City of Englewood, NJ
Bergen County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the City Council of the City of Englewood 2-16-2010 by Ord. No. 10-02. Amendments noted where applicable.]

§ 191-1 Annual nature of fees.

All dollar amounts are annual unless otherwise indicated.

§ 191-2 Animal licenses.

Type of License
Fee
Code Reference
Dog license:
§ 106-3
Spayed or neutered dog, as certified by a licensed veterinarian (one-year license)
$8
Dogs not certified as spayed or neutered (one-year license)
$12
Cat license:
Spayed or neutered cat (one-year license)
$6
Unspayed or unneutered cat (one-year license)
$11
Late fee for animal license:
After March 1
$10
After April 1
$15
After May 1
$20
Kennel or pet shop license
$50
§ 106-13

§ 191-3 Fire protection subcode permit fees. [1]

Description
Fee
Protection signaling devices:
For the first 15 devices
$100
Each additional 5 devices
$35
Pneumatic circuits:
For the first 15 devices
$100
Each additional circuit
$5
Solid fuel heating appliance, each unit (fireplace, wood/coal)
$75
Hot water heaters over 99,000 BTUs
$100
Fire service mains:
1 to 4 inches
$300
More than 4 inches
$400
Fire hydrants, each
$100
Each individual pre-engineered system
$200
Stand pipes, per riser, computed on the basis of pipe width as follows:
Up to 2 1/2 inches
$300
Over 2 1/2 to 4 inches
$400
Over 4 to 6 inches
$550
Over 6 inches
$750
Fire pumps, each
$250
Sprinkler systems, computed on the basis of the number of sprinkler heads as follows:
1 to 25 heads
$125
26 to 75 heads
$200
76 to 100 heads
$300
101 to 200 heads
$450
Over 201 heads
$1,000
Central control station
$125
Manual fire alarm system
$100
Automatic fire alarm system
$350
Fire alarm control panel (commercial)
$300
Smoke control system
$200
Fireplace/metal chimney liners
$75
Fired appliance gas/oil
$75
Other fire protection equipment:
Dry chemical systems
$200
Carbon dioxide systems
$150
Halon systems
$150
Foam systems
$150
Commercial kitchen hoods/ducts exhaust, each
$150
Hot tar kettle (roof)
$100
Minimum fee
$100
[1]
Editor's Note: See Ch. 167, Construction Codes, Uniform.

§ 191-4 Landlord/tenant matters. [1]

[Amended 4-3-2012 by Ord. No. 12-10]
Description
Fee
Capital improvement determination request
$50
Capital improvement increase application:
1 to 10 units
$120
Over 10 units
$120 plus $10 for each unit over 10
Class actions
$10 plus $2 for each member
Hardship increase application:
1 to 10 units
$250
Over 10 units
$250 plus $10 for each unit over 10
Intent to convert to condo or co-op
$350
Protected tenancy appeal, per unit
$25
Other appeals and applications not specified above, per unit
$10
Multiple dwelling license (§ 325-20D):
3 to 50 units, per unit
$6
51+ units, each additional unit
$3
[1]
Editor's Note: See Ch. 325, Rental Property, Art. VII, Rent Leveling.

§ 191-5 Liquor licenses. [1]

[Amended 6-14-2011 by Ord. No. 11-06]
Type of License
Fee
Plenary retail consumption
$2,500
Plenary retail distribution
$2,340
Limited retail distribution
$63
Club
$188
[1]
Editor's Note: See Ch. 94, Alcoholic Beverages, § 94-2.

§ 191-6 Miscellaneous.

