Township of Boonton, NJ
Morris County
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Table of Contents
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Township Committee of the Township of Boonton 8-12-1985 by Ord. No. 339; amended in its entirety 5-8-1989 by Ord. No. 405. Subsequent amendments noted where applicable.]
GENERAL REFERENCES
Alcoholic beverages — See Ch. 49.
Carnivals, fairs and exhibitions — See Ch. 58.
Uniform construction codes — See Ch. 62.
Dogs — See Ch. 71.
Explosives — See Ch. 79.
Fire prevention — See Ch. 88.
Gasoline stations — See Ch. 96.
Land use — See Ch. 102.
Peace and good order — See Ch. 112.
Sewers — See Ch. 121.
Streets and sidewalks — See Ch. 127.
Water — See Ch. 148.
Wayside stands — See Ch. 151.
Board of Health provisions — See Part III of the Code.

§ 82-1 Fee schedule established.

The following schedule of fees is hereby established with respect to the various licenses, permits and activities required under the provisions of Township ordinances. Applications for and the issuance of such licenses and permits and the business, activity or operation for which the license or permit is required shall be subject to all regulations set out in the ordinance governing the activity. Where a fee is determined by an entity other than the Township Committee, inclusion of the fee(s) in this schedule is in no way to be construed as a relinquishing by that entity of its prerogative under law to determine fees.
A. 
Fees applicable to Code provisions.
Chapter/Section of Code
Type of Fee
Amount
Ch. 47. Alarms/§ 47-4
[Added 2-15-1990 by Ord. No. 426; repealed 6-24-1996 by Ord. No. 541]
Ch. 49, Alcoholic Beverages/§ 49-9
[Amended 3-22-2004 by Ord. No. 674]
Plenary retail consumption license
$2,400
Plenary retail distribution license
$2,400
Ch. 58, Carnivals, Fairs and Exhibitions/§ 58-3
License fee
$50
Ch. 62, Construction Codes, Uniform/§ 62-7
[Amended 4-9-1990 by Ord. No. 428; 4-8-1991 by Ord. No. 450; 9-14-1998 by Ord. No. 579; 11-23-1998 by Ord. No. 585; 11-13-2006 by Ord. No. 731; 6-9-2008 by Ord. No. 757; 4-26-2010 by Ord. No. 773; 10-12-2010 by Ord. No. 784]
Plan review
The fee for plan review shall be 20% of the amount to be charged for the construction permit and shall be paid before the plans are reviewed. The amount paid for this fee shall be credited towards the amount of the fee to be charged for the construction permit and shall not be refundable.
Building subcode fees
New construction (including additions) for all use groups
Per cubic foot
$0.053
Subject to a minimum fee of:
For principal structure
$250
For accessory structure over 100 square feet
$50
Alterations/ renovations/ repairs
Per $1,000 of cost
$25
Subject to minimum fee of:
$50
Roofing or siding for R-5 structures
$100
Addition of open unroofed deck
Per $1,000 of cost
$25
Subject to a minimum fee of
$100
Combination of additions and alterations/renovations/repair or reconstruction
Shall be computed separately applying the sum of the above schedule; subject to the same minimum fee
Freestanding solid-fuel-burning devices
$75
Pools:
Private, above ground
$100
Private, below ground
$250
Public, less than 25,000 gallons' capacity
$300
Public, in excess of 25,000 gallons' capacity
$400
Temporary and all structures for which volume cannot be computed (i.e., tents, structural, towers):
Under 20 feet in height
$50
Exceeding 20 feet in height
$22 per $1,000 of cost
Plumbing subcode fees
Per fixture or stack except as elsewhere noted. (For the purpose of computing this fee, "fixtures" or "stacks" shall include but not be limited to lavatories, kitchen sinks, slop sinks, sinks, urinals, water closets, bathtubs, shower stalls, laundry tubs, floor drains, roof drains, drinking fountains, dishwashers, water heaters, clothes washers, or similar devices.)
$20
Special devices as listed herein
(grease interceptors, oil separators, water- and air-cooled air-conditioning or refrigeration units, public or private water or sewer utilities, steam and hot-water boilers, sewer ejectors, storm sewers, lawn sprinkler systems, reduced-pressure backflow preventers, gas piping, water conditioners, fuel oil piping.)
