Township of Washington, NJ
Bergen County
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
[HISTORY: Adopted by the Township Council of the Township of Washington 12-3-2018 by Ord. No. 18-16. Amendments noted where applicable.]
GENERAL REFERENCES
Development fees — See Ch. 513.
A. 
Municipal Public Defender. The application fee for representation by the Municipal Public Defender is $200, per N.J.S.A. 2B:24-17. (§ 7-43)
B. 
Office of Recreation. (§ 7-91)
(1) 
The following fee schedule shall apply to participants in the recreational activities administered through the Office of Recreation:
[Amended 4-1-2019 by Ord. No. 19-05]
Program
Fee for First Family Participant
Fee for Each Additional Family Participant
Football
$190
$180
Flag football
$55
$50
Cheerleading
$140
$130
Wrestling
$135
$125
Basketball (intramural)
$155
$145
Basketball (traveling)
$170
$160
Basketball (instructional)
$50
$45
Basketball (fall clinic)
$50
$45
Lacrosse
$145
$130
Lacrosse (instructional)
$50
$45
Men's softball
$45
Men's basketball
$45
Summer recreation program (8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.) (6-week program) (See below for Out-of-Town registration)
$350
$340
Summer recreation before- and after-care programs:
Full before and after care (7:30 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.)
$525
$500
Full before care (7:30 a.m. to 8:30 a.m.)
$180
$160
Full after care (2:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.)
$400
$375
Fee for late pickup (paid at end of week)
$35 per hour for each participant
Out-of-Town registration (Includes any participants who are not residents of either Washington Township or Westwood)
Summer recreation program (8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.)
$400
$390
Summer recreation before- and after-care programs:
Full before and after care (7:30 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.)
$550
$540
Full before care (7:30 a.m. to 8:30 a.m.)
$250
$225
Full after care (2:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.)
$450
$440
Fee for late pickup (paid at end of week)
$35 per hour for each participant
Prorated refunds will be issued only during the first two weeks of the program. After the first two weeks of a program, registration fees are nonrefundable.
(2) 
Nonresidents. There shall be a $75 per-participant fee for any participant who is not a resident of the Township of Washington or the Borough of Westwood.
(3) 
Refunds. There shall be a $25 per-registration refund fee. Refunds shall only be issued if requested in writing within the first two weeks of a program and during the first week of summer recreation. No refund will be issued for before and after care after the start of the program. No refunds will be issued for summer recreation trips/excursions.
C. 
Recreation Department, facility use fee schedule. (§ 7-93)
(1) 
Refer to § 7-93 for classification of users.
Athletic Fields Schedule*
Class I
Class IIa
Class IIb
Class III and Class IV
Class V
Baseball/Softball Fields
Softball and Little League size field (Gardner Field, Clark Field and Sherry Field)
N/C
$50
N/C**
$40***
$50
$115
Full size (60 by 90) ball field (Memorial Field)
N/C
$40
N/C**
$30***
$40
$115
Multipurpose Fields
Multipurpose field (Memorial Field)
N/C
$100
$100
$100
$200
Picnic Pavilions (no athletic field use)
Memorial Field Pavilion
Up to 50 people, daily rate
N/C
$50
$50
$50
$115
Between 50 and 100 people, daily rate
N/C
$100
$100
$100
$190
100+ people, daily rate
N/C
$150
$150
$150
$265
Municipal Building Facility Use
Jack Wood's Senior Center
N/C
N/C
$150
$150
$300
Community Room
N/C
N/C
$75
$75
$150
Municipal Courtroom/Council Chambers
N/C
N/C
$75
$75
$150
NOTES:
*
Athletic Fields Schedule is based on a three-hour block. Additional hours will be prorated.
**
During regular baseball/softball season (April to June)
***
Off season
(2) 
Other service costs in addition to Facility Usage Fee Schedule (based on three-hour block, additional hours will be prorated):
(a) 
Field lighting at Memorial Field: $100.
(3) 
Department of Municipal Facilities (DMF) employee costs (include overtime plus appropriate administrative fees based on current collective bargaining agreement with DMF):
(a) 
Monday through Saturday: $65 per hour.
(b) 
Sundays and holidays: $87 per hour.
A. 
