City of Roseville, MI
Macomb County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the City Council of the City of Roseville during codification 7-27-1999 by Ord. No. 1124. Amendments noted where applicable.]

§ 133-1 Schedule established.

[Amended 11-9-1999 by Ord. No. 1128]
Fees for licenses, permits, certificates, inspections and services provided by the City as well as the amount of any bond required to be posted or insurance required to be carried in order to obtain any license or permit required by the City, as set forth in the Code of the City of Roseville, are hereby consolidated into a schedule which shall be known as the "General Fee Schedule of the City of Roseville," which schedule shall supersede any fees or costs previously set forth in this chapter and which schedule may be amended from time to time by interlineation after resolution by the City Council approving same without the necessity of reenacting the Schedule in its entirety, to be effective upon publication in a newspaper of general circulation (daily or weekly newspaper) in the City of Roseville. Excepted from this schedule are library and Parks and Recreation Department fees, fines and charges. Library fees, fines and charges are established pursuant to state law. Parks and Recreation Department fees, fines and charges are established by the Parks and Recreation Department pursuant to the City Charter, Sec. 7.14.

§ 133-2 Preservation of fees and charges not covered.

Any and all fees and charges authorized and directed to be collected pursuant to the codified ordinances, resolutions and authorized directives, as well as by state statute which are not expressly included in this chapter are declared to continue in existence and remain in full force and effect unless otherwise in conflict with this chapter.

§ 133-3 Annual report.

The City department heads shall annually review the Schedule of Fees in October, and any recommended changes therein shall be reported to the City Council on or before its first meeting in November.

§ 133-4 Copy of Fee Schedule to be made available.

The City Clerk shall maintain for public inspection in the office of the Clerk a copy of the Schedule of Fees most recently adopted by the City Council.

§ 133-5 Assessing Department fees.

[Amended 10-9-2001]
The fees of the Assessing Department shall be as follows:
Type
Fee
Field Sheet
$2 per parcel
Copies of Plat Map pages
$3 per page
Miscellaneous single copies
$1 per page
List of businesses in the City
$25 flat fee
Labels for mailing lists
$1 per page
Property split per resulting parcel or property combination per parcel combined
[Added 9-27-2005; amended 4-25-2006]
$200

§ 133-6 Department of Buildings and Inspection fees.

