Borough of Paramus, NJ
Bergen County
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
[The fees listed herein are for the convenience of the Code user and duplicate the fees in the individual chapters.]
[Added 6-12-2018 by Ord. No. 18-11]
A. 
Reinspection fee for every reinspection until the recipient obtains a satisfactory inspection: $25, unless the Code expressly provides for a different fee for such reinspections.
[Amended 2-21-2017 by Ord. No. 2017-03; 2-5-2019 by Ord. No. 19-02]
A. 
Emergency medical services fee: $950 plus $20 per mile per trip.
B. 
Non-transports, where aid is provided: $350.
Application fee for representation by public defender: between $50 and $200 (payable to Paramus Municipal Court).
[Added 12-20-2016 by Ord. No. 2016-29]
Convenience fee for credit card payments shall be 2.75% of the overall fee.
A. 
Certified list from current tax duplicate of names and addresses of owners to whom applicant is required to give notice: $0.25 per name or $10, whichever is greater.
B. 
Filing fee for appeal from decision of Planning Board to governing body: $35.
C. 
Copy of decision of governing body with respect to appeal from Planning Board decision: $10.
D. 
Publication of notice of decision of governing body with respect to appeal from decision of Planning Board: $10, to be paid by appellant.
[Amended 3-22-2011 by Ord. No. 11-07; 8-8-2018 by Ord. No. 18-20]
A. 
Article I, Fees.
(1) 
Burn Building.
(a) 
Fees.
1 Burner
2 Burners
3 Burners
Initial orientation* (2 hours)
$40
$40
$40
Burn building use (4 hours)
$240
$300
$360
First-time use
$280
$340
$400
Repeat usage (after initial)
$240
$300
$360
12 Blocks**
(5% discount)
$2,850
$3,534
$4,218
24 Blocks**
(10% discount)
$5,130
$6,361
$7,592
52 Blocks**
(15% discount)
$10,498
$13,017
$15,536
Career Department (per hour, 4-hour minimum)
$47 (based on one burner use)
Facility charge, no burn (rappelling, roof vent, etc.)
$100
$100
$100
Burn building (tactical use - no burn)
$200 per 8-hour block
NOTES:
* Initial orientation required for all chief officers of Department before use of burn building.
** All blocks are 4 hours unless specifically designated as different.
(b) 
Optional services:
[1] 
2.2 bottle refill: $4 each.
[2] 
4.5 bottle refill: $5 each.
[3] 
Computerized fit test: $10 each, Department to perform individual fit test: $15 each; fit test machine technician provided.
[4] 
Plywood charge (1/2 inch by 4 feet by 8 feet): $25 each.
(c) 
Two technicians provided for each burn simulation.
(d) 
Bottle refill and fit testing available on site.
(e) 
Strict enforcement of all safety procedures involving interior fire attack.
(2) 
Pistol range fees:
(a) 
All fees for the use of the pistol range will be approved by the Mayor and Council by resolution upon the recommendation of the Life Safety Administrator.
(b) 
(Reserved)
(c) 
Department must provide its own range officer.
(d) 
All range officers must be trained and accepted by the Chief of the Paramus Police Department or his designee and attend refresher training as required.
(3) 
Classroom/training room fees:
(a) 
Day rates.
Private Sector
Public Sector and Governmental Agencies
Large classroom
$450
$200
Small classroom (50 seats)
$225
$100
Small classroom (20 seats)
$150
$75
Training room
$250
$200
Other
$175
$100
Audiovisual aids
$25
$15
Weekend manager's fee
$75
$75
(b) 
Evening rates.
Private Sector
Public Sector and Governmental Agencies
Large classroom
$225
$100
Small classroom (50 seats)
$115
$50
Small classroom (20 seats)
$75
$35
Training room
$125
$100
Other
$100
$50
Audiovisual aids
$25
$15
Evening manager's fee
$35
$35
A. 
Article I, Administration and Organization; Fees. The following charges for services rendered by the Police Department of the Borough of Paramus are hereby established, fixed and amended as follows:
(1) 
Fingerprint sets.
(a) 
Each individual set of fingerprints, consisting of from one to three cards, taken for the benefit of other than law enforcement or governmental agencies: $10 per set.
(b) 
Any one order requesting more than 10 individual sets at any one sitting: $0.50 per set in excess of 10.
(2) 
Letters attesting to length of residence, character, criminal record checks and the like: $2 per copy.
(3) 
Each eight-by-ten-inch enlargement of a police photograph: $10.
(4) 
Identification cards.
(a) 
Each passport (or smaller) size identification card: $1.
(b) 
Each wallet-size identification card: $1.
(c) 
Each wallet-size identification card, accompanied with photograph and identifying data: $2.
(d) 
Each wallet-sized identification card, accompanied with photograph and identifying data, if laminated: $3.
(5) 
Signs. Handicap parking with legend, "no parking without permission of owner," and other signs such as "no dumping," can be purchased from the Borough at a cost of $3.25 per square foot of sign.
(6) 
Photocopying police reports:
Editor's Note: See Open Public Records Act for fees for copies.
(a) 
In person:
Number of Pages
Fee per Page
1 to 10
$0.75
11 to 20
$0.50
Over 20
$0.25
(b) 
Other than in person, the following administrative fees will be added:
[1] 
First three pages: $5.
[2] 
All pages over three: $1 per page.
(7) 
Extraneous employment of off-duty police personnel. (§ 103-12.1)
(a) 
$115 per hour represents:
[1] 
$94.48 per hour for police personnel.
[2] 
$20.52 per hour for administrative/equipment/vehicle rate.
(b) 
$64.40 per hour for Borough of Paramus Municipal Service Rate.
(c) 
General police services for businesses in the Borough:
[1] 
Rate of salary as stated in § 103-12.1D(5)
[2] 
$21.00 per hour administrative fee to offset expenses incurred by the Borough.
(8) 
Municipal Court discovery fees.
Editor's Note: See Open Public Records Act for fees for copies.
(a) 
All requests for discovery in matters pending in the Paramus Municipal Court shall be submitted through the Municipal Prosecutor.
(b) 
The following fees shall be payable by the requestor to the Borough of Paramus for the discovery provided:
[1] 
Seventy-five cents per page for each of the first 10 pages photocopied.
[2] 
Fifty cents per page for each of the next 10 pages photocopied.
[3] 
Twenty-five cents per page for each of the pages photocopied thereafter.
[4] 
Actual postage for any discovery sent by mail.
[5] 
Twenty-five cents for the envelope for any discovery sent by mail.
[6] 
Photographs will be photocopied at the rates established herein. If requests are made for duplicate photographs, the actual cost of making the photographs shall be charged.
[7] 
Duplication of videotapes constitute an extraordinary duplication process and will be charged at the rate of $5 per videotape.
[8] 
On any item that cannot be photocopied on the Township copy machine or not otherwise provided for in this schedule, the actual cost incurred in making the copy shall be charged.
(c) 
Where the discovery must be obtained from an entity other than the Borough of Paramus, e.g., another police department, the actual costs paid to the other entity shall be paid by the requestor.