Police services at various functions; use of Township vehicles and equipment. (§ 72-12)
(1) 
The fee to be paid to the Township as reimbursement for use of Township vehicles and equipment in relation to off-duty employment, insurance and damage claims (in addition to costs of individual Township personnel, located in § 72-12A):
(a) 
Pickup truck: $35 per hour.
(b) 
Loader: $90 per hour.
(c) 
Dump truck: $60 per hour.
(d) 
Police car: $30 per hour.
(e) 
Police SUV: $35 per hour.
(f) 
Fire Chief SUV: $35 per hour.
(g) 
Assistant Chief SUV: $35 per hour.
(h) 
Barricades, signals and other equipment: $50 per day.
A. 
Open public records requests. (§ 81-3)
(1) 
Copies of records shall be made available in accordance with the Open Public Records Act upon payment to the custodian of the following fees which shall at all times be consistent with the Open Public Records Act (N.J.S.A. 47:1A-5b), as may be amended from time to time.
(a) 
Letter-sized pages and smaller: $0.05 per page.
(b) 
Legal-sized pages and larger: $0.07 per page.
(c) 
Electronic public records: free of charge.
(2) 
If the Township can demonstrate that its actual costs for duplication of a government record to be furnished pursuant to the Open Public Records Act exceed the foregoing rates, the Township shall be permitted to charge the actual cost of duplicating the record consistent with the Open Public Records Act.
B. 
Tax Collector. (§ 81-3)
(1) 
Duplicate tax bill: $1.
(2) 
Tax information (other than tax searches): $0.25 per line item on each page.
(3) 
In accordance with the Municipal Land Use Law (Note: See N.J.S.A. 40:55D-1 et seq.), list of names and addresses of property owners shall be provided within the time required by said law at a fee of $0.25 per name or $10, whichever is greater. (N.J.S.A. 40:55D-12c)
C. 
Photographs. (§ 81-3)
(1) 
Photographs up to five inches by seven inches: $3 per photo.
(2) 
Photographs greater than five inches by seven inches but not in excess of eight inches by 11 inches: $5 per photo.
D. 
Registrar of Vital Statistics. The following fees shall be collected by the Registrar of Vital Statistics: (§ 81-6)
(1) 
Marriage licenses: $28.
(2) 
Certificates of domestic partnership: $28.
(3) 
Birth certificates: $10.
(4) 
Marriage transcripts: $10.
(5) 
Death certificates: $10.
(6) 
Domestic partnership transcripts: $10.
The annual permit fee for an incinerator is $25. (§ 120-9)
A. 
Registration of alarm devices. The initial registration and the annual registration charge for alarm devices: $50. This fee shall be waived when the applicant is a homeowner who is 65 or older. (§ 124-3)
A. 
Annual license fees (N.J.S.A. 33:1-12). Commencing July 1, 2013, the following license fees shall apply: (§ 128-1)
(1) 
The annual license fee for a plenary retail consumption license shall be $2,500.
(2) 
The annual license fee for a plenary retail distribution license shall be $2,500.
(3) 
The annual license fee for a club license shall be $63.
A. 
License fees for carnivals and circuses are as follows: (§ 133-3)
(1) 
For anticipated attendees of 150 or less, a fee of $150.
(2) 
For every additional group of up to 150 attendees, an additional amount of $100.
B. 
Coin-operated amusement devices. Annual license fees are as follows: (§ 133-13)
(1) 
For the first device installed at a particular location, a license fee of $150.
(2) 
For each device replacing the first device, a license fee of $50.
A. 
Dog licenses and registration tags. (§ 137-14)
(1) 
The annual dog license fee is $10, and $13 for unspayed and unneutered dogs (does not include state fees).
(2) 
Late fees. In the event that all dog license fees are not paid within the first 30 days of the commencement of any license period for newly issued licenses, or by January 31 of each year for renewal licenses, an additional fee of $5 shall be collected from February 1 through February 28; and after such date and thereafter, the additional late fee shall increase to $25.
(3) 
The fee for a replacement registration tag, upon affidavit of a lost registration tag, is $2.
B. 
Cat license and registration tag.
(1) 
The annual cat license fee is $10. (§ 137-26)
(2) 
The fee for a replacement registration tag, upon affidavit of a lost registration tag, is $2. (§ 137-28)
C. 
Recovery of impounded animals. An owner of a stray dog or other stray animal may obtain the release of such stray dog or stray animal impounded due to an emergency call by the payment of a recovery fee in the amount of $75. (§ 137-40)
The fee for a construction permit shall be the sum of the subcode fees listed in Subsection A(1) through (3) hereof and shall be paid before the permit is issued. (§ 175-3)
A. 
