Borough of Hawthorne, NJ
Passaic County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Municipal Council of the Borough of Hawthorne 12-20-1989 by Ord. No. 1510; amended in its entirety 11-6-2002 by Ord. No. 1801 (Ch. 95 of the 1989 Code). Subsequent amendments noted where applicable.]
The following schedule of fees is hereby established with respect to licenses, permits and activities required or regulated under the provisions of various chapters of the Code of the Borough of Hawthorne. Applications for and the issuance of such licenses and permits shall be subject to the provisions of the specific chapter of the Code which is indicated for each type of license or permit. The business, activity or operation for which the license or permit is required shall be subject to all regulations set forth in the chapter to which reference is made.
[Amended 3-19-2014 by Ord. No. 2110-14]
Fee
Permits under the Uniform Fire Safety Act and Uniform Fire Code:
For inspections required under the Uniform Fire Safety Act, Uniform Fire Safety Code or regulations of the Department of Community Affairs, for which no fee is provided in the Act, Code or applicable regulation, there shall be charged the following annual fees, which shall be payable not later than 30 days after notification of the respective occupant of the assessment of such fee
Occupancies up to 499 square feet
$40
Occupancies 500 to 999 square feet
$55
Occupancies 1,000 to 2,999 square feet
$70
Occupancies 3,000 to 4,999 square feet
$85
Occupancies 5,000 to 6,999 square feet
$100
Occupancies 7,000 to 8,999 square feet
$115
Occupancies 9,000 to 10,999 square feet
$130
Occupancies 11,000 square feet and over
$150
Multiple-family dwelling inspections. Fees for inspection of common areas of dwellings consisting of three or more units based on number of common areas for one property (Use group R-2)
Up to 3 common areas
$50
4 to 10 common areas
$65
11 to 20 common areas
$125
21 to 50 common areas
$175
51 or more common areas
$225
Resale, per unit
For applications filed five or more days prior to requested inspection date
$65
For applications filed less than five days prior to requested inspection date
$85
[Added 4-2-2008 by Ord. No. 1933-08; amended 3-31-2010 by Ord. No. 2006-10; 4-18-2012 by Ord. No. 2061-12; 5-1-2013 by Ord. No. 2090-13; 3-19-2014 by Ord. No. 2108-14; 3-18-2015 by Ord. No. 2132-15]
A. 
For each three-week session or portion thereof (two sessions per summer):
(1) 
Payment by preregistration date established annually by the Board of Recreation: $80 per three-week session, $40 per week.
(2) 
Payment after the preregistration date: $120 per three-week session, $65 per week.
(3) 
Late pickup fee for each child not picked up from the program by the time established for pickup by the Board of Recreation: $5.
(4) 
Bronx Zoo trip transportation: $15 per family, up to two members; $5 per person for each additional family member.
[Added 5-7-2014 by Ord. No. 2113-14]
A. 
Community Garden, annual registration fee: $25.
B. 
Community Garden, refundable annual deposit: $25.
A. 
Vital statistics:
[Amended 4-6-2005 by Ord. No. 1849-05; 4-18-2007 by Ord. No. 1899-07; 3-19-2014 by Ord. No. 2110-14]
(1) 
Marriage license: $28.
(2) 
Burial permit: $1.
(3) 
Domestic partnership form: $28.
(4) 
Transcript or certified copy of marriage license, civil union license, domestic partnership certificate, birth certificate, death certificate, or other copy of vital record: $10.
(a) 
Each additional copy, same day: $5.
B. 
International health certificate: $15.
C. 
Milk store: $25.
D. 
Milk truck: $25.[1]
[1]
Editor's Note: The original fee for milk machines, which immediately followed this subsection, was repealed 9-5-2007 by Ord. No. 1912-07.
E. 
Food and drink establishments: annual fees.
(1) 
Prepared on premises:
(a) 
Restaurants and food establishments, 0 to 49 seats: $200.
(b) 
Restaurants and food establishments, 50 seats or more: $300.
(c) 
Shared kitchens: $300.
(d) 
Plan review for all new commercial kitchens: $250.
(e) 
Risk type 4 food establishment (in addition to other fees): $200.
[Added 4-5-2017 by Ord. No. 2182-17]
(f) 
Preparation of food for off-premises sale or delivery, when certificate is requested: $100.
