Chapter 1.99
FEE SCHEDULES

Sections:

1.99.010    Community and economic development department planning division fees.

1.99.020    Public works department fees.

1.99.030    Parks and recreation department fees.

1.99.040    Community and economic development building division fees.

1.99.050    Fire code fees.

1.99.060    Finance and utility billing department fees.

1.99.070    Public record fees.

1.99.010 Community and economic development department planning division fees.

The department of community and economic development shall charge, and there shall be remitted to the department to help defray the expenses incurred in the processing of applications required by various city ordinances, the fees as set forth below. All application fees shall be submitted as part of the required application materials. Said application shall not be considered as complete and eligible for review until said fee has been received. All fees collected are nonrefundable except in instances where an application has been officially withdrawn in writing by the proponent or applicant prior to the act of providing public notice.

Application

Fee

(1)

Application for a variance from WCC Title 10, Zoning:

$800.00

(2)

Application for a conditional use permit from WCC Title 10, Zoning:

$950.00

(3)

Application for a home occupation or temporary parking facility conditional use permit from WCC Title 10, Zoning:

$800.00

(4)

Application for a boundary line adjustment pursuant to WCC Title 11, Subdivisions:

$200.00

(5)

Application for a planned development from WCC Title 10, Zoning; provided, however, that the planned development application fee is waived in the event that the application is concurrent with a subdivision plan application:

$450.00 for nine or less lots, tracts, parcels or residential units.

$1,450.00 for 10 or more lots, tracts, parcels, or residential units.

(6)

Application for an amendment to the official zoning map (rezone) of WCC Title 10, Zoning. (Where a site-specific comprehensive plan map amendment and a rezone are processed concurrently, the rezone fee shall be waived):

$1,000.00

(7)

Application for an amendment to the official zoning text of WCC Title 10, Zoning:

$1,000.00

(8)

Application for an amendment to the official text of the Wenatchee urban area comprehensive plan:*

$1,000.00

(9)

Application for an amendment to the official land use map of the Wenatchee urban area comprehensive plan:*

$1,000.00

(10)

Application for a short subdivision pursuant to WCC Title 11, Subdivisions:

$450.00, plus $45.00 per lot

(11)

Application for a subdivision plat pursuant to WCC Title 11, Subdivisions:

$1,550.00 plus $45.00 per lot

(12)

Appeal of administrative, historic preservation board, or concurrency test decision, or any other appeal pursuant to WCC, to the hearing examiner:

$500.00

(13)

Review of a SEPA environmental checklist required pursuant to Chapter 12.04 WCC; provided, however, that the SEPA environmental checklist fee is waived in the event that the checklist is concurrent with a zoning or subdivision application of any type:

$300.00

(14)

Review and preparation of a SEPA mitigated environmental determination or environmental impact statement required pursuant to Chapter 12.04 WCC:

$150.00 minimum for three hours’ review, plus $40.00 per hour for each subsequent hour of review. Developer must provide payment based on hourly estimate at time of application; balance due at completion, including any refund, if necessary

(15)

Application for a shoreline substantial development permit subject to administrative approval pursuant to the city of Wenatchee shoreline master program:

$500.00

(16)

Application for a binding site plan or unit lot subdivision pursuant to WCC Title 11, Subdivisions:

$450.00 up to nine lots, plus $45.00 per lot;

$1,550.00 for 10 lots or more, plus $45.00 per lot

(17)

Application for a plat, short plat, binding site plan, or unit lot subdivision alteration pursuant to WCC Title 11, Subdivisions:

$950.00

(18)

Application for a planned development amendment pursuant to WCC Title 10, Zoning:

$950.00

(19)

Review of final plat, short plat, binding site plan, unit lot subdivision or alteration pursuant to WCC Title 11, Subdivisions:

$200.00, plus $25.00 per lot

(20)

Building permit – Review of residential applications:

$50.00

(21)

Building permit – Review of commercial or industrial applications:

$150.00

(22)

Annexation – Petition to annex review:

$250.00

(23)

Landscape plan review:

$50.00

(24)

Landscape inspection:

$50.00

(25)

Application for a plat, short plat, unit lot subdivision, or binding site plan vacation:

$500.00

(26)

Application for an amendment to conditions of approval – Short plats or binding site plans issued under administrative review, prior to final approval:

$450.00

(27)

Application for an amendment to conditions of approval – Plats, binding site plans, unit lot subdivision, or plat alterations prior to final approval, subject to hearing examiner review:

$800.00

(28)

Alternative parking analysis, planning commission review:

$500.00

(29)

Shoreline substantial development permit – Hearing examiner review:

$950.00

(30)

Shoreline conditional use permit (shoreline substantial development fees are waived where a shoreline conditional use permit is required):

$950.00

(31)

Shoreline variance:

$800.00

(32)

Shoreline exemption (written):

$300.00

(33)

Shoreline revisions (requiring no public hearing):

$150.00

(34)

Shoreline time extension (requiring no public hearing):

$150.00

*The comprehensive plan shall not be amended more than once in any calendar year except in cases of emergency, and as otherwise established by Chapter 36.70A RCW.

(Ord. 2017-16 § 2 (Exh. B); Ord. 2014-16 § 1; Ord. 2011-12 § 1; Ord. 2011-03 § 1; Ord. 2009-36 § 1; Ord. 2007-31 § 1; Ord. 2004-24 § 1; Ord. 99-1 § 1; Ord. 98-11 § 1)

1.99.020 Public works department fees.

The following fees shall be remitted to the city of Wenatchee to help defray the expenses incurred in the review of applications or inspections required by city ordinance as set forth below. All application or inspection fees shall be submitted as part of the required application materials prior to inspection. Said application or inspection shall not be considered as complete and eligible for public hearing/inspection until said fee has been received. All fees collected are nonrefundable except in instances where an application has been officially withdrawn in writing by the proponent or appellant prior to the act of providing public notice.

Application/Inspection

Fee

(1)

Building permit – Engineer review of residential applications:

$40.00

(2)

Building permit – Engineer review of commercial/industrial applications:

$200.00 fee for projects less than $300,000.00 in value.

30% of building permit plan check fee for projects in excess of $300,000.00 in value

(3)

Subdivisions, planned developments, binding site plans – Preliminary plat, public works review of application:

$450.00

(4)

Subdivisions, planned developments, binding site plans – Final plat, public works review and inspection.

 

(a)

Review of final plat:

$100.00

 

(b)

Utility plan review and city inspections:

$2,000 minimum, plus $1.50 per foot of centerline construction of public or private streets or any city utility easements

 

(c)

Sewer camera inspection:

$300.00 minimum or $145.00 per hour for camera truck or jet truck, whichever is greater

(5)

Short subdivision plat, public works review and inspection.

 

(a)

Review of short subdivision application:

$45.00 per lot

 

(b)

Utility plan review and city inspections:

$1,600 minimum, plus $1.50 per foot of centerline construction of public or private streets or any city utility easements

 

(c)

Sewer camera inspection:

$300.00 minimum or $145.00 per hour for camera truck or jet truck, whichever is greater

 

(d)

Final short subdivision review:

$100.00

(6)

Zoning – Conditional use permit, public works review and inspection; provided, however, that public works fees for home occupation are not required and exempt from the provisions of this chapter.

 

(a)

Review of application:

$200.00

 

(b)

Sewer camera inspection:

$300.00 minimum or $145.00 per hour for camera truck or jet truck, whichever is greater

(7)

Street vacation, public works review:

$300.00

(8)

Excavation permit fees.

 

(a)

Street cut permit fee:

Base fee: $300.00 for the first 50 feet of trench and $1.50 for each additional foot thereafter. Pavement age and arterial street multipliers shall be applied to the base fee as follows:

– Pavement Age Multiplier: If the street has been paved or repaved less than five years from the date of the application, the fee shall be doubled; if less than three years, the fee shall be tripled;

– Arterial Street Multiplier: If the road is classified as principal, minor or collector street as identified by the adopted city of Wenatchee comprehensive plan, then the above fee shall be increased by a multiple of one and one-half times.

Fee = [$300.00 + ((L-50) x $1.50)] x P x A;

Where:

L = length of trench(es) or street cut(s) in the longest direction,

P = Pavement age multiplier,

A = Arterial street multiplier.

