City of Mission, KS
Johnson County
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Cross Reference — As to transportation utility fee, Ch. 145.

Section 103.010 Fee Schedule.

[Ord. No. 929, 2-14-1996; CC 2000 §1-901]
Except where this Code provides otherwise, all fees and charges imposed by the City for licenses, permits, services and programs shall be as established in the fee schedule set out in this Chapter.

Section 103.020 (Reserved) [1]

[1]
Editor’s Note: Former §103.020, Special Animal Permit (Additional Animals), adopted 2-14-1996 by Ord. No. 929, as amended, was repealed 6-15-2016 by §2 of Ord. No. 1439.

Section 103.030 Beverage Fees.

[Code 1985 §§3-105, 3-210, 3-304; Code 1987; CC 2000 §1-903]
A. 
Retailer's license of alcoholic liquors, including beer containing more than three and two-tenths percent (3.2%) of alcohol by weight, for consumption off the premises, sales in the original package only: $300.00.
B. 
Retailer's License For Cereal Malt Beverages.
1. 
Off-premises consumption in original and unopened container: $50.00.
2. 
On-premises consumption: $100.00.
3. 
Kansas beverage license fee: $25.00.
C. 
Class "A" and Class "B" private club license: $250.00.
D. 
Caterers: $100.00.
E. 
Drinking establishments: $250.00.
F. 
Temporary permits: $25.00 per day.

Section 103.040 Building Permits and Licenses.

[Code 1974 §17-105; Code 1985 §§4-604, 4-629, 4-804, 16-308:309; Code 1987; Code 1997; CC 2000 §1-904; Ord. No. 1007 §16-405, 1-24-2001; Ord. No. 1127 §I, 8-25-2004]
A. 
Building permit fees shall be established by resolution of the Governing Body.
B. 
Moving Building Permit.
1. 
Location permit. $0.10 per square foot of floor area per story, excluding open porches, with a maximum of $200.00.
2. 
Moving permit.
a. 
On or across a public thoroughfare if the building dimensions exceed twenty-four (24) feet wide and thirty-six (36) feet long and twenty-four (24) feet high: $35.00.
b. 
On or across a public thoroughfare if the dimensions do not exceed ten (10) feet wide, twenty (20) feet long or ten (10) feet high: $5.00.
c. 
From lot to lot without moving on a public thoroughfare: $5.00.
C. 
Sign permit fees shall be established by resolution of the Governing Body.

Section 103.050 Business and Occupational Fees.