The building subcode fee shall be:
(1) 
For new construction: $0.05 per cubic foot of building or structure volume. The fee for any accessory building (i.e., shed) shall be $50. In addition, the sum required under N.J.A.C. 5:23-4.19(b) for the New Jersey State permit surcharge fee shall be collected.
(2) 
For renovations, alterations and repairs: $20 per $1,000 of estimated cost of work, provided that the minimum fee shall be $50. For purposes of this section, swimming pools, tennis courts and other outdoor uncovered facilities shall be considered renovations and alterations, and the fee for a construction permit will be based on the estimated cost. In addition, the sum required under N.J.A.C. 5:23-4.19(b) for the New Jersey State permit surcharge fee shall be collected.
(3) 
For additions: $0.05 per cubic foot of building or structure volume for the added portion; provided that the minimum fee shall be $100. In addition, the sum required under N.J.A.C. 5:23-4.19(b) for the New Jersey State permit surcharge fee shall be collected.
(4) 
For combinations of renovations and additions [Subsection A(2) and (3) above]: the sum of the fees computed separately according to each respective section.
(5) 
For the demolition of a principal building or structure: $200, while the fee for the demolition of an accessory building or accessory structure shall be $50.
(6) 
For each square foot of a sign: $1, provided that the minimum fee shall be $50, computed on one side only for double-faced signs.
(7) 
For any building permit under this subcode: minimum fee of $50.
(8) 
The fee for lead hazard abatement shall be governed by Subsection A(2) above.
(9) 
For asbestos abatement, the fee shall be as specified under N.J.A.C. 5:23-8.9(a)1.
B. 
The electrical subcode fee shall be:
(1) 
For one to 25 receptacles and fixtures: $50. For each additional 25 receptacles and fixtures: $25. For the purpose of computing this fee, receptacles or fixtures shall include light outlets, wall switches, fluorescent fixtures and motors or electrical devices of less than one horsepower or one kilowatt.
(2) 
For the installation of a range or oven: $15.
(3) 
For the installation of a surface unit: $15.
(4) 
For the installation of each dishwasher: $15.
(5) 
For the installation of a garbage disposal: $15.
(6) 
For the installation of a dryer: $15.
(7) 
For the installation of each central air-conditioning unit: $25.
(8) 
For the installation of an elevator: $125.
(9) 
For the installation of each dumbwaiter: $55.
(10) 
For the installation of burglar alarms: $40.
(11) 
For the installation of intercom panels: $30.
(12) 
For the installation of whirlpools/spas and hot tubs: $40.
(13) 
For the installation of a swimming pool: for pool filter, motor, accessories and lights: $25; for the pool bonding: $50; for pool receptacles and switches: $25.
(14) 
For the installation of a water heater: $25.
(15) 
For the installation of central heat, whether oil, gas or electric: $25.
(16) 
For the installation of baseboard heating units: $15 for each unit.
(17) 
For the installation of thermostats: $10 for each unit.
(18) 
For the installation of heating pumps: $25 for each unit. For the installation of any other pump: $25 per pump.
(19) 
For the installation of any motor control center/subpanel: $40.
(20) 
For the installation of any electric sign: $55.
(21) 
For each motor or generator: $20.
(22) 
For each service panel or transformer: $30. For the installation of electric service:
(a) 
Temporary: $75.
(b) 
One hundred ampere to 150 ampere: $60.
(c) 
One hundred fifty-one ampere to 200 ampere: $70.
(d) 
Two hundred one ampere to 400 ampere: $80.
(e) 
Over 400 ampere: $200.
(23) 
For each satellite antenna: $100.
(24) 
Electrical work: minimum fee of $50.
C. 
The plumbing subcode fee for the installation of each of the following shall be (Note: For the purpose of this subsection, the fees charged are for any additions, renovations or alterations to an already existing structure, i.e., home, commercial building, etc., or for any new construction.):
(1) 
Water closet: $15.
(2) 
Urinal/bidet: $15.
(3) 
Bathtub: $15.
(4) 
Lavatory: $15.
(5) 
Shower: $15.
(6) 
Floor drain: $15.
(7) 
Sink: $15.
(8) 
Dishwasher: $15.
(9) 
Drinking fountain: $30.
