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PREFACE
ARTICLE I GENERAL PROVISIONS*
ARTICLE II DEFINITIONS*
ARTICLE III GENERAL RULES*
ARTICLE IIIa ADVISORY COUNCIL FOR AGING AND INDEPENDENCE SERVICES*
ARTICLE IIIb COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO IN-HOME SUPPORTIVE SERVICES PUBLIC AUTHORITY*
ARTICLE IIIc PAST GRAND JURORS ASSOCIATION IMPLEMENTATION REVIEW COMMITTEE*
ARTICLE IIIj AFFIRMATIVE ACTION PROGRAM*
ARTICLE IIIk AFFIRMATIVE ACTION PROGRAM FOR VENDORS*
ARTICLE III l AFFIRMATIVE ACTION ADVISORY BOARD*
ARTICLE IIIm AFFIRMATIVE ACTION PROGRAM -- EMPLOYMENT*
ARTICLE IIIn SAN DIEGO COUNTY COMMITTEE FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES*
ARTICLE IIIo COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO CHILD ABUSE PREVENTION COORDINATING COUNCIL*
ARTICLE IIIp FIRST 5 COMMISSION OF SAN DIEGO*
ARTICLE IIIq SAN DIEGO COUNTY BUSINESS PRACTICES REVIEW COMMITTEE*
ARTICLE IIIr REGIONAL SECURITY COMMISSION*
ARTICLE IIIs NORTH COUNTY GANG COMMISSION*
ARTICLE IIIt POLINSKY CHILDREN’S CENTER ADVISORY BOARD*
ARTICLE IIIu SAN DIEGO SEX OFFENDER MANAGEMENT COUNCIL*
ARTICLE IIIv CHILD AND FAMILY STRENGTHENING ADVISORY BOARD*
ARTICLE IV SAN DIEGO COUNTY COMMISSION ON THE STATUS OF WOMEN AND GIRLS*
ARTICLE IV-A ASSESSOR / RECORDER / COUNTY CLERK*
ARTICLE IV-B ASSESSMENT APPEALS BOARD*
ARTICLE IV-C ASSESSMENT HEARING OFFICER*
ARTICLE V AUDITOR AND CONTROLLER*
ARTICLE V-A PROCESSING AND CERTIFICATION OF ROUTINE CLAIMS*
ARTICLE VI BOUNDARY CHANGES*
ARTICLE VII BUDGET AND FINANCIAL PROCEDURES AND APPROPRIATION, REVENUE AND STAFFING LIMITATIONS*
ARTICLE VIIa TEMPORARY TRANSFERS OF FUNDS TO SPECIFIED AGENCIES WITHIN THE COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO*
ARTICLE VIII CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER*
ARTICLE IX OFFICE OF COUNTY COUNSEL*
ARTICLE X CLAIMS AGAINST THE COUNTY*
ARTICLE X-A CLERK OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS*
ARTICLE XI DEPARTMENT OF THE CHIEF MEDICAL EXAMINER*
ARTICLE XII COUNTY CLERK*
ARTICLE XII-A COUNTY LIBRARIAN*
ARTICLE XII-B DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE - WEIGHTS AND MEASURES*
ARTICLE XII-C CITY/COUNTY TASK FORCE ON AGRICULTURAL/URBAN ISSUES AND PESTICIDES*
ARTICLE XII-D DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN RESOURCES*
ARTICLE XII-E PESTICIDE TASK FORCE*
ARTICLE XII-F COUNTY COMMUNICATIONS OFFICE**
ARTICLE XIII-A DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE AND RECOVERY*
ARTICLE XIII-B DEPARTMENT OF ANIMAL SERVICES*
ARTICLE XIV JUVENILE DELINQUENCY PREVENTION COMMISSION*
ARTICLE XV HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY*
ARTICLE XV-AA SAN DIEGO COUNTY EYE GNAT ABATEMENT APPEALS BOARD*
ARTICLE XV-A SAN DIEGO COUNTY ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH AND QUALITY ADVISORY BOARD*
ARTICLE XV-B HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES CHARGES AND FEES*
ARTICLE XV-C GENERAL RELIEF PROGRAM*
ARTICLE XVI CHILD CARE AND DEVELOPMENT PLANNING COUNCIL*
ARTICLE XVI-A ADVISORY BOARDS*
ARTICLE XVI-B SAN DIEGO COUNTY ANIMAL CONTROL ADVISORY COMMITTEE*
ARTICLE XVI-C SAN DIEGO COUNTY FISH AND WILDLIFE ADVISORY COMMISSION*
ARTICLE XVI-D SAN DIEGO COUNTY PARKS ADVISORY COMMITTEE*
ARTICLE XVI-E LANDSCAPE MAINTENANCE DISTRICT ZONE NO. 2 - JULIAN ADVISORY COMMITTEE*
ARTICLE XVII SAN DIEGO COUNTY FOSTER CARE SERVICES COMMITTEE*
ARTICLE XVII-A SAN DIEGO COUNTY CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS QUINCENTENARY COMMISSION*
ARTICLE XVII-B SAN DIEGO COUNTY HUMAN RELATIONS COMMISSION*
ARTICLE XVII-C EQUAL OPPORTUNITY MANAGEMENT OFFICE*
ARTICLE XVII-D WHISTLE BLOWER PROTECTION PROCEDURE; ESTABLISHMENT OF THE SAN DIEGO COUNTY WHISTLE BLOWER COMMISSION*
ARTICLE XVII-E SAN DIEGO COUNTY TECHNOLOGY OFFICE*
ARTICLE XVII-F
ARTICLE XVIII CITIZENS LAW ENFORCEMENT REVIEW BOARD*
ARTICLE XVIIIa GRAZING ADVISORY BOARD*
ARTICLE XIX ADULT INSTITUTIONS*
ARTICLE XIXa YOUTH CORRECTION CENTER*
ARTICLE XX FEES AND CHARGES*
ARTICLE XXA JUVENILE FACILITIES*
ARTICLE XXI INTERGOVERNMENTAL REPRESENTATION*
ARTICLE XXIa RULES OF CONDUCT AND PROCEDURE FOR PLANNING AND ZONING PROCESS*
ARTICLE XXIb PLANNING AND ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW BOARD*
ARTICLE XXII DEPARTMENT OF PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT SERVICES*
ARTICLE XXIIa OFFICE OF THE PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR AND PUBLIC GUARDIAN*
ARTICLE XXIIb DEPARTMENT OF GENERAL SERVICES*
ARTICLE XXIIc DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION SERVICES*
ARTICLE XXIII DEPARTMENT OF PURCHASING AND CONTRACTING*
ARTICLE XXIIIa RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK*
ARTICLE XXIV PARK AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT*
ARTICLE XXIV-A REGISTRAR OF VOTERS*
ARTICLE XXV SHERIFF*
ARTICLE XXVI DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS*
ARTICLE XXVIa OUT-OF-COUNTY/IN-COUNTY BUSINESS*
ARTICLE XXVId LIMITATIONS ON MAKING GIFTS AND PROVIDING MEALS OR BEVERAGES*
ARTICLE XXVIe REIMBURSEMENTS AND ALLOWANCES*
ARTICLE XXVII BOARD OF SUPERVISORS*
ARTICLE XXVIII COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO CONFLICT OF INTEREST CODE*
ARTICLE XXVIIIa CODE OF ETHICS*
ARTICLE XXVIIId CONFLICT OF INTEREST INVOLVING FUNDING OF NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS*
