FEE APPENDIX
ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES*
 
Classification
Current
Effective 7-1-07
Effective 7-1-08
Class A Beer
$100.00
$150.00
$200.00
Class A Liquor
$150.00
$250.00
$350.00
Class A Liquor - Cider Only
*
*
*
Class B Beer Only
$100.00
$100.00
$100.00
Class B Beer/Liquor
$250.001
$350.002
$450.003
Reserve Class B Beer
$10,000
$10,000
$10,000
Class C Wine
$100.00
$100.00
$100.00
Six Month Class A or Class B License
½ the Annual Fee
½ the Annual Fee
½ the Annual Fee
Provisional Class A or Class B License
$15.00
$15.00
$15.00
Temporary Class B (Picnic) Beer License
$10.00
$10.00
$10.00
Temporary Class B (Picnic) Wine License
$10.00
$10.00
$10.00
Publication Fee
Actual Cost to City
Actual Cost to City
Actual Cost to City
Transfer Fee
$10.00
$10.00
$10.00
 
* According to Wisconsin Statutes § 125.51(2)2. there is no annual or initial issuance fee for a Class A Intoxicating Liquor - Cider Only license.
1 - Beer @ $100 and Liquor @ $150
2 - Beer @ $100 and Liquor @ $250
3 - Beer @ $100 and Liquor @ $350
 
Special Class “B” Retailers' License (fermented malt beverages and/or wine containing not more than 6% alcohol by volume to consumers at a gathering or picnic of limited duration)
$10.00
Operator's license**
   Initial - Detailed Background Investigation - Odd Year
$47.00
   Initial - Detailed Background Investigation - Even Year
$27.00
   Renewal - Basic Background Investigation
$40.00
   Renewal - Detailed Background Investigation
$47.00
   Duplicate license
$5.00
* When a new license is issued during the licensing period, the fee will be prorated in accordance with Wisconsin Statute.  No license fee refunds will be made when a license is surrendered.
** All applicants must submit payment at the time of license application and said fee will be non-refundable.
   Provisional
$22.00
   Temporary
$5.00
AMUSEMENT ARCADE
   Per year
$25.00
   Prorated; per quarter
$6.25
ARBORISTS; license fee
$25.00
BUILDING PERMITS
Manufactured homes (This fee is for the installation of manufactured homes located in an authorized mobile home park.)
   Manufactured homes
$200.00
   Building permit seal
$25.00
   Residential
      New home permits (This includes five inspections, energy calculations, plan review, mechanical permits, State stamp, erosion control and file maintenance.  Please contact the Clerk's Office for information that is needed prior to a permit being issued.)
         Modular
$350.00
         New home; 1,500 square feet or less
$350.00
         New home; 2,500 square feet or less
$400.00
         New home; over 2,500 square feet or more
$450.00
         Building permit seal - for all new home permits
$25.00
      Residential remodeling*  (This includes renovations to the interior and exterior of a residential structure.  The plumbing, electrical and HVAC are separate.)
         Minimum
$20.00
         Remodel up to $20,000; per thousand
$3.50
         Remodel over $20,001; per thousand
$2.50
         Other special projects
            Pool
$40.00
            Fence
$10.00
         Move structure
$10.00
         Raze/abandon utility services
$35.00
         Raze structure
$10.00
 
The penalty for non-compliance is $50 per day for each violation per day plus costs of prosecution. Each violation shall constitute a separate offense.
* Building project exception: Any alteration or renovation done where the project cost is less than $2,000 is exempt from these requirements.
 