$75
For cross-connections and backflow preventers that are subject to testing, requiring reinspection annually, to witness the test for each device when they are tested
$50
Minimum plumbing subcode fee
$50
Electrical subcode fees
Outlets, including lighting, wall switches, fluorescent fixtures, convenience receptacles, detectors and electric motors or devices less than 1 horsepower or 1 kilowatt:
1 to 10 outlets
$50
Each additional 20 outlets or fraction of
$20
Service panels:
Each service panel of 100 amperes or less, including service conductors, feeders, switches, switchboards and panel boards
$50
Each one-hundred-ampere increment for each service panel of greater than 100 amperes of capacity up to 300 amperes
$75
Over 300 amperes per 100 amperes of capacity
$100
Each motor or electrical device of more than 1 horsepower or 1 kilowatt and each item listed: electric heater, hot-water heater, heat pump, oven, electric dryer, dishwasher, range, gas and oil heaters, surface units and air conditioner fan coil
$25
Air conditioner feeders and disconnects
$75
Pools:
Aboveground
$75
In-ground
$200
With spa, add
$40
Annunciator control panel
$20
Minimum electrical subcode fee
$50
Fire protection subcode fees
Sprinklers:
10 or fewer heads
$100
11 or more heads
$150 plus $1.50 for each additional head over 11 inches
Commercial kitchen hood or exhaust system with an approved suppression system
$200
Preengineered suppression systems, including CO2, Halon, foam, dry chemicals, and wet chemicals not involving a commercial kitchen hood
Smoke and/or heat detectors, hard wired only:
$200
6 or fewer units
$75
7 to 100 units
$150
101 to 150 units
$200
For over 150 units
$250, plus $3 for each additional unit over 150
Standpipes and/or sprinkler risers:
Each standpipe/ riser
$140
Gas- or oil-fired appliances not connected to the plumbing system, per unit
$80
Installation or removal of fuel storage tank:
Each tank from 1 to 1,000 gallons
$100
Each tank from 1,001 to 4,999 gallons
$150
Each tank 5,000 gallons or more
$200
Minimum fees:
Class 1 (HHS) construction
$200
Class 2 (ICS) construction
$100
Class 3 (RCS) construction
$50
Demolition; permit
Residential per principal structure
$300
Residential per accessory structure
$100
Commercial, per $1,000 of estimated cost
$20, with a minimum fee of $200
Elevators
As per N.J.A.C. 5:23-12 and fees as per N.J.A.C. 5:23-4.20
Signs
Advertising signs shall be computed on the basis of square footage of surface areas. Double-faced signs shall be computed on 1 side only.
Per square foot
$5
Minimum fee
$100
Temporary structures
The fee for all temporary structures (tents, air-supported structures, trailers, etc.), less than 90 days
$50
Renewal of permits
The same as for a new permit
Variation
The fee for an application for a variation in accordance with N.J.A.C. 5:23-2.10 shall be:
Class I structure
$400
Class II structure
$200
Class III structure
$50
Resubmission of an application for variation for a Class I structure
$125
Resubmission of an application for variation for a Class II structure
$35
Resubmission of an application for variation for a Class III structure
$35
Certificate of occupancy
New residential
$250
Addition and alterations
$100
Business
$200
Continued certificate of occupancy for all use groups
$200
Change of use certificate of occupancy
$200
Training fees
(New Jersey State permit surcharge fee)
In order to provide for the training, certification and technical support programs required by the New Jersey Uniform Construction Code, the Township shall collect a surcharge fee which shall be forwarded to the Department of Community Affairs of the State of New Jersey. This fee shall be as per N.J.A.C. 5:23-4.19 computed in accordance with N.J.A.C. 5:23-2.28.
Waiver of fees
The Township of Boonton waives all construction code fees for the following as per the State Uniform Construction Code Act, N.J.S.A. 52:27D-126:
Boonton Township Fire Department
Boonton Township Board of Education
All other applicants seeking to request waiver of construction fees must make application before the Township Committee.
All fees may be waived except for Department of Community Affairs surcharge fees.
Unlisted fees
Construction fees not specifically listed in this schedule shall be as per N.J.A.C. 5:23-4.20.
All fees shall be rounded to the nearest dollar.