A. 
Article II, Police Alarms.
(1) 
Initial registration and operating permit of a security alarm system: $15.
(2) 
Annual renewal fee: $10.
(3) 
Annual fee for permit to install security alarm systems: $50.
A. 
Article I, Licenses and Fees. The annual fees for licenses shall be as follows:
[Amended 4-2-2019 by Ord. No. 19-07]
(1) 
Plenary retail consumption license: $2,500.
(2) 
Plenary retail distribution license: $1,728.
(3) 
Limited retail distribution license: $63.
(4) 
Club license: $188.
(5) 
Plenary retail consumption license for hotel/motel: $2,500.
License fees shall be as follows:
A. 
Pony track license: $100.
B. 
License for a public golf course, golf driving range, archery range and places of like amusements: $100.
C. 
License for public shooting galleries and places of like amusements: $200.
D. 
Public tennis court license:
Number of Courts
Fee
1 or 2
$25.00
3 to 5
$50.00
6 to 10
$100.00
E. 
License for horse riding academy, riding school or place where horses are kept for hire: $125.
F. 
License for indoor and enclosed skating rinks, including both ice skating and roller-skating: $100.
G. 
License for track or velodrome: $1,000.
H. 
Redemption amusement games.
(1) 
Annual license fee for each place authorized to hold redemption amusement game: $250.
(2) 
Separate license for each specific kind of redemption amusement game:
(a) 
Throw games: $250.
(b) 
Arcade games: $250, plus $10 per machine for each machine in excess of 50.
(c) 
Competitive games: $250.
(d) 
Tests of strength games: $250.
(e) 
Miscellaneous games: $250.
The fees required under the provisions of Chapter 165, Amusement Devices and Arcades, shall be:
A. 
For each application for a premises permit: the sum of $100.
B. 
For each application for a game/amusement device license: the sum of $20.
C. 
For each premises permit: the sum of $100 annually for each such permit.
D. 
For each game/amusement device license per licensed location:
Number of Machines
Fee Per Machine
1 to 2
$300
3 to 10
$150
11 to 20
$100
21 and over
$75
E. 
For amusement machines, other:
(1) 
For riding machines: $300.
(2) 
For all other machines: $25.
F. 
Redemption amusement games.
(1) 
Annual license fee for each place authorized to hold redemption amusement game: $250.
(2) 
Separate license for each specific kind of redemption amusement game:
(a) 
Throw games: $250.
(b) 
Arcade games: $250, plus $10 per machine for each machine in excess of 50.
(c) 
Competitive games: $250.
(d) 
Miscellaneous games: $250.
A. 
Part 1, Dogs.
(1) 
License and registration tag fees for dogs shall be as follows:
(a) 
Unneutered dog: $15 per year or $40 for a three-year license.
(b) 
Neutered dog: $12 per year or $30 for a three-year license.
(c) 
Each annual renewal as in Subsection A(1)(a) or (b).
(d) 
There shall be no fee for guide dogs for the visual or hearing impaired.
(e) 
Duplicate replacement dog tag: $5.
[Added 6-11-2019 by Ord. No. 19-15]
(2) 
Redemption and maintenance fees:
(a) 
Redemption fees for seized and impounded dogs:
[1] 
First offense: $25.
[2] 
Second offense: $50.
[3] 
Third offense: $100.
(b) 
In addition to the above fees, an additional fee of $7 per day shall be charged for the feeding and lodging of seized pets.
(3) 
Annual license fee for a kennel providing accommodations for 10 or fewer dogs or cats shall be $10.
(4) 
Annual license fee for a kennel providing accommodations for more than 10 dogs or cats shall be $25.
(5) 
Annual license fee for a pet shop shall be $10.
[Amended 4-7-2015 by Ord. No. 15-08 to increase license fee to $25. Per N.J.S.A. 4:19-15.9. The license fee remains at $10.]
(6) 
No license fee shall be charged for an animal shelter or pound.
(7) 
Dangerous dogs:
(a) 
All applications for a license for a dangerous dog shall be accompanied by a nonrefundable fee of $100 which shall cover the cost of processing the application and any inspection prior to the issuance of a license.
(b) 
License fees for dangerous dogs shall be as follows:
(8) 
One dangerous dog: $200 per year.
(9) 
Two dangerous dogs: $400 per year.
(10) 
Three dangerous dogs: $600 per year.
(11) 
More than three dangerous dogs: $1,000 plus $700 for each dangerous dog above three.
Editor's Note: See N.J.S.A. 4:19-31 for licensing of potentially dangerous dogs.
B. 
Part 2, Cats.
(1) 
License fees for cats shall be as follows:
(a) 
Unneutered cat: $15 per year or $40 for a three-year license.
(b) 
Neutered cat: $12 per year or $30 for a three-year license.
(c) 
Each annual renewal fee shall be the same as listed in Subsection B(1)(a) or (b).
(d) 
Duplicate replacement cat tag: $5.
[Added 6-11-2019 by Ord. No. 19-15]
(2) 
Redemption and maintenance fees:
(a) 
Redemption fees:
[1] 
First offense: $25.
[2] 
Second offense: $50.
[3] 
Third offense: $100.
(b) 
A fee of $7 per day for care, feeding and lodging of cats shall be charged in addition to redemption fees.
C. 
Late charge. There shall be a late charge of $10 for any cat or dog license not secured by July 1 of the calendar year for which said license is required.
The license fee for each bowling alley on the premises to be licensed: $10 per annum or any fraction thereof.
Commercial registration or reregistration fee: $100.
A. 
Initial identification and marking fee: $250.
B. 
Replacement logos will be billed at current market price.
A. 
Fee to accompany application (to cover the cost of issuing such license): $0.50.
B. 
All businesses, except those specifically enumerated in Subsection C below, shall pay a basic annual license fee of $100.
(1) 
Retail operations, entertainment and recreational uses and food establishments exceeding 500 square feet to 40,000 square feet: additional license fee of $0.06 per square foot.
(2) 
Retail operations, entertainment and recreational uses and food establishments exceeding 40,000 square feet, in addition to fee required in Subsection B(1) above: $0.01 per square foot.
C. 
License fees for businesses, excluding those enumerated in Subsection B, shall be as follows:
(1) 
Dealers in antique furniture: $100.
(2) 
Holding each auction: $100.
(3) 
Auctioneer: $200.
(4) 
Laundries: $200.
(5) 
Warehouse/distribution centers: $250.
(6) 
Automobile driving school: $350.
(7) 
Barbershops, beauty parlors, nail salons: $100.
(8) 
Gyms and health clubs: $800.
(9) 
Parking lot and/or storage of motor vehicles. Fee shall be based on the average number of motor vehicles per day, calculated on a thirty-day period.
(a) 
Valet parking. Where the number of vehicles cannot be determined: flat fee of $500.