[Added 4-5-2017 by Ord. No. 2182-17]
(2) 
Prepackaged only: $50.
(3) 
Reinspection following conditional, unsatisfactory, or failed first inspection:
(a) 
First reinspection following failed, unsatisfactory or conditional inspection: no charge.
(b) 
Second and subsequent reinspections: $100.
F. 
All other documents, certificates and copies of public records or minutes of the Board of Health or Registrar of Vital Statistics not otherwise provided for:
[Amended 11-3-2010 by Ord. No. 2029-10]
(1) 
8 1/2 inches by 11 inches: $0.05 per page.
(2) 
8 1/2 inches by 14 inches: $0.07 per page.
(3) 
All other reprographics or electronic reproduction: actual cost.
G. 
Other regulated businesses: annual fees.
[Added 4-5-2017 by Ord. No. 2182-17]
(1) 
Pet day care: $200.
(2) 
Public swimming pool: $100.
(3) 
Tanning salon: $100.
A. 
Connection fee: $25.
B. 
Annual fee: $25.
[Amended 8-18-2004 by Ord. No. 1830-04]
A. 
Plenary retail, consumption and distribution licenses:
(1) 
For the year commencing July 1, 2005: $2,250.
(2) 
For the year commencing July 1, 2006: $2,500.
B. 
Club licenses:
(1) 
For the year commencing July 1, 2005: $86.
(2) 
For the year commencing July 1, 2006: $100.
[Amended 4-18-2007 by Ord. No. 1899-07]
A. 
Dog license (plus such fee as may be fixed by state statute or state regulations, payable by the Borough to the state): $13.80.
(1) 
Replacement fee: $2.
(2) 
Late fee after January 31: $15.
B. 
Fowl and other farm animals, per site: $20.
C. 
Kennels:
(1) 
Accommodating 10 or fewer dogs: $50.
(2) 
More than 10 dogs: $100.
D. 
Pet shops: $50.
E. 
Cat license: $8.
(1) 
Replacement fee: $2.
(2) 
Late fee after May 31: $10.
A. 
Annual license: $275.
B. 
Issuance after June 30: $137.50.
C. 
Transfer of license: $100.
[Amended 4-6-2005 by Ord. No. 1849-05; 4-16-2014 by Ord. No. 2109-14; 7-9-2014 by Ord. No. 2124-14; 3-16-2016 by Ord. No. 2152-16; 4-5-2017 by Ord. No. 2182-17]
Construction Permit Fees
Fee
Building subcode fees
A.
Minimum fee for all work unless otherwise stated
$85
B.
For new construction and additions, per cubic foot
$0.06
C.
For alterations, renovations or repairs, per each $1,000 of estimated cost of work
(1)
Residential
$20
(2)
Commercial and other nonresidential
$29
D.
(Reserved)
E.
Relocation of building to new location, per $1,000 of estimated cost of work
$15
F.
Demolition
(1)
Residential, 1- or 2-family home
$100
(2)
All other
$500
G.
Swimming pools and hot tubs
(1)
Swimming pools
$150
(2)
Hot tubs
$85
H.
Asbestos
Fee as assessed by N.J.A.C. 5:23-8.9 et seq.
I.
Retaining walls
(1)
Residential, over 4 feet
$100
(2)
Nonresidential/commercial, over 3 feet
$150
J.
Semipermanent construction trailer, storage or office
$200
K.
Gasoline, diesel, heating oil or fuel storage tank, removal or installation
$100
L.
Certificate of occupancy
(1)
Permanent
$100
(2)
Temporary
$85
M.
Radon abatement
$85
Plumbing subcode fees
A.
Minimum fee
$85
B.
Fixture or device, except as noted, per device
$20
C.
Gas piping
$60
D.
Special devices, including grease traps, oil separators, water-cooled air-conditioning units, refrigeration units, utility service connections, steam boilers, hot-water boilers (excluding those for domestic water heating), gas piping, active solar systems, sewer pumps, interceptors, fuel oil piping and pool heaters, and as may be amended by modification to the current list maintained by the Building Department
$75
E.