ARTICLE XXIX [ORDINANCES REPEALED]*
ARTICLE XXX DEPARTMENT OF CHILD SUPPORT SERVICES*
ARTICLE XXXI PUBLIC IMPROVEMENT AND ASSESSMENT PROCEEDINGS*
ARTICLE XXXII CABLE TELEVISION REVIEW COMMISSION*
ARTICLE XXXIII COUNTY HEARING OFFICER*
ARTICLE XXXIV COMMUNITY REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY*
ARTICLE XXXV NOISE CONTROL HEARING BOARD*
ARTICLE XXXVI LITIGATION*
ARTICLE XXXVII DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC DEFENDER*
ARTICLE XXXVIII DEPARTMENT OF ALTERNATE DEFENSE COUNSEL*
ARTICLE XXXVIII-A DEPARTMENT OF ALTERNATE PUBLIC DEFENDER*
ARTICLE XXXIX DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT*
ARTICLE XXXIX-A SAN DIEGO COUNTY HOUSING, INDUSTRIAL AND FINANCE REVIEW COMMITTEE*
ARTICLE XXXIX-B MOBILE HOME ISSUES COMMITTEE*
ARTICLE XL SAN DIEGO COUNTY PALOMAR AIRPORT ADVISORY COMMITTEE*
ARTICLE XLI REMOVAL OF STRIKING EMPLOYEES*
ARTICLE XLI-A COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY*
ARTICLE XLII SAN DIEGO COUNTY INTERNATIONAL TRADE COMMISSION*
ARTICLE XLIII SAN DIEGO COUNTY ADMINISTRATION CENTER (CAC) PARKING LOT AD HOC COMMITTEE*
ARTICLE XLIV SAN DIEGO COUNTY REGIONAL GROWTH AND PLANNING REVIEW TASK FORCE*
ARTICLE XLV TECHNICAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE ON HEALTH SERVICES MANAGEMENT*
ARTICLE XLVI SAN DIEGO COUNTY REGIONAL ADVISORY BOARD ON AIDS/HIV*
ARTICLE XLVII SAN DIEGO COUNTY TECHNICAL COMMITTEE ON WATER SUPPLY AND CONSERVATION*
ARTICLE XLVIII SAN DIEGO COUNTY MILITARY AND VETERANS ADVISORY COUNCIL*
ARTICLE XLIX SANTA FE VALLEY WORKING GROUP*
ARTICLE L THE TREASURER-TAX COLLECTOR ELIGIBILITY AND EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS*
ARTICLE LI SAN DIEGO COUNTYWIDE MOBILEHOME TASK FORCE*
ARTICLE LIII SAN DIEGO COUNTY EMEK HEFER SISTER COUNTY COMMISSION*
ARTICLE LIV SAN DIEGO COUNTY SOLID WASTE HEARING PANEL*
ARTICLE LV SAN DIEGO COUNTY HEALTH SERVICES ADVISORY BOARD*
ARTICLE LVI SAN DIEGO COUNTY ALCOHOL AND DRUG ADVISORY BOARD*
ARTICLE LVII DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH AND QUALITY*
ARTICLE LIX SAN DIEGO COUNTY SOCIAL SERVICES ADVISORY BOARD*
ARTICLE LX SAN DIEGO COUNTY PUBLIC WORKS ADVISORY BOARD*
ARTICLE LXI SAN DIEGO COUNTY FALLBROOK AIRPARK ADVISORY COMMITTEE*
ARTICLE LXII OFFICE OF EMERGENCY SERVICES*
ARTICLE LXIII PUBLIC SAFETY REALIGNMENT OF 2011*
CODE COMPARATIVE TABLE
STATE LAW REFERENCE TABLE
San Diego County Code of Regulatory Ordinances
San Diego County Comprehensive Ordinances
San Diego County Board of Supervisors Policy Manual
SEC. 65.107. FEES.
   The fee for each permit, plan review, license or registration issued or investigation performed pursuant to the provisions of this division is set forth herewith:
      (a)   FOOD FACILITY PERMIT FEES: As required by Part 7 (Commencing with Section 113700) of Division 104 of the California Health and Safety Code, California Retail Food Code.
   (1)   Restaurant Annual Permits:
      1 to 10 employees:   $753
      11 to 25 employees:   $891
      26 to 100 employees:    $1,059
      101 or more employees:    $1,930
      Each food preparation area at a restaurant type food facility in excess of three (3) at the same location:    $588
   (2)   Low-Risk Food Facility (as defined in section 61.102) and Restricted Food Service Facilities (as defined in the California Health and Safety Code section 113893) Annual Permit. For those sites with lodging, additional housing fees apply:    $525
   (3)   Miscellaneous Food Facilities Facility (as defined in section 61.102) Annual Permit:    $170
   (4)   Prepackaged Retail Markets Food Facility (may also include prepackaged retail markets that make ice and dispense non-potentially hazardous beverages), Annual Permits:   $218
   (5)   Wholesale Food Warehouse Annual Permits:
      Warehouse (1-19,999 square feet):   $557
      Warehouse (20,000 square feet and greater):    $698
   (6)   Satellite Food Service Operation (operating in accordance with the California Health and Safety Code sections 113899 and 114067) Annual Permit:   $123
   (7)   Multiple Kitchen Complex Operation (as defined in section 61.102) (Note: Additional tenant fees are based on the type of food facility operated), Annual Permits:
      0 - 9,999 square feet:   $147
      10,000 square feet and over:   $191
   (8)   Retail Market with up to three delicatessens and/or other food preparation areas on the same premises, Annual Permits:
      1 to 10 employees:    $867
      11+ employees:   $1,128
      Each delicatessen and/or food preparation area at a retail market in excess of three (3) at the same location:   $500
   (9)   Retail Food Processing Facility Annual Permit:   $698
   (10)   Full Service Catering Facility and Direct Sales Catering Annual Permit:   $640
   (11)   School Food Processing Facility Annual Permit:   $404
   (12)   School Food Auxiliary Facility Annual Permit:   $291
   (13)   Licensed Health Care Facility Annual Permit:   $708
   (14)   Temporary Food Facility that operates at a fixed location for the duration of a community event (as defined in California Health and Safety Code Section 113755), or a Temporary Food Facility that operates at a single fixed Swap Meet Location without a Temporary Event Organizer (as defined in California Health and Safety Code sections 113930 and 114335(a)).
