Borough of Glen Rock, NJ
Bergen County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Borough Council of the Borough of Glen Rock 2-24-1999 by Ord. No. 1312. Amendments noted where applicable.]
The purpose of this chapter is to provide a centralized chapter covering fees charged by various agencies, bureaus and departments within the Borough of Glen Rock.
In accordance with the provisions of Chapter 4, Administration of Government, Article IV, Borough Clerk, § 4-7 et seq., the following fees are hereby established:
A. 
Photocopies.
(1) 
One to 10 pages: $0.75 per page.
(2) 
Eleven to 20 pages: $0.50 per page.
(3) 
Over 20 pages: $0.25 per page.
B. 
Certificates.
(1) 
Birth, marriage and death: $10 for the first copy and $5 for each additional copy thereafter.
[Amended 4-30-2008 by Ord. No. 1570]
(2) 
Pistol, revolver or firearms permit: $2 each.
(3) 
Identification cards: $5 each.
(4) 
Police accident reports (by mail): $5 each.
(5) 
Assessment, tax searches: $10 each.
(6) 
Continuation search (within three years of original search): $2 each.
(7) 
Search company printout sheet: $5.
[Added 9-24-2001 by Ord. No. 1388]
(8) 
Domestic partnership: $4 each.
[Added 6-30-2004 by Ord. No. 1476]
(9) 
Replacement certificate of tax sale lien redemption: $25.
[Added 4-11-2018 by Ord. No. 1784]
(10) 
Duplicate tax sale certificate (as per state statute): $50.
[Added 4-11-2018 by Ord. No. 1784]
C. 
Miscellaneous fees.
[Added 2-12-2014 by Ord. No. 1692; amended 1-25-2017 by Ord. No. 1755]
(1) 
Charge for returned checks. For each check returned for insufficient funds or any other reason, payable in cash to the Chief Financial Officer: $20.
[Amended 5-14-2003 by Ord. No. 1439]
In accordance with the provisions of Chapter 4, Administration of Government; Chapter 116, Food Establishments; and Chapter 74, Animals, the following fees are established:
A. 
Supermarket: $450.
B. 
Bakery: $85.
C. 
Delicatessen: $85.
D. 
Produce or specialty sales: $85.
E. 
Milk and/or dairy sales: $40.
F. 
Packaged foods or beverage sales (pharmacy, liquor, video, candy store): $40.
G. 
Mobile caterer: $55.
H. 
Beverage and snack vending machine: $25 per machine.
I. 
Food vending machines: $50 per machine.
J. 
Restaurant/cafeteria/council:
(1) 
Zero to 50 seats: $110.
(2) 
Fifty-one to 100 seats: $160.
(3) 
One hundred and one seats and over: $215.
K. 
Pet shop: $50.
L. 
Cleaner/laundry (no vehicle limit): $70.
M. 
Coin-operated washing machines: $25 per machine.
N. 
Temporary retail food establishment (street fair, carnival, etc.): $30.
O. 
Automatic amusement bagatelle, baseball or pinball machine: $25 per machine.
P. 
Massage operator and masseur: $100, plus state license.
Q. 
Ice cream trucks: $50.
R. 
License obtained after January 31 (late license): standard license fee plus a $200 late fee/surcharge.
S. 
Interim retail food license: standard license fee plus a $50 surcharge.
T. 
Intermittent activity by nonprofit organizations: fee waived.
U. 
Senior citizen establishments, Borough-owned buildings, nonprofit organizations, and religious institutions: exempt.
In accordance with the provisions of Chapter 23, Land Use Procedures, Article IV, Provisions Applicable to Planning Board and Zoning Board of Adjustment, the following fees are established:
A. 
Zoning Board of Adjustment.
[Amended 12-12-2001 by Ord. No. 1393; 2-27-2002 by Ord. No. 1403; 5-28-2003 by Ord. No. 1442]
(1) 
Use variance:
(a) 
Fee based on value of project.
[1] 
Value of proposed project.
[a] 
From $1 to $50,000: $1,000.
[b] 
From $50,001 to $100,000: $1,500.
[c] 
From $100,001 to $500,000: $3,000.
[d] 
$500,001 and over: $4,000.
[2] 
These fees are based upon the value of the proposed project. All estimated costs shall be subject to verification. The cost estimates shall be certified by a registered and licensed architect or engineer.
(b) 
Minimum escrow fee: $2,500 initially or such sum as may be determined in the reasonable discretion of the Board Secretary.
(2) 
Other variances:
(a) 
Residential.
[1] 
Decks and accessory structures not including detached garages: $350.
[2] 
Principal structures and detached garages: $450.
[3] 
Minimum escrow fee: $300 initially or such sum as may be determined in the reasonable discretion of the Board Secretary.
(b) 
Commercial:
[1] 
Application fee: $750.
[2] 
Minimum escrow fee: $1,000 initially or such sum as may be determined in the reasonable discretion on the Board Secretary.
(c) 
Interpretations/appeals (commercial and residential): $300.
(3) 
Site plan or subdivision: A request for site plan or subdivision approval, if supplemental to an application for a use variance, is subject to the fees and procedures of the Planning Board which are incorporated herein by reference.
(4) 
Special meeting requested by applicant (in addition to any application and escrow fees): $1,000.
B. 
Planning Board.
[Amended 12-12-2001 by Ord. No. 1393; 5-28-2003 by Ord. No. 1442]
(1) 
Minor subdivision.
(a) 
Filing fee: $1,000 plus number of lots x $150.
(b) 
Escrow: $2,500 initially or such sum as may be determined in the reasonable discretion of the Board Secretary.
(2) 
Preliminary major subdivision.
(a) 
Filing fee: $2,500 plus number of lots x 150.
(b) 
Escrow: $2,500 initially or such sum as may be determined in the reasonable discretion of the Board Secretary.
(3) 
Final major subdivision.
(a) 
Filing fee: $500.
(b) 
Escrow: 5% of cost estimates submitted to and approved by the Borough Engineer.
(4) 
Minor site plan.
(a) 
Filing fee: $500.
(b) 
Escrow: $2,500 initially or such sum as may be determined in the reasonable discretion of the Board Secretary.
(5) 
Preliminary site plan.
(a) 
Filing fee: $1,000.
(b) 
Escrow: $2,500 initially or such sum as may be determined in the reasonable discretion of the Board Secretary.
(6) 
Final major site plan approval.
(a) 
Filing fee: $500.
(b) 
Escrow: 5% of cost estimates submitted to and approved by the Borough Engineer.
