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09-26-19-2d - Resolution - 09/26/2019RESOLUTION NO. 09-26-19-2d A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS (CITY), ESTABLISHING THE FEES, RATES AND CHARGES AS AUTHORIZED IN CHAPTER 2 “ADMINISTRATION”, ART. V. “FINANCE”, DIV. 2 “FEES, RATES AND CHARGES” OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES; AND REPEALING PRIOR FEES, RATES AND CHARGES FOUND IN 06-13-19-02. WHEREAS, the Code of Ordinances, City of College Station, Texas contains substantially all ordinances compiled, adopted and approved by the College Station City Council; and WHEREAS, Chapter 2 “Administration”, Art. V. “Finance”, Div. 2 “Fees, Rates and Charges” of the Code of Ordinances, City of College Station, Texas requires all fees, rates and charges be adopted by resolution; now therefore, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS: PART 1: That the City Council has approved, authorized and established the fees, rates and charges as provided by Chapter 2 “Administration”, Art. V. “Finance”, Div. 2 “Fees, Rates and Charges” of the Code of Ordinances, City of College Station, Texas, and as shown in Exhibit A, “Fees, Rates and Charges”. PART 2: That reference to a Chapter, Article, Division or Section in Exhibit A, “Fees, Rates and Charges” shall be considered a reference to the same Chapter, Article, Division or Section from the Code of Ordinances, City of College Station, Texas. PART 3: That the City Council hereby repeals Resolution 06-13-19-02 establishing any fees, rates or charges as are established in Exhibit A, “Fees, Rates and Charges”. PART 4: That this resolution shall become effective immediately after passage and approval. ADOPTED this 26th day of September, 2019. ATTEST: APPROVED: City Secretary Mayor APPROVED: City Attorney Resolution No.09-26-19-2d Page 2 of 48 EXHIBIT A FEES, RATES AND CHARGES CHAPTER 2: ADMINISTRATION 1. Article V. Finance Division 2. Fees, Rates and Charges a. Sec. 2-118. Service fees for credit card payments. i. Service fee established. The fee for a payment by a card for a fee, fine, court cost, or other charge shall be set as $3.00 per transaction as established in Section 2- 117. b. Sec. 2-119. Police Department Services. i. Police Escorts. $50.00 per hour per each officer. ii. Livestock Permit Fee. – $35.00 c. Sec. 2-120. Fire Department Services i. Requests for incident reports prepared by the Fire Department. ii. Mileage charges for Fire Department services outside the City limits will be in accordance with the IRS Standard Mileage Rates and may change from time to time. All tests conducted outside the city limits shall be charged at this rate times 1.5 plus mileage plus $20.00 for travel time. iii. Fire Department inspections of day care centers. - $50.00 iv. Fire Department inspections of foster homes. - $30.00 v. Fire Department inspections of nursing home facilities. - $150.00 vi. Fire Department inspections of health care facilities. - $150.00 vii. Automatic hood tests performed by the Fire Department. - $50.00 viii. Fire Department inspections of automatic fire alarm systems. $100.00 for up to 25 devices. Additional devices after 100 are $2.00 per device. Any additional inspections are $75.00 per hour with a 2-hour minimum paid in advance. Multi- story buildings floors 1-4 are included. Any additional floors above 4 are permitted per floor. Multi-building complexes will be permitted per building up to 4 floors. ix. Fire Department testing of underground fire lines. - $150.00 x. Fuel tank testing performed by the Fire Department. - $100.00 xi. Fuel line leak testing performed by the Fire Department. - $100.00 xii. Fire sprinkler system testing performed by the Fire Department. $125.00 for up to 100 heads. Additional heads after 100 are $1.00 per head. Any additional inspection on the same system is $125.00 per inspection. Multi-story buildings floors 1-4 are included. Any additional floors above 4 are permitted per floor. Multi-building complexes are permitted per building up to 4 floors. xiii. Fire Department inspections of a hospital- $250.00 xiv. Fire Department Burn Permit Fee – Ten Day Commercial Burn Permit $500.00 and Ten Day Residential Burn Permit - $50.00 Resolution No.09-26-19-2d Page 3 of 48 xv. Fire Department after hours (after hours means anytime other than Monday – Friday 8 AM – 5 PM) inspection - $75.00 per hour, per inspector with a two hour minimum charge. xvi. The provision of emergency medical services basic life support (BLS) with transportation. - $1,200.00 base fee plus $19.00 per loaded mile xvii. The provision of emergency medical services advanced life support (ALS1) with transportation. - $1,400.00 base fee plus $19.00 per loaded mile xviii. The provision of emergency medical services advanced life support, level 2 (ALS2) with transportation. - $1,650.00 base fee plus $19.00 per loaded mile xix. The provision of emergency medical services specialty care transport (SCT) from one medical facility to another medical facility. - $1,700.00 base fee plus $19.00 per loaded mile xx. The provision of emergency medical services for non-residents without transportation. - $250.00 xxi. Administrative fees and reimbursement fees for supplies and medications. 1. The provision of BLS, ALS1 or ALS2 services with transportation when oxygen is used shall be charged a $130.00 supply fee to cover oxygen costs. 2. The provision of BLS services with transportation shall be charged a $200.00 supply fee to cover single patient use items. 3. The provision of ALS1 or ALS2 services with transportation shall be charged a $400.00 supply fee to cover single patient use items. xxii. Emergency and rescue services. – Varies per type of event and service. xxiii. Emergency Medical Services standby by for events. – Varies per type of event and service. xxiv. The provision of Emergency Medical Services under Ambulance Supplemental Payment Programs. – Varies per state program. Resolution No.09-26-19-2d Page 4 of 48 d. Sec. 2-122. Planning and Development Services Department. The development application and permit fees in this section are adjusted annually based upon the Consumer Price Index published by the U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics. i. Building permit fees for structures requiring a building permit: 1. Building Permit Fee Schedule Estimated Commercial Construction Valuation Permit Fee $0 to $50,000 $32.00 for the first $1,000 valuation plus $5.00 for each additional $1,000 valuation or fraction thereof up to $50,000 valuation $50,001 to $100,000 $293 for the first $50,000 valuation plus $4.25 for each additional $1,000 valuation or fraction thereof up to $100,000 valuation $100,001 to $500,000 $506 for the first $100,000 valuation plus $3.25 for each additional $1,000 valuation or fraction thereof up to $500,000 valuation $500,001 and up $1,784 for the first $500,000 valuation plus $2.25 for each additional $1,000 valuation thereafter Resolution No.09-26-19-2d Page 5 of 48 Residential Permit Type Permit Fee New Residential Building $0.59 per square foot New Multifamily Building $.36 per square foot Residential (Remodel and Addition) $0.59 per square foot ($100 minimum) Residential Accessory: Living Quarters or Pool House $0.59 per square foot ($100 minimum) Residential Accessory (All Other) $0.44 per square foot ($50 minimum) 2. Re-inspection fee. - $104.00 ii. Electrical permit fees. 1. Repair and alteration electrical permit. - $43.00 2. Residential electrical permit. – $43.00 minimum base fee for the first 1,000 square feet of the building area plus $0.02 per square foot over 1,000 square feet 3. Commercial electrical permit. - $43.00 minimum base fee for the first $1,000 valuation, plus $0.02 for each additional $1,000 valuation or fraction there of 4. Temp Poles base fee $32.00 (Bryan Texas Utilities); $32.00 (Entergy); $80 base fee plus connection fee (College Station Utilities) 5. Re-inspection fee. - $104.00 iii. Mechanical permit fees. 1. Residential and Multifamily Mechanical permit. - $43.00. minimum base fee for the first 1,000 square feet of the building area, plus $0.02 per square foot over 1,000 square feet 2. Commercial Mechanical permit-$43.00 minimum base fee for the first 1,000 square feet of the building area plus $0.02 per square foot over 1,000 square feet 3. Re-inspection fee. - $104.00 4. Residential Mechanical Change Out permit - $75.00 iv. Plumbing permit fees. 1. Basic plumbing permit. - $32.00 base fee 2. Plumbing fixtures - $5.00each 3. Gas permit. a. Base fee. - $32.00 b. Gas Piping. - $5.00up to four gas outlets, $1.00for each outlet over four 4. Re-inspection fee. - $104.00 v. Lawn sprinkler permit fees. Resolution No.09-26-19-2d Page 6 of 48 1. Lawn sprinkler irrigation permit. - $32.00 2. Re-inspection fee. - $104.00 vi. Miscellaneous permit fees. 1. Demolition permit. - $52.00 2. Moving permit. - $105.00 3. Vent hood permit - $75.00 4. Walk-in cooler permit - $75.00 5. Location permit. - $53.00 6. Commercial Solar panels. $200.00 7. Residential Solar panels. - $200.00 8. Commercial Roof permit.-$150.00 9. Multifamily Roof permit. - $150.00 10. Residential Roof permit. - $75.00 vii. Contractor registration fee. - $64.00 viii. Oil and gas development application fees. 1. Application fee. - $6,455.00 2. Annual permit renewal fee. - $2,152.00 3. Abandonment fee. - $2,152.00 4. Consultant fee. - Contracted Fee 5. Contract inspector fee. – Contracted Fee 6. Road maintenance agreement fee. - As Calculated 7. Seismic survey permit fee. – $5,379.00 ix. Municipal Utility District fees. 1. Fee to process petition to create district. - $32,232.00 2. Fee to process petition to acquire or annex land. - $32,232.00 3. Infrastructure plan review and inspection fee (Including ETJ). – 1.6% of infrastructure cost ($639.00 minimum) x. After hours (after hours means anytime other than Monday – Friday 8 AM – 5 PM) inspection - $77.00 per hour, per inspector with a two hour minimum charge. xi. Planning and Development Services Fees as Authorized by Appendix A-12- 3.2- C-3. 