Jefferson County, MO
 
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Cross Reference — As to requirement of paid taxes prior to any application for rezoning or other development related activities, §135.030.
[Order 04-23-2008A §1, 4-23-2008]
ACTIVITY
FEE
Zone change request
$250.00
Planned development
$350.00
Conditional use
$250.00
Permitted with conditions
$125.00
Board of Zoning Adjustment
$100.00
Temporary use permit
$50.00
Temporary use permit/conditional use permit combination
$300.00
Residential
Preliminary plat
$250.00 + $25.00/lot
Improvement plan
$250.00 + $25.00/lot*
Final plat
$300.00 + $25.00/lot
Non-residential
Preliminary plat
$250.00 + $50.00/acre
Improvement plan
$500.00 + $50.00/acre*
Final plat
$500.00 + $50.00/acre
Non-residential site development plan
$500.00 + $50.00/acre*
Minor subdivision
$250.00 + $25.00/lot
Boundary adjustment
$50.00/lot
Display house plat
$50.00/lot
Vacation of subdivision or subdivision street
$500.00
Variance to subdivision regulations
$75.00/variance
Sign permit
$150.00
Building permits
$10.00
Deeds
$10.00
Determination (written report) of lawful non-conforming use
$100.00
Land disturbance permit**
<1 acre = $200.00
1 — 3 acres = $500.00 + $50.00/acre
>3 — 10 acres = $1,000.00 + $50.00/acre
>10 — 25 acres = $1,500.00 + $25.00/acre >10 acres
>25 acres = $1,875.00 + $10.00/acres >25 acres
Floodplain development
$80.00
*
Plus $250.00/plan review after the first three (3) plan reviews
**
Includes inspection fees @ <1 acre = 6 hours, 1 — 3 acres = 20 hours and >3 acres = 40 hours
[Res. No. 10-0701 §1, 7-6-2010]
Upon notice from the violator that the site has been brought into compliance with the UDO and upon payment of the forty dollar ($40.00) "re-inspection fee", the inspector will determine if the site has been brought into compliance and will forward any findings to the Municipal Court prosecutor. The Municipal Court prosecutor will then determine the appropriate course of disposition for the case.