(10) 
Washing machine: $20.
(11) 
Clothes dryer: $20.
(12) 
Hose bibb: $15.
(13) 
Gas piping: $60.
(14) 
Fuel-oil piping: $50.
(15) 
Water heater: $50.
(16) 
Domestic boiler/furnace: $50.
(17) 
Interceptor/separator: $60.
(18) 
Backflow preventer: $50.
(19) 
Grease trap: $60.
(20) 
Central air-conditioning or refrigeration unit: $50 per unit.
(21) 
Water service: $50.
(22) 
Septic connection: $50.
(23) 
Vent stack: $15.
(24) 
Roof drains: $25.
(25) 
Sewer utility connections: $50.
(26) 
Garbage disposal: $15.
(27) 
Water softener: $15.
(28) 
Indirect connection: $50.
(29) 
Sewer ejector: $60.
(30) 
Solar system: $60.
(31) 
Humidifier: $15.
(32) 
For a plumbing permit: minimum fee of $50.
(33) 
Swimming pool drain: $50.
D. 
The fire subcode fee shall be:
(1) 
Installation/conversion of manufacturer's fireplace: $50.
(2) 
Installation of a fuel-oil tank up to 2,000 gallons: $100; over 2,000 gallons: $250.
(3) 
Installation of any residential mechanical equipment: $25 per unit.
(4) 
Installation of commercial mechanical equipment: $150.
(5) 
Installation of one to five residential smoke detectors: $50; for each additional detector over five, add $10.
(6) 
Installation of one to five commercial smoke detectors: $100; for each additional unit over five, add $10.
(7) 
Installation of commercial cooking equipment: $100.
(8) 
Installation of a suppression system: $100.
(9) 
Installation of a wall hydrant: $75.
(10) 
Installation of fire sprinkler systems: $5 per head, with a minimum of $100.
(11) 
Installation of a standpipe: $30 per riser.
(12) 
Installation of hose station: $30 for each such station.
(13) 
Installation of a fire pump: $125.
(14) 
For a fire permit: minimum fee of $50.
E. 
Elevators. The fee for a permit for the installation of an elevator shall be $300; however, the fee for a permit for the installation of a dumbwaiter shall be $150. A fee for any semiannual inspection, whether state mandated or otherwise, for either an elevator or dumbwaiter, shall be $100.
F. 
Certificates of occupancy.
(1) 
The fee for a certificate of occupancy shall be the greater of $50 or 10% of permit fees (not including DCA fees).
(2) 
The fee for a certificate of occupancy pursuant to a change of use shall be $100.
(3) 
The fee for a certificate of continued occupancy shall be $100.
(4) 
The fee for a temporary certificate of occupancy shall be $30.
(5) 
The fee for a certificate of clearance for lead hazard abatement shall be $25.
(6) 
The fee for a certificate of occupancy following the successful completion of an asbestos abatement project shall be as specified under N.J.A.C. 5:23-8.9(a)2.
G. 
Removal of building or structure. The fee for a permit for the removal of the building or structure from one lot to another or to a new location on the same lot shall be $15 per $1,000 of the sum of the estimated costs for moving, for new foundations, and for placement in a complete condition in the new location, provided that the minimum fee shall be $50.
H. 
Plan review. Whenever the Construction Official, Electrical Subcode Official, Fire Subcode Official or Plumbing Subcode Official shall review plans, the fee for plan review shall be 20% of the amount to be charged for said construction permit and shall be paid before the plans are reviewed. The amount paid for this fee shall be credited toward the amount of the fee to be charged for the construction permit.
I. 
Report. The Construction Official shall, with all the advice of the subcode officials, prepare and submit to the Township of Washington, Bergen County, biannually, a report recommending a fee schedule based on the operating expenses of the Agency and any other expenses of the municipality fairly attributable to the enforcement of the State Uniform Construction Code Act. (Note: See N.J.S.A. 52:27D-119 et seq.)
J. 
New Jersey State permit surcharge fee.
(1) 
Amount. The sums required under N.J.A.C. 5:23-4.19(b) for the New Jersey state permit surcharge fee shall be collected for new buildings, additions, and alterations.
(2) 
Remitting and reporting. The municipality shall remit fees to the Bureau on a quarterly basis, in conjunction with report number R-840B, State Training Fee Report, in accordance with N.J.A.C. 5:23-4.5(e). Fees remitted shall be for the quarter. Checks shall be made payable to "Treasurer, State of New Jersey."
