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CITY OF BURBANK

FY 2011-2012

ADOPTED CITYWIDE FEE SCHEDULE

June 14, 2011 Resolution 28,350

FISCAL YEAR 2011-2012 FEE SCHEDULE TABLE OF CONTENTS


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ARTICLE I - MISCELLANEOUS SECTION 1. SECTION 2. SECTION 3. SECTION 4. SECTION 5. SECTION 6. SECTION 7. SECTION 8. SECTION 9. TRANSIENT OCCUPANCY TAX TRANSIENT PARKING TAX MATERIALS REPRODUCED BY THE CITY OF BURBANK UTILITY USERS TAX EXEMPTION FILM PERMITS AND ASSOCIATED COSTS CITY CLERK SERVICES METROLINK FEEDER SHUTTLE SERVICES FINANCE CHARGE - BILLED RECEIVABLES APPEAL OF DECISION OF THE PERMIT APPEALS BOARD OR COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR SECTION 10. PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICE SERVICES SECTION 11. CITY ATTORNEY SERVICES SECTION 12. HUMAN RESOURCE SERVICES ARTICLE II - PUBLIC WORKS SECTION 1. SECTION 2. SECTION 3. SECTION 4. SECTION 5. SECTION 6. SECTION 7. SECTION 8. SECTION 9. SECTION 10. SECTION 11. SECTION 12. SECTION 13. REFUSE COLLECTION FEES SEWER CONNECTION CHARGES INDUSTRIAL WASTE DISPOSAL SEWER CHARGES MISCELLANEOUS SEWER CHARGES FEES FOR INTERSTATE TRUCK TERMINALS AND ACCESS ROUTES MISCELLANEOUS STREET FEES OVERLOAD PERMITS PLACEMENT AND RENTAL OF STREET SAFETY DEVICES NEWSRACK REGISTRATION FEES TRAFFIC PLAN CHECK AND STUDY FEES SUBDIVISION FEES GRAFFITI REMOVAL FEES

1-6 1 1 1 3 3 4 5 5 6 6 6 6 7-20 7 10 10 11 15 15 15 18 18 19 19 20 20 21-23 21 22 23 23 24-26 24 25 26 26

ARTICLE III - LAND USE AND ZONING SECTION 1. SECTION 2. SECTION 3. SECTION 4. ZONING PROCEDURES AND AMENDMENTS ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENTS SUBDIVISIONS MISCELLANEOUS

ARTICLE IV - ANIMAL SHELTER FEES SECTION 1. SECTION 2. SECTION 3. SECTION 4. FEES FOR IMPOUNDING REGISTRATION FEES ADOPTION FEES FEE WAIVERS FOR ANIMAL SHELTER SENIOR DAY(S) OR WEEK(S)

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ARTICLE V - PUBLIC SAFETY SECTION 1. SECTION 2. SECTION 3. SECTION 4. SECTION 5. SECTION 6. PARAMEDIC AMBULANCE SERVICES PUBLIC SAFETY ALARMS MOUNTAIN FIRE ZONE BRUSH VIOLATION MISCELLANEOUS PUBLIC SAFETY CHARGES HAZARDOUS MATERIALS POLICE SERVICES AT PARTIES, GATHERINGS OR EVENTS ON PRIVATE PROPERTY SECTION 7. UNDERGROUND TANKS/HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES, HAZARDOUS WASTE SECTION 8. FIRE PERMIT AND LIFE SAFETY PLAN CHECK FEES SECTION 9. MISCELLANEOUS POLICE SERVICES SECTION 10. PARKING VIOLATIONS SECTION 11. EMERGENCY SERVICES RESTITUTION RATES SECTION 12. OFF DUTY SAFETY SERVICES RATE ARTICLE VI - LIBRARY CHARGES SECTION 1. SECTION 2. SECTION 3. SECTION 4. OVERDUE FINES DAMAGED AND LOST ITEMS INTERLIBRARY LOAN FEES MISCELLANEOUS

27-39 27 27 28 28 28 30 30 31 35 36 38 39 40-42 40 40 41 41 43-56 43 43 44 45 45 46 46 46 47 47 47 48 49 49 49 50 51 52 52 53 55 55

ARTICLE VII - SCHEDULE OF BUSINESS TAXES SECTION 1. SECTION 2. SECTION 3. SECTION 4. SECTION 5. SECTION 6. SECTION 7. SECTION 8. SECTION 9. SECTION 10. SECTION 11. SECTION 12. SECTION 13. SECTION 14. SECTION 15. SECTION 16. SECTION 17. SECTION 18. SECTION 19. SECTION 20. SECTION 21. SECTION 22. ADMINISTRATIVE CHARGES AND PENALTIES BUSINESS TAX SPECIAL SCHEDULES PSYCHIC ARTS ESCORT BUREAUS TEMPORARY PROMOTIONAL SIGNS TOW SERVICE BUSINESSES AND TOW SERVICE DRIVERS BILLIARD PARLORS TAXICABS HEALTH CLUBS DANCES MASSAGE LICENSES & PERMITS PEDDLER - FOOD PRODUCTS PEDDLER - NON-FOOD PRODUCTS THEATER EVENTS & ACTIVITIES FOOD SOLICITORS RIDING ACADEMIES SERVICES FIRE ARMS MISCELLANEOUS

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ARTICLE VII - SCHEDULE OF BUSINESS TAXES - continued SECTION 23. CODE ENFORCEMENT REINSPECTION FEES ARTICLE VIII - ELECTRICAL AND BUILDING PERMITS SECTION 1. SECTION 2. SECTION 3. SECTION 4. SECTION 5. SECTION 6. SECTION 7. ELECTRICAL PERMITS BUILDING PERMITS DEVELOPMENT IMPACT FEES MECHANICAL PERMITS PLUMBING PERMITS GRADING PERMITS MISCELLANEOUS INSPECTIONS AND PENALTIES 56 57-64 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 65-79 65 66 68 69 69 70 70 71 71 71 71 72 72 73 73 74 74 74 75 75 75 75 80-95 80 81 82 84 85 86

ARTICLE IX - PARK AND RECREATION SECTION 1. SECTION 2. SECTION 3. SECTION 4. SECTION 5. SECTION 6. SECTION 7. SECTION 8. SECTION 9. SECTION 10. SECTION 11. SECTION 12. SECTION 13. SECTION 14. SECTION 15. SECTION 16. SECTION 17. SECTION 18. SECTION 19. SECTION 20. SECTION 21. SECTION 22. DEFINITIONS FEES FOR GROUP ACTIVITIES ROOM RENTAL FEES FIELD RESERVATIONS INDOOR GAME COURTS SWIMMING POOLS FIELD PREPARATION AND LINING CHARGES OUTDOOR LIGHTING OTHER FACILITY USE, SERVICE AND STAFF FEES ACTIVITY CHARGES REDUCED FEES FOR SENIOR CITIZENS WAIVER OF FEES SPECIALTY ACTIVITIES PROHIBITED USES PERMITS INSURANCE REVOCATION OF PERMIT REVOCATION OF PERMIT - APPEAL PAYMENT OF FEES: DEBT REFUNDS SEVERABILITY DEBELL MUNICIPAL GOLF COURSE AND FACILITIES

ARTICLE X - ELECTRIC RATES AND CHARGES SECTION 1. SECTION 2. SECTION 3. SECTION 4. SECTION 5. SECTION 6. RESIDENTIAL SERVICE SCHEDULE C: SMALL GENERAL SERVICE WITHOUT DEMAND SCHEDULE D: MEDIUM GENERAL SERVICE 20 kW to 250 kW SCHEDULE L-TOU SECONDARY LARGE GENERAL SERVICE SECONDARY OVER 250 KVA - 1,000 KVA SCHEDULE L-TOU PRIMARY LARGE GENERAL SERVICE PRIMARY OVER 250 KVA - 1,000 KVA SCHEDULE XL-TOU SECONDARY EXTRA LARGE GENERAL SERVICE SECONDARY OVER 1,000 KVA

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ARTICLE X - ELECTRIC RATES AND CHARGES - continued SECTION 7. SECTION 8. SECTION 9. SECTION 10. SECTION 11. SECTION 12. SECTION 13. SECTION 14. SECTION 15. SECTION 16. SCHEDULE XL-TOU PRIMARY EXTRA LARGE GENERAL SERVICE PRIMARY OVER 1,000 KVA STREET LIGHTING , TRAFFIC SIGNAL, AND FREEWAY LIGHTING SERVICE TEMPORARY SERVICE MISCELLANEOUS CHARGES CUSTOMER GENERATION INTERRUPTIBLE SERVICE ENERGY COST ADJUSTMENT CHARGE (ECAC) STANDBY SERVICE (SCHEDULE S) PUBLIC BENEFITS CHARGE STREET LIGHTING SURCHARGE 87 88 89 89 91 91 92 93 95 95 96-103 96 96 97 97 98 99 99 100 102 103 104 104 104

ARTICLE XI - WATER RATES AND CHARGES SECTION 1. SECTION 2. SECTION 3. SECTION 4. SECTION 5. SECTION 6. SECTION 7. SECTION 8. SECTION 9. SECTION 10. SINGLE FAMILY RESIDENTIAL SERVICE MULTI-FAMILY RESIDENTIAL, COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL SERVICE SCHOOL SERVICE NEW SERVICE INSTALLATIONS TEMPORARY SERVICE PRIVATE FIRE SERVICES WATER COST ADJUSTMENT CHARGES (WCAC) MISCELLANEOUS WATER CHARGES RECYCLED WATER RATES PHYSICAL SOLUTION WATER COST

ARTICLE XII - FIBER OPTIC RATES AND CHARGES SECTION 1. SECTION 2. GENERAL SERVICE COMMUNICATIONS TRANSPORT SERVICES (CTS) - VIDEO

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ARTICLE I MISCELLANEOUS
SECTION 1. TRANSIENT OCCUPANCY TAX
(Added 9/27/83, Resolution 20,732) Each transient shall pay a tax in the amount of ten percent (10%) of the rent charged by the operator.

SECTION 2.

TRANSIENT PARKING TAX


(Ordinance No. 3426, passed 12/12/95) (Ordinance No. 3434, passed 1/30/96) (Added as Section 2 on 6/25/96, Resolution 24,771) (Last Update 5/24/05, Resolution 26,978)

Each individual paying for short-term parking (less than 1 calendar month) shall pay a "Transient" parking tax of twelve percent (12%) of the total amount charged by the parking facility operator.

SECTION 3.

MATERIALS REPRODUCED BY THE CITY OF BURBANK


(Added as Section 2 on 7/30/85, Resolution 21,368) (Moved to Section 3 on 6/25/96, Resolution 24,771) (Last Update 6/22/10, Resolution 28,138)

Description (A)

Amount

Unit/Time

Public Records (1) Paper (non-electronic) Records Except as specifically listed in this Fee Schedule, the copying cost to reproduce a non-exempt paper public record shall be the following: (a) 1st Page $0.50 Each (b) Additional Pages $0.05 Each (c) For all requests where the actual physical copying of the record takes more than fifteen (15) minutes, the department may charge for time spent by an employee actually making the copies. This charge shall be based on the employee's compensation multiplied by the amount of time spent making copies. Time shall be billed in fifteen (15) minute increments. (d) (2) Where the total cost of copies is $2.00 or less, there shall be no charge collected.

Electronically Stored Records or Data Except as specifically listed in this Fee Schedule, the department may charge duplication costs of producing an electronic copy of a non-exempt public record including: (a) All programming and computer services costs where production of the record requires data compilation, extraction or programming. For all such productions, the charge shall be based on the compensation for the actual (b) F employee performing the production multiplied by the amount of time spent programming, etc. Time shall be billed in fifteen (15) minute increments with no minimum grace period. Police Report (a) Crime Report (b) Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) Report (c) Traffic Accident Report (d) Clearance Letter

(3)

$5.00 $10.00 $15.00 $20.00

Each Each Each Each

Description (e) (f) Local Arrest Records Civil Subpoenas (i) Basic (ii) Officer

Amount

Unit/Time

$25.00 Each as provided by State Law $15.00 Each $150.00 Each

(4)

Fire Report (a) Basic Fee (b) Civil Subpoenas (i) Firefighters (c) EMS Report (d) Fire Investigation Report Public Works Parking Design Set (a) (b) (c) 11" x 17" Copies (+.10 each additional copy) 18" x 24" Copies Large Plan Blueprints (i) 18" x 26" Copies (ii) 24" x 36" Copies (iii) 24" x 42" Copies (iv) 36" x 60" Copies (v) 42" x 72" Copies Copies of Microfilm Files

$15.00

Each

as provided by State Law $15.00 Each $25.00 Each $1.00 $0.75 $2.00 $2.00 $3.00 $4.00 $5.00 $6.00 $1.00 $0.50 $0.10 $25.00 Set Page Page Sheet Sheet Sheet Sheet Sheet First Page Additional Copies Copy Each

(5) (6)

(d)

(7) (8)

Fair Political Practices Act Photographs from Police/Fire Department (color photos 4x6) Outside Photo Lab Services

(9)

Cost $35.00 $30.00

N/A Each Each

(10) Proof Sheets (8x10) from Police Department (11) Court Ordered or Subpoenaed Video Tapes from Police Department (12) Court Ordered or Subpoenaed Audio Tapes from Police Department If the requesting party provides a new blank tape the fee is reduced to: (13) CD ROM Fee (14) Photo CD ROM Fee (15) Hard Copy of the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR) (16) Hard Copy of the Annual Budget Book (17) Hard Copy of the Capital Improvements Program (CIP) book

$10.00

Each

$5.00 $5.00 $12.00 $20.00

Each Per CD ROM Each Each

$30.00 $20.00

Each Each

SECTION 4.

UTILITY USERS TAX EXEMPTION


(Added to Section 3 on 6/23/92, Resolution 23,640) (Moved to Section 4 on 6/25/96, Resolution 24,771) (Last Update 6/14/11, Resolution 28,350)

Description (A) Exemption Eligibility (1) Maximum Gross Annual Income of: (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) Maximum Gross Annual Income of: Maximum Gross Annual Income of: Maximum Gross Annual Income of: Maximum Gross Annual Income of: Maximum Gross Annual Income of: Maximum Gross Annual Income of: Maximum Gross Annual Income of:

Amount

Unit/Time

$29,900 $34,200 $38,450 $42,700 $46,150 $49,550 $52,950 $56,400

Per Household w/one person Per Household w/two persons Per Household w/three persons Per Household w/four persons Per Household w/five persons Per Household w/six persons Per Household w/seven persons Per Household w/eight or more

Note: A person who regularly requires the use of an essential life-support device shall be exempt regardless of gross annual income.

SECTION 5.

FILM PERMITS AND ASSOCIATED COSTS


(Added to Section 4 on 6/9/92, Resolution 23,624) (Moved to Section 5 on 6/25/96, Resolution 24,771) (Last Update 6/22/10, Resolution 28,138)

Description (A) (B) (C) (D) Film Permit Single Day Film Permit Street/Sidewalk Use of City Property

Amount $350.00 $150.00 $200.00 $200.00 $3.00 $60.00 $50.00 $1.00

Unit/Time Per 7 Days Day Per Permit Per Day Per Space/Per Day Day Each Each

(E) (F)

Rental of Police Motor Change (Rider) to

(G) Film Permit "No Parking" Signs (H) Facility Usage Fee (1) DeBell Golf Course and Par 3 (2) Starlight Bowl

$1,000.00 $2,000.00

Per Day Per 4 Hours

Description

Amount

Unit/Time Per Hour (2-Hour Minimum) Per Hour (2-Hour Minimum) Per Hour (2-Hour Minimum) Per Hour (2-Hour Minimum) Per Hour (2-Hour Minimum) Per Hour (2-Hour Minimum) Per Hour (2-Hour Minimum) Per Hour (2-Hour Minimum) Per Hour (2-Hour Minimum)

(3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9)

Roller Hockey Rink Swimming Pool Theatre Tennis Center Art Gallery Skate Park Gym

$100.00 $100.00 $100.00 $100.00 $100.00 $100.00 $100.00 $100.00 $100.00

(10) Senior Center Auditorium (11) Other Park Facilities Staffing Costs: Administrative Costs Site Preparation

$150.00 100% of staff hourly rate

The basic facility usage fee will be a minimum of $200. Each facility will be treated separately (i.e. parking, ball diamond, classroom, etc.). Parking will be assessed at $3 per parking space used up to an 8 hour period. If required by the Department Director, 100% of staff supervision with a 2 hour minimum will be assigned and will be compensated based on the applicable hourly rate. Notice: The Park, Recreation and Community Services Department will be given a minimum of 72 hours to determine availability, feasibility and staffing necessary to accommodate each request. For requests submitted after the stated notification period, all costs will be doubled. Cancellations: Administrative Costs will not be refunded. (I) Additional fees may apply if various City departments are required to process a film permit.

SECTION 6.

CITY CLERK SERVICES


(Added to Section 5 on 6/9/92, Resolution 23,624) (Moved to Section 6 on 6/25/96, Resolution 24,771) (Last Update 6/9/09, Resolution 27,921)

Description (A) Municipal Code Charges (1) Burbank Municipal Code (2) Copies of Printed BMC Pages (3) Subscription Service for Revisions Agenda Mailing Service

Amount

Unit/Time

$300.00 $0.20 $50.00 $150.00 $3.00 $150.00 $3.00

Set Page Annually Annually Each Annually Each

(B)

(C)

Minutes Mailing Service

Description (D) (E) Full Agenda Packet plus Postage Copies of Historical Photographs and/or Documents (black and white) Precinct Maps (1) 8.5" x 11" (2) 11"x 17" (3) 17" x 22"

Amount $30.00 $3.00

Unit/Time Each Each

(F)

$8.00 $13.00 $26.00 $100.00

Each Each Each Per Filing

(G) Requests or Proposals for the Dedication, Naming or Renaming of a City Facility (H) Elections Returns Report

$2.00

Per E-mail

SECTION 7.

METROLINK FEEDER SHUTTLE SERVICES


(Added to Section 6 on 7/25/95, Resolution 24,541) (Moved to Section 7 on 6/25/96, Resolution 24,771)

Description (A) Demand - Responsive Shuttles (1) Metrolink Downtown Shuttle (2) Metrolink Golden State Area Shuttle Fixed Route Shuttles (1) Burbank Media District Metrolink Shuttle (2) South San Fernando Boulevard and Flower Street Metrolink Shuttle

Amount

Unit/Time

$1.00 * Per Trip $1.00 * Per Trip

(B)

$1.00 * Per Trip $1.00 * Per Trip

* In lieu of cash, fare shall be waived upon proof of transfer from Metrolink or MTA bus.

SECTION 8.

FINANCE CHARGE - BILLED RECEIVABLES


(Added on 6/22/99, Resolution 25,543) (Last Update 6/22/10, Resolution 28,138)

Description (A) Annual Finance Charge On outstanding delinquent invoice balances (invoice becomes delinquent on 31st day after issuance) Return Item Fee Administrative Collection Service Fee Collection Agency Referral Fee

Amount 12%

Unit/Time Per Annum

(B) (C) (D)

$35.00 $30.00 $30.00

Per Item Each Each

SECTION 9.

APPEAL OF DECISION OF THE PERMIT APPEALS BOARD OR COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR


(Added on 6/13/00, Resolution 25,765) (Last Update 6/14/11, Resolution 28,350)

Description (A) Filing an Appeal from a Decision of the Community Development Director to deny, revoke, or suspend a business permit or business license. Filing an Appeal from a Decision of the Permit Appeals Board to deny, revoke, or suspend a business permit or business license.

Amount $200.00

Unit/Time Each

(B)

$400.00

Each

SECTION 10. PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICE SERVICES


(Added on 6/22/04, Resolution 26,737) (Last Update 6/14/11, Resolution 28,350) Description (A) (B) Provide Tape or DVD Stock and Duplication Services Public Education and Government Access (PEG) Fee Amount $10.00 1% of Gross Revenue Unit/Time Per Duplication Per Duplication

SECTION 11. CITY ATTORNEY SERVICES


(Added on 6/8/04, Resolution 26,737) (Last Update 6/9/09, Resolution 27,921) Description (A) Restitution Administrative Fee Amount $65.00 Unit/Time Each Hour (1-Hour Minimum)

SECTION 12. HUMAN RESOURCE SERVICES


(Added on 6/14/05, Resolution 26,994) (Last Update 6/20/06, Resolution 27,258) Description Amount Up to $10.00 $5.00 Not to Exceed $116.00 Unit/Time

(A) (B)

Notary Public Typing Test Certification

Per Signature Each

(C)

Fingerprinting

Per Applicant

ARTICLE II PUBLIC WORKS


SECTION 1. REFUSE COLLECTION FEES
(Added 9/27/83, Resolution 20,732) (Last Update 6/14/11, Resolution 28,350) Description (A) Residential Premises (1) Refuse Automated Containers (a) 35 Gallon (b) 64 Gallon (c) 101 Gallon (2) Second Automated Refuse Containers (a) 35 Gallon (b) 64 Gallon (c) 101 Gallon One Time Non-refundable Charges for Second Automated Refuse Containers (a) 35 Gallon (b) 64 Gallon (c) 101 Gallon Other Residential Dwellings: Apartment house, flats, duplexes, bungalow courts, and multiple dwellings with City bin Refuse Assistance Program (a) Single Family Dwelling (i) 35 Gallon (ii) 64 Gallon (iii) 101 Gallon (b) Other Residential Dwellings with Can Collection (c) Other Residential Dwellings with City Bin Service (d) Miscellaneous User Fee Assistance Amount Unit/Time

$16.20 Month $29.59 Month $46.77 Month

$16.20 Month $19.69 Month $21.99 Month

(3)

$60.96 One Time Charge $67.38 One Time Charge $80.21 One Time Charge

(4)

$23.67 Month

(5)

$14.15 $15.51 $24.52 $15.51 $12.42 $4.99

Month Month Month Month Month Month

(6) (B)

Extra pick-up fee charges are one-fourth of a customer's monthly collection rate.