      Plumbing  (Normal repairs/maintenance are exempt from fee; replacement of entire system or system component requires permit. Contractor assumes responsibility/liability.)
         Minimum
$15.00
         Fixture or connection to fixture; includes rough-in for future expansion; per fixture
$3.00
         Sewer and water lateral
$30.00
         Lawn sprinkler system
$7.50
      Electrical  (Normal repairs/maintenance are exempt from fee; replacement of entire system or system component requires permit.  Contractor assumes responsibility/liability.
         New SEC (100-200 amp); minimum
$20.00
         New SEC (400-600 amp)
$25.00
         New SEC (over 600 amp)
$30.00
         New circuit; per circuit
$2.00
         Alterations
$0.25/opening or $5.00 minimum
      Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC)  (Normal repairs/maintenance are exempt from fee; replacement of entire system or system component requires permit.  Contractor assumes responsibility/liability.)
         New
$30.00
         Add AC to Existing
$15.00
         Replacement of any HVAC
$10.00
   Commercial
      Construction (Includes commercial, institutional, multi-family and industrial construction.)
         Minimum
$30.00
         1,000 cubic feet up to 100,000 cubic feet; per 1,000 cubic feet
$3.25
         Over 100,000 cubic feet; per 1,000 cubic feet
$1.50
         Minimum when cubic feet cannot be determined
$10.00
         $1,000 up to $100,000 when cubic feet cannot be determined; per $1,000
$3.00
         Over $100,000 when cubic feet cannot be determined; per $1,000
$1.50
         Warehouse—Cold; per 1,000 cubic feet
$1.00
         Parking lot
$25.00
         Incinerator
$25.00
         Razing
$10.00
      Electrical
         $0 - $500
$15.00
         $501 - $2,500
$15.00 + 1%
         $2,501 - $25,000
$35.00 + 0.5%
         $25,001 and up
$147.50 + 0.25%
      Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC)
         Minimum
$7.00
         Up to $100,000; per thousand
$3.00
         Over $100,000; per thousand
$1.50
      Plumbing
         Minimum
$ 15.00
         Fixture or connection to fixture, includes rough-in for future expansion; per fixture
$5.00
         Sewer and water lateral
$30.00
         Lawn sprinkler system
$7.50
CABLE TELEVISION; franchise fee
3% of gross revenue
CIGARETTE LICENSE FEE
$ 50.00
 
CITY RECORDS
   I.   Costs of Locating Documents.
   Most of the City's records are readily available or can be located in a relatively short period of time. There will be no fee imposed for locating a record upon any person who requests a record if the costs of locating the record does not exceed $50.00.
   In those cases where a record is not readily available for whatever reason and where it appears that the costs of locating a record will exceed $50.00, the official legal custodians will seek the prior written approval of the requester before proceeding. In addition, the custodians will endeavor, but will not be required, to provide an estimate of the total anticipated costs for locating the record.
   The City will determine the cost of locating a record by using the current hourly rate for employees involved in attempting to locate the record.
   II.   Reproduction Expenses.
      1.   Costs of copying and reproduction of records where equipment is available.
         A.   $.25 per page.
         B.   There will be no cost charged for clerical employees' time in photocopying fewer than 10 copies.
         C.   If more than 11 pages are to be copied, an hourly charge of $29.00/hour shall be paid in advance by the person making the request on a 1/4 hourly basis. (This is an average of the City Clerk, Treasurer, Deputy Clerk, Account Technician, and Clerical/Receptionist's salary/wage including benefits.)
         D.   If a requester requests a record which is not a document subject to normal copying (e.g., audio tape, video tape, computer disc, G.I.S. maps, etc.), the requester will be charged an hourly charge of $29.00/hour beyond the first 15 minutes, to be paid in advance, for time expended by City staff in duplicating/reproducing the record.
      2.   Costs of reproduction of records where equipment is not available within the City.
         A.   If equipment necessary for any reproduction is not available within the City, the City may rent whatever equipment is necessary to perform the function and will bill the requester for such rental fee. The cost charged will be the actual costs paid by the City to the third party vendor. Items in such a situation would include, but would not be limited to, rental charges for audio or video tape reproduction equipment, microfilm or fiche or ultra fiche reproduction equipment, assorted computer hardware and software.
         B.   At its option, the City may use an outside vendor to reproduce/duplicate the record. The requester is then charged the actual cost for this service, including any incidental charges such as mailing or delivery charges.
   III.   Disputes.
      1.   The official legal custodians of the records of the City shall report any disputes which arise under this fee schedule to the Common Council and shall recommend such modifications and revisions as they deem necessary.
   IV.   Payment of Fees.
      1.   The official legal custodians of the records of the City may require the payment of costs provided herein in advance, if exceeding $5.00.
      2.   The official legal custodians of the records of the City may, in his/her sole discretion, elect to waive the imposition of the costs provided for herein.
 
