Chapter 3.88


3.88.010    Fingerprint charges.

3.88.020    Copies of printed materials.

3.88.030    Wage rate for billing purposes.

3.88.040    Data or audio/video recordings.

3.88.050    Community garden plot annual fee.

3.88.010 Fingerprint charges.

The fee for fingerprinting shall be as set forth on the city’s fee resolution. (Ord. 1939 (Exh. A), 2021; Ord. 1667 § 1 (Exh. A), 2010; Ord. 1115, 1993)

3.88.020 Copies of printed materials.

The city of Washougal will charge the public for the cost of standard copies (eight by 11 black and white copies) at the rate of $0.15 per page. Nonstandard copies which would include all copies other than standard copies will be charged the actual cost to produce the record. (Ord. 1695 § 1 (Exh. A), 2011; Ord. 1159, 1995)

3.88.030 Wage rate for billing purposes.

In all cases where the city billed citizens for special work projects for which the city is entitled to reimbursement, excluding employees covered by civil service, the billing rate shall be based on the following formula:

(1) Wages from Local 307W then current contract: Range 1, step 0 plus range 5, step 10/2/173.3 hours equals the billable hourly rate.

(2) Benefits ratio: Total of maximum benefit premiums for an individual person plus value of vacations/holidays/billable monthly rate equal percentage to be added to cover benefits. (Ord. 1176 § 1, 1995)

3.88.040 Data or audio/video recordings.

The costs for providing a copy of data or audio/video recordings of public records of the city of Washougal shall be the sum of $10.00. (Ord. 1694 § 1 (Exh. A), 2011; Ord. 1416 § 1, 2001)

3.88.050 Community garden plot annual fee.

The annual charge for use of a community garden plot provided by the city of Washougal is $15.00 per at grade or raised garden plot.

For those citizens that are disabled, the annual charge for an ADA garden plot will be $5.00.

For those citizens who are either low income or a senior citizen, the annual rate for use of a city-owned garden plot is $12.00 per at grade or raised garden plot.

For the purposes of this section, “senior citizen” is defined as a person who is 65 years of age or older at the time of the application of use of a community garden plot.

A “low income citizen” is defined as a citizen whose household income in the preceding calendar year is not greater than the sum of $20,000 gross income. (Ord. 1755 § 1 (Exh. A), 2014; Ord. 1745 § 1 (Exh. A), 2013; Ord. 1626 § 2, 2009)