      (Note:  Non-profit operators of temporary food facilities and non-profit community event organizers are exempt from the fee at a community event for not more than two [2] events in a calendar year.  This exemption does not apply to the late application submittal fees):
      Single Location Swap Meet Vendor - Single Event Permit:   $92
      Prepackaged Foods/Limited Beverage Service - Single Event Permit:    $128
      Prepackaged Foods/Limited Beverage Service - Annual Permit:    $332
      Unpackaged Foods - Single Event Permit:   $224
      Unpackaged Foods (with approved commissary or other approved facility and food safety certification if handling potentially hazardous foods) - Annual Permit:    $645
      Temporary Food Facility Event Organizer - Single Event Permit:    $337
      Temporary Food Facility Event Organizer - Annual Permit (Identical Event held at same location):    $612
   (15)   Certified Farmers Market Annual Permits:
      Certified Farmers Market:    $439
      Certified Farmers Market Events with adjacent Temporary Food Facilities (organizer in control of certified farmers market is same as organizer in control of temporary food facilities):    $733
   (16)   Fisherman's Market Annual Permit:   $1,050
   (17)   Food Demonstrator (portioning or sampling of food made and served at an approved permanent food facility):
      Single Event Permit:    $128
      Annual Permit:    $332
   (18)   Late application submittal or modification for all temporary food facilities and organizers of community events, certified farmers markets, and food demonstrators.  Supplemental fee paid in addition to required fee if application submittal and/or modifications are submitted less than 14 days prior to the event. Modifications include, but are not limited to, correcting incomplete applications, or changes menu, participating vendors, warewashing facilities, etc.:    $159
   (19)   Vending Machine or Prepackaged Food Facility Commissary Annual Permit:   $349
   (20)   Unpackaged Mobile Food or Food Preparation Commissary Annual Permit:     $420
   (21)   Mobile Food Facility or Mobile Support Unit (as defined in California Health & Safety Code Section 113818) under the same ownership and operating out of the same facility, Annual Permits:
      Packaged Lunch Truck (may include dispensing coffee made at an approved commissary):     $218
      Mobile Support Unit:    $222
      Carts and Vehicles: Prepackaged foods/ice cream/produce/tamale carts:     $196
      Limited Food Preparation (one limited food preparation cart and one auxiliary unit):     $465
      Single Operating Site Mobile Food Facility (as defined in California Health & Safety Code Section 113831 (b) and 114306) with up to two limited food preparation carts out of no more than four:    $558
      Single Operating Site Mobile Food Facility (as defined in California Health & Safety Code Section 113831 (b) and 114306) with three to four limited food preparation carts:      $684
      Mobile Food Facility with full food preparation:    $685
   (22)   Vending Machine dispensing milk, ice cream or milk products or other kinds of potentially hazardous foods or beverages, or dispensing unbottled or uncanned liquid foods or beverages, except vending machines which dispense unwrapped non-potentially hazardous, non-liquid food products, Annual Permit:
      Hourly rate as specified in subsection (m)(6).  For every 10 units or any part thereof, ½ hour will be assessed.
   (23)   Boat Annual Permit:    $342
   (24)   Cottage Food Operations:
      Class A - Initial Annual Registration with up to 10 food label reviews:     $201
      Class A - Annual Registration Renewal:    $81
      Class B - Initial Annual Permit with up to 10 food label reviews:    $458
      Class B - Annual Permit Renewal:   $316
      Class A or B - Additional Label Review:  Hourly rate as specified in subsection (m)(6). Minimum 1/2 hour.
   (25)   Microenterprise Home Kitchen Operation:
      Initial Annual Permit:     $588
      Annual Permit Renewal:     $294
      Updated SOP Review (after annual permit has been issued):    Hourly rate as specified in subsection (m)(6).
   (26)   Limited Service Charitable Feeding Operation (operating in accordance with Sections 113819 and 114333 of the California Retail Food Code):
      Small Volume Annual Registration:    $294
      Prepackaged Annual Registration:     $294
(b)   HOUSING PERMIT FEES — APARTMENT HOUSE OR HOTEL: As required by Chapter 9 of Title 6 of the San Diego County Code of Regulatory Ordinances commencing with Section 66.901:
   (1)   Annual Permit for Apartment House or Hotel base fee:    $150
   (2)   For every 10 units or any part thereof, in addition to the base fee:    $19
(c)   PUBLIC POOL PERMIT FEES: As required by Chapter 3 of the San Diego County Code of Regulatory Ordinances commencing with Section 67.301.
   Annual permit fees:
   (1)   One (1) body of water:    $349
   (2)   Two (2) bodies of water:    $432
   (3)   Three (3) bodies of water:    $640
   (4)   Four (4) bodies of water:    $700
   (5)   Five (5) bodies of water:    $771
   (6)   Additional fee for each body of water in excess of five (5):    $139
   (7)   Dormant body of water:    $112
   (8)   Activity Pool/Spray Grounds/Interactive Features (per feature/pool):     $496
(d)   ENFORCEMENT/INVESTIGATION FEES:
   (1)   Fee for reopen, regrade, or reinspection of a facility or an unscheduled investigation of any facility (per hour fee):  Hourly rate as specified in subsection (m)(6) or (m)(7).
   (2)   Administrative office hearing:  Four times the Hourly rate:  Hourly rate as specified in subsection (m)(6).
   (3)   Suspension or revocation hearing:  Six times the Hourly rate as specified in subsection (m)(6).
   (4)   Sherman Act food investigation in accordance with Sections 113980, 114089, and 114094 of the California Retail Food Code, with a confirmed violation: Hourly rate as specified in subsection (m)(6).
   (5)   Foodborne illness and/or recall investigation for activities without a current food facility permit issued by the Department:  Hourly rate as specified in subsection (m)(6).
   (6)   Penalty fee for operating a retail food facility without the required health permit:  See Section 65.103(b).
   (7)   The Department’s costs to investigate a complaint of non-compliance at any facility operation required by this Title to obtain a health permit, and the Department’s costs to verify return to compliance not otherwise recovered through a reinspection fee, only if the complaint is substantially validated:  payable by and invoiced to the facility operator:  Hourly rate as specified in subsection (m)(6).
(e)   PLAN CHECK FEES:
   (1)   Pool Plan Review, as provided for in Section 67.301.
      (a)   One (1) body of water:   $1,524
      (b)   Additional fee for each body of water in excess of one (1):    $524
      (c)   Supplemental Fee for special purpose pools and perimeter overflow system pools (includes activity pools, spray grounds, pools > 3,000 square feet, and interactive water features):    $1,241
      (d)   Minor Remodel of one (1) body of water:   $313
      (e)   Additional fee for a Minor Remodel of each body of water over one (1) (if with concurrent inspections for all bodies of water):   $168
      (f)   Renovation for each one (1) body of water:   $512
      (g)   Remodel for each one (1) body of water:   $977
      (h)   Additional fee for each construction inspection of a body of water that is not conducted concurrently with another Body of Water on the same project:  Hourly rate as specified in subsection (m)(6).
      (i)   Plan check review and related consultations, when construction was initiated prior to the approval of plans by both the Department and the local agency with authority over building plans: Hourly rate as specified in subsection (m)(6).
