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Wed., Sept. 22, 2004 - ORDINANCE 3619 (09/22/2004)
Publicattion Date

Wednesday, September 22, 2004

ORDINANCE 3619

AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND

THE CODE OF THE CITY OF

WINONA, MINNESOTA

1979

The City of Winona does ordain:

Section 1. That Chapter 51 of the City Code of Winona, Minnesota, be amended as follows:

LICENSES AND PERMITS

AND SERVICE CHARGES OF CITY

51.01 FEES AND CHARGES ESTABLISHED. Unless otherwise stated in an ordinance of the city, the charges and fees hereinafter established shall be charged and collected by the city for licenses, permits and other charges imposed by the city. A fee shall be collected by the city prior to the issuance of a permit or license.

(1) Ambulance license. Repealed. Ord. No. 2616 02/16/82.

(2) Auctioneer license. Repealed. Ord. No. 3196 12/20/93.

(3) Bingo license. Repealed. Ord. No. 2773 09/16/85.

(4) Boathouse license, $5.85 ($5.70) per running foot of real property assigned per year. If license fee is paid after July 1, and prior to August 1, an administrative fee of $8.00 shall be paid in addition to the license fee. If license fee is paid on August 1, or thereafter, an administrative fee of $25.00 shall be paid in addition to the license fee.

(5) Carnival license, $204.00 ($200.00) per day.

(6) Cigarette sale license. Repealed. Ord. No. 3391 11/02/98.

(7) Circus license, $204.00 ($200.00) per day.

(8) Collector (solid waste) license. Repealed. Ord. No. 2773 09/16/85.

(9) Connections with water, sewers and drains, license fee, $25.00, permit fee, $20.00;

(10) Councilperson filing fee, $25.00.

(11) Dogs and cats license, $8.00 per animal per year. If a renewal license is purchased after April 1, an administrative fee of $5.00 shall be paid in addition to the license fee. Duplicate licenses, $3.00 each. Impound fees, dogs: $20.00 plus boarding fees; cats: $10.00 plus boarding fees. Adoption fees, dogs: $20.00; cats: no charge.

(12) Sign license. Repealed. Ord. No. 2539 06/16/80.

(13) Fire extinguisher license and/or fire extinguishing system license for person engaged in the business of servicing, testing, filling, refilling, charging or recharging for the public, $140.00 per year. For a person servicing extinguishers or fire extinguishing systems owned by his employer and for use on employer's premises, $29.00.

Certificate of Competency - Fire Extinguishers: master, journeyman and special $16.00, first year, renewals, $9.00.

Certificate of Competency - Fire Extinguishing Systems: $16.00 first year, renewals, $9.00.

(14) Fire Department permits as in Section 46.02, $16.00 per year or if two or more $16.00 permits are issued in one year to one person, total fee $21.00; tank installation permit for flammable liquid $27.00 for each location and regardless of the number of tanks installed. Fire Department permits as in Section 46.07, $23.00 per each authorized burn site.

Fire investigation reports that are available by written request to authorized property owner representatives, $14.00 per report. There will be no fee charged to property owners or tenants for written requested fire investigation reports concerning their own property.

(15) Food licenses. Repealed. Ord. No. 2639 08/16/82.

(16) Food and Drink Licenses. Repealed. Ord. No. 2639 08/16/82.

(17) Fortunetelling, palmistry and phrenology license, $153.00 ($150.00) per year, or $21.00 ($20.50) per day for less than one week.

(18) Fumigation license. Repealed. Ord. No. 2616 02/16/82.

(19) A. Gas burning equipment, conversion burner or gas designed heating appliance, alteration to existing gas burner equipment or remodeling permit, 0 to 400,000 BTU, $32.00 ($31.15); over 400,000 BTU, $64.00 ($63.50).*

B. Gas dryer, gas range, gas fireplace or any other gas appliance permits, other than those used in connection with a heating system, primary or secondary; all permits this section $21.20 ($20.60).*

C. Gas piping - all piping, $21.20 ($20.60).*

*An additional $.50 state surcharge will also be collected on each permit. Whenever any work for which a gas burner or gas burning equipment permit is required has been commenced without first obtaining said permit, an investigation fee, in addition to the permit fee, shall be collected whether or not a permit is then or subsequently issued. The investigation fee shall be equal to the amount of the permit fee as shown above.