(b) 
Parking service or storage of motor vehicles:
Number of Vehicles, Inclusive
Fee
1 to 10
$50
11 to 15
$145
16 to 20
$195
21 to 45
$340
46 to 70
$670
71 to 99
$950
100 or more
$975
(10) 
Public gasoline station.
(a) 
First pump: $80.
(b) 
Each additional pump: $30.
A. 
Inspection and issuance fee: $75.
B. 
Inspection and continued certificate of occupancy: $250.
C. 
Inspections and certificate of occupancy of a residential tenancy: $25.
A. 
Appeal application fee: $50.
B. 
Training registration fee: $100.
C. 
Building subcode fees shall be as follows:
(1) 
New buildings, per cubic foot volume of structure, including installations and foundation system of premanufactured construction and the external utility connection of premanufactured construction:
(a) 
Residential: $0.030.
(b) 
Commercial: $0.040.
(c) 
Parking structures: $0.009.
(2) 
Minimum fees:
(a) 
Principal building: $300.
(b) 
Accessory structure: $200.
(c) 
Structure, 100 square feet or less (shed): $55.
(3) 
Additions, per cubic foot volume of new area:
(a) 
Residential: $0.030.
(b) 
Commercial: $0.040.
(c) 
Minimum fee: $100.
(4) 
Alterations, renovations and repairs, per $1,000 of estimated cost of project: residential, $25.
(a) 
First $250,000, for each $1,000 of cost: $25.
(b) 
Over $300,000. Fee for first $300,000 as per above plus for each $13,000 of cost over $300,000: $15.
(c) 
Fees for a combination of renovations and additions shall be computed as the sum of the fees for the fee for an addition as per Subsection C(2) plus the fee for an alteration as per Subsection C(3) as computed separately.
(5) 
For parking structures, the fee shall be $0.009 per cubic foot.
(6) 
Roofing and reroofing:
(a) 
Per square foot of work: $0.05.
(b) 
Minimum fee: $75.
(7) 
Siding:
(a) 
Per $1,000 of work: $10.
(b) 
Minimum fee: $75.
(8) 
Fencing, per contract: $45.
(9) 
Each deck: $65.
(10) 
Signs:
(a) 
Sign, per square foot of face area, one side only for a double-faced sign: $4.
(b) 
For double-faced signs, double the above fee.
(11) 
Footing inspection for a freestanding sign: $75.
(12) 
Each pool, including a fence: $100.
(13) 
Asbestos abatement: $106.
(a) 
Administrative fee for each certificate: $25.
(14) 
Demolition:
(a) 
Principal building: $300.
(b) 
Accessory building: $175.
(c) 
Interior prior to alteration: $150 + DCA.
(15) 
Certificates of occupancy and related fees.
(a) 
Certificates of occupancy.
[1] 
Commercial: $300.
[2] 
New house: $150.
[3] 
Addition/alterations: $100.
(b) 
Certificate of temporary occupancy:
[1] 
Commercial: $150.
[2] 
Residential: $85.
(c) 
Certificate of approval:
[1] 
Commercial: $125.
[2] 
Residential: $75.
(d) 
Residential resale: $95.
(e) 
Residential for refinancing: $75.
(f) 
Certificate of continued occupancy (re-occupancy): $300.
(g) 
Special inspection fee:
[1] 
Up to two hours: $250.
[2] 
Each additional hour or portion thereof: $150.
(h) 
Uniform Construction Code variation: (Use separate application forms for each variation request.):
[1] 
Residential $150.
[2] 
Commercial $250.
(16) 
State of New Jersey training fees. DCA training fees shall be added to the permit fees above in accordance with N.J.A.C. 5:23-4.19.
(17) 
Contractor's registration. Registration fee must be submitted with a current certificate of insurance indicating amounts of coverage for product liability and workman's compensation, plus vehicle insurance, as required by the New Jersey Department of Motor Vehicles, annual: $85.
(18) 
Items not listed will be priced similar to the rates listed as determined by the Building Subcode Official as to be approved by the Construction Code Official.
D. 
Elevator subcode fees: Effective 9/1/15, the New Jersey Department of Community Affairs shall be the enforcing agency for the elevator subcode pursuant to N.J.A.C. 5:23-4.3 and 4.9.
[Amended 2-24-2015 by Ord. No. 15-03]
E. 
Electrical subcode fees shall be as follows:
(1) 
Minimum fee:
(a) 
Residential: $50.
(b) 
Commercial: $125.
(2) 
First 25 total of lighting fixtures, receptacles, switches, detectors, light poles, motors (fraction horsepower), emergency and exit lights, communications points and alarm devices/F.A.C. panel: $50; each additional total of 25 units: $40.
(3) 
Each range:
(a) 
Up to 20 kilowatts: $20.
(b) 
Over 20 kilowatts: $35.
(4) 
Each surface cooktop unit:
(a) 
Up to 12 kilowatts: $20.
(b) 
Over 12 kilowatts: $35.
(5) 
Each dishwasher: $20.
(6) 
Each clothes dryer:
(a) 
Up to five kilowatts: $20.
(b) 
Over five kilowatts: $35.
(7) 
Each air-conditioning unit:
(a) 
Up to 10 tons: $20.
(b) 
Over 10 tons: $40, plus $10 for each additional five tons.
(8) 
Each whirlpool/spa: $25;
(9) 
Each pool (bonding, filter motor, lights and heater all inclusive): $70.
(10) 
Commercial pool inspection:
(a) 
Electrical certificate of compliance: $100.
(b) 
Bonding and grounding certificate of compliance: $100.
(11) 
Each water heater:
(a) 
Up to 10 kilowatts: $25.
(b) 
Over 10 kilowatts: $50.
(12) 
Central heat:
(a) 
Oil or gas: $20.
(b) 
Baseboard electric, up to 10 kilowatts: $15.
[1] 
Residential: $20.
[2] 
Commercial: $50.
(c) 
Over 10 kilowatts: $35, plus $10 for each additional 15 kilowatts.
(13) 
Each pump or motor:
Horsepower
Fee
Up to 7 1/2
$20
7 1/2 to 15
$35
15 to 30
$65
30 to 50
$95
50 to 100
$160
Over 100
$525
(14) 
Signs:
(a) 
Each wall sign: $50.
(b) 
Each freestanding sign: $100.
(15) 
Each subpanel:
Amperes
Fee
Up to 200
$50
225 to 600
$100
601 to 1,000
$175
Over 1,000
$525
(16) 
Each transformer, power boost and buck isolation, signaling or generator:
Kilovolt-Amperes
Fee
Up to 7 1/2
$50
7 1/2 to 30
$100
30 to 60
$160
60 to 112 1/2
$355
112 1/2
$525
(17) 
Service entrance (main panel with disconnect):
Amperes
Fee
Through 200
$50
225 to 600
$160
601 to 1,000
$325
Over 1,000
$525
(18) 
Items not listed will be priced similar to the rates listed as determined by the Electrical Subcode Official as to be approved by the Construction Code Official.
(19) 
Solar photovoltaic systems:
(a) 
One to 50 kw: $60.
(b) 
Fifty-one to 100 kw: $125.