 

(b)

Requirements for multiple cross trenches:

See WCC 7.28.090 pertaining to construction standards.

(9)

Miscellaneous Fees.

 

(a)

Right-of-way permit:

i.    Base fee – $50.00

ii.    Traffic control plan – $30.00

iii.    Sidewalk inspection – $50.00

 

(b)

Sewer connection fee:

$40.00

 

(c)

Fire hydrant valve fee:

i.    Deposit (refundable) – $200.00

ii.    Installation fee – $20.00

iii.    Usage – Volume charge per city water rates

iv.    Rental fee – $4.00 per day

 

(d)

Off-site review – Review of utility extension plans, traffic control plans, traffic control lights, etc.:

i.    $50.00 per hour

ii.    Developer must provide payment based on hourly estimate at time of application; balance due at completion, including any refund, if necessary

 

(e)

Revocable right-of-way use permit fee

$50.00

 

(f)

Deferred improvement agreement fee

$50.00

 

(g)

Petition to change on-street parking fee

$150.00

(Ord. 2014-16 § 2; Ord. 2011-48 § 1; Ord. 2011-12 § 2; Ord. 2009-36 § 2; Ord. 2007-31 § 2; Ord. 2004-24 § 2; Ord. 99-1 § 2; Ord. 98-11 § 2)

1.99.030 Parks and recreation department fees.

Parks, recreation and cultural services department fees shall be established by the department director in accordance with the current adopted pricing plan and upon review by the arts, recreation and parks commission. All fees and charges shall be reviewed and established prior to engaging in the event for which the fee is charged. A listing of the fees and charges will at a minimum be made available in the department offices and published annually on the city website. (Ord. 2015-26 § 1; Ord. 2015-22 § 1; Ord. 2015-20 § 1; Ord. 2015-11 § 1; Ord. 2013-24 § 1; Ord. 2012-24 § 1; Ord. 2012-07 § 1; Ord. 2011-39 § 1; Ord. 2010-27 § 1; Ord. 2010-22 § 1; Ord. 2009-35 § 1; Ord. 2009-16 § 1; Ord. 2008-31 § 1; Ord. 2008-20 § 1; Ord. 2007-45 § 1; Ord. 2007-22 § 1; Ord. 2007-10 § 1; Ord. 2006-42 § 1; Ord. 2006-33 § 1; Ord. 2002-18 §§ 1, 2; Ord. 2000-37 § 1; Ord. 2000-36 § 1; Ord. 99-36 § 1; Ord. 98-11 § 3)

1.99.040 Community and economic development building division fees.

The department of community and economic development shall charge, and there shall be remitted to the department to help defray the expenses incurred in the processing of applications required by various city ordinances, the fees as set forth below. All application fees shall be submitted as part of the required application materials unless otherwise specified. Said application shall not be considered as complete and eligible for review until said fee has been received. All fees collected are nonrefundable except in instances where an application has been officially withdrawn in writing by the proponent or applicant prior to the act of providing public notice or processing.

(1) Building Permit Fees.

TOTAL VALUATION

FEE

$1.00 to $500.00

$23.50

$501.00 to $2,000.00

$23.50 for the first $500.00 plus $3.05 for each additional $100.00, or fraction thereof, to and including $2,000.00

$2,001.00 to $25,000.00

$69.25 for the first $2,000.00 plus $14.00 for each additional $1,000.00 or fraction thereof, to and including $25,000.00

$25,001.00 to $50,000.00

$391.25 for the first $25,000.00 plus $10.10 for each additional $1,000.00 or fraction thereof, to and including $50,000.00

$50,001.00 to $100,000.00

$643.75 for the first $50,000.00 plus $7.00 for each additional $1,000.00 or fraction thereof, to and including $100,000.00

$100,001.00 to $500,000.00

$993.75 for the first $100,000.00 plus $5.60 for each additional $1,000.00 or fraction thereof, to and including $500,000.00

$500,001.00 to $1,000,000.00

$3,233.75 for the first $500,000.00 plus $4.75 for each additional $1,000.00 or fraction thereof, to and including $1,000,000.00

$1,000,001.00 and up

$5,608.75 for the first $1,000,000.00 plus $3.15 for each additional $1,000.00 or fraction thereof

(2) Building valuation shall be determined by the most current International Code Council Building Valuation Data, Square Foot Costs, subject to the following modifications:

(a) New R-3 occupancies with less than 3,000 square feet of conditioned space, excluding the garage, shall be based on 85 percent of the most current ICC square foot costs for an R-3.

