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Notwithstanding the permit fee provisions listed elsewhere in this Code, the permit fee and assessment schedule for the permit categories and uses specifically listed below shall be:
(b) Tables and Chairs Permit pursuant to Article 5.2 (Sections 176 et seq.): administrative fee of $52.00 for permit renewal without prior Department enforcement action and $104.00 for new permits or permit renewal resulting from prior Department enforcement action; and inspection fee of $4.80 per square foot of occupancy for renewal permits without prior Departmental enforcement action, $5.67 per square foot of occupancy for new permits, and $6.77 per square foot of occupancy for permit renewal resulting from prior Departmental enforcement action;
(i) Street Improvement Permit for Sidewalk Repair that is not the subject of a Departmental Notice to Repair: $15.99 per 100 square feet permit fee;
(e) Special Sidewalk Permit pursuant to Section 703.1: $376.14 permit fee;
(f) Automobile Runway (Driveway) Permits (also known as Curb Reconfiguration Permits) pursuant to Sections 715 et seq.
(i) Standard Permit: $120.43 permit fee; and
(ii) Over-wide Driveway Permit: $969.30 permit fee;
(g) Pipe Barrier Permit pursuant to Section 723.1
(i) Standard Permit: $969.30 permit fee; and
(ii) Security Bollard Barrier: $1,943.80 permit fee;
(h) Minor Sidewalk Encroachment Permit (also known as a Minor Encroachment Permit) pursuant to Section 723.2
(i) Standard Permit: $938.39 permit fee, and, if applicable pursuant to Section 723.2(m), the annual public right-of-way occupancy assessment fee;
(ii) Underground Storage Tank Abandonment: $275.80 permit fee; and
(iii) Underground Vault, which shall be comprised of (A) a permit fee of $973.80 and (B) an annual public right-of-way occupancy assessment fee of $12.58 per square foot of occupied space;
(i) Debris Box Permit pursuant to Section 725
(i) 7-day Permit: $83.12 permit fee; and
(ii) Annual Permit: $551.62 permit fee;
(k) Commemorative Plaque Permit pursuant to Section 789.2: $1,162.63 permit fee;
(l) If any of the abovementioned permits are associated with a Street Improvement Permit, the permit fee is the Street Improvement Permit fee plus $133.20 for each additional permit unless the fee for said permit is less, in which case the additional fee is the lower permit fee amount;
(m) Under permit categories in Subsections (d), (e), or (f), if the permit is associated with a Department of Public Works Notice to Repair, the permit fee is $330.32 per permit;
(n) Under permit categories in Subsections (e), (g), or (h)(i), if the permit is associated with a subdivision map approval, the permit fee is $133.20 per permit;
(o) Sidewalk width change fee: $3,875.00, with $1,375.00 of this fee allocated to the Planning Department for its review;
(p) Nighttime work permit fee: $123;
(q) Preapplication meeting or staff consultation fee: $404.76 for the first two hours or portion thereof and $202.38 for each additional hour or portion thereof; and
(r) Autonomous Delivery Device Testing fees pursuant to Section 794
(i) Application fee: for one device - $860; for two devices - $1,540; and for three devices - $1,995;
(ii) Permit extension fee: for one device - $555; for two devices - $1010; and for three devices - $1,465; and
(iii) Referrals to Department of Public Health: The Department of Public Health may charge up to $191 per hour for referrals sent by Public Works pursuant to Section 794.
(Added by Ord. 151-03, File No. 030830, 6/27/2003; amended by Ord. 197-07, File No. 070811, App. 8/3/2007; Ord. 7-08, File No. 071521, App. 1/18/2007; Ord. 34-12 , File No. 111281, App. 2/21/2012, Eff. 3/22/2012; Ord. 139-15 , File No. 150560, App. 8/6/2015, Eff. 9/5/2015; Ord. 50-18, File No. 171318, App. 3/29/2018, Eff. 4/29/2018)
(a) Beginning with fiscal year 2008-2009, the fees and occupancy assessment costs which are established for the permit categories and uses set forth in section 2.1.1 for fiscal year 2007-2008 may be adjusted each year, without further action by the Board of Supervisors, to reflect changes in the relevant Consumer Price Index, as determined by the Controller. No later than April 15th of each year, the Director shall submit the Department's current fees and occupancy assessment costs schedule to the Controller, who shall apply the price index adjustment to produce a new fee schedule and occupancy assessment for the following year. No later than May 15th of each year, the Controller shall file a report with the Board of Supervisors reporting the new fee schedule and occupancy assessment and certifying that: (a) the fees produce sufficient revenue to support the costs of providing the services for which the fee is charged and (b) the fees do not produce revenue that exceeds the costs of providing the services for which each permit fee is charged. Notwithstanding the procedures set forth in this Section, the Board of Supervisors, in its discretion, may modify the fees or occupancy assessment costs by ordinance at any time.
(Added by Ord. 151-03, File No. 030830, 6/27/2003; Ord. 197-07, File No. 070811, App. 8/3/2007)
In instances where where1 the actual costs of the administration or processing of any application, approval, or permit is is1 in excess of or will exceed the fee amount established pursuant to section 2.1.1, the Director, in his or her discretion, may require an applicant or permittee to pay a sum in excess of the subject fee amounts. This additional sum shall be sufficient to recover actual costs that the Department incurs and shall be charged on a time and materials basis. The Director also may charge for any time and materials costs that other agencies, boards, commissions, or departments of the City incur in connection with the processing or administration of a particular application, approval, or permit. Whenever additional fees are or will be charged, the Director, upon request of the applicant or permittee, shall provide in writing the basis for the additional fees or an estimate of the additional fees to be charged.
(Added by Ord. 151-03, File No. 030830, 6/27/2003; amended by Ord. 291-19, File No. 191033, App. 12/19/2019, Eff. 1/19/2020)
Establishment of the fees for each permit category and use specified in section 2.1.1 shall be based on the Department's actual costs to process and administer the particular permit category or use. Said fees may include the actual costs that other agencies, boards, commissions, or departments of the City incur in connection with the processing or administration of a particular permit category or use. The occupancy assessment costs specified in section 2.1.1 shall be based on fair market value. The Director shall codify the fee and assessment schedule by departmental order. Any adjustment in fees and assessments pursuant to section 2.1.2 also shall be codified by departmental order. The fee and assessment schedule shall be effective on the date that the departmental order is issued, but in no case shall the schedule become effective before the beginning of the fiscal year for which the schedule has been established or adjusted.
(Added by Ord. 151-03, File No. 030830, 6/27/2003)