(7) 
Flood plan application pursuant to Chapter 112.
(a) 
Filing fee: $1,000.
(b) 
Escrow: $2,500 initially or such sum as may be determined in the reasonable discretion of the Board Secretary.
(8) 
Conceptual hearing: $250.
(9) 
Special meetings requested by the applicant (in addition to application and escrow fees): $1,000.
(10) 
Site plan review with associated parking variance.
(a) 
Filing fee.
[1] 
Site plan as per fee schedule.
[2] 
Parking variance: $500.
(b) 
Escrow: $2,500 initially or such sum as may be determined in the reasonable discretion of the Board Secretary.
(11) 
Conditional use fee.
(a) 
Filing fee: $500 (in addition to any other applicable fees).
(b) 
Escrow: $1,000 initially or such sum as may be determined in the reasonable discretion of the Board Secretary, in addition to any other applicable escrow.
C. 
Waiver of fees for handicapped accessibility; Planning and Zoning Boards.
[Added 6-28-2000 by Ord. No. 1350; amended 5-23-2001 by Ord. No. 1367]
(1) 
Religious organizations. A religious community organization shall be charged 75% of the Board's application fee for any addition, renovation, alteration or improvement project proposed of which the scope of the project is specifically limited to solely promoting the handicapped accessibility by disabled persons (as defined in N.J.S.A. 40:55D-8 et seq. and N.J.S.A. 52:27D-126e) to and in its existing structure and facilities. This exemption shall not apply to required escrow fees and/or other professional fees.
(2) 
Residential single- and two-family dwellings. A disabled person (as defined in N.J.S.A. 40:55D-8 et seq. or N.J.S.A. 52:27D-126e) or an agent acting on behalf of a disabled person shall not be charged a Board application fee for any addition, renovation, alteration and improvement to his/her existing private residential single-family dwelling or his/her dwelling unit located in a two-family dwelling of which the scope of the proposed project is specifically limited to solely promoting handicapped accessibility to or in his/her own dwelling unit. This exception does not apply to required escrow fees, other professional fees, commercial buildings, public buildings, residential group homes, multiple dwellings (three or more units), new construction or reconstruction.
[Amended 4-11-2001 by Ord. No. 1370; 3-12-2003 by Ord. No. 1429; 4-30-2003 by Ord. No. 1435; 2-25-2004 by Ord. No. 1461; 4-10-2006 by Ord. No. 1527; 3-26-2008 by Ord. No. 1564; 3-25-2009 by Ord. No. 1597; 3-18-2010 by Ord. No. 1619; 3-9-2011 by Ord. No. 1637; 3-14-2012 by Ord. No. 1654; 4-10-2013 by Ord. No. 1682; 2-12-2014 by Ord. No. 1694; 3-30-2016 by Ord. No. 1732]
In accordance with the provisions of Chapter 32, § 32-3, the following annual fees are hereby established:
A. 
Pool membership.
[Amended 4-11-2018 by Ord. No. 1784; 4-10-2019 by Ord. No. 1802]
(1) 
General membership.
Badge Issued Before May 30
Badge Issued After May 30
Nonwalking toddler
Free
Free
Walking to 11 years old
$55
$65
Age 12 to 17
$75
$85
Age 18 to 61
$110
$120
Senior age 62+
$20
$25
Family membership cap (does not include nonresident caregiver)
$375
$400
Caregiver memberships
Resident caregiver (Glen Rock driver's license required)
$125
$135
Nonresident caregiver
$250
$300
Adult resident daily fee (with res. ID card)
$25
$25
(2) 
Lap swimming, resident:
Badge Issued Before May 30
Badge Issued After May 30
Early Morning Club (18 to 61 years old)
$50
$50
Early Morning Club (62 years and older)
$20
$20
(3) 
Lap swimming, nonresident.
Badge Issued Before May 30
Badge Issued After May 30
Early Morning Club/general lap (all ages)
$400
$400
10 trip lap swimming coupon book
$100
$100
Per diem (all ages)
$12
$12
(4) 
Resident and nonresident daily guests.
Badge Issued Before May 16 Monday-Friday
Badge Issued After May 16 Weekends
Adult resident daily fee (w/valid resident ID card)
$10
$20
Nonwalking toddler
Free
Free
Adult guest (18 to 61 years old)
$10
$20
Senior citizens (62 years old and over)
$5
$10
Child (walking to 17 years old)
$5
$10
NOTES:
Must be accompanied by a resident member.
(5) 
Discounted coupon books.
(6) 
A convenience fee of 2.4% will be applied to your badge purchase if payment is made with a swiped debit or credit card, in the office and online.
(7) 
Complimentary badges will be offered to Fire Department members from neighboring communities based on the Fire Chief's recommendation, approved by the Mayor and Council, on an annual basis.
B. 
General programs.
(1) 
Shack Summer Day Camp (residents only).
(a) 
One camper: $100.
(b) 
Two campers: $200.
(c) 
Three or more campers: $250.
(2) 
Swim team (residents only).
(a) 
One swimmer: $70.
(b) 
Two swimmers: $95.
(c) 
Three Swimmers: $120.
(d) 
Four-plus swimmers (family cap): $140.
(3) 
Kindergarten swim (residents only).
(a) 
Per swimmer: $50.
(4) 
Learn to swim.
(a) 
Per participant: $180.
(5) 
Lifeguard full certification course (includes CPR, AED, LG and FA).
(a) 
General public registration: $400.
(6) 
Lifeguard recertification course (includes CPR, AED, LG and FA).
(a) 
Staff registration: $60.
(b) 
General public registration: $150.
(7) 
CPR, AED, LG and FA recertification course.
(a) 
Staff registration: $45.
(b) 
General public registration: $75.
(8) 
Rutgers S.A.F.E.T.Y. coaches certification course.
(a) 
General public registration: $30.
(9) 
Men's adult basketball registration: $35.
(10) 
Pool pavilion rental fee.
(a) 
Initial fee/deposit: $150; $50 refund if no violation of Borough rules and regulations.
(11) 
Memorial Park picnic area rental fee (50 or more people only).
(a) 
Initial fee/deposit: $150; $50 refund if no violation of Borough rules and regulations.
(12) 
HSA entire school parties/private parties (400-person maximum and four-hour maximum).
(a) 
Rental fee/party: $800.
(13) 
HSA graduation pool parties/private parties (Main Pool open; children pool closed) (400-person maximum and four-hour maximum).
(a) 
Rental fee/hour: $125.
(14) 
Athletic Field rental fee (third-party organizations).