(b) All other new structures shall be based on 90 percent of the most current ICC square foot costs.

(c) Residential alterations shall be based on 25 percent of the most current ICC square foot costs for an R-3.

(d) Carports, decks, patio and porch covers shall be based on 85 percent of the most current ICC square foot costs for a U.

(e) Footnotes b and c are not adopted.

(3) Plan Review Fees. When submittal documents are required by Section 106, a plan review fee shall be paid at the time of submitting the submittal documents for plan review. Said plan review fee shall be 65 percent of the building permit fee. The plan review fee specified in this section is a separate fee from the building permit fee and is in addition to the building permit fee.

(4) Miscellaneous Fees. The department shall charge, and there shall be remitted to the department to help defray the expenses incurred in processing of applications, the fees as set forth below:

Sign permit (fee per sign)

$50.00

Elevation certificate

$100.00

Demolition permit – All

$100.00

Wood stove, gas stove, gas fireplace permit

$50.00

Pool permit

$150.00

Manufactured housing (single, double and triple wide)

$200.00

Modular home

Same as WCC 1.99.040(1) and (2)

Misc. inspection fee, reinspection fee

$50.00

Inspections outside of normal business hours (per hour, two-hour minimum charge)

$100.00

Residential re-roofing permit

$50.00

Commercial re-roofing permit

$150.00

Commercial plan scanning fee (applies to all commercial building permits in which electronic copies are not submitted at the time of application)

$100.00

Plumbing

For issuing each permit

$20.00

Unit Fee Schedule

a. For each fixture on one trap

$7.00/each

b. For each lawn sprinkler backflow protection device

$7.00/each

c. For each backflow protection device

$7.00/each

d. For each gas piping system and medical gas piping system of one to five inlets, outlets

$50.00

e. For each additional gas piping system outlet and each additional medical gas piping system inlet, outlet

$5.00

f. Rainwater systems – per drain (inside of building)

$7.00

g. For each water heater

$7.00

h. For each industrial waste pretreatment interceptor including its trap and vent

$7.00

i. Min. charge for any plumbing permit, four fixtures or less

$50.00

Mechanical

For issuing each permit

$24.00

Unit Fee Schedule

a. Furnace, burner including ducts and vents

For the installation or relocation of each forced air or gravity-type furnace or burner1

$15.00

For the installation of each floor furnace, suspended heater, recessed wall heater or floor-mounted heater

$15.00

b. Vents

For the installation of each vent fan with one duct or appliance

$7.00

For the installation of each hood with exhaust fan and duct

$11.00

For the installation of each commercial kitchen hood with exhaust fan and duct

$125.00

For the installation of each ventilation system which is not a portion of any heating or air-conditioning system authorized by a permit

$11.00

c. Repairs or additions

For the repair of, alteration of, or addition to each heating appliance, refrigeration unit, cooling unit, absorption unit, or each heating, cooling, absorption or evaporative cooling system, including installation of controls regulated by the Mechanical Code

$14.00

d. Air handling units, including ducts

For the installation of each air handling unit2

$15.00

e. Evaporative coolers

For the installation of each evaporative cooler other than portable type

$11.00

f. Boilers, compressors, and absorption systems

For the installation of each boiler or compressor

$35.00

g. Incinerators

For the installation or relocation of each incinerator

$18.00

h. Fire/smoke dampers

For the installation of each fire or smoke damper

$11.00

i. VAV boxes

For the installation of each VAV box

$11.00

j. Miscellaneous

For each appliance or piece of equipment regulated by the Mechanical Code but not classed in other appliance categories, or for which no other fee is listed

$11.00

k. Minimum charge for any mechanical permit

$50.00


1

Code reviser’s note: Ord. 2014-16 inadvertently deleted the word “burner.” It has been restored here per the city’s intent.


