Chapter 6
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4-6-1: CHARGES IMPOSED FOR SPECIAL SERVICES:
4-6-2: COLLECTION:
4-6-3: DEPOSITS:

The section below has been affected by a recently passed ordinance, 2016-65 - ALARM FEES. Go to new ordinance.

4-6-1: CHARGES IMPOSED FOR SPECIAL SERVICES:linklink

In addition to other fees provided in this code, the following charges are imposed for special services which are not ordinarily needed, requested or supplied to the general public, in order that the cost of such special service is paid by the person or persons receiving the benefit of the service and not by the general public:

A.   Community And Economic Development Department:  
           
  1. Petitions:      
         
    Rezoning of property     $550 .00  
         
    Rezoning of property which requires a development agreement     800 .00  
         
    Development agreement amendment     550 .00  
         
    Zoning ordinance text amendment     600 .00  
         
    Annexation     600 .00  
         
    Vacation of street, public alley, easement; vacation/amendment of subdivision plat:     300 .00  
           
      Street name change     500 .00  
         
    General plan amendment     625 .00  
         
    Agriculture protection area     625 .00  
         
  2. Administrative reviews:      
         
    Board of zoning adjustment     100 .00  
         
    Zoning administrator     50 .00  
         
    Conditional use permit applications:      
         
      No site plan required     175 .00  
         
      Site plan required     400 .00  
         
    Lot split or combination applications     25 .00  
         
    Nonconforming use permit/legal conforming certificate:     50 .00  
           
      Expedited:      
         2 - 4 days     100 .00  
         5 - 10 days     75 .00  
      Zoning letters     25 .00  
         
    Site plan review:      
           
      Single-family, duplex and minor additions to all types of development     100 .00  
           
      Resubmitted residential development plans, due to inaccurate drawings, each resubmittal     150 .00  
           
      New development, major additions, planning commission site plan reviews     250 .00  
           
      Resubmitted commercial/manufacturing plans, due to inaccurate drawings, each resubmittal     175 .00  
         
      MU site plan review     800 .00  
         
      PUD group dwelling review     600 .00  
         
      NCU expansion     150 .00  
         
    Subdivision reviews:      
           
      General, PRUDs, condominium     $600.00 plus $150.00 per lot or unit  
           
      In sensitive overlay zone     $600.00 for subdivision plus $1,000.00 for geologic report review plus any additional billable cost for third party review of geologic report plus $150.00 per lot or unit  
           
      Condominium conversions per project     $100.00 plus $5.00 per unit  
         
      Subdivision amendment     $400 .00  
       
  3. Plan reviews under title 16 of this code     See title 16 of this code  
         
  4. Business licenses     See title 5 of this code  
         
  5. Building permit fees (i.e., building, plumbing, electrical, mechanical, demolitions, etc.):      
         
    a.   Technical code base fee schedule:      
           
      Total Permit Valuation     Fee1  
           
    $1.00 to $1,200.00     $70 .50  
           
    $1,201.00 to $2,000.00     $70.50 for the first $1,200.00 plus $2.78 for each additional $100.00 or fraction thereof, to and including $2,000.00  
           
    $2,001.00 to $25,000.00     $92.75 for the first $2,000.00 plus $16.00 for each additional $1,000.00 or fraction thereof, to and including $25,000.00  
           
    $25,001.00 to $50,000.00     $460.75 for the first $25,000.00 plus $11.50 for each additional $1,000.00 or fraction thereof, to and including $50,000.00  
           
    $50,001.00 to $100,000.00     $748.25 for the first $50,000.00 plus $8.00 for each additional $1,000.00 or fraction thereof, to and including $100,000.00  
           
    $100,001.00 to $500,000.00     $1,148.25 for the first $100,000.00 plus $6.30 for each additional $1,000.00 or fraction thereof, to and including $500,000.00  
           
    $500,001.00 to $1,000,000.00     $3,668.25 for the first $500,000.00 plus $5.25 for each additional $1,000.00 or fraction thereof, to and including $1,000,000.00  
           
    $1,000,001.00 and up     $6,293.25 for the first $1,000,000.00 plus $4.00 for each additional $1,000.00 or fraction thereof  
           
    b.   Additional inspections not included in technical code base fee schedule     $47.00 per hour  
           
    c.   Plan review fee:     65% of the technical code base fee schedule or, if a lesser amount, the actual cost2 of performing the review  
           
      Over the counter plan review     $47 .00  
           
      Additional plan review required by changes, additions or revisions to plans     $47.00 per hour  
           
      Plan review fee for identical buildings as defined in section 16-1-4 of this code     $47.00 per hour  
           
    d.   Fees for outside consultants for plan checking and inspections, or both     Actual cost3  
       
  6. Sign fees:      
         
    a.   Review fee:      
         
      For signs up to $1,200.00 in value that are reviewed over the counter     $11 .00  
           
      For signs $1,201.00 in value and higher or for all signs that require more than over the counter review     65% of the technical code base fee schedule or, if a lesser amount, the actual cost of performing the review  
           
    b.   Permit fee:      
           
      For signs not requiring an inspection     No fee  
           
      For signs up to $1,200.00 in value requiring a single inspection     $47 .00  
           
      For signs $1,201.00 in value and higher and for all signs requiring multiple inspections     100% of the technical code base fee schedule  
           
    c.   Remodeling or moving of sign     Fees are equal to those described in subsections A6a and A6b of this section  
           
  7. Board of building and fire code appeals     See section 16-1-7 of this code  
         
  8. Engineering:      
           
    a.    Inspection fees      $30 .00 each  
           
    b.    Permit fees:      
           
      Curb and gutter     $0.30 per linear foot plus inspection fee  
           
      Sidewalk     $0.30 per linear foot plus inspection fee  
           
      Sewer and water lines     $0.33 per linear foot plus inspection fee  
           
      Street excavation permit:      
           
      Surface 0 to 3 years old     $150.00 up to 100 linear feet, over 100 additional $2.00 per linear foot  
           
      Surface over 3 years old     $75.00 up to 100 linear feet, over 100 additional $1.00 per linear foot  
           