(a) 
Rental fee/hour/field: $100.
In accordance with the provisions of Chapter 66, Alcoholic Beverages, § 66-1 et seq., the following annual fees are hereby established:
A. 
Plenary retail consumption: $2,000.
B. 
Plenary retail distribution: $1,630.
C. 
Limited retail distribution: $50.
D. 
Club license: $150.
In accordance with the provisions of Chapter 74, Animals, § 74-1 et seq., the following annual fees are hereby established:
A. 
Dog/cat spayed (neutered): $15.
[Amended 11-22-2004 by Ord. No. 1488; 11-12-2008 by Ord. No. 1577]
B. 
Dog/cat not spayed (neutered): $20.
[Amended 11-22-2004 by Ord. No. 1488; 11-12-2008 by Ord. No. 1577]
C. 
Replacement tag: $1.
D. 
Kennel (fewer than 10 dogs): $15.
E. 
Kennel (more than 10 dogs): $50.
F. 
Potentially dangerous license: $700.
[Added 10-11-2000 by Ord. No. 1360]
G. 
Late fee for nonrenewal of each pet license by 1/31 of each year will be $10.
[Added 4-11-2018 by Ord. No. 1784]
In accordance with the provisions of Chapter 200, Taxicabs, § 200-1, and livery service/limousines, § 200-12 et al, the following annual fees are hereby established:
A. 
Taxicab owners: $50.
B. 
Livery service/limousines: $50.
In accordance with the provisions of Chapter 208, Trees and Shrubs, § 208-1 et al, the following fees are hereby established:
A. 
Planting of trees on public street, public rights-of-way or public property: $150.
B. 
Charge per yard for grass dumped by licensed landscapers at the recycling center: $25.
[Added 6-27-2001 by Ord. No. 1379; amended 5-14-2008 by Ord. No. 1572]
In accordance with the provisions of Chapter 158, Peddling and Soliciting, § 158-1 et seq., the following fees are hereby established:
A. 
Each vehicle: $250.
[Amended 4-29-2009 by Ord. No. 1600; 8-26-2009 by Ord. No. 1607; 12-28-2011 by Ord. No. 1649; 7-22-2020 by Ord. No. 1821]
In accordance with the provisions of Chapter 204, Towing, § 204-1 et seq., the following fees are hereby established:
A. 
The following is a fee schedule for basic automobile, motorcycles, motorized bikes, towing services and heavy-duty recovery.
(1) 
Light duty (up to 10,000 pounds) hook up: $150 per hour.
(2) 
Medium duty (10,001 to 16,000 pounds): $250 per hour.
(3) 
Heavy duty (16,001 pounds and above): $500 per hour.
(4) 
Decoupling fee (if tow is not performed): 1/2 of basic rate.
B. 
The following is the rate for road service.
(1) 
Cars (light): $125 per hour plus parts.
(2) 
Trucks (medium/heavy): $175 per hour plus parts.
C. 
The following is the rate for on-hook mileage.
(1) 
Light duty: $6 per loaded mile.
(2) 
Medium duty: N/A.
(3) 
Heavy duty: N/A.
D. 
The following are the rates for recovery/winching (In addition to towing, per truck, including driver).
(1) 
Light/medium duty (10,001 to 16,000 pounds): $350 per hour charged in 1/2 hour increments of $175 per 1/2 hour.
(2) 
Heavy duty (16,001 pounds and above): $600 per hour.
E. 
The following are the rates for specialized recovery equipment:
(1) 
Rotator/crane recovery unit: $1,200 per hour.
(2) 
Tractor with Landoll trailer or detach trailer: $450 per hour.
(3) 
Tractor/transport hauler only: $250 per hour.
(4) 
Refrigerated trailer with tractor: $450 per hour.
(5) 
Box trailer with tractor: $400 per hour.
(6) 
Air cushion unit: $1,000 per hour.
(7) 
Light tower: $250 per hour.
(8) 
Pallet jack: $200 flat rate.
(9) 
Rollers: $200 flat rate.
(10) 
Any other specialized equipment: $250 per hour.
(11) 
Loader/backhoe/telescopic handler bulldozer/bobcat: $300 per hour each.
(12) 
Forklift: $300 per hour.
(13) 
Dump truck/dump trailer with tractor: $350 per hour.
(14) 
Roll-off with container: $350 per hour plus disposal.
(15) 
Recovery Supervisor vehicle: $150 per hour.
(16) 
Scene safety equipment, communication equipment, traffic management equipment, etc.: $250 per hour each type used.
(17) 
Recovery support vehicle/trailer additional recovery equipment: $350 per hour.
F. 
The following are the rates for labor (all labor minimum of one hour):
(1) 
Accident minor cleanup and disposal of debris: $75 per hour, one-hour minimum, plus absorbent materials used.
(2) 
Recovery Supervisor and/or Level III Recovery Specialist: $225 per hour (charges limited to one per incident).
(3) 
Certified towing operator: $125 per hour per man.
(4) 
Manual laborers: $100 per hour per man.
G. 
The following are the rates for storage per calendar day (inside rates two times outside rate):
(1) 
Cars/light trucks, ten-foot by twenty-foot space: $45 per day.
(2) 
Trucks (dual wheels)/single axle: $90 per day.
(3) 
Tractor/dump truck/tractor and trailer combo/trailers: $125 per unit per day.
(4) 
Buses: $150 per day.
(5) 
Roll-off: $125 per day for each.
(6) 
Cargo/accident debris/load storage/vehicle components, ten-foot by twenty-foot space: $45 per space used per day.
(7) 
Rental of any tow-company-supplied trailer post incident: $500 per day.
H. 
The following are the rates for additional services:
(1) 
Fuel/Hazmat/cargo spills cleanup and disposal: time and material.
(2) 
Hazmat and trash recovery subcontractor mark-up: surcharged 10%.
(3) 
Administrative charge only after third visit to vehicle, cars only: $50.
(4) 
Administration charge, medium/heavy truck: $200.
(5) 
After-hours release: $75.
(6) 
Notification documentation fee: $50.
(7) 
Tarping/wrapping vehicle: $90 per car; $250 per truck.
(8) 
Fuel surcharge: reserved for future need.
I. 
After the first hour, all hourly billable rates will be charged in half-hour increments. Charges for all trucks/recovery equipment are inclusive of the operator. There cannot be a separate charge for an operator that drives/operates the truck/recovery equipment.