(c) 
Over 100 kw: $600.
F. 
Plumbing subcode fees shall be as follows:
(1) 
Minimum fee:
(a) 
Residential: $75.
(b) 
Commercial: $150.
(2) 
Each lavatory, sink, water closet, bidet, bathtub, shower and hose bib: $25
(3) 
Each urinal, floor drain roof drain, and floor sink: $65.
(4) 
Each commercial sink: $65.
(5) 
Each dishwasher: $20.
(a) 
Residential: $30.
(b) 
Commercial: $65.
(6) 
Each drinking fountain: $65.
(7) 
Each washing machine: $30.
(8) 
Each wall hydrant: $65.
(9) 
Each backflow preventor for domestic water: $10.
(a) 
Residential: $20.
(b) 
Commercial: $65.
(10) 
Each new water heater or storage tank:
(a) 
Residential: $40.
(b) 
Commercial: $125.
(11) 
Fuel oil piping: $45.
(12) 
Gas piping (per unit) $20.
(a) 
First 100 feet: $100.
(b) 
Each additional 100 feet $75.
(13) 
Each new steam boiler: $75.
(14) 
Each new hot-water boiler: $75.
(15) 
Each sewer pump and/or ejector: $20.
(a) 
Residential: $60.
(b) 
Commercial: $125.
(16) 
Each interceptor, separator and grease trap: $150.
(17) 
Each gas appliance:
(a) 
Residential: $25.
(b) 
Commercial: $75.
(18) 
Water-cooled air-conditioning or refrigeration unit: $150.
(19) 
Sewer/sanitary connection:
(a) 
Residential: $75.
(b) 
Commercial: $150.
(20) 
Each stack: $35.
(21) 
Water service connection up to one inch:
(a) 
Residential: $75.
(b) 
Commercial: $200.
(c) 
Water service over one inch;: $250.
(22) 
Items not listed will be priced similar to the rates listed as determined by the Plumbing Subcode Official as to be approved by the Construction Code Official.
G. 
Fire protection subcode fees shall be as follows:.
(1) 
Minimum fee: $75.
(a) 
Residential: $100.
(b) 
Commercial: $250.
(2) 
Fire protection sprinkler system:
Number of Heads
Fee
1 to 50
$250
51 to 200
$350
201 to 500
$600
501 to 1,000
$1,500
Over 1,000 (per head)
$1.25
(3) 
Standpipe system per riser/story:
Size (stories)
Fee
1 to 4
$300
5 and above
$300
(4) 
Private yard fire hydrant (per hydrant): $150.
(5) 
Each fire service water main: $250.
(6) 
Automatic fire alarm system:
(a) 
Up to 20 initiating devices: $200.
(b) 
Twenty-one and over alarm devices: per device, add $7.
(7) 
Hardwired smoke and heat detectors: $150.
(8) 
Residential fire alarm system $150.
(9) 
Smoke-control system: $1,000.
(10) 
Pre-engineered fire-suppression system: $250.
(11) 
Commercial kitchen hood exhaust system: $200.
(12) 
Gas- or oil-fired appliance:
(a) 
Residential: $85.
(b) 
Commercial: $100.
(c) 
Each additional unit:
[1] 
Residential: $40.
[2] 
Commercial: $65.
(13) 
Each flammable/combustible liquid underground storage tank installation:
Capacity
(gallons)
Fee
Up to 2,999
$200
3,000 and up
$400
(14) 
Each flammable/combustible liquid underground removal: $350.
(15) 
Each flammable/combustible liquid aboveground storage tank installation:
Capacity
(gallons)
Fee
Up to 1,000
$300
Over 1,000
$400
(16) 
Each waste oil aboveground storage tank: $250.
(17) 
Each gasoline/diesel dispenser: $100.
(18) 
Items not listed will be priced similar to the rates listed as determined by the Fire Subcode Official as to be approved by the Construction Code Official.
H. 
Mechanical subcode fees shall be as follows. The mechanical subcode fees shall apply only for R-3 and R-4 construction classifications.
(1) 
Minimum fee: $50.
(2) 
Each water heater: $40.
(3) 
Each hot-air furnace: $75.
(4) 
Air-conditioning system: $75.
(5) 
Each oil tank replacement: $50.
(6) 
Each oil tank abandonment: $75.
(7) 
Each LPG tank install or replacement: $75.
(8) 
Each prefab fireplace and/or insert: $75.
(9) 
Each heat pump replacement only: $45.
(10) 
Each air conditioner replacement only: $65.
(11) 
Each condensing unit replacement only: $45.
(12) 
Each chimney: $75.
(13) 
Items not listed will be priced similar to the rates listed as determined by the Mechanical Subcode Official as to be approved by the Construction Code Official.
A. 
Residential development fees: see Section 210-9.
[Amended 5-9-2016 by Ord. No. 2016-9]
B. 
Nonresidential development fees: see Section 210-8.
[Amended 5-9-2016 by Ord. No. 2016-9]
Application filing fees shall be as follows:
A. 
For property with one acre or less (other than for an application associated with no more than two one-family homes): $250.
B. 
For each additional full acre above one acre: an additional $50.
C. 
For applications involving 10 acres or more: $75 for each acre computed in the entire lot within the regulated area.
D. 
For an application involving less than one acre and one or not more than two one-family dwellings: $100.
A. 
Article I, Sale of Drug Paraphernalia.
(1) 
License to sell drug paraphernalia: $150.
A. 
Duplicate bill: $2 each.
B. 
Bounced check: $25 each.
A. 
Article I, Appeals. Fees for filing variance or conditional use applications, or appeals, shall be as follows:
(1) 
A variance, for a one- or two-family dwelling, from side yard, front yard, rear yard or other limiting schedule requirements: $22.
(2) 
Each variance from limiting schedule requirements, including parking variances, in connection with any commercial construction: $138.
(3) 
Applications seeking interpretation of Chapter 429, Zoning, or the Zoning Map: $55.
(4) 
Applications relating to swimming pools and fences: $22.
(5) 
Applications relating to signs: $110, plus 2% of the cost of the proposed sign.
(6) 
Applications for all use and conditional variances shall be based on the value of the proposed project as follows:
Value of Project
Fee
$1 to $50,000
$275
$50,001 to $100,000
$550
$100,001 to $500,000
$825
$500,001 to $1,000,000
$1,100
$1,000,001 to $5,000,000
$1,650
$5,000,001 to $10,000,000
$2,200
$10,000,001 to $20,000,000
$3,300
$20,000,001 to $30,000,000
$4,400
$30,000,001 and over
$5,500
A. 
Additional inspections and registration fees. All registered users shall pay an annual fee in accordance with the following schedule:
Floor Area
(square feet)
Fee
500 or less
$100
501 to 1,000
$150
1,001 to 3,000
$225
3,001 to 6,000
$300
6,001 to 9,000
$375
9,001 to 12,000
$450
12,001 to 24,000
$525
24,001 to 48,000
$600
48,000 and over
$675
(1) 
One- and two-level parking garages will be charged a flat fee of $150. Three- or more-multi-level parking garages will be charged a flat fee of $250.