      Unimproved streets or parking strips     $22.00 plus $1.10 per 100 linear feet  
           
      Utility lines     $0.20 per linear foot plus inspection fee  
           
    c.    Subdivision fees:      
           
      Inspection fee     2% of the estimated value of the improvements subject to inspection  
           
    d.    Charges for copies of plats, maps, etc. (by paper size and document type):      
           
      Letter or legal size     None  
      Sewer plats     $   2 .00 each  
      Water plats     2 .00 each  
      Bible sheets     2 .00 each  
      Construction drawings     2 .00 each  
      Large city maps (xerox)     3 .00 each  
      City maps (plotter)     10 .00 each  
           
  9. Airport:      
           
    Meeting rooms at Ogden-Hinckley Airport:      
           
      1 use per week     250 .00 per year  
      Private parties     50 .00 per use  
      Outdoor pavilion     50 .00 per use  
           
    All other airport fees     See title 8, chapter 5 of this code  
           
  10. Landmarks commission:        
             
    Appeals to board of building and fire code pursuant to section 17-5-7 of this code     $100 .00  
             
    Request for determination of economic hardship pursuant to section 17-5-5 of this code     336 .00  
             
    Request for certificate of appropriateness for demolition of a historic resource pursuant to section 17-3-3 of this code     378 .00  
             
B.   Public Services Department:  
           
  1. Reserved      
           
  2. Cemetery:      
           
    Grave spaces:      
      Resident     500 .00  
      Nonresident     550 .00  
      (40% of purchase price shall be placed in the perpetual care fund)      
           
    Interment:      
           
      Adult (3' x 8' or over)     300 .00  
           
      Child (3' x 5')     125 .00  
           
      Baby (2' x 2')     100 .00  
           
      Cremains     100 .00  
           
      Additional charge for Saturday overtime     200 .00  
           
      Additional charge for weekday overtime (after 4:00 P.M.)     100 .00 per hour  
           
    Marker setting fee:      
      Upright     100 .00  
      Bevel     50 .00  

    Disinterment (costs will be higher if moved to location inside the cemetery):      
        Outside   Inside  
           
      Adult/child (3' x 5' or over)   $600 .00   $750 .00  
      Less than 3' x 5'   300 .00   375 .00  
           
  3. Tiffany Memorial Pet Cemetery:      
        Residents     Nonresidents  
    Grave sites:      
      3' x 5'   $ 50 .00   $100 .00  
      2' x 3'   30 .00   100 .00  
           
    Interment   50 .00   50 .00  
      Additional charge for Saturday overtime   100 .00   100 .00  
         
    Disinterment   200 .00   200 .00  

  4. El Monte And Mount Ogden Golf Courses*:    
           
    9 holes     $ 13 .00  
         
    18 holes     26 .00  
         
    18 holes (with cart) (Monday - Thursday)     35 .00  
         
    El Monte A.M. rate (before 10:00 A.M.)     8 .00  
           
    Cart rental:        
      Per 9 holes     7 .00 per rider  
      Per 18 holes     14 .00 per rider  
      Trail fee for private carts     3 .00 per 9 holes  
         
    Driving range (El Monte):        
      Small bucket     3 .00  
      Large bucket     6 .00  
      Range season pass     400 .00  
           
    Senior rate:      
      Per 9 holes     11 .00  
      Per 18 holes     22 .00  
         
    Senior rate (per 18 holes, with cart) (Monday - Thursday)     31 .00  
         
    College student discount (per 9 holes, Monday - Friday)     11 .00  
         
    Junior rate (per 9 holes)     8 .00  
         
    Junior punch pass (per 10 rounds)     70 .00  
         
    Junior summer pass (June - August)     200 .00  
         
    Baker's dozen (good anytime, 13 9-hole round punch ticket)     153 .00  
         
    Senior citizen (weekdays only, 20 9-hole round punch ticket)     197 .00  
         
    City employee (20 9-hole round punch ticket)     155 .00  
         
    High school pass (20 9-hole rounds high school team)     120 .00  
         
    Mount Ogden Golf Course pass (20 9-hole rounds with cart)     350 .00  
         
    7 day season pass     900 .00  
         
    7 day season pass (seniors - 60 and over)     800 .00  
         
    5 day season pass (Monday - Friday, seniors - 60 and over)     700 .00  
         
    5 day season pass (Monday - Friday, juniors - under 18)     350 .00  
         
    7 day season pass (juniors - under 18)     450 .00  
         
    High school team fee** (in lieu of punch passes)     1,400 .00 per school  
         
    High school team member season pass (Monday - Friday, sold to qualifying team members only)     300 .00  
         
    Family season pass (up to 2 adults)     1,350 .00 per 2  
      Additional family members (17 and under)     $100.00 per family member  
         
    Corporate voucher system:      
      9 holes with cart per voucher:      
           
      Vouchers Used Per Month      
           
      0 - 10     5% discount  
      11 - 20     15% discount  
      21 - 30     25% discount  
      31+     35% discount  
         
    Executive package season pass:      
      9 holes with cart:      
      Up to 6 players     $3,000 .00  
      Up to 7 players     3,450 .00  
      Up to 8 players     3,875 .00  
      Up to 9 players     4,275 .00  
      Up to 10 players     4,650 .00  
      Up to 11 players     5,000 .00  
      Up to 12 players     5,300 .00  

*All fees include state sales tax. (Green fees may be waived for the Ogden City Amateur Tournament, the Corporate Sports Challenge, or for other tournaments sponsored or cosponsored by the city that generate interest, exposure, and improve the quality of the programs at the golf courses. Green fees may also be waived for members of the PGA and members of the Golf Course Superintendent's Association Of America.)

**This is only valid for the high school competitive season to cover cost of hosting the region event and all organized practice rounds. Each school will be responsible for a $1,400.00 fee for both the boys' and girls' teams unless they elect to purchase the punch cards at $120.00 per 20 rounds.