   (2)   Food Facility Plan Review as provided for in Section 61.106:
      (a)   0-1,999 Square Feet (up to three preparation areas):    $1,263
      (b)   2,000-5,999 Square Feet (up to three preparation areas):     $1,624
      (c)   6,000- 9,999 Square Feet (up to three preparation areas):     $2,733
      (d)   10,000 Square Feet and over (one preparation area):     $2,978
      (e)   Each additional food preparation area after three sites for 0-9,999 square feet, and after one site for sites 10,000 square feet or greater:     $571
   (3)   Prepackaged Food Facility or Wholesale Food Warehouse Plan Review as provided for in California Health and Safety Code section 114289:
      (a)   0-7,999 Square Feet:   $631
      (b)   8,000 Square Feet and over:   $731
   (4)   Multiple Kitchen Complex Plan Review:     $948
   (5)   Food Facility Minor Remodel Plan Review:   $516
   (6)   Mobile Food Facility Plan Check/Mobile Food Support Unit:   $387
   (7)   Food Facility Plan Revision as provided for in Section 61.106:   $347
   (8)   Pool Facility Major Remodel Plan Revision and Body of Water as Built Plan as provided for in Section 67.302.5:   $347
   (9)   Restamping, Body of Water Minor Remodel Plan Revision, Body of Water Plan Revision, or Approval of Non-Health Regulated Building Plans as required by other governmental agencies:   $155
   (10)   Miscellaneous Facilities Plan Review
      (a)   Body Art Plan Review as regulated under 66.305 (Body Art Facility):    $451
      (b)   Massage Plan Review as regulated under 66.513 (Massage Establishment):    $447
      (c)   Other Miscellaneous Facilities as regulated under Section 66.606 (Bath Houses) or for other miscellaneous establishments where a plan review is required.    $412
   (11)   Expedited Plan Review: Two times the plan check fee.
   (12)   Expedited Plan Check Inspection: 1½ times the hourly rate specified in subsection (m)(6), minimum two hours.
   (13)   Food Plan Check Office Consultation:    $141
   (14)   Food Plan Check Field Consultation:     $311
   (15)   Pool Plan Check Office Consultation:     $153
   (16)   Pool Plan Check Field Consultation:     $306
   (17)   Body Art Plan Check Office Consultation:     $154
   (18)   Body Art Plan Check Field Consultation:    $308
   (19)   Massage Plan Check Office Consultation:     $154
   (20)   Massage Plan Check Field Consultation:     $308
   (21)   Investigation of work without a permit.  Whenever a food facility or pool is built, modified or remodeled without first submitting an application for the required permit/plan review, a special investigation shall be made before a permit may be issued for such work. The fee for this investigation will be in addition to the permit fee.    $306
(f)   MISCELLANEOUS PROGRAM FEES:
   (1)   Massage Establishment Annual Permit:     $204
   (2)   Body Art Facility Annual Permit:    $374
      Body Art Practitioner Annual Registration:      $128
      Body Art Temporary Event Sponsor:     $610
      Body Art Temporary Event Booth:    $71
      Body Art Temporary Event Late or Modified Application Fee (Supplemental fee paid in addition to required fee if application submittal is less than 14 days prior to the event and/or if any modifications are made to the submitted application less than 14 days prior to the event.)   $208
      Body Art Reinspection Fee (assessed if repeated noncompliance makes reinspection necessary): Hourly rate as specified in subsection (m)(6).
      Notification fee for single-use-needle mechanical ear-piercing only facilities:    $45
   (3)   Organized Camps Permits
      Seasonal:     $676
      Year Round:     $1,269
   (4)   Public Bath House Annual Permit:    $981
   (5)   Food Handler per Section 61.102.
      Education Certificate Food Handler (each certificate):     $3
      Food Handler Training Booklets:    $0.40
      Food Manager Training Packet:    $2
   (6)   Services to food handler training providers: hourly rates as stated in subsection (m)(5) and (m)(6) of this section, for time expended.
   (7)   Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP) Plan Review (in accordance with the California Health and Safety Code section 114419): Hourly rate as specified in subsection (m)(6).
(g)   LAND USE FEES:
   Duration of fees:
   With the exception of well permits, renewable permits and deposit accounts, permits are valid for one year from the date of approval.  Well permit applications are valid for 120 days from the date of approval.  Renewable permits expire one year from the date they are issued.  The permit for sewage pumping vehicles shall expire on December 31 of each year; refer to Section 65.104 on the renewal of licenses, permits, or registrations for additional information.  Deposit accounts will remain active until the project is completed and all billing has been paid. See subsection (m)(6) of this section for billing rates.
   (1)    Recycled Water Plan Check Fees, as provided for in Section 67.521(d): Hourly rate as specified in subsection (m)(6).
   (2)   Recycled Water Shutdown Test, as provided for in Section 67.523: Hourly rate as specified in subsection (m)(6).
   (3)   Well Permit Application, as provided for in Section 67.441.B
      Domestic Well:    $633
      Public Water Supply Well:   $1,318
      Well Destruction:   $337
      Well Water Permit Time Extension:    $52
   (4)   Collected Water Sample from Private Well:    $336
   (5)   Layouts/Percolation Test, as provided for in Section 68.361:
      New Construction:    $1,129
      Additions/Pools:   $951
      Layout/Percolation Test Time Extension:    $479
      Layout over the counter, no field investigation:   $124
   (6)   Onsite Wastewater System permit, as provided for in Section 68.326:
      Conventional Onsite Wastewater System Inspection:   $473
      Conventional Onsite Wastewater System Re-Inspection:   $188
      Conventional Onsite Wastewater System Repair Inspection:    $466
      Treated Onsite Wastewater System Installation Inspection:   $1,043
      Treated Onsite Wastewater System Major Repair Inspection:   $1,043
      Treated Onsite Wastewater System Annual Operating Permit, as provided for in Section 68.334:   $383
      Onsite Wastewater System Enforcement Fee, as provided for in Section 68.336: Hourly rate as specified in subsection (m)(6), minimum two hours.
   (7)   Lot Line Adjustment/Certificate of Compliance/Conditional Certificate of Compliance, up to four lots as provided for in Sections 81.901 et seq./81.1103/81.1104, field investigation needed:   $1,118
   (8)   Lot Line Adjustment/Certificate of Compliance/Conditional Certificate of Compliance over the counter, no field investigation:    $183
   (9)   Graywater System Permits
      Plan Review - with field check, as provided for in Section 68.361:   $521
      Installation Inspections, as provided for in Section 68.361:   $453
      Re-Inspection fee, as provided for in Section 68.361:   $204
   (10)   Complaint response.  Department costs to investigate a complaint and to verify return to compliance not otherwise recovered through a reinspection fee, only if the complaint is substantially validated:  Hourly rate as specified in subsection (m)(6).
   (11)   Sewage Pumper Examination Fee, as provided for in Section 68.602:   $92
   (12)   Sewage Pumper Base Registration Fee, as provided for in Section 68.604(a):   $185
   (13)   Sewage Pumping Vehicle (each), as provided for in Section 68.604(b):    $136
   (14)   Sewage Pumping Vehicle complaint response.  Department costs to investigate a complaint of non-compliance by a sewage pumping vehicle, and Department costs to verify return to compliance not otherwise recovered through a reinspection fee, only if the complaint is substantially validated:  Hourly rate as specified in subsection (m)(6).