Rental Fees for Bins Furnished to Residential Premises Capacity of Container 1 Cubic Yard 1 Day Each Additional Day 1 Day Each Additional Day 1 Day Each Additional Day $123.71 $99.24 $131.44 $99.24 $139.13 $99.24

2 Cubic Yards

3 Cubic Yards

Description 4 Cubic Yards 1 Day Each Additional Day 1 Day Each Additional Day

Amount $146.87 $99.24 $162.37 $99.24

Unit/Time

6 Cubic Yards

NOTE: These fees are for bin rental only and shall be billed and collected in addition to the fee imposed on residential accounts pursuant to Section 1(a) above. (C) Rental Fees for Bins Furnished for Manure Collection at Residential Premises Capacity of Container 1 Cubic Yard Bin Only No Black Container 1 Day Bin plus 64 Gallon Container 1 Day Each Additional Day 2 Cubic Yards Bin Only No Black Container 1 Day Bin plus 64 Gallon Container 1 Day Each Additional Day $139.60 $144.93 $99.24 $132.65 $137.97 $99.24 Monthly Charges

NOTE: These fees are for bin rental only and shall be billed and collected in addition to the fee imposed on residential accounts pursuant to Section 1(a) above. (D) Commercial and Industrial Premises (1) Schedule 1 - Containers Furnished by City: Capacity of Container 1 Cubic Yard 1 Day Each additional Day 1 Day Each additional Day 1 Day Each additional Day 1 Day Each additional Day 1 Day Each additional Day $196.17 $165.00 $235.97 $196.17 $276.83 $226.99 $317.96 $258.37 $402.60 $320.81

2 Cubic Yards

3 Cubic Yards

4 Cubic Yards

6 Cubic Yards

(2) (a)

Schedule 2 - Containers Approved by City: Commercial Automated 35 Gallon First Container Second Container $16.20 $16.20

Description 64 gallon First Container Second Container First Container Second Container

Amount $29.59 $19.69 $46.77 $21.99 1 Day $46.77 $68.76 $112.77 $156.77 *Cost

Unit/Time

101 Gallon

(b)

Commercial Automated Up to 101 Gallons 102 to 202 Gallons 203 to 404 Gallons 405 to 606 Gallons 607 Gallons and Up

* Cost shall be the actual cost to the City as determined by the Public Works Director (E) Temporary Bins 1 Cubic Yard Includes 4 Pick Ups Each Additional Pick Up Includes 4 Pick Ups Each Additional Pick Up Includes 4 Pick Ups Each Additional Pick Up $237.00 $49.04 $252.19 $58.99 $272.36 $69.21

2 Cubic Yards

3 Cubic Yards

(F)

Miscellaneous User Fee (1) (2) Multi-family w/residence Commercial/Industrial $9.53 Month $9.53 Month $93.46 Each Applicant/Annual $15.58 Each Applicant/Annual $77.88 Per Each Vehicle Used in the Business/Annual $40.79 Per Ton $52.14 Per Ton $46.30 Month 20% of Debt Total Due

(G) Annual Self-Hauler Permit Fee

(H)

Private Hauler Contractor Permit Fee

(I)

Private Hauler Contractor License Fee

(J) (K) (L)

Landfill Tipping Fee * Greenwaste Tipping Fee * Subterranean Fee

(M) Collection Agency Fee

* Fee charged to internal City departments and School District only. Outside public dumping not allowed to City's landfill. Note: The BUSD will have a 50% refuse bill subsidy for the schools.

SECTION 2. SEWER CONNECTION CHARGES


(Added 11/8/83, Resolution 20,791) (Last Update 6/20/06, Resolution 27,258) Description (A) Application for Sewer Tap Amount Unit/Time

$65.00 Application

SECTION 3. INDUSTRIAL WASTE DISPOSAL


(Added 11/8/83, Resolution 20,791) (Last Update 6/14/11, Resolution 28,350) Description (A) (B) Application Fee Annual Inspection Fee (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (C) Class I Discharger Class II Discharger Class III Discharger Class IV Discharger Class IV Batch Waste Containment Disposal by Hauling (WCDH) Federal Categorical Waste Containment (FCW) Waste Discharge Authorization $377.00 Each $789.00 Each $2,430.00 Each $7,073.00 Each $2,361.00 Each $163.00 Each $497.00 Each $26.00 Each Amount Unit/Time

$50.00 Application

Follow-Up/Enforcement Inspections Weekdays (Monday-Saturday) (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) Class I Discharger Class II Discharger Class III Discharger Class IV Discharger Class IV Batch WCDH Inspection Federal Categorical Waste Containment (FCW) $385.00 Each $772.00 Each $1,095.00 Each $1,544.00 Each $1,095.00 Each $255.00 Each $320.00 Each

(D)

Follow-Up/Enforcement Inspections Weekdays (Sundays and Holidays) (1) (2) (3) Class I Discharger Class II Discharger Class III Discharger $607.00 Each $971.00 Each $1,276.00 Each

10

Description (4) (5) (6) (7) (E) Class IV Discharger Class IV Batch WCDH Inspection Federal Categorical Waste Containment (FCW)

Amount

Unit/Time

$1,700.00 Each $1,276.00 Each $485.00 Each $547.00 Each 25% Fee

Delinquency Charge

SECTION 4. SEWER CHARGES


(Added 11/8/83, Resolution 20,791) (Last Update 6/14/11, Resolution 28,350) Description (A) Sewer Service Charges (1) Group I - Residential (per each dwelling unit) (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (2) Single-Family Residential Multi-Family Residential Apartments w/apartment residential fee attached Sewer Assistance Program Single Family Residential Sewer Assistance Program Multi-Family Residential $21.85 Month $18.64 Month $18.64 Month $11.66 Month $9.97 Month $1.86 HCF/$21.85 minimum per water meter $3.46 HCF/$34.63 minimum per water meter $6.59 HCF/$56.98 minimum per water meter Amount Unit/Time

Group 2 - Commercial/Industrial

(3)

Group 3 - Commercial/Industrial

(4)

Group 4 - Commercial/Industrial

(5)

Group 5 - Institutional * (a) (b) Schools - Elementary Schools - Other $0.36 Pupil/Month $0.71 Pupil/Month

* The BUSD will have a 40% sewer bill subsidy for the schools. (6) Group 6 - Large Volume Users (a) (b) (c) Flow Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BOD) Suspended Solids (SS) $1.52 Per 1,000 gallons $0.60 Per Pound of Organic Materials $0.49 Per Pound of Solids

(B)

Sewer Facilities Charge (see Exhibit A on pages 12, 13 and 14)

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EXHIBIT A CITY OF BURBANK PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT


SEWER FACILITIES CHARGE RATE SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2001 (BMC Sections 25-801, 25-802, 25-803, 25-711B)
SEWER FACILITIES CHARGE

SIC CODE

USER/OCCUPANCY TYPE Group I - Residential (a)

UNIT OF USAGE

CAPACITY UNITS

88 88 88 88

Multi-Family Apt or Condo Mobile Home Park Single Family Residential Dormitory or Boarding House Group II - Commercial (Low Strength)

Residence Dwelling Residence Bed

0.8194 0.7222 1.0000 0.3472

$667 $588 $814 $283

7 79 23 56 75 58 58 72 72 79 75 15 59 78 42 25 54 80 80 80 80 72 83 72 52 35 39 72 79

Agricultural/Landscaping Service Amusement & Recreation Svcs: Outdoor Apparel Product Manufacturing Apparel and Accessory Store Auto Parking Bar or Night Club without Restaurant Bar or Night Club without Restaurant Barber Shop Beauty Shop Bowling/Skating Car Wash (Tunnel Area, with Recycling) Construction Service (Field Office) Department and Retail Stores (No Restaurants) Durable Goods - Wholesale Trade Freight Trucking Svcs & Warehousing Furniture and Fixture Manufacturing Grocery Market w/out Butcher or Baker Health Services: Hospital Health Services: Other Health Services: Psychiatric/Convalescent Health Services: Surgical Health Spa Homeless Shelter Laundromat, Public Lumber Yard, Hardware or Gardening Sales Machine Shop (Excluding Electrical) Manufacturing, Other Massage Parlor Motion Pictures, Indoor Amusement

1000 SF Entrant 1000 SF 1000 SF 1000 SF 1000 SF Seat 1000 SF 1000 SF 1000 SF 1000 SF Office 1000 SF 1000 SF 1000 SF 1000 SF 1000 SF Bed 1000 SF Bed Bed 1000 SF Bed Washer 1000 SF 1000 SF 1000 SF 1000 SF 1000 SF

0.0993 0.0397 0.3971 0.3177 0.0993 1.6204 0.0833 0.3971 1.1120 0.3177 15.0554 0.5957 0.3971 0.3177 0.0794 0.0993 0.3971 0.7933 1.3222 0.3306 1.9833 1.0921 0.3306 1.3387 0.3971 0.3177 0.3177 1.0921 0.3177

$81 $32 $323 $259 $81 $1,318 $68 $323 $905 $259 $12,251 $485 $323 $259 $65 $81 $323 $646 $1,076 $269 $1,614 $889 $269 $1,089 $323 $259 $259 $889 $259

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PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT


SEWER FACILITIES CHARGE RATE SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2001 (BMC Sections 25-801, 25-802, 25-803, 25-711B)
Group II - Commercial (Low Strength) (Cont'd) 79 84 59 89 40 79 58 59 72 42 78 7 42 50/51 Motion Pictures/Theater/Auditorium Museum, Art Gallery Nursery or Greenhouse Professional Offices Railroad Transportation Facility Recreational Vehicle Park Restaurant: Preprocessed Food Shopping Center Soft Water Service Storage, Outdoor Studios: Production/Recording Sound Stage Veterinarian Warehouse Storage, Indoor Wholesale Trade/Sales Group II Low Strength Not Listed Group III - Commercial (Medium Strength) 45 58 20 28 70 7 38 72 72 53 38 33 72 30 27 75 55 23 37 49 24 Air Transport Fixed Facility Bar or Night Club with Restaurant Beverage Manufacturing Chemicals & Allied Product Mfg Hotel, Motel or Lodging (Excd Dining) Kennel Laboratory Laundromat, Commercial Laundry, Industrial Mall (with Food Services) Medical Lab Metal Industry Mortuary Plastic Product Manufacturing Printing, Publishing & Allied Industry Repair Station, Automobile Service Station, Automobile Textile Manufacturing Transport Eqpt Mfg (Incd Aircraft) Water Supply Service Wood Product Manufacturing Group III Medium Strength Not Listed 1000 SF 1000 SF 1000 SF (b) Room 1000 SF 1000 SF Washer 1000 SF 1000 SF 1000 SF (b) 1000 SF (b) 1000 SF 1000 SF Station (b) (b) (b) 1000 SF 1000 SF 0.4953 3.0524 4.4096 0.0000 0.6203 0.5946 1.3390 0.6688 35.3114 0.5810 1.3244 0.0000 0.7205 1.2201 1.2201 0.6390 2.4446 0.0000 1.2201 1.2201 0.1918 0.4761 $403 $2,484 $3,588 $993 $505 $484 $1,090 $544 $28,733 $473 $1,078 $993 $586 $993 $993 $520 $1,989 $993 $993 $156 $387 Seat 1000 SF 1000 SF 1000 SF 1000 SF Space 1000 SF 1000 SF 1000 SF 1000 SF 1000 SF 1000 SF 1000 SF 1000 SF 1000 SF 0.0159 0.0794 0.0993 0.5122 0.3971 0.2546 0.5556 0.3971 0.5739 0.0993 0.3177 1.1120 0.0794 0.3971 0.4043 $13 $65 $81 $417 $323 $207 $452 $323 $467 $81 $259 $905 $65 $323 $329

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PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT


SEWER FACILITIES CHARGE RATE SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2001 (BMC Sections 25-801, 25-802, 25-803, 25-711B)
Group IV - Commercial (High Strength) 20 20 20 70 28 58 58 58 58 58 49 54 Bakery Dairy Product Manufacturing Food Product Mfg (Industrial) Hotel with Dining Facilities Paint Manufacturing and Usage Restaurant or Deli: Take-out Restaurant, Cafeteria or Full Service Restaurant, Fast Food Restaurant, Other Restaurant: Coffee/Donut Shop Septage Supermarket (Grocery) with Butcher or Baker Group IV High Strength Not Listed Group V - Institutional 86 86 86 86 92 82 82 82 82 82 82 83 Church Church Community Center (No Kitchen) Membership Organizations Prison with Food Services School: Day Care, Elem & Junior High School: High School: Other School: Private School: University or College School: Vocational Social Services Group V Institutional Not Listed 1000 SF Seat Occupant 1000 SF Inmate Student Student 1000 SF 1000 SF Student Student 1000 SF 1000 SF 0.1986 0.0199 0.0159 0.4964 0.8684 0.0353 0.0530 0.7064 0.7064 0.0706 0.0530 0.5787 0.4964 $162 $16 $13 $404 $707 $29 $43 $575 $575 $57 $43 $471 $404 1000 SF 1000 SF 1000 SF (c) 1000 SF 1000 SF Seat Seat 1000 SF 1000 SF 1000 SF 1000 SF 3.5876 7.4065 1.9207 0.0000 5.2046 3.8438 0.3075 0.2563 10.5705 3.5876 0.0000 1.8792 3.8438 $2,919 $6,027 $1,563 $4,235 $3,128 $250 $209 $8,601 $2,919 $1,529 $3,128

(a) (b) (c)

Proposed rate is based on the typical discharges of the SFD and MFD. Evaluate Individual Process Discharges. Default value is as shown. Allocate to the restaurant and lodging.

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SECTION 5.

MISCELLANEOUS SEWER CHARGES


(Added 11/8/83, Resolution 20,791) (Last Update 6/14/11, Resolution 28,350)

Description (A) (B) (C) (D) Draining Swimming Pool Sewer Capacity Analysis

Amount $28.00 $300.00

Unit/Time Occurrence Each

The maximum reimbursement amount will be $4,250+$125 per foot of damaged sewer lateral replaced. Collection Agency Fee 20% or Debt Total Due

SECTION 6.

FEES FOR INTERSTATE TRUCK TERMINALS AND ACCESS ROUTES


(Added 1/29/85, Resolution 21,171) (Last Update 6/22/99, Resolution 25,543)

Description (A) Application Fee

Amount $250.00

Unit/Time Each Terminal and/or Access Route Each Terminal Trailblazer Sign and/or Terminal Identification Sign Each Terminal and/or Access Route

(B)

Sign Fee

$75.00

(C)

Annual Fee

$50.00

SECTION 7.

MISCELLANEOUS STREET FEES


(Added 3/31/87, Resolution 21,954) (Last Update 6/14/11, Resolution 28,350)

Description (A) Streets and Public Service Easements Vacation

Amount Cost * $1,200.00 Minimum Cost * $250.00 Minimum

Unit/Time Application/ Petition

(B)

Street Name Change Request

Application/ Petition

* Cost shall be the actual cost to the City as determined by the Public Works Director. (C) Fee for Discharge of Water onto Streets $28.00 Application

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Description (D) Encroachments (1) Required by UBC 4401

Amount

Unit/Time

$0.01

Each square foot of public right-of-way occupied per day $200 minimum.

(2)

Other Encroachments (except as provided for below in subparagraphs 3 through 6)

$0.01 ** Each square foot of public right-of-way occupied per day or $250, whichever is greater for the first year or any portion thereof, the fee shall be $0.01per square foot of public right-ofway occupied per day or $100, whichever is greater. $150.00 ** Encroachment Agreement and Recording Fee $150.00 ** Annual Fee (Resolution 24,643) $12.00 Per Permit/ Annually (FY) $150.00 per Monitoring Well; Annually

(3)

Encroachments in Residential Zones by Adjacent Property Owners

(4) (5)

Outside Restaurant Seating Encroachment Temporary Open House Signs in Public Right-ofWay Permit Groundwater Monitoring Wells in the Public Rightof-Way

(6)

$150.00

Fees charged to any telecommunications company that certifies to the Public Works Director that it is exempt from such fees under state or federal law shall not exceed the Citys actual costs for right of way management, as determined by the Public Works Director. ** Recording fees are to be paid by permittees for permits/agreements. (E) Excavation/Construction Permit, Street Use Permit and Haul Route Approval $50.00 Permit; Plus Deposit Per BMC Section 13206(b) Per Sheet; Plus Deposit Per BMC Section 13-206(b)

(F)

Excavation/Construction Permit, Street Use Permit and Haul Route Plan Check Approval (Routing Required)

$100.00

(G) Commencing Excavation/Construction/Street Use Without a Permit (1) Single Family Residence

$100.00

Per Permit per BMC Section 13-206(b) Residential Per Permit per BMC Section 13-206(b) Commercial

(2)

Multi-Family/Commercial Property

$500.00

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Description (H) Weekly Street Sweeping: (1) (2) (3) All Electrical Account * Lifeline Accounts School Accounts

Amount

Unit/Time

$0.00 $0.00 $0.00

Per Month Per Month Per Month

* This does not include lifeline and school accounts. Those specific accounts are predicated on an adopted 40% rate reduction and the applicable amounts are delineated above.

(I) (J)

Monthly Parking Permit Fee Parking Restrictions (1) (2) Installation and Maintenance Fee Repeat Curb Painting Provided to Businesses

$50.00

Per Month

$100.00/First 25 Feet; $2.00/Foot Thereafter $100.00/First 25 Feet; $2.00/Foot Thereafter $75.00 $25.00 $50.00 $10.00

Per Installation Per Year

(K) (L)

Fee to Block Catch Basins Fee to Clean Catch Basins

5 Catch Basins (Minimum Fee) 1 Catch Basin First Address/Unit Each Additional Address/Unit Each

(M) Change of Address Fee

(N)

Preferential Parking Permit Replacement Fee

$20.00

(O) Valet Operator (1) (2) (3) (4) (P) Application Fee Annual Renewal Application - Temporary Service (less than 7 days) Valet Operator Appeal $300.00 $75.00 $150.00 $300.00 Each Annual Each Each

Engineering Consulting Fees

Consulting fee will be actual project cost plus 10% for administration $5.00 $5.00 Per Permit Block Per Permit

(Q) Large Non-Commercial Vehicle Parking Permit (R) Day Use Visitor Parking Permit

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SECTION 8.

OVERLOAD PERMITS
(Added to Section 9 on 5/30/89, Resolution 22,681) (Moved to Section 8 on 11/19/91, Resolution 23,473) (Last Update 6/20/06, Resolution 27,258)

Description (A) Permit Fees (1) Single Trip Issuance (Additional Day) Annual Issuance

Amount

Unit/Time

$20.00 $2.00 $100.00

Each Trip/Day (30 days Max./Year) Per Year

(2) (B)

Escorts and Inspections (1) (2) Escorted Move Escorted Move Inspection $15.00 $300.00 Each Trip/Day As Needed *

* Inspection fee charged for one move between the hours of 11:00 pm and 5:00 am. Additional moves under the
same permit will be charged an additional $300.00 fee, per night. Moves which continue past 5:00 am will be charged for an inspection on an actual cost basis, with a minimum additional fee of $300.00

SECTION 9.

PLACEMENT AND RENTAL OF STREET SAFETY DEVICES


(Added to Section 10 on 10/8/91, Resolution 23,446) (Moved to Section 9 on 11/19/91, Resolution 23,473)

Description (A) Initial Cost Including Delivery, Maintenance and Pick-Up (1) (2) (B) Day Time Delivery Night Time Delivery

Amount

Unit/Time

$65.00 $85.00

Per Incident Per Incident

Rental Rates for Delivered Devices * (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) Lighted Barricades Barricades Delineator Small Traffic Control Sign Large Traffic Control Sign $7.00 $5.00 $4.00 $8.00 $10.00 Each Per Day Each Per Day Each Per Day Each Per Day Each Per Day

* Additionally, property owner/contractor shall be billed for damaged or destroyed safety devices.

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SECTION 10.

NEWSRACK REGISTRATION FEES


(Added 9/5/95, Resolution 24,573) (Last Update 6/17/08, Resolution 27,712)

Description (A) Initial Registration Fee

Amount $50.00

Unit/Time Each Individual Newsrack Each Individual Newsrack Each Individual Newsrack Container, Plus Sidewalk Restoration Fees per Excavation Permit Fee and Deposit (BMC 13-206) if Required Each Individual Newsrack (BMC 201009)

(B)

Annual Registration Renewal Fee

$15.00

(C)

Code Violation or Unsafe Condition which Constitutes the Removal of the Newsrack

$100.00

(D)

Release of Impounded Newsrack Fee

$85.00

SECTION 11.

TRAFFIC PLAN CHECK AND STUDY FEES


(Added 6/22/04, Resolution 26,737) (Last Update 6/20/06, Resolution 27,258)

Description (A) Building Permit Review

Amount $130.00

Unit/Time Per Project Base Fee

$45.00 (B) Traffic Control Plan Review $100.00 or $65/hr whichever is more $475.00 or $70/hr whichever is more (C) Sign/Signing Plan Review $425.00 or $105/hr whichever is more $530.00 or $120/hr whichever is more

Each 1,000 Square Feet Each - Short Term (up to 3 days)

Each - Long Term (more than 3 days)

Each

(D)

Traffic Signal Plan Review

Each

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SECTION 12.

SUBDIVISION FEES
(Added 6/20/06, Resolution 27,258) (Last Update 6/17/08, Resolution 27,712)

Description (A) (B) (C) Release of Subdivision Map Deposit per BMC 27-607 Deposit Processing Fee Subdivision and Engineering Plan Check Fee

Amount $500.00 $50.00 $150.00 or $75/hr whichever is more $750.00

Unit/Time Per Map Per Map Per Sheet/Permit

(D)

Monumentation (Centerline Ties) Deposit or Centerline Tie-off Approved by the Director of Public Works

Per Intersection as Determined by the Director of Public Works For establishing the first surveying point (monumentation) and $300.00 for each additional point

(E)

Deposit for property tags and/or monumentation "to be set" for Parcel and Tract Maps

$1,000.00

SECTION 13.

GRAFFITI REMOVAL FEES


(Added 6/22/10, Resolution 28,138) Amount $12.00 $8.00 $12.00 $11.00

Description (A) (B) (C) (D) Graffiti Removal - Paint & Additional Color Graffiti Removal - Chemical Graffiti Removal - Water Blast Graffiti Removal - Private Trash Bins

Unit/Time Per Square Foot Per Square Foot Per Square Foot Per Trash Bin

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ARTICLE III LAND USE AND ZONING


SECTION 1. ZONING PROCEDURES AND AMENDMENTS
(Added 10/18/83, Resolution 20,760) (Last Update 6/14/11, Resolution 28,350) Description (A) Conditional Use Permits (CUP) (1) (2) (3) (B) Basic Single Family Residential Alcohol $1,860.00 $1,050.00 $1,875.00 $3,000.00 $1,890.00 $1,215.00 Application Application Application Application Application Application Amount Unit/Time

General Plan Amendments Development Review Second Dwelling Unit

(C) (1) (2)

(D) Variance (1) (2) (3) (E) (F) Basic Single Family Residential Major Fence Exception $1,705.00 $973.00 $390.00 $8,015.00 $8,775.00 $3,100.00 $3,000.00 Application Application Application Application Application Application Application

Planned Development Development Agreement

(G) Zone Map Amendment (H) Zone Text Amendment (I)

Administrative Use Permits (AUP) and Other Administrative Permits (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) Condominium Conversion Maps Large Family Child Care Home Occupation Music Lessons Single Family Hillside Development Permit Other Single Family Permits Minor Fence Exception - Citywide Minor Fence Exception - Hillside Area All Other AUPs (includes commercial child care facility, residential adjacent night operations, schools-public or private, post-production parking, etc.) $1,283.00 $548.00 $200.00 $860.00 $628.00 $235.00 $100.00 $1,060.00 Application Application Application Application Application Application Application Application

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Description (J) Appeal (1) By Applicant

Amount

Unit/Time

$250 or 50% of application fee whichever is less $125 or 50% of application fee whichever is less 100% of Fee

Filing

(2)

By Others

Filing

(K)

Request For Time Extension or amendment of conditions of approval Preparation of Covenants (includes accessory structure, off-site shared parking, reversals, etc.)

Request

(L)

$400.00

Request

(M) Plan Check (N) Inclusionary Housing Fee

$50.00

Permit

PROJECT SIZE 14+ units 10 - 14 units 5 - 9 units

OWNERSHIP PROJECTS (per square foot) $20.07 $16.46 $11.24

RENTAL PROJECTS (per square foot) $10.27 $8.42 $5.75

(O) Minor Setback Exception

$50.00

Permit

SECTION 2.

ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENTS
(Added 10/18/83, Resolution 20,760) (Last Update 6/14/11, Resolution 28,350)

Description (A) (B) Environmental Assessments (Initial Study) Environmental Review

Amount $1,200 Cost* 100% of Estimated Cost $10,000.00** $2,500.00*** Cost*

Unit/Time Prior to Hearing Prior to Hearing Application Application Application Prior to Hearing

(C) Deposit

(D) Citywide Traffic Model Rental Fee (1) Support for City Traffic Modeler (Administration Fee) (E) Traffic Analysis and/or Studies

* Cost shall be the actual cost to the City as determined by the City Planner. In the event a consultant is retained, cost shall be the total cost of the services of the consultant and 10% (except for Traffic Analysis and/or Studies 15%) of said cost to cover City analysis and overhead expenses.

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** Fee shall be applied if project horizon year is five years or more and/or the project is expected to generate more than 1,000 peak hour trips. *** Fee shall be applied if project horizon year is less than five years or more and/or the project is expected to generate less than 1,000 peak hour trips to cover traffic model support for all traffic studies.

SECTION 3.

SUBDIVISIONS
(Added 10/18/83, Resolution 20,760) (Last Update 6/14/11, Resolution 28,350)

Description (A) Parcel Maps (1) (2) (B) Basic Charge for Tentative Additional Charge per Lot for Tentative

Amount

Unit/Time

$1,825.00 $50.00 $1,000.00

Application Application Applicaton

Lot Line Adjustments

(C) Subdivision Maps (1) (2) Basic for Tentative Additional Charge per Lot for Tentative $1,950.00 $50.00 $500.00 $1,950.00 Application Application Request Request

(D) Certificate of Compliance (E) Reversion of Acreage

SECTION 4.

MISCELLANEOUS
(Added 10/18/83, Resolution 20,760) (Last Update 6/20/06, Resolution 27,258)

Description (A) Inspections/Consulting Services * (1) Regular Business Hours

Amount

Unit/Time

1-1/2 Employee Hourly Rate 1-3/4 Employee Hourly Rate $150.00

Hour/Minute of One Hour Hour/Minute of One Hour Bedroom as Defined by BMC After 11/1/86

(2)

Other than Regular Business Hours

(B)

Park Facility Development Fee

* Inspections, or special consulting services requested by an applicant, shall be over and above regular permit fees.

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ARTICLE IV ANIMAL SHELTER FEES


SECTION 1. FEES FOR IMPOUNDING
(Added 11/1/83, Resolution 20,785) (Last Update 6/14/11, Resolution 28,350) Description (A) Dog (1) (2) (3) (4) 1st Time Impounded Within 12 Months 2nd Time Impounded Within 12 Months 3rd Time Impounded Within 12 Months 4th Time Impounded Within 12 Months $25.00 * Dog $35.00 * Dog $45.00 * Dog $60.00 * Dog Amount Unit/Time

* A state surcharge will be added to this fee per the California Food and Agricultural Code 30804.7. Cat - Impound Fee Other Animals - Impound Fee (B) Impounding/Boarding - Dogs and Cats $25.00 $25.00 $10.00 Cat Animal Animal/Day or Fraction Thereof

Impounding/Boarding - Other Animals (C) Pick Up and Disposal (1) (2) (3) (4) Each dog Each cat Any other animal Dead animals from an animal hospital

Cost

$20.00 ** Pick up $20.00 ** Pick up $20.00 ** Pick up $20.00 Pick up

(D) Disposal (1) (2) Any dead animal left at shelter Injured, sick or old animal brought in by owner $8.00 ** Per Animal $20.00 ** Per Animal

** Suggested/Voluntary Donation (E) Vaccination Fee (1) Dogs (a) (b) (c) 6 in 1 Bordetella Rabies $10.00 $8.00 $6.00 Per Vaccination Per Vaccination Per Vaccination

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Description (2) Cats (a) (F) FVRCP

Amount

Unit/Time

$8.00 Varies

Per Vaccination Each

Miscellaneous Veterinary Fees

(G) Miscellaneous Medication Fees

Varies

Suggested Voluntary Donation Suggested Voluntary Donation

(H) Miscellaneous Laboratory Fees

Varies

SECTION 2. REGISTRATION FEES


(Added 11/1/83, Resolution 20,785) (Last Update 6/14/11, Resolution 28,350) Description (A) Dogs - 4 Months or Older (1) (2) (3) (4) (B) Cats Unaltered Spayed or neutered Special owners, altered animals only Service Dogs (seeing eye, signal, police, guide, etc.) $100.00 $20.00 $5.00 $0.00 $5.00 $15.00 $15.00 $3.00 100% Dog/Annual Dog/Annual Dog/Annual Dog/Annual Cat Horse/Annual Animal/Annual Each Per Year/ Fee Due Amount Unit/Time

(C) Horses (D) Wild Animal (E) (F) Lost/Stolen Tag Penalty - Failure to Secure License

(G) Trap Fee (1) (2) Deposit Rental $50.00 $2.00 Each Day

(H) Animal Carrier Fee (1) (2) Deposit Rental $25.00 $2.00 Each Day - After the First Day

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Description (I) Cardboard Cat Carrier Fee

Amount $6.50

Unit/Time Each

SECTION 3. ADOPTION FEES


(Added 6/9/92, Resolution 23,624) (Last Update 6/22/10, Resolution 28,138) Description (A) Dogs (1) (2) (B) Cats (1) (2) Previously altered Altered by the City $35.00 $70.00 Each Each Previously altered Altered by the City $45.00 $80.00 Each Each Amount Unit/Time

(C) Rabbits (1) (2) Previously altered Altered by the City $15.00 $30.00 Each Each

(D) Micro Chipping Service * This service is free of charge for all animals adopted out.

$10.00 * Each

SECTION 4. FEE WAIVERS FOR SPECIAL ANIMAL SHELTER EVENTS


(Added 6/22/99, Resolution 25,543) (Last Update 6/22/10, Resolution 28,138) (A) With the approval of the Chief of Police or his designee, the Animal Shelter Superintendent may designate specific days or weeks for special fee events such as Senior Day or Senior Week. These events will be scheduled to encourage adoption from the Animal Shelter and allow the Chief of Police or his designee to waive fees. The Animal Shelter will publicize the events along with eligibility requirements. Eligibility requirements will be set by the Animal Shelter Superintendent.

(B)

Notwithstanding the Fees established in Section 2, Registration Fees and Section 3, Adoption Fees of this Article, all applicable fees will be waived for the adoption of a dog, cat, or bunny as a personal pet by eligible participants such designated periods. The waiver is for the specified fees and will be at the time of the adoption only, and does not affect any future fees, such as the next years registration.

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ARTICLE V PUBLIC SAFETY


SECTION 1. PARAMEDIC AMBULANCE SERVICES (Conforming to the County of Los Angeles General Public Ambulance Rates)
(Added 10/18/83, Resolution 20,762) (Last Update 6/21/05, Resolution 27,010) Description (A) Paramedic Ambulance Services Amount Unit/Time

Fees for Advanced Life Support (ALS), Basic Life Support (BLS), and all other fees for Paramedic Ambulance Services shall conform to the current rates allowed by the Los Angeles County Department of Health Services, General Public Ambulance Rates, and shall be automatically adjusted to conform with any changes in those rates. $4.00 Month $48.00 One Payment/Year $10.00

(B)

EMS Membership Fees (1) Monthly fee rate per household (2) Annual fee rate per household (3) Membership reinstatement fee

SECTION 2.

PUBLIC SAFETY ALARMS


(Added 11/13/84, Resolution 21,113) (Last Update 6/19/07, Resolution 27,486)

Description (A) Registration Certificates (1) Initial Registration (2) Renewal for systems with two or fewer false alarms during preceding 12 months (3) Renewal for systems with three or more false alarms during preceding 12 months (4) Penalty for failure to register after 90 days Response to False Alarm - Fire Department (1) Commercial, Industrial or Institutional Properties (a) 3 or less responses each calendar year (b) 4 or more responses each calendar year (2) Residential Properties (a) 3 or less responses each calendar year (b) 4 or more responses each calendar year Emergency Medical Responses Special service calls, such as flooded conditions, lock-out, lock-in, and rescues

Amount

Unit/Time

$25.00 Each $0 Annual $25.00 Annual $20.00 Application

(B)

$0 Each $250.00 Each response over 3 $0 Each $110.00 Each response over 3 $45.00 Each $25.00 Each

(3) (4)

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Description (C) Response to False Alarm - Police Department (1) 2 or less responses each calendar year (2) (3) (D) 3rd response each calendar year 4 or more responses each calendar year

Amount

Unit/Time

$0 Each $75.00 Each response over 2 $100.00 Each $25.00 Each

Change in response status

SECTION 3.

MOUNTAIN FIRE ZONE BRUSH VIOLATION


(Added 6/19/07, Resolution 27,486)

Description (A) Failure to meet brush clearance requirements by the June 1 deadline (1) First Notice (2) Second Notice (3) Third Notice *

Amount

Unit/Time

$0 Each $280.00 Each $280.00 Each

* Subsequent to the third notice property owners will be subject to prosecution by the City Attorney in the form of further fines, restitution, and possible incarceration for failure to comply with BMC Section 15-1-1103.2.4

SECTION 4.

MISCELLANEOUS PUBLIC SAFETY CHARGES


(Added 9/3/85, Resolution 21,399) (Last Update 6/17/03, Resolution 26,506)

Description (A) (B) (C) (D) Citizen CPR Class Fire Cause Investigation CERT Fee Corporate Fee

Amount

Unit/Time

$8.00 4-Hour Class $500.00 Each $50.00 Each $2,500.00 Each

SECTION 5.

HAZARDOUS MATERIALS
(Added 4/28/87, Resolution 21,987) (Last Update 6/17/08, Resolution 27,712)

Description (A) Base Rate (Inspection, Business Plan review, assist in completion of inventory forms, penalty for entry verification, per hour or portion thereof.)

Amount

Unit/Time

$91.00 Hour

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Description (B) Administration Fee (to be paid by all businesses, or portions thereof as determined by the Chief, which are required to provide a business plan for hazardous materials and/or waste.) (1) Solids (a) 500 - 1,000 lbs (b) 1,001 - 5,000 lbs. (c) 5,001 - 10,000 lbs. (d) 10,001 -25,000 lbs. (e) 25,001 - 50,000 lbs. (f) 50,000 lbs. and over (2) Liquids (a) 55 - 250 gallons (b) 251 - 500 gallons (c) 501 - 1,000 gallons (d) 1,001 - 5,000 gallons (e) 5,001 - 10,000 gallons (f) 10,000 gallons and over Gases (a) 200 - 500 cubic feet (b) 501 - 2,000 cubic feet (c) 2,001 - 5,000 cubic feet (d) 5,001 - 10,000 cubic feet (e) 10,001 - 25,000 cubic feet (f) 25,000 cubic feet and over Underground Storage Tanks Acutely Hazardous Materials (AHM) Fee

Amount

Unit/Time

$173.00 $339.00 $512.00 $850.00 $1,188.00 $1,695.00

Year Year Year Year Year Year

$173.00 $339.00 $512.00 $850.00 $1,188.00 $1,695.00

Year Year Year Year Year Year

(3)

$173.00 $339.00 $512.00 $850.00 $1,188.00 $1,695.00

Year Year Year Year Year Year

(4) (5)

$176.00 *Year $91.00 Per Each AHM

* This fee applies to quantities of Hazardous Materials stored in underground storage tanks, in lieu of Subsections 5(B)(1)(2)(3). In accordance with H&SC Section 25503.5(c), materials that are stored for resale may be exempt from these fees. (C) Additional Charges, Surcharges and Penalties (1) Number of Reported Hazardous Materials (a) Less than 50 (Pure of mixture) (b) More than 50 (Pure of mixture) (2) Hazard Classification Fee The Hazard Classification fee is to be calculated by adding each hazard category that equals or exceeds 1 and each special hazard category. The maximum hazard category fee is not to exceed $76.00 (a) Fire Hazard Rating (1-4) (b) Health Hazard Rating (1-4) (c) Reactivity Hazard Rating (1-4) (d) Special Hazard Rating (multiple categories) $19.00 $19.00 $19.00 $19.00 Category Category Category Category

$0.00 Amount of Fee $0.56 Per Material

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Description (3) (4) (5) Delinquent Payment of Fee Review of Phase II Environmental Site Assessment Report Reimbursement of expenses incurred by City in mitigating or cleaning up any threatened or unauthorized release of any hazardous material.

Amount

Unit/Time

40% Amount of Fee $181.00 Per Submittal 100% Actual Cost

SECTION 6.

POLICE SERVICES AT PARTIES, GATHERINGS OR EVENTS ON PRIVATE PROPERTY


(Added 5/30/89, Resolution 22,680) (Last Update 6/20/06, Resolution 27,258)

Description (A) Rates for Police personnel will be based on the current top step of the overtime salary range. For time less than an hour, the charge will be based on the next highest 15 minute period or portion thereof. Helicopter (to be billed in addition to staff time)

Amount

Unit/Time

(B)

$425.00 Hour

SECTION 7.

UNDERGROUND TANKS/HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES, HAZARDOUS WASTE


(Added 12/19/89, Resolution 22,845) (Last Update 6/17/08, Resolution 27,712)

Description (A) Administrative Fees (1) Permit fee per tank (2) Tank removal/closure/installation abandonment (includes 1 hour inspection) (3) Review and Evaluation of State and Federal required Leak Detection and Tank Monitoring Program and Proposal Inspection of new/removal or abandonment after 1 hour Plan check review of new and existing underground tank system modifications, alterations, and charges. Review of Phase II Environmental Site Assessment Report Review Corrective Action Work Plan Proposal Transfer Permit to New Owner Delinquent Payment of Fee

Amount

Unit/Time

$362.00 Year $136.00 Per Tank $136.00 Per Tank

(4) (5)

$91.00 Hour $181.00 Per Facility $91.00 Resubmittal $181.00 Per Submittal $91.00 Hour or Portion Thereof $362.00 Per Permit 40% Amount of Fee

(6) (7) (8) (9)

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SECTION 8.

FIRE PERMIT AND LIFE SAFETY PLAN CHECK FEES


(Added 12/18/90, Resolution 23,149) (Last Update 6/17/08, Resolution 27,712)

Fire Permit Fees


Description Aboveground Storage Tanks (Installation) Aboveground Storage Tanks (Annual) Aerosol Products Aircraft Refueling Vehicles Aircraft Repair Hangar Asbestos Removal Assembly (see Places of Assembly) Automobile Wrecking Yard Battery System Bowling Pin or Alley Refinishing Candles and Open Flames in Assembly Areas Carnivals and Fairs Cellulose Nitrate Film Cellulose Nitrate Storage Combustible Fiber Storage Combustible Material Storage Compressed Gases Commercial Rubbish Handling Operation Cryogens Dry Cleaning Plants Dust-Producing Operations Explosives or Blasting Agents Fire Hydrants & Water-Control Valves (BWP Permit) Fireworks Flammable or Combustible Liquids and Tanks not covered by Hazardous Material Fruit Ripening Fumigation or Thermal Insecticidal Fogging Garage, Vehicle Repair (permit R-3) Hazardous Materials - See Hazardous Material Fee Schedule Hazardous Production Materials - See Hazardous Material Fee Schedule High-Piled Combustible Storage Amount Unit/Time

$362.00 Installation $181.00 Tank/Year $181.00 Year $181.00 Year $181.00 Year $91.00 Year -

$181.00 Year $181.00 Year $181.00 Year $91.00 Year/Event $181.00 Event $181.00 Year $181.00 Year $181.00 Year $181.00 Year $181.00 Year/Event $181.00 Year $181.00 Year/Event $181.00 Year $181.00 Year $181.00 Year -

$181.00 Each $181.00 Year $181.00 Year $181.00 Year -

$181.00 Year

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Description Helicopter Operations Hot Works Operations Junk Yards (permit C-8) Liquefied Petroleum Gases Liquid-or-Gas-Fueled Vehicles or Equipment in Assembly Buildings Lumber Yards Magnesium Working Mall Covered - (as Place of Assembly) Mall Covered (Special Use) Matches Motor Vehicle Fuel Dispensing Station Nitrate Film (permit C-3) Occupant Load Increase Open Burning Organic Coatings Ovens, Industrial Baking or Drying Parade Floats Places of Assembly Occupant Load 50-300 Places of Assembly Occupant Load 301-1,000 Places of Assembly Occupant Load 1,001- 5,000 Places of Assembly Occupant load over 5,000 Pyrotechnical Special Effects Material Radioactive Materials Refrigeration Equipment Repair Garage Special Effects (permit P3) Spraying and Dipping Temporary Membrane Structures, Tents & Canopies Tire Recapping Tire Storage Waste Material Handling Plant (permit C-8) Welding and Cutting Operations (Hot Work) (permit H-5) Wood Products Storage Other (any permit required by the Chief, and not otherwise covered above, based on actual time expended)

Amount

Unit/Time

$181.00 Each $91.00 Year/Event -

$181.00 Year/Event $91.00 Event $181.00 Year $181.00 Year $362.00 Each $91.00 Year $91.00 Each $181.00 Year -

$91.00 Event $91.00 Event $181.00 Year $181.00 Year $91.00 Each $91.00 Year/Event $181.00 Year/Event $272.00 Year/Event $362.00 Year/Event $91.00 Each $181.00 Year/Event $91.00 Year $181.00 Year -

$91.00 Year $91.00 Event $181.00 Year $181.00 Year -

$91.00 Year $91.00 Hour

* Note: Permit Fees are computed at $91.00 per hour. Any permit requiring additional inspection time shall be billed at $91.00 per hour or portion thereof.

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Description

Amount

Unit/Time

Periodic Inspection Fees


Inspection fees are charged at $91.00 per hour and shall be charged for the following: Fire/Life Safety Inspection (Health & Safety Code Sect. 13217) Code Violation Inspection (BMC 15-1-103.4.3.1.1). Investigation for work, operation, or action without permit (BMC 15-1-105.7.1). Other Fire Permit Fees requiring additional inspection time as required by the Fire Chief. Note: Schools and non-profit organizations are exempt from this fee.

Plan Check/Field Inspection Fees


TOTAL FEE = BASE AMOUNT + NUMBER OF UNITS + INSPECTION FEE Base Amount $181.00 $1.00 1-25 26-50 51-75 76-100 101+ Life Safety System for High Rise and Mid-Rise Buildings Plus: Per Alarm Device $272.00 $1.00 101-125 126-150 151-175 176-200 201-225 226-250 251-275 276-300 301-325 326-350 351-375 376-400 401-425 426-450 451-475 476-500 500+ TOTAL FEE = BASE AMOUNT + NUMBER OF UNITS + INSPECTION FEE $453.00 $543.00 $634.00 $724.00 $814.00 $905.00 $995.00 $1,086.00 $1,176.00 $1,267.00 $1,357.00 $1,447.00 $1,538.00 $1,628.00 $1,719.00 $1,809.00 $1,900.00 $91.00 $181.00 $272.00 $362.00 See Life Safety No. of Devices

Description Fire Alarm System/Fire Alarm Monitoring Plus: Per Alarm Device

Unit/Each

Amount

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Description Fire Sprinkler or Combined Systems per Riser Plus: Per Head

Base Amount $181.00

Unit/Each

No. of Devices

Amount

$1.00 1-50 51-100 101-150 151-200 201-250 251-300 301-350 351-400 401-450 451-500 501-550 551-600 601-650 651-700 701-750 751-800 801-850 851-900 901-950 951-1000 1,000+ $91.00 $181.00 $272.00 $362.00 $453.00 $543.00 $634.00 $724.00 $814.00 $905.00 $995.00 $1,086.00 $1,176.00 $1,267.00 $1,357.00 $1,447.00 $1,538.00 $1,628.00 $1,719.00 $1,809.00 $1,900.00

R-3 Single Family Home Fire Sprinkler System (Plan Check and Two Inspections) Fire Extinguishing System (other than sprinkler system) Plus per outlet or nozzle each (Plan Check and Two Inspections) Private Yard Hydrant Installation (Plan Check and Inspection) up to five hydrants Dry Standpipes per Riser (Plan Check and Two Inspections) Plus per Outlet Wet Standpipes per riser (Plan Check and Two Inspections) Plus per Outlet Architectural Plan Check Per hour or portion thereof Any Plan Check not covered above (Plan Check and Two Inspections) Plus per Device

$91.00

$181.00 $5.00

$181.00

$91.00 $16.00 $91.00 $16.00 $91.00

$181.00 $5.00

* Note: Base amount for plan review includes one re-submittal. Each additional re-submittal is $91.00.

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SECTION 9.

MISCELLANEOUS POLICE SERVICES


(Added 6/9/92, Resolution 23,624) (Last Update 6/14/11, Resolution 28,350)

Description (A) Vehicle Impound Fee (1) Cars (2) Commercial Vehicles Drug Registrants Jail Weekend Program Firearm Storage Fee

Amount

Unit/Time

$85.00 Each $85.00 Each $20.00 Each $100.00 Day

(B) (C) (D) Note:

All firearm storage fees are due prior to the release of the firearm(s). (1) (2) Origination/Release Fee Origination/Release Fee $45.00 One time/ First Firearm $5.00 One time/For Each Additional Firearm $5.00 Month/Per Firearm

(3) (F)

Monthly Storage

$20.00 Per Day, Per Officer Maximum three attempts to complete the course. If the officer is not able to complete the course in three attempts they may continue shooting for an additional $15 per each three attempts. (2) Range Use Outside Normal Range Hours (Anytime that the Range is closed) $500.00 First Four Hours or Any Portion Thereof $65.00 Each Additional Hour (G) Penalties: Failure to pay fees within 30 days of billing - ten percent (10%). Failure to pay fees within each additional 30 days of billing - ten percent (10%) additional. Vehicle Repossession Fee $15.00 Each

Police Shooting Range (1) Law Enforcement Use During Normal Range Hours

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SECTION 10.