  5. Parks Pavilion Reservations*:      
           
    a.   Big D Sports Park     $200 .00  
           
    b.   MTC Park/Rose Garden Complex:      
           
      Small pavilion and gazebo     150 .00  
           
      Large pavilion     200 .00  
           
      Complex (including large pavilion, small pavilion and gazebo)     350 .00  
           
      Alcoholic beverage permit     50 .00  
           
    c.   Lorin Farr Park:      
      North end     100 .00  
      South end     100 .00  
      Entire pavilion     150 .00  
           
    d.   Other     50 .00  

*Fee reserves a pavilion on either a morning or afternoon schedule. Morning begins 1 hour before sunrise and continues until 2:00 P.M. Afternoon begins at 3:00 P.M. and continues to 1 hour after sunset. Reservations requiring or affecting use within both time frames will be charged a double fee.

  6. Ogden City Stadium:        
           
    Events charging an admission fee     $1,000 .00 per day  
      With the cabin     1,250 .00 per day  
         
    No admission fee events     500 .00 per day  
      With the cabin     750 .00 per day  
         
    Rodeo cabin only     250 .00 per day  

All sales of food or beverages require a concession agreement, with the city receiving 20 percent of gross sales.

  7. Dinosaur Park:        
           
    Regular admissions:      
             
      Adults (ages 18 - 61)     $ 7 .00  
             
      Senior citizens (ages 62 and over)     6 .00  
           
      Student (ages 13 and over):      
      With ID     5 .00  
      Without ID     6 .00  
             
      Child (ages 2 - 12)     5 .00  
             
      Toddler (ages 1 and under) when accompanied by adult or senior paying regular admission     Free  
             
    Group rates: (Available for groups of 15 and over, with 24 hour advance reservation)        
             
      Adult     4 .00  
      Student     3 .50  
      Child     3 .00  
      Public school (field trips)     3 .00 per person  
             
          Effective
January 1, 2006  
    Yearly memberships:      
           
      Individual pass     $25 .00  
           
      Duo (2 person) pass     40 .00  
           
      Family pass (2 parents and their children)     55 .00  
           
      Grandparent pass (2 grandparents and up to 6 grandchildren)     55 .00  
           
      Family plus pass (same as a family pass but adding 2 grandparents)     65 .00  
           
      Pavilion rental, per 4 hours     20 .00  
           
      Alcoholic beverage permit     50 .00  

After hours, private parties require a minimum of 100 people. A nonrefundable security deposit covering admission for 100 attendees is required to secure a reservation.

Admission fee adjustments may be made as part of programs or agreements approved by the department director for promotional purposes. Any program or agreement providing for adjustments to fees shall be designated and intended to increase regular attendance at the park, considering the expected return and how it will be measured.

Fees for birthday party packages may be established by the department director, provided such fees include the price of admission to the park.

  8. Lorin Farr Pool And Rampage Water Slide:    
           
    Daily passes:        
           
      All day/all area (ages 4 and older)     $ 3 .00  
           
      Toddlers (under 4)     Free  
           
      Spectator     1 .00  
           
      Youth groups of 5 or more (ages 8 - 17) as part of a youth program of a bona fide nonprofit organization     2 .00 per person  
           
    Season passes:        
           
      Individual     40 .00  
           
      Family (all immediate family members residing at the same address)     100 .00  
           
    Individual punch pass:        
      5 punches     13 .00  
      10 punches     25 .00  
           
    Group rentals (7:00 to 10:00 P.M.):        
      Pool (1 - 100 people)     90 .00 per hour  
      Each additional person     1 .50  
      Swim lessons, per session     30 .00  
      Private swim lessons     $15.00 per 30 minute lesson  

    Equipment rentals:   All Day   Per Hour  
           
      Umbrella   $10 .00   $2 .00  
      Table   5 .00   1 .00  
      Combination table and umbrella   12 .00   2 .50  
      Life jacket   5 .00   1 .00  
      Fins   5 .00   1 .00  
      Mask   5 .00   1 .00  
      Combination life jacket, fins and
  mask  
8 .00   2 .50  
      Locker   0 .50   -  

9. Marshall White Community Center:

a. Building/Facility Rentals: (Prices vary according to whether the rental occurs during or after the operating hours of the center.)

        Operating Hours   After Hours    
           
    Meeting rooms   $10 .00/hour   $20 .00/hour  
    Gym:      
      Half court   15 .00/hour   20 .00/hour  
      Full court   30 .00/hour   40 .00/hour  
    Kitchen   15 .00/hour   20 .00/hour  
    Pool   35 .00/hour   45 .00/hour  
    Long term pool (3 months or
  more)  
30 .00/hour   35 .00/hour  
    Sound system   50 .00/hour   50 .00/hour  
    Equipment setup   50 .00/hour   50 .00/hour  

Groups renting the gym for any activity or program involving the charging of a fee or admission by the participants shall pay the above stated fees plus 50 percent of the rental rate. A gym rental deposit of $150.00 is required for rentals by groups of 50 or more people and rentals for 4 or more hours. A gym rental deposit of $50.00 is required for groups of fewer than 50 people under 4 hours.

Security officers are mandatory for after hour rentals and must be approved by MWC.

    b.   MWC Programs/Activities:        
             
      Youth daily pass (swim, weight room, and gym ages 5 - 17)     $2 .00  
           
      Youth daily gym only (ages 5 - 17)     Free  
           
      Adult daily pass (swim, weight room and gym, ages 18 and older)     3 .00  
           
      Senior daily pass (swim, weight room and gym, ages 55 and older)     2 .00  
           
      Veterans daily pass (swim, weight room and gym)     Free  
           
      Senior/youth (ages 5 - 17) monthly pass (swim, weight room, and gym):      
           
      1 month     18 .00  
      3 months     45 .00  
      6 months     75 .00  
      12 months     160 .00  
           
      Adult monthly pass (swim, weight room and gym ages 18 and over):      
           
      1 month     20 .00  
      3 months     50 .00  
      6 months     95 .00  
      12 months     180 .00  
           
      Family monthly pass (swim, weight room and gym for up to 6 people at same address):      
           