[Ord. No. 459, 3-13-1974; Code 1985 §§5-304, 5-404, 5-705, 5-804; Code 1987; Ord. No. 698, 3-11-1987; Ord. No. 883 §4, 5-25-1994; Code 1997; Ord. No. 983, 12-8-1999; CC 2000 §1-905; CC 2000 §5-1104; Ord. No. 1051 §1, 8-28-2002; Ord. No. 1256 §1, 2-20-2008; Ord. No. 1257 §2, 5-21-2008; Ord. No. 1444 § 2, 11-16-2016]
A. 
Peddler's, transient merchant's or canvasser's license required per Section 610.020: $10.00 per day or portion thereof that the licensee solicits within the City limits.
B. 
(Reserved)[1]
[1]
Editor's Note: Former Subsection B, Amusement Device Operator's License, was repealed 10-15-2014 by Ord. No. 1411 § 2.
C. 
Child Day Care: $25.00 per year.
D. 
Massage Establishments. Any establishment regulated by Chapter 620 of this Code (see Section 620.050) shall have the following license fees:
1. 
Operator's license: $300.00 initial filing fee.
2. 
Renewal licenses shall pay a renewal filing fee calculated on the basis of the square footage occupied by the business without regard to use, including outside area, in accordance with the following schedule:
0 — 499 sq. ft.
$50.00
500 — 999 sq. ft.
$65.00
1,000 — 1,499 sq. ft.
$80.00
1,500 — 1,999 sq. ft.
$95.00
2,000 — 2,499 sq. ft.
$110.00
2,500 — 2,999 sq. ft.
$125.00
and in addition thereto $60.00 for each 1,000 sq. ft. or any part thereof in excess of 2,999 sq. ft.
3. 
3. Employee's license: $50.00 per employee per year.
E. 
Home Occupation License: $35.00 per year for any license required pursuant to Chapter 605, Article IV, Sections 605.230605.290.
F. 
Issuance Of Alarm Permit — Fee: There shall be no fee for the alarm registration or registration sticker for either commercial or residential permits.
G. 
False Alarm Activation — Fees.
1. 
There shall be no fees associated with false alarms activated during a grace period of three (3) false alarms or thirty (30) days from the alarm system installation activation. (Pursuant to Section 650.160(C))
2. 
Alarm numbers four (4) and five (5): $25.00.
3. 
Alarm numbers six (6) and seven (7): $50.00.
4. 
Alarm numbers eight (8) and nine (9): $100.00
5. 
Alarm numbers ten (10) and more: $200.00 on each occurrence.
H. 
Adult Entertainment — Fees.
1. 
Adult entertainment business licensee fee: $500.00 per year.
2. 
Adult entertainment manager's license fee: $100.00 per year.
3. 
Adult entertainer's license fee: $100.00 per year.
4. 
Employee's license: $50.00 per employee per year.
I. 
Payday And Title Loan. Any establishment regulated by Chapter 606 of this Code (see Section 606.020) shall have the following license fees: $1,000.00 per year.

Section 103.060 Public Record — Inspection, Copying and Fingerprinting Charges.

[Code 2000; CC 2000 §1-906; Ord. No. 1363 §1, 2-15-2012]
A. 
Inspection of Records.
1. 
Per hour employee engaged in the record search: forty dollars ($40.00).
2. 
Minimum charge for each inspection request: fifteen dollars ($15.00).
B. 
Copying Police Records (Other Than Video Tapes): five dollars ($5.00) per record.
C. 
Copying City Documents. All other records shall be charged at the rate of twenty-five cents ($0.25) per page plus any applicable hourly charge.
D. 
Copying Video Tapes: twenty-five dollars ($25.00) per tape.
E. 
Fingerprinting: ten dollars ($10.00) for residents; twenty-five dollars ($25.00) for non-residents.
F. 
Any record custodian may waive all or any portion of any inspection or copying fee when, in the discretion of the record custodian, waiver is in the public interest.

Section 103.070 Business License Fees Levied.