2

Code reviser’s note: Ord. 2014-16 inadvertently retained the language “up to 10,000 CFM.” This language has been removed per the city’s intent.


i. Copies

Paper Size

Black and White

Color

8 1/2" x 11"

$0.15

$0.50

8 1/2" x 14"

$0.15

$0.50

11" x 17"

$0.50

$1.50

18" x 24"

$1.00

$3.00

24" x 36"

$1.50

$7.50

36" x 48"

$2.00

$10.00

 

Zoning Code (unbound)

$10.00

Comprehensive Plan (color, unbound)

$15.00

Maps/Data on CD

$5.00

(5) Exceptions.

(a) Upon application being made by a qualified applicant as defined in subsection (5)(b) of this section, the city of Wenatchee will waive all development fees as provided for in WCC 1.99.010 and 1.99.020, all water service fees as provided for in WCC 9.12.500 and all sewer investment fees as provided for in WCC 4.08.037 as the same exists now or may hereafter be amended.

(b) In order for the fees described in subsection (5)(a) of this section to be waived, the following conditions must be met:

(i) The applicant’s gross family income shall be no more than 80 percent of the Chelan County median income based on family size.

(ii) The applicant must be the current owner/occupant or purchaser/occupant of the property under a valid land sales contract.

(iii) The project must be located within the South Wenatchee revitalization area (see Attachment B to Resolution 2003-18).*

(iv) The project must be for owner-occupied housing only.

(v) The applicant must meet one of the following two criteria:

(A) The applicant must be approved for a housing rehabilitation loan pursuant to the city’s South Wenatchee housing rehabilitation program; or

(B) The applicant must be a “private or public nonprofit organization” constructing a new owner-occupied housing unit within the area designated above. A “private or public nonprofit organization” means nonprofit corporations, municipal corporations, and other organizations formally established for the charitable purpose of providing low-income or affordable housing, recognized under the United States Internal Revenue Code as qualified recipients of tax deductible charitable contributions, including but not limited to organizations having received approval from the Internal Revenue Service of such status upon the filing of all forms as required for recognition as a 501(c)(3) corporation. For an entity to qualify as a private or public nonprofit organization under the provisions of this section, upon making a written request for fee waiver, the entity shall provide sufficient proof of such status, including such documentation as the city council may deem necessary. To qualify for fee waivers, all private or public nonprofit organizations shall assure that the project development includes “sweat equity,” defined as labor contributed by the prospective homeowner and/or volunteer labor contributed through community donation. For purposes of this section, municipal public housing authorities established pursuant to Washington law shall be considered public nonprofit organizations.

(6) The city of Wenatchee shall be exempt from the payment of fees provided for by this section.

(7) Permit fees may be waived for all distressed persons who require building permits to repair damage to homes or other buildings, or replacement thereof, that was caused by fire, flooding, or other acts of God, as determined by the city council. (Ord. 2014-16 § 3; Ord. 2010-21 § 1; Ord. 2009-36 § 3; Ord. 2007-31 § 3; Ord. 2004-24 § 3)

*Code reviser’s note: Resolution 2003-18 may be found on file in the city clerk’s office.

1.99.050 Fire code fees.

The fire department shall charge, and there shall be remitted to the department to help defray the expenses incurred in the processing of applications required by various city ordinances, the fees as set forth below. All application fees shall be submitted as part of the required application materials unless otherwise specified. Said application shall not be considered as complete and eligible for review until said fee has been received. All fees collected are nonrefundable except in instances where an application has been officially withdrawn in writing by the proponent or applicant prior to the act of providing public notice or processing.

(1) Operational Permit Fees. Amend Section 105.8.1, Operational Permit Fees, of the International Fire Code as follows:

Fees for the required operational permits for the operations set forth in Sections 105.6.1 through 105.6.46 shall be the amounts listed in Table 105.8.1, Operational Permit Fees.