PARKING VIOLATIONS
(Added 10/27/98, Resolution 25,404) (Last Update 6/14/11, Resolution 28,350) Delinquent Delinquent Amount Amount *1 *2 $43.00 $43.00 $43.00 $48.00 $53.00 $48.00 $99.00 $43.00 $53.00 $48.00 $48.00 $43.00 $48.00 $268.00 $43.00 $43.00 $208.00 $73.00 $43.00 $38.00 $343.00 $293.00 $293.00 $293.00 $48.00 $43.00 $38.00 $48.00 $293.00 $73.00 $43.00 $43.00 $38.00 $38.00 $53.00 $53.00 $58.00 $43.00 $48.00 $55.00 $55.00 $48.00 $48.00 $43.00 $43.00 $43.00 $43.00 $86.00 $86.00 $86.00 $96.00 $106.00 $96.00 $198.00 $86.00 $106.00 $96.00 $96.00 $86.00 $96.00 $318.00 $86.00 $86.00 $258.00 $146.00 $86.00 $76.00 $393.00 $343.00 $343.00 $343.00 $96.00 $86.00 $76.00 $96.00 $343.00 $146.00 $86.00 $86.00 $76.00 $76.00 $106.00 $106.00 $116.00 $86.00 $96.00 $110.00 $110.00 $96.00 $96.00 $86.00 $86.00 $86.00 $86.00 Lien Amount *3 $89.00 $89.00 $89.00 $99.00 $109.00 $99.00 $201.00 $89.00 $109.00 $99.00 $99.00 $89.00 $99.00 $321.00 $89.00 $89.00 $261.00 $149.00 $89.00 $79.00 $396.00 $346.00 $346.00 $346.00 $99.00 $89.00 $79.00 $99.00 $346.00 $149.00 $89.00 $89.00 $79.00 $79.00 $109.00 $109.00 $119.00 $89.00 $99.00 $113.00 $113.00 $99.00 $99.00 $89.00 $89.00 $89.00 $89.00

Section No. 5200 5201(e) 5204(a) 21113(a) 22455(a) 22500(a) 22500(b) 22500(c) 22500(d) 22500(e) 22500(f) 22500(g) 22500(h) 22500(i) 22500(j) 22500(k) 22500(l) 22500.1 22502(a) 22502(e) 22507.8(a) 22507.8(b) 22507.8(c)1 22507.8(c)2 22514 22515(a) 22518 22521 22522 22526(A) 6-1-1002(D) 6-1-1004(O)1 6-1-1005(F.1) 6-1-1007( C) 6-1-1008(A) 6-1-1008(B) 6-1-1008.1(A) 6-1-1009 6-1-1010(A) 6-1-1010.1(a) 6-1-1010.1(b) 6-1-1011 6-1-1012 6-1-1013 6-1-1014 6-1-1015(A) 6-1-1015(B)

Code CVC CVC CVC CVC CVC CVC CVC CVC CVC CVC CVC CVC CVC CVC CVC CVC CVC CVC CVC CVC CVC CVC CVC CVC CVC CVC CVC CVC CVC CVC BMC BMC BMC BMC BMC BMC BMC BMC BMC BMC BMC BMC BMC BMC BMC BMC BMC

Description No license plate Covered license plate Non-current tabs Parked on public ground Vending double parking Parked within intersection Parked in crosswalk Safety Zone Parked within 15 feet of a fire station Parked blocking a driveway Parked on sidewalk Obstructing traffic/hazard Double parked Parked in a bus zone Tunnel Bridge Wheelchair access Parked in a fire lane Parked 18 inches from right curb Left side of one way roadway Disabled parking Disabled parking/blocked space Straddling line of handicapped space Parked in crosshatches of handicap space Parked within 15 feet of a fire hydrant Vehicle parked unattended, engine running Ride share lot/commuter log Vehicle parked on/near railroad Vehicle parked in disabled sidewalk access Gridlock Overtime parking Preferential parking/residential street Preferential parking/commercial zone Notice of lot closure (posted) Commercial vehicle in excess of two hours Commercial vehicle, no parking 3am - 5am Commercial vehicle in residential zone Standing in parkway/approach to tunnel/bridge Vehicle storage on streets (72 hours) LNCV no parking 80 feet of any intersection LNCV permit not properly displayed Parking of advertising vehicles For sale/rent vehicle parked on street Parking of non-motorized vehicle Standing of a non-vehicular conveyance Parking on city-owned property Parking in designated electric vehicle spaces

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Section No. 6-1-1016 6-1-1017 6-1-1018 6-1-1019(A) 6-1-1019(B) 6-1-1019(D) 6-1-1020 6-1-1021(B) 6-1-1022 6-1-1024(B) 6-1-1026(B) 6-1-1027(A) 6-1-1028(B) 6-1-1029(A) 6-1-1029(B) 6-1-1029(C ) 6-1-1029(D) 6-1-1030(A) 6-1-1030(B) 6-1-1033(B) 6-1-1034 6-1-1036 6-1-1037 6-1-1038(A) 6-1-1038(B) 6-1-1101(A) 6-1-1101(B) 6-1-1101(C) 6-1-1101(C.1) 6-1-1101(C.2) 6-1-1101(C.3) 6-1-1101(C.4) 6-1-1101(D) 6-1-1101(E) 6-1-1210 6-1-1211 6-1-1605 6-1-1605 6-1-1605 6-1-1607 6-1-1610 6-1-1611 6-1-1617 6-1-2009 6-1-2505(A) 6-1-2505(B)

Code BMC BMC BMC BMC BMC BMC BMC BMC BMC BMC BMC BMC BMC BMC BMC BMC BMC BMC BMC BMC BMC BMC BMC BMC BMC BMC BMC BMC BMC BMC BMC BMC BMC BMC BMC BMC BMC BMC BMC BMC BMC BMC BMC BMC BMC BMC

Description Parking in library parking lots Parking in park parking lots Parking on left hand side of roadway Left side on one way street Left side dual highway Wheels turned against curb/hill Parking within marked spaces Angle parking in designated areas Manner of angle parking Parking adjacent to schools Parking prohibited on narrow streets Certain streets exceed 12,000lbs. Overnight parking 3 a.m. - 5 a.m. Within 20' of safety zone Within 15' of intersection Within 25' of signal/stop sign Signs prohibiting stopping or parking Temporary no parking Street cleaning Temporary emergency parking Parking on a hill/grade Parking on private property Parking on vacant lots in a residential/commercial zone Front and side yard parking Commercial vehicle in driveway, carport, garage in residential zone Red zone parking Yellow zone parking White zone parking White zone/airport terminal unattended White zone/theater White zone/taxicab stand White zone/airport terminal Green zone parking Blue zone/disabled parking Bus zone Parking in alley Metered parking/length impeding Meter parking/12" from forward boundary Meter parking w/in marked spaces Expired meter Meter parking/posted restrictions Meter parking/extended time limit Meter parking/hooded meter Bicycle zone only (posted) Overload parking Overload stopping

Delinquent Delinquent Amount Amount *1 *2 $43.00 $43.00 $43.00 $38.00 $38.00 $38.00 $43.00 $43.00 $43.00 $43.00 $43.00 $38.00 $38.00 $38.00 $38.00 $38.00 $48.00 $48.00 $48.00 $43.00 $43.00 $43.00 $43.00 $48.00 $53.00 $53.00 $43.00 $43.00 $38.00 $38.00 $38.00 $38.00 $43.00 $343.00 $38.00 $48.00 $38.00 $38.00 $38.00 $38.00 $38.00 $38.00 $38.00 $38.00 $38.00 $38.00 $86.00 $86.00 $86.00 $76.00 $76.00 $76.00 $86.00 $86.00 $86.00 $86.00 $86.00 $76.00 $76.00 $76.00 $76.00 $76.00 $96.00 $96.00 $96.00 $86.00 $86.00 $86.00 $86.00 $96.00 $106.00 $106.00 $86.00 $86.00 $76.00 $76.00 $76.00 $76.00 $86.00 $393.00 $76.00 $96.00 $76.00 $76.00 $76.00 $76.00 $76.00 $76.00 $76.00 $76.00 $76.00 $76.00

Lien Amount *3 $89.00 $89.00 $89.00 $79.00 $79.00 $79.00 $89.00 $89.00 $89.00 $89.00 $89.00 $79.00 $79.00 $79.00 $79.00 $79.00 $99.00 $99.00 $99.00 $89.00 $89.00 $89.00 $89.00 $99.00 $109.00 $109.00 $89.00 $89.00 $79.00 $79.00 $79.00 $79.00 $89.00 $396.00 $79.00 $99.00 $79.00 $79.00 $79.00 $79.00 $79.00 $79.00 $79.00 $79.00 $79.00 $79.00

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Note: Former Section 29 are now reflected as Section 6-1 per the re-organized Burbank Municipal Codes effective 6/13/08. *1 *2 Base fee set by the City of Burbank including $9.50 state mandated fees on all sections. Delinquent amount increase from Violation amount reflects penalty added if payment in full not made by due date. Penalty is 100% for violation amounts less than $150.00, and $50.00 for larger violation amounts. Lien amount increase from Delinquent amount reflects DMV fee paid for registration hold to be placed on the vehicle. Description (B) (C) Handicap Parking Citation Administrative Fee Collection Service Referral Fee Amount Unit/Time

*3

$25.00 Per Citation $30.00 Each

SECTION 11.

EMERGENCY SERVICES RESTITUTION RATES


(Added 6/22/99, Resolution 25,543) (Last Update 6/17/08, Resolution 27,712)

Description POLICE PERSONNEL Restitution rates for Police personnel will be based on the current top step of the overtime salary range. For time less than an hour, the charge will be based on the next highest 15 minute period or portion thereof.

Amount

Unit/Time

POLICE APPARATUS Helicopter (to be billed in addition to staff time) FIRE PERSONNEL Restitution rates for Fire personnel will be based on the current top step of the overtime salary range. For time less than an hour, the charge will be based on the next highest 15 minute period or portion thereof. $425.00 Hour

FIRE APPARATUS Engine Truck Paramedic Ambulance Hazardous Materials Van Water Tender Utility Pick-up $71.00 $79.00 $28.00 $92.00 $42.00 $80.00 Hour Hour Hour Hour Hour Day

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Description Shop Repair Truck Battalion Chief Vehicle Staff Sedans Brush Rig (deleted) STANDBY RENTAL FEES FOR FIRE APPARATUS ** Engine Truck Paramedic Ambulance Utility and Staff Vehicles * ** Restitution authority: CA Health & Safety Code Section 13007 & 13009. Rental rate Day is 10-hours. Additional are 1/10 the daily rate.

Amount $80.00 $80.00 $45.00

Unit/Time Day Day Day

$994.00 $392.00

Day Day

$1,106.00 Day $45.00 Day

SECTION 12.

OFF DUTY SAFETY SERVICES RATE


(Added 6/17/03, Resolution 26,506) (Last Update 6/17/08, Resolution 27,712)

Description (A) * Police or Fire Personnel *

Amount

Unit/Time

$90.00 Hour

A 4 hour minimum service required.

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ARTICLE VI LIBRARY CHARGES


SECTION 1. OVERDUE FINES
(Added 11/1/83, Resolution 20,786) (Last Update 6/17/03, Resolution 26,506) Description (A) Adult Media (1) All items (except video/DVD) (2) (3) (4) * Video/DVD Maximum fine for magazines, paperbacks and pamphlets Maximum fine* Amount Unit/Time

$0.30 $0.50 $5.00 $10.00

Item/Day Item/Day Item Item

The determination of whether $10.00 or the replacement cost if less will be paid shall be made by the Library Services Director. (B) Juvenile Media (1) All items (except video/DVD) (2) Maximum fine** (except video/DVD)

$0.15 $5.00

Item/Day Item

**

The determination of whether $5.00 or the replacement cost if less shall be paid will be made by the Library Services Director.

SECTION 2.

DAMAGED AND LOST ITEMS


(Added to Section 3 on 11/1/83, Resolution 20,786) (Moved to Section 2 on 6/27/95, Resolution 24,510) (Last Update 6/17/08, Resolution 27,712)

Description (A) Lost, non-returned, or damaged and not capable of repair (1) Adult items

Amount

Unit/Time

Item replacement cost which includes a $10.00 processing fee Item replacement cost which includes a $10.00 processing fee

(2)

Juvenile items

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Description (3) Paperback books

Amount Item replacement cost which includes a $5.00 processing fee. Item replacement cost which includes a $5.00 processing fee. $30.00

Unit/Time

(4)

Periodicals

(5)

Circulation Baskets

Item

Note: Lost property may be replaced with a like item acceptable to the Library Services Director and replacement cost will not be charged. If replacement fee has been paid and item is returned within six months of due date, replacement cost will be refunded. Like items cannot be refunded.

SECTION 3.

INTERLIBRARY LOAN FEES


(Added to Section 4 as Postal Fees on 11/1/83, Resolution 20,786) (Renamed & Moved to Section 3 on 6/27/95, Resolution 24,510) (Last Update 6/17/03, Resolution 26,506)

Description (A) Interlibrary loans

Amount $3.00 + fees required by lending library

Unit/Time Items

SECTION 4.

MISCELLANEOUS
(Added to Section 8 on 11/1/83, Resolution 20,786) (Moved to Section 4 on 6/27/95, Resolution 24,510) (Last Update 6/22/10, Resolution 28,138)

Description (A) Duplicate Library Card

Amount $1.00

Unit/Time Card

(B)

Reservation Fee

$1.00

Item

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Description (C) Meeting Room Rental - Central Library (1) (2) (3) (4) Resident Non-Resident Non-Profit - Resident Non-Profit - Non-Resident

Amount

Unit/Time

$50.00 $10.00 $100.00 $20.00 $25.00 $5.00 $50.00 $10.00 $200.00 $35.00 $300.00 $65.00 $100.00 $35.00 $100.00 $25.00 $5.00 $50.00 $10.00

1-4 Hours Each Addl. Hr. 1-4 Hours Each Addl. Hr. 1-4 Hours Each Addl. Hr. 1-4 Hours Each Addl. Hr. 1-3 Hours Each Addl. Hr. 1-3 Hours Each Addl. Hr. 1-3 Hours Each Addl. Hr.

(D) Meeting Room Rental - Buena Vista Library (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) Resident Non-Resident Use of Kitchen Facilities Refundable Cleaning Deposit for Kitchen Non-Profit - Resident

1-3 Hours Without Kitchen Each Addl. Hr. Without Kitchen 1-3 Hours With Kitchen Each Addl. Hr. With Kitchen 1-3 Hours Without Kitchen Each Addl. Hr. Without Kitchen 1-3 Hours With Kitchen Each Addl. Hr. With Kitchen Item Per Hour Per Exam Per Copy Vend Card Per Card

(6)

Non-Profit - Non-Resident

$50.00 $10.00 $100.00 $20.00

(E) (F)

Non-Refundable Processing Fee - All Meeting Rooms Computer Rental Program

$10.00 $6.00 $35.00 $1.00 $1.00

(G) Exam Proctoring (H) Copy Vend Card for Public Access Computer Printing (I) Commemorative Library Card

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ARTICLE VII SCHEDULE OF BUSINESS TAXES


SECTION 1. ADMINISTRATIVE CHARGES AND PENALTIES
(Added 11/15/83, Resolution 20,802) (Last Update 6/17/03, Resolution 26,506) Description (A) (B) Business Tax Registration Fee Change in Business Tax Registration Amount $30.00 $30.00 Unit/Time Application Change

(C) Change (1) (2) (3) Change in Business Location Change in Location - Contractors Replacement Certificate $30.00 $5.00 $30.00 Change Change Per Certificate

(D) Penalties (1) Delinquent payment of tax or deficiency (a) One Month

10%

(b)

Two Months

25%

Delinquent Fee or Minimum $10 Whichever is Greater Delinquent Fee or Minimum $25 Whichever is Greater Taxes Due/ Registration or Minimum $35 Whichever is Greater

(2)

Failure to file for registration

25%

SECTION 2.

BUSINESS TAX
(Added 11/15/83, Resolution 20,802) (Update 1/1/99, BMC, Sec. 14-802(C) Annual PPI Adjustment) (Last Update 6/14/11, Resolution 28,350)

Description (A) Manufacturing; Wholesaling; Retailing (1) Basic

Amount

Unit/Time

$87.00

Business Location/ Annual

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Description (2) Added Levy

Amount $5.20

Unit/Time Employee/ Annual

(B)

Business Services; Personal Services; Motion Picture, Television, and Related Services; Recreation; Entertainment (1) Basic $87.00 Business Location/ Annual Employee/ Annual

(2)

Added Levy

$8.10

(C) Professions and Related Occupations (1) Basic $87.00 Business Location/ Annual Employee/ Annual

(2)

Added Levy

$10.60

(D) Unclassified (1) Basic $87.00 Business Location/ Annual Employee/ Annual

(2)

Added Levy

$8.10

SECTION 3.

SPECIAL SCHEDULES
(Added 11/15/83, Resolution 20,802) (Update 1/1/99, BMC, Sec. 14-802(C) Annual PPI Adjustment) (Last Update 6/14/11, Resolution 28,350)

Description (A) Contractors Volume of Work

Amount

Unit/Time

$0.80 ($460 maximum)

Per $1,000 valuation

(B)

Laundry Services Volume of Business is: Less than $50,000 $50,001 to $100,000 $100,001 to $200,000 $200,001 to $300,000 $300,001 or Over $87.00 $173.90 $348.10 $518.55 $870.05 Annual Annual Annual Annual Annual

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Description (C) Rentals and Leasing - Residential (1) (2) Apartments or Bungalows (3 or more units) Hotels and Motels

Amount

Unit/Time

$8.70 $17.40

Unit/Annual Unit/Annual

(D) Rentals and Leasing - Commercial (1) (2) Base Rate (First 5,000 sq.ft.) Added Levy (Over 5,000 sq.ft.) $87.00 $1.70 Annual Every 100 sq.ft. or Fraction / Annual

(E)

Vending and Coin-Operated Machines (1) (2) Minimum Tax Added Levy (Over 5,000 in Gross Receipts) $87.00 1% Annual Gross Receipts/ Annual

SECTION 4.

PSYCHIC ARTS
(Added to Schedule 10/29/91, Resolution 23,458) (Last Update 6/20/06, Resolution 27,258)

Description (A) Fortune Telling License (1) (2) License Fee Permit Fee

Amount

Unit/Time

$242.00 $121.00

Annual (FY) Annual (FY)

SECTION 5.

ESCORT BUREAUS
(Added 5/19/92, Resolution 23,593) (Last Update 6/20/06, Resolution 27,258)

Description (A) License Fees of Escort Bureaus and Escorts (1) (2) (B) Escort Bureaus Escorts

Amount

Unit/Time

$242.00 $36.00

Annual (FY) Annual (FY)

Application Fees of Escort Bureaus and Escorts (1) (2) Escort Bureaus Escorts $78.00 plus current Dept. of Justice Fingerprint Fees $78.00 plus current Dept. of Justice Fingerprint Fees

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SECTION 6.

TEMPORARY PROMOTIONAL SIGNS


(Added 2/8/94, Resolution 24,149) (Last Update 6/20/06, Resolution 27,258)

Description (A) Temporary Banner Permit Deposit (B) Automobile Dealership Temporary Sign Permit Deposit

Amount $55.00 $120.00 $55.00 $120.00

Unit/Time 2 Weeks

6 Months

SECTION 7.

TOW SERVICE BUSINESSES AND TOW SERVICE DRIVERS


(Added 6/27/95, Resolution 24,510) (Last Update 6/20/06, Resolution 27,258)

Description (A) Tow Service Business License and Permit Fee (1) (2) License Fee Permit Fee (the permit fee shall apply to each principal of the business)

Amount

Unit/Time

$220.00 $137.50

Annual (FY) Initial Registration

(B)

Tow Service Drivers' Business License and Permit Fee (1) (2) License Fee Permit Fee $110.00 $137.50 Annual (FY) Initial Registration

SECTION 8.

BILLIARD PARLORS
(Added 10/2/95, Resolution 24,593) (Last Update 6/20/06, Resolution 27,258)

Description (A) Billiard Parlor License & Permit Fee (1) (2) License Permit Fee (the permit fee shall apply to each principal of the business)

Amount

Unit/Time

$242.00 $151.00

Annual (FY) Initial Registration

Note: The Billiard License Fee shall be quarterly proratable on a fiscal year basis.

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SECTION 9.

TAXICABS
(Added 10/17/95, Resolution 24,610) (Last Update 6/9/09, Resolution 27,921)

Description (A) Taxicab Business License & Permit Fee (1) (2) (3) (B) License Fee Permit Fee Re-Inspection Fee

Amount

Unit/Time

$400.00 $151.00 $60.00

Annual (FY) Initial Registration Per Inspection

Taxicab Drivers Business License & Permit Fee (1) (2) License Fee Permit Fee $121.00 $151.00 Annual (FY) Initial Registration Per Inspection

(3)

Test Fee

$25.00

SECTION 10. HEALTH CLUBS


(Previously Listed in BMC, Added 6/17/03, Resolution 26,506) (Last Update 6/09/09, Resolution 27,920) Description (A) Health Club License & Permit Fee (1) (2) (3) License Fee Application Fee Permit Fee (Renewal) $242.00 $36.00 $121.00 Annual (FY) Initial Registration Annual (FY) Amount Unit/Time

($75,000 Surety bond required)

SECTION 11. DANCES


(Previously Listed in BMC, Added 6/17/03, Resolution 26,506) (Last Update 6/20/06, Resolution 27,258) Description (A) Dance Hall (1) (2) License Fee Permit $181.50 $42.00 Annual (FY) Annual (FY) Amount Unit/Time

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Description (B) Dances (1) (2) License Fee Application Fee

Amount

Unit/Time

$6.00 $42.00

Daily Initial Registration

(C) Dancing - Alcoholic Beverage (1) (2) License Fee Application Fee $302.50 $42.00 Annual (FY) Initial Registration

SECTION 12. MASSAGE LICENSES & PERMITS


(Previously Listed in BMC, Added 6/17/03, Resolution 26,506) (Last Update 6/20/06, Resolution 27,258) Description (A) Massage Establishment (1) (2) (3) License Fee Application Fee Inspection Fee $242.00 $181.50 Actual Cost Charged by the Health Department Annual (FY) Initial Registration Annual (FY) Amount Unit/Time

(B)

Massage Technician (on-premise) (1) (2) (3) License Fee Application Fee Examination Fee $60.50 $181.80 Actual Cost Charged by the Health Department Annual (FY) Initial Registration Annual (FY)

(C) Massage Technician (off-premise) (1) (2) (3) License Fee Application Fee Examination Fee $60.50 $181.80 Actual Cost Charged by the Health Department $30.00 Annual (FY) Initial Registration Annual (FY)

(4)

Endorsement Fee

Annual (FY)

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SECTION 13. PEDDLER - FOOD PRODUCTS


(Previously Listed in BMC, Added 6/17/03 , Resolution 26,506) (Last Update 6/20/06, Resolution 27,258) Description (A) Peddler - Food Products (1) (2) License Fee Application Fee $60.50 $36.00 Annual (FY)/Vehicle Initial Registration Amount Unit/Time

SECTION 14. PEDDLER - NON-FOOD PRODUCTS


(Previously Listed in BMC, Added 6/17/03 , Resolution 26,506) (Last Update 6/20/06, Resolution 27,258) Description (A) Miscellaneous (1) (2) License Fee Application Fee $60.50 $18.00 Annual (FY)/Vehicle Initial Registration Amount Unit/Time

(B)

Peddler (Daily) (1) (2) License Fee Application Fee $12.00 $18.00 Daily Fee Initial Registration

(C) Itinerant Merchant (1) License Fee

$12.00

Daily Fee

SECTION 15. THEATER


(Previously Listed in BMC, Added 6/17/03 , Resolution 26,506) (Last Update 6/20/06, Resolution 27,258) Description (A) Motion Picture Theater (1) (2) License Fee Application Fee $60.50 $36.00 Annually (FY)/Per Screen Initial Registration Amount Unit/Time

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Description (B) Live Theater (1) (2) License Fee Application Fee

Amount

Unit/Time

$121.00 $36.00

Annually (FY) Initial Registration

SECTION 16. EVENTS & ACTIVITIES


(Previously Listed in BMC, Added 6/17/03 , Resolution 26,506) (Last Update 6/20/06, Resolution 27,258) Description (A) Amusement Facility (1) (2) (B) Permit Fee License Fee $36.00 $121.00 Initial Registration Annually (FY) Amount Unit/Time

Auctions and Auction Marts (1) (2) (3) License Fee Application Fee Annual License Fee $60.50 $36.00 $550.00 Per Day Initial Registration Annually (FY)

