Chapter 13.20
TOWN SERVICE FEES

Sections:

13.20.010    Fee schedule.

13.20.020    Rental rates for equipment.

13.20.040    Garbage rates.

13.20.080    Ambulance fund.

13.20.110    Tax on utility accounts.

13.20.120    Charge for loan repayment.

13.20.130    Sewer improvement reserve.

13.20.010 Fee schedule.

The following fees shall be charged by the town of Wilbur and credited to the appropriate fund:

Dance permit

(single dance)

$ 10.00

 

(cabaret)

100.00

Flood zone development permit

actual costs

 

Late fees (utility)

 

5.00

NSF fee

 

40.00

Shutoff fee (lack of pay)

(1st and 2nd offense)

25.00

 

(3rd offense and thereafter)

75.00

Emergency water shutoff or upon request

25.00

 

(overtime rate)

35.00

Dog license

(upon proof of neutered or spayed)

10.00

 

(nonneutered or nonspayed)

15.00

Dog license purchased after March 1st on previous town of Wilbur licensed dog

(neutered or spayed)

20.00

 

(nonneutered or nonspayed)

30.00

Replacement tag

 

4.00

Impound fee (doubles for each offense)

20.00

Board per day

 

15.00

Cat ID tags

 

5.00

Replacement cat ID tag

 

2.00

Animal trap deposit: (deposit forfeited if animal trap damaged or not returned on time)

10.00

Animal trap damaged or non-returned

100.00

Variance application fee

see Section 18.52.100

 

Conditional use permit application fee

see Section 18.48.090

 

Zone reclassification

see Section 18.56.100

 

Public hearings

actual costs

 

Home business permit

 

15.00

Peddler’s license (background investigation fee)

50.00

Building permits

as per 1997 UBC rate schedule

Maps

(large)

15.00

 

(small)

2.00

Copies

 

0.15

Garbage stickers

 

2.25

Brush pile

per pick-up load

7.50

 

per truck load

15.00

(for use by citizens living within town limits only)

(no commercial use)

Load limit permits

N/C

 

Encroachment permits

 

75.00

Swimming pool fees

as set by resolution

 

Hookup fees (sewer/water) each

inside town limits

700.00

 

outside town limits

1,500.00

Sump pump fees (annual)

 

20.00

Cemetery fees

as set by resolution

 

Copy of budget

 

15.00

Copy of annual report

 

20.00

Lien fee

 

150.00

Lien filing/releasing fees

as set by Lincoln County

Ambulance fees

see Section 13.20.080

 

Sewer fees

see Chapter 13.16

 

Garbage fees

see Section 13.20.040

 

Water fees

see Chapter 13.16

 

Bulk water

 

 

See Section 13.16.060

first load up to 4,000 gal.

25.00

 

per thousand gal. thereafter

5.00

Septage disposal processing fee (per pound)

0.02

(to be used only by citizens who receive water service)

(Ord. 559 §1(part), 2017:  Ord. 554 §1(part), 2013:  Ord. 543 §1(part), 2012:  Ord. 532 §1(part), 2011:  Ord. 514 §1(part), 2010:  Ord. 497 §1(part), 2009:  Ord. 486 §1(part), 2009:  Ord. 481 §1(part), 2008:  Ord. 474 §1(part), 2008:  Ord. 472 §2, 2008:  Ord. 463 §1(part), 2007:  Ord. 456 §1(part), 2006:  Ord. 447 §1(part), 2006:  Ord. 444 §1(part), 2005:  Ord. 440 §1(part), 2005:  Ord. 437 §1(part), 2005:  Ord. 427 §1(part), 2004:  Ord. 418 §1(part), 2003:  Ord. 399 §1(part), 2002:  Ord. 385 §1(part), 2002;  Ord. 386 §1, 2002;  Ord. 372 §1, 2001;  Ord. 363 §1, 2000;  Ord. 334 §1(part), 1998:  Ord. 291, 1995;  Ord. 287 (part), 1994;  Ord. 220, 1990;  Ord. 189-B (part), 1987;  Ord. 173-B (part), 1985;  Ord. 146-B §§1(A), 1(B), 1(D), 3, 4, 6(A), 7, 1984)

13.20.020 Rental rates for equipment.

The following rates will be charged to other municipalities or for reimbursement for work done by the town crew:

 

Day

Week

Month

Air compressor

$ 50.00

$  190.00

$  540.00

Backhoe

225.00

700.00

2,200.00

Chain saw--14-inch

30.00

100.00

300.00

Chain saw--16-inch

40.00

120.00

230.00

Concrete mixer elec. 3 cf

18.00

70.00

195.00

Dump truck--5 yd

200.00

700.00

3,000.00

Gas-powered packer

50.00

300.00

900.00

Generator

30.00

100.00

295.00

Grader

625.00

2,200.00

5,500.00

Leak detector

75.00

400.00

1,200.00

Miscellaneous hand tools

10.00

30.00

100.00

Miscellaneous power hand tools

25.00

100.00

300.00

Pipe cutter 2--4-inch

7.00

20.00

40.00

Pipe locator

50.00

300.00

1,000.00

Pipe ratchet W/2

10.00

30.00

100.00

Porte Power pump

15.00

45.00

150.00

Pressure washer/steam cleaner

175.00

252.00

1,450.00

Reciprocating saw

9.00

24.00

60.00

Sewer camera and operator--use per hour only

225.00

 

 

Trash pump--3-inch

50.00

200.00

500.00

Water pump--3-inch

75.00

400.00

700.00

Weed eater--gas-powered

50.00

100.00

 

Wheel loader 1.5

300.00

1,100.00

3,250.00

Wheel roller

160.00

525.00

1,525.00

Wheelbarrow cont.