Table 105.8.1

OPERATIONAL PERMIT FEES

Fire Code Reference

Operation

Original Permit Fee

Renewal Permit Fee

105.6.1

Aerosol Products

$50.00

$25.00

105.6.2

Amusement Buildings

$50.00

$25.00

105.6.3

Aviation Facilities

$50.00

$25.00

105.6.4

Carnivals and Fairs

$50.00

$25.00

105.6.5

Cellulose Nitrate Film

$50.00

$25.00

105.6.6

Combustible Dust-Producing Operations

$50.00

$25.00

105.6.7

Combustible Fibers

$50.00

$25.00

105.6.8

Compressed Gases

$50.00

$25.00

105.6.9

Covered Mall Buildings

$50.00

$25.00

105.6.10

Cryogenic Fluids

$50.00

$25.00

105.6.11

Cutting and Welding

$50.00

$25.00

105.6.12

Dry Cleaning Plants

$50.00

$25.00

105.6.13

Exhibits and Trade Shows

$50.00

$25.00

105.6.14

Explosives

$50.00

$25.00

105.6.15

Flammable and Combustible Liquids

$50.00

$25.00

105.6.17

Floor Finishing

$50.00

$25.00

105.6.18

Fruit and Crop Ripening

$50.00

$25.00

105.6.19

Fumigation and Thermal Insecticidal Fogging

$50.00

$25.00

105.6.20

Hazardous Materials

$50.00

$25.00

105.6.21

HMP Facilities

$50.00

$25.00

105.6.22

High-Piled Storage

$50.00

$25.00

105.6.23

Hot Work Operations

$50.00

$25.00

105.6.24

Industrial Ovens

$50.00

$25.00

105.6.25

Lumber Yards and Woodworking Plants

$50.00

$25.00

105.6.26

Liquid- or Gas-Fueled Vehicles or Equipment in Assembly Bldgs.

$50.00

$25.00

105.6.27

LP Gas

$50.00

$25.00

105.6.28

Magnesium

$50.00

$25.00

105.6.29

Miscellaneous Combustible Storage

$50.00

$25.00

105.6.30

Open Burning

$50.00

$25.00

105.6.31

Open Flames and Torches

$50.00

$25.00

105.6.32

Open Flames and Candles

$50.00

$25.00

105.6.33

Organic Coatings

$50.00

$25.00

105.6.34

Places of Assembly

$50.00

$25.00

105.6.35

Private Fire Hydrants

$50.00

$25.00

105.6.36

Pyrotechnic Special Effects Material

$50.00

$25.00

105.6.37

Pyroxylin Plastics

$50.00

$25.00

105.6.38

Refrigeration Equipment

$50.00

$25.00

105.6.39

Repair Garages and Motor Fuel-Dispensing Facilities

$50.00

$25.00

105.6.40

Rooftop Heliports

$50.00

$25.00

105.6.41

Spraying or Dipping

$50.00

$25.00

105.6.42

Storage of Scrap Tires and Tire Byproducts

$50.00

$25.00

105.6.43

Temporary Membrane Structures, Tents, and Canopies

$50.00

$25.00

105.6.44

Tire-Rebuilding Plants

$50.00

$25.00

105.6.45

Waste Handling

$50.00

$25.00

105.6.46

Wood Products

$50.00

$25.00

(2) Construction Permit Fees. Amend Section 105.8.2, Construction Permit Fees, of the International Fire Code as follows:

Fees for the required construction permits as set forth in Sections 105.7.1 through 105.7.14 shall be as follows:

Table 105.8.2

CONSTRUCTION PERMIT FEES

Fire Code Reference

Construction Work

Permit Fee

105.7.1

Automatic Fire-Extinguisher Systems (NFPA13) (Plan Review/Inspections/Testing)

$150.00 + $1.50 per sprinkler head

105.7.1

Automatic Fire-Extinguisher Systems (NFPA13D or 13R) (Plan Review/Inspections/ Testing)

$100.00 + $1.50 per sprinkler head

105.7.1

Automatic Fire-Extinguishing System (Commercial Cooking Hood System)

$100.00

105.7.1

Automatic Fire-Extinguisher Systems Underground (Plan Review/Inspections/Testing)

$150.00

105.7.2

Battery Systems (Flammable/Combustible Liquids)