   (15)   Grading Plan, Major, as provided for in Section 87.204:   $420
   (16)   Deposit for a Special Projects Application review as provided for in Section 68.361. (Initial deposit, additional funds at the hourly rate may be required for full cost recovery):   $1,235
   (17)   Deposit for a Tentative Map as provided for in Section 81.201 et seq. (Initial deposit, additional funds at the hourly rate may be required for full cost recovery):    $3,195
   (18)   Deposit for Tentative Parcel Map on septic or sewer as provided for in Section 81.201 et seq.  (Initial deposit, additional funds at the hourly rate may be required for full cost recovery):   $1,698
   (19)   Deposit for Major Use Permits, Standard Application review as provided for in Section 68.361 (Initial deposit, additional funds at the hourly rate may be required for full cost recovery):   $1,445
   (20)   Major Use Permit Modification/Minor Deviation as provided for in Section 68.361.    $737
   (21)   Discretionary Project Review as provided for in Section 68.361:   $616
   (22)   Administrative Permit Standard Application as provided for in Section 68.361.    $783
   (23)   Major Project Pre-application Conference as provided for in Section 68.361.   $790
   (24)   Pre-application Conference as provided for in Section 68.361.    $269
   (25)   Site Plan Application as provided for in Section 68.361.    $577
(h)   MONITORING WELLS FEES:
   (1)   Monitoring Wells/Soil Boring (permits)
      Borings:
      Initial Soil Boring:    $248
      Each Additional Soil Boring at a single site:     $66
   (2)   Monitoring Wells (Ground Water/Vadose Wells/Cathodic Protection Wells)
      Initial Monitoring Well:     $371
      Each Additional Monitoring Well at a single site:     $238
   (3)   Monitoring Well Destruction
      Initial Monitoring Well Destruction:     $250
      Each Additional Monitoring Well Destruction at a single site:    $153
   (4)   Monitoring Well Re-inspection Fee (per site).    $259
   (5)   Extension of Permit:    $54
   (6)   Soil Vapor Survey (per site):    $408
   (7)   Investigative Fee.  For work done without a permit for which a permit is required or work done that is not in compliance with an approved permit: 100% of the permit cost.
   (8)   Miscellaneous Monitoring Well Program Fee. Includes Monitoring Well Program activities where no fee is specifically indicated. Charge is at the hourly rate as specified in subsections (m)(5) and (m)(6).
   (9)   Deposit for a preliminary risk assessment where no fee is specifically indicated. (Includes oversight and investigation of contaminated ground water/soil and other technical assistance): Minimum charge, ten hours at the hourly rate as specified in subsection (m)(6). Initial deposit, additional funds at the hourly rate may be required for full cost recovery.
(i)   SMALL WATER SYSTEM FEES:
NOTE: Small Water Systems currently permitted and regulated by the County will be transitioned to State regulation by the end of County Fiscal Year 2021-22, likely on a staggered basis as the State builds capacity in this region. Systems still under County jurisdiction when the fees set below become due must pay the specified fees to the County. Revenue from these fees will be allocated between the County and the State pursuant to State law. The County will not retain any revenues in excess of its actual costs to administer this program prior to its transition to the State.
   (1)   Small Water Systems New Permit Application Fee: as provided for in California Health and Safety Code, Sections 101325, 116340, 116570, 116595. Initial deposit, additional funds at the hourly rate may be required for full cost recovery.    $1,080
   (2)   Public Water System Change of Ownership/Permit Amendment/ Exemption/ Plan Review/Variance/Waiver Processing Fee, as provided for in California Health and Safety Code, Sections 101325, 116340, 116595. Initial deposit, additional funds at the hourly rate may be required for full cost recovery.    $540
   (3)   Public Water System Annual Drinking Water Operating Fee: as provided for in California Health and Safety Code, Sections 101325,116565, 116595.
      Treated Community Water System:    $3,520
      Community Water System:   $2,978
      Treated Transient, Non-Community Water System:   $2,666
      Transient, Non-Community Water System:    $2,108
      Treated Non-Transient, Non-Community Water System:   $3,153
      Non-Transient, Non-Community Water System:    $2,692
   (4)   State Small Water System
      Annual Drinking Water Operating Permit Fee, as provided in California Health and Safety Code, Sections 101325, 116340:   $1,346
   (5)   Enforcement fee, as provided for in California Health and Safety Code, Section 116595:
      Charged using the hourly rate specified in subsection (m)(6), for any of the following:
      (a)   Preparing, issuing, and monitoring compliance with, an order or a citation.
      (b)   Preparing and issuing public notification.
      (c)   Conducting a hearing pursuant to Section 116625.
(j)   SOLID WASTE FEES: Solid Waste fees as provided in Sections 43213, 43508 and 44006, Division 30, of the Public Resources Code.
   Annual Permit Fees:
   (1)    Municipal Solid Waste Landfills (active):
      Large - Permitted to receive more than 500 tons per day   $50,472
      Small - Permitted to receive 500 tons or less per day   $26,103
   (2)   Transfer/Processing Facilities and Operations:
      (a)   Extra Major Large -  Sites that require twelve inspections per year:    $20,714
         Large Volume Transfer/Processing Facility (permitted to receive/process more than 3,000 tons per day)
      (b)   Major Large - Sites that require twelve inspections per year:     $16,353
         Large Volume Transfer/Process Facility (permitted to receive/process more than 1,000 tons per day)
      (c)   Minor Large - Sites that require twelve inspections per year:    $12,176
         Large Volume Transfer/Process Facility (permitted to receive/process more than 100 and up to 1,000 tons per day)
         Inert Debris Processing Facility (more than 1,500 tons per day)
      (d)   Medium  - Sites that require twelve inspections per year:    $7,983
         Medium Volume Transfer/Processing Facility (permitted to receive/process equal to or more than 15 tons (or 60 cubic yards, whichever is greater) but less than 100 tons per day)
         Medium Volume CDI Debris Processing Facility
         Medium Volume C&D Wood Debris Chipping and Grinding Facility
         Inert Debris Processing Facility
         Large Volume C&D Wood Debris Chipping and Grinding Facility
      (e)   Limited/Small - Sites that require four inspections per year:    $2,638
         Limited Volume Transfer/Processing Operation (less than 15 tons or 60 cubic yards (whichever is greater)
         Small Volume CDI Debris Processing Operation
         Small Volume C&D Wood Debris Chipping and Grinding Operation
         Inert Debris Type A Only Processing Operation
      (f)   Limited/Small - Sites that require two inspections per year:    $1,768
         Limited Volume Transfer/Processing Operation (less than 15 tons or 60 cubic yards (whichever is greater)
      (g)   Sealed Container Transfer Operations  - Sites that require one inspection per year:    $776
         Operation where solid wastes remain at all times within unopened containers on-site and are not stored for more than 96 hours
      (h)   Recycling Center - Sites that require one inspection per year:    $776
         CDI Recycling Center
         Inert Debris Recycling Center
   (3)   Large Volume CDI Waste Disposal Facility - Sites that require twelve inspections per year:    $12,176
   (4)   Inert Debris Type A Disposal Facility - Sites that require twelve inspections per year:    $7,983
   (5)   Inert Debris Engineered Fill Operation - Sites that require four inspections per year:    $2,683
   (6)   Compostable Materials Handling Facilities and Operations:
      (a)   Full Permit - Sites that require twelve inspections per year:     $10,054
      (b)   Registration Permit Tier or Enforcement Agency Notification --  Sites that require twelve inspections per year:     $9,768
      (c)   Registration Permit Tier or Enforcement Agency Notification -- Sites that require four inspections per year:     $3,334
      (d)   Enforcement Agency Notification - Sites that require two inspections per year:   $1,768
      (e)   Registration Permit Tier or Enforcement Agency Notification -- Sites that require one inspection per year:     $776
   (7)   Closed Sites Annual Fees:
      (a)   Monthly - Sites that require twelve (12) inspections per year:   $26,946
      (b)   Quarterly Large Landfills - Sites that require four (4) inspections per year:    $7,999
      (c)   Quarterly Burnsites/Small Landfills - Sites that require four (4) inspections per year:   $4,293
      (d)   Annual - Sites that require one inspection per year:   $997
   Other Solid Waste Fees:
   (8)   Solid waste handling fees - All solid waste handlers within the jurisdiction of the County of San Diego LEA shall remit $0.19 per ton of solid waste handled.