(2) 
In multiple-tenant or multiple-occupancy buildings containing common areas including hallways, stairs, basements, storage and mechanical areas, a flat fee for the common area will be charged based on the following schedule:
(a) 
One to two stories: $100.
(b) 
Three to four stories: $150.
(c) 
Four to six stories: $200.
B. 
Special events. Cost of the Fire Inspector for attendance at the event: the Fire Inspector's overtime rate multiplied by 20% with a minimum charge for three hours.
License fee: $20.
License fee: $15.
A. 
Article IV, Rules and Regulations.
(1) 
Special membership dues minimum initial payment: $300.
B. 
Golf fees.
[Added 5-25-2010 by Ord. No. 10-5; amended 12-13-2011 by Ord. No. 11-29; 9-27-2012 by Ord. No. 12-22; 12-16-2014 by Ord. No. 14-31; 10-13-2015 by Ord. No. 2015-34; 12-1-2015 by Ord. No. 2015-39; 9-26-2017 by Ord. No. 2017-23; 10-9-2018 by Ord. No. 18-25[1]]
Greens Fees
Registered
Nonregistered
Nonresident
Weekday
$36
$46
Weekend
$46
$56
Resident
Weekday
$18
$36
Weekend
$23
$46
Other Fees
Type
Fee
Annual registration fee
Greens fee reduction:
Nonresident
Resident
$50
$10
$5
Prorated membership after September 1
$30
Paramus veterans and volunteer groups
$25 with proper documentation
Discount off regular greens fees for:
Seniors (62 +)
Juniors (17 and under)
$2
$2
Twilight rate, 2 hours prior to closing
Discount off regular rate: nonresident: $10, resident: $5
Replay rate, 2nd 18 holes on same day
Discount off regular rate: nonresident: $10, resident: $5
Holiday greens fees
Same as weekend rates
Motorized golf cart:
18-hole fee
9-hole fee
$34
$17
Hand carts
$5
Range balls
$5
NJSGA handicap
$35 annually
Lockers
$50 annually
Weekend reservation fees
$2,000 per foursome - 6:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon; reduced fees from 12:00 noon to 2:00 p.m.
Morning leagues, Tuesday (ladies) and Thursday (men):
Application fee
$200
Evening leagues, Monday to Friday:
Per 9-hole round
Cart
Pull cart
$28
$9 per golfer
$3 per 9 holes
Lessons:
Per hour
Per half hour
Juniors
Per hour
Per half hour
5 one-hour lesson package
10 one-hour lesson package
Juniors
5 one-hour lesson package
10 one-hour lesson package
Junior summer camp
Group clinics
$120
$65
$100
$55
$550
$1,000
$450
$850
$350 per week
$35 per person
Mini golf:
Adults
Children/seniors
Group outing
Adult replay rate
Children/senior replay rate
$8
$5
$150 fee + $4 per person
$6
$4
Outings:
Non-Paramus groups
Paramus groups
Fee includes greens fees, cart, prizes, range balls, scoring, and snacks (includes $6 fee to be paid directly to the restaurant)
$95
$75
Veteran discounts:
All pro shop merchandise
Golf
Mini golf
An additional 10% off member prices - proper ID required
Active military play for free, including cart rental - proper ID required
Active military play for free, including up to a group of 4
[1]
Editor's Note: This ordinance provided that its fees take effect 1-1-2019.
A. 
Article I, Hazardous Chemicals.
(1) 
Permit processing fee: $250.
B. 
Article III, Reimbursement for Equipment and Services.
(1) 
Items not listed as fair market value:
(a) 
Vehicle response hours: $50 per hour per vehicle.
(b) 
Communications charge: $20 minimum charge, plus all charges that exceed $20.
License fees (per calendar year):
A. 
For the first truck: $25.
B. 
For each truck thereafter: $15.
A. 
Part 1, Taxicabs.
(1) 
Taxi owner's license fee: $25 per year.
(2) 
Taxi owner's license fee when application is made after the first day of January and before July 1 in any year: $12.50.
(3) 
Annual fleet charge: $100.
(4) 
Taxi driver's license fee: $15, plus any fee required by the New Jersey Police or Federal Bureau of Investigation.
B. 
Part 2, Limousine Services.
(1) 
License fee: $50 per vehicle.
[Amended 10-15-2002 by Ord. No. 02-27]
A. 
Annual license fee for massage establishment or premises: $200.
B. 
Annual license fee for massagist's license: $50.
License fees shall be as follows:
A. 
For premises having not more than 10 housing or lodging units: $1,000.
B. 
For premises having 11 or more housing or lodging units: $1,000, plus $50 for each additional housing or lodging unit over 10.
A. 
Article I, Television and Motion Picture Advisory Committee.
(1) 
License fee. The Television and Motion Picture Advisory Committee shall solicit and interview representatives from the television and motion film industry to determine an appropriate license fee, to be determined by a majority of the Committee. The amount of the fee shall depend upon the size of the production budget. No fee shall be less than $300 for site locations on Borough-owned property, and no fee shall be less than $100 per day based on a twelve-hour day maximum for privately owned property.
[Amended 12-20-2016 by Ord. No. 2016-27]
B. 
Article II, Exhibition of Motion Pictures. Annual motion picture license fees shall be as follows:
Capacity of Theater
Fee
Up to 500
$200
Above 500
$200, plus $50 for each 100 capacity or fraction thereof above 500
[Added 3-22-2011 by Ord. No. 11-06; amended 6-19-2012 by Ord. No. 12-12; 6-25-2013 by Ord. No. 13-17; 5-19-2015 by Ord. No. 15-13; 9-29-2015 by Ord. No. 2015-32; 12-15-2015 by Ord. No. 2015-40; 3-8-2016 by Ord. No. 2016-06; 9-20-2016 by Ord. No. 2016-22; 8-8-2018 by Ord. No. 18-22; 5-7-2019 by Ord. No. 19-09]
A. 
The fees for recreation programs are as follows. Each fee includes $1 that will go into the Security Trust Fund Account to pay the cost of police background checks and reimburse those coaches getting fingerprinted for the first time and $2 goes to the Special Events Trust which provides funding for our special events. There is a $5 deduction per person per activity for those who register before the deadline.