1. Administrative Adjustment - $107.00 2. Alternative Parking Plan - $107.00 3. Banner Permit - $224.00 4. Comprehensive Plan Amendment - $1,321.00 5. Conditional Use Permit - $1,321 .00 6. Construction Board of Adjustments - $543.00 7. Design Review Board - $405.00 8. Development Permit/Public Infrastructure Review and Inspection Fee - One and one half percent (1.6%) of infrastructure cost ( $639.00 minimum) 9. Re-inspection Fee (applies to all inspection types) - $104.00 10. Final Plat or Development Plat - $1,055.00 11. Final plat (minor or amending) - $799.00 12. License to Encroach - $863.00 Resolution No.09-26-19-2d Page 7 of 48 13. PDD Amendment - Staff Review Only - $202.00 14. PDD Amendment - P&Z/Council Review - $362.00 15. Private Improvement in the Public R-O-W (PIP) Permit - $405.00 16. Portable Storage Container Permit Fee - $53.00 17. Preliminary Plan - $1,055.00 18. Rezoning (Including PDD and P-MUD) - $1,321.00 19. R-O-W/Easement Abandonment - $799.00 20. Sign Permit (except for banners) - $162.00 21. Site Plan - $1,055.00 22. Minor Site Plan - $405.00 23. Waiver or Variance – Subdivision Regulations - $266.00 24. Written Interpretation - $128.00 25. Zoning Board of Adjustment - $405.00 26. Zoning Letter - $107 27. Non-Residential Architectural (NRA) Review* - $405.00 *Excludes existing projects involving painting only 28. Returned Check Fee - $25.00 29. Tent permit. – (see Building Permit Fee Schedule) Resolution No.09-26-19-2d Page 8 of 48 FEES, CHARGES AND RATES NOT LISTED IN FINANCE SECTION OF CODE OF ORDINANCES: CHAPTER 6: ANIMALS 1. Article I. In General a. Sec. 6-116(1). Requirements for owner of a dangerous dog. i. Registration. Register the dangerous dog with the Animal Control Authority and pay an annual registration fee of $500.00 for the first year and a $250.00 re- registration fee thereafter unless such dog has violated one or more provisions of this chapter during the previous year, in which case an annual renewal registration fee of $500.00 shall be assessed as established in Section 2-117. b. Sec. 6-150(c). Rabbits. i. Permit requirements. The following is required to be issued a permit for keeping of rabbits in a single-family residential zone: payment of a fee as may be established in Section 2-117. - $35.00 c. Sec. 6-151(c). Ferrets. i. Permit requirements. The following is required to be issued a permit for ferrets: payment of a fee as may be established in Section 2-117. - $35.00 Resolution No.09-26-19-2d Page 9 of 48 CHAPTER 8: BUSINESSES 1. Article III. Credit Access Businesses Division 2. Registration a. Sec. 8-81. Required. i. A person commits an offense if the person acts, operates, or conducts businesses as a credit access business without a valid certificate of registration. A certificate of registration is required for each physically separate credit access business. A fee of $50.00, which may be amended from time to time by resolution or ordinance is established for each physically separate credit access business within the City limits. 2. Article IV. Gravediggers Division 2. License a. Sec. 8-145. Gravediggers. i. A person who seeks a license hereunder shall apply to the City Secretary on a form furnished for such purpose. Upon meeting the qualifications and requirements of this division, such person shall be issued a license by the City Secretary. Each new applicant shall pay an application fee of $100.00. Each licensee must pay a yearly renewal fee of $25.00. All yearly fees and proof of insurance are due by March 15. A license shall be effective for a period of one year from the date of issuance or until the set renewal date of March 15. 3. Article V. Home Solicitation and Itinerant Vendors Division 2. Home Solicitor Registration a. Sec. 8-210(b). Application; fee; expiration; non-transferability; material changes. i. Application filed under this section must be accompanied by a nonrefundable registration fee of $50.00. ii. Renewal Application filed under this section must be accompanied by a nonrefundable registration fee of $25.00. iii. Identification badge fee - $10.00. b. Sec. 8-211(d). Issuance, denial, and display of registration; identification badge. i. If a City-issued home solicitor's identification badge is lost, mutilated, or destroyed, the City Manager or designee shall issue the registrant a duplicate identification badge upon payment of a $10.00 duplicate badge fee. Division 3. Itinerant Vendor Permit c. Sec. 8-235(d). Required; application. i. An application for an I-Vendor permit shall be accompanied by a fee of $53.00 Resolution No.09-26-19-2d Page 10 of 48 4. Article VI. Carnivals, Circuses, Menageries, Sideshows, Concessions, and Special Events Division 2. Permit a. Sec. 8-296. Fees. i. Application. The applicant shall pay a nonrefundable application fee established in Section 2-117 upon submission of an application to the City. The application fee may be waived for a nonprofit association holding an event. The application fee shall not be waived for any event involving alcohol sales and/or consumption. - $213.00 ii. Re-inspection fee. If the event is not operated on consecutive calendar days, the City shall re-inspect the premises as provided herein. A re-inspection fee of $53.00 shall be paid by the applicant to the City to cover the cost of each re-inspection. 5. Article VII. Secondhand Dealers Division 2. Permit a. Sec. 8-361(a). Issuance, fee. i. Upon receipt of the application, the City Accounts Receivable Fiscal Services Department shall issue a permit upon the payment of a fee established by the City Council in Section 2-117; provided, however, no permit shall be issued to any applicant who has been found guilty of a criminal offense against property defined in Texas Penal Code title 7 (Texas Penal Code ch. 28 et seq.) by a court of competent jurisdiction within the preceding five years. Permits issued hereunder shall be valid for a period of one year from the date of issuance thereof. 6. Article VIII. Mobile Food Vendors Division 2. Permit a. Sec. 8-418. Permit fee. i. The application fee for a mobile food vendor permit shall be $533.00. Each mobile food vendor unit shall be permitted separately. Mobile food vendor permits shall be valid for one year from the date of permit issuance. ii. Upon renewal, the applicant must provide a new complete application, payment of a $266.00 renewal fee, and new permitting documentation. The applicant must submit the application and renewal fee within 30 days after expiration of the permit or must reapply as a new applicant. iii. The application fee for a concession cart shall be $266.00 for initial application, and a renewal fee of $107.00 7. Article IX. Northgate Outdoor Dining and Entertainment Division 2. Permit a. Sec. 8-475. Application fee. i. Applicants for peak period must pay a non-refundable permit application fee of $373.00 plus $2.25.00 per square foot of permitted area when the original permit application is submitted to the City and a non-refundable permit application fee of Resolution No.09-26-19-2d Page 11 of 48 $186.00 plus $2.25.00 per square foot of permitted area for an annual renewal. Non-peak period only permits shall not be assessed a permit fee. b. Sec. 8-476(b). Amended Application. i. The applicant must pay a non-refundable amended permit application fee of $186.00 plus $2.25.00 per square foot when the amended permit application is submitted to the City. 8. Article XI. Taxicabs Division 2. Service License a. Sec. 8-588(c). Application. i. Each application shall be accompanied by a non-refundable license fee of $50.00 per taxicab license service to defray the expense of carrying out the provisions of this section. Division 3. Driver Permit b. Sec. 8-619(b). Fee generally; issuance; term. i. The annual fee for driver’s permits issued prior to June 30 shall be $10.00. Fees for permits issued on June 30 or there after shall be $5.00. No portion of the fee shall be refunded in the event the permit is terminated prior to expiration. Permit documents which are lost or destroyed may be replaced upon payment of a $5.00 fee. c. Sec. 8-620. Term; expiration; renewal. i. The term of all permits shall be for not more than one year with expiration on December 31. Renewals shall be applied for in the same manner as specified for the original permit. Renewal permits may be issued during the month of December for expiration on December 31 of the following year. Permit documents which are lost or destroyed may be replaced upon payment of a $5.00 fee. Division 4. Vehicle Permit d. Sec. 8-650. Fees. i. The annual fee for vehicle permits issued prior to June 30 shall be $10.00. Fees for permits issued on June 30 or there after shall be $5.00. The fee is not refundable in the event the permit is canceled or revoked prior to expiration. Permit documents which are lost or destroyed may be replaced upon payment of a $5.00 fee. ii. The annual fee for vehicle permits issued prior to June 30 shall be established in Section 2-117. The fee is not refundable in the event the permit is canceled or revoked prior to expiration. Permit documents which are lost or destroyed may be replaced upon payment of a fee established in Section 2-117. $50.00 Resolution No.09-26-19-2d Page 12 of 48 e. Sec. 8-654. Reinstatement of suspended permit; fee. i. Vehicle permits suspended because of failure to comply with the requirements of Section 8-649(b) may be reinstated as soon as the vehicle is brought back into compliance with Section 8-649(b). Application for such reinstatement shall be made in writing to the City on the form provided by the City. The non-proratable fee for such reinstatement shall be $5.00. 