[Code 1974 §12-604; Ord. No. 597 §5581, 4-8-1981; Ord. No. 799 §2, 2-27-1991; Code 1997; Ord. No. 999, 8-9-2000; Ord. No. 1003, 8-23-2000; CC 2000 §5-105; Ord. No. 1225 §1, 12-13-2006; Ord. No. 1253 §1, 12-19-2007]
A. 
The license fee hereby levied shall be in the following amounts on the following businesses, trades, professions and occupations conducted, pursued, carried on or operated within the limits of the City for a twelve (12) month period, unless a different time is specifically stated:
1. 
All retail stores engaged in the sale of groceries, clothing, hardware, notions, furniture, home furnishings, services, paint, drugs and all callings, trades, businesses, the occupation fee of which is not set forth in the following Subsections (2) to (19) inclusive of this Section, shall pay an occupation fee computed on the basis of the following schedule of interior square footage occupied by said business without regard to use; except that stores which have a second (2nd) floor or basement in addition to the main floor (the one with the largest interior square footage) and which is open in whole or in part to the general public shall, upon the additional floor or floors, add one-half (½) of the interior square footage of such additional floor or floors, without regard to use, to the square footage of the main floor and the total square footage as thus computed shall determine the fee in accordance with the following schedule:
0 — 499 sq. ft.
$50.00
500 — 999 sq. ft.
$65.00
1,000 — 1,499 sq. ft.
$80.00
1,500 — 1,999 sq. ft.
$95.00
2,000 — 2,499 sq. ft.
$110.00
2,500 — 2,999 sq. ft.
$125.00
3,000 — 49,999 sq. ft.
$125.00
and in addition thereto $60.00 for each 1,000 sq.ft. or any part thereof in excess of 2,999 sq. ft.
50,000 — 69,999 sq. ft.
$3,000.00
plus $30.00 for each 1,000 sq. ft. or any part thereof in excess of 49,999 sq. ft.
70,000 — 99,999 sq. ft.
$3,600.00
plus $20.00 for each 1,000 sq. ft. or any part thereof in excess of 69,999 sq. ft.
100,000 sq. ft. and over
$4,200.00
plus $10.00 for each 1,000 sq. ft. or any part thereof in excess of 99,999 sq. ft.
Retail stores which hold themselves out to the public as a single business entity, but which, in fact, are partly or wholly operated on the basis of leased departments therein, shall pay an occupational fee based on the above schedule, provided leased departments which have a private, individual exterior entrance and which have no entrance into such retail stores, even though under a common roof with such retail stores, shall pay an occupational fee as a separate business according to the schedule contained in this Chapter.
2. 
All persons engaged primarily in manufacturing, printing, wholesaling; all persons occupying office space in office buildings within the City including, but not limited to, the following: engineers, architects, physicians, dentists, chiropractors, osteopaths, surgeons, certified public accountants, accountants and photographers; and all contractors, car washes, auto repair shops and lumber yards operating in the City shall pay an occupational fee based on square footage occupied by the business without regard to use, including outside area used for display, sales or storage, in accordance with the following schedule:
0 — 499 sq. ft.
$50.00
00 — 999 sq. ft.
$65.00
1,000 — 1,499 sq. ft.
$80.00
1,500 — 1,999 sq. ft.
$95.00
2,000 — 2,499 sq. ft.
$110.00
2,500 — 2,999 sq. ft.
$125.00
3,000 — 9,999 sq. ft.
$125.00
and in addition thereto $60.00 for each 1,000 sq. ft. or any part thereof in excess of 2,999 sq. ft.
10,000 — 24,999 sq. ft.
$565.00
plus $20.00 per 1,000 sq. ft. or any part thereof in excess of 10,999 sq. ft.
25,000 sq. ft. and over
$855.00
plus $10.00 per 1,000 sq. ft. or any part thereof in excess of 25,999 sq. ft.
3. 
Banks, including commercial and mortgage banks, shall be assessed the amount of one thousand two hundred fifty dollars ($1,250.00) per year each year plus an additional three hundred dollars ($300.00) for each additional facility location within the City of Mission. In the event that one (1) bank location (satellite, auxiliary or otherwise) is within the City of Mission and the square footage is less than one thousand (1,000) square feet, then the assessed amount shall be five hundred dollars ($500.00) per year.
4. 
Savings and loan associations shall be assessed the amount of five hundred dollars ($500.00) per year.
5. 
Small loan, credit union, finance and investment companies (defined as having outstanding loans less than eight hundred thousand one dollars ($800,001) shall be assessed the amount of three hundred dollars ($300.00) per year. All other loan, credit union, finance and investment companies shall be assessed the amount of five hundred dollars ($500.00) per year.
6. 
Motion picture houses, theaters, skating rinks and recreation parks — one hundred thirty-seven dollars fifty cents ($137.50) per year.
7. 
Funeral homes — three hundred dollars ($300.00) per year.
8. 
Bowling alleys — three hundred dollars ($300.00) per year.
9. 
Residential garbage and trash hauling companies — one hundred fifty dollars ($150.00) per year.
10. 
Commercial solid waste, recyclable materials or yard waste collection companies — one hundred fifty dollars ($150.00) per year.
11. 
Taxicab companies and limousine services — seventy-five dollars ($75.00) per year.
12. 
Circuses, carnivals, tent shows, amusement devices — fifty dollars ($50.00) per day.
13. 
Automobile gasoline service stations — one hundred dollars ($100.00) per year.
14. 
All new and used motor vehicle dealers shall pay an occupation fee of two hundred fifty dollars ($250.00) per year, plus one cent ($.01) per square foot on all space inside area and one-half cent ($0.005) per square foot on all space or area outside of buildings used for display, storage, sales or in the furtherance of the motor vehicle business. Motor vehicle business shall include any motor vehicle designed for use upon the public streets.
15. 
Motor vehicle rental or leasing agencies — five hundred dollars ($500.00) per year.
16. 
Restaurants, taverns, drive-in and other eating establishments:
a. 
With fifteen (15) or more average number of persons employed — two hundred fifty dollars ($250.00) per year.
b. 
With less than fifteen (15) average number of persons employed — one hundred dollars ($100.00) per year.
17. 
All insurance agents or brokers shall pay an occupation tax of fifty dollars ($50.00) per firm plus ten dollars ($10.00) for each agent over one (1), annually.
18. 
All real estate offices shall pay an occupation tax of fifty dollars ($50.00) per firm plus ten dollars ($10.00) for each agent over one (1), annually.
19. 
Reserved.
20. 
Whenever several classifications shall be applicable to a business, then said business, firm or calling shall pay the highest classification herein. If a business is not classified by ordinance, then the City Clerk shall set the fee at his/her discretion matching a scheduled occupation listed herein as closely as possible.
21. 
Temporary and/or seasonal business operated within the common areas of an inside shopping mall shall pay a license fee of twenty-five dollars ($25.00).