Program
Age/Grade
Season of Program
Fee
Basketball
Pick-up basketball
Adult
Winter
$55
Basketball winter league
Grades 3-8
Winter
$65
In-town basketball clinic
Grades 1 and 2
Winter
$40
Travel basketball
Grades 3-8
Winter
$80
Travel basketball tryout
Grades 3-8
Winter
$10
Travel basketball jersey, boys
Grades 3-8
Winter/Fall
$25
Travel basketball jersey, girls
Grades 3-8
Winter/Fall
$25
Travel basketball shorts, boys
Grades 3-8
Winter/Fall
$15
Travel basketball shorts, girls
Grades 3-8
Winter/Fall
$15
Travel basketball with games
Grades 3-8
Fall
$65
Travel basketball, no games
Grades 3-8
Fall
$10
Pick-up basketball
Grades 3-8
Fall/Summer
$40
Basketball clinic
Grades 1 and 2
Summer
$45
3 x 3 Basketball
Adult
Summer
$25
Cheerleading
Cheerleading
Grades 1-8
Fall
$75
Uniform
Grades 1-8
Fall
X
Pom poms
Grades 1-8
Fall
X
Football
Tackle football
Grades 1-8
Fall
$155
Flag football
Grades K-2
Fall
$45
Lacrosse
Lacrosse clinic
Grades K-2
Spring
$35
Lacrosse league (Boys and Girls)
Grades 2-8
Spring
$80
Lacrosse uniform skirts, girls
Grades 2-8
Spring
$25
Lacrosse uniform shorts, boys
Grades 2-8
Spring
$20
Lacrosse uniform jersey, girls
Grades 2-8
Spring
$55
Lacrosse uniform jersey, boys
Grades 2-8
Spring
$55
Soccer
Indoor soccer
Adult
Winter
$30
Indoor soccer clinic
Grades K-2
Winter
$65
Indoor soccer league
Grades K-8
Winter
$65
Fall soccer clinic
Grades K-2
Fall
$65
Fall soccer league
Grades 3-8
Fall
$65
Softball
Mens softball
Adult (30+)
Spring/summer
$80
In-town softball tee-ball
Grades 1 and 2
Spring
$65
Intro to softball clinic
Grades K-2
Spring
$45
In-town softball league
Grades 3-8
Spring
$65
Spring travel softball
Ages 8-14
Spring
$50
Spring travel softball jersey
Ages 8-14
Spring
$15
Summer travel softball
Ages 8-14
Summer
$80
Summer travel softball jersey
Ages 8-14
Summer
$15
Tennis
Tennis program
Grades K-8 and adult
Fall
$95
Tennis program
Grades K-8 and adult
Spring
$95
Program
Age/Grade
Season of Program
Fee
Track
Cross country
Grades 1-8
Fall
$33
Track and field
Grades 1-8
Spring
$33
Track and field uniform
Grades 1-8
Spring
$20
Volleyball
Youth volleyball clinic/league
Grades 5-8
Fall
$43
Volleyball travel tryout (girls)
Grades 6-8
Fall
$10
Volleyball travel team fee (girls)
Grades 6-8
Fall
$250
Wrestling
Wrestling program
Grades 1-8
Winter
$75
Community Room Programs
Abrakadoodle
Grades 3-6
Fall/Winter/Spring
$93
Arts and crafts
Grade Pre K - 8
Fall/Winter/Spring
$37
Bloom Yoga
Grade Pre K-Adult
Fall/Winter/Spring
$93
Brix for kids
Grades K-6
Fall/Winter/Spring
$93
Chess
Grades 2-8
Fall/Winter/Spring
$93
Diff abilities
Grades K-5
Fall/Winter/Spring
$65
Explore science
Grades Pre K - 2
Fall/Winter/Spring
$93
Game makers
Grades 3-8
Fall/Winter/Spring
$173
Little Ivy robot makers
Grades 3-8
Fall/Winter/Spring
$173
Ping pong
Grades 3-8
Fall/Winter/Spring
$93
Summer Playgrounds
K-2nd grade, full 6 weeks
Grades K-2
Summer
$303
K-2nd grade, first 3 weeks
Grades K-2
Summer
$178
K-2nd grade, second 3 weeks
Grades K-2
Summer
$178
3rd and 4th grade, full 6 weeks
Grades 3 and 4
Summer
$353
3rd and 4th grade, first 3 weeks
Grades 3 and 4
Summer
$203
3rd and 4th grade, second 3 weeks
Grades 3 and 4
Summer
$203
5th and 6th grade, full 6 weeks
Grades 5 and 6
Summer
$353
5th and 6th grade, first 3 weeks
Grades 5 and 6
Summer
$203
5th and 6th grade, second 3 weeks
Grades 5 and 6
Summer
$203
Summer trip camp, first package
Grades 7 and 8
Summer
$333
Summer trip camp, second package
Grades 7 and 8
Summer
$363
Summer trip camp shirt
Grades 7 and 8
Summer
$5
B. 
Field permit fees.[1]
[1]
Editor's Note: The schedule of field permit fees is included as an attachment to this chapter.
A. 
Peddler's and hawker's license: $50 per annum.
B. 
Solicitor's and canvasser's license: $50 per year.
The license fee for each pool or billiard room or place shall be as follows:
A. 
For the first table: $100.
B. 
Each additional table: $25.
A. 
Copying costs for public records: pursuant to the provisions as set forth in N.J.S.A. 47:1A-2.
B. 
Audio tape reproduction: ten-dollar copying fee.
A. 
Restaurant license fees:
Seating Capacity
Annual Fee
1 to 50
$400
51 to 100
$500
101 to 200
$600
201 and over
$700
B. 
Food establishment license fee:
Annual Fee
Up to 6000 sq. ft
$400
6001 sq. ft. to 10,000 sq. ft.
$600
10,000 sq. ft. or more
$750
C. 
Temporary food-handling permits:
(1) 
Up to and including three days for carnivals, fairs, etc.: $100.
(2) 
More than three days and up to and including a maximum of 10 days for carnivals, fairs, etc.: $200.
D. 
Catering units, mobile:
(1) 
Packaged foods only: $150.
(2) 
Unpackaged foods served: $200.
E. 
Late fees.
(1) 
A fifty-dollar late fee shall be charged on all license fees of $250 or less which are not paid on/or before February 1 of the license year. An additional $50 shall be charged for each thirty-day period that the license fee is not paid after February 1 of the license year.
(2) 
A seventy-five-dollar late fee shall be charged on all license fees in excess of $251 which are not paid on/or before February 1 of the license year. An additional $75 shall be charged for each thirty-day period that the license fee is not paid after February 1 of the license year.
License fees shall be as follows:
A. 
For an original license: $25.
B. 
For a renewal license: $10.
[Amended 2-9-2016 by Ord. No. 2016-04; 4-19-2016 by Ord. No. 2016-14]
A. 
License fee: $300 annually.
A. 
Article I, Connections; Discharges.
(1) 
Sewer connection permit (where there is no sewer lateral available): $100.
(2) 
Initial fee for establishments requiring grease interceptor: $150.
(3) 
Annual fee to cover Borough's costs for inspecting grease interceptors: $150.
(4) 
Annual fee for existing grease-producing establishments: $150.
B. 
Article IV, User Charges for Tax-Exempt Properties.
(1) 
User charge.
(a) 
Residential user (one unit): $220 per annum.
(b) 
Nonresidential user.
[1] 
First 80,000 gallons (one unit): $220 per annum.
[2] 
Each additional unit or fraction thereof 50,000 gallons (per unit): $200 per annum.
A. 
Sign permit fees shall be as follows:
(1) 
Sign, per square foot of face area, one side only for a double-faced sign: $4.