Construction permit
The sum of the subcode fees
Ch. 71, Dogs/§ 71-3 (Board of Health)
[Amended 10-13-2009 by Ord. No. 769]
Dog license
Neutered or spayed dogs, per year
$12
Nonneutered or nonspayed dogs, per year
$15
Late fee
$15
Replacement tag
$0.50
Transfer tag for dog already currently licensed in another New Jersey municipality
$1
Ch. 79, Explosives/§ 79-4
Explosives or blasting permit
$10
Ch. 88, Fire Prevention/§§ 88-9 and 88-10
[Amended 6-26-89 by Ord. No. 409; 10-11-1999 by Ord. No. 604; 2-24-2003 by Ord. No. 661]
Fire prevention registration fees
Each use less than 4,999 square feet
$50
Each use 5,000 square feet to 9.999 square feet
$75
Each use 10,000 square feet to 11,999 square feet
$100
Each use 12,000 square feet and over
$200
Uniform Fire Code fees
Type 1
$35
Type 2
$138
Type 3
$276
Type 4
$414
There shall be no fee for Type 4 permits for storage or activity at a premises registered as a life-hazard use in accordance with Chapter 88.
Smoke detector compliance certificate:
Requests received more than 10 business days before the change of occupant
$35
Requests received four to 10 business days before the change of occupant
$70
Requests received fewer than four business days before the change of occupant
$125
For the third reinspection of a property after having failed the two prior inspections, an additional fee in the amount of
$35
Certificate of Fire Code status
$20
Ch. 96, Gasoline Stations/§ 96-3
License fee
$25
Ch. 102, Land Use/§§ 102-10 through 102-16, 102-45, 102-75, 102-100, 102-103.4 and 102-162[1], [2]
Ch. 112. Peace and Good Order § 112-4E(1), (3) and (4)
[Amended 5-10-2010 by Ord. No. 774]
Peddlers and solicitors permits
Administrative fee, per solicitor
$25
License fee
Day, per solicitor
$2
Week, per solicitor
$5
Month, per solicitor
$10
Year, per solicitor
$50
Badge deposit, per solicitor
$2
Ch. 121, Sewers/§§ 121-3B(1) and (2), 121-7A, 121-10A and B and 121-11A
[Last amended 12-14-2015 by Ord. No. 844]
Building sewer permit
Residential
Initial
$100
Renewal
$50
Commercial
Initial
$250
Renewal
$100
Sewer extension permit
$150
House connection fee
$1,500
Annual service charges:
Residential users/per unit
$396 per annum
Commercial users
$3.85/1,000 gallons based on prior billing year water consumption
Rockaway Valley School
$3.85/1,000 gallons based on number of students plus number of staff x 15 gpd x 180 days
Nursing Homes (Merry Heart)
$3.85/1,000 gallons based on number of patients plus number of staff x 15 gpd x 365 days
Victoria Mews
$3.85/1,000 gallons based on number of units x 125 gallons x 365 days
Inspection fees, per 70 feet or fraction thereof
Initial
$15
Reinspection
$15
Ch. 127, Streets and Sidewalks/§§ 127-7, 127-14B and 127-22
Street opening permit
$150
Street acceptance or vacation permit
$200
Driveway permit
$50
Ch. 148, Water, §§ 148-6, 148-8B, 148-9A and E, 148-10B, 148-13, 148-14B and 148-15
[Last amended 12-14-2015 by Ord. No. 844]
Connection fee per dwelling
$3,000 for the first 5 feet and $100 per foot thereafter, plus the cost of the meter
Fire standby service where premises is:
Less than 10,000 square feet
$500 annual fee
10,000 square feet or larger
$1,000 annual fee
Meter fee/purchase
$200
Meter installation for:
New homes, inspection
Remote read-out installed
$300
Replacement of out-of order meter
$400
Repair of meter leaks
$300
Reading of meter for closing
$25
Meter test
$25
Unscheduled meter reading
$50
Water services:
Turning service off or on between 6:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday, except holidays
$50
Turning service off or on weekends, holidays and between 4:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m., Monday through Friday
$100
Water consumption charges:
First 5,000 gallons
$102/quarter
5,000 gallons through 8,500 gallons
$1.46/1,000 gallons
8,500 gallons through 14,000 gallons
$18.36/1,000 gallons
14,000 gallons through 17,000 gallons
$19.91/1,000 gallons
17,000 gallons through 20,000 gallons
$20.76/1,000 gallons
20,000 gallons through 27,000 gallons
$21.66/1,000 gallons