9. Article XII. Pedicabs Division 2. License and Permit Subdivision II. License a. Sec. 8-742. License fee. i. Each application must be accompanied by a non-refundable license fee $50.00. Subdivision III. Permit b. Sec. 8-774(c). Pedicab Permits. i. Fees. The annual fee for pedicab permits issued prior to June 30th shall be $10.00. Fees for permits issued on June 30th or there after shall be $5.00. The fee is not refundable in the event the permit is canceled or revoked prior to expiration. Permit documents which are lost or destroyed may be replaced upon payment of a $5.00 fee. c. Sec. 8-775(d). Revocation and suspension of pedicab permit. i. Reinstatement of suspended permit and fee. Pedicab permits suspended because of failure to comply with the requirements of this article may be reinstated as soon as the pedicab is brought back into compliance. Application for such reinstatement shall be made in writing to the City on the form provided by the City. The fee for reinstatement shall be $5.00. Division 3. Driver Permit d. Sec. 8-806. Fee. i. The fee for driver permits issued prior to June 30th shall be $10.00. Fees for permits issued on June 30th or there after shall be $5.00. No portion of the fee shall be refunded in the event the permit is terminated prior to expiration. Permit documents which are lost or destroyed may be replaced upon payment of a $5.00 fee. 10. Article XIII. Dockless Bike Share Program a. Sec. 8-824. Fees and Costs. i. Permit Application Fee. $750.00. ii. Permit Renewal Fee. $375.00. iii. Removal, Impoundment, and/or Relocation Fee. A dockless bike share operator shall be assessed a $125.00 for each bike removed, impounded, or relocated. Resolution No.09-26-19-2d Page 13 of 48 CHAPTER 10: CEMETERIES 1. Article II. City Owned or Maintained Cemeteries a. Sec. 10-25(e). Purchase options. i. Price. The price of all spaces in the City cemeteries shall be established As: CEMETERY FEES FY 2019-2020 1. College Station Cemetery: Standard Space $1,450 Cremate Space $440 Infant Space $220 2. Memorial Cemetery of College Station: Municipal Section: Standard Space $1,450 Columbaria Niche $825 Infant Space $220 Aggie Field of Honor: Standard Space $3,000 Columbaria Niche $1,650 3. Grave Opening and Closing Fee $150 4. Mark the Grave and Set the Monument $100 5. Memorial Bench Set Fee $100 Resolution No.09-26-19-2d Page 14 of 48 CHAPTER 12: EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AND EMERGENCY SERVICES 1. Article III. Ambulances Division 2. Permit a. Sec. 12-79(a). Permit fees, conditions and renewal. i. The fee for the permit required in Section 12-77 shall be $100.00 per ambulance, and all permits issued under this division shall terminate on December 31 of each year. Such permits may be renewed by paying a permit fee of $50.00 and submitting proof of current Texas Department of Health Services license and liability requirements as provided in section 12-78. 2. Article IV. Alarm Systems a. Sec. 12-113(b). False alarms. i. An alarm user or subscriber shall be allowed three false alarms in a preceding 12- month period without penalty. After this, a user or subscriber shall be assessed a fine fee based on the following schedule established in Section 2-117. ii. Police Department Number of False Alarms Fine 1. 1—3 false alarms $0.00 2. 4—5 false alarms $50.00 for each false alarm 3. 6—7 false alarms $75.00 for false alarm 4. 8 or more false alarms $100.00 for each false alarm iii. Fire Department Number of False Alarms 1. 1—3 false alarms $0.00 2. 4—5 false alarms $85.00 for each false alarm 3. 6—7 false alarms $110.50 for false alarm 4. 8 or more false alarms $145.00 for each false alarm Resolution No.09-26-19-2d Page 15 of 48 CHAPTER 14: ENVIRONMENT AND NATURAL RESOURCES 1. Article II. Oil and Gas Division 2. Production Permits Subdivision I. In General a. Sec. 14-58. Permit application generally. i. A permit application shall include Application fee as set by Council resolution established in Section 2-117. $7,125.00 b. Sec. 14-67(b). Permit period and renewal. i. The operator will submit an application form for a renewal permit no later than 30 days before the expiration of the operator's permit, and indicate in the application what changes are requested at the oil or gas operations site. An inspection and renewal fee established in Section 2-117 shall be paid at the time of reapplication. The operator recognizes the reclassification of a permit from rural to urban may occur due to adjacent development. $6,345.00 ii. Application requirements. Renewal applications shall include any of the following items which have changed since the original permit application, which shall be current and updated, as applicable, to cover the renewal period: 1. Renewal application fee as set by Council resolution established in Section 2-117. $2,115.00 Subdivision II. Permit Types and Requirements c. Sec. 14-99(b). Urban permit. i. Notice. Before consideration of an urban permit application by the City Council, the City Engineer shall cause the following notices of public hearing to be issued, at the operator’s expense, no later than two weeks before the regular Council meeting in which the public hearing will be held: 1. Notice of the public hearing shall be published in a newspaper of general circulation in the City. 2. Notice of the public hearing shall be made to all persons with property within 1,000 feet of the proposed oil or gas operations site as shown by the latest Brazos County Appraisal District certified tax rolls, by certified mail, return receipt requested. The operator shall pay the City $4.00 for each such notification letter. No notification letter shall be required for property owners who have signed and acknowledged before a Notary Public the consent form acceptable to the City. d. Sec. 14-100(a). Rural permit. i. Notice. Before final consideration of a rural permit application by the City Engineer, the City Engineer shall cause the following notices to be issued, at the operators expense, to provide at least a two-week public comment period before any final action is taken by the City Engineer: Resolution No.09-26-19-2d Page 16 of 48 1. Notice of the rural permit application shall be published in a newspaper of general circulation in the City; and 2. Notice shall also be made to all persons with property within 1,000 feet of the proposed oil or gas operations site as shown by the latest Brazos County Appraisal District certified tax rolls, by certified mail, return receipt requested. The operator shall pay the City $4.00 for each such notification letter. No notification letter shall be required for property owners who have signed and acknowledged before a Notary Public consent to the proposed oil or gas operations or waiver of the right to receive further notices. e. Sec. 14-101. Seismic survey permit. i. Process. To obtain a permit, the operator must apply to the City, pay the permit fee as established by resolution of the City Council established in Section 2-117, and execute a License Agreement on a form approved by the City Attorney. The City Manager or his/her designee may negotiate and execute the License Agreement on behalf of the City. $5,379.00 Division 3. Other Requirements f. Sec. 14-151(a). Abandonment. i. The operator pays an abandonment fee in an amount set by Council resolution established in Section 2-117. $2,152.00 Resolution No.09-26-19-2d Page 17 of 48 CHAPTER 16: FIRE PREVENTION AND PROTECTION 1. Article I. In General a. Sec. 16-2(b). Emergency and rescue services. i. Fees shall be collected for services provided within the College Station Fire Department designated response area that includes both inside and outside the City limits. Fees will not exceed the amount expended by the College Station Fire Department. Fire Administration shall collect applicable incident report information that will be forwarded to the College Station Fire Department's authorized agent responsible for collection of any incurred fees. The fees shall be established in Section 2-117. Resolution No.09-26-19-2d Page 18 of 48 CHAPTER 24: LIBRARIES 1. Ch. 24. Libraries a. Sec. 24-2. Library fines, fees and other charges. i. All collections. $0.25 per day, with a maximum being the replacement cost of the materials (books, paperbacks, phonograph records, audiobooks, cassettes, periodicals and materials from the vertical file). There shall be a five-day grace period for books and paperbacks borrowed from the adult collection. ii. All collections of art prints and sculpture and DVD’s, Blue-rays. $1.00 per day, with a maximum being the cost to replace the item. iii. Lost materials. Charges for lost or irreparably damaged items include the cost of the item plus a $5.00 non-refundable service charge. iv. Damaged materials. Charges are determined by the cataloging department of the library, based on the amount of time spent and materials used in repairing the item. – Cost of the item plus $5.00. v. Replacement of borrower's card. The initial card for County residents is free of charge. A $3.00 fee will be charged to replace a lost card. vi. Non-resident library cards. Library cards will be issued to out-of-County residents for an annual fee of $24.00; such card is valid for one year from the month of purchase. vii. Returned Check Fee is $15.00. viii. Any collection agency fees. Resolution No.09-26-19-2d Page 19 of 48 CHAPTER 28: MUNICIPAL COURT OF RECORD 1. Ch. 28. Municipal Court of Record a. Sec. 28-1(i). Generally. i. In the event of an appeal, the appellant shall pay a transcript preparation fee in the amount of $25.00. The transcript preparation fee does not include the fee for an actual transcript of the proceedings. The Clerk shall note the payment of the fee on the docket of the Court. If the case is reversed on appeal, the fee shall be refunded to the appellant. In addition to the transcript preparation fee, the fee for the actual transcript of the proceedings and statement of facts must be paid by the appellant, pursuant to Texas Government Code §§ 30.00014 and 30.00019. b. Sec. 28-3(b)(3). Juvenile Case Manager / Truancy Prevention & Diversion i. Each defendant convicted of a fine-only misdemeanor offense in the Municipal Court shall pay a Juvenile Case Manager fee of $5.00 as a cost of Court in addition to any other fines, penalties, or Court costs required by City ordinance or State or Federal law. A separate fee must be paid for each separate conviction of a fine- only misdemeanor offense. c. Sec. 28-4(c). Municipal Court building security fund. i. Each defendant convicted of a misdemeanor offense in the Municipal Court shall pay a Municipal Court building security fee of $3.00 as a cost of Court, in addition to any other fines, penalties, or Court costs required by City ordinance or State or Federal law. Effective January 1, 