7.00

20.00

40.00

Weed burner

20.00

70.00

200.00

Pickup--1/2 ton

60.00

250.00

900.00

(Ord. 559 §1(part), 2017:  Ord. 554 §1(part), 2013:  Ord. 543 §1(part), 2012:  Ord. 532 §1(part), 2011:  Ord. 514 §1(part), 2010:  Ord. 497 §1(part), 2009:  Ord. 486 §1(part), 2009:  Ord. 481 §1(part), 2008:  Ord. 474 §1(part), 2008:  Ord. 463 §1(part), 2007:  Ord. 456 §1(part), 2006:  Ord. 447 §1(part), 2006:  Ord. 444 §1(part), 2005:  Ord. 440 §1(part), 2005:  Ord. 437 §1(part), 2005:  Ord. 427 §1(part), 2004:  Ord. 418 §1(part), 2003:  Ord. 399 §1(part), 2002:  Ord. 335 §1, 1998)

13.20.040 Garbage rates.

Garbage rates shall be as follows:

Residential Rates

 

 

 

 

 

Collection

Disposal

Tax

(1 can)

$7.23

$4.13

$0.58

(2 cans)

8.29

6.95

0.78

(3 cans)

9.35

9.77

0.98

(4 cans)

10.48

13.19

1.21

(5 cans)

12.53

15.48

1.43

Current expense reserve

 

 

$1.00

Office expense

 

 

1.50

Total residential charge

(1 can)

 

$14.94

 

(2 cans)

 

19.02

 

(3 cans)

 

20.10

 

(4 cans)

 

27.38

 

(5 cans)

 

29.44

Extra can (each time)

 

 

2.25

 

 

 

 

Temporary Dumpster Rates

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Temp delivery fee

 

 

6.00

Temp removal fee

 

 

6.00

1 yard temp dumpster

4.22

 

 

2 yard temp dumpster

7.91

 

 

4 yard temp dumpster

16.38

 

 

 

 

 

 

Commercial Garbage Rates

 

 

 

 

 

Collection

Disposal

Tax

1.  (2 cans 1x week)

$  9.35

$  6.95

$ 0.83

2.  (5 cans 1x week)

12.53

15.48

1.43

3.  (10 cans 1x week)

23.13

29.64

2.69

4.  (2 yard dumpster)

31.65

52.37

4.29

5.  (4 cans)

16.77

13.88

1.57

6.  (1.5 yard dumpster)

25.29

39.29

3.30

7.  (4 yard dumpster)

65.43

104.74

8.68

8.  (6 yard dumpster)

94.49

157.11

12.84

9.  (1 yard dumpster)

16.86

26.19

2.20

Current expense reserve

 

$1.00

 

Office expense

 

1.50

 

 

 

 

 

Total commercial charge

# 1

$ 20.13

 

 

# 2

31.94

 

 

# 3

57.96

 

 

# 4

92.99

 

 

# 5

34.72

 

 

# 6

70.38

 

 

# 7

181.35

 

 

# 8

266.94

 

 

# 9

47.75

 

 

 

 

 

*Additional dumpster

 

$23.50 per week

(Ord. 559 §1(part), 2017:  Ord. 554 §1(part), 2013:  Ord. 543 §1(part), 2012:  Ord. 532 §1(part), 2011:  Ord. 514 §1(part), 2010:  Ord. 497 §1(part), 2009:  Ord. 486 §1(part), 2009:  Ord. 481 §1(part), 2008:  Ord. 474 §1(part), 2008:  Ord. 463 §1(part), 2007:  Ord. 456 §1(part), 2006:  Ord. 447 §1(part), 2006:  Ord. 444 §1(part), 2005:  Ord. 440 §1(part), 2005:  Ord. 437 §1(part), 2005:  Ord. 427 §1(part), 2004:  Ord. 418 §1(part), 2003:  Ord. 399 §1(part), 2002:  Ord. 397 §1, 2002;  Ord. 392 §1, 2002:  Ord. 367 §3, 2001:  Ord. 298, 1995:  Ord. 281, 1994:  Ord. 236, 1990:  Ord. 222, 1990:  Ord. 155-B (part), 1985:  Ord. 146-B §1(C), 1984)