      1 month     40 .00  
      3 months     110 .00  
      6 months     205 .00  
      12 months     350 .00  
           
      Additional family members at same address (per person):      
           
      1 month     5 .00  
      3 months     15 .00  
      6 months     25 .00  
      12 months     45 .00  
           
      20 punch card     30 .00  
           
      20 punch card (senior/youth)     25 .00  
           
      Individual pool only pass:      
           
      3 months     30 .00  
      6 months     55 .00  
      12 months     95 .00  
           
      Family pool only pass (up to 4 people at same address):      
           
      3 months     60 .00  
      6 months     110 .00  
      12 months     205 .00  
           
      Additional family members at same address for pool only pass (per person):      
           
      3 months     10 .00  
      6 months     10 .00  
      12 months     10 .00  
           
      Swim lessons, per session     30 .00  
           
      Private swim lessons     $15.00 per 30 minute lesson  
             
      Kayak polo     $5.00 per individual per session  
          $75.00 annual pass (nontransferable)  
             
      USTA junior tennis program     $  4 .00  
           
      Tennis instruction:        
      13 years and older     20 .00  
      Ages 7 - 12     15 .00  
      6 years and younger     10 .00  
           
  10. Youth And Adult Sports Programs:        
         
    Adult basketball     400 .00 per team  
         
    Adult volleyball     200 .00 per team  
         
    Adult flag football     425 .00 per team  
         
    Adult softball leagues     $360.00 plus $20.00 USSSA sanction fee  
         
    Adult fall softball     $225 .00  
         
    Adult softball tournament:      
      3 game guarantee     250 .00  
      2 game guarantee     200 .00  
         
    Softball leagues double header     $530.00 plus $20.00 USSSA sanction fee  
           
    Pickleball league (youth and adult)     $25.00 per participant  
           
    Tennis lessons:        
      Youth (ages 9 - 17)     $  30 .00*  
      Adult (ages 18 and over)     35 .00  
             
    Ski school:        
      Youth (ages 8 - 18)     40 .00  
      Adult (ages 19 and over)     45 .00  
             
    Summer park program (per participant)     15 .00*  
             
    Youth flag football (per participant)     25 .00*  
             
    Youth 7 on 7 football tournament     150 .00 per team  
           
    Youth junior jazz basketball (per participant):        
      3rd - 4th grades     30 .00*  
      5th - 12th grades     35 .00*  
      Youth basketball tournament     85 .00 per team  
             
    Youth baseball/softball/T-ball (per participant):        
      T-ball     15 .00*  
      Machine pitch     25 .00*  
      Babe Ruth boys baseball:        
      Minors (ages 9 - 10)     30 .00 per player*  
      Majors (ages 11 - 12)     30 .00 per player*  
      Prep (ages 13 - 15)     40 .00 per player*  
      Seniors (ages 16 - 18)     45 .00 per player*  
      Girls softball:        
      Ages 7 - 8 coach pitch     25 .00*  
      Ages 9 - 12 fast pitch     30 .00*  
      Ages 13 - 16 fast pitch     35 .00*  
      Youth competitive baseball league per 10 game league:        
      7th/8th grade     625 .00 per team  
      5th/6th grade     625 .00 per team  
      3rd/4th grade     625 .00 per team  
             
      Youth competitive baseball league per 20 game league (all grades)     1,200 .00 per team  
             
      Instructional baseball league     $225.00 per participant  
             
      Utah state high school all-star underclassman     $50.00 per participant  
             
      High school baseball tournament     $625.00 to $725.00 per team dependent on number of games offered  
             
      All-Star Baseball Showcase     $100.00 per player  
      Pitchers     $150 .00  
           
      Youth baseball tournament 8U through 16U     $200.00 to $450.00 per team dependent on number of games offered  
             
    American Amateur Baseball Congress Of Utah:      
      AABCU     $ 25 .00 per team  
         
    Outdoor volleyball - UOVA (Utah Outdoor Volleyball Association):        
      UOVA members, in advance     15 .00**  
      UOVA members, day of event     20 .00**  
      Nonmembers, in advance     25 .00**  
      Nonmembers, day of event     30 .00**  
             
    Sand volleyball leagues:      
      Double     50 .00 per team  
      Four     120 .00 per team  
      Six     180 .00 per team  
         
    AAU basketball tournament     225 .00 per team  
           
    AAU girls national basketball championships     325 .00 per team  
             
    AAU girls basketball tournament     150 .00 per team  
             
    AAU girls basketball state tournament     175 .00 per team  
             
    3 on 3 outdoor basketball tournament:        
      Adult team (ages 19 and over)     80 .00  
      Youth team     80 .00  
             
    Team tennis     200 .00 per team  
           
    Tennis tournament:        
      First event     15 .00 per player  
      Additional events within same
tournament  
  10 .00 per player  
             
    Fishing club     15 .00  

*Youths participating in the youth programs marked above by an asterisk (*), who are not residents of Ogden City, shall be subject to an additional fee of 30 percent of the stated fee.

**The fees for outdoor volleyball shall be those rates set forth in the guidelines established by the Utah Outdoor Volleyball Association and are subject to any increases set forth in those guidelines.

  11. Golden Hours Senior Center:        
    a.   Activities:        
      Dances     $3.00 per person  
      Classes with paid instructor*:        
      Ceramics     $1.00 per class per person  
      Porcelain     $1.00 per class per person  
      Crafts     $1.50 per class per person  
      Art     $1.00 per class per person  
      Low impact aerobics     $0.50 per class per person  
      Computer     $25.00 per session per person  
      Stained glass     $45.00 plus supply costs  
      Machine quilting     $25.00 plus supply costs  
      Kiln firing fee     1/2 price of the greenware per firing  
      Supplies     City cost  

*Provision of class depending upon class size and availability of instructor.

b. Building/Room Rental* **:

(1) No fee charged for admission:

Onetime Rentals   Open Hours   After Hours  
         
Meeting rooms   $ 10.00   per hour   $ 15.00   per hour  
Gymnasium/hall:          
  Full area   20.00   per hour   25.00   per hour  
  Half/third   10.00   per hour   15.00   per hour  
Kitchen   10.00   per hour   15.00   per hour  
Gym/kitchen
 combined  
25.00   per hour   30.00   per hour  
         