[Amended 4-26-2000 by Ord. No. 1349; 6-28-2000 by Ord. No. 1350; 5-23-2001 by Ord. No. 1367; 6-27-2001 by Ord. No. 1379; 10-23-2002 by Ord. No. 1421; 4-30-2008 by Ord. No. 1571; 2-12-2014 by Ord. No. 1692; 2-24-2016 by Ord. No. 1731; 1-25-2017 by Ord. No. 1755]
In accordance with the provisions of Chapter 90, Construction Codes, Uniform, § 90-1 et seq., the following fees are hereby established:
A. 
Uniform Construction Code fees. The following fees have been established through the New Jersey Uniform Construction Code, as established by the State of New Jersey. (NOTE: Fees for combinations of renovations and additions shall be computed as the sum of the fees for the additions and renovations computed separately.)
(1) 
Building Subcode fees.
[Amended 4-11-2018 by Ord. No. 1784]
Type
Fee
Minimum fee for Use Group(s) R3, R4, R5, U
$75
Minimum fee for all other use groups
$150
New construction/additions (buildings and structures)
Per cubic foot of volume
$0.08
Minimum fees
Principal building
$300
Accessory structure(s) (including utility sheds over 200 square feet)
$150
Alterations/renovation/reconstruction to existing principal and accessory buildings and structures
Per $1,000 of estimated cost up to $100,000
$18
Per $1,000 of estimated cost over $100,001
$15
Fences — pool barriers and fences over 6 feet in height
$75
Fireplaces and stoves (wood/solid fuel)
$75
Swimming pools
In-ground pool (including safety fencing)
$200
Aboveground pools (including safety fencing or alternate protection)
$100
Communication towers and similar open structures
$300
Signs — flat fee per sign
$100
Tents larger than 900 square feet or 30 feet in diameter
$75
Asbestos abatement (fee set by N.J.A.C. 5:23-8.9, as amended)
Administrative fee permit
$84
Administrative fee — certificate of occupancy
$17
Lead abatement
$150
Temporary structures
$150
Demolition of buildings and structures
Residential
Principal structures
$200
Accessory structure
$100
Commercial
Principal building
$400
Accessory structure
$200
(2) 
Electrical Subcode fees.
[Amended 4-11-2018 by Ord. No. 1784]
Type
Fee
Minimum fee for Use Groups R3, R4, R5, U
$75
Minimum fee for all other use groups
$150
First 25 total of lighting fixtures, receptacles, switches, detectors, light poles, motors-fract, H.P., emergency and exit lights
$75
Each additional total of 25 units
$50
Swimming pool
In-ground
$100
Aboveground/spa/hot tub
$75
Electric appliance — range, oven, water heater, dryer, dishwasher, garbage disposal, baseboard heat (each)
$25
HVAC equipment — central AC and central heat
$100
Alarm system — burglar/fire
$75
Transformers/generator
100 KVA or less (each)
$100
Over 100 KVA
$500
Service/subpanel
200 amps or less
$100
200 to less than 300 amps
$300
Over 300 amps
$500
Solar panel fees
Inverters
$100
Panel
1 to 25
$75
Each additional 25
$50
Micro Inverter
1 to 25
$75
Each additional 25
$50
Optimizer
1 to 25
$75
Each additional 25
$50
Solar production meter (panel)
$100
Service/subpanel
Combiner box
$100
Disconnect
$100
Solar system
$10 x KW
(3) 
Fire Subcode fees.
[Amended 4-11-2018 by Ord. No. 1784]
Type
Fee
Minimum fee for Use Groups R3, R4, R5, U
$75
Minimum fee for all other use groups
$150
Storage tank installation — flammable/combustible liquid
Residential
$75
Commercial
$150
Storage tank removal/abandonment
Residential
$100
Commercial
$200
Alarm systems — new installation
Residential
$75
Commercial — up to 20 combined devices
$150
Alarm systems, supervisory devices, signaling devices, (each), changes to existing systems and additional commercial devices
$15
Suppression systems, per head
$10
Standpipes, wall hydrants, hose stations/fire pumps
$100
Preengineered system
$150
Kitchen hood exhaust systems
$150
Gas/oil-fired appliances
$100
B vent
$75
(4) 
Plumbing Subcode fees.
Type
Fee
Minimum fee for Use Groups R3, R4, R5, U
$75
Minimum fee for all other use groups
$150
Fixtures/devices: water closets, urinal/bidet/bathtub, lavatory, shower, floor drain/sink, dishwasher, washing machine, hose bib, stack, disposal, drinking fountain, water softener, roof drain, condensate drain, backflow device (each)
$25
Water heaters
$75
Boiler
$100
Gas piping/fuel oil piping (each connection)
$50
Sewer pump
$50
Interception/separator
$50
Grease trap
$100
Sewer connection
$75
Water service connection
$75
Swimming pool suction drain
$75
Chimney liner
$75
(5) 
Mechanical Subcode fees.
Type
Fee
Minimum fee for use groups R-3, R-4, R-5 only
$75
Water heater
$75
Installation or replacement of heating and cooling equipment or other mechanical equipment in existing buildings of R-3, R-4, and R-5 use groups
$100
Standby power generators in existing buildings of R-3, R-4, R-5 use groups
$100
(6) 
Elevator Subcode fees.
In accordance with New Jersey Department of Community Affairs, N.J.A.C. 5:23-12, as amended.
(7) 
Certificate fees - Uniform Construction Code.
Type
Fee
Certificate of occupancy
Residential
New single-family detached/attached dwellings
$150
Other than single-family dwellings
$150 plus $50 per additional dwelling unit
Residential additions
$100
Change of use: residential to residential
$150
Nonresidential
New nonresidential buildings and additions
$300 plus $100 per additional tenant space
Change in use
$300
Certificate of continued occupancy
Residential
Single-family dwellings
$100
Other than single-family dwellings
$100 plus $100 per additional dwelling unit
Nonresidential
Single-tenancy nonresidential building
$300
Multiple-tenancy spaces and/or mixed-use buildings
$300 plus $100 per additional nonresidential tenant space and/or $50 per additional residential dwelling unit
Certificates of approval, compliance and clearance (lead abatement)
No fee
Temporary certificates of occupancy
Up to a 60-day period, initial issuance
$50
(8) 
Plan review fees.
Twenty percent of the total construction permit fee.
Plan review fees are not refundable.
(9) 
Variation fees.
Type
Fee
Residential
$75
Nonresidential
$150
(10) 
Construction Board of Appeals fees.
Fees set by Bergen County Construction Board of Appeals located at One Bergen County Plaza, Fifth Floor, Freeholder's Public Meeting Room, Hackensack, New Jersey 07601.
