§ 150.036  FEES.
   (A)   Building permit fees.
      (1)   Residential and single manufactured homes (including moved-in building), $25 minimum fee.
         (a)   Permit fee is one-sixth of one percent based on $45 per square foot of living area of the building.
            1.   Footing inspection fee: $40.
            2.   Framing inspection fee: $40.
         (b)   In the case of modular homes, building permit fees will be collected on both the cost of the unit and the improvement to the site.
      (2)   Industrial, commercial and other non-residential building permit fees for construction in Districts I-1 through I-4 and C-1 through C-5 and all other construction not covered by subdivision (1) hereof shall be as follows:
         (a)   All areas within the planning jurisdiction, $25 minimum fee.  Permit fee is one-quarter of one percent of cost of construction.
            1.   Footing inspection fee: $50.
            2.   Framing inspection fee: $50.
         (b)   Optional inspection fees:  The following fees are not applicable if a notarized affidavit is filed with the Planning Commission office by a registered professional engineer or architect licensed to practice in Oklahoma stating that all provisions of all codes have been met.
   (B)   Plumbing inspection fees.
      (1)   Residential, $40.
         (a)   $5 per bath over two baths.
         (b)   $25 re-inspection fee.
         (c)   $40 minimum fee for remodels and additions to pre-existing structures.
      (2)   Duplexes, $80.
         (a)   $25 re-inspection fee.
         (b)   $40 minimum fee for remodels and additions to pre-existing structures.
      (3)   Commercial and industrial.
         (a)   $50 minimum fee.
         (b)   $25 re-inspection fee.
         (c)   $30 first three fixtures and/or drains.
         (d)   $1 each fixture and/or drain over three.
         (e)   $10 for inspection of water system.
         (f)   $10 for inspection of sewer system.
   (C)   Electrical inspection fees.
      (1)   Residential, $40.
         (a)   $25 re-inspection fee.
         (b)   $40 minimum fee for remodels and additions to pre-existing structures.
      (2)   Duplexes, $80.
         (a)   $25 re-inspection fee.
         (b)   $40 minimum for remodels and additions to pre-existing structures.
      (3)   Commercial and industrial.
         (a)   $50 minimum fee.
         (b)   $25 re-inspection fee.
         (c)   $50 for first 300 amp.
         (d)   $10 for each 100-amp increment or fraction thereof over 300 amp.
   (D)   Mechanical inspection fees.
      (1)   Residential, $40.
         (a)   $15 per unit over one.
         (b)   $25 re-inspection fee.
         (c)   $40 minimum fee for remodels and additions to pre-existing structures.
      (2)   Duplexes, $80.
         (a)   $25 re-inspection fee.
         (b)   $40 minimum fee for remodels and additions to pre-existing structures.
      (2)   Commercial and industrial.
         (a)   $50 minimum fee.
         (b)   $25 re-inspection fee.
         (c)   $50 for first 20 tons.
         (d)   $5 per 20 tons above 20 tons.
   (E)   Other permit fees.
      (1)   Planned development, including manufactured  home parks:
         (a)   $50 basic fee.
         (b)   $5 additional fee per acre or if divided into lots.
         (c)   $2 additional fee per lot.
      (2)   $5 moving permit.
      (3)   $75 conditional use permit/special exception.
      (4)   $75 variance permit.
      (5)   $75 map amendment (change of zoning).
      (6)   $20 for other action which requires a public hearing.
      (7)   $4.50 on all building permits issued authorizing work governed by the state-adopted building codes, including, without limitation, residential building permits, residential plumbing permits, residential mechanical permits, commercial building permits, commercial plumbing permits, commercial mechanical permits, commercial electrical permits, fire protection system permits, and swimming pool permits.
   (F)   Penalty for working without a permit.  All fees set forth in this section shall be double if builder has to be notified to buy a Building Permit after work has been started.
   (G)   Cost of advertising and notice.  The applicant shall pay the cost of any required legal notice and be responsible for placing the notice and providing proof of publication to the Planning Commission ten days prior to any public hearing. The applicant shall be responsible for the posting of any signs as required by the zoning regulations.
   (H)   Filing fees for plats and lot splits. 
      (1)   To defray partially the costs of notification and special studies, there shall be paid to the Planning Commission, at the time of submittal of plats, fees as follows:
         (a)   Preliminary plat, $100 plus $1 per lot.
         (b)   Final plat, $200 plus $1 per lot.
         (c)   Lot split, $25.
      (2)   Where only a portion of an approved preliminary plat is submitted for final approval, a final plat of the remaining area may be submitted at any time within five years of the preliminary approval without payment of an additional filing fee by the subdivide, provided that the final plat for the additional area conforms substantially with the approved preliminary plat.
      (3)   Earth Change Permit, $25.
         (a)   Street cut charges, $50.
         (b)   Curb cut charges, $25.
      (4)   Plan review.
         (a)   Plan review of commercial property, $50.
         (b)   Plan review of plan or final plats, $25.
         (c)   Page infrastructure plan review, $25.
         (d)   Maps (digital format, extra cost for printing), $40.
      (5)   Contractor license fees, $100 per year (flat).
         (a)   Contractor (renewal), $50.
         (b)   No fees for journeyman/ apprentice.
      (6)   Sign permits.
         (a)   Sign, $50.
         (b)   Electrical inspection, $50.
(`83 Code, § 5-202)  (Ord. 811, passed 9-15-80; Am. Ord. 810, passed 9-2-80; Am. Ord. 94-13, passed 4-4-94; Am. Ord. 2005-05, passed 4-18-05; Am. Ord. 2010-17, passed 5-17-10)
Cross-reference:
   Application for earth change permit, see § 154.06
   Curb cuts, street cuts, and driveway entrances, see § 101.22
   Specifications for streets, see § 101.37