2020, the Municipal Court building security fee will increase to $4.90. A separate fee must be paid for each separate conviction of a misdemeanor offense. d. Sec. 28-5(c). Municipal Court technology fund. i. Each defendant convicted of a misdemeanor offense in the Municipal Court of Record shall pay a Municipal Court technology fee of $4.00 in addition to any other fines, penalties, or Court costs required by City ordinance or State or Federal law. A separate fee must be paid for each separate conviction of a misdemeanor offense. e. Sec. 28-6(b). Municipal Court child safety fund. i. Authorization for fund. For every violation of an ordinance, regulation, or order regulating the stopping, standing, or parking of vehicles as allowed by Texas Transportation Code § 542.202 or ch. 682 in the Municipal Court as a cost of Court, $5.00 shall be assessed in addition to any other fines, penalties, or Court costs and shall be collected in the same manner that other fines in the case are collected. Resolution No.09-26-19-2d Page 20 of 48 CHAPTER 32: PARKS AND RECREATION 1. Article II. Public Conduct in Parks and Recreational Areas Division 2. Use Permits a. Sec. 32-62(6). Application procedure. i. Payment of a fee, if any, as may from time to time be established by th e City Council by Section 2-117. PARKS & RECREATION DEPARTMENT FY 2019 GENERAL FUND USER FEES Effective January 1, 2019 ATHLETIC FIELDS FY 2019-2020 1. Athletic Field Rental ~ One (1) Field, Per Day (Includes Field Redevelopment Fee of $15) $300 / day 2. Athletic Field Rental ~ One (1) Field, Per Hour (Includes Field Redevelopment Fee of $5) $40 / hour 3. Athletic Field Rental Deposit Varies 4. Lights for Field Rentals (Per Hour/Per Field) $30 / hour 5. Bee Creek Batting Cage Rental, Per Hour $15 / hour 6. Tournament/Event Rate Contact Parks and Recreation for Pricing 7. Key Fee (New Annual Fee and Replacement Fee) $10 each 8. TAMU Game Day Parking Fee @ a City Facility Parking Lot (City Hall & Wayne Smith Complex & Crompton Park) $10 / day 9. TAMU Game Day Parking Fee – Self Contained RV Unit $50 / day ~ In addition to the rental fees, a deposit will be charged and paid by the renter in advance of any tournament. The deposit will vary depending on the type and size of the tournament. ~ In addition to the rental and deposit fees, additional fees may be assessed to the renter depending on the length and type of tournament in order to cover expenses incurred by the City for personnel and supplies needed to facilitate the tournament. ~ Initial game field prep and light fees are included in the daily rental fee, but not in hourly rental fees. Resolution No.09-26-19-2d Page 21 of 48 FY 2019-2020 PAVILION RENTAL DAILY RATES Resident Rate Non Resident Rate 1. Bee Creek (100) / Oaks (40) Pavilions Monday – Thursday $200 $240 Friday – Sunday, and Holidays $250 $300 Deposit $200 $200 2. Central (200) / Bachmann (300) Pavilions Monday – Thursday $350 $420 Friday – Sunday, and Holidays $400 $480 Deposit $200 $200 3. John Crompton Park Pavilion (100) Monday – Thursday $200 $240 Friday – Sunday, and Holidays $250 $300 Deposit $200 $200 4. American Pavilion in Veterans Park (500) Monday – Thursday $350 $420 Friday – Sunday, and Holidays $400 $480 Deposit $200 $200 5. Dog Park Rentals – (Steeplechase Park and University Park) $150 $180 6. Transfer / Cancellation Fee Per Change $20 ~ Deposits are refundable if the facility is left clean, damage-free, and the keys are returned. ~ Deposits are refundable, less the $20 cancellation fee if reservation is cancelled no later than seven (7) days prior to rental date. ~ ( ) – The parenthesis by each pavilion shows the limit of occupants that the pavilion can facilitate. PERMITS & COMMISSIONS FY 2019-2020 1. Vendor Permit $50 2. Alcohol Permit $55 ~ Permit is required when alcohol is served at Lick Creek Nature Center, Lincoln Center, Meyer Community Center, Southwood Center, Wolf Pen Creek and Veterans Park rentals.) 3. Boot Camp Permit (per time slot selected weekly) $10 per month 4. Commissions: (Gross Sales minus Sales Tax) Food & Drinks 10% Other Goods 10% Alcoholic Beverages 20% Resolution No.09-26-19-2d Page 22 of 48 FY 2019-2020 WOLF PEN CREEK Resident Rate Non Resident Rate 1. Amphitheater Rentals Per Day: Non Commercial ~ Benefit Rental $1,000 $1,200 Professional/Commercial Rentals $1,500 $1,800 2. Green Room Events ~ per hour, 2 hour minimum Non Commercial $75 $90 Commercial $100 $120 3. The Plaza at Wolf Pen Creek Rental (Includes Pavilion and Restrooms) $200 $240 4. Festival Site Rental Non-Commercial ~ Benefit Rental $750 $900 Private Commercial Rental $1,000 $1,200 5. Amphitheater & Festival Site Rental Non-Commercial ~ Benefit Rental $1,250 $1,500 Private Commercial Rental $1,750 $2,100 6. Deposit For Green Room, Plaza, or Festival Site $200 For Amphitheater $600 7. Transfer / Cancellation Fee Per Change Per Rental Agreement ~ A percentage of ticketing and fees for service personnel and vending charges will be added accordingly for amphitheater rentals. ~ A percentage of the gate will be negotiated for commercial events. ~ Non Commercial is defined as: Non-profit, student, civic or private. ~ Security deposits are based upon participants/attendees. Resolution No.09-26-19-2d Page 23 of 48 PARKS & RECREATION DEPARTMENT FY 2019 REC FUND FEES Effective January 1, 2019 FY 2019-2020 ADULT SPORTS PER TEAM Resident Rate Non Resident Rate 1. Volleyball (No Field Redevelopment Fee Included) $225 2. Softball (Inc. $50/Team Field Redevelopment Fee) $390 3. KickBall (Inc. $50/Team Field Redevelopment Fee) $390 4. Basketball (No Team Field Redevelopment Fee) $300 5. Ultimate Frisbee (per person) $20 $24 6. Tennis Lessons Per Person (Moved from Instruction) $75 $90 7. Outside League Field Redevelopment Fee Per Team $95 $114 8. Outside League Per Game Contract Fee $15 $18 9. Transfer/Cancellation/Late Registration Fee $20 10. Transfer/Cancellation/Late Registration Fee $20 Adult sports are registered as a team unless otherwise noted. FY 2019-2020 INSTRUCTION FEES PER PERSON Resident Rate Non Resident Rate 1. All class fees will be set according to the individual needs of each class and are based upon the City of College Station recovery policy. 2. Instruction Class Transfer / Cancellation Fee $20 FY 2019-2020 YOUTH SPORTS PER CHILD Resident Rate Non Resident Rate 1. Basketball / Youth Volleyball / Per Child $70 $84 2. Flag Football (Includes $10 Field Redevelopment Fee $70 $84 Resolution No.09-26-19-2d Page 24 of 48 3. Outside League Field Redevelopment Fee Per Child ~ All Sports (based on City tier system per season) $15/20/25 $18/24/30 4. Challenger Sports (Basketball, Bowling, Soccer) $15 $18 5. USTA Tennis League $100 $120 6. Tennis Lessons $75 $90 7. Start Smart Sport $35 8. Youth Sports Transfer/Cancellation Fee (Per Child) $20 FY 2019-2020 AQUATICS PROGRAMS Resident Rate Non Resident Rate 1. Swim Lessons 45-Minute Lesson $45 $54 25-Minute Lesson* $40 $48 2. Stroke Clinic NA NA 3. Water Fitness (Unlimited Pass) $100 4. Swim Team (No Field Redevelopment Fee) $125 (-$10 each sibling) 5. Transfer / Cancellation Fee $20 * Children ages 5 and under attend only a 25-minute lesson. All other lessons are 45 minutes in length. 6. General Admission Per Person (Ages 3 and Up) Hallaran $3 Adamson $6 7. Discount Pass – 25 Swims Hallaran $60 *Adamson $120 8. Family Season Pass (Up to Five Family Members) Fee for Additional Members in Excess of Five $30 Per Person Hallaran $200250 *Adamson $325 Resolution No.09-26-19-2d Page 25 of 48 9. Individual Season Pass Hallaran $150 *Adamson $200 10. Pool Rentals Hallaran: Up to 100 people $250 $300 Adamson: Up to 100 people $375 $445 101 – 300 people $600 $720 301 – 600 people $800 $960 11. Pool Parties Per Person – (2 Hour Period) Pavilion Party (Four-table Limit) $20 12. Junior Lifeguard Program Per Person, Per Session $75 13. Lifeguard Training Fee, Per Person $150 14. WSI Class Fee, Per Person $150 (or $200 with Lifeguard) 15. Summer Day Camp (CSISD) Up to 50% res. rate 16. CPR/First Aid Certification Fee, Per Person $75 17. Transfer/Cancellation Fee for Pool Rentals 1/3 of rental fee *Adamson passes are also valid at Southwood Hallaran pools. FY 2019-2020 LINCOLN CENTER Resident Rate Non Resident Rate Programming 1. After School Program: Youth (17 & Under) (Qualifying Families – low income) $75/sem. $45/sem. $90/sem. $54/sem. Transportation Fee (CSISD to LRC) $45/sem. 2. Summer Program (Per Session) $60 $72 3. Late Pick-up Fee: 1st Fifteen Minutes $5 Each Additional Minute Thereafter $1 4. Membership Pass Adult (18 & over) $10/mo. $12/mo. Resolution No.09-26-19-2d Page 26 of 48 5. Non-Member Guest Pass Per Day (Youth or Adult) $2 $3 6. Pickleball $15 $18 7. Adult Fitness Pass $10/mo. or $100/yr. Facility Rentals 1. Gym Rentals Deposit $350 GOLD GYM $400 PURPLE GYM GOLD GYM - Half Court Rental per Hour (4-Hour Maximum) $50/hr. $60/hr. GOLD GYM - Full Court Rental per Hour (4-Hour Maximum) $75/hr. $90/hr. GOLD GYM - All Day Usage (More than 4 Hours) $350 $420 PURPLE GYM - Half Court Rental per Hour (4-Hour Maximum) $60/hr. $72/hr. PURPLE GYM - Full Court Rental per Hour (4-Hour Maximum) $85/hr. $102/hr. PURPLE GYM - All Day Usage (More than 4 Hours) $360 $432 Concession Usage (Gold Gym ) $30 $36 2. Game Room / Multi-purpose Room Rental Deposit $200 Per Hour (4-Hour minimum) $50/hr. $60/hr. 3. Community Room Rental Deposit $250 Per Hour (2-Hour minimum) $65/hr. $78/hr. Kitchen usage fee $25 $30 4. Activity Room Rental ( Violet, Orchid, Iris) Deposit $200 Per Hour (2-Hour minimum) $60/hr. $72/hr. 5. W.A. Tarrow Covered Basketball Pavilion (100) Deposit $200 $200 Monday – Thursday $150 $180 Friday – Sunday & Holidays $200 $240 6. Gym or Room Cancellation Fee 1/3 of rental 7. After hour rental charge $30 Resolution No.09-26-19-2d Page 27 of 48 FY 2019-2020 SOUTHWOOD CENTER Resident Rate Non Resident Rate Programming 1. Senior Annual Membership Pass $25 $30 2. Non-Member Guest Pass Per Day $2 $3 Facility Rentals 1. Meeting Room Rental, Per Hour, 2 hour minimum $55 $66 Deposit* $200 $200 2. Dance/Game Room Rental, Per Hour, 2 hour minimum $75 $90 Deposit* $200 $200 3. Whole Facility Rental Per Hour, 2 hour minimum (Excludes Computer Lab) $100 $120 Deposit* $200 $200 4. Computer Lab Rental Per Hour, 2 hour minimum $25 $30 5. Room or Rental Cancellation Fee 1/3 of rental * Deposits are refundable if the facility is left clean and damage-free. FY 2019-2020 MEYER COMMUNITY CENTER Resident Rate Non Resident Rate Programming 1. Senior Annual Membership Pass $25 $30 2. Non-Member Guest Pass Per Day $2 $3 Facility Rentals 1. Deposit - all rooms* $200 2. Meeting Room Rental, Per Hour, 2 hour minimum $55 $66 3. Conference Room Rental, Per Hour, 2 hour minimum $35 $42 4. Activity Room Rental, Per Hour, 2 hour minimum $75 $90 5. Arts & Crafts Room Rental, Per Hour, 2 hour minimum $35 $42 * Deposits are refundable if the facility is left clean and damage-free. Resolution No.09-26-19-2d Page 28 of 48 FY 2019-2020 LICK CREEK NATURE CENTER Resident Rate Non Resident Rate Facility Rentals 1. Deposit - all rooms* $200 2. Meeting Room Rental, Per Hour, 2 hour minimum $100 $120 3. Outdoor Classroom, Per Hour, 2 hour minimum $35 $42 4. Amphitheater, Per Hour, 2 hour minimum $25 $30 Resolution No.09-26-19-2d Page 29 of 48 CHAPTER 34: STREETS, SIDEWALKS AND OTHER PUBLIC PLACES 1. Article I. In General a. Sec. 34-2(c). Encroachments upon easements. i. Application fee. An application for a license to encroach shall be accompanied by a non-refundable filing fee as established by City Council resolution in Section 2- 117. - $810.00 b. Sec. 34-4(b). Guidelines for consideration of requests for directional signs in public rights-of-way. i. Any application shall be processed for a fee of $25.00 and shall be filed within the Office of the City Manager. The City Manager shall review the application based upon the criteria in Subsection (a) of this section. In the event the City Manager denies the application, the applicant may appeal the decision to the City Council. Upon receipt of written notice of an appeal from the applicant, the City Secretary shall place the application on the next available Council agenda. 2. Article II. Street, Sidewalk, Right-Of-Way and Driveway Construction and Repair a. Sec. 34-36(b). Driveways. i. The driveway permit fee is established in Section 2-117, which shall be of an amount to cover the cost of licensing and maintaining records. 3. Article III. Right-of-Way Use Division 2. Permit a. Sec. 34-100. Fee. i. The applicant or permit holder shall pay a fee established in Section 2-117 for the right-of-way improvements permit that shall be the same as that charged in Chapter 14, Section of the City of College Station Code of Ordinances as amended from time to time. - $380.00 b. Sec. 34-102(14). Conditions. i. If irrigation and/or electrical lines are to be extended across a paved roadway, the applicant must pay a one-time fee in the amount of $35.00 per square yard of extension area. The extension area is equivalent to three times the yard length to be installed under the roadway. The fee will be waived if the applicant installs sleeves under the pavement and places the irrigation and/or electrical in the sleeves. Resolution No.09-26-19-2d Page 30 of 48 4. Article IV. Utility Right-of-Way Use Division 2. Registration and Construction Permits Subdivision II. Construction Permits a. Sec. 34-190(b). Generally. i. The registration fee of $50.00 will apply to those right-of-way users who do not pay annual blanket right-of-way fees. ii. The construction permit fee of $850.00 will apply to those right-of-way users who do not pay annual blanket right-of-way fees. 5. Article V. Parades and Motorcades Division 2. Permit a. Sec. 34-248. Fee. i. Upon submission of an application, an application fee shall be paid. The application fee shall be set by the City Council by resolution from time-to-time as the Council deems necessary established in Section 2-117. This application fee will not apply to applicants conducting lawful expressions of opinion protected under the First Amendment of the United States Constitution. - $107.00 Resolution No.09-26-19-2d Page 31 of 48 CHAPTER 38: TRAFFIC AND VEHICLES 1. Article II. Stopping, Standing and Parking Division 3. Northgate Area a. Sec. 38-106. Northgate Promenade Parking Lot fee schedule. i. The City Manager or designee may adjust the parking fee up to or below the amounts set below. The following fees established in Section 2-117 shall be charged for the use of a parking space in the Northgate Promenade Parking Lot, located at 310 Church Street. 1. Per hour fee up to $3.50 per hour. 2. Special event fee up to $25.00 per day. 3. Game day fee up to $25.00 per day. b. Sec. 38-107. Northgate Parking Garage fee schedule. i. The City Manager or designee may adjust the parking fee up to or below the amounts established. The following fees established in Section 2-117 shall be charged for the use of a parking space in the Northgate Parking Garage, located at 309 College Main. 1. Per hour fee up to $3.00 per hour. 2. Lost ticket fee up to $25.00 per day. 3. Special event fee up to $25.00 per day. 4. Game day fee up to $25.00 per day. ii. License agreements. The City Manager or designee may enter into license agreements for the use of parking spaces in the Northgate College Main Parking Garage and may charge the following fees established in Section 2-117. 1. Twenty-four-hour—Seven days a week licenses (24/7). Up to $2,000.00 annually, or up to $700.00 per semester or up to $200.00 per month. 2. Daytime licenses. Up to $1,500.00 annually or up to $500.00 per semester or up to $200.00 per month. 3. Charge a non-refundable administrative fee up to $50.00 upon execution of a license agreement to park in the garage. 4. Nighttime licenses. Up to $1,500.00 annually or up to $500.00 per semester or up to $200.00 per month c. Sec. 38-108. Northgate on-street parking fee schedule. i. The City Manager or designee may adjust the parking fee up to or below the amounts set below established. The following fees established in Section 2-117 shall be charged for the use of an on-street parking space provided by the City and adjacent to a parking meter anywhere in the Northgate Area, generally located between South College on the East, Wellborn Road on the West, University Drive on the South and the City limit on the North. 1. Per hour fee up to $3.50 per hour. 2. Special event fee up to $25.00 per day. 3. Game day fee up to $25.00 per day. Resolution No.09-26-19-2d Page 32 of 48 CHAPTER 40: UTILITIES 1. Article I. In General a. Sec. 40-3(c). Creation of municipal utility districts. i. Reimbursement for expenses. 1. Petition to create district. Within 6 months after consent to the creation of a district is given by the City, or within 3 months after the district is created by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality or its successor agency, whichever is later, the owner or the developer of the land within the district must pay the fee established pursuant to Section 2- 117 to reimburse the City for expenses relating to processing the petition to create the district. - $30,260.00 2. Petition to annex or acquire land. To partially reimburse the City for expenses related to a district’s annexation or acquisition of land, the owner or developer of land within the district that has not paid the Council- approved fee to process the petition to create the district must make a one- time payment in the amount established pursuant to Section 2-117 within six months after receiving the City’s consent to annex or after the district acquires land that is not contiguous to the district’s boundaries; or contiguous to the district’s boundaries and greater than 5 acres. - $30,260.00 3. Infrastructure plan review and inspection fee. The infrastructure plan review and inspection fee means the fee established pursuant to Section 2-117 to reimburse the City for engineering and planning fees and expenses related to the City’s review of plans and specification of the district’s facilities; and inspection of the district’s facilities. - 1.5% of infrastructure cost ($600.00 minimum) Resolution No.09-26-19-2d Page 33 of 48 b. Sec. 40-4. Roadway Maintenance Fee. LAND USE/VEHICLE-MILE-EQUIVALENCY TABLE ITE Land Use Code Land Use Category Develop. Unit Veh-Mi Per Dev- Unit Trip Gen Rate (PM) Pass- by Rate Pass-by Source Trip Rate Adj. Trip Length (mi) PORT AND TERMINAL 030 Truck Terminal Acre 26.20 6.55 6.55 4.00 INDUSTRIAL 110 General Light Industrial 1,000 SF GFA 3.88 0.97 0.97 4.00 INDUSTRIAL 120 General Heavy Industrial 1,000 SF GFA 2.72 0.68 0.68 4.00 INDUSTRIAL 130 Industrial Park 1,000 SF GFA 3.40 0.85 0.85 4.00 INDUSTRIAL 150 Warehousing 1,000 SF GFA 1.28 0.32 0.32 4.00 INDUSTRIAL 151 Mini- Warehouse 1,000 SF GFA 1.04 0.26 0.26 4.00 RESIDENTIAL 210 Single-Family Detached Housing Dwelling Unit 4.00 1.00 1.00 4.00 RESIDENTIAL 220 Apartment/M ulti-family Dwelling Unit 2.48 0.62 0.62 4.00 RESIDENTIAL 230 Residential Condominium /Townhome Dwelling Unit 2.08 0.52 0.52 4.00 RESIDENTIAL 240 Mobile Home Park / Manufactured Housing Dwelling Unit 2.36 0.59 0.59 4.00 RESIDENTIAL 251 Senior Adult Housing- Detached Dwelling Unit 1.08 0.27 0.27 4.00 RESIDENTIAL 252 Senior Adult Housing- Attached Dwelling Unit 1.00 0.25 0.25 4.00 RESIDENTIAL 254 Assisted Living Beds 0.88 0.22 0.22 4.00 LODGING 310 Hotel Room 1.20 0.60 0.60 2.00 LODGING 320 Motel / Other Lodging Facilities Room 0.94 0.47 0.47 2.00 RECREATIONAL 432 Golf Driving Range Tee 2.50 1.25 1.25 2.00 RECREATIONAL 430 Golf Course Acre 0.60 0.30 0.30 2.00 RECREATIONAL 495 Recreational Community Center 1,000 SF GFA 5.48 2.74 2.74 2.00 RECREATIONAL 465 Ice Skating Rink 1,000 SF GFA 4.72 2.36 2.36 2.00 RECREATIONAL 431 Miniature Golf Course Hole 0.66 0.33 0.33 2.00 Resolution No.09-26-19-2d Page 34 of 48 ITE Land Use Code Land Use Category Develop. Unit Veh-Mi Per Dev- Unit Trip Gen Rate (PM) Pass- by Rate Pass-by Source Trip Rate Adj. Trip Length (mi) RECREATIONAL 445 Multiplex Movie Theater Screens 27.28 13.64 13.64 2.00 RECREATIONAL 491 Racquet / Tennis Club Court 6.70 3.35 3.35 2.00 INSTITUTIONAL 560 Church 1,000 SF GFA 1.10 0.55 0.55 2.00 INSTITUTIONAL 565 Day Care Center 1,000 SF GFA 13.82 12.34 44% B 6.91 2.00 INSTITUTIONAL 522 Primary/Midd le School (1- 8) Students 0.32 0.16 0.16 2.00 INSTITUTIONAL 