      (a)   Exclusion: The fee shall not be assessed to solid waste handlers if it can be demonstrated to the satisfaction of the County of San Diego Local Enforcement Agency (LEA) that the waste was recycled and/or diverted from the solid waste stream. Additionally, this fee will not be assessed to solid waste handlers for each ton of waste for which it can be demonstrated to the satisfaction of the LEA that the fee was collected at a disposal site within the jurisdiction of County of San Diego LEA.
      (b)   All solid waste handlers within the jurisdiction of the County of San Diego LEA that receive revenue or income or charge fees for handling the solid waste shall maintain records and report waste handling information to the LEA in a manner or on a form provided by the LEA quarterly on or before May 1, August 1, November 1, and February 1 respectively and the records used to prepare these reports shall be maintained for a minimum of three (3) years. These records shall be made available for inspection by the LEA upon request during normal business hours.
      (c)   For purposes of this section, "solid waste handlers" means any person, agency or business that collects, transports, stores, transfers, disposes, or processes solid waste within the jurisdiction of the County of San Diego LEA.
   (9)   LEA Review of Required Submissions
      LEA processing of application or notification materials for a solid waste facility permit or other allowed operating status, and processing of related informal submissions by project proponents inquiring concerning a solid waste facility permit or a potential permit modification or revision, and review and processing of any required technical reports or proposed plans related to solid waste management activity or the correction of illegal or unpermitted activity.  This includes but is not limited to the costs of reviewing closure plans and evidence of financial ability.  To be paid by the applicant or project proponent, based on LEA time expended at the hourly rate specified in subsection (m)(6).  The LEA may require that a deposit be made against the estimated cost of reviewing or processing each submission by the operator applicant or project proponent.
   (10)   Unauthorized or Non-Compliant Solid Waste Activity
      LEA investigation and resolution of any solid waste activity conducted without a required permit, including LEA review of any required reports to the LEA.  Also the Department costs to investigate a complaint of non-compliance at a facility required to have a solid waste facility permit or other entitlement to operate, and the Department’s costs to verify return to compliance not otherwise recovered through a reinspection fee, if but only if the complaint is substantially validated:  To be paid by the responsible party based on LEA time expended at the hourly rate specified in subsection (m)(6), if unpermitted or otherwise illegal or non-compliant activity is substantially validated:  Hourly rate as specified in subsection (m)(6). This fee is in addition to any fines or penalties imposed for the unpermitted activity-compliant activity, and in addition to any permit application fees that may apply.  The LEA may require that a deposit be made against the estimated cost of reviewing or processing each submission by the responsible party.
(k)   UNIFIED PROGRAM AND HAZARDOUS MATERIALS PROGRAM FEES, MEDICAL WASTE FEES:
   (1)   Unified Program Facility or Medical Waste Generator Facility Annual Permit Base Fee (Required for all Permits except as noted. A Medical Waste Generator Facility which is also a Unified Program Facility shall be subject to one base fee):   $352
      Reinspection Fee:    $352
      Additional Processing Fee where facility information and other program elements that are subject to electronic reporting in CERS are not submitted, repeatedly not accepted, or not up to date and Small Medical Waste Generator Registration applications repeatedly not accepted:  Hourly rate in subsection (m)(5) or (m)(6) as applicable in each case.
   (2)   Hazardous and Medical Waste
      (a)   Per hazardous waste and/or medical waste:    $79
      (b)   Per universal waste at or above hazardous materials business plan inventory threshold:    $79
   (3)   Onsite Hazardous Waste Treatment (Tiered Permitting) Facility Annual Fees
      (a)   Conditional Exemption per unit:   $226
      (b)   Conditional Authorization per unit:   $382
      (c)   Permit by Rule per unit:   $504
   (4)   Hazardous Material Response Plans and Inventory Annual Permit
      (a)   Per hazardous material:   $79
      (b)   Maximum fee for hazardous materials:     $3,120
      (c)   Minimal Inventory Variation Low Risk Business Operations:   $431
   (5)   Underground Storage Tank Annual Operating Permit, Per Tank:   $403
   (6)   Underground Hazardous Materials Storage Tank Special Permits
      (a)   New Underground Storage Tank Installation/Repair/Upgrade (Interior lining, bladder installation)
         Base Fee [includes one (1) tank]:    $2,165
         Each Additional Tank:   $549
         Plan Re-Review and Plan Extension:    $159
      (b)   Closure/Removal
         Base Fee [includes one (1) tank]:    $1,545
         Each Additional Tank:    $390
      (c)   Plan Re-Review and Plan Extension:   $159
      (d)   Underground Storage Tank modification/ upgrade including pipe repair/ replacement that involves two inspections
         Base Fee (includes entire facility):   $2,165
         Plan Re-Review and Plan Extension:   $159
      (e)   Underground Storage Tank modification that involves one inspection
         Base Fee (includes entire facility):   $1,501
         Plan Re-Review and Plan Extension:   $159
      (f)   Underground Storage Tank Additional Plan Check Inspection/Reinspection:    $722
      (g)   Underground Storage Tank Consultation Fee: Hourly rate as specified in subsection (m)(6).
   (7)   Unified program facilities subject only to Chapter 6.5 of the California Health and Safety Code as small quantity hazardous waste generators, and no other unified program requirements, and which generate less than 200 pounds per month of medical waste annual permit (Annual Permit Base Fee not required):    $167
   (8)   Small Quantity Medical Waste Generator Biennial Registration:    $158
   (9)   Payment for medical waste onsite treatment permit application review and processing:
      (a)   Initial Application:  Hourly rate as specified in subsection (m)(6). Two hour minimum.