In excess of 27,000 gallons
$23.38/1,000 gallons
Ch. 151, Wayside stands/§ 151-3A
License fee
$25
Ch. 163, Retail Food Establishments § 163-5 (Board of Health)
[Added 3-25-1996 by Ord. No. 535]
Retail food establishments
1,000 square feet and under
$50
1,001 to 5,000 square feet
$100
5,001 square feet or over
$150
Temporary food establishments (7 day maximum)
$15
Ice cream trucks (April 1 to September 30. inclusive)
$75
Mobile food establishments
$100
Vending machines (each)
$10
Restaurants
0 to 24 seat capacity
$50
25 to 74 seat capacity
$100
75 and over seat capacity
$150
Ch. 170, Sewage Disposal §§ 170-2B, 170-5C, 170-6, 170-7 and 170-9 (Board of Health)
[Amended 11-15-1990 by Ord. No. 444[3]; 5-21-2000 by Ord. No. 631; 11-25-2002 by Ord. No. 658; 3-10-2014 by Ord. No. 829]
Soil and permeability tests, witnessing fee
New construction per lot
$200
Alterations, per lot for up to 2 test holes
$100
Sanitary permit
New
$200
Alteration
$100
Renewal
$15
Repair
$50
Reinspection
$50
Administrative fee for independent soil testing (§ 170-5B)
$25
Review fee for application to connect to sewer of neighboring municipality
$500
(1)
Filing of applications and issuance of permits.
(a)
Filing of application and plans for issuance of permit to locate and construct a new water-supply system
$100 for initial one-year permit
$20 for annual renewal (No permit may be renewed more than four times)
(b)
Filing of application and plans for issuance of permit to alter existing water-supply system
$50 for initial one-year permit
$10 for annual renewal (No permit may be renewed more than four times)
(c)
Filing of application for and issuance of certificate of potability, except in connection with a new system or alteration to a system pursuant to Subsection A(1)(a) and (b) above
$35
Septic system plan review fees
New construction
$100
Alteration
$75
Rereview
$50
Alteration requiring Board of Health review
$150
Ch. 177, Water Systems, Public Noncommunity and Nonpublic, § 177-16 (Board of Health)
[Added 8-26-1996 by Ord. No. 536; amended 5-22-2000 by Ord. No. 608]
Review fee for installation of well for new construction, per lot
$150
Review fee for replacement of well for an existing structure, per lot
$50
[1]
Editor's Note: See § 82-1D for land use fees.
[2]
Editor's Note: See now §§ 102-10 through 102-16, 102-45, 102-75 and 102-101.
[3]
Editor's Note: These fees were also adopted 11-26-1990 by Board of Health Ord. No. 443.
B. 
Miscellaneous Board of Health fees.
[Amended 8-23-1993 by Ord. No. 486; 7-19-2004 by Ord. No. 683; 3-27-2006 by Ord. No. 717; 3-26-2007 by Ord. No. 738; 3-12-2012 by Ord. No. 804]
Type of Fee
Amount
Certified copy of a vital record
$10
Burial permit or removal permit
$1
Transit permit
$1
Marriage license
$28 ($25 to state, $3 to Township)
Registration fee for domestic partnership
$28 ($25 to state, $3 to Township)
Health clinic fees
Male cancer screening
$50 to $100*
Female cancer screening
$60 to $120*
Blood test (SMAC)
$40 to $80*
Influenza clinic
$25 to $50*
*The actual fee shall be established annually by resolution of the Board of Health within the range indicated.
C. 
Fees for copies of public documents and other fees.
[Amended 4-8-1991 by Ord. No. 450; 8-23-1993 by Ord. No. 485; 9-27-1999 by Ord. No. 601; 3-22-2004 by Ord. No. 674]
(1) 
Fees for copies of public documents. All persons seeking to inspect, examine or copy a public record of the Township shall make application in writing to the Township Clerk during regular business hours. The request shall be hand-delivered, mailed, transmitted electronically or otherwise conveyed to the Township Clerk. All requests for public records shall be as specific as possible, including the type of record and date created, if known. Copies of records may be obtained for the fee prescribed by law or regulation. If a fee is not prescribed by law or regulation, the fee shall be the fee set forth herein; provided, however, that where the actual cost for duplication of a record exceeds the rates below, the actual cost shall be imposed.