[Amended 11-23-1999]
The fees of the Department of Buildings and Inspections shall be as follows:
A. 
Mechanical permit and registration fees:
Type
Fee
Contractor registration
[Amended 12-14-2004]
$15
Commercial permit application fee
[Added 10-10-2006;amended 1-24-2012]
$50
Minimum permit fee
[Amended 2-10-2017]
$60
Inspections
Reinspection fee
$30
Overtime inspections
Refer to overtime language in union contract
Special inspections, such as investigation of work started or done without obtaining required permits
[Amended 1-24-2012]
$60, plus all required permit fees
Periodic inspections
$30
Certificate of occupancy inspections
[Amended 9-27-2005]
$50
Refrigeration, air conditioning and heat pumps
[Amended 1-24-2012]
Self-contained systems
3 horsepower or less
$30
Over 3 horsepower
$35
Remote systems
7-1/2 horsepower or less, each
$35
Over 7-1/2 horsepower, each
$50
Alterations to each refrigeration system
$30
Ductwork
[Amended 1-24-2012]
Single family
$30
Multiple family
Per living unit
$30
Alteration of ductwork (all types)
$30
Fire dampers (each)
$10
Exhaust, stacks and ventilation
Combustion air ventilation
$5
Dryer vent, residential
[Added 11-26-2002; amended 1-24-2012]
$5
Exhaust (bath vent, etc.)
[Amended 11-26-2002]
Residential
$5
Commercial
0 to 500 cfm
[Amended 1-24-2012]
$15
501 to 5,000 cfm
$20
5,001 and higher cfm
$30
Kitchen hood and welded exhaust
[Added 11-26-2002]
$40
Make up air and duct
[Added 11-26-2002]
$40
Stacks, liners and B vents
$10
Ventilation, air intake
$5
Welded exhaust
$30
Heating
Prefabricated gas fireplace
[Added 9-27-2005]
$30
Prefabricated wood fireplace with chimney
[Added 9-27-2005]
$30
Special equipment (one-inch)
[Added 9-27-2005; amended 1-24-2012]
$30
Each additional
$5
Commercial laundry dryer (each)
[Added 12-14-2004; amended 9-27-2005]
$5
Chimney
[Added 9-27-2005]
8-inch or less
[Amended 1-24-2012]
$15
9-inch to 14-inch
$20
Over 14-inch
$30
Furnace, unit or radiant heater, conversion unit, space heater, woodstove, gas log fireplace
[Amended 12-14-2004; 1-24-2012]
First 5 units 0 to 100,000 BTUs, each
$30
Each additional unit over 5
$20
First 5 units 100,001 to 500,000 BTUs, each
$40
Each additional unit over 5
$25
Over 500,000 BTUs
$50
Boiler
[Added 1-24-2012]
0 to 100,000 BTU
$35
Each additional 500,000 BTU over 100,000 BTU
$10
Note: Electrical permits required for wiring, extension of wiring and reconnection of wiring to heating, air conditioning and refrigeration equipment.
Humidifiers
When installed with furnace
$5
Separate installation
$25
Hot water tank
$30
Note: Saddle valves for plumbing connection are not acceptable.
Piping (Gas, hydronic, process, steam)
[Amended 12-14-2004]
Extensions up to 10 feet, included in cost of unit
Residential
$25
Commercial
First 100 feet
$40
Each additional 100 feet or fraction thereof
$20
Openings, per opening
[Added 12-14-2004]
$5
Commercial gas piping, per opening
[Added 9-27-2005]
$5
Specialty piping (hydronic, process, steam, etc.)
[Added 9-27-2005]
First 100 feet
$40
Each additional 100 feet
$20
Each opening
$5
Miscellaneous and special equipment
[Added 12-14-2004; amended 1-24-2012]
$30
Inspection repairs
[Added 11-24-2009]
$30
B. 
The following permits are issued by the Department of Buildings and Inspections but are under the jurisdiction of the Fire Department:
Type
Fee
Fire-suppression systems:
Up to 10 heads
$25
Each additional group of 10 or fraction thereof
$5
Alteration to system
$25
Fire-suppression standpipes:
4-inch pipe
$40
6-inch pipe
$60
Fire pumps and connections, each
$100
Jockey pumps, each
$100
Hood/duct fire-suppression systems:
Each establishment system
$40
Each additional system, same location
$15
Halon fire-suppression system
$60
Each additional system, same location
$35
Commercial, industrial and multiple dwellings permit to install or repair oil, gasoline or storage tanks:
1,001 to 5,000 gallons
$25
5,001 to 30,000 gallons
$40
30,001 to 40,000 gallons
$70
Residential, commercial or industrial permit to install or repair L.P. gas storage up to 500 gallons (water capacity):
501 to 1,000 gallons
$30
Over 1,000 gallons, each additional 500 gallons or portion thereof
$10
Residential permit to install or repair oil storage tank
275 gallons (above ground, limit 2 tanks each)
$25
Up to 500 gallons (underground)
$25
C. 
Department of Buildings and Inspections zoning and permit fees:
Type
Fee
Zoning Administration Fees
Site plan review
[Amended 12-14-2004; 1-24-2012; 2-10-2017]
Multiples
$1,000
Commercial, industrial (new)
$1,000
Commercial or industrial addition
$300
When Planning Commission approval is required
$500
Developer meeting at office of planning consultant
$100
Zoning verification letter
$50
Variance
Residential variances:
[Amended 11-24-2009]
Residential variance or issues not regulated by Roseville Zoning Ordinance
$50
Residential variance for issues regulated by Roseville Zoning Ordinance, Residential District (R-1)
$150
All other districts
$300
Lot split
$200
Subdivision approval
$1,000
Planning Commission special use approval
[Amended 1-24-2012]
$1,200
City Council approvals
[Amended 1-24-2012]
$300
Vacation of streets/alleys
$750
Rezoning
$1,000
Administrative fee for all services performed on private property for maintenance issues, snow removal, debris removal, grass cutting, etc.
[Added 11-24-2009]
$80
Special Zoning Board of Appeals meeting
[Added 11-24-2009]
$300
Transfer certificate of occupancy request
[Added 11-24-2009; amended 2-10-2017]
$25
Landscape plans (when reviewed by the Planning Commission on projects that are normally not subject to its review)
[Added 12-14-2004]
$100
Recording fee for basements without emergency egress form
[Added 12-14-2004]
$40
Licenses
Home occupation
[Amended 10-10-2006]
First time
$50
Annual renewal[1]
$20
Open air sales
Permit
$100
Escrow deposit (if not the property owner)
$300
Non-owner-occupied housing
[Added 9-27-2005; amended 7-10-2012; 2-10-2017]