DOGS; late fee for failure to obtain license
$20.00
DOMESTIC FOWL; annual fee
$15.00
HEATING, VENTILATING, AIR CONDITIONING CONTRACTOR'S LICENSE
$10.00
PARKING
 
   Non-moving violations
 
      Parking, stopping and standing, excluding winter parking offenses*
$10.00
      Winter parking offenses*
$25.00
Overnight parking spaces
 
   Minimum
$5.00
   Maximum
$25.00
PHOTOGRAPHER; license fee
$15.00
SEWERS
 
   Building sewer permits
 
      Residential/Commercial
$5.00
      Industrial
$20.00
      Private systems; inspection fee
$20.00
   Septic tanks
 
      Septic tank waste per 1,000 gallons
$86.52
      Holding tank waste per 1,000 gallons; 1 gallon to 20,999 gallons
$14.68
   Service charges
 
      Unit costs
 
         Volume; per 1,000 gallons
$2.21
         B.O.D.; per pound
$0.68
         Suspended solids; per pound
$0.46
         Nitrogen; per pound
$1.56
         Fixed charge; per user; per month
$7.33
      Category A service charges:  Sanitary sewer users who discharge normal domestic strength wastewater
         Fixed monthly charge
$7.33
         Volume charge; per 1,000 gallons
$6.10
      Category B service charges: Sanitary sewer users who discharge wastewater with concentrations in excess of 290 mg/l of B.O.D., 340 mg/1 suspended solids, and 70 mg/l nitrogen. Users whose wastewater exceeds the concentration for any one of these parameters shall be in Category B.
         Fixed monthly charge
$7.33
         Volume charge; per 1,000 gallons
$6.10
      Category B surcharge:
 
         B.O.D. greater than 290 mg/l; per pound
$0.68
         Suspended solids greater than 340 mg/l; per pound
$0.46
         Nitrogen greater than 70 mg/l; per pound
$1.56
         Phosphorus greater than 7 mg/l; per pound
$11.33
      Category B surcharge shall be computed in accordance with the formula presented below:
         T=FQ+(V x CV) + .00834 V (B x CB) + S x CS +N x CN)
            T = Total Sewer Service Charge
            FQ = Fixed Quarterly Charge
            B = Concentration of B.O.D. in mg/1 in the wastewater about 290 mg/1
            S = Concentration of suspended solids in mg/1 in the wastewater above 340 mg/1
            N = Concentration of nitrogen in mg/1 in the wastewater above 70 mg/1
            V = Wastewater volume in 1,000 gallons
            CV = Cost per 1,000 gallons
            CB = Cost per pound of B.O.D.
            CS = Cost per pound of suspended solids
            CN = Cost per pound of nitrogen
            .00834 = Conversion Factor
         The above formula shall not be construed to give credits for a waste strength less than domestic concentrations for B.O.D., suspended solids, or nitrogen.
SIGNS
 
   All signs
$25.00
*  If either is not paid after five calendar days, a citation with a court date and further court cost will be issued.
SOLID WASTE COLLECTION AND RECYCLING* (Effective January 1, 2019 to December 31, 2019)
 