K. 
The following sums shall be paid in connection with all new construction:
(1) 
The sum of $1,000 shall be paid prior to site plan review which shall be required in connection with all new construction for site review and site inspections by the Township Engineer. The sum posted herein shall remain on deposit with the Township until the Township Engineer certifies that all site plan review and site inspections have been completed and all vouchers for services rendered in connection with such services have been paid in full, after which time any balance remaining shall be refunded. In the event that the Township Engineer determines during the course of site plan review or site inspections that the amount posted is not sufficient to pay the cost for site plan review and all site inspections, the Township Engineer shall establish an amount to replenish said deposit, and such amount shall be paid to the Township within three days of notification of such amount to the applicant.
(2) 
The sum of $500 as a performance guaranty for completion of all elements of construction and excavation. The sum posted hereunder shall remain on deposit with the Township until the Township Engineer certifies that all elements of construction and excavation have been completed in full and all vouchers for services rendered in connection with such services have been paid in full, after which time any balance remaining shall be refunded.
L. 
Other miscellaneous charges shall be:
(1) 
For each inspection to obtain a certificate of smoke detector compliance: $25.
A. 
Firehouse parking lot permit. The fee for a permit to park on the parking lot adjacent to and part of the firehouse building is $100. (§ 223-35)
A. 
Fire Prevention Fee Schedule. (§ 233-4)
Fire Prevention Fee Schedule
Non-Life-Hazard Registration Fees
Fees apply to each business (income-producing property) at each street address.
Registration
Reinspection Fee
Class
Building Size
(square feet)
Annual Fee
Late Fee
1st
2nd
3rd
1
Less than 1,499
$100
$100
$50
$100
2
1,500 to 2,500
$150
$150
$50
$100
3
2,501 to 4,000
$200
$200
$50
$100
4
4,001 to 8,000
$250
$250
$50
$100
5
8,001 to 10,000
$300
$300
$50
$100
6
10,001 to 15,000
$350
$350
$50
$100
7
15,001 to 20,000
$400
$400
$50
$100
8
20,001 and over
$450
$450
$50
$100
Residential Dwelling Registration
Fees apply to each non-owner-occupied residential dwelling at each street address.
Registration
Reinspection Fee
Class
Minimum Fee per Unit
Annual Fee
Late Fee
1st
2nd
3rd
9
1 to 4 units minimum
$100
$100
$0
$50
$100
10
Per unit over the minimum
$20
Residential Dwelling
Smoke, Carbon Monoxide and Fire Extinguisher Compliance
Class
Time Frame
Fees
11
10 days or more
$40
12
9 days or less
$75
13
Reinspection fee
$50
Permit Fees
Type I
$42
Type II
$166
Type III
$331
Type IV
$497
B. 
Fire watch fees. The following fees shall be imposed when a representative of the Township of Washington Volunteer Fire Department or a state- or federal-certified firefighter is used for the fire watch: (§ 233-13)
(1) 
Hourly rate for each individual up to 12 hours: $30 per hour or fraction thereof.
(2) 
Hourly rate for each individual beyond 12 hours: $50 per hour or fraction thereof.
(3) 
Minimum hourly rate shall be four hours.
The inspection fee for a permit to park a commercial vehicle in a residential district is $15 per inspection. (§ 330-7)
A. 
License fees for peddlers, distributors and solicitors. (§ 348-14)
(1) 
Solicitors: $25 per year, which is hereby determined to be the reasonable cost of investigating the character and record of such solicitor.
(2) 
Distributors: $25 per year, which is hereby determined to be the reasonable cost of investigating the character and record of such distributor.
(3) 
Peddlers: $25 per day or $250 per year, and any person securing a license after July 1 shall pay $125 for the remainder of the year.
A. 
Temporary storage structures. (§ 360-17)
(1) 
Permit application fee: $25.
(2) 
Permit fee: $125.
(3) 
One-month extension for temporary storage structure permit: $50.
B. 
Abandoned properties. The registration fee for each abandoned property shall be as follows: (§ 360-33)
(1) 
Initial registration fee: $500.
(2) 
First renewal fee: $1,000.
(3) 
Second and subsequent renewal fee: $2,000.
(4) 
If any registration fee is not paid within six months of notification by the Township, the registration fee shall increase by $1,000.