[Amended 10-5-2010 by Ord. No. 10-32; 4-3-2012 by Ord. No. 12-10; 4-24-2012 by Ord. No. 12-14]
Description
Fee
Code Reference
Arcade games, annual for one game
$150, plus $50 for each additional game
Auctioneer:
Auction sale permit, per year
$250
Additional fee for each person or employee in excess of 2 engaged or employed by or on behalf of the corporate licensee
$10
§ 112-3F
License application
$0
§ 112-3A
Barbershop/beauty parlor, per shop
$30
Bingo/raffles
State statute
Ch. 100, Arts. VI and VII
Bowling alleys, per lane
$25
Ch. 100, Art. V
Circuses, per day
$150
Ch. 100, Art. I
Copies of all other documents, papers, and City records for which no fee provision is made:
Letter-sized pages and smaller, per page
$0.05
Legal-sized pages and larger, per page
$0.07
Electronic records (i.e., records sent via e-mail and fax)
No charge
Providing records in another medium (i.e., computer disc, CD-ROM, DVD)
Actual cost to provide
Distress auction sale:
§ 334-9
License, per day
$120
Renewal, per day
$25
Dry cleaners:
§ 254-2E
License
$75 per location
Per machine
$25
Emergency inspections (including Health Department inspections of food establishments):
Weekdays, for an inspection requiring up to 4 hours)
$75
Per each hour or part thereof in excess of 4 hours
$25
Saturdays, Sundays and holidays, for an inspection requiring up to 4 hours
$100
Per each hour or part thereof in excess of 4 hours
$25
Filming permit:
§ 197-8
Per location per day on private property
$300
Per location per day on public property
$600
Flood zone certification
$15
Ch. 222
Garbage pickup, rear yard, per quarter
$50
Garage sales and flea markets
$10 per permit (2 days)
Gasoline pump license:
$30 plus $25 per pump
Golf course:
§ 100-11
Full
$100
Miniature
$25
Ice cream peddlers:
Per vehicle
$250
Per salesperson
$50
Landscaper permit, per year
$50
Laundries, per machine
$12
Limousine license, per company
$50
Maps:
Zoning/land use, each map
$3
Election, each map
$3
Marriage/civil union ceremonies, maximum/not to exceed
$150
Mechanical amusement device, per device
$300
§ 100-44
Outdoor café/seating license
$150
§ 180-16
Parking lot annual permit fee, per space per month
$60
Ch. 25, Art. XIII
Parking meters, per half hour
$0.25
§ 25-33
Peddlers:
§ 311-9B
Per year, per vehicle
$50
Each additional vehicle, per year
$10
Permanent exhibits, per year
$100
§ 100-7
Pool halls (table fee), per table per year
$75
§ 100-27
Private scavengers, per vehicle
$50
Registration of contractors
$50
§ 172-3A
Rooming house:
§ 317-43
License
$50
Per room
$5
Selling or buying gold/silver, for each premises on which the licensed activity is to be conducted
$50
§ 232-2
Solicitors, per year, per each license
$50
Taxicabs and drivers, license
§ 393-9
Per vehicle
$25
Per driver
$20
Per license transfer (vehicle)
$8
Replacement license (vehicle and/or driver)
$5
Temporary encumbrance of right-of-way (dumpster, construction, etc.)
$20 per week plus $10 per day per parking meter, if applicable
Tow companies, per application
$175
§ 410-10
Transient vendor
$500
§ 311-18
Traveling theater, per day
$50
§ 100-3
Vital statistics (emergency issue of records/licenses, per call-in)
$100

§ 191-7 Municipal land use. [1]

Description
Fee
All applications (other than major subdivisions)
$600
Major subdivision application
$1,000
Deposit for engineering, legal, and planning review:
Site plan
$2,500 plus $500 per acre above 1 acre
Use variance
$1,000 (in addition to site plan)
"C" variance (except single-family residential)
$1,000 (in addition to site plan)
Single-family residential "C" variance:
New house
$1,800
Addition
$1,200
Pool, tennis court
$1,200
Subdivision:
Minor
$1,800
Major
$2,500 plus $500 per lot
List of property owners
$10
Certificate of approval of subdivision
$10
Per continuation thereof within 3 years from date of original certificate
$2
[1]
Editor's Note: See Ch. 250, Land Use, § 250-8, Fees.

§ 191-8 Municipal Court.