(2) 
For double-faced signs, double the fee below:
Area
(square feet)
Fee
Less than 1
No fee
1 but less than 25
$20
25 but less than 50
$30
50 but less than 100
$50
100 but less than 200
$60
200 but less than 300
$100
300 and over
$150
(3) 
In addition to the permit fee listed in Subsections A(1) and A(2) above, a nonrefundable zoning review fee of $35 per sign shall be due at the time of filing a sign permit application.
(4) 
Any sign subject to the provisions of § 367-12D: $5 per window per year.
(5) 
Real estate "for sale" or "for rent" fees:
(a) 
Signs having an area on one side of six square feet or less: no fee.
(b) 
Signs in excess of the above: in accordance with Subsection A(1).
(6) 
Construction signs.
(a) 
Signs having an area on one side of six square feet of less: no fee.
(b) 
Signs in excess of the above: in accordance with Subsection A(1).
(7) 
For political signs as follows:
(a) 
Billboard-type: $25.
(b) 
Lawn signs: $3.
B. 
Annual inspection fees shall be as follows:
(1) 
Freestanding signs up to 36 square feet in area on one side and wall signs up to 100 square feet in area: $10.
(2) 
All other signs: $25.
A. 
Site work permit: Nonrefundable fee of $10 per $1,000 estimated cost up to $200,000 estimated cost, plus $4 per $1,000 over $200,000.
B. 
Filing fees.
(1) 
Application for site plan approval:
Site Size
(acres)
Fee
1 or less
$275
More than 1 but less than 2
$330
More than 2 but less than 3
$385
More than 3 but less than 4
$440
More than 4 but less than 5
$495
More than 5 but less than 6
$550
More than 6 but less than 7
$605
More than 7 but less than 8
$660
More than 8 but less than 9
$715
More than 9 but less than 10
$770
More than 10
The sum of $825, plus $55 for each additional acre over 10 acres, plus $55 for any fractional acre part of an acre over 1/2 acre
C. 
Inspection of required improvements:
[Amended 6-26-2018 by Ord. No. 18-14]
(1) 
Not to exceed, except for extraordinary circumstances, the greater of $500 or 5% of the cost of bonded improvements that are subject to a performance guarantee under § 371-44A(1)(a), A(1)(b) or A(1)(a) and (b); and
(2) 
Not to exceed 5% of the cost of private site improvements that are not subject to a performance guarantee under § 371-44A(1)(a).
D. 
Initial Borough Engineer escrow fee: $1,650.
A. 
Soil application fees:
(1) 
Ministerial soil application fee: $25.
(2) 
Major soil application fee: $100.
B. 
Soil moving fee: $0.10 per cubic yard of fill or excavation, whichever is greater, less the soil application fee.
A. 
Article I, Collection, Removal and Disposal.
(1) 
Private scavengers license fee: $150 for each license for each vehicle to be used by the applicant in his business.
B. 
Article VII, Clothing Bins.
(1) 
The annual fee for a clothing bin permit shall be $25, payable on an annual basis.
A. 
Article I, Street excavations.
(1) 
Road opening permit fee: $300.
(2) 
Road opening inspections: $350, which shall cover up to a maximum of four inspections, one hour in duration. Additional inspections shall require a fee of $75 per inspection of one hour.
(3) 
Nonrefundable maintenance fees:
(a) 
For roads that have been resurfaced within five years prior to the date of application: $12 per square foot of disturbed area with a minimum payment in the amount of $100.
(b) 
For roads not surfaced within five years prior to the date of application: $7.50 per square foot of disturbed area with a minimum charge of $50.
B. 
Article II, Curb cuts.
(1) 
Curb cut permit fee: $50.
A. 
Fee for updating Borough Tax Map on approval of any minor or major subdivision: $50 per lot.
B. 
Minor subdivision required escrow account: $500.
C. 
Application fee for preliminary approval of a major subdivision: $193, plus $28 per lot, computed on the number of lots shown on the preliminary plat.
D. 
Escrow account for major subdivisions: initial amount of $1,650.
E. 
Fee to accompany final plat of a major subdivision: $110, plus $11 per lot.
F. 
Site work permit: nonrefundable fee of $5 per $1,000 of estimated cost of new site improvement work up to $200,000 estimated cost, plus $2 per $1,000 of estimated cost of new site work over $200,000.
G. 
Inspection of required improvements:
[Amended 6-26-2018 by Ord. No. 18-14]
(1) 
Not to exceed, except for extraordinary circumstances, the greater of $500 or 5% of the cost of bonded improvements that are subject to a performance guarantee under § 387-24(1)(a), A(1)(b) or A(1)(a) and (b); and
(2) 
Not to exceed 5% of the cost of private site improvements that are not subject to a performance guarantee under § 387-24A(1)(a).
A. 
Article I, Swimming Pool Facilities.
(1) 
Season rates.
2015 RATES
MONTHLY RATES PARAMUS RESIDENTS ONLY
July or August
SEASONAL RATES PARAMUS RESIDENTS ONLY
MONTHLY RATES OUT OF TOWN
July or August
SEASONAL OUT OF TOWN RATES
INDIVIDUAL
$175.00
$225.00
$425.00
$525.00
FAMILY OF 2
$200.00
$275.00
$450.00
$625.00
FAMILY OF 3
$225.00
$325.00
$475.00
$675.00
FAMILY OF 4
$250.00
$375.00
$500.00
$725.00
FAMILY OF 5
$275.00
$425.00
$525.00
$775.00
FAMILY OF 6
$300.00
$475.00
$550.00
$825.00
FAMILY OF 7
$325.00
$525.00
$575.00
$925.00
FAMILY OF 8
$350.00
$575.00
$600.00
$975.00
AFTER A FAMILY OF 8 EACH ADDITIONAL PERSON
$25.00
$50.00
$25.00
$50.00
SENIOR CITIZEN (60) YEARS OLD
$75.00
$110.00
$200.00
$225.00
Paramus Grandparent-Out of Town Grandchildren: under the age of 13 years old. Resident membership monthly or seasonal rate will apply. A maximum of 2 grandchildren (grandparent must be at the pool with the grandchild).
Out-of-town without a sponsor: without a qualifying sponsor applicants will incur an additional surcharge of $100 for an individual and $200 for a family membership in addition to your membership fee.
(2) 
(Reserved)
(3) 
(Reserved)
(4) 
Replacement fee for lost identification badges: $20.
(5) 
Registration for swim/dive lessons: $50 per person.
(6) 
Registration to join swim/dive team: $50 per person.
(7) 
Issuance of new identification badge: $20.
B. 
Article II, Public Swimming Pools and Bathing Establishments.
(1) 
Issuance of permit to operate a year-round indoor public or semipublic swimming pool and/or whirlpool: $300.
(2) 
Issuance of permit to operate a seasonal outdoor public or semipublic swimming pool: $200.
(3) 
Issuance of permit to operate an outdoor public or semipublic bathing place: $200.
(4) 
Plan review fee for a public recreational bathing facility: $75.