Initial registration, single-family residence (initial inspection included in registration fee)
$150
Registration of additional unit at same location (single-family residence)
$50
Initial registration, multi-family residence, including apartments (initial inspection included in registration fee)
First unit
$100
Each additional unit in the same building
$50
Initial registration, condominium (initial inspection included in registration fee)
Per unit
$100
Each additional unit in the same building
$50
Reinspection due to failure to appear at prearranged time
$25
First inspection fee due to issuance of notice of violation
No fee
Any additional inspections after first reinspection
$25
Transfer of ownership
$25
Appeal
$300
Building application fee (exceptions: pool, shed, privacy fence)
[Added 10-10-2006; amended 2-10-2017]
$50
Builder permit fees
[Amended 9-27-2005; 2-10-2017]
Minimum fee
$75
Value
Percent of Construction Cost*
First $100,000
1%
For the next $500,000
.75%
For any value in excess of $600,000
.5%
*Construction cost calculated from current International Building Code valuation data report.
[Amended 10-28-2003 by Ord. No. 1184; 11-27-2007]
Note: These fees apply to permits for commercial, industrial, signs, multiple and residential.
Type
Fee
Sheds and privacy fence permits
Sheds
$30
Privacy fences
$30
Swimming pool permits
$30
Moving of buildings
[Amended 10-10-2006; 1-24-2012]
Moving house through City
$700
Moving house in or out of City
$1,200
Moving garage
$500
Vacant structure and certificate of occupancy inspections
Inspection requested by owner, owner's representative, or third party, per trade
[Amended 9-27-2005]
$50
Reinspection (may be charged when, in the opinion of the Department of Buildings and Inspections, the job is not ready when inspection is requested)
$30
Overtime inspections
Refer to overtime language in union contract
Special inspections (Special investigation such as work started or done without required permit. Additional time on inspections, per hour, plus all required permit fees.)
[Added 11-26-2002; amended 2-10-2017]
$100
Reinspection fee
[Added 2-10-2017]
$30
Plan examination fees
Residential alterations, additions and minor industrial and other nonresidential alterations
$25
Signs for which engineered-sealed drawings are required
[Amended 2-10-2017]
$50
Residential, new
$50
Commercial and industrial addition or alteration:
[Amended 9-27-2005; 11-27-2007]
For project valued at $50,000 or less
$100
For project valued at $50,001 to $100,000
$200
For project valued over $100,000
$400
New commercial, industrial or multifamily
[Amended 9-27-2005]
$400
Garages
[Added 12-14-2004]
$25
Note: Plan review fees must be paid prior to review.
Engineering fees
Administrative fee for weed cutting[2]
$80
Grade stake
[Amended 1-24-2012]
Residential, new
$100
Garage
$75
Improvement guaranties
Demolish garage
[Added 9-27-2005]
$100
Demolish house
[Added 9-27-2005]
$1,000
Demolish commercial or industrial
[Added 9-27-2005]
$2,000 or 5%
Swimming pool
$25
Garages
$50
Additions, dormers and alterations
$100
Residential, new
$500
Signs that require engineer's seal
$300
All other signs
$50
Commercial and industrial interior alterations requiring an architect's seal
$500
All other interior renovations
[Amended 10-10-2006]
$100
Commercial, industrial and multiple family (additions and new construction)
0.5% of construction value, minimum of $500
Administrative fee
20% of original improvement guaranty per year
Note: Amount of improvement guaranty may be greater than 0.5% of value pursuant to Section 2021 of the Zoning Ordinance.
[1]
Editor's Note: The entry for bed-and-breakfast, which immediately followed this fee, was deleted 12-14-2004.
[2]
Editor's Note: The fee entries for soil erosion, which immediately followed this fee, were deleted 12-14-2004.
D. 
Electrical permit and registration fees:
Type
Fee
Licensing, registration and examination fees
[Amended 12-14-2004]
Journeyman license
$10
Master, sign specialist and fire alarm technician license
$20
Contractor license
$50
Contractor registration
$15
Permit fees (Permits shall be secured before work commences.)
Commercial permit application fee
[Amended 1-24-2012; 2-10-2017]
$75
Transfer of permits
$30
Additional permit for equipment installed and inspected but not included in open permit date. Permit application must be marked "addition to permit #."
Combination rates shall apply additions
Reinspection permit
When code violation is not corrected on first notice
$30
Special inspections
Special investigation, such as work started or done without required permit; additional time on inspections, per hour, plus all required permit fees
$50
Repairs
Repairs and alterations not specifically covered in this schedule
$30
Motion picture apparatus; each machine
$30
Carnivals, festivals, circuses
(Additional fees shall be charged for all time over 2 hours.)
Actual employee costs wages and including fringes
Carnival bond
$5,000
Theatrical road show inspection
[Amended 1-24-2012]
$100
Mobile homes/trailer park (move in)
$30
Periodic inspections (certificates)
Certificate of occupancy and compliance (each request must be made in writing by owner)
[Amended 9-27-2005]
$50
Periodic inspections
$30
Overtime inspections
Refer to overtime language in union contract.
Circuits
[Amended 1-24-2012]
First circuit (new, extended or reconnected)
$15
Each additional
$15
Lamps or tubes
[Amended 1-24-2012]
First 25 lamps, tubes or fraction thereof
$15
Each additional 25 or fraction thereof
$10
(1) 
Floodlights or lamps of 1,000 watts capacity each or over shall be considered as power units.
(2) 
Each cluster of floodlights consisting of lamps, each 1,000 watts or over, shall be considered as one power unit of sum of lamp wattage.
(3) 
Each neon type gas-tube lamp shall be counted as one unit.
Type
Fee
Application fee
[Added 10-10-2006]
Refrigeration/air conditioning up to 5 ton
[Added 12-14-2004; amended 10-10-2006; 1-24-2012]
$35
Interruptible service for A/C unit