A. 
Fee schedule. The annual fees for the licenses, permits or certificates referred to hereafter are hereby fixed as follows: (§ 373-107)
(1) 
Food-handling establishments.
Type
Fee
Bakery
$250
Bone and fat dealer
$50
Delicatessen
$250
Food market (fewer than 10 employees)
$350
Liquor store
$75
Movie theater concession
$150
Stationery store
$75
Supermarket
$800
Truck peddler (per truck) (exclusive of ice cream trucks servicing Township recreation programs)
$150
School cafeteria (for profit)
$200
Packaged food store
$100
Snack bar (seasonal)
$115
Food store (nonspecified)
$75
Food or beverage processor or take-out
$200
School subsidized cafeteria
$70
Nonprofit organization
$75
(2) 
Temporary food.
Type
Fee
1 to 5 days
$50
Over 5 days
$100
(3) 
Restaurants/caterers.
Seating Capacity
Fee
1 to 50
$200
51 to 100
$300
101 to 300
$450
Over 300
$750
(4) 
Vending machines for food: $55 per machine.
(5) 
Non-food-handling establishments.
Type
Fee
Keeping of poultry
$100
Barbershop/beauty salon
$100
Laundromat/dry-cleaning store
$100
Public swimming pool, seasonal (as defined by Chapter IX of the New Jersey State Sanitary Code, per establishment)
$325
Public swimming pool, year-round (as defined by Chapter IX of the New Jersey State Sanitary Code, per establishment)
$500
Child day-care center
$200
Nonfood (nonspecified)
$75
Tanning salons
$200
The license fee for a dealer who, through any means, buys, receives, sells or distributes secondhand gold, silver, coins, precious metals or jewelry is $100. (§ 379-8)
A. 
Sewer connections and use.
(1) 
Registration fee to use sewer cleaning apparatus: $15 per year. (§ 385-8)
B. 
House sewers. (§ 385-36)
(1) 
For the issuance of a certificate of registration issued by the Plumbing Inspector: $50.
(2) 
For the reinspection of plumbing or house sewer work caused by the failure of the licensee to comply with provisions of the code or permit issued: $10.
(3) 
For the filing of plans for proposed house sewer work (dry or final for connection to the public sewer): $5.
(4) 
House sewer construction permit. For the permit for construction of a proposed house sewer (dry or final) which will connect to the public sewer, the following fees apply:
Size of House Sewer
(inches)
Fee
4
$10
5
$15
6
$20
8
$40
10
$60
(5) 
For the permit to connect the house sewer to the public sewer: $10.
A. 
Redemption of impounded shopping cart: $25. (§ 391-5)
A. 
Ecology facility.
(1) 
The fee for a replacement identification sticker for a noncommercial vehicle is $10. (§ 415-20)
(2) 
The administrative fee for an identification sticker for a noncommercial van or truck is $10. (§ 415-21)
B. 
Residential garbage bags sold by Township. The following fee schedule shall apply to the sale of garbage bags by the Township of Washington in connection with residential garbage collection: (§ 415-31)
(1) 
Small bags: $5 for a package of 10 garbage bags.
(2) 
Large bags: $10 for a package of 10 garbage bags.
A. 
The fee for a permit to install, construct, or enlarge a drain or other artificial conduit shall be $25. (§ 433-12)
B. 
Street opening permit.
(1) 
The permit application fee is $150. (§ 433-15)
(2) 
The engineer inspection fee is $350, which covers two inspections, one inspection relating to backfilling and one inspection relating to permanent pavement restoration. (§§ 433-15, 433-20)
(3) 
The fee for additional engineer inspection fees, beyond the first two inspection fees referenced above, shall be $175 per additional inspection. (§ 433-20)
A. 
The fee for a taxi owner's license shall be $50 per year for each vehicle licensed hereunder. (§ 446-10)
B. 
The fee for a taxi driver's license shall be $25 per year. (§ 446-10)
C. 
In the event that either of the foregoing licenses is applied for and issued subsequent to July 1 in any year, the fee for such license shall be 1/2 of the amount set forth in this section. (§ 446-10)
A. 
Towing and storage of vehicles.