A. 
Article I:
(1) 
Escrow fee: $2,500.
(2) 
Application fee: $750.
(3) 
Permit fee, annual: $750.
A. 
Permit fee: $50.
A. 
License fee: $500 to cover the administrative expenses in processing the application and an additional fee of $75 for each vehicle for which an identifying decal is issued.
B. 
Fees for towing services not covered by N.J.S.A. 40:48-2.55 and N.J.A.C. 11:3-38.1.
Rates at Any Time
Towing Fee Per Diem
Day tow 7 miles or less from point of tow (one way)
$100
Each additional mile after 7 miles from point of pickup (one way)
$4.50
Police impound (towing of car to police impound facilities)
$100, plus mileage as per above
Road service charge
$50
Special recovery services (Class I)
$75 per hour
C. 
Fee for storage services:
Storage Facility Capacity
Fee Per Diem
Inside and/or outside building (secured)
$40
D. 
Fees for towing or storage of Class II, III and IV vehicles:
(1) 
Class II vehicles: $135. Hookup front or rear, plus $5 per mile for all miles in excess of seven miles.
(2) 
Class III vehicles: $175. Hookup front or rear, plus $7.50 per mile for all miles in excess of seven miles.
(3) 
Class IV vehicles: $325. Hookup front or rear, plus $10 per mile for all miles in excess of seven miles.
(4) 
Road service for Class II vehicles: $50 plus materials.
(5) 
Road service for Class III vehicles: $75 plus materials.
(6) 
Road service for Class IV vehicles: $95 plus materials.
(7) 
Storage of Class II, III and IV vehicles:
(a) 
Class II: $40 per day.
(b) 
Class III: $50 per day.
(c) 
Class IV: $85 per day.
(8) 
Special recovery services of Class II, III and IV vehicles:
(a) 
Class II: $100 per hour.
(b) 
Class III: $200 per hour.
(c) 
Class IV: $300 per hour.
(9) 
Special recovery services.
(a) 
Special recovery services of all vehicles shall be charged at the respective rates set. This charge shall only be used in situations deemed necessary, and a notation of fact should be noted on the official tower's bill. Said charge shall not apply to winching a vehicle on to a flatbed vehicle when the vehicle rolls freely.
(b) 
For special recovery services that require additional and/or larger equipment, that equipment shall be billed at the equipment rate.
(c) 
Additional personnel for special recovery services shall be billed at $75 per hour per person.
E. 
There shall be a maximum charge of $2,500 for Class I or II vehicles stored regardless of duration of the storage period.
F. 
The use of Speedy-Dri shall be charged that rate of $15 per fifty-pound bag after the first bag.
A. 
Article I, Pneumococcal Vaccine.
(1) 
Adult residents not covered under Medicare, Part B: $20.
B. 
Article II, Hepatitis B Vaccine.
(1) 
School children, series of three vaccinations: $35.
(2) 
School children not requiring a full series: $12 per vaccination.
A. 
Vending machine license fee: $50 per calendar year for each machine owned and/or operated by a vendor or entity in the Borough of Paramus.
B. 
Late fees. A twenty-five-dollar late fee shall be charged on all license fees which are not paid on or before February 1 of the license year. An additional $25 shall be charged for each thirty-day period that the license fee is not paid after February 1 of the license year.
A. 
Application fees for wireless telecommunications facilities:
(1) 
Antennas to be affixed to an existing structure: $1,500, escrow $2,000.
(2) 
New towers: $3,500, escrow $5,000.
B. 
Zoning permit application (§ 429-222):
(1) 
Residential zoning permit: $25.
(2) 
Commercial zoning permit: $200.
C. 
Grand opening or grand reopening banners/signs/balloons/ribbon: $50.
[Added 12-4-2018 by Ord. No. 18-34]
[Added 7-24-2019 by Ord. No. 19-19]
A. 
Registration fee: $150.
A. 
License fee: $200.
B. 
Late fee: $50.
C. 
Each thirty-day period that license fee is not paid after February 1: $50.
A. 
Application for certification or recertification course: $125.
A. 
Plumbing fees shall be as follows:
(1) 
Examination of any applicant for license as master plumber: $50.
(2) 
Issuance and annual renewal of a license as a master plumber: $10.
(3) 
Filing of plans for proposed plumbing work: $2.
(4) 
Issuance of a permit for proposed plumbing construction or alteration:
(a) 
Up to five fixtures: $10.
(b) 
An additional fee shall be charged for each fixture over five of $4.
(5) 
Issuance of a permit for replacement of a plumbing fixture: $3.
(6) 
Reinspection of plumbing work caused by failure of the licensee to comply with the provisions of the code or permit issued: $10.
B. 
Individual and semipublic water supply fees:
(1) 
Issuance of a permit to locate and construct or alter a water supply: $10.
(2) 
Inspection of a new or altered water supply: $5.
(3) 
Each reinspection of a water supply, or part thereof, caused by the failure of the permittee to comply with the terms of the permit issued or the terms of the code: $10.
C. 
Sewage disposal system fees:
(1) 
Issuance of a permit to locate and construct an individual sewage disposal system: $5.
(2) 
Issuance of a permit to alter or modify an individual sewage disposal system: $5.
(3) 
Inspection of a new or altered sewage disposal system: $5.
(4) 
Each reinspection caused by failure of the permittee to comply with the permit issued, the code or any rule or regulation of the Board: $5.
(5) 
Issuance or renewal of a license for a person engaged in the business of cleaning or emptying receptacles for the reception and storage of human excrement or other putrescible matter: $20 per vehicle.
D. 
Public sewer system fees:
(1) 
Dry house connection permit: $5.
(2) 
Each of the required inspections in connection with a dry house connection permit: $5.
(3) 
Final house connection permit: $5.
(4) 
Each of the required inspections in connection with a final house permit: $5.
(5) 
Each reinspection of a final or dry house connection caused by failure of the licensee to comply with the code or the permit issued: $10.
E. 
Incinerator permit: $25.
F. 
Annual license fee for each milk plant, milk depot, premises, vending machine or vehicle used in the distribution or sale of milk, milk products or fluid milk products: $5.
G. 
Vital statistics fees.
(1) 
Certified copy of a birth certificate, death certificate, marriage certificate, remarriage certificate, certificate of domestic partnership, certificate of civil union or a certificate of reaffirmation of civil union: $15 for the first copy; $5 for each additional copy of the same record purchased at the same time.
(2) 
Correction of a birth certificate, death certificate, marriage certificate, certificate of domestic partnership, certificate of civil union or a certificate of reaffirmation of civil union: $15.
(3) 
Search for death certificate, burial permit, marriage license, marriage license application, birth certificate of disinterment permit: $2 per year search.
H. 
Animal sales: $100.
I. 
Animal shelters and kennels: $75.
[Added 8-21-2019 by Ord. No. 19-16]
A. 
Request for exemption from §§ 451-3 and 451-4: $100.
B. 
Request for exemption from §§ 451-7 and 451-8: $100.