[Added 9-27-2005]
$30
Air conditioner reconnect
[Added 1-24-2012]
$30
Wiring: windmill/solar array
[Added 1-24-2012]
$50
Furnace wiring/reconnect
[Added 12-14-2004; amended 10-10-2006; 1-24-2012]
$30
Standby generator (any occupancy)
0 to 30 total KW or KVA
$35
Over 30 total KW or KVA
$70
Motors of less than 1/4 HP on other than heating units
Based on the number of circuits
Electrical ranges, ovens, dryers and water heaters
First unit
[Amended 10-10-2006; 1-24-2012]
$25
Each additional unit
$5
Swimming pool, spa, hot tub
[Added 10-10-2006]
$30
Data, AV, Comm, CATV
[Added 10-10-2006]
$40
Feeders
[Amended 1-24-2012]
First 100 feet or less
$20
Each additional 100 feet
$10
Underfloor, raceways, headers for cellular floors, bus ducts, feeders, etc.
First 100 feet or less
$20
Each additional 100 feet
$10
Service
[Amended 9-27-2005; 1-24-2012]
100 amps or less
$25
100 to 400 amps
$35
401 amps to 600 amps
$45
Over 600 amps
$60
Service cable replacement (only)
$25
Temporary service up to 200 amps, plus charge of each circuit in use
$30
Temporary service over 200 amps
$50
Signs: (exterior, indoor window and outline tubing)
[Amended 10-10-2006; 1-24-2012]
Circuits (new or extended)
First circuit
$25
Each additional circuit
$10
Connections/reconnections
First sign
$25
Each additional sign
$10
Neon outline tubing
First 50 feet
$25
Each additional 50 feet
$10
Note: A connection permit will not be required for an approved indoor/window portable sign. Signs supplied with a flexible cord approved for this use and not over six feet in length and connected to a properly installed receptacle within six feet of sign.
Type
Fee
Sign tag inspection (A separate form shall be used for sign tag inspections.)
$100
Temporary wiring
Connections, displays, exhibits, etc., including lighting, motors and other electrical equipment:
Up to 100,000 square feet of display area
$40
Over 100,000 to 200,000
$80
Over 200,000 to 300,000
$110
Over 300,000 to 400,00
$150
Over 400,000
$175
Temporary outdoor lighting
$25
Temporary outdoor decorative displays
$25
Fire alarms
For any one permit for fire alarm systems (Permits for fire alarm systems shall be on a separate permit form listing only fire alarm items.)
Not less than $30
False alarms
First and second
No charge
Third and fourth
$25
Fifth and subsequent
$50
City pull box (game well), each box
$10
Drill and pull station
First station
$10
Each additional station
$5
Fire alarm signal devices (horn, bell or voice), each device
$5
Fire door holders and detector units, each
$5
Heat or smoke detectors, each detector
$5
House master panel, each panel
$20
Sub-panel annunciator, voice or sound signal, each panel
$10
Exitway door electrically unlocking system, each door
$10
Sprinkler system
Wet only, each
$15
Wet and dry, each
$25
Status indicator (elevators, dampers, etc.), each
$10
Alterations or additions to existing systems are considered new work, and the above fees apply to all items, old or new, on the system.
All existing systems being connected to the Roseville Fire Department Central System will be treated as new work.
Electric motors, circuits, fixtures, heater units, service changes, etc. will be charged at the rates established by this applicable fee schedule.
Inspection repairs
[Added 11-24-2009]
$30
E. 
Plumbing permit and registration fees:
Type
Fee
Commercial permit application fee
[Added 10-10-2006; amended 1-24-2012]
$50
Minimum permit fees
[Amended 2-10-2017]
$75
Underground special inspection
$25
Special inspection, work started early
[Amended 1-24-2012]
$60
Reinspection fee
[Amended 2-10-2017]
$30
Certificate of occupancy
[Amended 9-27-2005]
$50
Overtime inspections
Refer to overtime language in union contract.
Water distribution system
3/4”
[Amended 1-24-2012]
$15
1”
[Amended 1-24-2012]
$20
1 1/2”
[Amended 1-24-2012]
$25
2”
$30
2 1/2”
$40
3”
$50
4”
$55
Exceeding 4”
$60
Building storm drains and sewers
Up to 6”
$20
Up to 8”
$25
Up to 10”
$30
Up to 12”
$40
Up to 14”
$50
Fixtures
[Amended 12-14-2004]
First fixture or stack
[Amended 1-24-2012]
$30
Each additional fixture or stack
[Amended 1-24-2012]
$10
Baths
$5
Conductor, first
[Added 1-24-2012]
$30
Each additional
$10
Dishwashers
$5
Drinking fountains
$5
Floor drains
$5
Food waste grinders
$5
Humidifiers
$5
Interceptors (oil, sand, grease, etc.)
[Amended 1-24-2012]
$30
Laundry standpipes
$5
Laundry trays
$5
Lavatories
$5
Lift pumps
[Amended 1-24-2012]
$10
Medical gas bulk storage
[Added 9-27-2005; amended 1-24-2012]
$30
Roof sumps
[Added 1-24-2012]
$10
Shower traps
$5
Sinks (three-compartment/prep sink)
$15
Slop sinks
$5
Soda fountains, bars
$5
Specialty piping (medical gas, vacuum, air, etc.)
[Added 9-27-2005]
First 100 feet
$40
Additional 100 feet
$20
Sumps
$10
Urinals
$5
Vacuum pump, air compressor
[Added 9-27-2005; amended 1-24-2012]
$30
Water closet
$5
Water heaters
$30
Waste openings
$5
Water treatment devices
[Amended 1-24-2012]
$40
Special equipment (vending machines, commercial washers, dry cleaning machine, etc.)
[Amended 9-27-2005; 1-24-2012]
$30
Commercial laundry equipment (each)
$10
Each additional special equipment
$10
Crock to iron/fernco (building sewer connection)[3]
[Amended 11-26-2002]
$30
Backflow preventers
[Added 11-26-2002]
One-inch
[Amended 1-24-2012]
$30
Two-inch
[Amended 1-24-2012]
$35
Three-inch
$40
Over three-inch
$50
Underground (sub-soil, sanitary, storm)
[Added 12-14-2004]
Medical gas, vacuum, compressed air, etc.
First 100 feet
Each additional 100 feet
Vacuum pump, air compressor
Registration of contractor's license
[Added 12-14-2004[4]]
$10
[3]
Editor's Note: The fee entries for sprinkler heads, which immediately followed this entry, were repealed 1-24-2012.
[4]
Editor's Note: This entry replaced the former entries for registration of masters' license of journeyman.
F. 
Miscellaneous fees.
Type
Fee
Zoning Map
[Added 12-14-2004; amended 10-10-2006]
$10
Zoning Ordinance Book
[Amended 10-10-2006]
$18
Roseville Master Plan
[Added 11-27-2007]
$25