(20) Gas installer license: Class A, $53.00 per year, Class B, $45.50 ($44.50) per year, Class C, $16.50 per year, Class D, $22.50, Class E, $12.00. For reinstatement fees, see Section 47.13.

(21) Going-out-of-business sale license, $16.50 ($16.00) per 30 day period or fraction thereof.

(22) Moving permit, $65.00 ($60.00).

(23) Scrap dealer or scrap peddler license, $40.75 ($40.00) per year for first vehicle and $19.50 ($19.00) per year for each additional vehicle.

(24) Kennel license, $135.00 per year.

(25) Liquor license classes and fees, per year:

Off-sale intoxicating liquor, $200.00;

Brewpub off-sale malt liquor: $200.00;

Off-sale 3.2 percent malt liquor, $54.00;

On-sale intoxicating liquor, club, $300.00 for up to 200 members;

$370.00 for between 201 and 500 members; $618.00 for over 500

members;

On-sale intoxicating liquor, Sunday only, $167.00;

On-sale intoxicating liquor, other (restaurant or hotel), $2,295.00;

On-sale wine license, $487.00;

On-sale 3.2 percent malt liquor, $326.00; temporary $20.50 per day;

Processing fee (new applications only), $167.00;

Processing fee, temporary on-sale 3.2 percent malt liquor, $45.00

original; for subsequent licenses in period September 1 to August 31, $9.00.

(26) Mechanical amusement device license, $15.00 per location plus $15.00 per machine.

(27) Motor vehicle dealer license as in Section 54.02, $19.50 ($19.00); $9.50 ($9.25) for each additional lot.

(28) Paddlewheel, tip board or raffle license. Repealed. Ord. No. 2773 09/16/85.

(29) Pawnbroker license, $42.75 ($42.00) per year.

(30) Planned unit project, application for authorization: project. Repealed.

Ord. No. 3103 11/18/91.

(31) Plumbing permits.

SCHEDULE OF FEES

For issuing each permit $10.00

State surcharge on each permit $ .50

In addition-

For each plumbing fixture or trap set of fixtures

on one trap including water, drainage piping and

backflow protection thereof $5.30 ($ 5.15)

Rainwater system-per drain-inside building $5.30 ($ 5.15)

For each private sewage disposal system $220.00

For each private sewage disposal mound system $375.00

For each water heater and/or vent $5.30 ($ 5.15)

For each industrial waste pre-treatment

interceptor, including its trap and vent,

excepting kitchen type grease interceptors

functioning as fixture traps $5.30 ($ 5.15)

For installation, alteration or repair of

water piping and/or water treating

equipment $16.95 ($ 16.45)

For repair or alteration of drainage or

vent piping $16.95 ($ 16.45)

For vacuum breakers or backflow protective

devices on tanks, vats, etc. or for

installation on unprotected plumbing fixtures,

including necessary water piping - $5.30 ($ 5.15)

Whenever any work for which a plumbing permit is required has been commenced without first obtaining said permit, an investigation fee, in addition to the permit fee, shall be collected whether or not a permit is then or subsequently issued. The investigation fee shall be equal to the amount of the permit fee as shown above.

(32) Preliminary plat in Chapter 42, $64.00 ($62.00), plus $13.80 ($13.40) for each lot; final plat, $64.00 ($62.00), plus $9.80 ($9.50) for each lot.

(33) Privy vault and scavenger license, $15.00 per year.

(34) Privy vault, removal of contents permit: less than 750 gallons, $20.00, 751 to 1,000 gallon tank, $27.00; 1,000 gallon tank or more $27.00 per each 1,000 gallons or fraction thereof. Sewage containing extra strength or hazardous waste will be charged appropriate rates as determined by Director of Public Works.

(35) Sewage charge, 80 (91) percent of the gross amount charged for water used by commercial and industrial establishments and 65 (75) percent of the gross amount charged for water used by residences connected to the city water system.