(C) Bowling Alley (1) (2) License Fee Permit Fee $121.00 $36.00 Annually (FY) Initial Registration

(D) Boxing and Wrestling (1) (2) License Fee Permit Fee $30.00 $36.00 Per Event Initial Registration

(E)

Carnivals and Fairs (1) License Fee $242.00 Per Day

(F)

Circus (1) License Fee $242.00 Per Day

(G) Entertainment (1) License Fee $30.00 Daily Fee

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Description (H) Entertainment/Yearly (1) (2) License Fee Application Fee

Amount

Unit/Time

$302.50 $42.00

Annually (FY) Initial Registration

(I)

Promoter (1) Application Fee $36.00 Annually (FY)

(J)

Ice Skating Rink (1) (2) License Fee Application Fee $242.00 $36.00 Annually (FY) Initial Registration

SECTION 17. FOOD


(Previously Listed in BMC, Added 6/17/03 , Resolution 26,506) (Last Update 6/20/06, Resolution 27,258) Description (A) Food and Refreshment Stand (1) (2) (B) License Fee Application Fee $30.00 $36.00 Annually (FY) One time Amount Unit/Time

Food Delivery (1) License Fee $60.50 Annually (FY)/ Vehicle

(C) Lunch Service Vehicle (prepackaged food service) (1) (2) License Fee Application Fee $60.50 $36.00 Annually (FY)/ Vehicle Initial Registration

(D) Mobile Food Preparation Vehicle (1) (2) License Fee Application Fee $121.00 $36.00 Annually (FY)/ Vehicle Initial Registration

(E)

Ice Delivery (1) License Fee $36.00 Annually (FY)/ Vehicle

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Description (F) Milk Delivery (1) (2) License Fee Application Fee

Amount

Unit/Time

$60.50 $36.00

Annually (FY)/ Vehicle Initial Registration

SECTION 18. SOLICITORS


(Previously Listed in BMC, Added 6/17/03 , Resolution 26,506) (Last Update 6/20/06, Resolution 27,258) Description (A) Solicitation/Donations (1) (B) License Fee $60.50 Season Fee Amount Unit/Time

Solicitor - Company Blanket (1) (2) (3) (4) License Fee Permit Fee Registration Card Replacement Card $121.00 $12.00 $12.00 Original Cost Annually (FY) Annually (FY) One-Time

(C) Solicitor - Individual (1) (2) License Fee Application Fee $60.50 $36.00 Annually (FY) Initial Registration

SECTION 19. RIDING ACADEMIES


(Previously Listed in BMC, Added 6/17/03 , Resolution 26,506) (Last Update 6/17/08, Resolution 27,712) Description (A) Riding Academy (1) (2) License Fee Permit Fee $55.00 $33.00 Annually (FY) Initial Registration Per Day Amount Unit/Time

(B)

Pony Rides

$12.00

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SECTION 20. SERVICES


(Previously Listed in BMC, Added 6/17/03 , Resolution 26,506) (Last Update 6/20/06, Resolution 27,258) Description (A) Christmas Tree Dealers (1) License Fee $300 clean-up deposit required Curb Lettering (1) (2) License Fee Application Fee $60.50 $36.00 Annually (FY) Initial Registration Amount Unit/Time

$60.50

Per Season

(B)

$1,000 performance bond required (C) Private Day School (1) (2) License Fee Application Fee (a) 24 Children or Less (b) 25 or More Children $60.50 $36.00 $60.50 Annually (FY) Annually (FY) Annually (FY)

(D) Junk Collector (1) (2) License Fee Application Fee $60.50 $36.00 Annually (FY)/ Vehicle Initial Registration

(E)

Junk Dealer (1) License Fee (2) Permit Fee

$121.00 $121.00

Annually (FY)/ Vehicle Initial Registration

(F)

Kennel (1) (2) (3) License Fee Application Fee Permit Fee (a) 4-10 Dogs (b) 11-15 Dogs (b) 16 or More Dogs $60.50 $36.00 $36.00 $55.00 $82.50 Annually (FY) Annually (FY) Annually (FY) Annually (FY) Annually (FY)

(G) Advertising Vehicle (1) License Fee or $12.00 $181.50 Per Day Annually (FY)

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Description (H) Oil and Tank Wagon Delivery (1) (I) License Fee

Amount

Unit/Time

$60.50

Annually (FY)/ Vehicle

Open Air Market (1) (2) License Fee Application Fee $60.50 $36.00 Annually (FY) Initial Registration

(J)

Parking Station (1) (2) License Fee Permit Fee $121.00 $36.00 Annually (FY) Initial Registration

(K)

Automobile Wrecking (1) (2) License Fee Permit Fee $121.00 $121.00 Annually (FY) Initial Registration

(L)

Private Ambulance Service (1) License Fee $121.00 Annually (FY)

(M) Rubbish Collector (1) (2) License Fee Permit Fee $121.00 $36.00 Annually (FY)/ Vehicle Initial Registration

(N) Sign and Advertising Contractors (1) License Fee $121.00 Annually (FY)

(O) Sign Painter (1) (2) License Fee Application Fee $60.50 $36.00 Annually (FY) Initial Registration

(P)

Sound Vehicles (1) License Fee $12.00 Daily

(Q) Water Distributor (1) License Fee $60.50 Annually (FY)/ Vehicle

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SECTION 21. FIRE ARMS


(Previously Listed in BMC, Added 6/17/03 , Resolution 26,506) (Last Update 6/20/06, Resolution 27,258) Description (A) Firearm Sales (1) License Fee 1% of Gross Receipts or $100 Minimum, Whichever is Greater $110.00 Annually (FY) Amount Unit/Time

(2)

Permit Fee

Initial Registration

(B)

Shooting Gallery (1) (2) License Fee Permit Fee $121.00 $36.00 Annually (FY) Initial Registration

SECTION 22. MISCELLANEOUS


(Previously Listed in BMC, Added 6/17/03 , Resolution 26,506) (Last Update 6/22/10, Resolution 28,138) Description (A) Bill Board Advertising (1) (B) License Fee $60.50 Annually (FY) Amount Unit/Time

Handbill Distributor (1) License Fee $121.00 Annually (FY)

(C) Liquidation Sale (1) (2) License Fee Application Fee $6.00 $36.00 Daily Fee Initial Registration

(D) Pawnbroker (1) (2) License Fee Permit Fee $363.00 $36.00 Annually (FY) Initial Registration

(E)

Pet Shop (1) (2) (3) License Fee Application Fee Permit Fee $60.50 $36.00 $60.50 Annually (FY) Annually (FY) Annually (FY)

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Description (F) Rental Equipment (1) (2) License Fee Permit Fee

Amount

Unit/Time

$121.00 $36.00

Annually (FY) Initial Registration

(G) Rental Information - Service (1) License Fee $121.00 Annually (FY)

(H) Second Hand Dealer (1) (2) (3) License Fee Application Fee Permit Fee $121.00 $36.00 $36.00 Annually (FY) Initial Registration Initial Registration

(I)

Tobacco Retailers (1) License Fee $300.00 Annually (FY) Prorated Quarterly Annually (FY)

(2) (J)

Application Fee

$35.00

Bingo Games (1) Permit Fee $50.00 Annually (FY)

SECTION 23. CODE ENFORCEMENT REINSPECTION FEES


(Last Update 6/20/06, Resolution 27,258) Description (A) (B) Reinspection Fees Land Use Entitlement Inspection Fees Amount $37.00 $35.00 Unit/Time After 2nd Inspection Per Inspection

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ARTICLE VIII ELECTRICAL AND BUILDING PERMITS


SECTION 1. ELECTRICAL PERMITS
(Last Update 6/17/08, Resolution 27,712) The electrical permit fee shall consist of the filing fee plus the inspection fees listed for repair, service, or installation for each fixture, device, or piece of equipment. Description (A) Electrical Permit (1) Issuing Fee (2) Plan Check Fee Outlets/Fixtures (1) Commercial Amount Unit/Time

$24.50 $124.50

Application Per Hour (1 Hour Minimum) Each 20 Outlets/ Fixtures or Fraction Thereof Each 20 Outlets/ Fixtures or Fraction Thereof

(B)

$23.00

(2)

Residential

$23.00

(C) Branch Circuits (1) Commercial (2) Residential (D) Miscellaneous Electrical Equipment (1) Commercial (2) Residential (E) Motors, Transformers, Heaters (1) Commercial (2) Residential Switchboards (1) Commercial 600 volts or less (2) Commercial over 600 volts

$10.50 $10.50

Each Each

$12.50 $12.50

Each Each

$44.50 $44.50

Each Each

(F)

$51.50 $101.00

Each Each

(G) Photo Voltaic System (1) Plan Check Fee (H) Service Installation (1) Commercial (a) 600 volts or less (b) Over 600 volts (2) (3) (I) Residential Temporary Power Pole

$124.50

Per Hour

$100.00 $152.00 $75.50 $131.50

Each Each Each Each

Residential Construction (1) Single Family

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Description (a) (b) (2) New Dwelling Addition to Dwelling

Amount $14.50 $9.00

Unit/Time Per 100 SF of GFA Per 100 SF of GFA Per Dwelling Unit

Multi-Family (a) New Dwellings

$296.50

SECTION 2.

BUILDING PERMITS
(Added 5/15/84, Resolution 20,973) (Last Update 6/9/09, Resolution 27,921)

Description

Amount

Unit/Time

The Building Permit fee shall be based on the total valuation of improvement. The minimum valuation shall be determined by the "Building Valuation Data" published by the International Code Council (ICC). (A) Building Permit (1) Building Permit Fee (a) $0 - $500 (b) (c) (d) $501 - $2,000 $2,001 - $25,000 $25,001 - $50,000

$32.50 $34.50 plus $3.50/100 sf over $500, or portion thereof $82.00 plus $11.50/1,000 sf over $2,000, or portion thereof $340.50 plus $10.00/1,000 sf over $25,000, or portion thereof $584.50 plus $7.00/1,000 sf over $50,000, or portion thereof $908.00 plus $4.50/1,000 sf over $10,0000, or portion

Per Permit Per 100 SF or Portion Thereof Per 1,000 SF or Portion Thereof Per 1,000 SF or Portion Thereof Per 1,000 SF or Portion Thereof Per 1,000 SF or Portion Thereof

(e)

$50,001 - $100,000

(f)

$100,001 +

(2)

Roofing Permit Fee (a) Residential Roofs (b) Commercial Roofs

$7.00 $7.00 $269.50 $27.50

Per 100 SF or Portion Thereof Per 100 SF or Portion Thereof Per Pool Per Structure

(3) (4) (B)

Pool Permit Fee Sandblast Permit Fee

Plan Check Fee and Other Permit Fees (1) Building Permit Plan Check (2) Strong Motion Fee (a) Residential (b) Commercial

65%

Of Basic Permit Fee Per $1,000 valuation Per $1,000 valuation

$0.10 $0.21

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Description (3) State Green Building Fee

Amount $1.00

Unit/Time Per $25,000 valuation or portion thereof

(C) Special Permit and Processing Fees Services requested by applicant or as may be required by Building Official shall be over and above regular permit fees ad plan checking fees. (1) Relocation/Moving of Buildings (a) Relocation Permit (i) Special Inspection Fee

100%

(ii) Plan Check Fee (iii) Building Permit Fee (b) (2) Security Bond

100% 100% Determined by Building Official

Special Inspection Fee (1-Hour Minimum) Plan Check Fee Building Permit Fee

Temporary Certificate of Occupancy (a) Certificate (b) Bond

$100.00 2% of Building Permit Valuation

Certificate

SECTION 3.

DEVELOPMENT IMPACT FEES


(Added 5/15/84, Resolution 20,973) (Last Update 6/17/08, Resolution 27,712)

Description (A) Development Impact Fees Updated each calendar year (1) Development Administration Surcharge

Amount

Unit/Time

5% of Fees Collected

% of Development Impact Fee

(2) (3)

Transportation Fees - Residential (Citywide) Transportation Fees - Non-Residential (Citywide) (a) Office Transportation Fee (i) 0 to 40,000 GFA (ii) 40,000 to 100,000 GFA (iii) 100,000 to 500,000 FGA (iv) over 500,000 FGA (b) (c) Medical Office Transportation Fee Retail Transportation Fee (i) 0 to 26,000 GFA (ii) 26,000 to 40,000 GFA (iii) 40,000 to 250,000 FGA (iv) over 250,000 FGA Manufacturing Transportation Fee Warehouse Transportation Fee

Not Applicable

$5.62 $5.62 $5.62 $4.61 $5.62

Sq. Ft. Sq. Ft. Sq. Ft. Sq. Ft. Sq. Ft.

$5.62 $5.62 $5.62 $5.62 $3.08 $3.05

Sq. Ft. Sq. Ft. Sq. Ft. Sq. Ft. Sq. Ft. Sq. Ft.

(d) (e)

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Description (f) (g) Institutional Transportation Fee Studio Uses (i) Office Transportation Fee (ii) Technical Transportation Fee (iii) Stage Transportation Fee Note: (GFA) Gross Floor Area (4) Community Facilities Fees - Non-Residential (Citywide) (a) Office (b) Retail (c) Industrial (d) Institutional Community Facilities Fees - Residential (Citywide) (a) Single Family (b) Multiple Family

Amount $5.62 $4.80 $3.22 $1.59

Unit/Time Sq. Ft. Sq. Ft. Sq. Ft. Sq. Ft.

$1.46 $0.74 $0.69 $0.36 $2,340.98 $1,731.95

Sq. Ft. Sq. Ft. Sq. Ft. Sq. Ft. Per Dwelling Unit Per Dwelling Unit

(5)

SECTION 4.

MECHANICAL PERMITS
(Added 7/26/88, Resolution 22,411) (Last Update 6/17/08, Resolution 27,712)

Description

Amount

Unit/Time

The mechanical permit fee shall consist of the plan check fee, the filling fee plus the inspection fees listed for repair, service, or installation for each fixture, device, or installation for each fixture, device, or piece of equipment. (A) Mechanical Permit (1) Issuing Fee (2) Plan Check Fee Mechanical Equipment Heating appliances Comfort cooling Absorption unit Ventilation system Commercial hood Separative cooling (1) Commercial (2) Residential

$24.50 $124.50

Application Per Hour

(B)

$124.50 $27.50

Each Each

(C) HVAC Units, Boilers, Compressors, Condensers, and Furnaces (1) Commercial (2) Residential (D) Miscellaneous Mechanical Equipment Evaporative Cooler Air Handling Unit Air inlet, air outlet and return air Separate hot or chilled water or steam coil Exhaust Fan

$124.50 $119.00 $38.00

Each Each Each 5 or Portion Thereof

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Description (E) Gas Systems (1) Commercial System (a) (b) (2) (F) Standard Medium Pressure with Regulator

Amount

Unit/Time

$6.00 $17.00 $5.50

Residential System

Each 5 Outlets or Portion Thereof Each 5 Outlets or Portion Thereof Each 5 Outlets or Portion Thereof

Commercial HVAC Unit & TI (1) New System (Units & Ducts) (a) First 500 SF (b) (2) (3) Additional SF

$54.50 $5.50 $296.50 $27.50 $3.00

First 500 SF or Portion Per 100 SF of GFA Per Floor First 500 SF Per 100 SF of GFA

Duct Loops Only Alternation to Existing Duct System (a) First 500 SF (b) Additional SF

(G) Residential HVAC Unit (1) Single Family (a) New Unit (b) Replacement Unit (c) Duct Extension (i) First 500 SF (ii) Additional SF

$119.00 $65.00 $27.50 $5.50

Each HVAC Unit Each HVAC Unit First 500 SF or Portion of GFA Per 100 SF or Portion of Additional GFA Per Dwelling Unit Per Dwelling Unit First 5,000 SF or Portion of GFA Per 1,000 SF or Portion of Additional GFA

(2)

Multi-Family (a) New Unit (b) Replacement Unit

$119.00 $65.00 $135.00 $27.50

(H) Garage Ventilation (1) First 5,000 SF (2) Additional SF

SECTION 5.

PLUMBING PERMITS
(Added 7/26/88, Resolution 22,411) (Last Update 6/17/08, Resolution 27,712)

Description

Amount

Unit/Time

The plumbing permit fee shall consist of the plan check fee, the filing fee plus the inspection fees listed for repair, service, or installation for each fixture, device, or installation for each fixture, device, or piece of equipment. (A) Plumbing Permit (1) Issuing Fee

$24.50

Each

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Description (2) (B) Plan Check Fee

Amount $124.50 $32.50

Unit/Time Per Hour Each

Building Sewers and Sewer Disposal Systems

(C) Gas Systems (1) Commercial System (a) Standard (b) Medium Pressure with Regulator

$6.00 $17.00

Each 5 Outlets or Portion Thereof Each 5 Outlets or Portion Thereof Each 5 Outlets or Portion Thereof

(2)

Residential System

$5.50

(D) Miscellaneous Plumbing Fixtures Industrial waste pretreatment interceptor Water piping and/or water treating equipment Drainage or vent piping Each plumbing fixture or set fixtures on trap Water heater and/or vent Lawn sprinkler system on any one meter Each vacuum breaker or backflow protective device Rainwater systems, drains (1) Commercial System (2) Residential (E) Water Distribution (1) Water Service (2) Water Distribution and Repipe Residential (1) Single Family (a) New Dwelling Additions & Remodels (i) Bathroom (ii) Powder Room (iii) Laundry (iv) Kitchen Multi-Family (a) New Dwellings (b) Additions & Remodels (i) Bathroom (ii) Powder Room (iii) Laundry (iv) Kitchen (b)

$11.00 $10.50 $11.00 $11.00

Each Each Each Each

(F)

$9.50

Per 100 SF of GFA Each Each Each Each Per Dwelling Unit Each Each Each Each

$43.50 $22.00 $22.00 $33.00 $160.00 $43.50 $22.00 $22.00 $33.00

(2)

SECTION 6.

GRADING PERMITS
(Added 11/19/91, Resolution 23,473) (Last Update 6/17/08, Resolution 27,712)

Description

Amount

Unit/Time

The grading permit fee shall consist of the plan check fee, the bond administration fee, plus the permit fee based on the total cubic yards of both cut and fill.

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Description (A) Grading Permit (1) Grading Bond (a) Grading Bond Administration Fee (b) Grading Bond (2) (B) Grading Permit Plan Check Fee

Amount

Unit/Time

$50.00 Determined by Building Official 70%

Per Application Per Application Of Basic Permit Fee First 100 Cu. Yds Each Additional 100 Cu. Yds. Or Fraction Thereof First 1,000 Cu. Yds Each Additional 1,000 Cu. Yds. Or Fraction Thereof First 10,000 Cu. Yds Each Additional 10,000 Cu. Yds. Or Fraction Thereof First 100,000 Cu. Yds Each Additional 100,000 Cu. Yds. Or Fraction Thereof

Permit Fee for Grading 0 - 1,000 Cu. Yds.

$177.00 $80.50

1,001 - 10,000 Cu. Yds.

$917.50 $80.50

10,001 - 100,000 Cu. Yds.

$1,656.00 $310.50

Over 100,000 Cu. Yds.

$4,556.00 $134.00

SECTION 7.

MISCELLANEOUS INSPECTIONS AND FEES


(Last Update 6/22/10, Resolution 28,138) Amount

Description (A) Inspection Service not Otherwise Listed (1) Inspection Service not Otherwise Listed (2) Special Inspections (3) Inspections Other than Regular Hours (4) (B) Condo Conversion

Unit/Time

$59.50 $124.50 $124.50 $54.50 $124.50 $150.00

Per Hour Per Hour Per Hour (4-Hour Minimum) Per Unit Per Hour (1-Hour Minimum) Per Hour (1-Hour Minimum)

Consulting Services (1) Plan Check Consulting Fee (2) Certified Access Specialist (CASp) Consulting Fee

(C) Penalties (1) Working Without Required Permit (2) Incorrect Information

2 Times Standard Fee $59.50

Per Trip

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Description Incorrect Address Premature Inspection Reinspection Restamp and Reapproval of Lost Plans Reissue Inspection Card

Amount

Unit/Time

(3) (4)

$124.50 $30.00

Per Hour (1 Hour Minimum) Per Card

(D) Miscellaneous Charges and Fees (1) Application for Appeal (2) Records Report (a) Report Administration Fee (b) Copies (3) Copies of Permit Record (4) Plan Archive Fee (E) Maintenance Master Electrician and Journeyman Electrician; Maintenance Master Plumbing and Journeyman Plumber (1) Certificate for Employers

$100.00 $22.00 $1.50 $1.50 $2.50

Per Appeal Per Report Per Page Per Page Per Sheet

$88.50

Each Certified Employee Per Year

(F)

Construction and Demolition Debris Deposit (1) Construction and Demolition Debris Administrative Fee (2) Construction and Demolition Debris Deposit (a) Residential

$50.00 $250.00 $50.00

Per Application First ton or fraction thereof Each additional ton or fraction thereof; $1000 Max. First ton or fraction thereof Each additional ton or fraction thereof; $5000 Max. Per Permit

(b)

Commercial

$250.00 $50.00

(c)

Roofing

$250.00

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ARTICLE IX PARK, RECREATION AND COMMUNITY SERVICES


SECTION 1. DEFINITIONS (As used in this Resolution)
(Added 6/27/95, Resolution 24,510) (Last Update 6/14/11, Resolution 28,350)

(A)

Charitable Activity - Any activity in which any accruing monetary profit is donated to a valid charity or community service. Commercial Activity - Any activity in which there is a related monetary profit motive.

(B)

(C) Department Sponsored Groups - Those groups who receive assistance from the City. (D) Educational Activity - Any activity which promotes the opportunity for learning, growth and/or enhancement of skills. (E) Political Activity - Any activity which advocates the principles of a political party, organization, or candidate.

(F)

Recreational Activity - An enjoyable activity that expands the mind and body in a positive, healthy way.

(G) Religious Activity - Any activity which establishes, promotes, or supports the doctrines or creeds of a religious denomination or sect not including incidental recreational activities such as picnics, dinners, sports events and dances. (H) Resident - A person or persons who reside in Burbank. (I) Resident Group - A group of persons at least seventy percent (70%) of who reside or work in Burbank. Non-Resident Group - A person or persons not residing in the City of Burbank. Non-Profit Group - City of Burbank based groups/organizations who are identified by a tax-exempt status. Burbank Unified School District - A group of persons that is affiliated with a school within the Burbank Unified School District.

(J) (K)

(L)

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SECTION 2.