[Amended 6-22-2010 by Ord. No. 10-12; 4-3-2012 by Ord. No. 12-10]
Description
Fee
Disposition sheets, per page
$3
Parking summons
$30
Parking in handicap space without permit
$250
Costs for contested cases
$25

§ 191-9 Parking lots. [1]

[Amended 4-3-2012 by Ord. No. 12-10]
Type
Fee
South Dean Street Parking Garage, Lot A:
For the first hour, per hour
$0.50
Per hour thereafter
$1
For monthly spaces used by commuters, per month
$85
For monthly spaces used by those who work in Central Business District, per month
$60
Lost daily tickets
Maximum fee
Lost monthly permits
$10
After 5:00 p.m., flat fee
$5
Depot Square Plaza, East Palisade Avenue, Lot B:
For monthly spaces used by commuters, per month
$85
For monthly spaces used by those who work in the Central Business District, per month
$60
Lost monthly permits
$10
North Dean Street, Lot C:
For monthly spaces used by commuters, per month
$85
For monthly spaces used by those who work in the Central Business District, per month
$60
Lost monthly permits
$10
Bergen Street, Lot E:
For monthly spaces used by commuters, per month
$85
For monthly spaces used by those who work in Central Business District, per month
$60
Lost tickets
Maximum fee
Towne Center, Lot N:
For monthly spaces used by those who work in Central Business District, per month
$60
Lost monthly permits
$10
[1]
Editor's Note: See Ch. 25, Traffic and Parking, Art. 13, Municipal Parking Lots.

§ 191-10 Planning and engineering.

[Amended 6-14-2010 by Ord. No. 11-06; 4-3-2012 by Ord. No. 12-10; 4-24-2012 by Ord. No. 12-14; 2-25-2014 by Ord. No. 14-05]
Description
Fee
Code Reference
Bond requirements:
Minimum
$100
Concrete curb, per linear foot
$15
Concrete curb and gutter, per linear foot
$20
Sidewalk 5 feet, per square foot
$5
Concrete sidewalk 7 feet, per square foot
$6
Concrete pavement, per square foot
$8
Asphalt concrete base, per square foot
$9
Asphalt stone base, per square foot
$8
Unimproved and planted areas
$4 per square foot; minimum fee $120
Utilities
$500
Utilities (PSE&G)
    Per roadway excavation
$350
    Per lineal foot of pipe installation
$3
Engineering review, per hour
$120
Excavations and installation of facilities:
Permit
$50 plus bond for inspection
§ 380-14
Inspection, per hour
$120
Inspection fees:
Engineer, per hour
$120
Engineering staff, per hour
$120
Legal fees, per hour
$125
Moving of structure
$100 per $1,000 of moving cost
Sewers:
§ 342-37
Connection to sanitary sewer (residential)
$35
§ 342-35
Connection to sanitary sewer (industrial/commercial)
$100
§ 342-35
Connection to storm facilities
$150
Disconnection from sanitary sewer
$20
§ 342-36
Sludge removal operator's license
$20
§ 342-33
Sludge removal permit
$15
Inspection fee, each connection/reconnection
$100
Soil erosion:
§ 358-8
1 acre or less
$600
Each additional acre or part thereof
$600
Soil disturbance:
§ 358-8
First 50 cubic yards
$100
Each additional 50 cubic yards
$100
Tree removal permit
§ 425-15
Each tree removed
$50
per tree with the regulated tree being the third tree removed over a three-year period

§ 191-11 Police Department.

[Amended 4-3-2012 by Ord. No. 12-10; 4-24-2012 by Ord. No. 12-14]
Description
Fee
Audio tape, per tape
$25
Copies of motor vehicle accident reports:
Per page for letter sized pages and smaller
$0.05
Per page for legal sized pages and larger
$0.07
Electronic records sent via e-mail and fax
No charge
Providing records in another medium (computer disc, CD-ROM, DVD)
Actual cost to provide
Mailed reports
Additional $5
Mailed reports (criminal)
$10
Discovery:
Per pages 1 to 10
$0.75
Per pages 11 to 20
$0.50
Per pages over 20
$0.25
CD, each
$25
Expungement
$10
Fingerprinting
$30
Gun permit, each
$2
Field reports (noncriminal):
Per pages 1 to 10
$0.75
Per pages 11 to 20
$0.50
Per pages over 20
$0.25
Firearms ID cards, each
$5
Investigation reports (criminal):
Per pages 1 to 10
$0.75
Per pages 11 to 20
$0.50
Per pages over 20
$0.25
Letters of good conduct/character reference, per letter
$7
Photographs (Polaroid), each photograph
$5
Police escort:
One way, per escort
$20
Round trip, per escort
$35
Police security (extra-duty) detail:
Per hour or part thereof with a minimum of 4 hours for each police officer (time and 1/2 on legal holidays)
$65
Administrative fee, per each detail
$20
Per hour per each vehicle required
$10
Video tape (view only), per 1/2 hour of viewing, per tape
$50