Quarterly service charge for commercial and industrial establishments not connected to the city water service, in addition to sewage charge, based on metered usage:

Meter Size Quarterly Service Charge

1" $10.29 ($9.35)

1-1/2" $12.73 ($11.57)

2" $17.34 ($15.76)

3" $23.97 ($21.79)

4" $34.64 ($31.49)

6" $81.98 ($74.53)

8" $110.78 ($100.71)

Quarterly fee for sewage service to residences not connected to the city water service: $48.00 ($40.00).

(36) Sidewalk, curb and gutter work license, $24.00.

(37) Wall signs, roof signs, projecting signs, church signs, 10 cents for each square foot or fraction of area therein contained with a minimum fee of $31.00 ($30.00); ground signs, $60.00 ($58.00).

(38) Site plan application, $72.00 ($70.00).

(39) Street excavation. Repealed. Ord. No. 3503 09/17/01

(40) Transfer station license, $135.00 per year.

(41) Transient dwelling permit, $9.50.

(42) Water charges, rentals, fees:

Generally: The minimum rate where a meter is installed and whether or not any water is supplied shall be an amount equal to the quarterly service charge. Where water is supplied through a meter, the rates to be charged and collected each quarter shall be the quarterly service charge plus an amount for water used. Where more than one meter is located in a single building, under one ownership, and billing is rendered to same owner, the consumption may be combined. An administrative fee of 5% shall be added to the unpaid balance of any delinquent water, sewer or storm sewer bill and shall be added for each additional billing period in which the bill remains delinquent. The administrative fee shall be added on the fifth working day after the due date of the bill.

$23.00 ($20.00) per 1,000 cubic feet

Quarterly service charge: In addition to the rate for water to be charged and collected for residential properties where a meter is installed and water is supplied, a quarterly service charge shall be charged and collected as follows:

Meter Size Quarterly Service Charge

5/8" and 3/4" $12.85 ($11.68)

1" $21.34 ($19.40)

1-1/2" $26.44 ($24.04)

2" $36.34 ($33.04)

3" $50.45 ($45.86)

4" $69.47 ($63.15)

6" $170.53 ($155.03)

8" $230.47($209.52)

Water rates and quarterly service charge for persons outside city limits: In addition to the minimum quarterly rate for water established above and the quarterly service charge established above, the charges for water supplied to persons at a point or points beyond the corporate limits shall be one and one-half times the rate established in the above two paragraphs.

Average quarterly service charge for residential meter change out rates: $46.00 per quarter for water and $40.00 per quarter for sewer.

Service call fee made to turn water off, $30.00 whether turned off or not; second shut off service call during same billing quarter, $60.00; third shut off service call during same billing quarter, $90.00.

Service call fee made to turn water on: no charge if made during normal business hours; $46.00 if made outside of normal business hours.

Service call fee made to remove water meter, $25.00.

Testing meter fee, one-half inch to two-inch meter, $25.00.

Repair/replacement of meter: Cost of meter plus $50.00 for City's labor and equipment.

Fee for setting a meter and valve on a hydrant, $25.00. Water used through a hydrant meter shall be billed at the rate indicated above.

Water supplied in bulk: 0 to 2,000 gallons, $25.00; 2,000 to 8,000 gallons, $66.00. A person wanting water after hours shall pay the salary or salaries of water department personnel according to current union contract.

Water tap fees:

3/4" and 1" taps $100.00/tap

1 1/4", 1 1/2" and 2" taps $150.00/tap

Multi-taps for larger service $150.00/tap

plus actual and all labor costs incurred by city.

Fees for water drawn through fire hydrants with backflow protection devices:

(a) Garden hose hydrant connection with backflow device:

Refundable deposit $50.00

Service call and connection $ 25.00

Flat rate for water used 1 day = $ 6.00 $10 minimum

1 month = $120.00

(b) Portable reduced pressure zone valve on trailer, two short sections of fire hose and one hydrant meter included:

Refundable deposit $500.00

Service call and connection $ 25.00

Flat rate for water used 1 day = $ 20.00/$50 minimum 1 month = $240.00

(c) Service call and connection fee shall be $50.00 outside normal working hours.