Monthly Rentals***   Open Hours   After Hours  
       
Meeting rooms   $ 25.00   per month   $ 50.00   per month  
Gymnasium/hall:          
  Full to third area   62.50   per month   125.00   per month  
Kitchen   25.00   per month   50.00   per month  
Craft room   25.00   per month   50.00   per month  
Gym/kitchen
 combined  
75.00   per month   150.00   per month  

(2) Groups charging admission fees to participants:

Onetime Rentals   Open Hours   After Hours  
         
Meeting rooms   $ 15.00   per hour   $ 22.50   per hour  
Gymnasium/hall:          
  Full area   30.00   per hour   37.50   per hour  
  Half/third   15.00   per hour   22.50   per hour  
Kitchen   15.00   per hour   22.50   per hour  
Gym/kitchen
 combined  
37.50   per hour   45.00   per hour  
         
Monthly Rentals***   Open Hours   After Hours  
         
Meeting rooms   $ 50.00   per month   $ 75.00   per month  
Gymnasium/hall:          
  Full to third area   125.00   per month   187.00   per month  
Kitchen   50.00   per month   75.00   per month  
Craft room   50.00   per month   75.00   per month  
Gym/kitchen
 combined  
150.00   per month   225.00   per month  

*All requests for rentals are evaluated on a first come, first serve basis and are based on availability. Rentals of the Golden Hours facilities must be by persons 60 years and older or by groups for the benefit of persons 60 years and older. Groups renting the facility are responsible for providing their own supplies and cleaning up after the event.

**Qualified, nonprofit senior organizations (for persons 60 years and older) may use the meeting rooms at no charge during operating hours (if available) and the gymnasium at half the above price if the organization does not charge any of the participants. Groups renting the gymnasium after hours or during operating hours for any activities or programs involving the charging of a fee or admission by the participants shall pay the above stated fee, plus 50 percent of the rental fee.

***Monthly rental costs are for 25 hours a month. Additional hours will be prorated.

  12. Fields And Courts*:      
    Monroe softball field, Bonneville baseball fields, Serge Simmons baseball field and Marv Casteel softball field:      
      League and tournament requests per use for the diamond preparation; diamonds will be prepared by city recreation     $  20 .00   per use  
      League and tournament requests per use for diamond lights     25 .00   per hour  
      Tournament fee; onetime use fee, per day for each field used     20 .00   per use per day  
    Fourth Street softball fields:      
      League and tournament requests per use for the diamond preparation; diamonds will be prepared by city recreation     20 .00   per use  
      League and tournament requests per use for diamond lights     10 .00   per hour  
      Tournament fee; onetime use fee, per day for each field used     25 .00   per use per day  
    Mt. Ogden Soccer fields:      
      League and tournament requests:      
      Youth leagues (U-18 and under):      
      Competitive (per participant per season)   3 .00    
      Recreational (per participant per season)   1 .00    
      Adult leagues per hour, per field   15 .00   per hour per field  
    Soccer fields (except Mt. Ogden): Lyons 23rd Street, 4th Street Romrell, 4th Street South, 9th Street, Grandview, Marshall White, Orchard, Ron Clair, Jefferson, Monroe, Big D Sports Park, Mt. Eyrie, Jaycee and West Stadium:      
      League and tournament requests:        
      Youth leagues (U-18 and under) competitive and recreational       No charge  
      Adult leagues per hour, per field     15 .00   per hour per field  
    Tennis courts: Liberty, Mt. Erie, Mt. Ogden and Monroe:        
      Organized play or practice requests     5 .00   per match  
      Organized play or practice requests     20 .00   per day, per court  
    Pickleball courts: Mt. Ogden:        
      Organized play or practice requests     5 .00   per match  
      Organized play or practice requests     20 .00   per day, per court  
    Fourth Street sand volleyball courts:        
      League and tournament requests     4 .00   per match per court  
      Tournament fee; onetime use per day for each court used     20 .00    
      Deposit; a refundable deposit for city volleyball nets and lines per set     100 .00   per set  

*Note: The above fees are imposed in addition to any other fees in subsection B10 of this section.

The recreation division reserves the right to limit field use, relocate or cancel games due to field conditions or capacity issues.

Reservations are required for organized games. Unauthorized play may result in loss of field privileges.

  13. Special Events:        
           
    Permit application and processing fee:        
             
      Class I special event:        
      Commercial filming     $200 .00    
      Other       No charge  
             
      Class II special event       No charge  

(Permit application and processing fees do not include charges for city services pursuant to section 6-5-5 of this code)

  14. Ogden Amphitheater:        
             
      Front stage     $ 75 .00   per hour  
          500 .00   per day  
      Back stage     40 .00   per hour  
          250 .00   per day  
      Extended seating area (plaza)     250 .00   per day  
      Use of sound/light board     10 .00   per hour  
          75 .00   per day  
      Staffing:        
      Sound/light board operator     50 .00   per hour  
      Facility (parks division) staff     25 .00   per hour per employee  
      Stage/house manager     50 .00   per hour  
             
      Alcoholic beverage permit     50 .00    

Fee for use of the front stage includes: a) use of the fixed seating area and grass; b) use of up to 4 microphones; c) stage chairs; d) music stands; and e) exterior electrical.

Usage based on hourly rates requires a 4 hour minimum per day, provided on a consecutive basis, for each area or service. Extended area seating not available on an hourly basis.

Use of 5 or more microphones requires the use of the sound board.

Local, nonprofit organizations with a 501(c)(3) status shall pay 35 percent of the above fees, except the fee for alcoholic beverage permits, for any event which is open to the public with no admission charge. A nonprofit organization shall be considered to be "local" if its principal place of business is located in the city.