§ 133-7 City Clerk's office fees.

The administration fees shall be as follows:
Type
Fee
Clerk's office fees:[1]
Precinct map
[Added 12-14-2004; amended 10-10-2006]
$2.50
City of Roseville Annual Budget
$10
City of Roseville Audit
$10
Business license
[Amended 11-23-1999; 10-10-2006]
Annual
$25
After December 1
$12.50
Transfer of license
$5
Late fee, per month after June 1
$15
Xerox copies, per page for nonresidents
$1
Audio CD copies of Council meetings, per meeting
[Amended 10-10-2006; 11-24-2009; 1-24-2012]
$10
Freedom of information
First page
$2
Each additional page (hourly rate of lowest clerical person in office)
$0.25
Colored copies, per page
[Added 11-24-2009]
$0.50
Campaign aids
[Added 11-27-2007]
Voter labels
[Amended 11-24-2009; 1-24-2012]
$10 set-up plus $0.50 per label sheet
Voter printout
$10 set-up plus $0.03 per printed page
Voter information on CD/Disk
[Amended 11-24-2009; 1-24-2012]
$20
Notary fee, nonresident
[Added 11-24-2009; amended 1-24-2012]
$10
Gas stations and motor lubricants
[Amended 10-10-2006]
Yearly license
$25
Additional, first nozzle
[Amended 11-27-2007]
$7.50
Additional, each additional nozzle
[Amended 11-27-2007]
$3
Application to establish Industrial Development District and/or for industrial facilities exemption certificate
[Amended 8-14-2012]
$1,000
Application to establish Commercial Rehabilitation District and/or for commercial rehabilitation exemption certificate
[Added 8-14-2012]
$1,000
Going-out-of-business license
[Added 10-14-2003; amended 10-10-2006]
First application (for a period of 30 days)
$150
Renewals (30 days each)
First renewal
$75
Second renewal
$75[2]
[1]
Editor's Note: The former entry for the Roseville Code of Ordinances, which followed herein, was repealed 11-23-1999. The former entry for the Roseville Master Plan, which followed herein, was repealed 11-27-2007.
[2]
Editor’s Note: Film permit fees, added 7-14-2009, as amended, which immediately followed this fee, were moved to § 133-19, Office of City Manager, 6-24-2014.