(d) Barricades without flashers: 1 day $10.00; 1 week $20.00; fire hose $10.00 per day per section.

(43) Zoning amendment application: code amendment, $340.00 ($330.00); amendment to zoning map, $340.00 ($330.00).

(44) Building permit fees:

TOTAL VALUATION FEE

$1.00 TO $500 $37.00 ($36.00)

$501 TO $2,000 $37.00 ($36.00) for the first $500 plus $3.70 ($3.60) for each additional $100 or fraction thereof, to and including $2,000.00

$2,001 to $25,000 $92.50 ($90.00) for the first $2,000 plus $10.80 ($10.50) for each additional thousand or fraction thereof, to and including $25,000

$25,001 to $50,000 $340.90 ($331.50) for the first $25,000 plus $7.70 ($7.50) for each additional thousand or fraction thereof, to and including $50,000

$50,001 to $100,000 $533.40 ($519.00) for the first $50,000 plus $4.75 ($4.65) for each additional thousand or fraction thereof, to and including $100,000

$100,001 to $500,000 $770.90 ($751.50) for the first $100,000 plus $3.80 ($3.70) for each additional thousand or fraction thereof.

$500,000 and up $2,290.90 ($2,231.50) for the first $500,000 plus $3.15 ($3.10) for each additional thousand or fraction thereof.

State Surcharge Fee is .0005 of Project Cost.

Other Inspections and Fees:

1. Inspections outside of normal business hours - minimum charge - two hours: $45.00 per hour.

2. Reinspection fee (assessed under provisions of Section 108.8 of the Uniform Building Code, current edition): $36.00 each.

3. Inspections for which no fee is specifically indicated - minimum charge - one-half hour: $36.00 per hour.

4. Plan review fee due at the time of submitting plans and specifications for review: 65 percent of the building permit fee.

5. Additional plan review required by changes, additions or revisions to approved plans - minimum charge - one-half hour: $36.00 per hour.

6. Fire Sprinkler Permit: $37.00 ($36.00) minimum or 2% of Job Cost plus state surcharge.

7. Roofing permit: $50.00 plus state surcharge.

8. Siding Permit: $50.00 plus state surcharge.

9. Window Permit: $50.00 plus state surcharge.

(45) Bus fares (paid in advance)

ADULT single ride cash $ .50

monthly pass $17.00

SENIOR CITIZEN single ride cash $ .50

(65 years of age or older)

tokens 10 for $ 4.00

monthly pass $13.00

COLLEGE STUDENT single ride cash $ .50

(With current college I.D.) tokens 10 for $ 4.00

monthly pass $13.00

STUDENT/CHILD single ride cash $ .50

(Ages 4-17) tokens 10 for $ 4.00

monthly pass $13.00

DOORSTEP DEVIATION - per each passenger - during Midday $ .15

NUTRITION PROGRAMS - 1 ticket $ .30

SUBSCRIPTION RATES - When provided, the charge shall be based on the actual operating cost per hour as determined from figures available as of December 31st of previous year.

(46) Machine prints made in the City Engineer's Office: $.50 per square foot; Photocopies $.20 each; Police reports, $1.00 per page; vehicle accident reports, $2.00 each.

GIS Standard data fees: Standard CD types are base vector and aerial raster. Includes roads, railroads, water, historical sites, city corporate limit boundary, parcel land ownership, land use, land cover, zoning district boundary, utilities, DEM (digital elevation model), terrain and aerial image (from 1992).

$150/first mega byte

$100/mega byte, between 2-10

$50/mega byte, after the first 10

$100/year to update

GIS Standard map fees: Size

8-1/2 x 11 $ 1.00

11 x 17 $ 2.00

18 x 24 $ 5.00

24 x 36 $10.00

Anything larger $5.00/foot of map

(47) Library charges:

Non-resident family borrower's card fee (resides outside the State of Minnesota): $40.00 per annum;

Photocopying: $.10 per copy; microfilm $.15 per copy; computer printing copies: $.10 per copy;

Non-resident research requests: first half hour free, $7.00 per each half hour thereafter plus incidental costs;