Sewer connection (in addition to other sewer connection fees)
(1)
Residential, up to 100 feet
$60
(2)
Residential, over 100 feet
$75
(3)
Nonresidential/commercial, up to 100 feet
$150
(4)
Nonresidential/commercial, over 100 feet
$200
F.
Water service (in addition to other water connection or service fees)
(1)
Residential, up to 100 feet
$60
(2)
Residential, over 100 feet
$75
(3)
Nonresidential/commercial, up to 100 feet
$100
(4)
Nonresidential/commercial, over 100 feet
$125
G.
Installation of new or the replacement of backflow preventors and other similar devices
(1)
Up to 1 inch in diameter
$60
(2)
1 1/4 inches to 2 inches
$100
(3)
Over 2 inches
$125
H.
Installation of lawn sprinkler systems
$75
I.
Replacement water heater
(1)
Residential
$60
(2)
Nonresidential/commercial
(a)
Up to 100 gallon capacity
$125
(b)
Over 100 gallon capacity
$175
J.
Chimney flue liner replacement
$85
K.
Gasoline pumps
$150
Fire protection subcode fees
A.
Minimum fee
$85
B.
Fee for all gas, oil or solid fuel appliances not connected to the plumbing system
$85
C.
Sprinkler heads or detectors
(1)
1 to 20 heads or detectors
$100
(2)
21 to 100 heads or detectors
$125
(3)
101 to 200 heads or detectors
$225
(4)
201 to 400 heads or detectors
$525
(5)
401 to 1,000 heads or detectors
$1,000
(6)
Over 1,000 heads or detectors
$1,500
D.
Independent pre-engineered system
$150
E.
Kitchen exhaust system, commercial
$150
F.
Standpipe, each
$250
G.
Fire alarm systems and special systems and low-voltage systems
$60
H.
Smoke and heat detectors (each)
$20
Electrical subcode fees
A.
Minimum inspection fee
$85
B.
Fee per outlet, with all lighting fixtures, receptacles, switches, light poles, alarm system, smoke and alarm detectors and communication points to be counted as outlets
(1)
1 to 25 outlets
$75
(2)
Each additional 25 outlets or portion thereof
$50
C.
Electrical devices, generators, transformers, dishwashers, kitchen ranges, signs and like devices
(1)
1 kw to 22 kw
$50
(2)
23 kw to 45 kw
$75
(3)
46 kw to 112.5 kw
$100
(4)
Over 112.5 kw
$150
D.
Motor schedule, including AC, generators, electric furnaces and welders
(1)
Single unit or group not to exceed 1 to 10 HP, KVA or kw
$75
(2)
Over 10 to 50 HP, KVA or kw
$150
(3)
Over 50 to 100 HP, KVA or kw
$200
(4)
Over 100 HP, KVA or kw
$300
E.
Service panels, equipment, service entrance subpanels, temporary services and feeders
(1)
Up to 200 amps
$125
(2)
Over 201 to 400 amps
$175
(3)
401 to 1,000 amps
$300
(4)
Over 1,000 amps
$500
F.
Swimming pools and hot tubs
(1)
Aboveground
$100
(2)
In-ground
$200
(3)
Equipotential bonding only
$75
G.
Installation of photovoltaic systems
(1)
1 to 50 kw
$125
(2)
51 to 100 kw
$200
(3)
Over 100 kw
$450
H.
Installation of underground water sprinkler system
$85
I.
Radon abatement
$85
For all subcodes and sections thereof, there shall be a Department of Community Affairs surcharge fee as established by the Department from time to time.
[Amended 4-6-2005 by Ord. No. 1849-05; 9-5-2007 by Ord. No. 1912-07]
Fee
Board of Adjustment
Appeals from decisions of administrative officers
$250
Application for interpretation of Zoning Map, Ordinance or other special questions
$150
Variances
Hardship variances (N.J.S.A. 40:55D-70c)
Residential R-1, R-2
$160
Other
$260
Use Variances (N.J.S.A. 40:55D-70d)
Residential R-1, R-2
$260
Residential R-3 through R-8
$360
Plus for each unit
$50
Other
$550
Ancillary powers. Whenever an application for a use variance includes any other relief within the authority of the Board under N.J.S.A. 40:55D-76b, there shall be charged an additional fee, in the percentage of the fee fixed by this chapter for the Planning Board for such applications, as follows:
Simultaneous consideration
50%
Separate consideration
100%
Copies of minutes, resolutions or any other document not otherwise provided for
Page one through 10
$0.75
Page 11 through 25
$0.50
Above 25 pages
$0.25
Use variance and site plan review. Whenever a variance or site plan review is required, the applicant must place an initial escrow deposit with the Zoning Administrator for processing of said review.