530 High School Students 0.26 0.13 0.13 2.00 INSTITUTIONAL 540 Junior / Community College Students 0.24 0.12 0.12 2.00 INSTITUTIONAL 550 University / College Students 0.34 0.17 0.17 2.00 MEDICAL 630 Clinic 1,000 SF GFA 19.53 5.18 5.18 3.77 MEDICAL 610 Hospital 1,000 SF GFA 3.51 0.93 0.93 3.77 MEDICAL 620 Nursing Home Beds 0.83 0.22 0.22 3.77 MEDICAL 640 Animal Hospital/Vete rinary Clinic 1,000 SF GFA 9.90 4.72 30% B 3.30 3.00 OFFICE 714 Corporate Headquarters Building 1,000 SF GFA 5.64 1.41 1.41 4.00 OFFICE 710 General Office Building 1,000 SF GFA 5.96 1.49 1.49 4.00 OFFICE 720 Medical- Dental Office Building 1,000 SF GFA 13.46 3.57 3.57 3.77 OFFICE 715 Single Tenant Office Building 1,000 SF GFA 6.96 1.74 1.74 4.00 OFFICE 750 Office Park 1,000 SF GFA 5.92 1.48 1.48 4.00 COMMERCIAL: Automobile Related 942 Automobile Care Center 1,000 SF Occ. GLA 3.74 3.11 40% B 1.87 2.00 COMMERCIAL: Automobile Related 843 Automobile Parts Sales 1,000 SF GFA 6.82 5.98 43% A 3.41 2.00 COMMERCIAL: Automobile Related 944 Gasoline/Serv ice Station Vehicle Fueling Position 4.82 13.87 42% A 8.04 0.60 COMMERCIAL: Automobile Related 945 Gasoline/Serv ice Station w/ Conv Market Vehicle Fueling Position 3.56 13.51 56% B 5.94 0.60 Resolution No.09-26-19-2d Page 35 of 48 ITE Land Use Code Land Use Category Develop. Unit Veh-Mi Per Dev- Unit Trip Gen Rate (PM) Pass- by Rate Pass-by Source Trip Rate Adj. Trip Length (mi) COMMERCIAL: Automobile Related 946 Gasoline/Serv ice Station w/ Conv Market and Car Wash Vehicle Fueling Position 3.66 13.86 56% A 6.10 0.60 COMMERCIAL: Automobile Related 841 New Car Sales 1,000 SF GFA 4.20 2.62 20% B 2.10 2.00 COMMERCIAL: Automobile Related 941 Quick Lubrication Vehicle Shop Servicing Positions 6.22 5.19 40% B 3.11 2.00 COMMERCIAL: Automobile Related 947 Self-Service Car Wash Stall 1.99 5.54 40% B 3.32 0.60 COMMERCIAL: Automobile Related 948 Automated Car Wash Stall 5.08 14.12 40% B 8.47 0.60 COMMERCIAL: Automobile Related 848 Tire Store 1,000 SF GFA 5.98 4.15 28% A 2.99 2.00 COMMERCIAL: Dining 934 Fast Food Restaurant with Drive- Thru Window 1,000 SF GFA 32.66 32.65 50% A 16.33 2.00 COMMERCIAL: Dining 933 Fast Food Restaurant without Drive-Thru Window 1,000 SF GFA 26.16 26.15 50% B 13.08 2.00 COMMERCIAL: Dining 932 High Turnover (Sit- Down) Restaurant 1,000 SF GFA 11.22 9.85 43% A 5.61 2.00 COMMERCIAL: Dining 931 Quality Restaurant 1,000 SF GFA 8.38 7.49 44% A 4.19 2.00 COMMERCIAL: Dining 937 Coffee/Donut Shop with Drive-Thru Window 1,000 SF GFA 25.68 42.80 70% A 12.84 2.00 COMMERCIAL: Other Retail 815 Free-Standing Discount Store 1,000 SF GFA 6.98 4.98 30% C 3.49 2.00 COMMERCIAL: Other Retail 817 Nursery (Garden Center) 1,000 SF GFA 9.72 6.94 30% B 4.86 2.00 COMMERCIAL: Other Retail 862 Home Improvement Superstore 1,000 SF GFA 2.42 2.33 48% A 1.21 2.00 COMMERCIAL: Other Retail 880 Pharmacy/Dr ugstore w/o Drive-Thru Window 1,000 SF GFA 7.90 8.40 53% A 3.95 2.00 COMMERCIAL: Other Retail 881 Pharmacy/Dr ugstore w/ Drive-Thru Window 1,000 SF GFA 10.10 9.91 49% A 5.05 2.00 COMMERCIAL: Other Retail 820 Shopping Center 1,000 SF GLA 4.90 3.71 34% A 2.45 2.00 Resolution No.09-26-19-2d Page 36 of 48 ITE Land Use Code Land Use Category Develop. Unit Veh-Mi Per Dev- Unit Trip Gen Rate (PM) Pass- by Rate Pass-by Source Trip Rate Adj. Trip Length (mi) COMMERCIAL: Other Retail 850 Supermarket 1,000 SF GFA 12.14 9.48 36% A 6.07 2.00 COMMERCIAL: Other Retail 864 Toy/Children' s Superstore 1,000 SF GFA 6.98 4.99 30% B 3.49 2.00 COMMERCIAL: Other Retail 875 Department Store 1,000 SF GFA 2.62 1.87 30% B 1.31 2.00 COMMERCIAL: Other Retail 896 Video Rental Store 1,000 SF GFA 13.60 13.60 50% B 6.80 2.00 SERVICES 911 Walk-In Bank 1,000 SF GFA 12.38 12.13 40% B 7.28 1.70 SERVICES 912 Drive-In Bank Drive-in Lanes 29.95 33.24 47% A 17.62 1.70 SERVICES 918 Hair Salon 1,000 SF GLA 1.73 1.45 30% B 1.02 1.70 ROADWAY MAINTENANCE FEE SCHEDULE The roadway maintenance fees in this section are adjusted annually based upon the Consumer Price Index published by the U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics. Vehicle Miles Traveled Monthly Charge Nonresidential Tier I 0 - 23.99 $18.20 Tier II 24.00 - 43.99 $40.80 Tier III 43.99 - 90.99 $78.80 Tier IV 91.00 - 223.99 $160.80 Tier V 224.00+ $263.80 Residential Single Family Flat Fee/Dwelling Unit $8.20 Multi-Family Flat Fee/Dwelling Unit $6.40 c. Sec. 40-11. Payment of bills. i. Payments must be received at the Utility Customer Service Office on or before the due date to avoid late charges. Payments received after the due date will be assessed a penalty equaling ten percent of the current monthly charges with a minimum charge of $3.00. d. Sec. 40-12. Returned check fee. i. A fee of $25.00 will be charged for each returned check used to pay any amount on a utility account. This fee is in addition to other fees owed to the City for utility services. ii. Credit Card Charge Back Fee - $25.00 Resolution No.09-26-19-2d Page 37 of 48 e. Sec. 40-13(b). Disconnection and reconnections. i. A $25.00 delinquent fee will be charged on each residential account. ii. A $150.00 delinquent fee will be charged on each commercial account. f. Sec. 40-15. Account creation or Reactivation fee. i. All customers creating a utility account or opening additional account numbers shall pay a fee for creating a utility account, regardless the number of services provided by the City. Account creation fee: $30.00. 2. Article II. Water and Sewer Service Division 2. Rates, Usage Charges and Fees a. Sec. 40-63. Reserved for future use. b. Sec. 40-64. Rates for water service. i. All retail customers using water shall have a monthly service charge based on the water meter size and a monthly usage charge as follows: ii. Service charge: established in Section 2-117. Meter Size Service Charge 1. ¾ inch $12.40 per month 2. 1 inch $15.60 per month 3. 1.5 inch $23.20 per month 4. 2 inch $36.65 per month 5. 3 inch $115.60 per month 6. 4 inch $171.75 per month 7. 6 inch $209.10 per month 8. 8 inch $209.10 per month iii. Residential usage charge: Defined to be a domestic meter or irrigation meter serving a residence with one or two living units: 1. $2.75 per 1,000 gallons for usage from 0—10,000 gallons 2. $3.60 per 1,000 gallons for usage from 11,000—15,000 gallons 3. $4.40 per 1,000 gallons for usage from 16,000—20,000 gallons 4. $5.20 per 1,000 gallons for usage from 21,000—25,000 gallons 5. $6.05 per 1,000 gallons for usage of 26,000 gallons and more iv. Commercial usage charge: Defined to be a meter serving three or more living units or any commercial location, providing water for domestic usage: 1. $3.05 per 1,000 gallons v. Commercial irrigation usage charge: Defined to be a meter serving a commercial customer dedicated for non-domestic usage: 1. $3.25 per 1,000 gallons vi. Residential and Commercial customers in Brazos County Municipal Utility District #1: All rates as above, with an added 50% surcharge 1. Residential Rates- a. $4.15– first 0-10 mgw b. $5.40 – next 11-15mgw c. $6.60 – next 16-20 mgw Resolution No.09-26-19-2d Page 38 of 48 d. $7.85 – next 21-25 mgw e. $9.10 – all over 26+ mgw 2. Commercial Rates a. $4.55 – per mgw b. $18.65 – monthly service charge ¾ or 5/8” c. $23.40 – monthly service charge 1” d. $34.80 – monthly service charge 1.5” e. $54.95 – monthly service charge 2” f. $173.45 – monthly service charge 3” g. $257.65 – monthly service charge 4” h. $313.65 – monthly service charge 6” c. Sec. 40-65. Rates for sewerage service. i. For customers using sewerage service for household purposes, where City water service is provided with a meter for each residential unit, the monthly charges shall be as follows: 1. Service charge: $21.29 for first 4,000 gallons of water metered. 2. Usage charge: $4.26 per 1,000 gallons of water usage for the next 5,000 gallons of water metered. 3. Maximum billing: $46.87cap for metered water is 10,000 gallons. ii. For customers using sewerage service for household purposes, multifamily residences with kitchen facilities in each residential unit where water service is provided without a meter for each residential unit shall pay a monthly charge per household unit as $27.09. iii. For customers using sewerage service for household purposes, multifamily residences with more than 50 units without kitchen facilities in each unit shall pay a monthly charge per household unit of $16.91. iv. For customers using sewerage service for household purposes, multifamily residences having 50 residential units or less without kitchen facilities in each residential unit, where water service is provided without a meter for each residential unit such as, but not limited to, fraternity houses, sorority houses, boarding houses and privately owned student dorms, the monthly charges shall be as follows: 1. Service charge as $18.27per month. 2. Usage charge as $4.26per 1,000 gallons of water usage. v. For customers using sewerage service for commercial, industrial, or institutional business establishments, the monthly charges shall be as follows: 1. Service charge as $18.27 per month. 2. Usage charge as $5.07 per 1,000 gallons of water usage. vi. For customers outside the City water service area (where City water meters do not exist), using City sewerage service for commercial, industrial, or institutional business establishments the customer will be charged a monthly rate, based on average rounded water use for the previous 12 months, the monthly charges shall be as follows: 1. Service charge as $18.27 per month. Resolution No.09-26-19-2d Page 39 of 48 2. Usage charge as $5.07 per 1,000 gallons of water usage, based on average monthly water use for the previous 12 months. vii. For customers outside the City water service area (where City water meters do not exist), using City sewerage service for household purposes, the customer will be charged the monthly rate as set out in section 2-1 for 10,000 gallons per month, unless the customer establishes, as determined by the City Manager, that the average rounded water usage is less than 9,001 gallons per month in which case the customer will be charged the following amount: 1. 0—5,000 gallons per month $21.29 2. 5,001—7,000 gallons per month $29.81 3. 