Interlibrary loan requests: direct charges incurred by library will be charged back to patron;

Overdue charges: After the four week loan period, $.10 per day for regular materials and after the two week loan period $.25 per day for best sellers; $.10 per day for compact discs, magazines and pamphlets; $1.00 per day for videocassettes, DVDs, storysacks and software;

Rebinding charge: $7.00;

Lost or damaged materials needing replacement: current replacement cost will be charged, and if that cannot be determined, the original list price. If the original list price cannot be determined the standard charges shall be: adult hardbound fiction $25.00), adult hardbound non-fiction $30.00, juvenile hardbound books $15.00, adult magazines $3.00, juvenile magazines $3.00, adult paperbacks $7.00, juvenile paperbacks $5.00, pamphlets $2.50, video $30.00, cassette $12.00, juvenile multimedia $16.00, microform $33.00, computer software $25.00, compact discs $12.00; DVDs $25.00, storysacks $130.00;

Damage charges: $.50 per page, and other damage charges will be assessed up to the replacement costs of the item, depending on extent of the damage;

Borrower's card replacement: $3.00;

Refunds for material paid for by borrower and returned in good condition: full price refunded if item returned within one year of date due - more than one year, no refund.

(48) For Testing Water and Sewer Supplies. Repealed. Ord.No. 2639 08/16/82.

(49) Recreational Services, etc.

In all areas of this fee schedule where both a Resident Fee and a Non-Resident Fee has been indicated, e.g. aquatic memberships, aquatic daily fees, facility rentals and recreation programs, proof of residency is required in order to be eligible for the Resident rate.

Aquatic Center:

Resident: Early Bird Regular

Prior to May 1st After May 1st

Family - Season $ 75.00 $100.00

- includes youth through 18 years

Adult - Single $ 60.00 $ 85.00

Youth - 18 and under $ 49.00 $ 74.00

Senior Citizen - 62 and over $ 49.00 $ 74.00

Daily Rate: Adult $ 4.00 $ 4.00

Youth $ 3.00 $ 3.00

Senior Citizen $ 3.00 $ 3.00

Non-Resident: Early Bird Regular

Prior to May 1st After May 1st

Family - Season $105.00 $130.00

- includes youth through 18 years

Adult - Single $ 95.00 $120.00

Youth - 18 and under $ 70.00 $ 95.00

Senior Citizen - 62 and over $ 55.00 $ 80.00

Daily Rate: Adult $ 4.00 $ 4.00

Youth $ 3.00 $ 3.00

Senior Citizen $ 3.00 $ 3.00

Group Rate $2.50 $3.50

Business Rate $100.00 membership up to 8 people

Resident Fee Assistance Memberships of $40.00 for youth under the age of 19, $45.00 for adult (19 and over), and $50.00 for family (includes youth through 18 years) are available upon qualification. Contact the Park and Recreation Department for qualification guidelines.

Non-Resident Fee Assistance Memberships of $55.00 for youth under the age of 19, $60.00 for adult (19 and over), and $65.00 for family (includes youth through 18 years) are available upon qualification. Contact the Park and Recreation Department for qualification guidelines.

Aquatic lockers: $.25 per use.

Rental Rates (to cover the cost of staff, guards, locker room attendants and the cost of operating the pool during the time rented):

Group of 50 people or less $95.00/hour

Group of 51- 75 people $110.00/hour

Group of 76 or over $125.00/hour

Groups using the pool on a daily basis for practice, i.e. USS Swim Club, Masters Swimmers, would be required to have a membership to the Aquatic Center or pay the daily admission rate.

