City of East Orange, NJ
Essex County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the City Council of the City of East Orange 7-19-1976 by Ord. No. 16-1976; amended in its entirety 3-23-2015 by Ord. No. 14-2015. Subsequent amendments noted where applicable.]
GENERAL REFERENCES
Licenses and fees — See Ch. 170.

§ 214-1 Tennis courts.

A. 
Any persons wishing to use tennis courts owned and operated by the City of East Orange must obtain a permit to do so from the appropriate licensing agency of the City of East Orange. The fee schedule for such tennis permit is as follows:
(1) 
Residents.
(a) 
Adults: $14.
(b) 
Children 17 years and under: $8.
(c) 
Seniors: $8.
(2) 
Nonresidents.
(a) 
Adults: $28.
(b) 
Children 17 years and under: $14.
(c) 
Seniors: $14.
(3) 
Guest passes: 10 for $50 (only 20 per family).
B. 
The fee schedule for tennis instructions is as follows:
(1) 
Residents.
(a) 
Adults (eight weeks): $35.
(b) 
Children (eight weeks): $8.
(c) 
Seniors (eight weeks): $14.
(2) 
Nonresidents.
(a) 
Adults (eight weeks): $63.
(b) 
Children (eight weeks): $28.
(c) 
Seniors (eight weeks): $28.
C. 
The permit shall be valid from April 1 through March 31.
D. 
Tennis tournaments and special events court rental fee: $276 per day.

§ 214-2 Swimming pool at East Orange Middle School.

A. 
Middle school pool.
(1) 
Any person wishing to use the indoor and outdoor swimming pools at East Orange Middle School must obtain a permit to do so from the appropriate licensing agency of the City of East Orange.
(a) 
Residents, year-round (outside and inside pool).
[1] 
Adults: $20.
[2] 
Children: $10 (three years and up).
[3] 
Seniors: free.
[4] 
Family: $50.
(b) 
Registration fee for classes: $10.
(c) 
Guest passes: 10 for $50.
(d) 
Nonresidents: year-round (outside and inside pool).
[1] 
Adults: $75.
[2] 
Children: $45.
B. 
Swim club fees.
(1) 
Age group (nine to 17 years):
(a) 
City residents: $210.
(b) 
Nonresidents: $350.
(2) 
Developmental (five to eight years):
(a) 
City residents: $70.
(b) 
Nonresidents: $140.
(3) 
A permit can be obtained through the East Orange Recreation Department.

§ 214-3 (Reserved) [1]

[1]
Editor's Note: Former § 214-3, East Orange Golf Course, as amended, was repealed 12-28-2015 by Ord. No. 56-2015. See now § 5-70M(3).

§ 214-4 Day camp.