FEES FOR GROUP ACTIVITIES


(Last Update 6/14/11, Resolution 28,350) Amount Unit/Time

Description (A) Permit Fee (1) (2) (B)

Resident and Non-Resident Group (Non-Refundable) $10.00 Day Burbank Unified School District Group (Waived) $0.00 a. A letter from the school's principal authorizing the event must be provided to the City. $40.00 $70.00 $100.00 $110.00 $125.00 $145.00 $160.00 $170.00 $195.00 $220.00 $300.00 $350.00 $1,700.00 $2,500.00 $80.00 $115.00 $175.00 $295.00 $325.00 $415.00 $445.00 $515.00 $615.00 $715.00 $975.00 $1,175.00 $5,880.00 $8,430.00 $500.00 $1,000.00 $30.00 $50.00 $60.00 $70.00 $90.00 $130.00 $250.00 $8.00 $14.00 $20.00 $22.00 $25.00 $29.00 $32.00 5-Hour Period 5-Hour Period 5-Hour Period 5-Hour Period 5-Hour Period 5-Hour Period 5-Hour Period 5-Hour Period 5-Hour Period 5-Hour Period 5-Hour Period 5-Hour Period 5-Hour Period 5-Hour Period 5-Hour Period 5-Hour Period 5-Hour Period 5-Hour Period 5-Hour Period 5-Hour Period 5-Hour Period 5-Hour Period 5-Hour Period 5-Hour Period 5-Hour Period 5-Hour Period 5-Hour Period 5-Hour Period 5-Hour Period 5-Hour Period 2-Hour Period 2-Hour Period 2-Hour Period 2-Hour Period 2-Hour Period 2-Hour Period 2-Hour Period 1-Hour Period 1-Hour Period 1-Hour Period 1-Hour Period 1-Hour Period 1-Hour Period 1-Hour Period

Park Facility Fee Schedule (1) Resident Group (1-25) (2) Resident Group (26-50) (3) Resident Group (51-100) (4) Resident Group (101-150) (5) Resident Group (151-199) (6) Resident Group (200-250) (7) Resident Group (251-300) (8) Resident Group (301-400) (9) Resident Group (401-500) (10) Resident Group (501-600) (11) Resident Group (601-800) (12) Resident Group (801-1,000) (13) Resident Group (1,001-4,999) (14) Resident Group (5,000+) (15) Non-Resident Group (1-25) (16) Non-Resident Group (26-50) (17) Non-Resident Group (51-100) (18) Non-Resident Group (101-150) (19) Non-Resident Group (151-199) (20) Non-Resident Group (200-250) (21) Non-Resident Group (251-300) (22) Non-Resident Group (301-400) (23) Non-Resident Group (401-500) (24) Non-Resident Group (501-600) (25) Non-Resident Group (601-800) (26) Non-Resident Group (801-1,000) (27) Non-Resident Group (1,001-4,999) (28) Non-Resident Group (5,000+) (29) Robert Gross Resident Fee (30) Robert Gross Non-Resident Fee (31) Commercial Group (1-25) (32) Commercial Group (26-50) (33) Commercial Group (51-100) (34) Commercial Group (101-200) (35) Commercial Group (201-300) (36) Commercial Group (301-400) (37) Commercial Group (401-500)

(C) Additional Hour Charges (1) Resident Group (1-25) (2) Resident Group (26-50) (3) Resident Group (51-100) (4) Resident Group (101-150) (5) Resident Group (151-199) (6) Resident Group (200-250) (7) Resident Group (251-300)

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Description (8) (9) (10) (11) (12) (13) (14) (15) (16) (17) (18) (19) (20) (21) (22) (23) (24) (25) (26) (27) (28) (29) (30) (31) (32) (33) (34) (35) Resident Group (301-400) Resident Group (401-500) Resident Group (501-600) Resident Group (601-800) Resident Group (801-1,000) Resident Group (1,001-4,999) Resident Group (5,000+) Non-Resident Group (1-25) Non-Resident Group (26-50) Non-Resident Group (51-100) Non-Resident Group (101-150) Non-Resident Group (151-199) Non-Resident Group (200-250) Non-Resident Group (251-300) Non-Resident Group (301-400) Non-Resident Group (401-500) Non-Resident Group (501-600) Non-Resident Group (601-800) Non-Resident Group (801-1,000) Non-Resident Group (1,001-4,999) Non-Resident Group (5,000+) Commercial Group (1-25) Commercial Group (26-50) Commercial Group (51-100) Commercial Group (101-200) Commercial Group (201-300) Commercial Group (301-400) Commercial Group (401-500)

Amount $34.00 $39.00 $44.00 $60.00 $70.00 $340.00 $500.00 $16.00 $23.00 $35.00 $59.00 $65.00 $83.00 $89.00 $103.00 $135.00 $143.00 $195.00 $235.00 $1,175.00 $1,686.00 $15.00 $25.00 $30.00 $35.00 $45.00 $65.00 $125.00

Unit/Time 1-Hour Period 1-Hour Period 1-Hour Period 1-Hour Period 1-Hour Period 1-Hour Period 1-Hour Period 1-Hour Period 1-Hour Period 1-Hour Period 1-Hour Period 1-Hour Period 1-Hour Period 1-Hour Period 1-Hour Period 1-Hour Period 1-Hour Period 1-Hour Period 1-Hour Period 1-Hour Period 1-Hour Period 1-Hour Period 1-Hour Period 1-Hour Period 1-Hour Period 1-Hour Period 1-Hour Period 1-Hour Period

(D) Refundable Cleaning and Maintenance Deposit (1) Resident Groups (1-100) (2) Resident Groups (101-200) (3) Resident Groups (201-300) (4) Resident Groups (301-500) (5) Resident Group (501-1,000) (6) Resident Group (1,001-5,000) (7) Non-Resident Groups (1-100) (8) Non-Resident Groups (101-200) (9) Non-Resident Groups (201-300) (10) Non-Resident Groups (301-500) (11) Non-Resident Groups (501-1000) (12) Non-Resident Groups (1001-5000) (13) Robert Gross Deposit (14) Commercial Group (1-100) (15) Commercial Group (101-200) (16) Commercial Group (201-300) (17) Commercial Group (301-500) (18) Commercial Group (501+) (E) Insurance Required for the Following (1) Catered Event (2) Use of Special Equipment (such as moonbounce, etc) (3) Any group larger than 100 persons

$50.00 $100.00 $200.00 $250.00 $350.00 $500.00 $100.00 $150.00 $250.00 $300.00 $400.00 $600.00 $400.00 $100.00 $150.00 $250.00 $300.00 $600.00

Day Day Day Day Day Day Day Day Day Day Day Day Day Day Day Day Day Day

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Description (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (F) Dog Shows/Meets Car Shows Sport/Athletic Events Any Commercial Activity Any Hired Service

Amount

Unit/Time

Trash Bin Fees (1) Group 200-499 persons (2) Group 500+ persons
*Fees subject to change based on adopted Refuse Fees.

$252.19 $504.38

1 Bin 2 Bins

(G) Additional Fees In addition to the park facility fee and deposit, the permittee shall also pay the costs required to staff, monitor, purchase supplies, and/or prepare the facility as determined by the Director or his/her designee, on a case by case basis.

SECTION 3.

ROOM RENTAL FEES


(Last Update 6/14/11, Resolution 28,350)

Description (A) During regular facility operating hours, the Park, Recreation and Community Services Department may provide the following facilities for a period of up to five hours, for the fees specified. For the use of any facility beyond the five-hour period during regular facility operating hours, fees will be prorated on an hourly basis. Number of Resident Persons Group (1-100) (101-150) $200.00 $250.00 $40.00 NonResident Group $250.00 $310.00 $50.00

(B)

McCambridge Recreation Center (1) Room 4

Non-Profit Group $60.00 $75.00 $12.00

(2)

Rooms 1, 2, and 3

(C) Olive Recreation Center (1) Meeting Rooms 3, 4, 5, and 6 (D) Verdugo Recreation Center (1) Room 1 (2) Lower Assembly Building (3) Log Cabin (E) Maxam Park (1) Recreation Building Robert Gross Park (1) Recreation Building

$40.00 $40.00 $60.00 $40.00 $60.00

$50.00 $50.00 $70.00 $50.00 $70.00

$12.00 $12.00 $20.00 $12.00 $20.00

(F)

$60.00

$70.00

$20.00

(G) Staffing Staffing is assigned on an as needed basis and will be compensated based on the applicable hourly rate. (H) Refundable Security and Maintenance Deposit (1) Resident Groups (1-100) $100.00 Day

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Description (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (I) Resident Groups (101-200) Resident Groups (201-350) Non-Resident Groups (1-100) Non-Resident Groups (101-200) Non-Resident Groups (201-350) Commercial Group (1-100) Commercial Group (101-200) Commercial Group (201-350)

Amount $150.00 $200.00 $150.00 $200.00 $300.00 $150.00 $200.00 $300.00

Unit/Time Day Day Day Day Day Day Day Day

Insurance Required for the Following: (1) Catered Event (2) Use of Special Equipment (3) Any Group Larger Than 100 Persons (4) Sport/Athletic/Dance Activity (5) Any Commercial Activity (6) Any Hired Service (7) Any non-commercial activity determined on a case by case basis by the Director or his/her designee

SECTION 4.

FIELD RESERVATIONS
(Last Update 6/17/03, Resolution 26,506) Amount Unit/Time

Description (A) Football, Flag Football, Baseball, Softball (1) Resident (2) Non-Resident

$15.00 $30.00

Hour Hour

SECTION 5.

INDOOR GAME COURTS


(Added 6/22/04, Resolution 26,737) (Last Update 6/14/11, Resolution 28,350)

Description (A)

Amount

Unit/Time

Assignments for Single or Multiple Events Requests for use of indoor game courts by individuals or organized groups whose interests are primarily their own and assignment constitutes an exclusive use, the following fees shall be in effect for either practice or game levels. (1) Basketball (a) Full Court (b) (2) Cross Court $10.00 $5.00 Each Half-Hour Period Each Half-Hour Period Each Half-Hour Period Each Half-Hour Period

Badminton (a) Each Court Volleyball (a) Each Court

$2.00

(3)

$5.00

(B)

Non regular hours rental rate for basketball, volleyball and badminton - exclusive use of gym, which equates to two full courts. (1) Resident Group $300.00 2-Hour Minimum

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Description (2) (3) Non-Resident Group Non-Profit Group

Amount $375.00 $150.00

Unit/Time 2-Hour Minimum 2-Hour Minimum

Staffing charges will be compensated based on the applicable hourly rate.

SECTION 6.

SWIMMING POOLS
(Last Update 6/14/11, Resolution 28,350) Amount Unit/Time

Description Admission to the Municipal Swimming Pools shall be by ticket as follows: (A) Single Admission (1) 12 years old, and under, each (a) Resident (b) Non-Resident (2) 13 through 18, each (a) Resident (b) Non-Resident 19 and over, each (a) Resident (b) Non-Resident Senior Citizens (with Gold Card) (a) Resident (b) Non-Resident

$1.00 $5.00 $1.50 $10.00 $4.00 $10.00 $2.00 $5.00

(3)

(4)

(B)

Group Use of Pools Pools may be rented for minimum two hours if scheduled immediately prior to or following regular operations schedule. (1) (2) (3) Resident Group Non-Resident Group Non-Profit Group $70.00 $90.00 $50.00 Hour Hour Hour

(C) Lifeguards (1) (2) Lifeguard Senior Lifeguard $15.00 $17.00 Hour Hour

Note: A minimum of one (1) Senior Lifeguard and two (2) Lifeguards will be required for all pool rentals.

SECTION 7.

FIELD PREPARATION AND LINING CHARGES


(Last Update 6/20/06, Resolution 27,258) Amount $40.00

Description (A) Football, flag football, baseball, softball, soccer

Unit/Time Per Reservation

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SECTION 8.

OUTDOOR LIGHTING
(Last Update 6/17/03, Resolution 26,506) Amount Unit/Time

Description (A) Lighting of: (1) Baseball/Softball Diamonds (Each) (2) Tennis Courts

$4.00 $1.00

Half Hour Half Hour

SECTION 9.

OTHER FACILITY USE, SERVICE AND STAFF FEES


(Last Update 6/14/11, Resolution 28,350)

Description (A) Facility Use and Service: Any other City owned or operated Park, Recreation and Community Services facility, parks grounds or City provided Park, Recreation and Community Services Department service not listed specifically in this fee schedule or elsewhere shall be available at the discretion of the Park, Recreation and Community Services Department Director. The Director or his/her designee will determine the applicable fees and necessary requirements.

(B)

Staffing: Any City owned or operated Park, Recreation and Community Services facility, parks grounds or City provided Park, Recreation and Community Services Department service requiring staffing to open, close, supervise or otherwise carry out responsibilities required or assigned, will be compensated based upon the applicable hourly rate.

SECTION 10. ACTIVITY CHARGES


(Last Update 6/17/03, Resolution 26,506) Description (A) Amount Unit/Time

Registration fees of varying amounts may be charged for any recreational group activity sponsored by the Park, Recreation and Community Services Department, the amounts of such fees to represent the actual cost of the service rendered as computed by the Park, Recreation and Community Services Department. Non-residents shall pay in addition to any such fee: (1) (2) Youth Adult $5.00 $10.00

SECTION 11. REDUCED FEES FOR SENIOR CITIZENS


(Last Update 6/14/11, Resolution 28,350) Description (A) Any Senior Citizen holding a Burbank Senior Activity Card issued by the City may be entitled to participate in adult recreational group activities or classes conducted or sponsored by the Park, Recreation and Community Services Department for 50% of the applicable fee, except classes conducted under contract arrangements.

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SECTION 12. WAIVER OF FEES


(Last Update 6/14/11, Resolution 28,350) Description (A) Amount Unit/Time

Applicable fees may be waived or reduced by the Park, Recreation and Community Services Director for the following group classifications: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) Resident Youth Groups Resident Senior Citizen Groups Resident Disabled Groups Department-sponsored Groups Nonprofit Resident Community Groups Political Forums of a Resident Nonpartisan Nature

Additionally, applicable fees may be waived or reduced by the Park, Recreation and Community Services Director in those cases where waiver or reduction of the fee would be in the public interest. (B) All organized leagues or teams in organized leagues, other than those in City of Burbank leagues, requesting use of sports facilities will be classified into one of the following groups and charged accordingly: (1) Class I - All Youth Organizations, 70% Burbank Residents Waive 50% of field rental and Pay 75% for lights and special services Pay 75% field rental and pay for lights and special services

(2)

Class II - All Adult Organizations, 70% Burbank Residents

(3)

Class III - All Other Groups

Pay 100% of all applicable fees

SECTION 13. SPECIALTY ACTIVITIES


(Last Update 6/14/11, Resolution 28,350) Description (A) Amount Unit/Time

Any person or group desiring to reserve for use any of the Park, Recreation and Community Services Department facilities or use such facilities for any specialty activities or events; including but not limited to car shows, run/walks, or dog shows, shall submit an application for permit to the Park, Recreation and Community Services Department. Each shall be accompanied by a nonrefundable fee of $15.00. Each specialty activity/event application will be reviewed by the Park, Recreation and Community Services Director or his/her designee to determine the applicable fees and necessary requirements.

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SECTION 14. PROHIBITED USES


Description (A) The rental of any public park building or grounds, for any activity shall in no way interfere with the use and occupancy of such building or grounds for public park or playground purposes, or interfere with the regular conduct of public park and playground activities as determined by the Park, Recreation and Community Services Director.

SECTION 15. PERMITS


(Last Update 6/14/11, Resolution 28,350) Description (A) Amount Unit/Time

Any person or group desiring to reserve for use any of the Park, Recreation and Community Services Department facilities or use such facilities on an unreserved bases for educational, charitable, political or religious activity shall submit an application for permit to the Park, Recreation and Community Services Department. Each application shall be accompanied by an application fee of $15.00. Each permit issued in response to an application shall state the date and the hours during which the facility may be used and the application fee. Any person or group desiring to reserve for use any of the Park, Recreation and Community Services Department facilities for commercial use shall submit an application for permit to the Park, Recreation and Community Services Department. The nonrefundable application fee of $195 shall be based upon the total of the following costs: (1) Intermediate Clerk (3-5 hours), $16.90/hour $50.00 Tasks performed: (a) Check application for completeness. (b) Check availability of desired time and location. (c) Prepare application for Directors review. (d) Check with other Departments for impact and service concerns. (e) Follow up on insurance and other legal requirements as necessary. (f) Provide notice to applicant concerning permit approval or denial.
Director/Assistant Director/Deputy Director (3-5 hours), $45/hour

(B)

(2)

$135.00 Tasks performed: (a) Check with site personnel concerning specific program and facility impacts. (b) Check with Risk Management regarding specific liability concerns in relation to the (c) Check with other Departments that might be affected by the proposed program or service to determine potential negative impacts. (d) (e) (f) Determine if any additional or special conditions are necessary to effectuate the proposed program or to mitigate potential negative impacts. Process the application for CEQA analysis. Determine approval or rejection based upon adopted policy. $10.00

(3) (4)

Miscellaneous administrative costs. (Includes printing, phone, fax, mail, etc)

The nonrefundable application fee for an extension of an existing permit, provided there are no issues or problems requiring additional staff time is $20.00.

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Description

Amount

Unit/Time

(C) Mailing Costs: In addition to any applicable commercial use application fee, facility fee and/or refundable cleaning and maintenance deposit, the permittee shall also pay for any associated mailing costs. This includes, but is not limited to, notification to nearby residents. (D) Staffing: In addition to any applicable commercial use application fee, facility fee and/or refundable cleaning and maintenance deposit, the permittee shall also pay the reasonable costs required to prepare, staff and/or monitor the property as determined on a case by case basis by Director or his designee. This fee shall be compensated based on the applicable hourly rate. (E) Additional Fee An additional fee may be required for any permit that necessitates being expedited. This includes, but is not limited to permits submitted with less than a seventy-two (72) hour notice.

SECTION 16. INSURANCE


Description (A) No permit shall be issued for any commercial activity unless the applicant first obtains, pays for and maintains a policy of general liability insurance approved as to form by the City Attorney which shall insure the City, its officers and employees against any liability, or claims of liability, brought or made by or on behalf of any person for personal injury or property damage caused by or arising out of any negligent act or omission of either the permittee, his agents or employees, including any officers or employees of the City, or caused by or arising out of the condition of any City-owned or controlled property, whether real or personal, and occurring during the period and as a result of the activities for which such permit was issued. The amount of coverage to be provided by such policy shall not be less than One Million Dollars ($1,000,000) combined single limit. This requirement may be satisfied through the presentation of a certificate of insurance, for at least the required amount of coverage, which indicates that, by endorsement thereto, the City, its officers and employees have been added as additional insureds. Such certificates shall additionally provide that the required insurance will not be modified, changed or terminated until at least (10) days written notice thereof has been transmitted to the City Attorney. The Park, Recreation and Community Services Director may also require public liability and property damage insurance in connection with any other activity or the use of park property or facilities, if the activity or use might cause injury or damage to persons or property.

SECTION 17. REVOCATION OF PERMIT


Description (A) In addition to the grounds for revocation contained in Section 19-49 of the Burbank Municipal Code, any permit issued under this resolution may be revoked at the discretion of the Park, Recreation and Community Services Director or his/her designee if the facility is actually needed for a greater service to a greater number of persons during the time or period covered by the permittee or for just cause.

SECTION 18. REVOCATION OF PERMIT - APPEAL


Description (A) Any person whose application for permit is denied, or whose permit is revoked, may appeal to the City Council in accordance with Chapter 19, Article 7, of the Burbank Municipal Code.

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SECTION 19. PAYMENT OF FEES: DEBT


Description (A) No person shall be issued a permit or be provided a service under this resolution without having first paid the fee or charge, if any, prescribed for such use or service. The amount of any permit fee shall be a debt owing to the City, and any person using a public facility or service without having paid the fee or the charge, if any, in such case provided, shall be liable to any action in the name of the City in any court of competent jurisdiction for the amount of the fee or charge.

SECTION 20. REFUNDS


(Last Update 6/14/11, Resolution 28,350) Description (A) Any fees or charges paid to the City, with the exception of permit fees, shall be refunded to the permittee with at least two business weeks prior notice to the date of use and for reasonable cause, and request for refund and cancellation of the permit is made in writing to the Park, Recreation and Community Services Department.

(B)

Robert Gross Facility Fees are due to the Park, Recreation and Community Services Department no later than one month prior to reservation date. If the reservation is cancelled at least one month prior to the date reserved, the Cleaning Deposit and a 50% refund of the Facility will be issued. If the reservation is cancelled less than one month prior to the date reserved, the Cleaning Deposit and a 25% refund of the Facility will be issued.

SECTION 21. SEVERABILITY


Description (A) If any part or application of this resolution is held invalid, the remainder of its application to other situations or personals shall not be affected.

SECTION 22. DEBELL MUNICIPAL GOLF COURSE AND FACILITIES


(Last Update 6/14/11, Resolution 28,350) Description (A) Amount Unit/Time

Definitions. "Holidays" shall mean and be limited to the following days: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) Every Saturday and Sunday January 1st, known as "New Year's Day" January 16th, known as "Martin Luther King Day" Third Monday in February, known as "President's Day" Last Monday in May, known as "Memorial Day" th July 4 , known as "Independence Day" First Monday in September, known as "Labor Day"

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Description (8) (9) (10) (11) (12) (13) (14)

Amount

Unit/Time

November 11th, known as "Veteran's Day" December 25th, known as "Christmas Day" Every day appointed by the President or Governor for a public fast, Thanksgiving, or holiday The day after that Thursday in November appointed by the President as "Thanksgiving Day" Such other days as may be declared to be holidays by resolution of the City Council The Monday following any of the foregoing holidays which falls upon a Sunday The Friday preceding any of the foregoing holidays which falls upon a Saturday; and "weekdays" shall mean all other days.

(B)

DeBell 18 Hole Course Fees. The following green fees and other special fees shall be paid for the use of the DeBell 18 Hole Municipal Golf Course. (1) Rates per round of eighteen holes or less, except as otherwise provided: (a) Weekends/Holidays $40.00 (i) Non-Resident Resident $30.00 (ii) Twilight Rates for Weekends/Holidays (i) Twilight Resident (ii) Twilight Non-Resident (iii) Super Twilight (All) Twilight Times (i) Standard 1:00 PM (ii) Daylight Savings 3:00 PM Super Twilight Times (i) Standard 3:00 PM (ii) Daylight Savings 5:00 PM (b) Weekdays (i) Non-Resident (ii) Resident Twilight Rates for Weekdays (i) Twilight Resident (ii) Twilight Non-Resident (iii) Super Twilight (All) Twilight Times (i) Standard 1:00 PM (ii) Daylight Savings 3:00 PM Super Twilight Times (i) Standard 3:00 PM (ii) Daylight Savings 5:00 PM

Per Person Per Person

$19.00 $24.00 $14.00

$33.00 $24.00

Per Person Per Person

$15.00 $20.00 $12.00

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Description (c) Juniors up to 18 (Weekdays only) (i) Non-Resident (ii) Resident

Amount

Unit/Time

$7.00 No Charge

Per Person

Burbank resident juniors will purchase a $10.00 annual membership card that allows free play for 17 years and under. The age of 18 years will also be permissible if attending a Burbank high school. (d) Visiting School Team Members (only while playing in matches with Burbank School teams) Senior Citizens 60 years or older (Weekdays only) (i) Non-Resident (ii) Resident Twilight Rates for Senior Citizens (Weekdays only) (i) Twilight Senior Resident (ii) Twilight Senior Non-Resident (iii) Super Twilight (All) Twilight Times (i) Standard 1:00 PM (ii) Daylight Savings 3:00 PM Super Twilight Times (i) Standard 3:00 PM (ii) Daylight Savings 5:00 PM (2) Nine Holes (a) Weekends/Holidays (i) Non-Resident (ii) Resident (b) Weekdays (i) Non-Resident (ii) Resident Senior Citizens (60 years or older) Burbank residents and members of the Burbank Men's, Women's, Duffer's and Senior Men's Clubs during approved club events (weekdays only). Senior Citizens (non-resident) - 60 years or older (weekdays only) $7.00 Per Person

(e)

$20.00 $14.00

Per Person Per Person

$10.00 $13.00 $10.00

$24.00 $19.00

Per Person Per Person

$20.00 $15.00 $10.00

Per Person Per Person Per Person

(c)

(d) (3)

$13.00 $15.00

Per Person Per Person

Resident/Reservation Club Member Card (Good for one year from time of purchase). Card provides proof of residency and also allows for prioritized reservations.