$500
Escrow deposit. Whenever it is determined that an escrow payment is required for review of any application by professionals serving the Board, including engineering and planning review, the applicant shall also be responsible for payment through such escrow account legal expenses for the cost of preparation of any resolution of approval or denial at the hourly rate then charged by the Board Attorney to the Borough.
[Added 7-9-2014 by Ord. No. 2120-14]
Fee
Planning Board
Minor subdivisions
$250
Major subdivisions
Resulting in 5 or fewer new lots
$350
Resulting in more than 5 new lots
$350
Plus per lot in excess of 5
$100
Site plan review
R-3, R-4 Uses
$350
Plus per unit
$50
R-5 through R-8
$550
Plus per unit
$50
PUD
$500
Plus per unit
$50
All others
$150
Except when subject to federal or state agency review
$300
Ancillary powers. Whenever an application includes any other relief within the authority of the Board under N.J.S.A. 40:55D-60, there shall be charged an additional fee in the amount fixed by this chapter for the Board of Adjustment for such applications.
Copies of minutes, resolutions or any other document not otherwise provided for
First page
$1
Page 2 through 11
$0.75
Additional pages
$0.50
Certified list of names and addresses of owners from current tax duplicate by Tax Collector
First 40 names and addresses
$10
Each additional name
$0.25
[Amended 4-18-2007 by Ord. No. 1899-07]
A. 
Annual license:
(1) 
Laundry: $125.
(2) 
Dry-cleaning business: $125.
[Added 3-19-2014 by Ord. No. 2110-14]
A. 
Annual license fee.
(1) 
First vehicle owned by operator: $75.
(2) 
For each additional vehicle: $50.
(3) 
Late fee for renewal submitted 10 days or more after due date: $25.
[Amended 4-18-2007 by Ord. No. 1899-07; 5-6-2009 by Ord. No. 1971-09; 3-31-2010 by Ord. No. 2006-10; 4-18-2012 by Ord. No. 2061-12; 3-19-2014 by Ord. No. 2108-14]
A. 
Tennis courts.
(1) 
Season commencing April 1 of each year:
(a) 
Adults: $90.
(b) 
Child (under 18 years): $25.
(c) 
Guests, per day:
[1] 
Adults: $8.
[2] 
Seventeen years and under: $5.
B. 
Swimming pools.
(1) 
Admission to public pools.
(a) 
Season badge, adults, full season: $90.
[1] 
After July 31: $50.
(b) 
Season badge, youth (12 to 18), full season: $80.
[1] 
After July 31: $45.
(c) 
Season badge, junior (three to 11), full season: $70.
[1] 
After July 31: $40.
(d) 
Season badge, family (no more than two persons age 21 or older and no more than four under 21, as defined in Chapter 350), full season: $265.
[1] 
After July 31: $140.
[2] 
Each additional child in family (youth or junior): $35.
[a] 
After July 31: $20.
(e) 
Infants under three years of age: free.
(f) 
Senior citizens, 65 or older: free.
(g) 
Health aide (adult, nonresident): $90.
[1] 
After July 31: $50.
(h) 
Day pass (resident, all ages): $10.
[Amended 7-9-2014 by Ord. No. 2121-14]
[1] 
Saturday, Sunday or holiday: $15.
(i) 
Guest pass (nonresident accompanied by resident):
[1] 
One-day: $15.
[2] 
Saturday, Sunday or holiday: $20.
[3] 
Ten-day: $120.
(j) 
Lost badge replacement: $5.
(k) 
Swimming lessons: $45.
(l) 
Active Hawthorne Volunteer Firefighter or Ambulance Corps Member:
[1] 
Individual member: free.
[2] 
Reduction in payment for family pass: subtract $90.
(m) 
The charge for day passes in Subsection B(1)(h) and one-day guest passes in Subsection B(1)(i) shall be at half cost when admission to the pool is on or after 5:00 p.m.