§ 133-8 Engineering fees.

[Amended 11-23-1999; 10-9-2001]
Engineering fees shall be as follows:
Type
Fee
Sidewalk
Residential
$25
Commercial
$40
Plus $0.20 per foot over 100 feet
Approach
Residential
$25
Commercial
$50
Curb cut
Residential
$10
Commercial
$25
Road patch
$50
Note: For sidewalk, approach and curb cut, the permit fee includes the initial inspection and one reinspection. If additional inspections are required, they will be charged at the same rate as the initial permit fee.
Storm sewer
Residential
$50
Commercial
$100
Plus inspection escrow
Right-of-way permit
(bond required)
[Amended 10-10-2006]
$50
Inspection escrow (based upon work being performed)
[Added 10-10-2006]
$50/hour regular time; $80/hour overtime
Plan review (first two reviews)
[Amended 10-10-2006]
$500
Each additional review thereafter
$200
Plus $25 per acre after the third acre
$25
Note: The right-of-way will require restoration within 60 days, and if not complied with, the City will perform the restoration and obtain funds from the bond for the cost incurred.
Work completed without required permit and inspection will be charged at double the permit fee when the permit is obtained.
[Added 12-14-2004]
Garage and house grades:
[Added 12-14-2004; amended 1-24-2012]
Garage grade
$75
House grade
$100

§ 133-9 Fire Department fees.

The fees of the Fire Department shall be as follows:
A. 
Fire and ambulance reports:
[Amended 10-28-2014]
(1) 
Medical report (up to five pages), in person requests: $6.
(2) 
Medical report (up to five pages), mail requests: $23.42.
(3) 
Medical report additional pages: $1.
(4) 
Fire report (up to six pages): $6.
(5) 
Fire report additional pages: $1.
B. 
Reimbursement incidents involving persons operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcoholic beverages or operating while visually impaired: fire-fighting and rescue services as actually incurred pursuant to the terms of Article X of Chapter 340 of the Code of the City of Roseville or any successor ordinance as a result of accident and incidents involving persons operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcoholic beverages or while visually impaired, while using drugs or other provisions as set forth in said Article X of Chapter 340.
C. 
Hazardous material incidents: the actual costs for personnel, apparatus and other costs incurred by the Fire Department in responding to a hazardous material incident as otherwise provided for in Article I of Chapter 142 of the Code of the City or Roseville or any successor ordinance or amendment thereto.
D. 
Fire inspections.
[Added 11-26-2002; amended 10-10-2006; 10-28-2014; 2-10-2017
(1) 
Fire inspection: $25
(2) 
Fire reinspection: $80.
(3) 
Second reinspection and any additional inspections thereafter: $110.
(4) 
After hours, weekend and overtime/emergency inspections shall be charged at the cost of overtime incurred for the man hours expended.
E. 
Required witnessed certification test for restaurant suppression systems and commercial spray booth suppression systems.
[Added 11-26-2002; amended 2-10-2017
(1) 
First test: $25
(2) 
Second retest: $50.
(3) 
Third and additional retest: $100.
(4) 
After hours, weekend and overtime/emergency inspections:
[Added 10-10-2006]
(a) 
Any inspections made during other than normal working hours will be at the rate of 1 1/2 of times the rates indicated in Chapter 133, Fees.
(b) 
To cover the cost of man-hours for after hours, weekend and overtime/emergency inspections refer to overtime language in Fire Union contract.
F. 
Copies of fire investigation photographs.
[Added 11-26-2002; amended 12-14-2004; 11-24-2009; 10-28-2014]
(1) 
Eight-inch-by-ten-inch digital photo: $5 each.
(2) 
Digital photos (up to six per page) on eight-inch-by-ten-inch photo paper: $6.
G. 
Ambulance fees.
[Added 12-14-2004; amended 1-25-2005; 11-24-2009; 10-28-2014; 2-10-2017
(1) 
BLS: basic calls (requiring oxygen/transport only):
(a) 
BLS emergency: $540.
(b) 
BLS nonemergency: $425.
(2) 
ALS1: advanced calls with limited care (IVs/oxygen/monitor/dextrose/transport):
(a) 
ALS emergency: $660.
(b) 
ALS nonemergency: $600.
(3) 
ALS2: advanced calls with extensive care (invasive care/three medications): $800.
(4) 
BLS treatment/no transport: $397.
(5) 
ALS treatment/no transport: $425.
(6) 
Mileage: $14 per mile.
(7) 
Oxygen fee: $50.
(8) 
Extrication $600.
(9) 
Returned check fee: $45.
H. 
Sprinkler system and alarm system inspections.
[Added 10-10-2006; amended 2-10-2017]
(1) 
First inspection for final: $35.
(2) 
Second reinspection for final: $75.
(3) 
Third and additional reinspection: $100.
(4) 
Any inspection made during other than normal business hours will be at the rate of 1 1/2 times the rates indicated in Chapter 133, Fees.
I. 
Gas station (UL-1254) inspections.
[Added 10-10-2006; amended 2-10-2017]
(1) 
First inspection and/or annual inspection for final: $35.
(2) 
Second inspection for final: $75.
(3) 
Third and additional reinspection: $100.
(4) 
Any inspection made during other than normal business hours will be at the rate of 1 1/2 times the rates indicated in Chapter 133, Fees.
J. 
Special inspections.
[Added 10-10-2006]
(1) 
Investigations of work started or completed without obtaining proper plan reviews or required permits: $100.
(2) 
Any inspection made during other than normal business hours will be at the rate of 1 1/2 times the rates indicated in Chapter 133, Fees.
K. 
Hazardous materials.
[Added 11-24-2009]
(1) 
For businesses that use, store or generate below the specified quantity threshold: $100.
(2) 
For businesses that use, store or generate at or above the specified quantity threshold: $150.
(3) 
Late filing fees: $75.
L. 
False alarm fees.
[Added 10-28-2014]
(1) 
False alarms, first and second responses: no charge.
(2) 
False alarms, third and fourth responses: $50.
(3) 
False alarms, fifth and subsequent responses: $100.
M. 
Miscellaneous.
[Added 10-28-2014]
(1) 
Fire door drop inspections, per visit: $25.
(2) 
Special request fire inspection (i.e., occupancy changes, emergency plan review, fire drills, emergency drills, etc.): $50.
(3) 
Special tent and trailer inspections (i.e., carnivals, haunted houses, outdoor sales, band, other occupancies, etc.): $50.
(4) 
Special inspections for valid occupancy complaint and/or code violations, after hours: weekend and emergency inspection cost of overtime for the employee per union contract.
(5) 
Flash drive (MG) with digital pictures: $75.
(6) 
Fire administrative mailing/billing fee: $5.
[Added 2-10-2017]

