Chapter 3.24
ADMINISTRATIVE FEES AND CHARGES

Sections:

3.24.010    Parking fees.

3.24.020    Ambulance fees.

3.24.030    False alarm charges.

3.24.040    Block party barricades.

3.24.050    Schedule of city clerk permit, license and service fees.

3.24.010 Parking fees.

Vehicles in the custody of the police department as a result of their involvement in unlawful activity shall not be released until the claimants pay a storage fee consistent with the fees per day established in Chapter 10.24 for having been parked in the municipal parking lot. (Ord. 1544 § 1, 1996: prior code § 1.16(1))

3.24.020 Ambulance fees.

The fire department shall charge a fee of nine hundred fifty dollars ($950.00) for the conveyance of residents and one thousand one hundred fifty dollars ($1,150.00) for the conveyance of nonresidents for all basic life support conveyances. The fire department shall charge a fee of one thousand three hundred dollars ($1,300.00) for residents and one thousand five hundred ($1,500.00) for nonresidents for all paramedic conveyances. The fire department shall, in addition to the conveyance fee, charge a fee of twenty-five dollars ($25.00) per loaded mile for all transports. The fire department shall charge a fee of four hundred dollars ($400.00) where aid is rendered and/or medical supplies are used for all non-transport calls. The fire department shall charge a fee, determined by the fire chief, for disposable emergency medical service equipment and supplies used at medical emergency incidents. (Ord. 2535-18 § 1, 2018: Ord. 2470-16 § 1, 2016: Ord. 2398-14 § 1, 2014: Ord. 2317-13 § 1, 2013: Ord. 2242-10 § 1, 2010: Ord. 2161-08 § 1, 2008: Ord. 2087-06 § 1, 2006: Ord. 1990-04 § 1, 2004: Ord. 1890 § 1, 2002: Ord. 1562 § 1, 1996: prior code § 1.16(2))

3.24.030 False alarm charges.

Any false alarm from an alarm system responded to by the city’s police or fire department in excess of one in the twelve (12) month period of November 1st through October 31st will incur a special charge for current services rendered, according to the following schedule:

Second and third false alarms—one hundred fifteen dollars ($115.00).

Fourth false alarm—one hundred fifty dollars ($150.00).

Fifth and subsequent false alarms—two hundred thirty dollars ($230.00).

Such charges that remain unpaid on November 15th of the current year shall become a lien, and shall automatically be extended upon the tax roll as a special charge against the property served pursuant to Section 66.0627, Wisconsin Statutes, regardless of whether the resident individual or business causing the alarm is the property owner.

An administrative charge of fifteen dollars ($15.00) shall be charged for each resident individual or business incurring one or more special charges placed on the tax roll in any given year.

A “false alarm” is any alarm that is not a true alarm. The determination of a true alarm will be made by the chief of police of the city of Brookfield or his designee.

Notice of the potential for a special charge will be sent via mail to the property owner upon the first false alarm warning.

This section shall not be applicable to any alarm system operated by the city of Brookfield or the Elmbrook School District. (Ord. 2433-15 § 1, 2015)

3.24.040 Block party barricades.

The fee for the use of barricades for a block party permit issued under Section 17.108.040(C)(1) shall be as follows:

A.    Block party barricade removal fee: fifty dollars ($50.00).

B.    Block party barricade rental fee (no delivery): twenty-five dollars ($25.00). (Ord. 2249-11 § 1, 2011)

3.24.050 Schedule of city clerk permit, license and service fees.

A.    The fee for a license for an adult-oriented establishment under Section 5.04.030 shall be three hundred dollars ($300.00). The fee for a license renewal under Section 5.04.090 shall be three hundred dollars ($300.00). A late penalty fee under Section 5.04.090 shall be one hundred dollars ($100.00).

B.    The fee for publication of an alcohol license under Section 5.24.020 shall be twenty dollars ($20.00).

C.    The fee for alcohol premises or applicable person-to-person transfers under Section 5.24.010 shall be ten dollars ($10.00).

D.    The fee for initial issuance of a “Class B” PEDD reserve liquor license under Section 5.24.010(A)(2) is thirty thousand dollars ($30,000.00), and the annual fee is five hundred dollars ($500.00).