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Description (4) Non-Resident/Reservation Club Member Card (Good for one year from time of purchase). Card allows for prioritized reservations. Failure to Show on Reservation Penalty Fee Exemption for Local High School Student Team Members. During the scholastic golf season (usually February through May of each year), the Parks, Recreation and Community Services Director may exempt from the payment of any of the foregoing fees, including the surcharge, applicable to the use of the DeBell 18 Hole Municipal Golf course on weekdays, to a maximum of three practice rounds and one interscholastic match per week per member; not more than 16 registered members of the student golf team of Burbank High School and not more than 16 registered members of the student golf team of Burroughs High School.

Amount $30.00

Unit/Time Per Person

(5) (6)

$10.00

Per Person

(7)

Advance Group Reservation Fee for groups of 16 or more on holidays, (except Burbank Men's, Women's, and Lady Duffer's clubs).

$5.00

Per Person (Cart Rental Mandatory)

(C) DeBell Par Three Course Fees (per round of nine holes or less) (1) (2) (3) (4) Holidays Weekdays Senior Citizens* Juniors (Weekdays Only) (a) Resident (b) Non-Resident $7.00 $5.00 $3.00 No Fee $3.00 Per Person Per Person Per Person

Per Person

Burbank resident juniors will purchase a $10.00 annual membership card that allows free play for 17 years and under. The age of 18 years will also be permissible if attending a Burbank high school.

* Burbank residents, and members of the Burbank Mens, Womens, Duffers, and Senior Mens Clubs
during approved club events (weekdays only). (D) Locker Rental Fees (1) 18" x 18" x 72" (E) Electric Golf Cart Rental Fees (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) 18 Holes - Double Rider 9 Holes - Double Rider 18 Hole Single Rider 9 Hole Single Rider Twilight Cart - Double Rider Twilight Cart Single Rider $28.00 $20.00 $14.00 $10.00 $20.00 $10.00

$30.00

Annual Rate

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Description (F) Tournament Fees (1) (2) Shotgun Tournaments (144 players minimum) General Tournaments (small groups averaging 20-60 players) Shotgun and general tournaments conducted could pay this fee to concessionaire applicable toward menu purchase. Subdivision (F) shall not apply to shotgun tournaments conducted by the following organizations: (a) Any organization which has its place of business in the City of Burbank and is exempt from the payment of the Bank and Corporation Tax pursuant to Division 2, Part 11, Chapter 4, Article 1 of the Revenue and Taxations Code; (b) Burbank municipal employees associations.

Amount

Unit/Time

$15.00 $5.00

Per Person Per Person

(3)

$5.00

Per Person

(4)

(G) Administrative Discretion In the event of a special marketing, public relations promotion, anticipated events, or natural disaster, the Golf Professional may consult with the Park, Recreation and Community Services Director, or his designee, to impose modified rates.

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ARTICLE X ELECTRIC RATES AND CHARGES


SECTION 1. RESIDENTIAL SERVICE (B.M.C. Sec. 30-206)
(Last Update 6/14/11, Resolution 28,350) Description (A) Basic Service Rate (1) Customer Service Charge (2) Energy Charge (a) First 250 kWh/mo. (b) Next 500 kWh/mo. (c) All additional kWh/mo. (3) Energy Cost Adjustment Charge (ECAC) (Sec. 13) (a) First 250 kWh/mo. (b) Next 500 kWh/mo. (c) All additional kWh/mo. (4) Composite Energy Rate
(Comprised of Energy charge and ECAC and may differ from billed rate due to rounding)

Amount

Unit/Time

$4.79

Meter

$0.0145 $0.0463 $0.0528

$0.0979 $0.1039 $0.1185

(a) First 250 kWh/mo. (b) Next 500 kWh/mo. (c) All additional kWh/mo. Each of the rates above shall be increased or decreased according to Section 13. (5) Minimum Charge (B) Lifeline Service Rate (1) Customer Service Charge (2) Energy Charge (a) First 400 kWh/mo. (b) Next 350 kWh/mo. (c) All additional kWh/mo. (3) Energy Cost Adjustment Charge (ECAC) (Sec. 13) (a) First 400 kWh/mo. (b) Next 350 kWh/mo. (c) All additional kWh/mo. (4) Composite Energy Rate

$0.1124 $0.1502 $0.1713

kWh kWh kWh

$4.79

Month

$0.00

Meter

$0.0144 $0.0302 $0.0336

$0.0413 $0.0863 $0.0961

(Comprised of Energy charge and ECAC and may differ from billed rate due to rounding)

(a) First 400 kWh/mo. (b) Next 350 kWh/mo. (c) All additional kWh/mo. Each of the rates above shall be increased or decreased according to Section 13. (C) Electric Vehicle Mileage Credit (1) Mileage Credit The mileage credit applies to miles driven in an electric or plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV) that is rechared at the customer's residence.

$0.0557 $0.1165 $0.1298

kWh kWh kWh

$0.0138

Mile

80

Description (D) TOU Rate (1) Customer Service Charge (2) Energy Charge (Includes ECAC charge of $0.1056) (a) Summer On-Peak (b) Summer Mid-Peak (c) Summer Off-Peak (d) Winter Mid-Peak (e) Winter Off-Peak

Amount

Unit/Time

$4.79

Meter

$0.21 $0.12 $0.08 $0.12 $0.08

kWh kWh kWh kWh kWh

Definitions: Summer: June 1 through October 31. On-Peak: Summer Weekdays, noon to 6 pm; except holidays. Mid-Peak: Weekdays, 8 am to noon, 6 pm to 11 pm, except holidays. Off-Peak: All remaining hours. Holidays are New Years Day (January 1), Presidents Day (third Monday in February), Memorial Day (last Monday in May), Independence Day (July 4), Labor Day (first Monday in September), Veterans Day (November 11), Thanksgiving Day (fourth Thursday in November), and Christmas (December 25). When any holiday listed above falls on Sunday, the following Monday will be recognized as an offpeak period. No change will be made for holidays falling on Saturday.

SECTION 2.

SCHEDULE C: SMALL GENERAL SERVICE WITHOUT DEMAND


(Last Update 6/14/11, Resolution 28,350)

Description (A) Basic Service Rate (1) Customer Service Charge (a) Unmetered service (b) 1-phase (c) 3-phase (2) Energy Charge (a) All kWh/mo. (3) Energy Cost Adjustment Charge (ECAC): (a) All kWh/mo. ECAC rate shall be increased or decreased according to Section 13. (4) Minimum Charge The minimum charge shall be the sum of the Customer Service Charge. (B) Electric Vehicle Mileage Credit (1) Mileage Credit The mileage credit applies to miles driven in an electric or plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV) that is rechared at the customer's residence.

Amount

Unit/Time

$5.59 $9.03 $11.28

Service Meter Meter

$0.0334

kWh

$0.1056

kWh

Month

$0.0138

Mile

81

Description (C) TOU Rate (1) Customer Service Charge (a) Unmetered service (b) 1-phase (c) 3-phase (2) Energy Charge (Includes ECAC charge of $0.1056) (a) Summer On-Peak (b) Summer Mid-Peak (c) Summer Off-Peak (d) Winter Mid-Peak (e) Winter Off-Peak

Amount

Unit/Time

$5.59 $9.03 $11.28

Service Meter Meter

$0.21 $0.12 $0.08 $0.12 $0.08

kWh kWh kWh kWh kWh

Definitions: Summer: June 1 through October 31. On-Peak: Summer Weekdays, noon to 6 pm; except holidays. Mid-Peak: Weekdays, 8 am to noon, 6 pm to 11 pm, except holidays. Off-Peak: All remaining hours. Holidays are New Years Day (January 1), Presidents Day (third Monday in February), Memorial Day (last Monday in May), Independence Day (July 4), Labor Day (first Monday in September), Veterans Day (November 11), Thanksgiving Day (fourth Thursday in November), and Christmas (December 25). When any holiday listed above falls on Sunday, the following Monday will be recognized as an offpeak period. No change will be made for holidays falling on Saturday.

SECTION 3.

SCHEDULE D: MEDIUM GENERAL SERVICE 20 kW to 250 kW


(Last Update 6/14/11, Resolution 28,350)

Description (A) Basic Service Rate (1) Customer Service Charge (a) 1-phase (b) 3-phase (2) Demand Charge (a) Minimum (b) All kW of Billing Demand Billing demand shall be definedas the kilowatts of measured maximum demand, but not less than 70% of the highest demand established in billings for the preceding months of July, August, September, and October, beginning with meters read on and after July 1. (3) The Special Demand charge applies to devices and equipment that produce highly intermittent demands of short duration. These special demand loads include, but are not limited to resistance welding equipment, x-ray machines and bombarding transformers.

Amount

Unit/Time

$10.67 $15.99

Meter Meter

$87.96 $9.86

Month kW

$11.18

kW

82

Description (4) Energy Charge (a) All kWh/mo. (5) Energy Cost Adjustment Charge (ECAC): (a) All kWh/mo. ECAC rate shall be increased or decreased according to Section 13. (6) Minimum Charge (a) 1-phase (b) 3-phase The minimum charge shall be the sum of the Customer Service Charge plus the Minimum Demand Charge. (B) Electric Vehicle Mileage Credit (1) Mileage Credit The mileage credit applies to miles driven in an electric or plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV) that is rechared at the customer's residence.

Amount

Unit/Time

$0.0081

kWh

$0.1056

kWh

$98.63 $103.95

Month Month

$0.0138

Mile

(C) TOU Rate (1) Customer Service Charge (a) Unmetered service (b) 1-phase (c) 3-phase (2) Energy Charge (Includes ECAC charge of $0.1056) (a) Summer On-Peak (b) Summer Mid-Peak (c) Summer Off-Peak (d) Winter Mid-Peak (e) Winter Off-Peak

$5.59 $9.03 $11.28

Service Meter Meter

$0.21 $0.12 $0.08 $0.12 $0.08

kWh kWh kWh kWh kWh

Definitions: Summer: June 1 through October 31. On-Peak: Summer Weekdays, noon to 6 pm; except holidays. Mid-Peak: Weekdays, 8 am to noon, 6 pm to 11 pm, except holidays. Off-Peak: All remaining hours. Holidays are New Years Day (January 1), Presidents Day (third Monday in February), Memorial Day (last Monday in May), Independence Day (July 4), Labor Day (first Monday in September), Veterans Day (November 11), Thanksgiving Day (fourth Thursday in November), and Christmas (December 25). When any holiday listed above falls on Sunday, the following Monday will be recognized as an offpeak period. No change will be made for holidays falling on Saturday.

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SECTION 4.

SCHEDULE L-TOU SECONDARY LARGE GENERAL SERVICE SECONDARY OVER 250 KVA - 1,000 KVA
(Last Update 6/14/11, Resolution 28,350)

Description (A) Basic Service Rate Customers serviced below 2.4 kV qualify for secondary service. (1) Customer Service Charge (2) Distribution Demand Charge (a) Minimum (b) All kVA (3) Reliability Services Demand Charge (a) Minimum (b) All kVA

Amount

Unit/Time

$108.54

Meter

$1,628.09 $10.15

Month kVA

$1,215.64 $7.56

Month kVA

(4) Energy Charge (Includes ECAC charge of $0.0988 for primary service $0.1056 for secondary service) (a) Summer On-Peak $0.1459 kWh (b) Summer Mid-Peak $0.0987 kWh (c) Summer Off-Peak $0.0729 kWh Winter Mid-Peak (d) $0.0987 kWh (e) Winter Off-Peak $0.0729 kWh Definitions: Summer: June 1 through October 31. On-Peak: Summer Weekdays, noon to 6 pm, except holidays. Mid-Peak: Weekdays, 8 am to noon, 6 pm to 11 pm, except holidays. Off-Peak: All remaining hours. Winter: November 1 through May 31. Mid-Peak: Weekdays, 8 am to 11pm, except holidays. Off-Peak: All remaining hours. Holidays are New Years Day (January 1), Presidents Day (third Monday in February), Memorial Day (last Monday in May), Independence Day (July 4), Labor Day (first Monday in September), Veterans Day (November 11), Thanksgiving Day (fourth Thursday in November), and Christmas (December 25). When any holiday listed above falls on Sunday, the following Monday will be recognized as an offpeak period. No change will be made for holidays falling on Saturday. (5) Energy rate shall be increased or decreased according to Sec. 13 Article X. (6) Minimum Charge The minimum charge shall be the sum of the Customer Service Charge plus the Minimum Distribution and Reliability Services Demand Charges. $2,952.27 Month

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SECTION 5.

SCHEDULE L-TOU PRIMARY LARGE GENERALSERVICE PRIMARY OVER 250 KVA - 1,000 KVA
(Last Update 6/14/11, Resolution 28,350)

Description (A) Basic Service Rate Customers serviced at 2.4 kV and above, and customers with only one level of transformation below 34.5 kV (excepting 12kV/4kV transformations done as part of a voltage conversion effort) qualify for primary service. (1) Customer Service Charge (2) Distribution Demand Charge (a) Minimum (b) All kVA (3) Reliability Services Demand Charge (a) Minimum (b) All kVA

Amount

Unit/Time

$108.54

Meter

$1,519.55 $9.41

Month kVA

$1,085.39 $7.01

Month kVA

(4) Energy Charge (Includes ECAC charge of $0.0988 for primary service $0.1056 for secondary service) (a) Summer On-Peak $0.1352 kWh (b) Summer Mid-Peak $0.0915 kWh (c) Summer Off-Peak $0.0676 kWh (d) Winter Mid-Peak $0.0915 kWh (e) Winter Off-Peak $0.0676 kWh Definitions: Summer: June 1 through October 31. On-Peak: Summer Weekdays, noon to 6 pm, except holidays. Mid-Peak: Weekdays, 8 am to noon, 6 pm to 11 pm, except holidays. Off-Peak: All remaining hours. Winter: November 1 through May 31. Mid-Peak: Weekdays, 8 am to 11pm, except holidays. Off-Peak: All remaining hours. Holidays are New Years Day (January 1), Presidents Day (third Monday in February), Memorial Day (last Monday in May), Independence Day (July 4), Labor Day (first Monday in September), Veterans Day (November 11), Thanksgiving Day (fourth Thursday in November), and Christmas (December 25). When any holiday listed above falls on Sunday, the following Monday will be recognized as an offpeak period. No change will be made for holidays falling on Saturday. (5) Energy rate shall be increased or decreased according to Sec. 13. (6) Minimum Charge The minimum charge shall be the sum of the Customer Service Charge plus the Minimum Distribution and Reliability Services Demand Charges. $2,713.48 Month

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SECTION 6.

SCHEDULE XL-TOU SECONDARY EXTRA LARGE GENERAL SERVICE SECONDARY OVER 1,000 KVA
(Last Update 6/14/11, Resolution 28,350)

Description (A) Basic Service Rate Customers serviced below 2.4 kV qualify for secondary service. (1) Customer Service Charge (2) Distribution Demand Charge (a) Minimum (b) All kVA (3) Reliability Services Demand Charge (a) Minimum (b) All kVA

Amount

Unit/Time

$108.54

Meter

$8,118.75 $10.15

Month kVA

$6,052.16 $7.56

Month kVA

(4) Energy Charge (Includes ECAC charge of $0.0988 for primary service $0.1056 for secondary service) (a) Summer On-Peak $0.1459 kWh (b) Summer Mid-Peak $0.0987 kWh (c) Summer Off-Peak $0.0729 kWh (d) Winter Mid-Peak $0.0987 kWh (e) Winter Off-Peak $0.0729 kWh Definitions: Summer: June 1 through October 31. On-Peak: Summer Weekdays, noon to 6 pm, except holidays. Mid-Peak: Weekdays, 8 am to noon, 6 pm to 11 pm, except holidays. Off-Peak: All remaining hours. Winter: November 1 through May 31. Mid-Peak: Weekdays, 8 am to 11pm, except holidays. Off-Peak: All remaining hours. Holidays are New Years Day (January 1), Presidents Day (third Monday in February), Memorial Day (last Monday in May), Independence Day (July 4), Labor Day (first Monday in September), Veterans Day (November 11), Thanksgiving Day (fourth Thursday in November), and Christmas (December 25). When any holiday listed above falls on Sunday, the following Monday will be recognized as an offpeak period. No change will be made for holidays falling on Saturday. (5) Energy rate shall be increased or decreased according to Sec. 13. (6) Minimum Charge The minimum charge shall be the sum of the Customer Service Charge plus the Minimum Distribution and Reliability Services Demand Charges. $14,279.45 Month

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SECTION 7.

SCHEDULE XL-TOU PRIMARY EXTRA LARGE GENERAL SERVICE PRIMARY OVER 1,000 KVA
(Last Update 6/14/11, Resolution 28,350)

Description (A) Basic Service Rate Customers serviced at 2.4 kV and above, and customers with only one level of transformation below 34.5 kV (excepting 12kV/4kV transformations done as part of a voltage conversion effort) qualify for primary service. (1) Customer Service Charge (2) Distribution Demand Charge (a) Minimum (b) All kVA (3) Reliability Services Demand Charge (a) Minimum (b) All kVA

Amount

Unit/Time

$108.54

Meter

$7,528.30 $9.41

Month kVA

$5,609.32 $7.01

Month kVA

(4) Energy Charge (Includes ECAC charge of $0.0988 for primary service $0.1056 for secondary service) (a) Summer On-Peak $0.1352 kWh (b) Summer Mid-Peak $0.0915 kWh (c) Summer Off-Peak $0.0676 kWh (d) Winter Mid-Peak $0.0915 kWh (e) Winter Off-Peak $0.0676 kWh Definitions: Summer: June 1 through October 31. On-Peak: Summer Weekdays, noon to 6 pm, except holidays. Mid-Peak: Weekdays, 8 am to noon, 6 pm to 11 pm, except holidays. Off-Peak: All remaining hours. Winter: November 1 through May 31. Mid-Peak: Weekdays, 8 am to 11pm, except holidays. Off-Peak: All remaining hours. Holidays are New Years Day (January 1), Presidents Day (third Monday in February), Memorial Day (last Monday in May), Independence Day (July 4), Labor Day (first Monday in September), Veterans Day (November 11), Thanksgiving Day (fourth Thursday in November), and Christmas (December 25). When any holiday listed above falls on Sunday, the following Monday will be recognized as an offpeak period. No change will be made for holidays falling on Saturday. (5) Energy rate shall be increased or decreased according to Sec. 13. (6) Minimum Charge The minimum charge shall be the sum of the Customer Service Charge plus the Minimum Distribution and Reliability Services Demand Charges. $13,246.16 Month

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SECTION 8.

STREET LIGHTING, TRAFFIC SIGNAL, AND FREEWAY LIGHTING SERVICE


(Last Update 6/14/11, Resolution 28,350)

Description (A) Street Lighting This schedule is applicable to service for streetlights owned and installed by the City or customers. The Energy Cost Adjustment Charge shall be added to the charges under this schedule, based on estimated usage. (1) High Pressure Sodium (a) 70W (b) 100W (c) 150W (d) 200W (e) 250W (f) 360W (g) 400W (2) Low Pressure Sodium 55W (3) Flourescent (a) 85W (4) Incandescent (a) 2500 Lumen (b) 4000 Lumen (c) 100W INC (5) Metal Halide (a) 250W (b) 400W (6) LED (a) 120W (b) 150W (B) Traffic Signal and Freeway Lighting This schedule is applicable to traffic signals, mass transit lighting facilities, freeway lights, and freeway ramp lights. These services b t d t d (1) Customer Service Charge (2) Energy Charge (3) Energy Cost Adjustment Charge (ECAC): (a) All kWh/mo ECAC rate shall be increased or decreased according to Sec. 13.

Amount

Unit/Time

$0.917 $1.261 $1.573 $2.273 $2.347 $2.894 $3.229 $1.010

Lamp Lamp Lamp Lamp Lamp Lamp Lamp Lamp

$1.139

Lamp

$3.390 $3.797 $7.100

Lamp Lamp Lamp

$2.062 $3.445

Lamp Lamp

$2.273 $2.728

Lamp Lamp

$5.73 $0.6000

Service kWh

$0.1056

kWh

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SECTION 9.

TEMPORARY SERVICE
(Last Update 6/22/10, Resolution 28,138)

Description (A) Basic Service Rate (1) Customer Service Charge (a) 1st calendar month (b) Each successive month (2) Energy Charge (3) Energy Cost Adjustment Charge (ECAC): (a) All kWh/mo ECAC rate shall be increased or decreased according to Sec. 13. For overhead temporary service there shall be an installation charge of five hundred dollars ($500.00). Where temporary power is provided by a padmount transformer, Aid-In-Construction charges will apply like permanent service, but after completion of the project, the transformer will be prorated and the remaining money will be refunded to the customer. Should the temporary service location be relocated during the period of temporary service for the customer's convenience, a relocation charge of two hundred forty dollars ($240.00) shall be paid by the customer.

Amount

Unit/Time

$36.55 $9.14 $0.0375

Service Service kWh

$0.1056

kWh

SECTION 10. MISCELLANEOUS CHARGES


(Last Update 6/22/10, Resolution 28,138) Description (A) Amount Unit/Time

Penalties $30.00 (1) Restoration of service after payment $30.00 (2) Collection activity $100.00 (3) Disconnect after illegal connection $50.00 (4) Service call $35.00 (5) Return Item Charge (6) Repairs and replacements due to illegal connections At Cost (7) Energy diversion $500.00 1.5% (8) Late Fee (on past due balances) (9) Collection Agency Fee 20% of Debt Total Due

Reconnect Call Violation Call Each Each Violation Month Each

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Description (B) Connections (Aid-In-Construction) (1) Relocation of existing overhead or underground lines (2) Feasibility Studies (3) Engineering (4) Installation of new on-site facilities necessary to serve customer (5) Special Remote Meter (6) "Actual Costs" shall mean all costs to the Burbank Water and Power Department associated with the providing of the described service, as determined by the General Manager and shall include, but need not be limited to, contract labor, meters, transformers, switches, other equipment and materials. (7) Installation of new off-site facilities necessary to serve multifamily dwellings or large high-rise industrial developments from underground circuits when improvements are needed in the distribution system in that area. (8) Installation of new off-site facilities necessary to serve multifamily dwellings or large high-rise industrial developments from underground circuits exclusively for one particular customer. (9) Aid-in Construction (AIC) charges may be waived, recovered over a period of time, or otherwise modified provided that the Department receives a benefit equal to or greater than that from the AIC charges that would normally have applied.

Amount

Unit/Time

100% 100% 100% 100% 100%

Actual Costs Actual Costs Actual Costs Actual Costs Actual Costs

$0.480

Gross

100%

Actual Costs

(C) Deposits (1) Each applicant for electric service may be required to guarantee payment of charges for electricity by depositing or otherwise furnishing double the estimated coverage billing for such services, provided that no deposit shall be less than Twenty Dollars ($20.00). (2) Each applicant for a new service connection shall be required to make a deposit equal to the estimated cost of the installation prior to installation, unless waived by the Department under special conditions. (3) Each applicant for temporary service shall be required to deposit with the General Manager an amount equal to the estimated bill for electric service to be rendered, including installation and removal of service facilities and the costs of any equipment furnished by City. Such amount shall not be less than Fifty Dollars ($50.00).