(11) 
DCA training fees.
Fees set by pursuant to N.J.A.C. 5:23-4.19, as amended.
(12) 
Site work/zoning review fees.
[Amended 4-11-2018 by Ord. No. 1784]
Type
Fee
Minimum fee, residential
$75
Minimum fee, nonresidential
$150
Per $1,000 of estimated costs
$18
(13) 
Borough engineering escrow. [Amended 4-11-2018 by Ord. No. 1784]
New construction and additions to existing buildings with a footprint increase of 100 square feet or larger, nonresidential sitework and individual unit not part of an approved subdivision consisting of two or more single-family residential regrading and/or drainage work: $750 initial deposit. All outstanding fees are to be paid, in full, prior to the issuance of a certificate of occupancy.
(14) 
Residential resale, reoccupancy or rental.
[Amended 4-11-2018 by Ord. No. 1784]
Certificate issued pursuant to Chapter 230, § 230-96B(2)
Type
Fee
Certificate of continued occupancy, per dwelling unit
$100
Temporary certificate of continued occupancy, per dwelling unit
$100
Certificate of noncompliance
$100
(15) 
Miscellaneous.
Type
Fee
Change of contractor, fee per subcode
$50
A. 
In accordance with the provisions of Chapter 108, Fire Prevention, § 108-1 et seq., the following annual fees are hereby established:
[Amended 5-28-2003 by Ord. No. 1441]
(1) 
Business.
(a) 
Businesses up to 1,000 square feet: $50.
(b) 
One thousand one to 4,000 square feet: $60.
(c) 
Four thousand one to 11,999 square feet: $85.
(d) 
Building common area: $45.
(2) 
Mercantile.
(a) 
Mercantile up to 1,000 square feet: $40.
(b) 
One thousand one to 4,000 square feet: $60.
(c) 
Four thousand one to 11,999 square feet: $85.
(d) 
Building common area: $45.
B. 
Additional inspections and fees. In addition to the registration, inspections and fees required pursuant to the Act and regulations of the Department of Community Affairs, the following additional annual inspection fees shall be required. Annual notification and registration of all commercial properties. Local registration fee and annual inspection plan at the beginning of each year, notification and registration form will be sent to each commercial owner and tenant explaining the purpose of the forms and the annual inspection, which is required by the State Fire Prevention Bureau, the inspection timetable and the annual fee.
(1) 
Places of assembly: $75.
(2) 
Businesses.
(a) 
Business up to 1,000 square feet: $40.
(b) 
One thousand one to 4,000 square feet: $50.
(c) 
Four thousand one to 11,999 square feet: $65.
(3) 
Mercantile.
(a) 
Mercantile up to 1,000 square feet: $40.
(b) 
One thousand one to 4,000 square feet: $50.
(c) 
Four thousand one to 11,999 square feet: $65.
(4) 
Building common area: $35.
(5) 
Factory or industrial: $75.
(6) 
Residential.
(a) 
Two-family (absentee ownership): $25.
(b) 
Three to 10 dwelling units: $50.
(c) 
Eleven to 20 dwelling units: $75.
(d) 
Over 20 dwelling units: $150.
(7) 
Commercial.
(a) 
Storage building: $75.
(b) 
Temporary miscellaneous: $75.
(8) 
Hot tar kettle (per permit): $50.
[Added 3-8-2000 by Ord. No. 1341; last amended 12-11-2019 by Ord. No. 1812]
In accordance with the provisions of Chapter 150, the following fees are hereby established for employee parking and meter parking.
A. 
Employee parking: $50 per annum.
B. 
Electronic meter parking:
(1) 
Effective January 1, 2020: $10 per day, nonresidents.
(2) 
Effective January 1, 2021: $12 per day, nonresidents.
C. 
Resident commuter parking.
(1) 
Resident commuter parking: $200 per annum for each vehicle, prorated monthly as of June 1; and a discounted rate for a second vehicle of $150 per annum, prorated monthly as of June 1.
(2) 
Discount rate: Residents providing proof that they either own or lease a hybrid or alternate-fuel vehicle: $180 per annum.
[Added 6-28-2000 by Ord. No. 1350]
A. 
In accordance with the provisions of Chapter 188, Streets and Sidewalks, § 188-1 et seq., the following fees are established:
(1) 
Repair, replacement and new construction (which is not part of an approved site plan or subdivision) site work permit fees are as follows:
(a) 
Public: sidewalks, street curbing, driveways, parking lots, driveway entrances, driveway aprons, driveway curb cuts and ramps.
[1] 
Minimum fee (except for inspection fee for resetting sidewalk): $40.
[2] 
Per $1,000 of estimated cost: $14.
[3] 
Certificate of approval: no fee.
[4] 
Inspection fee for resetting sidewalks: $20.
B. 
In accordance with Chapter 184, Solid Waste, the following fees are established:
[Added 5-22-2002 by Ord. No. 1412]
(1) 
Permit fee for the placement and for one inspection of a commercial dumpster placed on residential property: $25.
[Added 4-3-2002 by Ord. No. 1406]
In accordance with Chapter 133, Article III, Film Permits, the following fees are established:
A. 
Film license: $500 per day.
[Amended 4-11-2018 by Ord. No. 1784]
[Added 2-25-2004 by Ord. No. 1462]
A. 
Transportation book fee (book of $25 worth of Ridgewood Taxi coupons): $11 for Glen Rock resident seniors.
[Added 8-25-2004 by Ord. No. 1473; amended 12-16-2009 by Ord. No. 1611; 6-27-2012 by Ord. No. 1666; 2-12-2014 by Ord. No. 1692]
In accordance with the provisions of § 40-13, entitled "Fees for administrative services," the following fees are hereby established:
A. 
Fingerprinting: $10.
B. 
Municipal Court discovery fees:
(1) 
All requests for discovery in matters pending in the Glen Rock Municipal Court shall be submitted through the Borough Prosecutor. Notwithstanding the foregoing, to the extent said fees may conflict with the fee schedule promulgated by the Administrative Director of the Courts, the latter shall control.
(2) 
Police reports:
(a) 
Standard-sized paper documents, if requested and picked up in person:
Size
Fee
(per page)
Letter size or smaller
$0.05
Legal size or larger
$0.07
(b) 
A special service charge shall be imposed, in addition to the actual cost of duplicating the record, where the nature, format, manner of collation or volume of print is such that it cannot be reproduced by ordinary document-copying equipment in ordinary business size or where such record involves an extraordinary expenditure of time and effort to accommodate the request. The estimated and actual charges shall be calculated based upon the actual administrative time for the employee performing the work. The requestor shall have the opportunity to review and object to the charge prior to it being incurred.