Buildings (Full payment is due at time of booking): Facility Fees valid for 2005 and 2006

1. Holzinger Lodge, Lake Lodge, and Valley Oaks Lodge.

Valley Oaks Lodge must be vacated by 10:00 p.m.; other lodges by midnight

2005 2006

GROUP FEE DEPOSIT

Scouts, Club Meetings, Fundraisers $ 25.00 $30.00 $50.00

Non-profit organizations - 4 hr limit $ 25.00 $30.00 $50.00

Adult Group $110.00 $115.00 $50.00

Non-Resident $140.00 $145.00 $50.00

2. Bandshell, Lions Shelter, Latsch Shelter, Jaycee Shelter, Kiwanis Shelter and Gilmore Valley Shelter

2005 2006

GROUP FEE DEPOSIT

Scouts, Club Meetings, Fundraisers $25.00 $30.00 $50.00

Non-profit organizations - 4 hr. limit $25.00 $30.00 $50.00

Adult Group $65.00 $70.00 $50.00

Non-Resident $80.00 $85.00 $50.00

3. East and West Recreation Centers

2005 2006

GROUP FEE DEPOSIT

Non-operating hours (athletic events,

special events) $45.00/hr* $50.00/hr* $50.00

Non-profit groups, meetings, and

fundraisers, etc. $25.00/hr $30.00/hr $50.00

*This covers one staff person's hourly rate; if additional staff is needed, additional hourly rates will be charged.

4. Windom Park Gazebo and Rose Garden Gazebo

2005 2006

GROUP FEE DEPOSIT

Adult Group $40.00 $45.00 $50.00

Per 2 hours Per 2 hours

5. Veterans Park Gazebo

May be reserved at no charge for veterans' related functions and/or activities only.

6. Senior Friendship Center 2005 2006

FEE DEPOSIT

Non-profit groups, meetings, and

Fundraisers (4 hour limit) $25.00 $30.00 $50.00

(Pro-rated per hour after limit)

Senior Friendship Center, exercise equipment usage fee: $30.00/year - resident; $40.00/year - nonresident.

Miscellaneous Fees:

1. Picnic Kit*

2 or less items $5.00

3 or more items $10.00

*excludes bullhorn, and portable volleyball set

2. Bullhorn $10.00

3. Portable volleyball set $10.00

4. Field Reservations (per day) Resident: $25.00*

Non-resident: $35.00

*Winona's school related activities will not be charged for use of fields unless maintenance is required outside of normal working hours. The cost will be based on the hourly rate of the maintenance employees.

Late Registration Fee - Adult Team Programs: In team adult programs, where a designated deadline has been set - an additional $50.00 per team will be assessed.

Late Registration Fee - Adult Individual Programs: In individual adult programs, where a designated deadline has been set - an additional $10.00 per person will be assessed.

Program Fees:

Adult Programs

Co-Rec. Kickball Fee = 100% of Costs

Co-Rec Softball Fee = 100% of Costs + $50.00/Team*

Co-Rec Volleyball Fee = 100% of Costs

Men's Basketball Fee = 100% of Costs

Men's Softball Fee = 100% of Costs + $50.00/Team*

Men's Football Fee = 100% of Costs

Men's Volleyball Fee = 100% of Costs

Women's Basketball Fee = 100% of Costs

Women's Softball Fee = 100% of Costs + $50.00/Team*

Women's Volleyball Fee = 100% of Costs

Adult Tennis Lessons $35.00/person resident $45.00/person nonresident

(Adult Tennis Tournament $10.00/person)

Senior Center Water Exercise Fee = 100% of Costs

Senior Center Arts & Crafts Fee = 100% of Costs

*The extra $50.00 to be placed in a Field Development Fund.