[Added 4-5-2017 by Ord. No. 2182-17]
(2) 
Training of lifeguards for certification purposes. In the event training of lifeguards for certification purposes is offered, the fee per course shall be as follows:
[Added 6-7-2017 by Ord. No. 2188-17]
(a) 
Residents: $200.
(b) 
Nonresidents: $250.
(c) 
Recertification: $100.
[Added 3-19-2014 by Ord. No. 2110-14]
Fees for disposal of certain waste.
A. 
In addition to any fees set forth in Chapter 425, Solid Waste, as the same may be further described in Chapter 376, Recycling, the following fees shall be payable for disposal of certain materials at the Recycling Center:
(1) 
Construction debris. Except as otherwise specified, residents bringing construction debris to the C & D Dumpster shall pay the following charges:
(a) 
One car or pick-up truck: $35.
(b) 
Additional disposal, same day: $50.
(2) 
Carpet and rugs. Residents bringing carpets or rugs to the C & D Dumpster shall pay the following charges:
(a) 
For each carpet or rug no more than five feet in length and rolled to twelve-inch diameter or less: $5.
(b) 
For each carpet or rug not conforming to the above specifications: $20.
A. 
Peddler license: $50.
B. 
Transient merchant license: $300.
C. 
Transient-merchant peddler license: $300.
D. 
Plus for each peddler in employment: $35.
A. 
Application: $100.
B. 
Annual fee: $50.
A. 
Sewer connection, new per dwelling unit: $3,000.
B. 
Repair of lateral service fee: $200.
C. 
Sewer inspections, new and repairs (first inspection): $50
D. 
Sewer inspection, new and repairs (subsequent): $100.
A. 
Excavation/removal application:
(1) 
Eight hundred cubic yards or less: $150.
(2) 
Eight hundred one through 2,000 cubic yards: $200.
(3) 
Over 2,000 cubic yards: $300.
A. 
An approximation of the estimated cost of the municipality to have its professional staff and consultants review the proposed project:
(1) 
For each 10,000 square feet to be graded or developed as part of the project: $500.
A. 
Street opening permits.
B. 
Cost of pavement replacement: $100.
(1) 
For openings made in paved area:
(a) 
Each square yard: $25.
(2) 
For openings made in unpaved area:
(a) 
Each square yard: $10.
(3) 
For openings made in concrete sidewalk:
(a) 
Each square foot: $25.
(4) 
For openings made in concrete curbs:
(a) 
Each linear foot: $25.
(5) 
Inspection fee (street openings) for each inspection: $75.
(6) 
Inspection fee (sidewalk, curb, apron or driveway repair or replacement): $25.
(7) 
Reinspection fee (each occurrence): $20.
C. 
No permit shall be issued until the applicant therefor has furnished satisfactory bond to the Borough in such format for such amount as shall be determined by the Director of Public Works. The bond shall be conditioned upon the restoration by such applicant of the street, public place, sidewalk or pavement to a proper condition, promptly, without expense to the Borough, at the conclusion of the work for which such permission is sought.
D. 
A cash bond in the minimum amount of $200 or three times the calculated permit fee shall be posted to insure satisfactory restoration of the work. Upon approval of the work by the Director of Public Works, a refund of the excess permit fee shall be made. Amounts calculated for the permit fee and the inspection shall be deducted from the bond and the remainder will be returned upon submission of a Borough voucher for same.
[Added 3-19-2014 by Ord. No. 2110-14]
A. 
Section 505-29, Nonresident commuter parking stickers.
(1) 
Nonresident commuter parking sticker, full year: $700.
(a) 
From and after July 1 of each year: $350.
A. 
Used-car-lot dealer licenses:
(1) 
Initial license: $500.
(2) 
Annual renewal: $150.
A. 
License:
(1) 
Vendor: $100.
(2) 
Machine, each: $35.
(3) 
Vending vehicle, annual, each: $200.
(4) 
Vending vehicle, two-day license, each: $50.
[Amended 5-19-2004 by Ord. No. 1822-04; 6-4-2008 by Ord. No. 1940-08; 6-17-2009 by Ord. No. 1983-09; 5-5-2010 by Ord. No. 2014-10; 6-16-2010 by Ord. No. 2018-10]
The following water rates and charges are hereby established for water supplied by the Water Department:
A. 