(c) 
For discovery returned by mail, the requestor shall be charged the sum of $5 to cover the cost of postage and related mailing supplies.
(d) 
For records to be provided in mediums such as computer disc, CD-ROM, DVD, audiotape ("digital medium"), the requestor shall supply to the Prosecutor, or his/her designee, the appropriate digital medium to be used for reproduction.
(e) 
Photographs will be photocopied at the actual cost of reproduction.
(f) 
If the requestor requests an electronic record: in a medium or format not routinely used by the Prosecutor; not routinely developed or maintained by the Prosecutor; or requiring a substantial amount of manipulation or programming of information technology, the Prosecutor may charge, in addition to the actual costs of duplication, a special charge that shall be reasonable and shall be based on the cost for any extensive use of information technology, or the labor cost of personnel providing the service that is actually incurred by the Prosecutor, or the clerical or supervisory assistance required. The requestor shall have the opportunity to review and object to the charge prior to the charge being incurred.
C. 
Solicitor's permit: $50.
[Added 4-11-2018 by Ord. No. 1784]
[Added 8-25-2004 by Ord. No. 1482]
In accordance with the provisions of Chapter 32, Parks and Recreation, Division of, the following fees are established:
A. 
Participation fee: Child Summer Program (Pool Shack).
B. 
Season fee: $50 per child. In no event shall the total fee paid by any one resident family exceed the sum of $125 per season.
[1]
Editor's Note: Former § 101-20, Commuter shuttle transportation, added 12-10-2008 by Ord. No. 1581, as amended, was repealed 4-11-2018 by Ord. No. 1784.
[Added 1-28-2009 by Ord. No. 1589[1]]
A. 
Purpose.
(1) 
In Holmdel Builder's Association v. Holmdel Township, 121 N.J. 550 (1990), the New Jersey Supreme Court determined that mandatory development fees are authorized by the Fair Housing Act of 1985 (the Act), N.J.S.A. 52:27d-301 et seq., and the State Constitution, subject to the Council on Affordable Housing's (COAH's) adoption of rules.
(2) 
Pursuant to P.L. 2008, c. 46, § 8 (N.J.S.A. 52:27D-329.2), and the Statewide Non-Residential Development Fee Act (N.J.S.A. 40:55D-8.1 through 40:55D-8.7), COAH is authorized to adopt and promulgate regulations necessary for the establishment, implementation, review, monitoring and enforcement of municipal affordable housing trust funds and corresponding spending plans. Municipalities that are under the jurisdiction of the Council or court of competent jurisdiction and have a COAH-approved spending plan may retain fees collected from nonresidential development.
(3) 
This section establishes standards for the collection, maintenance, and expenditure of development fees pursuant to COAH's regulations and in accordance P.L. 2008, c. 46, §§ 8 and 32 through 38. Fees collected pursuant to this section shall be used for the sole purpose of providing low- and moderate-income housing. This section shall be interpreted within the framework of COAH's rules on development fees, codified at N.J.A.C. 5:97-8.
B. 
Basic requirements.
(1) 
This section shall not be effective until approved by COAH pursuant to N.J.A.C. 5:96-5.1.
(2) 
The Borough of Glen Rock shall not spend development fees until COAH has approved a plan for spending such fees in conformance with N.J.A.C. 5:97-8.10 and 5:96-5.3.
C. 
Definitions. The following terms, as used in this section, shall have the following meanings:
AFFORDABLE HOUSING DEVELOPMENT
A development included in the Housing Element and Fair Share Plan, and includes, but is not limited to, an inclusionary development, a municipal construction project or a one-hundred-percent affordable development.
COAH or THE COUNCIL
The New Jersey Council on Affordable Housing established under the Act which has primary jurisdiction for the administration of housing obligations in accordance with sound regional planning consideration in the state.
DEVELOPER
The legal or beneficial owner or owners of a lot or of any land proposed to be included in a proposed development, including the holder of an option or contract to purchase, or other person having an enforceable proprietary interest in such land.
DEVELOPMENT FEE
Money paid by a developer for the improvement of property as permitted in N.J.A.C. 5:97-8.3.
EQUALIZED ASSESSED VALUE
The assessed value of a property divided by the current average ratio of assessed to true value for the municipality in which the property is situated, as determined in accordance with §§ 1, 5 and 6 of P.L. 1973, c. 123 (N.J.S.A. 54:1-35a through c).
GREEN BUILDING STRATEGIES
Those strategies that minimize the impact of development on the environment, and enhance the health, safety and well-being of residents by producing durable, low-maintenance, resource-efficient housing while making optimum use of existing infrastructure and community services.
D. 
Residential development fees.
(1) 
Imposed fees.
(a) 
Within all of the residential zoning district(s), residential developers, except for developers of the types of development specifically exempted below, shall pay a fee of 1% of the equalized assessed value for residential development provided no increased density is permitted.
(b) 
When an increase in residential density pursuant to N.J.S.A. 40:55D-70d(5) (known as a "d" variance) has been permitted, developers may be required to pay a development fee of 6% of the equalized assessed value for each additional unit that may be realized. However, if the zoning on a site has changed during the two-year period preceding the filing of such a variance application, the base density for the purposes of calculating the bonus development fee shall be the highest density permitted by right during the two-year period preceding the filing of the variance application.
(c) 
Example: If an approval allows four units to be constructed on a site that was zoned two units, the fees could equal 1% of the equalized assessed value on the first two units; and 6% of the equalized assessed value for the two additional units, provided zoning on the site has not changed during the two-year period preceding the filing of such a variance application.
(2) 
Eligible exactions, ineligible exactions and exemptions for residential development.
(a) 
Affordable housing developments, developments where the developer is providing for the construction of affordable units elsewhere in the municipality and developments where the developer has made a payment in lieu of on-site construction of affordable units shall be exempt from development fees.
(b) 
Developments that have received preliminary or final site plan approval prior to the adoption of a municipal development fee ordinance shall be exempt from development fees, unless the developer seeks a substantial change in the approval. Where a site plan approval does not apply, a zoning and/or building permit shall be synonymous with preliminary or final site plan approval for this purpose. The fee percentage shall be vested on the date that the building permit is issued.