Section 103.075 Traffic.

[Ord. No. 704 §1; Code 1987; CC 2000 §1-908]
Recreational vehicle parking waiver: $25.00.

Section 103.080 Preliminary Subdivision Plat Filing Fees.

[Ord. No. 1007 §16-306.03, 1-24-2001]
A. 
The following fees shall be paid by all persons or corporations submitting preliminary plats for approval by the Planning Commissions as outlined in Sections 455.380455.400 of this Code and shall be computed to the nearest dollar.
B. 
The fee shall be fifty dollars ($50.00) plus:
1. 
Five dollars ($5.00) per lot for ten (10) or less lots in a subdivision.
2. 
Four dollars ($4.00) per lot for eleven (11) to fifty (50) lots in a subdivision.
3. 
Three dollars ($3.00) per lot for fifty-one (51) to one hundred fifty (150) lots in a subdivision.
4. 
Two dollars ($2.00) per lot for one hundred fifty-one (151) to five hundred (500) lots in a subdivision.
5. 
One dollar ($1.00) per lot for five hundred one (501) or more lots in a subdivision.
6. 
Minimum total fee shall be fifty-five dollars ($55.00).

Section 103.090 Rezoning, Special Use Permit, Variance and Plan Review Fees.

[Ord. No. 1127 §II, 8-25-2004]
Rezoning, special use permit, variance and plan review fees shall be established by resolution of the Governing Body.

Section 103.100 Pod Permit Fee.

[Ord. No. 1159 §1, 5-11-2005]
The permit fee for a portable storage container shall be fifteen dollars ($15.00).

Section 103.110 Nuisance Abatement Administration Fee.

[Ord. No. 1159 §2, 5-11-2005; Ord. No. 1292 §1, 3-18-2009]
The nuisance abatement administration fee shall be one hundred dollars ($100.00).

Section 103.115 Land Disturbance and Stormwater Facility Permit Fees.

[Ord. No. 1320 §3, 2-17-2010]
Land disturbance and stormwater facility permit fees shall be established by resolution of the Governing Body.

Section 103.117 Accessory Animal Permits.

[Ord. No. 1425 §5, 8-19-2015]
For the first year and each subsequent permit renewal year: fifty dollars ($50.00).