13.20.080 Ambulance fund.

Fees for the ambulance fund shall be set by resolution.  (Ord. 559 §1(part), 2017:  Ord. 554 §1(part), 2013:  Ord. 543 §1(part), 2012:  Ord. 532 §1(part), 2011:  Ord. 514 §1(part), 2010:  Ord. 497 §1(part), 2009:  Ord. 486 §1(part), 2009:  Ord. 481 §1(part), 2008:  Ord. 474 §1(part), 2008:  Ord. 463 §1(part), 2007:  Ord. 456 §1(part), 2006:  Ord. 447 §1(part), 2006:  Ord. 444 §1(part), 2005:  Ord. 440 §1(part), 2005:  Ord. 437 §1(part), 2005:  Ord. 427 §1(part), 2004:  Ord. 418 §1(part), 2003:  Ord. 399 §1(part), 2002:  Ord. 385 §1(part), 2002;  Ord. 367 §4, 2001:  Ord. 287 (part), 1994:  Ord. 189-B (part), 1987;  Ord. 185-B §1, 1987;  Ord. 173-B (part), 1985:  Ord. 150-B §1, 1984:  Ord. 146-B §5, 1984)

13.20.110 Tax on utility accounts.

A.  The utility accounts in the town (both residential and commercial) will be charged a flat monthly rate of ten dollars per account.

B.  The funds collected from this account shall be placed as follows: four dollars and fifty cents will be placed into the current expense fund and the additional five dollars and fifty cents shall be used to finance the street fund.  Any remaining funds will be utilized in current expense.

C.  From and after January 1, 2019, there is levied upon and there shall be collected from every water utility customer, both residential and commercial, a utility tax equal to 22.4 percent of the base rate.  Said utility tax revenue shall be deposited into reserve funds allocated by council in the form of resolution.

D.  From and after January 1, 2019, there is levied upon and there shall be collected from every sewer utility customer, both residential and commercial, a utility tax equal to 22.4 percent of the base rate.  Said utility tax revenue shall be deposited into reserve funds allocated by council in the form of resolution.  (Ord. 580 §2, 2018:  Ord. 579 §2, 2018:  Ord. 559 §1(part), 2017:  Ord. 554 §1(part), 2013:  Ord. 543 §1(part), 2012:  Ord. 532 §1(part), 2011:  Ord. 514 §1(part), 2010:  Ord. 497 §1(part), 2009:  Ord. 486 §1(part), 2009:  Ord. 481 §1(part), 2008:  Ord. 474 §1(part), 2008:  Ord. 463 §1(part), 2007:  Ord. 456 §1(part), 2006:  Ord. 447 §1(part), 2006:  Ord. 444 §1(part), 2005:  Ord. 440 §1(part), 2005:  Ord. 437 §1(part), 2005:  Ord. 427 §1(part), 2004:  Ord. 418 §1(part), 2003:  Ord. 399 §1(part), 2002:  Ord. 381, 2002:  Ord. 367 §5, 2001:  Ord. 151-B §§l, 2, 1984)

13.20.120 Charge for loan repayment.

From and after January 1, 2013, until the public works trust fund (PWTF) loan #PR08-951-087 is paid in full and a subsequent ordinance is passed by the council changing the sewer rates, all customers shall pay an additional five dollars per account per month and is assessed to every property that is physically connected to the town’s main sewer lines regardless of usage.  This additional loan charge is caused by the Department of Ecology to upgrade the sewer lagoons to a wastewater treatment plant.  (Ord. 578 §1, 2018:  Ord. 559 §1(part), 2017:  Ord. 554 §1(part), 2013:  Ord. 543 §1(part), 2012:  Ord. 532 §1(part), 2011:  Ord. 514 §1(part), 2010:  Ord. 497 §1(part), 2009:  Ord. 486 §1(part), 2009:  Ord. 481 §1(part), 2008:  Ord. 474 §1(part), 2008:  Ord. 463 §1(part), 2007:  Ord. 456 §1(part), 2006:  Ord. 447 §1(part), 2006:  Ord. 444 §1(part), 2005:  Ord. 440 §1(part), 2005:  Ord. 437 §1(part), 2005:  Ord. 427 §1(part), 2004:  Ord. 418 §1(part), 2003:  Ord. 399 §1(part), 2002:  Ord. 367 §2(part), 2001;  Ord. 336 §1, 1998;  Ord. 310 §1, 1996;  Ord. 229, 1990)

13.20.130 Sewer improvement reserve.

Funds remaining in the sewer improvement reserve money market will be transferred to the sewer reserve fund to be used for future needs of the wastewater treatment facility as directed by the council of the town of Wilbur.  (Ord. 559 §1(part), 2017:  Ord. 554 §1(part), 2013:  Ord. 543 §1(part), 2012:  Ord. 532 §1(part), 2011:  Ord. 514 §1(part), 2010:  Ord. 497 §1(part), 2009:  Ord. 486 §1(part), 2009:  Ord. 481 §1(part), 2008:  Ord. 474 §1(part), 2008:  Ord. 463 §1(part), 2007:  Ord. 456 §1(part), 2006:  Ord. 447 §1(part), 2006)