(c) 
Development fees shall be imposed and collected when an existing structure undergoes a change to a more intense use, is demolished and replaced, or is expanded, if the expansion is not otherwise exempt from the development fee requirement. The development fee shall be calculated on the increase in the equalized assessed value of the improved structure.
(d) 
Owner-occupied residential structures demolished and replaced as a result of a fire, flood or natural disaster shall be exempt from paying a development fee.
E. 
Nonresidential development fees.
(1) 
Imposed fees.
(a) 
Within all zoning districts, nonresidential developers shall pay a fee equal to 2.5% of the equalized assessed value of the land and improvements for all new nonresidential construction on an unimproved lot or lots.
(b) 
Nonresidential developers, except for developers of the types of development specifically exempted, shall also pay a fee equal to 2.5% of the increase in equalized assessed value resulting from any additions to existing structures to be used for nonresidential purposes.
(c) 
Development fees shall be imposed and collected when an existing structure is demolished and replaced. The development fee of 2.5% shall be calculated on the difference between the equalized assessed value of the preexisting land and improvement and the equalized assessed value of the newly improved structure, i.e., land and improvement, at the time final certificate of occupancy is issued. If the calculation required under this section results in a negative number, the nonresidential development fee shall be zero.
(2) 
Eligible exactions, ineligible exactions and exemptions for nonresidential development.
(a) 
The nonresidential portion of a mixed-use inclusionary or market-rate development shall be subject to the two-and-a-half-percent development fee, unless otherwise exempted below.
(b) 
The two-and-a-half-percent fee shall not apply to an increase in equalized assessed value resulting from alterations, change in use within existing footprint, reconstruction, renovations and repairs.
(c) 
Nonresidential developments shall be exempt from the payment of nonresidential development fees in accordance with the exemptions required pursuant to P.L. 2008, c. 46, as specified in the Form N-RDF, State of New Jersey Non-Residential Development Certification/Exemption Form. Any exemption claimed by a developer shall be substantiated by that developer.
(d) 
A developer of a nonresidential development exempted from the nonresidential development fee pursuant to P.L. 2008, c. 46, shall be subject to it at such time the basis for the exemption no longer applies, and shall make the payment of the nonresidential development fee, in that event, within three years after that event or after the issuance of the final certificate of occupancy of the nonresidential development, whichever is later.
(e) 
If a property which was exempted from the collection of a nonresidential development fee thereafter ceases to be exempt from property taxation, the owner of the property shall remit the fees required pursuant to this section within 45 days of the termination of the property tax exemption. Unpaid nonresidential development fees under these circumstances may be enforceable by the Borough of Glen Rock as a lien against the real property of the owner.
F. 
Collection procedures.
(1) 
Upon the granting of a preliminary, final or other applicable approval for a development, the applicable approving authority shall direct its staff to notify the construction official responsible for the issuance of a building permit.
(2) 
For nonresidential developments only, the developer shall also be provided with a copy of Form N-RDF, State of New Jersey Nonresidential Development Certification/Exemption, to be completed as per the instructions provided. The developer of a nonresidential development shall complete Form N-RDF as per the instructions provided. The construction official shall verify the information submitted by the nonresidential developer as per the instructions provided in the Form N-RDF. The Tax Assessor shall verify exemptions and prepare estimated and final assessments as per the instructions provided in Form N-RDF.
(3) 
The construction official responsible for the issuance of a building permit shall notify the local tax assessor of the issuance of the first building permit for a development which is subject to a development fee.
(4) 
Within 90 days of receipt of that notice, the Municipal Tax Assessor, based on the plans filed, shall provide an estimate of the equalized assessed value of the development.
(5) 
The construction official responsible for the issuance of a final certificate of occupancy notifies the local assessor of any and all requests for the scheduling of a final inspection on property which is subject to a development fee.
(6) 
Within 10 business days of a request for the scheduling of a final inspection, the Municipal Assessor shall confirm or modify the previously estimated equalized assessed value of the improvements of the development; calculate the development fee; and thereafter notify the developer of the amount of the fee.
(7) 
Should the Borough of Glen Rock fail to determine or notify the developer of the amount of the development fee within 10 business days of the request for final inspection, the developer may estimate the amount due and pay that estimated amount consistent with the dispute process set forth in Subsection b of § 37 of P.L. 2008, c. 46 (N.J.S.A. 40:55D-8.6).
(8) 
The developer shall pay 100% of the calculated development fee amount prior to the municipal issuance of a final certificate of occupancy for the subject property.
G. 
Appeal of development fees.
(1) 
A developer may challenge residential development fees imposed by filing a challenge with the County Board of Taxation. Pending a review and determination by the Board, collected fees shall be placed in an interest-bearing escrow account by the Borough of Glen Rock. Appeals from a determination of the Board may be made to the tax court in accordance with the provisions of the State Tax Uniform Procedure Law, N.J.S.A. 54:48-1 et seq., within 90 days after the date of such determination. Interest earned on amounts escrowed shall be credited to the prevailing party.
(2) 
A developer may challenge nonresidential development fees imposed by filing a challenge with the Director of the Division of Taxation. Pending a review and determination by the Director, which shall be made within 45 days of receipt of the challenge, collected fees shall be placed in an interest-bearing escrow account by the Borough of Glen Rock. Appeals from a determination of the Director may be made to the tax court in accordance with the provisions of the State Tax Uniform Procedure Law, N.J.S.A. 54:48-1 et seq., within 90 days after the date of such determination. Interest earned on amounts escrowed shall be credited to the prevailing party.
H. 
Affordable Housing Trust Fund.
(1) 
There is hereby created a separate, interest-bearing housing trust fund to be maintained by the Chief Financial Officer or Deputy Chief Financial Officer for the purpose of depositing development fees collected from residential and nonresidential developers and proceeds from the sale of units with extinguished controls.
(2) 
The following additional funds shall be deposited in the Affordable Housing Trust Fund and shall at all times be identifiable by source and amount:
(a) 
Payments in lieu of on-site construction of affordable units;
(b) 
Developer-contributed funds to make 10% of the adaptable entrances in a townhouse or other multistory attached development accessible;
(c) 
Rental income from municipally operated units;
(d) 
Repayments from affordable housing program loans;
(e) 
Recapture funds;
(f) 
Proceeds from the sale of affordable units; and
(g) 
Any other funds collected in connection with the Borough of Glen Rock's affordable housing program.
(3) 
Within seven days from the opening of the trust fund account, the Borough of Glen Rock shall provide COAH with written authorization, in the form of a three-party escrow agreement between the municipality, the bank, and COAH, to permit COAH to direct the disbursement of the funds as provided for in N.J.A.C. 5:97-8.13(b).