15. Miscellaneous Recreation Classes: The director of the department may from time to time establish fees for recreation classes not otherwise established in this section, which fees shall at a minimum cover the cost of instructors, class materials, and any additional costs identified by the department as directly related to the class. The fee shall also include a reasonable amount to cover all or part of the indirect costs incurred by the city in sponsoring such class or activity. In no event shall the instructor receive more than 80 percent of the fee collected for such class. Prior to establishing such fees, a budget plan will be established for each activity and be used to monitor the cost of each class.

16. City Events: It is not the intent of this subsection to require the imposition of fees imposed in this subsection B applicable to special events or the use of any facility on a contractor or agent of the city conducting a "city event", as defined in title 6, chapter 5 of this code, within such facility pursuant to such contract, unless otherwise required under the terms of the contract.

17. Reserved.

18. Water Utility:

             
    Service restoration fees (see section 9-1-11 of this code)        
             
    Water hookup fees (see section 9-2-4 of this code)        
             
    Water rates (see section 9-1-6 of this code)        
             
    Disconnect or abandoned line (see subsection 9-2-10D of this code)        
             
    Trip charge-return (charged for turning water on and off for test, tap open, return trips, etc.)     $10.00    
             
    Missing or destroyed locks (removed when tampering):        
      Padlock     10.00   each  
      Hinged lock     40.00   each  
           
    Printout of accounts:      
      From computer     5.00    
      From microfiche     7.00   per year  
             
    Rethaw of frozen lines after notice issued to let water run (street side of lines only)     25.00   per hour  
             
    Rebilling charge for irrigation (rental of shares)     5.00    
             
    Temporary service for new construction, onetime, flat fee based on size of tap serving the premises (see subsection 9-1-6G2 of this code):        
             
      Tap Size (Inches)   Fee      
               
      1     $100 .00      
      11/2 - 2     150 .00      
      3 - 4     200 .00      
      6     250 .00      
      8     300 .00      

19. Sanitary Sewer Utility And Storm Sewer Utility:
(see section 9-5-3 of this code)

a. Sanitary Sewer Service Charges: The monthly service charge for sanitary sewer services shall be charged each customer to whom water service is available based on meter size serving the premises, regardless of whether any water is used, as follows:

  Water
Meter Size  
Base Rate From July 1, 2012 Through June 30, 2013 (Including 2012 CPI Increase And Central Weber Sewer Increase)  
  3/4" or smaller       $   27 .50      
  1"       45 .51      
  11/2"       63 .53      
  2"       101 .94      
  3"       284 .56      
  4"       357 .97      
  6"       796 .68      
  8" and larger       1,460 .03      
  Current year rate = (previous year rate* + current year rate increase) x (1 + current year CPI)  
  Sample calculation: 2013 rate calculation for 3/4" meter assuming 2013 CPI = 2%: $28.05 = ($27.50 + $0.00) x (1 + .02)  

*Previous year rate is the rate in effect on the day immediately before the current year rate is calculated.

The following monthly usage charges apply to water usage over the stated volumes:

Water Meter Size   Allowance Over Which Additional Charge Imposed   Rate Per 1,000 Gallons Over Allowance (Including 2012 CPI Increase)  
1" and smaller   Average monthly winter usage over 6,000 gallons per month1   $0 .35  
Larger than 1"   No minimum allowance - all usage charged   0 .35  

Note:
 1. Winter usage is the average monthly amount of water used between November and April. For accounts with meters that are not read during the winter, the average use is determined from the last actual meter reading of the calendar year and the first actual meter reading of the succeeding calendar year if the actual reading occurs before November or after April. Winter usage is updated on July 1 of each year. For new accounts where winter usage is not known, only the base rate will be charged until the July 1 after the information is available.

b. Storm Sewer Service Fees: The monthly service charge for storm sewer services shall be based on equivalent service units ("ESUs") contained in the parcel pursuant to section 9-5-3 of this code. The amount charged for each ESU is as follows:

Storm Sewer Rates   Base Through June 30, 2012   July 1, 2012
2.8% CPI
Increase  
Current Base Through June 30, 2013  
Residential   Each unit   $6 .91   $0 .19   $7 .10  
Business   Each unit   6 .91   0 .19   7 .10  
Current year rate = (previous year rate* + current year rate increase) x (1 + current year CPI)  
Sample calculation: 2013 rate calculation assuming 2013 CPI = 2%: $7.24 = ($7.10 + $0.00) x (1 + .02)  

*Previous year rate is the rate in effect on the day immediately before the current year rate is calculated.

c. Sanitary Sewer Hookup Fees:
For direct connection to a sewer line or manhole for which city employees perform the work (includes the approximate average cost of material, labor, equipment, administration)   $334.00 per tap  
For direct connection to a sewer line or manhole for which the person requesting the connection performs the work (includes the approximate average cost of inspection and administration)   92.25 per tap  

d. Increases: In addition, the specified sanitary sewer service and usage charges and storm sewer service fees shall be increased annually on July 1 in perpetuity by the percentage change in the west region consumer price index for all items derived for urban consumers (west region CPI-U), without any seasonal adjustment, for the prior calendar year and produced by the United States bureau of labor statistics (CPI). If the CPI falls below zero for the prior calendar year, no CPI adjustment will be made.

e. Stormwater Pollution Prevention Permits:

Sites 5 acres or larger     $100.00, plus $50.00 per month of construction activity under the permit  
Sites over 1 acre but under 5     $100.00, plus $50.00 per month of construction activity under the permit  
Sites 1 acre or less     $50.00, plus $50.00 per month of construction activity under the permit  
Permit/plan modifications (formal applications only)     $50.00    