§ 133-10 Information Services fees.

A. 
Fees for Information Services shall be as follows:
[Amended 11-26-2002; 11-27-2007]
(1) 
Data files: $74 each.

§ 133-11 Planning Commission fees. [1]

(Reserved)
[1]
Editor's Note: Former §§ 133-11, Library fees, and 133-12, Parks and Recreation Department fees, were repealed 11-9-1999 by Ord. No. 1128. This ordinance also renumbered §§ 113-13 through 133-20 as 133-11 through 133-18, respectively.

§ 133-12 Community Development Department fees.

[Amended 10-14-2003; 10-28-2014; 2-10-2017]
A. 
Industrial development district amendment fee (for industrial facilities tax exemptions certificate application), P.A. 198 of 1974, as amended): $1,000.
B. 
Commercial rehabilitation exemption district amendment fee, P.A. 210 of 2005: $500.
C. 
Commercial redevelopment certificate exemption application fee, P.A. 255 of 1978, as amended: $1,000.
D. 
Commercial redevelopment certificate district amendment fee, P.A. 255 of 1978, as amended: $500.

§ 133-13 Police Department fees.

Fees of the Police Department shall be as follows:
A. 
General fees.
Type
Fee
Accident reports
[Amended 1-24-2012]
$10
Incident reports
[Amended 10-10-2006; 11-24-2009; 1-24-2012]
First page through 10th page
$5
Per page after 10
$1
Fingerprint cards
[Amended 10-10-2006; 11-24-2009]
Roseville resident
[Amended 1-24-2012]
$15
Nonresident
$25
Records check
[Added 10-10-2006]
Roseville resident
[Amended 1-24-2012]
$7
Nonresident
$10
False alarm fees
[Amended 11-27-2007]
First two alarm runs
Free
Third alarm run
$25
Fourth alarm run
$50
Fifth alarm run
$75
Six or more
$100 each run
Gun purchase permit[1]
[Amended 11-27-2007; 9-1-2013]
$10 each
$20 notarized
Prisoner property release
[Added 9-1-2013]
$15
Vehicle impound release
[Added 9-1-2013]
$50
Court-ordered preliminary breath tests
[Amended 11-27-2007; 11-24-2009]
$10
Defective equipment inspection fees
Resident/Roseville ticket
[Amended 1-24-2012]
$5
Nonresident/other department tickets
$10
Animal (dog/cat)
Give-up fee
[Amended 3-27-2001; 12-14-2004; 10-10-2006; 1-24-2012; 9-1-2013]
$30/resident; $40/nonresident
Owner request to euthanize an animal
[Added 9-1-2013]
$100/resident; $125/nonresident
Ten-day quarantine of an animal
[Added 9-1-2013]
$225/resident; $250/nonresident
Five-day hold on stray animal
[Added 9-1-2013]
$100/resident; $125/nonresident
Dog released from truck
[Added 10-10-2006; amended 1-24-2012]
$20/with Roseville license; $30/not licensed; $40/nonresident
Animal trap deposit (14 days)
$20
Refunded when trap returned
[Added 12-14-2004]
$10
Trap not returned
[Added 12-14-2004; amended 1-24-2012]
$100/possible criminal charges
Impoundment with transport to local holding area
[Added 12-14-2004]
$20
Impoundment with return prior to transport to county or local holding area
[Added 12-14-2004]
$10
Photographic fee schedule
8 x 10 photos on a CD
[Amended 1-24-2012]
$15
Polaroids
$7.50
35mm black and white
$3
35mm color
$5
Polaroids copied (6 per sheet)[2]
$3
Videotape/DVD
[Amended 11-27-2007]
$45
Audio/video CD
[Amended 11-27-2007]
$35
[1]
Editor's Note: The former entry for gun purchase permits, copies, as amended, which immediately followed, was repealed 11-24-2009. The former entry for CCW application, which followed herein, was repealed 11-26-2002.
[2]
Editor's Note: The former entry for contact strip, which followed herein, was repealed 10-9-2001.
B. 
Licenses issued by Police Department.
License Type
Fee
Expiration
Date
Auction
$50
Good for 30 days
Auctioneer
[Amended 10-9-2001]
$20
Good for 30 days
Bicycle
[Amended 10-10-2006]
$1
Ownership of bicycle (Roseville resident only)
Carnival
[Amended 11-27-2007]
First 11 days
$400 + $1,000 bond
For 12th day
$50
Day 13 and onward
$25
Booths/concessions
First 11 days, each
$30
12th day
$10
Day 13 and onward
$5
Christmas tree lot and grave blankets
[Amended 4-28-1998 by Ord. No. 1109; 11-27-2007]
$100 + $500 escrow
12/31
Dog licenses
[Amended 3-27-2001; 12-14-2004; 10-10-2006]
Same as rabies vaccination expiration date
Spayed/neutered
[Amended 11-24-2009; 1-24-2012]
$5/1-year; $6/2-year; $7/3-year
Not spayed/neutered
[Amended 11-24-2009; 1-24-2012]
$13/1-year; $20/2-year; $27/3-year
Duplicate license, spayed/neutered
$5
Duplicate license, not spayed/neutered
$5
Animal (dog/cat)
Expired by more than 30 days
$10
Drive-in restaurant
[Amended 10-10-2006; 11-24-2009]
$40
5/1; $20 per month late fee after license due date
Fireworks sales
[Amended 10-9-2001; 11-27-2007; 1-24-2012]
$500
For period of sales, must have City business license
Handbill and bill posters
[Amended 11-24-2009]
For 1 year
$100
For 3 months
$50
For 1 week
$30
For 1 day
$20
Junkyard/used auto parts
[Amended 10-10-2006; 11-24-2009]
$150
5/1; $20 per month late fee after license due date
Kennel license
[Amended 12-14-2004; 10-10-2006]
$175
$20 per month late fee after license due date
Annual inspection
$25
LCC Investigations
[Amended 11-27-2007]
SDM/SDD
[Amended 1-24-2012]
$1,000
Class B, Class C or Private Club
[Amended 1-24-2012]
$1,500
Drop/add names of immediate family (mother, father, natural or adopted child, brother or sister)
$150
Pawnshops
[Amended 10-9-2001]
$500 annually
5/1
Parking lot/storage lot
[Amended 10-10-2006]
$50
5/1; $20 per month late fee after license due date
Precious metals and gems dealers
[Amended 10-9-2001; 10-10-2006]
$50 annually; $20 per month late fee after license due date
Must also get City license
Each employee
[Amended 11-24-2009; 1-24-2012]
$30 annually
Skating rink
[Amended 10-10-2006; 11-24-2009]
$50
1/15; $20 per month late fee after license due date
Solicitor/canvasser
[Amended 10-9-2001; 11-27-2007; 11-24-2009; 9-10-2013]
$200
2/1
Nonprofit and interstate
No fee
Must register with Department
Solicitor bond
$2,000
Transient merchant bond
$2,000
Tattoo parlor
[Amended 10-9-2001; 10-10-2006; 11-27-2007; 1-24-2012]
$250
2/1; $20 per month late fee after license due date
Each employee
$50 + physical
Therapeutic massage
[Amended 10-10-2006; 1-24-2012]
$250
2/1; $20 per month late fee after license due date
Massage therapist
[Amended 10-9-2001; 11-27-2007; 1-24-2012]
$50
2/1
Truck/trailer rental
[Amended 10-10-2006; 11-24-2009]
$50
5/1; $20 per month late fee after license due date
Used car/truck sales
[Amended 10-9-2001; 10-10-2006; 11-24-2009]
$50
5/1; $20 per month late fee after license due date
Valet/parking lot
[Amended 10-10-2006]
$100
12/31; $20 per month late fee after license due date
Catering
[Amended 10-9-2001; 10-10-2006]
Truck
$35
5/1 (must be inspected); $20 per month late fee after license due date
Truck driver
$20
5/1; $20 per month late fee after license due date
Helper
$5
5/1; $20 per month late fee after license due date
Ice cream sales
[Amended 10-9-2001; 10-10-2006]
Truck
$35 (must be inspected)
5/1; $20 per month late fee after license due date
Truck driver
$20
5/1; $20 per month late fee after license due date
Helper
$5
5/1; $20 per month late fee after license due date
Bike driver
$5
5/1; $20 per month late fee after license due date
Public vehicle driver
[Amended 10-9-2001; 10-10-2006; 11-24-2009]
$30
5/1; $20 per month late fee after license due date
Renewal
[Amended 11-24-2009]
$25
Taxicabs
Bond plates
[Amended 10-9-2001]
5/1 and 11/1 (pay annual fee in May)
Each cab
[Amended 1-24-2012]
$40
Original permit
$2
Renewal, each
$1
Meter rates
[Amended 5-23-2000 by Ord. No. 1138; 12-14-2004; 12-26-2007 by Ord. No. 1209; 2-22-2011 by Ord. No. 1240]
 Per mile
[Amended 7-22-2014 by Ord. No. 1268]
$2.70
 Waiting/traffic delay time
$36
 Flag throw
$3
 Flag throw surcharge: A surcharge fee of $0.90 shall be permitted to be added to the flag throw in the event, at the time of its biannual inspection, the cost of regular gasoline is $3.00 or greater per gallon as determined by the AAA Fuel Gage Data for the State of Michigan average. The surcharge shall last until the next biannual inspection, unless the rate of regular gasoline remains at or above $3.00 per gallon.
C. 
Vending and amusement devices.
[Amended 10-10-2006]
Type
Fee
Expiration
Date
Arcade
12/31; $20 per month late fee after license due date
Owner Type I
New
$500
$20 per month late fee after license due date
Renewal
$250
$20 per month late fee after license due date
Owner Type II
12/31; $20 per month late fee after license due date
Fewer than 4 amusement machines
$25
$20 per month late fee after license due date
Distributor
$100
12/31; $20 per month late fee after license due date
Machine tags
12/31; $20 per month late fee after license due date
Amusement
$50
$20 per month late fee after license due date
Musical
$5
$20 per month late fee after license due date
Vending
[Amended 1-24-2012]
$10
$20 per month late fee after license due date
Penny
$3
$20 per month late fee after license due date