§ 191-12 Recreation facilities/programs.

[Amended 6-14-2011 by Ord. No. 11-06; 4-3-2012 by Ord. No. 12-10; 9-17-2013 by Ord. No. 13-13; 3-18-2014 by Ord. No. 14-10; 8-12-2014 by Ord. No. 14-28]
A. 
Fees.
Description
Fee
Sun Fun Day Camp:
Residents, per week
$170
Nonresidents, per week
$255
Late fee
Weekly rate plus $50
Travel baseball, per season
$125
Tackle football, per season
$120
Impact baseline test, per season
$12
Track, per season
$45
Tennis, per season
$45
Quick start tennis, per season
$35
Cheerleading, per season
$10
Karate, per lesson
$10
Dance, per session
$65
Hip hop dance, per session
$55 per session
Zumba:
For 10 classes
$80
For 20 classes
$110
Aqua zumba, per session
$65
Ice skating, per session
$60
Youth golf, per session
$45
American youth soccer organization (AYSO), per season
$90
Spring/Fall soccer (travel), per season
$90
Spring soccer (training), per season
$60
Indoor soccer, per season
$65
Park permit, per 2 hours
$50
Senior Happenings, per person (annually)
$35
Adult golf, per season
$85
Sailfish swim academy:
Instruction, per session
$120
Fitness swim, per session
$150
Municipal swimming pool:
§ 385-2
Membership, per person:
Per individual, per season
$30
Annually, per immediate family with 1 guest pass per season; guest pass is only issued at time of initial registration and will not be reissued if lost or stolen
$100
Immediate family refers to two parent(s)/legal guardian(s) and their child/children under the age of 18 years old.
Persons age 60 years or older, per individual, per season
$5
Daily admission, nonmembers:
Weekdays (per day, per person)
$10
Weekends (per day, per person)
$15
Pool group/camp rates, weekdays only (per person, per day)
$10
Membership swim lessons:
Per session, per resident
$20
Per session, per nonresident
$40
Seasonal programs, for program categories to include fitness, arts and crafts, computers, sports, music, theater arts, dance, per eight-week session
Not to exceed $150
Archery, per eight-week session
$45
Food art, per eight-week session
$95
Band, per eight-week session
$100
Vocals, per eight-week session
$100
Drum corps, per eight-week session
$100
Piano, per eight-week session
$120
Super-Hero Training, per eight-week session
$100
Guitar, per eight-week session
$120
Team building, per eight-week session
$99
Drawing, per eight-week session
$160
Ceramics, per eight-week session
$130
Basketball skills training, per eight-week session
$120
Basketball clinics, per eight-week session
$160
Etiquette class, per eight-week session
$100
Toddler Time, per eight-week session
$96
Basketball team, per season (varies from 7 to 12 weeks)
$100
Violin, per eight-week session
$120
Kids' yoga, per eight-week session
$120
Youth Boot Camp, per eight-week session
$120
Teen spin, per eight-week session
$120
Men in Motion dance, per eight-week session
$100
Boxing, per eight-week session
$80
Hip-hop dance, per eight-week session
$55
Facility rentals, including Liberty School, Tryon Field House
Monday through Friday:
$50 per hour during hours of operation only
Saturday and Sunday:
$100 per hour with a two-hour minimum
$50 per hour in excess of two hours
Park and field rentals, per two hours
$50
B. 
Please note:
(1) 
Englewood residents that are eligible for the reduced or free lunch program will qualify for a discount of 40% on Englewood Recreation's football, track and field, basketball, and soccer program fees. Proper documentation of eligibility must be provided at registration.
(2) 
Englewood residents with multiple children who do not qualify for the reduced or free lunch program will receive a discount of 15% on Englewood Recreation's football, track and field, basketball, and soccer program fees.
(3) 
Additional programs are subject to fees set by the instructor/organization. These programs are not eligible for reduced fees unless the discounts are set by the instructor/organization.
(4) 
All recreation fees are governed by the sliding fees schedule used by the Englewood Board of Education reduced or free lunch program.
(5) 
The Sun Fun Day Camp discounted rate of $140 per week per child is available for those Englewood residents with multiple children who do not qualify for the reduced or free lunch program.
(6) 
Nonresident fees equal the cost of the program plus 1/2 of the program cost.
(7) 
The cost of replacement swim membership cards will be: $10 per individual; $5 per senior.
(8) 
Recreation Department policy:
(a) 
Processing fee: $10 per transaction.
(b) 
Late registration fee: $10 per transaction.
C. 
Englewood Recreation Department refund policy.
(1) 
All refund requests must be sent directly to the Englewood Recreation Department at least one week prior to the start date of the program.
(2) 
A processing fee of $10 will be charged for all refunds.
(3) 
No refunds will be issued after the start of a program except for one of the following reasons:
(a) 
The program is canceled by the Englewood Recreation Department.
(b) 
The request is accompanied by a written medical excuse from a physician.
(4) 
There will be absolutely no refunds and/or transfer of funds after a program has ended.
(5) 
Any exception to the Englewood Recreation Department refund policy is only at the discretion of the instructor and/or the Recreation Director.