20. Refuse Collection And Disposal Charges:

Refuse Rates*   Base Through June 30, 2012   July 1, 2012
2.8% CPI Increase  
Current Base Through June 30, 2013  
Rate code 01:        
  1st cart   90 gallon   $17 .79   $0 .50   $18 .29  
  Each additional cart   90 gallon   15 .52   0 .44   15 .96  
Rate code 02:        
  1st cart   90 gallon   17 .79   0 .50   18 .29  
  Each additional cart   60 gallon   11 .77   0 .33   12 .10  
Rate code 03:        
  1st cart   60 gallon   14 .08   0 .39   14 .47  
  Each additional cart   90 gallon   15 .52   0 .44   15 .96  
Rate code 04:        
  1st cart   60 gallon   14 .08   0 .39   14 .47  
  Each additional cart   60 gallon   11 .77   0 .33   12 .10  
Rate code 40:        
  1st cart   350 gallon   47 .21   1 .32   48 .53  
  Each additional cart   350 gallon   44 .89   1 .26   46 .15  
Cart replacement fees:        
  60 gallon   -   58 .14   1 .63   59 .77  
  90 gallon   -   68 .70   1 .92   70 .62  
Pick up/delivery of carts:        
  Each trip   -   20 .84   0 .58   21 .42  

*Charges are based on the number of carts provided for the collection of garbage and nonrecyclable refuse. Charges for the collection and disposal of recyclable materials, regardless of the number of carts provided for recyclable materials, are included in the costs of the first cart provided for the collection of garbage and nonrecyclable refuse.

A $2.50 per month discount off of the total cost for refuse services is given to any user who, as owner of the property, is each year granted an abatement for taxes on their dwelling in Weber County under Utah Code Annotated sections 59-2-1106 through 59-2-1108, or its successor provision.

In addition, the refuse collection and disposal charges shall be increased annually on July 1 in perpetuity by the percentage change in the west region consumer price index for all items derived for urban consumers (west region CPI-U), without any seasonal adjustment, for the prior calendar year and produced by the United States bureau of labor statistics (CPI). If the CPI falls below zero for the prior calendar year, no CPI adjustment will be made.

21. Green Waste Materials:

Compost     $15 .00   per yard  
    3 .00   per bag  
Rock chips     5 .00   per yard  
Wood chips (fine and large)     10 .00   per yard  
Firewood split     80 .00   per cord  
    3 .00   per bundle  
Firewood cut     60 .00   per cord  
Uncovered load fee     10 .00    
Mulch     7 .00   per yard  

22. Promotional Activities: Short term adjustments or rebates to current fees set forth in this subsection B may be made for promotional purposes. Promotional activities must be approved in advance by the mayor or the mayor's designee.

C.Fire Department:

Ambulance charges     See title 12, chapter 9 of this code  
HAZMAT response     Actual cost  
Disposable medical supplies     Actual cost  
Burning permits     $   5 .00    
Incident/medical report (other than arson investigation reports), provided that there will be no charge for the first copy provided to a patient or property owner involved in the incident     15 .00    
Arson investigation report, without photos     25 .00    
Arson investigation report, with photos     $25.00, plus $5.00 per disk or actual reproduction charge for prints  
CPR mannequin rental     $   5 .00    
CPR class (per person)     35 .00    
CPR recertification (per person)     20 .00    
Fire safety training trailer     35 .00   per first hour  
    25 .00   per each additional hour  


D. Police Department:

Animal services division:     See title 13 of this code  

  Black And White   Color       
Crime scene photos:        
  4 inches x 5 inches   $   4.50     $  5 .50  
  5 inches x 7 inches   5.00     7 .00  
  8 inches x 10 inches   7.00     10 .00  
Fingerprints per card       10 .00  
Fingerprints for persons applying as a volunteer with a charitable, nonprofit organization       2 .00  
Police reports   25.00      
Photographs for licenses   5.70      
Landlord training program   40.00   per individual*  
Sex offender registration   25.00   per registration  
Towing rotation:      
  Original application   200.00    
  Annual renewal   100.00    

*Any landlord planning to send more than 4 of its officers, directors, managers or employees to the landlord training program may pay a group rate of $160.00 per calendar year.

E.Public Works: Repealed.

F.Citywide Fees:
1. Return checks-service charge     $20 .00    
2. City records (see section 4-5-8 of this title). (See applicable department fee schedule for charges pertaining to specific type of records. Standards for fees, fee waivers, payment of past fees, and prepayments are covered in section 4-5-8 of this title. Notwithstanding the charges designated below, the city reserves the right to charge the actual cost of duplicating a record, compiling a record in a form other than that maintained by the city, postage, or other cost reasonably related to the city's cost of fulfilling the request for copies of records.)  

Copy, per page (if no other charge is designated):     $0 .25 plus  
  Certified copy     5 .00  
  Notarized copy     5 .00 per signature  
Drawings, aerial photos     Actual costs  
Fax     $2.00 for first page plus $1.00 for each additional page  
     
Municipal code     $300.00 plus $70.00 for annual updates  
     
Tapes     Actual costs  
     
3. Recording fee to record an affidavit of heirship, quitclaim deed or trust deed pertaining to Ogden City Cemetery property     $   7 .50 per document  
     
4. Preparation of duplicate lien releases     10 .00  
     
5. Hearing officer appeals under section 1-4B-10 of this code     25 .00  

G.City Attorney's Office:
Attorney fee for civil matters     181 .00 per hour  
Discovery up to 50 pages     10 .00 each  
Discovery 51 pages and over     $10.00 plus $0.25 per page after 50 pages  
CD/DVD     $25 .00 each  