7,001—9,000 gallons per month $38.34 4. 9,001—10,000 > gallons per month $46.87 viii. For customers where sewerage service is provided through a satellite wastewater treatment plant not connected to the City's main sewer collection and treatment system (typically outside the corporate limits of the City) the monthly charge per residential unit is as $51.50. ix. All customers receiving sewer service under contract where the sewer rates are not addressed in the contract shall pay 1.15 times the amounts set forth above. x. Residential and Commercial customers in Brazos County Municipal Utility District #1: All rates as above, with an added 50% surcharge. d. Sec. 40-66. Water and sewer service connection fees, and sewer inspection fees. i. Fee for water service connection. The City will charge a service charge to all customers connecting to the water system within or outside the corporate limits of the City. The service charge will be based on water meter size. 1. The water service connection fee shall apply to all connections to the water system, including meter set-ins. The service charge for water connection is: Meter Size Charge a. ¾ inch $643.42 b. 1 inch $783.34 c. 1 ½ inch $2,121.06 d. 2 inch $3,138.66 2. For three-inch and larger water meters, a $100.00 service charge will be assessed and includes only an inspection fee. Meters of this size must be purchased by the developer that meet current City specifications. The developer is responsible for contracting a licensed/bonded contractor, acquiring applicable permits to install the service connection in accordance with City specifications, and is to be inspected by the City before meter is placed into service. ii. Fee for sewer service connection. All customers connecting to the sewerage system within or outside the corporate limits of the City will have a service charge based on sewer connection size. Sewer Connection Size Charge a. 4 inch / RESIDENTIAL $350.00 b. 6 inch / NONRESIDENTIAL $100.00 Resolution No.09-26-19-2d Page 40 of 48 e. Sec. 40-67. Fire flow testing. i. For customers requesting a fire flow test on the existing City water system, an additional charge established in Section 2-117 will be assessed as described herein. 1. Fire Flow Test Fee: $100.00 per tested hydrant. Division 6. Cross-Connection Control and Backflow Prevention f. Sec. 40-244. Cross-connection control program fees. i. Backflow prevention assembly registration fee. There is a non-refundable registration fee for each nonresidential backflow prevention assembly device of $25.00 per each separate device. ii. Certified backflow prevention device tester registration fee. Annual r egistration fee for approved testers shall be a non-refundable fee of $50.00. iii. Testing form booklet fee. The fee for a testing form booklet of 30 test forms shall be $25.00 each. Other forms may be used with prior approval from the City. iv. Deposit fee for fire hydrant water meter with backflow prevention device. There shall be a refundable deposit fee for fire hydrant meters with backflow prevention devices of $1,000.00. This fee shall be refunded when the meter/device is returned in good working order. v. Fire Hydrant Meter Connection Fee - $400.00 3. Article III. Electric System Division 2. Rate Schedules a. Sec. 40-315. Electric Rate Schedule R (residential customers). • Rate: • Service charge, $7.00 per month; plus: • Energy charge, $0.1169 per kWh for all kWh, except $0.1123 per kWh for all kWh in the billing months of November through April. • Transmission Delivery Adjustment - $.005 per kWh. • Wind Watts Wind Energy Rate: This optional service is available to customers on a first come, first served basis subject to the available supply. • 10% participation: $0.1174 per kWh for all kWh, except $0.1128 per kWh for all kWh in the billing months of November through April. • 50% participation: $0.1194 per kWh for all kWh, except $0.1148 per kWh for all kWh in the billing months of November through April. • 100% participation: $0.1219 per kWh for all kWh, except $0.1173 per kWh for all kWh in the billing months of November through April. b. Sec. 40-316. Electric Rate Schedule R-1 (master metered residential units). • Rate: • Service charge, $100 per month; plus: • $0.1169 per kWh for all kWh, except, 0.1123 per kWh for all kWh in the billing months of November through April. • Transmission Delivery Adjustment - $.005 per kWh Resolution No.09-26-19-2d Page 41 of 48 • Wind Watts Wind Energy Rate: This optional service is available to customers on a first come, first served basis subject to the available supply. • 10% participation: $0.1174 per kWh for all kWh, except $0.1128 per kWh for all kWh in the billing months of November through April. • 50%participation: $0.1194 per kWh for all kWh, except $0.1148 per kWh for all kWh in the billing months of November through April. • 100% participation: $0.1219 per kWh for all kWh, except $0.1173 per kWh for all kWh in the billing months of November through April. c. Sec. 40-317. Electric Rate Schedule SC (small commercial customers). • Rate: 1. Service charge. $9.00 per month; plus 2. Energy charge. First 1,000 kWh $0.1344 per kWh, $0.1028 per kWh for all kWh over 1000. 3. Transmission Delivery Adjustment - $.005 per kWh • Wind Watts Wind Energy Rate: This optional service is available to customers on a first come, first served basis subject to the available supply. 1. 10% participation: First 1,000 kWh $0.1349, $0.1033 all additional kWh 2. 50% participation: First 1,000 kWh $0.1369, $0.1053 all additional kWh 3. 100% participation: First 1,000 kWh $0.1394, $0.1078 all additional kWh d. Sec. 40-318. Electric Rate Schedule LP-1 (medium commercial customers). i. Rate: 1. Service charge. $25.00 per month; plus 2. Demand charge. $10.40 per kW of monthly billing demand; plus 3. Energy charge. $0.0729 per kWh for all kWh. 4. Transmission Delivery Adjustment - $.005 per kWh ii. Minimum monthly charge. The minimum monthly charge under this rate schedule shall be the highest one of the following charges: 1. $181.00 - per month, plus applicable transmission delivery adjustment on the kilowatt-hours used. 2. The sum of service, demand and energy charges under the above rate, plus applicable transmission delivery adjustment on the kilowatt-hours used. 3. The minimum monthly charge specified in the customer's service contract with the City, plus applicable transmission delivery adjustment on the kilowatt-hours used. iii. Wind Watts Wind Energy Rate: This optional service is available to customers on a first come, first served basis subject to the available supply. 1. 10% participation: $0.0734/kWh 2. 50% participation: $0.0754/kWh 3. 100% participation: $0.0779/kWh e. Sec. 40-319. Electric Rate Schedule LP-2 (large commercial). i. Rate: 1. Service charge: $75.00 per month; plus Resolution No.09-26-19-2d Page 42 of 48 2. Demand charge: $10.40 per kW of monthly billing demand; plus 3. Energy Charge: $0.0703 per kWh for all kWh ii. Minimum monthly charge. The minimum monthly charge under this rate schedule shall be the highest one of the following charges: 1. $3,195.00 per month, plus applicable transmission delivery adjustment on the kilowatt-hours used. 2. The sum of service, demand and energy charges under the above rate, plus applicable transmission delivery adjustment on the kilowatt-hours used. 3. The minimum monthly charge specified in the customer's service contract with the City, plus applicable transmission delivery adjustment on the kilowatt-hours used. iii. The applicable rate schedule demand charges shall be replaced by the following on-peak/off-peak rates: 1. On-peak demand charge: $6.65; plus 2. Off-peak demand charge: $3.75. iv. Wind Watts Wind Energy Rate: This optional service is available to customers on a first come, first served basis subject to the available supply. 1. 10%: $0.0708/kWh 2. 50%: $0.0728/kWh 3. 100%: $0.0753/kWh f. Sec. 40-320. Electric rate Schedule LP-3 (industrial and institutional). i. Rate: 1. Service charge: $250.00 per month; plus 2. Demand charge: $9.85 per kW of monthly billing demand; plus 3. Energy charge: $0.0682 per kWh for all kWh. ii. Minimum monthly charge. The minimum monthly charge under this rate schedule shall be the highest of the following charges: 1. $15,034.85 per month, plus applicable transmission delivery adjustment on the kilowatt-hours used. 2. The sum of service, demand and energy charges under the above rate, plus applicable transmission delivery adjustment on the kilowatt-hours used. 3. The minimum monthly charge specified in the customer's service contract with the City, plus applicable transmission delivery adjustment on the kilowatt-hours used. iii. The applicable rate schedule demand charges shall be replaced by the on- peak/off-peak rates established in Section 2-117. 1. On-Peak Demand Charge: $6.65, plus 2. Off-Peak Demand Charge: $3.75 iv. Wind Watts Wind Energy Rate: This optional service is available to customers on a first come, first served basis subject to the available supply. 1. 10% participation: $0.0687/kWh 2. 50% participation: $0.0707/kWh 3. 100% participation: $0.0732/kWh Resolution No.09-26-19-2d Page 43 of 48 g. Sec. 40-321. Electric Rate Schedule SL (security lights). i. The rates per month per light are established in Section 2-117. 1. 100 Watt (or equivalent) $11.25 2. 200 Watt (or equivalent) $16.50 3. 