§ 191-13 Tax office.

Description
Fee
Duplicate tax bills, each copy
$2
Returned check charge, per check
$15
Letter to tax certification, per year of inquiry
$3
Tax searches:
Per search
$10
First year continuation
$2
Second year continuation
$4
Third year continuation
$6
Printout of tax account, each
$2
Property assessment record card, each
$2
Affidavit of discharge of tax lien
$10
Lien redemption
[Added 6-14-2011 by Ord. No. 11-06]
$50

§ 191-14 Uniform construction codes fees.

[Amended 4-3-2012 by Ord. No. 12-10; 4-24-2012 by Ord. No. 12-14]]
A. 
General.
(1) 
Exemptions. The following shall be exempt from the local construction permit fees:
(a) 
Disabled persons. No person shall be charged a local construction permit fee for any construction, reconstruction, alteration, or improvement designed and undertaken solely to promote accessiblilty by disabled persons to an existing public or private structure or any of the facilities contained therein.
(b) 
Environmental. No person shall be charged a local construction permit for any construction, reconstruction, alteration, or improvement designed and undertaken solely to install solar photovoltaic systems to promote reductions of emissions of greenhouse gasses.
(2) 
Plan review. All fees required for plan review and the issuance of any permit or certificate shall be collected prior to the review or the issuance of the permit or certificate. Fees shall be computed in accordance with the requirements and standards set forth in the state uniform construction codes and in accordance with the following fee schedule, a copy of which shall be posted in the Central Permit Office.
B. 
Building subcode fees.
(1) 
New construction permit fees shall be based upon the volume of the structure as computed in accordance with N.J.A.C. 5:23-4.18(c) promulgated under the Uniform Construction Code Act. The new construction permit fee shall be in the amount of $0.05 per cubic foot. The minimum fee for new construction shall be $500.
(2) 
Renovations and alterations.
(a) 
Residential and commercial (cost per $1,000 of total alteration costs):
[1] 
Per $1,000 up to $100,000 of total alteration costs: $20.
[2] 
Per $1,000 for $100,000 to $250,000 of total alteration costs: $15.
[3] 
Per $1,000 over $250,000 of total alteration costs: $10.
[4] 
Minimum fee: $60
(b) 
For the purpose of determining estimated cost, the applicant shall submit cost data as may be available from the architect or engineer of record, a recognized estimating firm, or a bona fide contractor's bid. The Construction Code Official shall make the final decision regarding estimated costs.
(3) 
Demolition.
(a) 
Residential: $350 per structure.
(b) 
Commercial: $500 per structure.
(c) 
Accessory: $100 per structure.
(4) 
Permit fees for structure additions shall be computed on the same basis as for new construction for the portion to be added as computed in accordance with N.J.A.C. 5:23-4.18(c)(iii) promulgated under the Uniform Construction Code Act (N.J.S.A. 52:27D-119 et seq.). The minimum fee for additions shall be $500.
(5) 
The fee for a permit for the moving of one building from one lot to another or to another location on the same lot shall be in the amount of $100 per $1,000 of the estimated cost of moving plus the estimated cost of new foundations and all work necessary to place the building in its completed condition in the new location.
(6) 
The fee for a permit to construct signs shall be as follows:
(a) 
Roof signs and billboards: $4 per square foot; minimum fee of $200.
(b) 
All other signs requiring a permit pursuant to the uniform construction codes shall be as follows:
Square Feet
Fee
1 to 10
$50