(1) 
Application fees. All initial applications shall be accompanied by a nonrefundable fee of $500 payable to the Township of Washington. A renewal application shall be accompanied by a nonrefundable application fee of $250 payable to the Township of Washington. (§ 461-4)
(2) 
The licensee shall pay to the Township of Washington an administrative fee of $12 for each vehicle towed. (§ 461-6)
(3) 
The licensee shall pay an administrative fee of $50 for each tow truck that the licensee adds to his fleet during the year. The licensee shall also pay a fee of $35 for each wrecker driver he adds during the year. (§ 461-6)
A. 
Tree removal permit. Consult Chapter 465, Trees, for escrow requirements. (§ 465-4)
(1) 
The fee for a tree removal permit for the removal of trees which are diseased, dead, partially or completely fallen by acts of nature or which endanger public safety shall be $25.
(2) 
The fee for a tree removal permit for the removal of trees, other than described in Subsection A(1) and not associated with any subdivision or site plan application, shall be $100.
The fee to reclaim an impounded vehicle shall be $25 per day that a vehicle is stored, plus all costs of towing and storage. (§ 471-15)
A. 
List of property owners. The fee for a list with names and addresses of property owners to whom the applicant is required to give notice shall be $0.25 per name or $10, whichever is greater. (N.J.S.A. 40:55D-12c) (§ 540-33)
B. 
Variances. If the application for development includes one or more requests for a use variance, a single fee of $200 shall be paid. If the application includes one or more requests for a variance but does not request any use variance, a single fee of $50 shall be paid. (§ 540-87)
C. 
Other proceedings before the Zoning Board of Adjustment. If the application for development is made under N.J.S.A. 40:55D-70a and b, a fee of $50 shall be paid. (§ 540-88)
D. 
Upon a request for preliminary review and informal discussion, a fee of $50 shall be paid. (§ 540-89)
E. 
Minor subdivision or minor site plan approval. Upon submission of an application for a minor subdivision approval or a minor site plan approval, a fee of $250 shall be paid. (§ 540-90)
F. 
Major subdivision and major site plan preliminary approval. Upon submission of a major subdivision or major site plan for preliminary approval, a fee of $750 shall be paid. (§ 540-91)
G. 
Major subdivision and major site plan final approval. Upon submission of a plat of a major subdivision or major site plan for final approval, a fee of $750 shall be paid. (§ 540-92)
H. 
See Chapter 540 for deposits and escrow requirements, in addition to the fees noted herein. See § 540-95 for fee requirements related to the resubmission of applications. See § 540-99 for engineering and legal services fees.
A. 
Soil removal permit application fees. (§ 565-7)
(1) 
Ministerial soil moving permit application fee: $50.
(2) 
Major soil moving permit application fee: $500.
(3) 
See § 565-7 for deposit requirements and engineering costs.
A. 
Height of buildings. The fee for the Township Engineer's review, inspection and recommendation for the alteration of the height of any existing building or the height of a new building shall be $250. (§ 580-3)
B. 
Generators. Every application for the installation of a generator to serve a dwelling, building, or other structure shall be accompanied by a fee in the amount of $25. (§ 580-11)
C. 
Community residences for the developmentally disabled and community shelters for victims of domestic violence in the Class A District. The fee for an application for a conditional use permit shall be $25, plus costs. (§ 580-13)
D. 
Certificate of continued occupancy. (§ 580-86)
(1) 
The application fee for a certificate of continued occupancy is $100, which shall include the initial inspection and one additional inspection performed.
(2) 
A fee of $100 will be charged to the applicant for each subsequent inspection.
(3) 
The fee for a temporary certificate of occupancy shall be $100.
E. 
Outdoor storage of construction trailers, equipment and supplies. The application fee for a permit is $10. (§ 580-89)
A. 
There shall be an application fee payable upon the filing of any application with the Zoning Board of Adjustment or for the rendering of any service by the Zoning Board of Adjustment or any member of its administrative staff as follows: (§ 585-13)
(1) 
For bulk variances: $100.
(2) 
To appeal the Zoning Officer's decision: $100.
(3) 
For use variances: $200.
B. 
There shall be paid in connection with any Zoning Officer approval request a fee of $50. (§ 585-13)
C. 
Development regulation books shall be available at a charge of $35. (§ 585-13)
D. 
See Chapter 585 for escrow requirements.
E. 
List of property owners. The fee for a list with names and addresses of property owners to whom the applicant is required to give notice shall be $0.25 per name or $10, whichever is greater. (N.J.S.A. 40:55D-12c) (§ 585-16)