$50.00

105.7.3

Compressed Gases

$50.00

105.7.6

Fire Alarm and Detection System Related Equipment

$100.00 + $2.00 per component

105.7.7

Fire Pumps and Related Equipment

$150.00

105.7.8.1

Flammable and Combustible Liquids (Pipeline)

$120.00

105.7.8.2

Flammable and Combustible Liquids (Tank Installation)

$200.00 + $65.00 each additional tank

105.7.8.3

Flammable and Combustible Liquids (Tank Removal)

$100.00 + $50.00 for additional tanks

105.7.8.3

Residential Oil Tank Abatement

$100.00

105.7.9

Hazardous Materials

$120.00

105.7.10

Industrial Ovens

$120.00

105.7.11

LP Gas

$120.00

105.7.12

Private Fire Hydrants

$50.00

105.7.14

Spraying or Dipping

$50.00

105.7.15

Standpipe Systems

$100.00

105.7.16

Temporary Membrane Structure, Tents, and Canopies

$50.00

 

Additional/Misc. Inspections

$75.00 per hr.

(Ord. 2014-16 § 4; Ord. 2009-36 § 4; Ord. 2007-31 § 4; Ord. 2004-24 § 4)

1.99.060 Finance and utility billing department fees.

The finance department shall charge the following fees to help defray the costs of collection efforts for all city departments and city staff to provide miscellaneous services to utility customers as set forth below:

Service

Fee

Nonsufficient funds

$25.00

New utility account set up

$10.00

Deposit

2 average bills

Late fee

Greater of $5.00 or 1.5% of delinquent balance

Late fee (effective 1/1/2017)

$10.00

Collection fee on accounts 90 days past bill date

$25.00

Lien processing fee

$50.00

Lien filing (place and remove)

2 county recording fees

Lien interest

8%

Nonpayment turn off fee

$30.00

Nonpayment turn on fee

$30.00

Nonpayment water disconnection to the system (work in chamber)

$100.00

Nonpayment water reconnection to the system (work in chamber)

$100.00

Water after hours turn off fee (excluding emergency repairs)

2 hours of overtime cost

Water after hours turn on fee (excluding emergency repairs)

2 hours of overtime cost

Water services (off and on) during working hours

$35.00

Water repair (off and on) – 2 or more per year, during working hours

$35.00

Water tampered meter repair

Supplies and employee costs

(Ord. 2016-16 § 1)

1.99.070 Public record fees.

(1) Fees. The city shall charge the following fees for copies of public records or use of city equipment to make copies:

Type of Record/Delivery

Fee

Standard sized (8 1/2 x 11) black and white paper copies of public records maintained on paper or maintained electronically and printed on paper

$0.15 per page (each side is one page)

Standard sized (8 1/2 x 11) color paper copies of public records maintained on paper or maintained electronically and printed on paper

$0.15 per page (each side is one page)

Scanned paper records

$0.10 per page (each side is one page)

Nonstandard copies (oversized copies, photographs, and similar types of records)

Actual cost

Records copied by an outside vendor. An outside vendor may be used due to volume, current workload of city staff, unique nature of the request, or any other reason

Actual cost

Electronic files or attachments uploaded to email, cloud-based data storage service, or other means of electronic delivery

$0.05 per each four files or attachments

Transmission of records in an electronic format

$0.10 per gigabyte

Container, packaging materials, or envelope used to mail copies

Actual cost

Digital storage media or device (DVD, CD, thumb drive, flash drive, and other similar items)

Actual cost

Postage or delivery charge

Actual cost

Use of information technology expertise to prepare data compilations, or to provide customized electronic access services

Actual cost

(2) Combined Fees. The fees in subsection (1) of this section may be combined to the extent that more than one type of fee applies to copies provided in response to a particular public record request.

(3) Deposit. Prior to making any copies, the city may require a deposit in an amount not to exceed 10 percent of the estimated fee for providing copies of the public records to the requester.

(4) Advance Payment of Fees. The city may require payment of any or all fees prior to providing the copies of the public records to the requester.

(5) Waiver of Fees. The city’s public records officer may waive any or all fees for a requester when the total estimated fees for copies of public records for a particular public record request are $5.00 or less. (Ord. 2017-17 § 3)