Water rates for all metered use based on quarterly charges:
[Amended 3-5-2014 by Ord. No. 2104-14]
(1) 
For the first 7,000 gallons or any part thereof, per quarter:
Year
Rate
2014
$34.48
2015
$35.86
2016
$37.29
2017
$38.78
(a) 
For each additional 1,000 gallons:
Year
Rate
2014
$4.55
2015
$4.73
2016
$4.92
2017
$5.12
(2) 
For the first 7,000 gallons or any part thereof, per quarter, for senior citizens eligible for and receiving the senior citizen real estate tax deduction:
Year
Rate
2014
$26.77
2015
$27.84
2016
$28.95
2017
$30.11
(a) 
For each additional 1,000 gallons:
Year
Rate
2014
$4.55
2015
$4.73
2016
$4.92
2017
$5.12
B. 
Water for building purposes:
(1) 
Foundation for one- or two-family house: $100.
C. 
Permit and service costs:
(1) 
For three-fourths-inch service line, including meter and tap: $500.
(2) 
For one-inch service line, including meter and tap: $600.
The permit holder shall be responsible for excavation and preparation of the required trench from the public water main to the curb. Replacement of existing meters shall be charged at the actual current cost to the Water Department of a new meter.
D. 
Conversion of existing meters to remote reading:
(1) 
From January 1, 2003 through March 31, 2003:
(a) 
Five-eighths-inch meter: $65.
(2) 
After March 31, 2003 (remote meters mandatory):
(a) 
Five-eighths-inch meter: $150.
(b) 
One-inch meter: $250.
(c) 
Over one inch: $300.
E. 
Charge for repairing damaged meter (plus the cost of replacing the remote box if required):
(1) 
Service repair call: $50.
(2) 
Reinstall meter: $60.
(3) 
Replacement meter 5/8 inch: $110.
(4) 
Replacement meter one inch: $180.
(5) 
Meter test (unless out of calibration): $60.
(6) 
Meter re-read (unless previously estimated or found to have been read incorrectly): $60.
F. 
For turning service on or off (each way):
(1) 
Weekdays 7:00 a.m. through 3:30 p.m.: $60.
(2) 
Weekdays after 3:30 p.m. or before 7:00 a.m.: $240.
(3) 
Saturdays, Sundays or holidays: $240.
G. 
Fire line rates: (quarterly):
[Amended 3-5-2014 by Ord. No. 2104-14]
(1) 
Two-inch line:
Year
Rate
2014
$45
2015
$47
2016
$49
2017
$51
(2) 
Two-and-one-half-inch line:
Year
Rate
2014
$61
2015
$63
2016
$66
2017
$69
(3) 
Three-inch line:
Year
Rate
2014
$93
2015
$97
2016
$101
2017
$105
(4) 
Four-inch line:
Year
Rate
2014
$120
2015
$125
2016
$130
2017
$135
(5) 
Six-inch line:
Year
Rate
2014
$210
2015
$218
2016
$227
2017
$236
(6) 
Eight-inch line:
Year
Rate
2014
$321
2015
$334
2016
$347
2017
$361
H. 
New water service per dwelling unit: $3,000.
When paved streets are dug up to install service, the road opening permit and pavement replacement charges shall also apply
I. 
General service calls (other than inspection, repairs, on/off requests or additional meter reading):
(1) 
Weekdays (7:00 a.m. through 3:30 p.m.): $60.
(2) 
Saturdays, Sundays, holidays or weekdays after 3:30 p.m. or before 7:00 a.m.: $240.
J. 
Turning service on or off on fire sprinkler lines (each way):
(1) 
Four-inch: $120.
(2) 
Six-inch and eight-inch: $300.
(3) 
The above service shall be provided only during weekdays between 8:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m.
K. 
Service lines and meters over one inch:
(1) 
Completely installed by person desiring service:
(a) 
Inspection fee: $120.
L. 
Application fee for installation of fire line: $240.
(1) 
If approved, additional permit/inspection: $200.
M. 
Certified delinquent notice fee, each: $30.
N. 