E.    The fee for a background check for states other than Wisconsin for license/permit applicants shall be twenty-five dollars ($25.00) for each state.

F.    The fee for a background check for license/permit applicants shall be twelve dollars ($12.00).

G.    The fee for change of agent processing under Section 5.24.010 shall be ten dollars ($10.00).

H.    The fee for a Christmas tree sales license under Section 5.12.020 shall be sixty dollars ($60.00).

I.    The fee for a license to sell cigarettes under Section 5.14.010 shall be one hundred dollars ($100.00).

J.    The fee for a Class A beer license under Section 5.24.020 shall be three hundred dollars ($300.00).

K.    The fee for a Class A liquor license under Section 5.24.020 shall be five hundred dollars ($500.00).

L.    The fee for a Class B beer license under Section 5.24.020 shall be one hundred dollars ($100.00).

M.    The fee for a Class B liquor license under Section 5.24.020 shall be five hundred dollars ($500.00).

N. 1.    The fee for initial issuance of a Class B reserve liquor license under Section 5.24.020 shall be ten thousand dollars ($10,000.00), plus the annual fee.

2.    The fee for the initial issuance of a reserve Class B license to a bona fide club or lodge situated and incorporated in the state for at least six years is five hundred dollars ($500.00), plus the annual fee.

3.    The annual fee for renewal of a reserve Class B license is five hundred dollars ($500.00).

O.    The fee for a Class B temporary retail (picnic) license under Section 5.24.020 shall be ten dollars ($10.00).

P.    The fee for a Class C wine license under Section 5.24.020 shall be one hundred dollars ($100.00).

Q.    The fee for a provisional retail license under Section 5.24.020 shall be fifteen dollars ($15.00).

R.    The fee to provide paper copies, printouts, or electronic media shall be calculated annually in accordance with Section 19.35(3)(a), Wisconsin Statutes.

S.    The fee for a dog license (neutered or spayed) under Section 6.08.090 shall be ten dollars ($10.00). The late fee shall be five dollars ($5.00).

T.    The fee for a dog license (unneutered or not spayed) under Section 6.08.090 shall be fifteen dollars ($15.00). The late fee shall be five dollars ($5.00).

U.    The fee for an escort service license under Section 5.16.040 shall be three hundred dollars ($300.00).

V.    The fee for a fireworks permit under Section 8.20.040 shall be one hundred dollars ($100.00).

W.    Reserved for future use.

X.    The fee for a massage business license under Section 5.18.060 shall be one hundred fifty dollars ($150.00). The fee for additional therapists over three who are sublessees of applicant shall be fifty dollars ($50.00).

Y.    The fee for notary public service (per notarial act/document) shall be one dollar ($1.00) for residents and five dollars ($5.00) for nonresidents.

Z.    The fee for an operator, provisional, under Section 5.24.070 shall be fifteen dollars ($15.00).

AA.    The fee for an operator, regular (two-year) and renewal (two-year), under Section 5.24.070 shall be sixty dollars ($60.00).

BB.    The fee for a scrap metal dealer license under Section 5.41.020 shall be two hundred dollars ($200.00).

CC.    The fee for a secondhand article dealer/precious metals dealer license under Section 5.32.030 shall be two hundred dollars ($200.00).

DD.    The fee for a special meeting to consider a late filing applicant under Section 2.12.010 shall be three hundred dollars ($300.00).

EE.    The fee for a temporary operator license under Section 5.24.040 shall be ten dollars ($10.00).

FF.    The fee for a transient merchant/direct seller/solicitor license under Section 5.36.050 shall be two hundred dollars ($200.00). (Ord. 2560-19 § 2, 2019; Ord. 2537-18 § 1, 2018; Ord. 2531-18 § 2, 2018; Ord. 2526-18 § 1, 2018; Ord. 2478-17 § 2, 2017; Res. 9174-16, 2016; Ord. 2434-15 § 1, 2015; Ord. 2419-15 § 1, 2015; Ord. 2415-15 § 1, 2015; Ord. 2331-13 § 1, 2013)