      (b)   Review or Revised Application(s):  Hourly rate as specified in subsection (m)(6). Two hour minimum.
   (10)   Business establishments that generate 200 or more pounds of medical waste in any month of a 12-month period annual permit:    $673
   (11)   Hazardous Materials Management Business Plan (HMBP) Review for sites amending their HMBP as part of the Building Permit process (fee per site):    $397
   (12)   Hazardous Materials Management Business Plan (HMBP) Review for sites evaluated as part of the Building Permit process (Exempted Sites; fee per site):    $73
   (13)   Preliminary workscope assessment where no fee is specifically indicated. (Includes Risk Management Plans and other technical assistance.) Hourly rate as specified in subsection (m)(6), minimum two hours.
   (14)   California Accidental Release Program (CalARP) and Risk Management Plans (RMPs)
      (a)   Program Level 1 annual fee:   $180
      (b)   Program Levels II & III annual fee:    $255
      (c)   RMP review work and additional inspection/ audit costs that exceed the annual fee: hourly rate specified in subsection (m)(6).
   (15)   Day Care Questionnaire Review for City of San Diego (fee per site):     $257
   (16)   Notification Only Fee for Low Risk Unified Program Facilities designated by the Director of Environmental Health and Quality as notification only (Unified Program Facility Annual Permit Base Fee not required):   
      (a)   Facilities designated pursuant to sections 68.902(b) and 68.909.5 of this Code, including Photographic Imaging Waste annual fee:    $74
      (Note: Facilities with a valid Small Quantity Medical Waste Generator Biennial Registration are not subject to this fee.)
      (b)   Unstaffed, Remote Location (one-time fee per facility):    $1,096
   (17)   Established businesses that operate a facility subject to the Unified Program without first submitting a permit application or notification to the Department must pay the following one-time non-notification fee.     $352
   (18)   Biotechnology facilities and research and development laboratories subject to the Unified Program Facility Permit base fee, the hazardous waste fees or the hazardous materials fees may have these fees reduced by 25% if the facility meets performance standards as defined by the Department.
   (19)   University of California at San Diego (UCSD) sites limited to contiguous UCSD owned property on and around Gilman Drive in the City of San Diego subject to the Unified Program Facility Permit Base Fee, the Hazardous Waste Generator Fees, the Medical Waste Generator Facility Fees, the Hazardous Materials Fees, the Aboveground Petroleum Storage Act Fees, or the Underground Storage Tank Operating Permit Fees shall pay an annual flat fee in lieu of the fees listed in this section.  UCSD shall be subject to all other fees not specifically covered in this Section.  The flat fee applies only to UCSD Main Campus and the Scripps Institution of Oceanography.    $23,280
   (20)   Aboveground Petroleum Storage Act (APSA) annual fee is based on the total aggregate shell capacity of petroleum in Aboveground Storage Tank(s) (AST) (maximum quantity):
      Program Level I (1,320 - 9,999 gal):   $225
      Program Level II (10,000 - 100,000 gal):   $290
      Program Level III (100,001 - 1,000,000 gal):   $347
      Program Level IV (1,000,001 - 10,000,000 gal):   $1,434
      Program Level V (10,000,001 - 100,000,000 gal):   $1,782
   (21)   Corrective Action Oversight. The responsible party or the person requesting the County's oversight of corrective action shall pay the County for its oversight costs. Funds to pay for the Department oversight of corrective action pursuant to section 68.915 of this code shall be advanced to and retained by the County as specified herein.
      An initial deposit as specified in section (k)(21)(a) below shall be made by the responsible party or the person requesting oversight.  Actual time expended by the Department in oversight shall be charged to this deposit account at the current labor rate. 
      Additional deposits shall be made to the deposit account by the responsible party or person requesting oversight as specified by the County, to maintain a positive balance sufficient to cover anticipated oversight costs in that case for two to three months.  Upon completion of work and closure of the case, any funds not expended shall be returned to the responsible party or person seeking oversight.
      (a)   Corrective Action Initial Deposit:    $3,692
   (22)   Regulated facility complaint response:  The Department’s costs to investigate a complaint or an agency referral regarding non-compliance at a facility required to have a Unified Program Facility Permit, Medical Waste Generator Facility Permit or Small Quantity Medical Waste Generator Biennial Registration, including the Department’s costs to verify return to compliance. Applicable if the complaint is substantially validated:
         Department labor, including travel time, at the hourly rates specified in subsection (m)(6) and (m)(7), payable by and invoiced to the facility operator as a regulatory program fee.
      Note: If an emergency response is undertaken, Chapter 8 of Division 8 of this Title is also applicable.  If removal and disposal of abandoned hazardous waste or hazardous material is undertaken on a non-emergency basis, subsection (k)(24) of this Section is also applicable. For the Hazardous Incident Response Team Emergency Response the Environmental Health Specialist hourly rate is specified in subsection (m)(7).
   (23)   Other complaint response: Department costs to investigate a complaint or an agency referral regarding improper management of hazardous wastes or hazardous materials at any place not otherwise required to have a Unified Program Facility Permit.  This includes the Department’s costs to verify proper on-site management, or the removal and proper subsequent disposition of those materials or wastes.  Applicable if the complaint is substantially validated:
         Department labor, including travel time, at the hourly rate specified in subsection (m)(6) and (m)(7), payable by and invoiced to the person who owns or controls the hazardous waste or material, as a regulatory program fee.
      Note: If an emergency response is undertaken, Chapter 8 of Division 8 of this Title is also applicable.  If removal and disposal of abandoned hazardous waste or hazardous material is undertaken on a non-emergency basis, subsection (k)(24) of this Section is also applicable. For the Hazardous Incident Response Team Emergency Response the Environmental Health Specialist hourly rate is specified in subsection (m)(7).
   (24)   Hazardous waste and hazardous material abatement.  The Department’s costs to remove and manage, or to arrange for the removal and proper management of, hazardous wastes or hazardous materials that have been abandoned, where there is no immediate need for an emergency response:
         Department labor, including travel time, at the hourly rate specified in subsection (m)(6) and (m)(7), plus all other costs incurred, including but not limited to costs, costs of equipment usage, the cost of supplies, contract service costs, administrative and overhead costs, and the cost of legal services incurred. Payable by and invoiced to the responsible party if identified.  Payable by the property owner or lessee if the responsible party cannot be identified.  For the Hazardous Incident Response Team Emergency Response the Environmental Health Specialist hourly rate is specified in subsection (m)(7).
      The appeal and lien provisions of Chapter 8 of Division 8 of this Title are applicable to invoices issued under this subsection (k)(24).
      This subsection does not limit the County's ability to instead order the abatement of, or to abate or summarily abate, a public nuisance and pursue cost recovery as provided in Chapter 2 of Division 6 of Title 1 of this code.
(l)   RADIATION SHIELDING PLAN CHECK FEES:
   (1)   Radiation Shielding Plan Check Fee (base fee includes two rooms):   $94
   (2)   For more complex plan checks, sites are billed at the hourly rate specified in subsection (m)(6) for additional plan check and inspection costs that exceed the hours covered by the fee calculated above.