11 to 25
$75
26 to 49
$100
Over 49
$125 (as permitted by ordinance)
(c) 
The fee for double-faced signs shall be computed on the basis of one side only. In the event the surface area of the sides is unequal, the larger side shall be used for the purpose of computing the fee.
(7) 
The fees charged for a certificate of occupancy, certificate of continuing occupancy and certificate of zoning compliance shall be as follows:
(a) 
The fee for a certificate of continuing occupancy shall be in accordance with the following schedule. In addition to the following fees, in the event a third inspection reveals previously noticed violations which remain unabated, an additional inspection fee equal to the fee for a certificate of continuing occupancy/rental occupancy shall be charged for such third inspection and each additional inspection performed until the violations are abated.
Use
Fee
One- and two-family dwellings
$150
All other uses
$250
Rental occupancy
$100
(b) 
The fee for a certificate of occupancy granted pursuant to new construction, alterations, additions, and repairs shall be 10% of the fee charged for the construction permit, provided that there shall be a minimum fee of $40 and a maximum fee of $100.
[1] 
There will be no charge for the first temporary certificate of occupancy issued.
[2] 
For each extension of the temporary certificate of occupancy, $30 will be charged.
(c) 
The fee for a certificate of zoning compliance shall be as follows :
Use
Fee
One- and two-family dwellings
$50
All other uses
$100
(8) 
Variances.
(a) 
Residential Code variation: $100.
(b) 
Commercial Code variation: $300.
(9) 
The fee to be charged for the reinstatement of a lapsed permit shall be 25% of the initial permit fee, provided that such application for reinstatement is made within one year from the date the initial permit lapsed. Thereafter, the fee for the reinstatement of a lapsed permit shall be 100% of the initial permit fee.
(10) 
In addition to any other fee set forth herein, there shall be charged a State of New Jersey training fee in an amount of $0.00334 per cubic foot of volume, which shall be charged to all new construction and additions to existing structures. Such fees shall be forwarded to the Bureau of Housing Inspection, Department of Community Affairs, pursuant to regulations adopted by the Commissioner of the Department of Community Affairs [N.J.A.C. 5:23-4.19(b)].
(11) 
Swimming pools.
(a) 
The fees for the construction and maintenance of swimming pools shall be as follows:
Description
Fee
Permanent aboveground of any construction
$150
Permanent pools, in-ground
$500
(b) 
The foregoing fees are exclusive of any fees required for accessory construction appurtenant to the pool.
(12) 
For development applications for one-family dwellings involving "C" variances and for building permits not requiring Planning Board or Board of Adjustment approval, the applicant shall establish an escrow in the amount of $150 for the engineering offices and $150 for the Health Department for costs incurred in plan review and inspection purposes from which time shall be charged back at the rate of $70 per hour. If the aggregate amount of such costs exceeds the deposits for costs, the applicant shall, on demand, pay the amount of such excess. If the aggregate amount of such costs shall be less than the deposit for costs, the excess shall be refunded to the applicant.
(13) 
Lead hazard abatement with certificate of clearance: $145.
(14) 
Asbestos abatement with administrative certificate: $160.
C. 
Plumbing subcode fees.
(1) 