Backflow prevention device inspection:
(1) 
Initial inspection and test of device: $240.
(2) 
Periodic state inspection and test: $120.
(3) 
Periodic disassembly and test: $180.
(4) 
Inspection and test report for state: $30.
O. 
Fee for setup of water for new construction sites prior to meter installation: $120.
P. 
Fire hydrant rental: $150.
Q. 
In the case of exceptional circumstance, as defined at § 530-30B, the amount billed hereunder may be reduced as provided for thereunder.
[Added 6-7-2017 by Ord. No. 2188-17]
[Amended 4-6-2005 by Ord. No. 1849-05; 4-18-2007 by Ord. No. 1899-07; 11-3-2010 by Ord. No. 2029-10]
A. 
Reproduction of material not otherwise covered by law or ordinance:
(1) 
8 1/2 inches by 11 inches: $0.05 per page.
(2) 
8 1/2 inches by 14 inches: $0.07 per page.
(3) 
All other reprographics or electronic reproduction: actual cost.
B. 
Garage sale permits:
(1) 
First sale (annually): $5.
(2) 
Second sale (annually): $10.
C. 
Borough Code book: $250.
(1) 
Supplements: $15.
D. 
Zoning book: $30.
E. 
Zoning Map: $5.
F. 
Borough maps: $5 (Free to residents).
G. 
Master Plan: $100.
H. 
Housing element: $50.
I. 
Notary services: $1.
J. 
Bid package: $45.
K. 
Limousine, per vehicle: $50.
L. 
Nursery school: $75.
M. 
Motion-picture booths: $100.
N. 
Public bids:
(1) 
Estimated value of $50,000 or less: no charge.
(2) 
Estimated value of $50,000 to $100,000: $25.
(3) 
Estimated value in excess of $100,000: $45.
(4) 
In circumstances deemed exceptional by Administrator: to be determined.
A. 
Duplicate tax bills (First duplicate free to owner of property): $5.
B. 
Tax Collector certification of lien redemption:
(1) 
First certification: No charge.
(2) 
Each additional certification, same lien: $25.
C. 
Tax search, (current tax year) each: $10.
(1) 
Each additional prior year search: $2.
D. 
Notary fee: $1.
E. 
Duplicate tax sale certificate: $100.
[Added 4-18-2012 by Ord. No. 2061-12]
A. 
Cleanup fees. All fees are in addition to disposal costs:
(1) 
Large pickup (roll-off truck): $500.
(2) 
Medium pickup (rack-body truck): $300.
(3) 
Small pickup (pickup truck): $100.
A. 
Accident report: $0.75.
(1) 
All additional copies as per fees set in Borough Clerk's office fees
B. 
Crime reports: $5.
(1) 
All additional copies as per fees set in Borough Clerk's office fees.
C. 
Discovery:
(1) 
(First 15 pages): $20.
(2) 
Each additional page: $1.
D. 
Photographs: $5.
E. 
Video (applicant must supply video tape): $100.
F. 
Fingerprints:
(1) 
Residents: No charge.
(2) 
Nonresidents: $25.
G. 
State-mandated fees in use.
H. 
Firearms identification card: $5.
I. 
Pistol purchaser's permit: $2.
[Added 4-6-2005 by Ord. No. 1849-05; amended 4-18-2007 by Ord. No. 1899-07]
A. 
Public defender fee: $200.
B. 
Maximum fine imposed: $2,000.
[Added 4-5-2017 by Ord. No. 2182-17]
A. 
Fences, residential.
(1) 
Up to $4,000 in cost: $50.
(2) 
Over $4,000, per $1,000 in additional cost: $10.
B. 
Signs, per square foot: $1.
(1) 
Minimum fee: $50.
(2) 
Temporary sign: $50.
C. 
Driveways.
(1) 
Residential, one- and two-family:
(a) 
Up to $4,000 in cost: $50.
(b) 
Over $4,000, per $1,000 in additional cost: $10.
(2) 
Commercial, industrial and multifamily:
(a) 
Up to $4,000 in cost: $100.
(b) 
Over $4,000, per $1,000 in additional cost: $10.
D. 
Sheds, residential.
(1) 
Up to $4,000 in cost: $50.
(2) 
Over $4,000, per $1,000 in additional cost: $10.