(a) 
Duplication of printed records.
[Amended 2-15-2005 by Ord. No. 690; 4-26-2010 by Ord. No. 773; 10-12-2010 by Ord. No. 784]
[1] 
Photocopied documents (general records, e-mail and press proofs, if available).
[a] 
All records in printed form, legal or letter size: $0.05 per page.
[2] 
Maps.
[a] 
Zoning Map: $5 per sheet.
[b] 
Street Map, 24 inches by 36 inches: $5 per sheet.
[c] 
Tax Maps, 24 inches by 36 inches: $5 per sheet.
[d] 
Other maps, 24 inches by 36 inches: $5 per sheet.
[e] 
Topographic map: $5 per sheet.
[f] 
Other maps, larger than 24 inches by 36 inches: actual cost of duplicating.
[g] 
Floodplain Map, 54 inches by 27 inches: $10 per sheet.
[h] 
Full set of Tax Maps: $125.
[3] 
Tax records.
[a] 
Duplicate tax, water and sewer bills, first: $5; each subsequent duplicate bill: $25.
[b] 
Duplicate tax sale certificate: $100.
[4] 
Police records.
[a] 
Copies of motor vehicle accident reports: As set forth in Subsection C(1)(a)[1] above.
[b] 
Incident verification letter: $5.
[c] 
Photographs: actual cost of duplicating.
[5] 
Pamphlets/reports.
[a] 
Master Plan: $25 each.
[b] 
Master Plan Reexamination Report: $25.
[c] 
Land Use/Zoning Ordinance (book): $50 each.
[6] 
Code for the Township of Boonton: $125.
(b) 
Electronic records.
[Amended 2-15-2005 by Ord. No. 690; 10-12-2010 by Ord. No. 784]
[1] 
Audiotape reproduction of public meeting: actual cost of duplicating.
[2] 
Conversion of paper record to electronic form or conversion of electronic files from one software product to another: actual cost of duplicating.
[3] 
Audiotape of police communications, tape, disk or CD: actual cost of duplicating.
[4] 
Copies of videotapes associated with court discovery: actual cost of duplicating.
[5] 
Computer-generated records: actual cost of duplicating.
[6] 
Records on disk or CD, CD-to-CD or disk-to-disk reproduction: actual cost of duplicating.
[7] 
Digital photographs: actual cost of duplicating.
(c) 
Special service charges.
[1] 
Where the nature, format, manner of collation or volume of printed matter is such that it cannot be reproduced by ordinary document-copying equipment in ordinary business size or where such record requires an extraordinary expenditure of time and effort to accommodate a request for inspection or copying of documents, a special service charge shall be imposed in addition to the actual costs of duplicating the record. A special service charge will also be applied when the custodian must change the medium in which the record is normally kept in order to comply with the request.
[2] 
The special service charge shall be paid to the Township of Boonton at the following rates:
[a] 
For all services performed by employees of the Township, the actual hourly rate of compensation for each clerical and supervisory employee performing the service, plus the copying or reproduction cost and actual mailing cost, when applicable.
[b] 
For all services performed by the Township's paid professional consultants, the rate paid by the Township for said services.
[c] 
The requestor shall have the opportunity to review and object to the special service charge prior to the production of documents.
(d) 
Postage will be added to the fee for records requested by mail.
(e) 
All fees must be paid prior to the release of any copies. The custodian of the records may require a deposit of all or part of the fee prior to copying or producing any documents for inspection where it is estimated that the records requested will cost in excess of $5 to reproduce.
(f) 
For reasons of security, the use of a floppy disk, CD, videotape or audiotape provided by the requestor is prohibited. All electronic reproduction materials shall be supplied by the Township of Boonton.
(g) 
If the request for access to a government record would substantially disrupt municipal operations, the custodian of the records may deny access to the record after attempting to reach a reasonable solution with the requestor that accommodates the interests of the requestor and the municipality.
(h) 
In the event that the requestor of the documents objects to any charges permitted by this subsection and no resolution of the objection may be reasonably accomplished, the custodian of records shall not incur any charges on behalf of the Township to fulfill the document request.