400 Watt (or equivalent) $33.00 h. Sec. 40-323. Electric Rate Schedule PQF. i. Rate. The City will pay the QF producer for all power purchased at the following rates: 1. Capacity. No payment shall be made, except by separate firm power contract between the producer and the City. 2. Energy. The metered output from the producer will be purchased at a rate equal to the City's total energy and transmission delivery cost divided by the total kilowatt-hours purchased, as calculated from the most recent wholesale power bill. In the event that the producer exercises the option to sell power to the City, there will be assessed, in addition to the minimum monthly bill requirements under the applicable service rate schedule, a customer service charge of $15.00 per month to cover costs realized for metering, billing, maintenance, administrative, and other expenses necessary to maintain service to the QF. i. Sec. 40-325. Electric Rate Schedule SRE. i. Rate. In a billing month after the retail customer receives approval to interconnect their on-site generating system to the City s electric distribution system, the customer will be billed: 1. Based upon their current electric service rate for the kilowatt-hours used from the City s electric distribution system. The excess kilowatt- hours that are passed back to the system from their on-site generation will be purchased at a rate equal to the average base wholesale kilowatt-hour energy cost for power paid by the City. This average base wholesale kilowatt-hour energy cost will be calculated based upon the past years average wholesale cost and will be updated once a year (in October) to update this value. 2. The calculated amount for the excess kilowatt-hours passed back to the system will be credited to the current balance of the retail customer s utility account. If a credit exists at any time on the account, the customer may request in writing a refund for the credit amount. If the customer closes the account with a credit remainder in their account, they will be refunded this amount. Resolution No.09-26-19-2d Page 44 of 48 4. Article IV. Solid Waste Collection and Disposal Division 2. Waste Collection Generally The solid waste collection and disposal fees in this section are adjusted annually based upon the Consumer Price Index published by the U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics. a. Sec. 40-389. Residential collection generally. i. Any customer generating more waste than one container will hold may request an additional container and shall pay an additional fee as established in Section 2- 117. - $11.60 b. Sec. 40-391. Commercial collection. i. If a container is unserviceable, such as being blocked or containing prohibited items, the City truck shall return to empty the container only after the container is clear from other vehicles and/or prohibited items are removed from the container for a fee as established in Section 2-117. - $10.40 c. Sec. 40-395. Unprepared solid waste. i. The City's Sanitation Division shall cause the clean-up of the improperly or unprepared waste, litter or debris that constitutes a health or nuisance to the community. The fee established in Section 2-117 or the actual cost of cleanup, whichever is greater, shall be paid by the responsible party. - $68.20 d. Sec. 40-399. Small animals. i. Upon notice, the City will remove and dispose of small dead animals, including, but not limited to, dogs, cats, chickens, ducks and geese, either from private property or public rights-of-way, excluding animal clinics. - $20.70 ii. Customers requesting removal from private property shall place the animal in a plastic bag and place the bag curbside before notification of pick up. Removal and disposal of small dead animals from private animal clinics shall be for a fee as established in Section 2-117. - $20.70 Division 4. Rates and Charges e. Sec. 40-495. Generally. i. Solid waste collection rates are applied based on both the method and number of services provided. Except as otherwise provided in this division, the charges for solid waste collection and disposal shall be assessed according to the following schedule: $16.50 Each single family detached residential unit or residential units in a building with less than a total of four attached residential units in a complex where each residential unit has been assigned a seventy (70) gallon automated solid waste container and provided with garbage, rubbish, brush and recycling collection once weekly. Resolution No.09-26-19-2d Page 45 of 48 $11.60 Additional monthly fee for each residential unit that has been assigned more than one seventy (70) gallon automated solid waste container. This rate shall be assessed for each additional container utilized. $16.50 Each residential unit in a building with less than a total of four attached residential units in a complex that has been assigned a shared three hundred (300) gallon or larger automated solid waste collection container, that has not been identified as a multifamily apartment complex by the City, and provided with twice per week garbage collection, once per week curbside recycling collection and once per week rubbish/brush collection. $7.70 Each residential unit in a building with a total of four or more attached residential units in a complex that has been identified as a multifamily apartment complex by the City, and is assigned a large solid waste container shared by multiple residential units for garbage collection only. Service will be provided twice weekly. Fraternities, Sororities, Privately owned Student Dorms, and customers within a residential and mixed use location shall not be assessed this rate, and will be charged according to the variable commercial collection rates listed in paragraph (2) below. $15.40 Minimum monthly charge for small businesses that jointly use a commercial-type refuse container without causing a health, sanitation or litter problem. f. Sec. 40-496. Commercial collection rates. i. The monthly per container garbage collection and disposal charge for commercial locations shall be based on container size, number of containers utilized and frequency of collection per week. Container Size Frequency of Collection Monthly Rate Ninety gallon automated 1 $18.60 2 $38.20 3 $56.80 4 $74.40 5 $93.00 6 $109.50 300/400 gallon automated or two cubic yard non compactor 1 $136.40 2 $179.70 3 $219.00 4 $258.30 5 $299.60 6 $347.10 Four cubic yard non compactor 1 $171.50 2 $227.30 3 $279.90 4 $339.90 Resolution No.09-26-19-2d Page 46 of 48 5 $398.70 6 $450.40 Eight cubic yard non compactor 1 $210.70 2 $292.30 3 $373.90 4 $453.50 5 $536.10 6 $614.60 Two cubic yard compactor 1 $142.60 2 $283.00 3 $425.60 4 $567.10 5 $706.60 6 $849.10 Four cubic yard compactor 1 $190.10 2 $382.20 3 $572.30 4 $763.40 5 $955.50 6 $1146.60 Six cubic yard compactor 1 $256.20 2 $515.50 3 $772.70 4 $1029.90 5 $1286.10 6 $1543.30 Sec. 40-497. Additional charges. ii. The following Additional charges established in Section 2-117 will be assessed and collected upon the performance of the following described service or the occurrence of the described use or condition: 1. Per cycle fee for usage of the Northgate Promenade Commercial Compactor. The minimum monthly charge as described in Section 40-495 for small businesses that jointly use a commercial-type refuse container will apply until usage exceeds five cycles per calendar month. - $17.80- plus $3.70 per access after six or more times to access 2. Daily rental fee for the use of any City-owned, 20 cubic yard roll-off container. - $3.90 3. Daily rental fee for the use of any City-owned, 30 cubic yard roll-off container. - $4.20 4. Daily rental fee for the use of any City-owned, 40 cubic yard roll-off container. - $4.40 5. Per carcass fee for 1 to 19 animal carcasses collected from a commercial veterinarian, plus a flat rate service charge of $20.70. The flat rate service charge is waived for 20 or more animal carcasses collected at one time. Resolution No.09-26-19-2d Page 47 of 48 6. Additional fee for collection service requested by customer in addition to the scheduled service on a 90-gallon container. - $13.60 7. Additional fee for any location (other than residential) where the container was blocked and the collection vehicle must return to provide service. - $20.50 8. Additional fee for collection service requested by customer in addition to the scheduled service on a 300-gallon or 400-gallon container. - $26.90 9. Additional fee for delivery and set-up on any City-owned, roll-off container. - $39.20 10. Additional fee for collection service requested by customer in addition to the scheduled service on a two cubic yard container. - $26.90 11. Additional fee for collection service requested by customer in addition to the scheduled service on a two cubic yard compactor. - $34.10 12. Additional fee for collection service requested by customer in addition to the scheduled service on a four cubic yard container. - $41.30 13. Additional fee for collection service requested by customer in addition to the scheduled service on a four cubic yard compactor. - $47.80 14. Additional fee for collection service requested by customer in addition to the scheduled service on an eight-cubic yard container. - $54.70 15. Additional fee for collection service requested by customer in addition to the scheduled service on a six cubic yard compactor. - $62.00 16. Unprepared solid waste minimum charge. - $68.20 17. All roll-off container service per load plus current per-ton landfill charge. - $181.80 5. Article V. Drainage Utility The drainage utility fees in this section are adjusted annually based upon the Consumer Price Index published by the U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics . a. Sec. 40-524. Rates. i. All charges shall be made in accordance with the classification of properties by the following categories: 1. Residential service shall be charged on the basis of a set fee per residential unit. a. Each single-family detached residential unit and each duplex residential unit: $6.00 per month. b. Each residential unit with two or more attached residential units and all residential units in a complex identified as a multifamily apartment complex: $2.70 per month. 2. All other lots, tracts and parcels of land within the City shall be considered and charged on the basis of commercial use in accordance with the schedule of drainage charges established in Section 2-117 which are hereby levied against all such remaining lots, tract or parcels of land within the City unless covered by exemptions listed herein. Commercial service shall be calculated on the basis of building square footage. $2.80/1,000 sq. ft. per month. Resolution No.09-26-19-2d Page 48 of 48 CHAPTER 103: BUILDINGS AND BUILDING REGULATIONS 1. Article V. Single-Family and Duplex Unit Rental Registration a. Sec. 103-242(d). Registration required. i. A fee established of $15.00 shall be assessed per building at the time of any required registration. .