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Description (4) A deposit of Fifty Dollars ($50.00) shall be required for consumer requests to test the consumers meter if such test has been performed on that service in the 12 months immediately preceding. If the meter is inaccurate, the deposit will be refunded and a billing adjustment made. If the meter is accurate, the deposit shall be forfeited. (D) Special Services (1) A fee of one hundred twenty-five Dollars ($125.00) shall be charged for each community banner that is hung by the Department.

Amount

Unit/Time

SECTION 11. CUSTOMER GENERATION


(Last Update 6/22/10, Resolution 28,138) Description (A) The rate paid by the Burbank Water & Power Department to any "Qualifying Facility" under FERC rules shall be secured on an individual contract basis. Rules specifying terms, conditions, and interconnection requirements as a prerequisite for cogeneration service under this rate schedule, in compliance with FERC Order No. 69, pursuant to PURPA, Section 210, were adopted by the City Council on September 28, 1982. Excess Solar Net-Metering Compensation - When Available (1) All kwh delivered to BWP in cxcess of annual usage by the customer. $0.09870 kWh

(B)

SECTION 12. INTERRUPTIBLE SERVICE


Description (A) Interruptible service may be available, at the discretion of the General Manager, to industrial customers who demonstrate to the satisfaction of the General Manager, that the industrial facility can tolerate unscheduled interruptions without creating an adverse impact on the power system. The interruptible rate shall be negotiable between the customer and the General Manager, and secured on an individual contract basis, and subject to the rules and regulations.

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SECTION 13. ENERGY COST ADJUSTMENT CHARGE (ECAC)


(Last Update 6/22/10, Resolution 28,138) Description (A) Computation of the ECAC The General Manager shall establish an ECAC each month based on estimated energy sales sufficient to recover the cost of energy with consideration of any over or under collections. The cost of energy shall include: (1) The cost of all fuel used for the generation of electricity including expenses in the handling and transportation of fuel up to the point where the fuel enters the boiler or turbine;

(2) The cost at the point of receipt by the utility of electricity purchased for resale. It shall include, also, net settlements for exchange of electricity or power such as economy energy, off peak energy for on peak energy, spinning reserves capacity, etc; (3) The cost payable to others for transmission of the utilitys electricity over transmission facilities owned by others; (4) The cost payable to others for power system operation and dispatching the utilitys electricity; (5) The cost of water required for electrical generation; (6) Taxes and other fees for transmission of the utilitys electricity; (7) The costs payable to others for the operation and maintenance for the utilitys transmission facilities located outside Burbank; (8) The costs of payments made to the City for the ECAC portion of gross sales of electrical energy under Section 33 of the Charter; (9) Costs of funding for competitiveness. (10) The rates sated in this fee schedule are based on an overall ECAC rate of $.1056/kWh. Any increase or decrease in the ECAC rate above or below this level shall be applied as a uniform cents/kWh charge to each energy rate block in each rate schedule. Limitation: The monthly ECAC shall not increase or decrease by more than ten (10) percent from the prior months ECAC.

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SECTION 14. STANDBY SERVICE (SCHEDULE S)


(Last Update 6/22/10, Resolution 28,138) Description (A) BACK-UP SERVICE Electric capacity and energy supplied by BWP during an unscheduled outage of the customers source of on-site non-utility generation to replace power ordinarily generated by the on-site non-utility generation facilities. Customers taking Back-Up Service shall notify BWP within 24 hours after the initiation of each outage of the customers source of on-site non-utility generation. Amount Unit/Time

OR
MAINTENANCE SERVICE Electric capacity and energy supplied by BWP during a scheduled outage of the customers source of on-site non-utility generation to replace power ordinarily generated by the on-site non-utility generation facilities. Maintenance Service will be provided for outages scheduled with BWP pursuant to a power purchase agreement between BWP and the customer, or scheduled with BWP at least 30 days in advance. Maintenance Service will not be permitted during the months of June through October. During other periods, BWP will not unreasonably withhold approval of Maintenance Service.

OR
Both Back-Up Service and Maintenance Service (1) Demand Charge (a) Peak kW/kVA (2) Energy Cost Adjustment Charge: (Sec. 13) (a) During an Energy Cost Crisis, the ECAC for Back-Up Service or Maintenance Service shall be equal to the average variable cost of the most expensive 10 megawatts of resources actually operated by BWP. In the case of utility-operated resources, this is calculated as the variable fuel cost plus $0.01/kWh. In the case of purchased power, this is calculated as the purchase rate, plus any required wheeling cost, plus $0.01/kWh.

$16.85 $0.1056

kW/kVA kWh

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Description (b) Energy Cost Crisis Any day when the variable cost of purchased power delivered at SP 15 or Palo Verde as reported by Dow Jones exceeds $0.10/kWh, or the cost of natural gas delivered in Southern California as reported by Gas Daily exceeds $10.00 per million BTU. The General Manager or designee will notify all Backup and Maintenance Service customers by email on a dayahead basis of any day when the day-ahead prices reach these levels, and on a same-day basis when the real-time market prices reach these levels.

Amount

Unit/Time

(3) Minimum Charge (a) The Minimum Charge shall be the Demand Charge. (B) SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE Electric capacity and energy supplied by BWP on a regular basis to supplement the customers power requirement in addition to that ordinarily supplied by the on-site non-utility generation facilities.

$16.85

kW/kVA

(1) All customers taking Supplemental Service shall be billed at Refer to the appropriate rate schedule for their level of connection. Schedule D, LCustomers connected through transformers with less than TOU, or XLTOU as 250 kilovolt-amperes (kVA) of capacity will be served under Schedule D. Customers connected through transformers appropriate. with more than 250 kVA of capacity will be served under Schedule L or XL.

(a)

Billing Demand for Supplemental Service The Billing Demand for Supplemental Service shall be equal to the actual demand by the customer in excess of the Billing Demand for Backup Service and Maintenance Service in any month. Pro-ration of Energy Consumption Between Supplemental Service and Back-up Service or Maintenance Service. For the purpose of calculating the applicable energy charges for a customer using both Supplemental Service and Backup and Maintenance Service in any day, the daily kWh consumption shall be divided between the two categories in proportion to the billing demand for each service for that month.

$16.85

kW/kVA

(b)

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Description (C) Customers Exempted from Schedule S (1) Customers with less than 20 kW of on-site generation. (2) Customers with on-site generation that is used exclusively when service from the utility is not available, plus testing not to exceed 48 hours per year. (3) Customers with renewable energy systems (such as solar and wind) of 1000 kW or less, total.

Amount

Unit/Time

SECTION 15. PUBLIC BENEFITS CHARGE


(Authority: California Public Utilities Code Sec. 385) (Added 6/20/06, Resolution 27,258) The Public Benefits Charge is 2.85% of the retail charge to a customer for electric service.

SECTION 16. STREET LIGHTING SURCHARGE


(Authority: Burbank City Charter - Section 33) (Added 6/20/06, Resolution 27,258) (Last Update 6/19/07, Resolution 27,486) The Street Lighting Surcharge is 1.50% of the retail charge to a customer for electric service.

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ARTICLE XI WATER RATES AND CHARGES


SECTION 1. SINGLE FAMILY RESIDENTIAL SERVICE
(Last Update 6/14/11, Resolution 28,350) The total charge shall be the sum of the Water Availability Charge, Quantity Charge, and a Water Cost Adjustment Charge (WCAC) as established in this section. Description (A) Water Availability Charge Size of Meter: All Quantity Charge First 15 HCF/mo Next 15 HCF/mo All additional HCF/mo Water Cost Adjustment Charge (WCAC) (Includes Delata Surcharge of $0.089) Minimum Charge The minimum charge per customer shall be the Water Availability Charge. Period 7/1/2011 Amount $10.32 Unit/Time Month

(B)

7/1/2011 $1.066 $1.313 $1.653 7/1/2011 $1.436 100 Cubic Feet 100 Cubic Feet 100 Cubic Feet 100 Cubic Feet

(C)

(D)

SECTION 2.

MULTI-FAMILY RESIDENTIAL, COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL SERVICE


(Last Update 6/14/11, Resolution 28,350)

The total charge shall be the sum of the Water Availability Charge, Quantity Charge, and a Water Cost Adjustment Charge (WCAC) as established in this section. Description (A) Water Availability Charge Size of Meter: All Period 7/1/2011 Amount $10.32 Unit/Time Month

(B)

Quantity Charge 7/1/2011 1. Summer HCF (July 1 - October 31) 2. Non-summer HCF (November 1 - June 30) Water Cost Adjustment Charge (WCAC) (Includes Delta Surcharge of $0.089) Minimum Charge The minimum charge per customer shall be the Water Availability Charge. 7/1/2011

$1.467 $0.685 $1.436

100 Cubic Feet 100 Cubic Feet 100 Cubic Feet

(C)

(D)

(E)

Water Efficiency Non-Compliance 1. First year of non-compliance 2. Subsequent years of non-compliance

25% of all water charges 50% of all water charges

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Description (F) Unmetered City Landscape Service

Period

Amount

Unit/Time

Unmetered City landscape service charge for areas less than 100 square feet shall be the sum of the Water Availability Charge in this Section and the Quantity Charge plus the Water Cost Adjustment Charge of one unit for each location. Cumulative billing for unmetered City landscape service may be approved by the BWP General Manager. (G) Combination Domestic/Fire Service (F.M. Meter) The total charge for a combination domestic/fire service (F.M. meter) shall be the sum of the Water Availability Charge in Section 6, the Quantity Charge, and the Water Cost Adjustment Charge (WCAC).

SECTION 3.

SCHOOL SERVICE
(Last Update 6/14/11, Resolution 28,350)

The total charge shall be the sum of the Water Availability Charge, Quantity Charge, and a Water Cost Adjustment Charge (WCAC) as established in this section. Description (A) Water Availability Charge Size of Meter: All Quantity Charge 1. Summer HCF 2. Non-summer HCF Water Cost Adjustment Charge (WCAC) Minimum Charge The minimum charge per customer shall be the sum of the Water Availability Charge. Period 7/1/2011 Amount $5.16 Unit/Time Month

(B)

7/1/2011 $0.734 $0.343 7/1/2011 $0.718 100 Cubic Feet 100 Cubic Feet 100 Cubic Feet

(C) (D)

SECTION 4.

NEW SERVICE INSTALLATIONS


(Last update 6/22/04, Resolution 26,737) Amount $427.00 $608.00 $960.00 $1,813.00 $2,730.00 $4,800.00 $7,466.00 $13,865.00 $20,478.00 $26,984.00 $45,862.00 Actual Cost

Description (A) Connection Fees for New Installations

Period 5/8 inch 3/4 inch 1 inch 1 inch 2 inch 3 inch 4 inch 6 inch 8 inch 10 inch 12 inch All

Unit/Time

(B)

Hook Up Fees

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SECTION 5.

TEMPORARY SERVICE
(Last Update 6/22/10, Resolution 28,138)

The total monthly charge shall be the sum of a Processing Fee, a Service Charge, a Quantity Charge, and a Water Cost Adjustment Charge (WCAC) as established in this section. In addition, if a fire hydrant meter is required for the temporary service, a meter Rental Rate shall be charged. Description (A) Processing Fee (1) Open Account Period Amount Unit/Time

$30.00

Each Occurrence

(B)

Service Charge (1) Metered Service (2) Unmetered Service

Same as Section 2 $30.00

Month Month

(C)

Quantity Charge and WCAC The Quantity Charge for unmetered water shall be made as follows: (1) (2) For concrete curbs - three units per one hundred lineal feet. For settling trenches not exceeding two feet in width and five feet in depth - six units per one hundred lineal feet. For larger trenches a proportional charge shall be made as estimated by the Manager of the Water Division. For concrete walks - one and one half units per one hundred square feet. For settling graded streets - three quarters of one unit per one hundred square feet. For mixing and curing concrete - three quarters of one unit per cubic yard. For mixing and curing concrete by a patented process - one third of one unit per cubic yard.

(3)

(4) (5) (6) (7)

(8) (9)

For settling filled ground a charge will be made for a quantity of water equal to one-third the cubic contents of the fill rates provided in this chapter. For miscellaneous uses not herein specified, the quantity shall be estimated by the Water Division.

One unit of water equals one hundred cubic feet. A quantity charge and WCAC shall be based on the water use estimated above and shall be two (2) times the rate specified in the Multi-Family Residential, commercial, and Industrial Service. (D) Fire Hydrant Meter Rental (1) Deposit (2) Rate

$900.00 $5.00

Each Occurrence Day

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Description (E) Estimated Monthly Billing

Period

Amount

Unit/Time

A one hundred dollar ($100.00) charge shall be made to cover the expense of estimating the billing each month for each meter not returned for reading and checking as provided in the Water Rules and Regulations Act 4.36(d).

SECTION 6.

PRIVATE FIRE SERVICE


(Last Update 6/18/02, Resolution 26,258 Amending Resolution 26,126)

The total monthly bill shall be the sum of the Water Availability Charge, Quantity Charge, and a Water Cost Adjustment Charge (WCAC) as established in this section. Description (A) Service Charge (1) 2 inch or smaller 4 inch 6 inch 8 inch 10 inch 12 inch Quantity Charge The Quantity Charge shall be three (3) times the rate specified in Section 2. (C) WCAC The WCAC shall be three (3) times the rate specified in Section 2. (D) Hook-Up Fees WATER COST ADJUSTMENT CHARGE (WCAC) (Last Update 6/22/10, Resolution 28,138) Actual Cost Period Amount Unit/Time

$20.00 $34.00 $62.00 $110.00 $180.00 $262.30

Month Month Month Month Month Month

(B)

SECTION 7.

Description (A) Purpose The Quantity Charge is subject to a purchased water cost adjustment charge (WCAC) as specified in this section in order to compensate the City for its varying costs of purchasing or producing water. The WCAC shall be adjusted when the Balancing Account is less than one month or greater than three-months purchased water and shall be calculated to the nearest five mills ($0.005). The monthly WCAC shall not increase or decrease by more than ten (10) percent from the prior months WCAC. (B) Formula For all water rates, except the school rate, the adjustment shall be determined in accordance with the following formula: Adjustments (mills per unit) = 1000 x Estimated Water Costs Estimated Units of Water Sales x .95

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For the school rate, the adjustment shall be determined in accordance with the following formula: Adjustments (mills per unit) = 500 x Estimated Water Costs Estimated Units of Water Sales x .95

(C)

Definitions (1) Estimated Water Costs shall mean the total cost to the City of purchased water delivered to the City from the Metropolitan Water District (MWD) or other independent suppliers, basin replenishment water, related MWD charges such as Delta Water Supply Surcharge, Readiness to Service Charge and Capacity Reservation Charge, chemical costs for treating the water, including granular activated carbon, compliance water testing, ULARA watermaster expense related to the maintenance, protection, and/or development of basin water resources and the total cost to the City for electric power to pump water. All such costs shall be estimated monthly by the General Manager for the next 12-month period. The WCAC Balancing Account will be adjusted by any under or over-collections of water costs exceeding the Balancing Account limits experienced by the City. The City Council will be advised of any change in the WCAC rate. "Estimated Units of Water Sales" shall mean: the hundreds of cubic feet of potable water sales for the next 12-month period as estimated by the General Manager.

(2)

SECTION 8.

MISCELLANEOUS WATER CHARGES


(Last Update 6/22/10, Resolution 28,138)

The total monthly bill shall be the sum of the Water Availability Charge, Quantity Charge, and a Water Cost Adjustment Charge (WCAC) as established in this section. Description (A) Period Amount Unit/Time

Penalties (1) Restoration of Services after non- payment (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) Disconnection after illegal connection Service Call - non payment Return Item Charge Late Fee (on past due balances) Repairs and replacements due to illegal water connections

$30.00 $100.00 $50.00 $35.00 1.5% At Cost

Reconnection Violation Call Check Month Each Occurrence Call Call Violation Violation

(7) (8) (9)

Collection Activity Emergency Turn on/off customer request after hours Penalty for unauthorized connection to department facilities

$30.00 $25.00 $500.00 $500.00

(10) Penalty for unauthorized use of water through a department facility (11) Collection Agency Fee

20% of Debt Total Due

Each

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Description (B)

Period

Amount

Unit/Time

Water Distribution Main Charge (When applicant or his predecessor in interest has not previously paid such charge.) (1) Water Main Charge $60.00 Front foot of parcel adjacent to the water main

(C)

Water Main Replacement Fee (Water Rules and Regulations Section 4.34) (1) 8-inch main $60.00 Front foot of parcel adjacent to the water main Front foot of parcel adjacent to the water main Cost Copy Each Occurrence Each Occurrence Each Occurrence Each Occurance

(2)

12-inch main

$100.00

(D)

Miscellaneous Charges (1) Special Facilities Charge (2) (3) Copies of Rules and Regulations Public Fire Hydrant Installations

100% $5.00 At Cost

(4)

Fire Hydrant Flow Test Fire Hydrant Flow Information

$400.00 $100.00

(5) (E)

Inspection Services/Flushing for customer installed domestic/fire service

$275.00

Deposits (1) Each applicant for water service may be required to guarantee payment of charges for water by depositing or otherwise furnishing double the estimated average billing for such service, provided no deposit shall be less than twenty dollars ($20.00) Each applicant for a new service connection shall be required to make a deposit equal to the estimated cost of installation prior to installation. Each applicant for temporary service shall be required to deposit with the General Manager an amount equal to the estimated bill for water service to be rendered, including installation and removal of service facilities, and the cost of any equipment furnished by the City. A deposit of fifty dollars ($50.00) shall be required for consumer requests to test the consumer's meter if such test has been performed on that service in the 12 months immediately preceding. If the meter is inaccurate, the deposit will be refunded and a billing adjustment made. If the meter is accurate, the deposit shall be forfeited.

(2)

(3)

(4)

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Description (F) Backflow Prevention (1)

Period

Amount

Unit/Time

Applicants for service shall be required to pay a plan check charge to cover costs for evaluating premises for potential cross-connection per Title 17 of the California Administrative Code. Such fee shall be $50.00 minimum, up to actual costs for large facilities.

(2)

Where backflow prevention device must be maintained and tested, an administrative fee of $5.50 per month shall be charged.

(G) Water Testing Fees Fees for water tests will be charged at the current laboratory contract rates. No mark-up will be charged.

SECTION 9.

RECYCLED WATER RATES


(Last Update 6/14/11, Resolution 28,350) Amount

Description (A) Recycled Water Service The total charge shall be the sum of the Water Availability Charge and the Quantity Charge as established in this section. Water Availability Charge Quantity Charge

Period

Unit/Time

(1) (2) (B)

All

$10.32 $2.23

Month 100 Cubic Feet

School Recycled Water Service The total charge shall be the sum of the Water Availability Charge and the Quantity Charge as established in this section. (1) (2) Water Availability Charge Quantity Charge All $5.16 $1.12 Month 100 Cubic Feet

(C)

Temporary Recycled Water Services Monthly Truck Rate: RT-1 The total monthly charge shall be the sum of a Processing Fee and a Flat Rate Quantity Charge as established in this section. A refundable deposit for the fire hydrant meter is also required.

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Description (1) Processing and Deposit Fee (a) Open Account (b) Hydrant Meter Deposit

Period

Amount

Unit/Time

$100.00 $900.00

Each Occurrence Each Occurrence Truck/Month

(2)

Flat Rate Quantity Charge Period: July 1, 2008

$100.00

(D)

New Recycled Water Service (1) The Connection Fee for Reclaimed Water Service shall be the same as that for domestic water as established in Section 4.A. Hook-Up Fee All Actual Cost

(2)

SECTION 10. PHYSICAL SOLUTION WATER COST


(Added 6/22/99, Resolution 25,543) (Last Update 6/14/11, Resolution 28,350) The water rights in the Upper Los Angeles River Area were established by the JUDGMENT AFTER TRIAL BY COURT in Superior court Case No. 650079, entitled The City of Los Angeles, A Municipal Corporation, Plaintiffs vs. City of San Fernando, et al., Defendants. Under the Judgment, certain parties have rights to Physical Solution Water upon payment of specified charges. Valhalla and Lockheed have the right to 300 acrefeet and 25 acre-feet of water respectively. From time to time, other property owners, not covered by the Judgment, have a need to produce ground water for temporary and/or long term dewatering activities relating to construction, building foundations, basements or underground facilities, and for property soil and groundwater contamination clean up activities. The water is typically discharged to a storm drain or sewer. The City of Burbank should be compensated for the removal of this water from the groundwater basin. The charge for this water will be the Physical Solution Water Charge plus an Administrative Fee. (A) Physical Solution Water Charge The charge for Physical Solution water in Burbank is determined by Section 9.4 of the Judgment.

(1)

For Fiscal Year 2011/2012 the charge to Vahalla and Lockheed for the first 300 acre-feet and 25 acre-feet respectfully will be $558.00 per acre-foot. Vahalla and Lockheed production exceeding that specified in 1 above, and all other production for dewatering or soil/groundwater clean up activities, will be charged $1220.00 per acre-foot.

(2)

(B)

Administrative Fee An Administrative Fee of $50.00 will be added to each monthly billing. It is the responsibility of the producer to report the monthly water extraction to the Burbank Water & Power Department, Water Division and the Upper Los Angeles River Area Watermaster. The reported extraction shall be made prior to the 15th of the following month.

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ARTICLE XII FIBER OPTIC RATES AND CHARGES


SECTION 1. GENERAL SERVICE
(Last Update 2/28/06, Resolution 27,184) Description (A) Dark Fiber Lease Rate (applicable to retail service only) Amount $200.00 Unit/Time Per Fiber/Per Mile/Per Month

(B)

Minimum Charge The minimum charge shall be one-mile.

(C) New Service Installations The connection fee for New Installations is an aid-in-construction charge to recover costs incurred in providing fiber optic service. For each project, an estimate will be generated. Billing will be for actual charges unless they exceed the original estimate, in which case billing will be for the estimated amount only. This is a onetime, non-recurring charge.

SECTION 2.

COMMUNICATIONS TRANSPORT SERVICES (CTS) - VIDEO


(Last Update 2/28/06, Resolution 27,184)

(A)

Recurring Monthly Charges Month-to-Month Agreement $1,100 $1,485 $1,100 $3,850 One-Year Agreement $1,000 $1,350 $1,000 $3,500 Three-Year Agreement $950 $1,283 $950 $3,325 Five-Year Agreement $850 $1,148 $850 $2,975

Service Type Video transport 0-15 miles* Video transport > 15 miles* Video transport to "The Switch" hub* Video Net Gig Ethernet (B)

Non-Recurring Monthly Charges (Connection Fees) Month-to-Month Agreement $1,100 $1,485 $1,100 $3,850 One-Year Agreement $550 $743 $550 $1,925 Three-Year Agreement n/c n/c n/c n/c Five-Year Agreement n/c n/c n/c n/c

Service Type Video transport 0-15 miles* Video transport > 15 miles* Video transport to "The Switch" hub* Video Net Gig Ethernet * Undirectional Service ** Bidirectional Service

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