(i) 
Nothing in this subsection or any other ordinance of the Township shall be construed as requiring the Township of Boonton to furnish copies of any privileged documents or other documents which have been determined to be exempt from the requirements of the Open Public Records Act or otherwise nondisclosable in accordance with any provision of law.
(2) 
Other fees.
[Amended 3-13-2006 by Ord. No. 715; 3-27-2006 by Ord. No. 718; 2-11-2013 by Ord. No. 817]
Type of Fee
Fee
Municipal lien search pursuant to N.J.S.A. 54:5-11
$10
Annual continuation
$2
List of property owners pursuant to N.J.S.A. 40:55D-12c
$0.25 per name or $10, whichever is greater
Liquor permit (to state)
Civic, religious or educational organizations
$50
All other organization
$75
Raffle application, per application
Up to $1,000 value
$5
Over $1,000 value
$5 to Township and $5 to Legalized Games of Chance for each additional $1,000 of value
Transcript, per page
$2
Insufficient funds (returned check)
$10
Off-duty police officer
1 1/2 times the basic hourly rate of a senior patrolman, plus $5/hour administrative fee
Contract utilization of police vehicle
$100 per day, per car
Limousine license
$50 for the limousine service plus $10 for each limousine
D. 
Land use fees.
[Amended 11-13-1989 by Ord. No. 417]
(1) 
Filing fees. An application to the Planning Board or Zoning Board of Adjustment for an application for development shall be accompanied by a filing fee, which shall be used to defray the administrative costs of processing the application, as follows:
(a) 
Subdivisions.
[1] 
Concept plan: $250.
[Amended 9-27-1999 by Ord. No. 602]
[2] 
Minor subdivision, simple lot line change or resubdivision: $250.
[3] 
Minor subdivision, three lots or less: $250, plus $50 for each lot.
[4] 
Preliminary plat of a major subdivision: $500, plus $75 for each lot within the subdivision.
[5] 
Resubmission or extension of preliminary plat:
[a] 
Resubmission: 10% of the original preliminary application fee, but provided that it encompasses the same land as the original subdivision, and further provided that the resubmission is filed within six months of the date of the last Planning Board action on the previous submission or, if there was no Planning Board action, then within six months of the previous submission.
[b] 
Extension: 10% of the original preliminary application fee for each extension.
[6] 
Final plat of a major subdivision: $250, plus $60 for each lot within the subdivision.
[7] 
Final plat:
[Amended 8-27-1990 by Ord. No. 432]
[a] 
Resubmission: 10% of the original final application fee, if it encompasses the same land as the original final subdivision plat and provided that the resubmission is filed within three years of the preliminary approval of the Planning Board.
[b] 
Extension: 10% of the original final application fee for each such extension.
(b) 
Site plans.
[1] 
Concept plan: no charge, provided that the use proposed is a permitted use. A concept plan for a use not permitted in the zone in which the subject property of the concept plan is located shall be $1,000. This amount shall be credited toward review fees as specified in Subsection D(2)(b)[2][a].
[2] 
Preliminary conventional site plan.
[a] 
One hundred dollars per acre of lot area or fraction thereof, plus $100 for the first 1,000 square feet of floor area of any new building or alteration or addition to an existing building, plus $20 for each additional 1,000 square feet or fraction thereof of floor area. (NOTE: If the site plan involves only a portion of a site or is otherwise of a relatively minor nature, the filing fee shall be based on the site area impacted, as determined by the Township Engineer; provided however, that the minimum filing fee shall be based on an area not less than one acre and not less than 1,000 square feet of floor area of any new building or alteration or addition to an existing building.)
[Amended 2-26-1996 by Ord. No. 537]
[b] 
Wireless telecommunications installations.
[Added 8-21-2000 by Ord. No. 615]
[i] 
Wireless telecommunications installations where a new tower is proposed: $1,000.
[ii] 
Wireless telecommunications installations where a new tower is not proposed: $400.
[3] 
Preliminary site plan for multifamily housing development: $250, plus $20 per dwelling unit.
[4] 
Final site plan for multifamily housing development: $250, plus $20 per dwelling unit.
[5] 
Final conventional site plan: 75% of the fee required for preliminary conventional site plan, as set forth in Subsection D(1)(b)[2] above.
[6] 
Master site development plan for multiple principal uses:
[Amended 8-27-1990 by Ord. No. 432]
[a] 
For the initial plan submission, $5 per 1,000 square feet or part thereof of total building floor area located on the site.