   Over 62 years of age, not more than one waste container per week
 
      Solid waste collection fee
$11.10
      Recycling collection fee
$4.15
      Landfill remediation nonlapsing account
$0.00
      Total fee
$15.25
   All other residential units
 
      Solid waste collection fee
$11.90
      Recycling fee
$4.35
      Landfill remediation nonlapsing account
$0.00
      Total fee
$16.25
TAX RETURNS; delinquent; late filing fee
$10.00
TRANSIENT MERCHANTS; registration fee
$25.00
WASTE COLLECTION/RECYCLING HAULER’S LICENSE
 
Annual fee
$50.00
Late fee for applications (and all required documentation) not submitted to the City Clerk by June 1
$50.00
WATER
 
   Service charges
 
      5/8 & ¾-inch meter
$3.50
      1-inch meter
$6.00
      1¼-inch meter
$8.00
      1½-inch meter
$10.00
      2-inch meter
$15.00
      3-inch meter
$23.00
      4-inch meter
$35.00
      6-inch meter
$53.00
      8-inch meter
$70.00
      10-inch meter
$75.00
   Metered volume charges; usage per month
 
      First 10,000 gallons; per 1,000 gallons
$1.11
      Next 20,000 gallons; per 1,000 gallons
$1.02
      Next 40,000 gallons; per 1,000 gallons
$0.96
      Next 105,000 gallons; per 1,000 gallons
$0.88
      Over 175,000 gallons; per 1,000 gallons
$0.64
   Private fire-protection service; unmetered; connection charges; monthly
 
      2-inch meter
$5.00
      3-inch meter
$9.00
      4-inch meter
$15.00
      6-inch meter
$30.00
      8-inch meter
$50.00
   General water service; unmetered volume charges; monthly
 
      Up to 4,000 gallons
$7.94
      Over 4,000 gallons
See metered volume charges
*  These monthly fees shall be prorated when the party responsible for payment commences or discontinues service and the initial or final billing period is longer or shorter than the normal monthly period.
WELLS; operation permit; 2-year; with 2 safe bacti reports paid for by the property owner
$25.00
 
(Am. Res. 1489, passed 5-21-02; Am. Res. 1494, passed 9-3-02; Am. Res. 1518, passed 9-2-03; Am. Res. 1524, passed 1-6-04; Am. Res. 1536, passed 8-17-04; Am. Ord. 873, passed 2-16-05; Am. Res. 1558, passed 8-2-05; Am. Res. 1581, passed 4-5-06; Am. Res. 1591, passed 8- 1-06; Am. Res. 1606, passed 2-7-07; Am. Res. 1615, passed 3-21-07; Am. Res. 1624, passed 7-17-07; Am. Res. 1625, passed 7-17-07; Am. Res. 1633, passed 12-18-07; Am. Res. 1651, passed 7-21-08; Am. Res. 1670, passed 7-21-09; Am. Res. 1671, passed 8-18-09; Am. Res. 1672, passed 9-1-09; Am. Res. 1676, passed 11-3-09; Am. Ord. 957, passed 9- 21-10; Am. Res. 1724, passed 9-20-11; Am. Res. 1735, passed 7-17-12; Am. Res. 1736, passed 7-17-12; Am. Res. 1747, passed 5-21-13; Am. Res. 1750, passed 7-16-13; Am. Res. 1767, passed 7-15-14; Am. Res. 1769, passed 10-7-14; Am. Res. 1785, passed 7-21-14; Am. Res. 1786, passed 8-4-15; Am. Res. 1801, passed 10-3-16; Am. Res. 1803, passed 10-18-16; Am. Res. 1819, passed 6-6-17; Am. Res. 1824, passed 8-7-17; Am. Res. 1843, passed 8-7-18; Am. Res. 1844, passed 8-7-18; Am. Res. 1845, passed 9-4-18; Am. Res. 1862, passed 8-19-19; Am. Res. 1863, passed 8-19-19; Am. Res. 1864, passed 8-19-19)