(4) 
All interest accrued in the housing trust fund shall only be used on eligible affordable housing activities approved by COAH.
I. 
Use of funds.
(1) 
The expenditure of all funds shall conform to a spending plan approved by COAH. Funds deposited in the housing trust fund may be used for any activity approved by COAH to address the Borough of Glen Rock's fair share obligation and may be set up as a grant or revolving loan program. Such activities include, but are not limited to: preservation or purchase of housing for the purpose of maintaining or implementing affordability controls, rehabilitation, new construction of affordable housing units and related costs, accessory apartment, market to affordable, or regional housing partnership programs, conversion of existing nonresidential buildings to create new affordable units, green building strategies designed to be cost saving and in accordance with accepted national or state standards, purchase of land for affordable housing, improvement of land to be used for affordable housing, extensions or improvements of roads and infrastructure to affordable housing sites, financial assistance designed to increase affordability, administration necessary for implementation of the Housing Element and Fair Share Plan, or any other activity as permitted pursuant to N.J.A.C. 5:97-8.7 through 5:97-8.9 and specified in the approved spending plan.
(2) 
Funds shall not be expended to reimburse the Borough of Glen Rock for past housing activities.
(3) 
At least 30% of all development fees collected and interest earned shall be used to provide affordability assistance to low- and moderate-income households in affordable units included in the municipal Fair Share Plan. One-third of the affordability assistance portion of development fees collected shall be used to provide affordability assistance to those households earning 30% or less of median income by region.
(a) 
Affordability assistance programs may include down payment assistance, security deposit assistance, low-interest loans, rental assistance, assistance with homeowners' association or condominium fees and special assessments, and assistance with emergency repairs.
(b) 
Affordability assistance to households earning 30% or less of median income may include buying down the cost of low- or moderate-income units in the municipal Fair Share Plan to make them affordable to households earning 30% or less of median income.
(c) 
Payments in lieu of constructing affordable units on site and funds from the sale of units with extinguished controls shall be exempt from the affordability assistance requirement.
(4) 
The Borough of Glen Rock may contract with a private or public entity to administer any part of its Housing Element and Fair Share Plan, including the requirement for affordability assistance, in accordance with N.J.A.C. 5:96-18.
(5) 
No more than 20% of all revenues collected from development fees may be expended on administration, including, but not limited to, salaries and benefits for municipal employees or consultant fees necessary to develop or implement a new construction program, a Housing Element and Fair Share Plan, and/or an affirmative marketing program. In the case of a rehabilitation program, no more than 20% of the revenues collected from development fees shall be expended for such administrative expenses. Administrative funds may be used for income qualification of households, monitoring the turnover of sale and rental units, and compliance with COAH's monitoring requirements. Legal or other fees related to litigation opposing affordable housing sites or objecting to the Council's regulations and/or action are not eligible uses of the Affordable Housing Trust Fund.
J. 
Monitoring. The Borough of Glen Rock shall complete and return to COAH all monitoring forms included in monitoring requirements related to the collection of development fees from residential and nonresidential developers, payments in lieu of constructing affordable units on site, funds from the sale of units with extinguished controls, barrier-free escrow funds, rental income, repayments from affordable housing program loans, and any other funds collected in connection with the Borough of Glen Rock's housing program, as well as to the expenditure of revenues and implementation of the plan certified by COAH. All monitoring reports shall be completed on forms designed by COAH.
K. 
Ongoing collection of fees. The ability for the Borough of Glen Rock to impose, collect and expend development fees shall expire with its substantive certification unless the Borough of Glen Rock has filed an adopted Housing Element and Fair Share Plan with COAH, has petitioned for substantive certification, and has received COAH's approval of its development fee ordinance. If the Borough of Glen Rock fails to renew its ability to impose and collect development fees prior to the expiration of substantive certification, it may be subject to forfeiture of any or all funds remaining within its municipal trust fund. Any funds so forfeited shall be deposited into the New Jersey Affordable Housing Trust Fund established pursuant to § 20 of P.L. 1985, c. 222 (N.J.S.A. 52:27D-320). The Borough of Glen Rock shall not impose a residential development fee on a development that receives preliminary or final site plan approval after the expiration of its substantive certification or judgment of compliance, nor shall the Borough of Glen Rock retroactively impose a development fee on such a development. The Borough of Glen Rock shall not expend development fees after the expiration of its substantive certification or judgment of compliance.
[1]
Editor's Note: This ordinance provided that it should take effect upon COAH approval, which was received.
[Added 1-30-2013 by Ord. No. 1675]
In accordance with the provisions of Chapter 32, Division of Parks and Recreation, the following fees are established:
A. 
Weekly rental fee: $25.
[Added 9-27-2017 by Ord. No. 1770[1]]
A. 
Copying; single copies. Copy rates shall be based upon those set forth pursuant to N.J.S.A. 47:1A-5(b) and any other applicable laws. In addition, pursuant to N.J.S.A. 39:4-131, an administrative fee of $5 will be charged for each motor vehicle accident report requested by any means other than in person during regular business hours.
[1]
Editor’s Note: This ordinance also repealed former § 101-23, Miscellaneous fees, added 8-28-2017 by Ord. No. 1766, as amended.
[Added 2-13-2019 by Ord. No. 1796; amended 4-24-2019 by Ord. No. 1803]
A. 
For non-Glen Rock-based businesses:
(1) 
Full season vendor (five Sundays): $40 per 12 by 12 space per Sunday.
(2) 
Occasional vendor (pop-up vendor) (one to four Sundays): $50 per 12 by 12 space per Sunday.
B. 
For Glen Rock-based businesses:
(1) 
Full season (five Sundays): $30 per 12 by 12 space per Sunday.
(2) 
Pop-up/occasional (one to four Sundays): $40 per 12 by 12 space per Sunday.
C. 
For Glen Rock-based nonprofits: $25 (for a single 12 by 12 space).
[Added 2-26-2020 by Ord. No. 1820]
A. 
Special event application fee: $25.
B. 
Special event permit late fee: $50.
C. 
Fire safety permits for tents and temporary structures; fire safety permits for cooking vendors: $54.
D. 
Temporary food permit: $54.
E. 
Borough electronic sign: $25 per week.
F. 
Special garbage pickup: $500.
G. 
Additional garbage detail from DPW (varies): $250 to $1,000.
H. 
GRPD, Public Safety, crossing guards: Fees vary based on numbers, rankings, holidays, etc. Contact GRPD for estimate.