[b] 
For a subsequent submission within six months of the original development plan, provided that the submission encompasses the same land as the original plan, $150, plus $2 per 1,000 square feet or part thereof of building floor area to be devoted to the use for which approval is sought.
[c] 
A subsequent submission after six months of the original development plan shall be treated as a new submission.
[7] 
(Reserved)[4]
[4]
Editor's Note: Former Subsection D(1)(b)(7), other nonresidential site plan, was repealed 2-26-1996 by Ord. No. 537.
[8] 
Amended applications:
[Amended 8-27-1990 by Ord. No. 432]
[a] 
No expansion of building or outside facilities: ($250.)
[b] 
If expansion of building or outside facilities, fees established for conventional site plans apply.
[9] 
(Reserved)[5]
[5]
Editor's Note: Former Subsection D(1)(b)[9], which dealt with minor site plans, was repealed 8-27-1990 by Ord. No. 432.
[10] 
For purposes of determining the site plan fee for conventional site plans, if only a portion of a property is to be developed and said property can be further subdivided under the requirements of this chapter, the lot area shall be construed to be an area which can be subdivided under the requirements of this chapter wherein all proposed buildings and improvements would meet all required zoning requirements, setback and yard requirements. When a site plan for a new building or structure or addition thereto does not involve off-street parking, traffic circulation or drainage facilities, the site plan filing fee, as it pertains to lot area, shall apply only to the ground floor area of the building or structure.
(c) 
Conditional uses, variances and appeals.
[1] 
Appeals from decision of a Building or Zoning Official pursuant to § 102-35A: $200 per meeting for hearing.
[2] 
Conditional uses: $400 per meeting for hearing.
[3] 
Interpretation of the Zoning Map or regulations or for decisions on other special questions pursuant to § 102-35B: $200.
[4] 
Variances, pursuant to § 102-35C, from lot area, lot dimensional setback and yard requirements: $200 per meeting for hearing.
[5] 
Variances from use regulations pursuant to § 102-35D: $500 per meeting for hearing.
[6] 
Direction pursuant to § 102-35F for issuance of a permit for building or structure in the bed of a mapped street or public drainageway, flood-control basin or public area reservation on an Official Map: $150.
[7] 
Direction pursuant to § 102-35G for issuance of a permit for a building or structure not related to a street: $150.
[8] 
The fees in Subsection D(1)(c)[1] through [6] inclusive above shall be in addition to any applicable fees in connection with a subdivision or site plan as provided herein.
[9] 
Appeals to the Township Committee pursuant to § 102-11: $300.
[10] 
Signs: $300 for an application for a variance to the Board of Adjustment for the erection or alteration of a temporary or permanent sign, and each renewal thereof shall constitute a new application.
(d) 
Simultaneous applications. If two or more applications are submitted for the same development. e.g., use variance and minor subdivision, the fee to be paid will be the sum of such fees, as set forth in the applicable section of the Township ordinances. The deposit required, pursuant to § 102-15B, shall be the highest of the review fee deposits established by the applicable section of the Township ordinances.
(2) 
Inspection and review fee deposits.
(a) 
Inspection fees for required improvements.
[1] 
Subdivisions. Prior to any inspection of improvements by the Township Engineer, the applicant shall deposit with the Township 5% of the cost of all construction of improvements, exclusive of buildings, as estimated by the Township Engineer. This charge shall be for the purpose of defraying the costs of inspections by the Township Engineer of the improvements required by the Planning Board/Board of Adjustment.
[Amended 2-26-1996 by Ord. No. 537]
[2] 
Site plans. The inspection fee for all required improvements for site plans shall be 2% of the total estimated cost of said improvements, with a minimum charge of $100. This inspection fee for required improvements on site plans does not include charges made under the Uniform Construction Code by the Construction Code Official or any subcode officials.[6]
[6]
Editor's Note: Former Subsection D(2)(a)[3], pertaining to environmental controls: soil and trees, which immediately followed this subsection, was repealed 7-18-2005 by Ord. No. 685.
(b) 
Review fee deposits. The initial deposit for review fees shall be in accordance with the following schedule:
[Amended 8-27-1990 by Ord. No. 432; 11-14-1994 by Ord. No. 508; 2-26-1996 by Ord. No. 537; 11-10-1997 by Ord. No. 559; 9-27-1999 by Ord. No. 602]
[1] 
Subdivisions.