Youth Programs - Resident

Early Bird Regular

Adventure (Day) Camp $30.00 $38.00

Baseball $17.00 $25.00

Basketball $17.00 $25.00

Disc Golf/Ult. Frisbee $17.00 $25.00

EZ Activity Camps (Sports & Crafts)$17.00 $25.00

Flag Football $17.00 $25.00

Girls Night $17.00 $25.00

Golf $17.00 $25.00

Guard Start $32.00 $40.00

Kids Quest $17.00 $25.00

Park Rec Camps $25.00 $33.00

Preschool Crafts/Story Hour $17.00 $25.00

Soccer $17.00 $25.00

Softball $17.00 $25.00

Swim Instruction

Summer $20.00 $28.00

Fall/Winter/Semi Private $28.00 $36.00

Tennis -

Beginners

12 hours of instruction $27.00 $35.00

16 hours of instruction $32.00 $40.00

Adv. Beginners

12 hours of instruction $27.00 $35.00

16 hours of instruction $32.00 $40.00

Intermediate

16 hrs of instruction $32.00 $40.00

Adv. Intermediate

16 hrs of instruction $32.00 $40.00

Adv. I

24 hrs of instruction $42.00 $50.00

Adv. II- V

36 hrs of instruction $47.00 $55.00

Tennis Tournament $10.00/person $10.00/person

Track and Field $17.00 $25.00

WSI Jr. $32.00 $40.00

Wrestling $17.00 $25.00

Youth Programs - Nonresident

Early Bird Regular

Adventure (Day) Camp $40.00 $48.00

Baseball $27.00 $35.00

Basketball $27.00 $35.00

Disc Golf/Ult. Frisbee $27.00 $35.00

EZ Activity Camps (Sports & Crafts) $27.00 $35.00

Flag Football $27.00 $35.00

Girls Night $27.00 $35.00

Golf $27.00 $35.00

Guard Start $42.00 $50.00

Kids Quest $27.00 $35.00

Park Rec Camps $35.00 $43.00

Preschool Crafts/Story Hour $27.00 $35.00

Soccer $27.00 $35.00

Softball $27.00 $35.00

Swim Instruction

Summer $30.00 $38.00

Fall/Winter/Semi-Private $38.00 $46.00

Tennis -

Beginners

12 hours of instruction $37.00 $45.00

16 hours of instruction $42.00 $50.00

Adv. Beginners

12 hours of instruction $37.00 $45.00

16 hours of instruction $42.00 $50.00

Intermediate

16 hrs of instruction $42.00 $50.00

Adv. Intermediate

16 hrs of instruction $42.00 $50.00

Adv. I

24 hrs of instruction $52.00 $60.00

Adv. II- V

36 hrs of instruction $57.00 $65.00

Tennis Tournament $10.00/person $10.00/person

Track and Field $27.00 $35.00

WSI Jr. $42.00 $50.00

Wrestling $27.00 $35.00

Other:

Lifeguard Recertification - Private $90.00

Lifeguard Recertification - Regular $50.00

Lifeguard Certification (CPR-PRO) Resident $175.00 Nonresident $185.00

Water Safety Instructor Certification Resident $190.00 Nonresident $200.00

*Any non-scheduled WSI or Lifeguard (CPR-PRO) Certification Classes, fee will be 120% of costs.

Special unbudgeted programs or special events (adult/youth) = 10% city and 90% instructor.

Activity Fee: Adult player fee to cover related program costs: $110.00 per 20 team roster; $85.00 per 12 team roster.

Late Registration Fee: Youth programs where a designated deadline has been set - an additional $10.00 per participant per program.

4.8 Skate Park: Daily Fee - $2.00 residents and $3.00 non-residents. Annual membership - $50.00 residents and $75.00 non-residents.

Prairie Island Campground Fees:

Per 24 hour period: $18.00 for site with electricity

$14.50 for site without electricity

Per week: $108.00 with electricity

$87.00 without electricity

Per month: $365.00 with electricity

$290.00 without electricity

With electricity Without electricity

Full Season: $1000.00 $750.00

After July 4th weekend $720.00 $550.00

Beginning August 1st $540.00 $440.00

Nightly rates are based upon single family occupancy. Additional camping units placed on the same site occupied by non-immediate family are charged the nightly rate. Family is defined as parents and unmarried children under the age of 18.

Pumping of holding tanks: Camper holding a valid, Prairie Island permit: no charge; non-camper: $5.00.

Group rates for organized camping: before the opening and after the closing of the camping season, clubs in existence three (3) years, for ten (10) spaces minimum, 50% of individual rate. During the camping season, rates to be determined by the City Administration and Campground Manager on a case by case basis.

(50) Charter of City: $3.50.

(51) Code Book of City, $102.00 ($100.00) and $35.00 ($34.00) per year for revisions.

(52) Water supplied for fire hydrant. Repealed. Ord. No. 2946 10/17/88. See paragraph (42).

(53) Water supplied in bulk. Repealed. Ord. No. 2946 10/17/88. See paragraph (42).