A. 
Residency. In order to pay the resident day camp fees, each camper must be a City of East Orange resident and provide the Department of Recreation with at least three of the following to establish proof of residency:
(1) 
Report card (must be provided as one of the three forms of proof);
(2) 
Birth certificate or passport;
(3) 
Parent's driver's license and/or state identification card;
(4) 
Parent's utility bill or phone bill or tax bill.
B. 
Registration fees. Each camper must pay the following fees per each camp session:
(1) 
Resident:
(a) 
Registration: $10 per camper.
(b) 
Trip fee: $90.
(c) 
Day camp: $60 per week.
(d) 
Sports camp: $65 per week.
(2) 
Nonresident:
(a) 
Registration: $25 per camper.
(b) 
Trip fee: $90.
(c) 
Day camp: $60 per week.
(d) 
Sports camp: $65 per week.
C. 
(Reserved)
D. 
Resident summer camps fees.
(1) 
In addition to the fees required pursuant to Subsection B above, campers must pay the following weekly fees, depending on the camp selected:
(a) 
Fellowship Civic Center Day Camp (coed, seven to 12 years).
[1] 
Fifty dollars (less than three campers in immediate family); or
[2] 
One hundred fifteen dollars (three campers in immediate family); or
[3] 
One hundred fifteen dollars plus additional $25 for each additional camper (four or more campers in immediate family).
(b) 
Hart Middle Day Camp (coed, seven to 12 years).
[1] 
Fifty dollars (less than three campers in immediate family); or
[2] 
One hundred fifteen dollars (three campers in immediate family); or
[3] 
One hundred fifteen dollars plus additional $25 for each additional camper (four or more campers in immediate family).
(c) 
Grow & Glow Day Camp (coed three to six years).
[1] 
Fifty dollars (less than three campers in immediate family); or
[2] 
One hundred fifteen dollars (three campers in immediate family); or
[3] 
One hundred fifteen dollars plus additional $25 for each additional camper (four or more campers in immediate family).
(d) 
Basketball Instructional Day Camp (coed, eight to 15 years).
[1] 
Fifty-five dollars (less than three campers in immediate family); or
[2] 
One hundred thirty dollars (three campers in immediate family); or
[3] 
One hundred thirty plus additional $30 for each additional camper (four or more campers in immediate family).
(e) 
Cheerleading Day Camp (coed, seven to 15 years).
[1] 
Fifty-five dollars (less than three campers in immediate family); or
[2] 
One hundred thirty dollars (three campers in immediate family); or
[3] 
One hundred thirty dollars plus additional $30 for each additional camper (four or more campers in immediate family).
(f) 
Travel Day Camp (coed, eight to 12 years).
[1] 
Eighty dollars (less than three campers in immediate family); or
[2] 
One hundred ninety dollars (three campers in immediate family); or
[3] 
One hundred ninety dollars plus additional $50 for each additional camper (four or more campers in immediate family).
(g) 
Junior High Travel Day Camp (coed, 13 to 15 years).
[1] 
Eighty dollars (less than three campers in immediate family); or
[2] 
One hundred ninety dollars (three campers in immediate family); or
[3] 
One hundred ninety dollars plus additional $50 for each additional camper (four or more campers in immediate family).
(2) 
Weekly camp fees must be paid by 4:00 p.m. on the preceding Friday or the camper(s) will be precluded from attending camp until Tuesday of the following week or until said fees are paid. No fees shall be prorated.
E. 
Nonresidents. In addition to the fees required pursuant to Subsection B above, summer camps fees for nonresidents are $125 per week per camper, irrespective of the day camp selected and/or the number of campers in the immediate family.
F. 
Early payment discount.
(1) 
Early payment discounts do not apply to sponsoring agencies.
(2) 
A discount of $30 per camper may be applied if the camper is enrolled for the entire season and fees are paid in full no later than June 1 of the year for the applicable camping season.
(3) 
Early payment discounts only apply to three campers in the immediate family that first apply.
G. 
Additional care.
(1) 
Before-camp care: For designated camps, before-care begins at 7:00 a.m. until 7:45 a.m.; for residents and nonresidents, cost shall be $5 per week, per child.
(2) 
After-camp care: For designated camps, after-care begins at 4:15 p.m. and ends at 6:00 p.m.; for residents and nonresidents, cost shall be $10 per week, per child.
H. 
Nonpayment of camp fees. Campers shall not attend camp if the fees required herein are not paid by such dates and times as required by the Department of Recreation and Cultural Affairs.
I. 
Late pickup fees. There shall be a late pickup fee of $10 for every 30 minutes or part thereof for each camper.
J. 
Refunds.
(1) 
Any and all requests for camp refunds must be submitted in writing for consideration. Refund requests must be made no later than the first official day of camp for the current season. Refund requests will not be considered, accepted or honored thereafter.

§ 214-5 Miscellaneous fees.

A. 
Standard program fees. Fees are only valid for the program/activity period as specified by the Department of Recreation and Cultural Affairs. Program fees are nonrefundable, unless program has been canceled at the discretion of the Department of Recreation and Cultural Affairs.
(1) 
Residents: general recreation activities/programs.
(a) 
Under 18 years: $10 plus supply and equipment fee.
(b) 
Above 18 years: $20 plus supply and equipment fee.
(2) 
Nonresidents: general recreation activities/programs.
(a) 
Under 18 years: $20 plus supply and equipment fee.
(b) 
Above 18 years: $40 plus supply and equipment fee.
B. 
Special program fee.
(1) 
Golf: $14.
(2) 
Boxing: $30.
(3) 
Bowling:
(a) 
Bantams, per week: $8.
(b) 
Juniors, per week: $10.
(c) 
Adults, per week: $13.
(d) 
Registration: $10.
(4) 
Dance: $14.
(5) 
Tennis:
(a) 
Adult resident/six weeks: $55.
(b) 
Youth resident/six weeks: $21.
(c) 
Adult nonresident/six weeks: $69.
(d) 
Youth nonresident/six weeks: $35.
(6) 
Track: $10.
(7) 
American Legion: $28.
(8) 
FCC after school, per week, per child: $20.
(9) 
Farmers market, per vendor: $100.
(10) 
Sport camp fee: $50.
(11) 
Weight-lifting fee (per year): $25.
(12) 
Martial arts (per year): $30.
(13) 
Pride & Power Fitness: $10 per month.
C. 
Special events fees.
(1) 
Roller-skating: $4 to $5.
(2) 
Movies: $2.50 to $7 movie pass.
(3) 
Theater shows: $3 and $5.
(4) 
Sporting events: $3 to $7.
(5) 
Fourth of July:
(a) 
Senior citizens (62 years and older): free.
(b) 
Adult: $4.
(c) 
Youth: $3.
(6) 
Canteen: $4.
D. 
FCC membership fee per year: $3.
E. 
Facility application fee: $35.
F. 
FCC rental fee for gym.
(1) 
Flat rate/all-purpose area:
(a) 
Nonresident: $350.
(b) 
Resident: $250.
(2) 
Rate per hour for lights: $30.
(3) 
Flat rate: $200.
G. 
Sport events (all).
(1) 
Transportation per person under 18 years of age: $2.
(2) 
Transportation per person over 18 years of age: $4.