3, 4, 2004.]


Prior legislation: Ord. 972.