(1979 Code § 4.20.010; amd. Ord. 93-56, 10-12-1993; Ord. 93-68, 12-21-1993; Ord. 94-17, 4-5-1994; Ord. 94-22, 5-24-1994; Ord. 94-24, 6-7-1994; Ord. 94-25, 6-7-1994; Ord. 94-26, 6-7-1994; Ord. 94-27, 6-7-1994; Ord. 94-51, 10-18-1994; Ord. 94-61, 11-22-1994; Ord. 95-3, 1-10-1995; Ord. 95-12, 3-7-1995; Ord. 95-14, 3-21-1995; Ord. 95-37, 6-20-1995; Ord. 95-38, 6-20-1995; Ord. 95-39, 6-20-1995; Ord. 95-44, 6-27-1995; Ord. 95-64, 9-26-1995; Ord. 96-15, 4-9-1996; Ord. 96-24, 5-7-1996; Ord. 96-28, 6-25-1996; Ord. 96-35, 7-16-1996; Ord. 96-36, 7-16-1996; Ord. 96-38, 7-16-1996; Ord. 96-59, 11-19-1996; Ord. 97-48, 6-17-1997, eff. 7-1-1997; Ord. 97-49, 6-17-1997, eff. 7-1-1997; Ord. 97-50, 6-17-1997, eff. 7-1-1997; Ord. 97-51, 6-17-1997, eff. 7-1-1997; Ord. 97-52, 6-17-1997; Ord. 97-53, 6-17-1997, eff. 7-1-1997; Ord. 97-54, 6-17-1997, eff. 7-1-1997; Ord. 97-63, 8-26-1997; Ord. 98-41, 6-16-1998, eff. 7-1-1998; Ord. 98-42, 6-16-1998, eff. 7-1-1998; Ord. 98-43, 6-16-1998, eff. 7-1-1998; 1999 Code; Ord. 99-30, 6-22-1999, eff. 7-1-1999; Ord. 2001-3, 1-2-2001; Ord. 2001-11, 2-20-2001; Ord. 2001-38, 6-12-2001, eff. 1-1-2002; Ord. 2001-42, 7-3-2001, eff. retroactive to 7-1-2001; Ord. 2001-43, 6-19-2001, eff. 7-1-2001; Ord. 2001-59, 9-25-2001; Ord. 2001-70, 12-18-2001; Ord. 2002-30, 5-7-2002; Ord. 2002-38, 6-18-2002, eff. 7-1-2002; Ord. 2002-49, 8-6-2002; Ord. 2002-57, 9-17-2002; Ord. 2002-63, 9-24-2002; Ord. 2003-4, 1-14-2003; Ord. 2003-14, 3-18-2003; Ord. 2003-28, 6-17-2003, eff. 7-1-2003; Ord. 2003-43, 8-5-2003; Ord. 2003-45, 8-19-2003; Ord. 2004-42, 6-15-2004, eff. 7-1-2004; Ord. 2004-43, 6-15-2004, eff. 7-1-2004; Ord. 2004-48, 6-15-2004, eff. 7-1-2004; Ord. 2004-72, 10-12-2004; Ord. 2005-17, 3-22-2005; Ord. 2005-29, 5-24-2005; Ord. 2005-39, 6-14-2005, eff. 7-1-2005; Ord. 2006-33, 6-13-2006; Ord. 2006-34, 6-13-2006, eff. 7-1-2006; Ord. 2006-45, 7-25-2006; Ord. 2006-76, 11-21-2006; Ord. 2006-80, 11-28-2006, eff. 1-1-2007; Ord. 2007-21, 5-22-2007; Ord. 2007-41, 6-12-2007; Ord. 2007-42, 6-12-2007; Ord. 2007-76, 11-13-2007; Ord. 2007-79, 12-18-2007; Ord. 2008-24, 6-10-2008, eff. 7-1-2008; Ord. 2008-25, 6-10-2008, eff. 7-1-2008; Ord. 2008-26, 6-10-2008, eff. 7-1-2008; Ord. 2008-27, 6-10-2008, eff. 7-1-2008; Ord. 2008-28, 6-10-2008, eff. 11-1-2008; Ord. 2008-47, 10-7-2008; Ord. 2008-53, 10-14-2008; Ord. 2009-41, 6-2-2009; Ord. 2009-42, 6-16-2009, eff. 7-1-2009; Ord. 2009-43, 6-16-2009, eff. 7-1-2009; Ord. 2010-21, 6-22-2010, eff. 7-1-2010; Ord. 2010-22, 6-22-2010, eff. 7-1-2010; Ord. 2010-23, 6-22-2010; Ord. 2010-24, 6-22-2010, eff. 7-1-2010; Ord. 2011-31, 6-21-2011, eff. 7-1-2011; Ord. 2011-32, 6-21-2011, eff. 7-1-2011; Ord. 2011-34, 6-21-2011, eff. 7-1-2011; Ord. 2011-53, 12-20-2011; Ord. 2011-54, 12-20-2011; Ord. 2012-23, 8-21-2012; Ord. 2012-50, 12-18-2012; Ord. 2013-14, 4-2-2013; Ord. 2013-29, 6-18-2013; Ord. 2013-30, 6-18-2013; Ord. 2013-44, 10-15-2013; Ord. 2013-46, 12-3-2013, eff. 1-1-2014; Ord. 2013-47, 12-3-2013, eff. 1-1-2014; Ord. 2014-24, 6-17-2014; Ord. 2015-28, 6-16-2015; Ord. 2015-29, 6-16-2015; Ord. 2015-30, 6-16-2015, eff. 7-1-2015; Ord. 2015-51, 12-8-2015; Ord. 2016-34, 6-21-2016)
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4-6-2: COLLECTION:linklink


A. The charges imposed by this chapter shall be collected by the city employee or official involved prior to or at the time the service is rendered.


B. If an attorney who is an employee of the city assists in an enforcement or collection action involving a citation for a civil violation of this code, then an attorney fee in the amount set forth in section 4-6-1 of this chapter shall be assessed against the individual or entity that received the citation. This attorney fee shall be assessed in addition to any other fees that may lawfully be assessed in such circumstances.


C. The attorney fee set forth in subsection B of this section shall not be imposed where the imposition of the attorney fee:

1. Conflicts with federal, state or local law; or

2. Conflicts with a binding contract between the city and the entity or individual required to make payments to the city.

(Ord. 2015-30, 6-16-2015, eff. 7-1-2015)

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4-6-3: DEPOSITS:linklink

The city may charge refundable cleaning and security deposits in addition to the above charges for the use of city facilities, if determined to be necessary to protect city property.

(1979 Code § 4.20.030; amd. Ord. 93-56, 10-12-1993)
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Footnotes - Click any footnote link to go back to its reference.
Footnote 1: This fee does not include the 1 percent surcharge on all building, electrical, mechanical and plumbing permits collected in accordance with the Utah uniform building standards act and which shall be imposed on the total fee collected under this schedule.
Footnote 2: Actual cost includes administrative and overhead costs.
Footnote 3: Actual cost includes administrative and overhead costs.