(54) Fire hose repair: 2-1/2 inch coupling including expansion ring and gasket, $16.00; 1-1/2 inch coupling, $13.00; 2-1/2 inch expansion ring only, $9.00; 1-1/2 inch expansion ring only $8.00, and all butt gaskets $6.00 each. Refill: air tank refill for self contained breathing apparatus, $7.00.

(55) Board of Adjustment application, $104.00 ($101.00). Appeal of Decision of Board of Adjustment, $104.00 ($101.00).

(56) Heat, ventilating and air conditioning equipment permits to include, but not limited to, coal, oil, water, steam, wind, solar, conversion burners and wood burning appliances, $32.00 ($31.15) per installation. An additional $.50 state surcharge will also be collected on each permit.

(57) Copy of complete zoning ordinance, $25.00.

(58) Licensed sauna or massage parlor business. Repealed. Ord. No. 2865 02/17/87.

(59) Parking meter bags. Repealed. Ord. No. 2692 11/21/83.

(60) Loading zones, taxicab zones and hotel zones. Repealed. Ord. No. 3043 12/03/90.

(61) Tree removal license, $39.00 per year.

(62) Copy of housing, rental property, ordinance, $10.00.

(63) Water tap fees. Repealed. Ord No. 2946 10/17/88. See paragraph (42).

(64) Hangar rental fees:

Hangars numbered 1 and 8 $145.00/month

Hangars numbered 2,3,4,5,6 and 7 $125.00/month.

Hangars numbered 1D - 6D $155.00/month

(65) Overtime parking violation, $10.00 if paid within 10 days of issuance of the overtime parking usage fee form; $35.00 if not paid within 30 days of issuance.

(66) Board of Appeals application, $104.00 ($101.00).

(67) Marking and signing of regulatory parking zones, $105.00 for the first parking stall and $35.00 for each additional parking stall requested simultaneously therewith.

(68) Inspection of microwave receiving dish mounted on or supported by a principal or accessory building, $30.00.

(69) Rental housing license-inspection fee due every five years: $50.00 per building plus $30.00 per rental unit. Sleeping rooms in owner occupied single-family residences: $50.00 per building plus $10.00 per rental unit. Reinstatement fee following suspension or revocation: $100.00 for the first unit in the dwelling and $20.00 for each additional unit within such dwelling.

(70) Annual license fee for person engaged in the business of operating an enterprise as defined in Section 52.17(b) (4) through (9) of this code, $1,500.00. Annual investigation fee for purposes of issuing a license for person engaged in the business of operating an enterprise as defined in Section 52.17(b) (4) through (9) of this code: $1,500.00.

(71) Annual certificate fee for person engaged in the practice of massage: $60.00. Annual investigation fee for the purposes of issuing a certificate for person engaged in the practice of massage: $116.00.

(72) Request for copies of government data. Repealed. Ord. No. 3465 09/18/00

(73) Copies of plans and specifications for city projects from City Engineer's office: $25.00 - nonrefundable.

(74) Right-of-Way Fees and Charges:

Registration Fee: $40.00

Excavation Permit Fee:

Hole $85.00

Emergency Hole $45.00

Trench $60.00

per 100 lineal feet plus hole fee

Permit Extension Fee:$30.00

Delay Penalty:

Up to 3 days late $50.00

Each day thereafter $10.00

(75) Sewer and Water Tap-In Fees: All lots or unsubdivided parcels of record as of 10/01/01: $10,000 per service line. All other property: $17,000 per acre or portion thereof, excluding natural state areas and floodways.

(76) False Burglary or Safety Alarms: $75.00 for the fifth alarm and $100.00 for each subsequent alarm. If the fine has not been received by the City within 30 days of the day notice of fine was mailed by the Chief of Police and there is no appeal pending on the validity of the false alarm, a late fee of $25.00 shall be imposed.

(77) Storm water drainage rate: $57.85 ($46.30) per year.

(78) No Parking Permits - Construction Area: $5.00 per day for seven days in one calendar month. "

Section 2. That this ordinance shall be effective January 1, 2005, following its publication.

Dated this 20th day of September 2004.

Jerome S. Miller

Mayor

Attested By:

Monica Hennessy Mohan

City Clerk 

 

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