The fee shall be in the amount of $75 per first fixture and $25 per each additional fixture, except as limited in Subsection C(2) below. For the purpose of computing this fee, fixtures or stacks shall include lavatories, kitchen sinks, urinals, water closets, bathtubs, shower stalls, laundry tubs, floor drains, drinking fountains, dishwashers, garbage disposals, clothes washers, vent stacks, roof drains or similar devices.
(2) 
The fee shall be in the amount of $100 per special device for grease traps, oil separators, sewer ejectors, and sewer pumps.
(3) 
The fee for sanitary sewer connections or replacements:
(a) 
Residential: $75.
(b) 
Commercial: $150.
(4) 
Other plumbing fees shall be as follows:
Description
Fee
Domestic hot water heater
$75
Commercial hot water heater
$150
Walk-in box, per box
$150
Underground water sprinklers:
Residential
$75
Commercial
$150
Plumbing stacks
$75
Gas piping and appliances, per gas line or appliance
$50
Heating units:
Under 500,000 BTUs
$75
500,000 BTUs or more
$150
Residential steam units, for showers
$75
Water connection (street to building):
Residential
$75
Commercial 2 inches and over
$150
Water softeners
$75
Backflow preventers:
Residential (up to 1 inch)
$75
Commercial (over 1 inch)
$150
Abandoned well
$150
Abandoned septic
$150
Fuel oil piping
$50
Air-conditioning units
$75
Refrigeration systems
$150
Solar systems
$150
Propane tanks, per tank
$100
Swimming pools:
Aboveground
$75
In-ground
$150
Public pool inspection, annual
$100
D. 
Electrical subcode fees.
Description
Fee
Rough wiring (all switches, lighting, emergency and exit light, communication point and receptacles to be counted as outlets):
1 to 50 outlets
$125
For each additional 25 outlets or fraction thereof
$25
Electric stove, oven, cook top, cooking equipment, and similar appliances
$75
Air-conditioning units, electrical furnaces and welders
$100
Motors, generators and transformers:
Fractional HP motor (dishwasher/disposal/fan), each
$25
Over 1 HP up to 10 HP
$75
Over 10 HP
$100
Service meter equipment and feeders:
Service panels, entrances, subpanels:
Up to 100 amps
$75
Up to 200 amps
$125
Up to 1,000 amps
$200
Over 1,000 amps
$300
Underground
$75 additional
Electrical disconnects
$25
Temporary electric service
$75
Primary transformers, vaults, enclosures and substations (applies to each bank of transformers):
Not over 200 KVA
$75
Over 200 to 500 KVA
$100
Over 500 KVA
$200
Electric signs
$75
Signaling devices:
Fire alarm panel
$25
Up to 8 devices/detectors
$75
Each additional
$4
Burglar alarm
$75
Elevator electrical permit
$200
Pools:
Aboveground, in-ground, and exterior hot tubs
$200
Interior jacuzzi (therapeutic bathtub)
$75
Annual pool inspection
$100
Additional hot tub/jacuzzi, each
$25
Solar, minimum fee
$75
Each array shall be listed as communication point.
Each inverter shall be listed as switch.
Each disconnect shall be included and listed as amp motor control center/disconnect.
Back-fed circuit breaker shall be listed as subpanel or, if a stand-alone system, as a service.
Additional fees:
Backup generators/transfer switch/control panel
$125
Electric de-icing equipment, each
$75
Electric clothes dryer, each
$50
Electric floor heating system, each
$50
Electric duct heater, each
$25
Electric space heater, each
$25
Baseboard electric heater, each
$25
Refrigeration unit (cooler/walk in box), each
$100
Additional fee for underground electrical inspection
$75
Electric water heater
$50
Geothermal heating system
$200
Walk-in box
$100
Temporary trailer
First trailer
$75
Each additional trailer
$50
Temporary generators (nonemergency)
$125
Inspections conducted after regular business hours, weekends and/or holidays:
Per hour, minimum charge of 4 hours
$100
Per each hour or part thereof in excess of 4 hours
$100