(m)   MISCELLANEOUS DEPARTMENT FEES:
   (1)   Duplicate permit, license, grade card, registration, or other required document under any Department program (per document):    $18
   (2)   Health regulated business name change:   $30
   (3)   Copies of Documents:  Fees are allowed under the California Public Records Act
      (Government Code Section 6253(b)), are set by the County of San Diego Auditor and Control and can be found here: https://www.sandiegocounty.gov/content/sdc/audito r/feeschedule.html.
   (4)   Vector Control Technician hourly rate for which no fee is specifically indicated, including consultation services (minimum charge one hour, each additional ½ hour will be charged one half of the hourly rate):    $142
   (5)   Environmental Health Technician hourly rate for which no fee is specifically indicated, including consultation services (minimum charge one hour, each additional ½ hour will be charged one half of the hourly rate):     $85
   (6)   Environmental Health Specialist hourly rate for which no fee is specifically indicated, including consultation services (minimum charge one hour, each additional ½ hour will be charged one half of the hourly rate):     $153
   (7)   Hazardous Incident Response Team Emergency Response hourly rate for which no fee is specifically indicated, including consultation services (minimum charge one hour, each additional ½ hour will be charged one half of the hourly rate):        $204
   (8)   Site Assessment and Mitigation Program hourly rate for which no fee is specifically indicated, including consultation services (minimum charge one hour, each additional ½ hour will be charged one half of the hourly rate):    $211
   (9)   Expedited services will be provided at the request of the customer when possible. These services will be provided by staff working paid overtime.  Costs will be recovered by charging one and a half times the hourly rate specified in subsection (m)(6).
   (10)   Cost for services provided for which a deposit is required will be at the hourly rate specified in subsection (m)(6).  Costs for expedited services provided for which a deposit is required will be at one and a half times the hourly rate specified in subsection (m)(6).
   (11)   Modified Health Permit (includes Standard Operating Procedure review and subsequent facility inspection): Hourly rate as specified in subsection (m)(6). 
   (12)   FEE WAIVER FOR STRUCTURES DAMAGED OR DESTROYED BY NATURAL DISASTER.  Notwithstanding the fees otherwise specified in Section 65.107, said fees may be waived for an applicant who is rebuilding legally built structures which have been damaged or destroyed by a wildfire or other natural disaster and which are located within the boundaries of a geographic area which has been declared by resolution of the Board of Supervisors to be eligible for this fee waiver.  The fee waiver shall not apply to any portion of a new structure which exceeds the square footage of the structure which is being replaced.
   (13)   Fees for sample collection, laboratory costs, and project oversight shall be assessed at the approved hourly rate as specified in subsection (m) and for all laboratory costs associated with sampling and analysis.
   (14)   Vector Laboratory Special Projects:
   Special Projects include, but are not limited to, preparation for and speaking at public workshops, engagements, meetings, preparation of reports, review of reports or documents, and/or research.  Fees for special projects shall be calculated and will be charged using the standard hourly billing rates set forth below.
 
CLASS
CLASS TITLE
HOURLY  RATE
2120
County Veterinarian
$328
5426
Agricultural Scientist
$201
4317
Disease Research Scientist
$140
 
   (15)   The following fees shall be paid to the Department for Vector Laboratory services:
      Laboratory tests:   $38
      Save body:      $20
(Amended by Ord. No. 6599 (N.S.), effective 7-7-83; amended by Ord. No. 6809 (N.S.), effective 8-2-84; amended by Ord. No. 6972 (N.S.), effective 7-18-85; amended by Ord. No. 7061 (N.S.), effective 12-5-85; amended by Ord. No. 7142 (N.S.), effective 6-27-86; amended by Ord. No. 7299 (N.S.), effective 6-11-87; amended by Ord. No. 7356 (N.S.), effective 9-10-87; amended by Ord. No. 7495 (N.S.), effective 7-21-88; amended by Ord. No. 7617 (N.S.), effective 5-18-89; amended by Ord. No. 7647 (N.S.), effective 8-4-89; amended by Ord. No. 7797 (N.S.), effective 9-6-90; amended by Ord. No. 7931 (N.S.), effective 7-18-91; amended by Ord. No. 8007 (N.S.), effective 12-26-91; amended by Ord. No. 8118 (N.S.), effective 9-3-92; amended by Ord. No. 8279 (N.S.), effective 8-19-93; amended by Ord. No. 8458 (N.S.), effective 11-17-94; amended by Ord. No. 8553 (N.S.), effective 8-10-95, operative 8-10-95; amended by Ord. No. 8568 (N.S.), effective 8-17-95; amended by Ord. No. 8604 (N.S.), effective 11-17-95; amended by Ord. No. 8614 (N.S.), effective 1-4-96; amended by Ord. No. 8680 (N.S.), operative 7-1-96; amended by Ord. No. 8747 (N.S.), operative 1-1-97; amended by Ord. No. 8856 (N.S.), effective 1-15-98; amended by Ord. No. 8866 (N.S.), effective 1-6-98; amended by Ord. No. 8919 (N.S.), effective 7-9-98; subsections (l)--(r) repealed by Ord. No. 8962 (N.S.), effective 9-23-98; amended by Ord. No. 9269 (N.S.), effective 12-15-00; amended by Ord. No. 9322 (N.S.), effective 5-4-01; amended by Ord. No. 9444 (N.S.), effective 4-12-02; amended by Ord. No. 9524 (N.S.), effective 1-10-03; amended by Ord. No. 9530 (N.S.), effective 3-14-03; amended by Ord. No. 9579 (N.S.), effective 8-8-03; amended by Ord. No. 9664 (N.S.), effective 8-14-04; amended by Ord. No. 9767 (N.S.), effective 5-5-06; amended by Ord. No. 9859 (N.S.), effective 6-15-07, operative 7-1-07; amended by Ord. No. 9883 (N.S.), effective 10-19-07; amended by Ord. No. 10037 (N.S.), effective 3-26-10; amended by Ord. No. 10065 (N.S.), effective 8-13-10; amended by Ord. No. 10098 (N.S.), effective 1-7-11; amended by Ord. No. 10219 (N.S.), effective 8-24-12; amended by Ord. No. 10229 (N.S.), effective 11-9-12; amended by Ord. No. 10238 (N.S.), effective 1-4-13; amended by Ord. No. 10317 (N.S.), effective 2-7-14; amended by Ord. No. 10350 (N.S.), effective 9-5-14; amended by Ord. No. 10379 (N.S.), effective 4-17-15; amended by Ord. No. 10412 (N.S.), effective 2-26-16; amended by Ord. No. 10473, effective 7-1-17; amended by Ord. No. 10487, effective 7-1-17; amended by Ord. No. 10488, effective 7-1-17; amended by Ord. No. 10536 (N.S.), effective 7-1-18; amended by Ord. No. 10606 (N.S.), effective 7-1-19; amended by Ord. No. 10680 (N.S.), effective 9-4-20; amended by Ord. No. 10709 (N.S.), effective 1-15-21; amended by Ord. No. 10733 (N.S.), effective 7-1-21)