[a] 
Concept plan: no fee.
[b] 
Minor subdivisions, including simple lot line change or resubdivision: $3,000.
[Amended 2-11-2008 by Ord. No. 749]
[c] 
(Reserved)
[d] 
Preliminary plat of a major subdivision: $3,000 plus $750 for each lot within the proposed subdivision. The escrow balance must be maintained at not less than $1,500.
[Amended 2-11-2008 by Ord. No. 749]
[e] 
Final plat of a major subdivision: $1,000 plus $50 for each lot within the final plat of the subdivision.
[f] 
An amount equal to an estimate by the Secretary of the Board as to any other costs associated with any application before the Board not covered by the application fee, including but not limited to transcript costs.
[2] 
Site plans.
[a] 
Concept plan: no fee.
[b] 
Preliminary conventional site plan (nonresidential): $2,000 plus $50 per 1,000 square feet of floor area.
[c] 
Preliminary site plan for multifamily housing development: $2,000 plus $100 per unit.
[d] 
Final site plan for multifamily housing development: $1,500 plus $25 per unit.
[e] 
Final conventional site plan: $1.500 plus $25 per 1,000 square feet of floor area.
[3] 
Zoning Board of Adjustment variance applications. A fee to be determined as follows:
[a] 
Variance applications submitted pursuant to N.J.S.A. 40:55D-70d and any ancillary development applications: an amount to be estimated by the Township Planner. Township Attorney. Township Engineer, Board Attorney and any other professional whose review is deemed necessary by the Board. The above named professionals shall submit an estimate of funds sufficient in amount to undertake the necessary reviews and findings of fact relative to the application within 14 days of receipt of a request from the Secretary of the Zoning Board.
[b] 
When the Zoning Board of Adjustment determines that expert consultants and/or other professional services beyond the scope of the expertise of the professionals normally utilized by the Township are necessary in connection with an application, the Secretary of the Board shall send one copy of the complete application to such expert consultant and/or professional whose services are deemed necessary by the Board. Within 14 days of receipt of the same, the professionals shall submit an estimate of funds sufficient in amount to undertake technical reviews and findings of fact relative to the application. The initial review fee deposit shall be equal to the estimate submitted by the professionals.
[c] 
An amount equal to an estimate by the Secretary of the Board as to any other costs associated with any application before the Board not covered by the application fee, including but not limited to transcript costs.
[4] 
Planning Board variance applications. For review of a variance requested in connection with an application to the Planning Board: $200 for each variance which is requested.
(3) 
Other fees.
(a) 
Governing body decision. A copy of the decision of the governing body to an interested party in connection with an appeal pursuant to § 102-11: $10.
(b) 
Publication of decision. Publication in a newspaper of a decision of the governing body on an appeal pursuant to § 102-11F: the cost of publication.
(c) 
Road opening permit: $50, plus $100 for each submission or resubmission.
(d) 
Certification of subdivision approval. Certification of subdivision approval or deed description pursuant to P.L. 1975, c. 291:[7] $30.
[7]
Editor's Note: See N.J.S.A. 40:55D-1 et seq.
(e) 
Zoning permit: $50.
(f) 
Release of two-year maintenance bond: the actual fee incurred to perform an inspection as certified by the Township Engineer.
(g) 
Tree protection and soil erosion and sediment control: a filing fee of $10 if a subdivision or site plan is not involved.
[Amended 7-18-2005 by Ord. No. 685]
(h) 
Soil removal permit.
[1] 
100 cubic yards or less: $100.
[2] 
More than 100 cubic yards: $100. plus $0.25 per cubic yard.
[3] 
Renewal: 10% of the original permit fee.
(i) 
Certificate of approval: $10.[8]
[8]
Editor's Note: Original Section C10 of Ord. No. 417, which section immediately followed this subsection, was repealed 8-27-1990 by Ord. No. 432.
(j) 
Lot grading plan review: a fee of $85 per hour for review by the Township Engineer, with a minimum fee of $85.
[Added 10-11-1993 by Ord. No. 488]
(k) 
Deer fencing permit: $50.
[Added 8-13-2012 by Ord. No. 812]
(l) 
Fence permit: $50.
[Added 8-13-2012 by Ord. No. 812]