§ 133-14 Department of Public Works fees.

The fees of the Department of Public Works shall be as follows:
A. 
Brush/chipper service fee: $70 per hour (minimum 1/2 hour charged: $35).
[Amended 10-10-2006]
B. 
Posted/noncomplying refuse and materials placed at curbside: property billed at the cost of collection and disposal at per hourly labor, equipment and disposal costs and charges from the hauler.
C. 
Residential street purchase and planting (Fall/Spring Program):
[Amended 10-10-2006]
(1) 
Actual cost of tree when purchased from nursery.
(2) 
When planted from DPW tree nursery: $75 per tree.
D. 
Right-of-way tree removal and replacement:
(1) 
Less than 24 inches DBH: $500.
[Amended 10-10-2006]
(2) 
Twenty-four inches DBH and greater: $650.
[Amended 10-10-2006]
E. 
Collection of posted/noncomplying refuse and materials placed curbside: property is billed the cost of collection and disposal as per hourly labor, equipment and disposal costs and charges.
F. 
Replacement recycling bin: $10.
[Amended 10-14-2003]
G. 
Split wood, 1/2 face cord: $20 (when available).
[Added 10-14-2003; amended 10-10-2006]

§ 133-15 Treasurer's office fees.

[Added 10-9-2001]
Fees of the Treasurer's Office shall be as follows:
A. 
Copies of tax bills or tax related documents: $2 per page.
B. 
Nonsufficient check fee: $40.
[Added 10-14-2003]

§ 133-16 Water and Sewer Department fees.

[Amended 12-21-1999]
The fees of the Water and Sewer Department shall be as follows:
A. 
Water installation charges.
(1) 
Tap charges.
[Amended 12-14-2004]
Tap Size
(inches)
Deposit
3/4
$2,500
1
$2,500
1 1/2
$2,500
2
$3,000
(2) 
All new construction will be charged a minimum fee of $50 for residential and $100 for commercial water usage.
(3) 
Meter charges are in addition to the above costs.
(4) 
All taps over 2 inches installed by contractor with inspection fee of $50 and meter costs.
B. 
Meter well conversions:
(1) 
Meter well conversion: $1,000.
[Amended 12-14-2004]
(2) 
Curb box replacement: $1,000.
[Amended 12-14-2004]
(3) 
Meter charges are in addition to above costs.
C. 
Sewer tapping fees.
(1) 
All sewer taps will be done by a contractor with an inspection fee of $50.
Sewer Connection Privilege
Size
(inches)
Fee
3/4
$250
1
$400
1 1/2
$750
2
$1,200
3
$2,250
4
$3,750
6
$7,500
8
$12,000
(2) 
Apartments, duplexes, multiple dwellings and trailer parks are charged $250 per unit.
(3) 
Hospitals, nursing homes or anything comparable shall be charged as follows:
(a) 
Each three lavatories shall be considered as one unit and charged at the rate of $250 per unit.
(b) 
Each complete bathroom shall be charged as a single unit at the rate of $250 per unit.
(4) 
Hotels and motels: $250 for each four units within the complex.
D. 
Security deposits. A minimum charge of $150 or two times the average quarterly billings, whichever is the greater amount.[1]
[1]
Editor's Note: Former Subsection E, Water and Sewer rates, which subsection immediately followed this subsection, was repealed 5-13-2003 by Ord. No. 1178. This ordinance also provided for the redesignation of former Subsections F through H as Subsections E through G, respectively.
E. 
Turn-on fee for delinquent water. There will be a turn-on fee of $40 for all water that has been turned off for nonpayment.
[Amended 1-24-2012]
F. 
Cleaning of sewers on private property.
(1) 
During regular working hours: $50.
(2) 
Nonworking hours, including nights, weekends or holidays: $200.
G. 
Fire hydrant permits: A refundable security deposit of $25 will be charged for use of fire hydrant hoses.
Plus cost of water, sewer treatment and local operating maintenance fee in effect at time of use will be charged based on cubic feet of water used. The minimum charge will be $50.
H. 
Water meter test: $50.
[Added 1-24-2012]
I. 
Water service disconnect for demolition:
[Added 1-24-2012]
(1) 
Residential: $250.
(2) 
Commercial or industrial: $500
(3) 
Sanitary sewer lead televising: $50.
(4) 
Red-tagged homes: $40.

§ 133-17 Zoning Board of Appeals fees.

(Reserved)

§ 133-18 Miscellaneous fees.

(Reserved)

§ 133-19 Office of Manager.

[Added 6-24-2014]
A. 
Film and video permit fees:
(1) 
One-day permit fee: $75, each additional day: $50.
(2) 
Street closure fee: $100 per hour.
(3) 
Parking lot fee: $100 per parking lot.
(4) 
Sidewalk usage fee: $15, and $10 each additional day.
(5) 
City services billed at current hourly rate.