Borough of Edgewater, NJ
Bergen County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Board of Health of the Borough of Edgewater 10-27-2003 by Ord. No. 2003-4 (Ch. 261 of the 1975 Code). Amendments noted where applicable.]
Dogs — See Ch. 129, Art. I.
Swimming pools — See Ch. 386.
Vending machines — See Ch. 438, Art. I.
Animals; cat licensing — See Ch. 454.
Barbershops, beauty parlors, tanning salons and nail salons — See Ch. 460.
Food handling establishments — See Ch. 483, Art. I.
Food and beverage vending machines — See Ch. 483, Art. II.
Vehicles used to handle foods — See Ch. 483, Art. III.
Laundromats and dry cleaners — See Ch. 490.
Massage operators — See Ch. 494.
Pet shops, kennels, shelters and pounds — See Ch. 512.
Swimming pools — See Ch. 535.
The purpose of this chapter is to establish a fee schedule for establishments, activities and items monitored or administered by or otherwise within the purview of the Board of Health.
All the fees required to be paid, or paid under the terms hereof, are intended to be annual fees, but, when paid, shall cover only the balance of the calendar year during which the same are so paid or payable, unless otherwise herein provided.
[Amended 6-26-2006 by Ord. No. 2006-1; 9-20-2010 by Ord. No. 1439-2010; 6-25-2012 by Ord. No. 2012-2; 5-28-2013 by Ord. No. 2013-7; 10-27-2014 by Ord. No. 2014-1]; 3-27-2017 by Ord. No. 2017-1; 3-26-2018 by Ord. No. 2018-1]
The annual fees for licenses referred to in this Code, as issued by the Health Department, are as follows:
Beauty salon
Body art establishment
Cat license
Dog license
Dog license (nonspayed or nonneutered)
Dry cleaners
Food and beverage vending machines
Massage establishment
Mobile food vendor
Nail salons
Nursery school (nonpublic)
Pet shop
Plan review
Swimming pool
Tanning salon
Food establishments
Meat market
Poultry market
Fish market
Fruit market
Vegetable market
Grocery store
Public food market (or similar places in which food or drink is prepared for sale or for service on the premises or elsewhere and any other establishment or operation where food is served, handled, sold or provided for the public in either packaged or unpackaged, prepared or unprepared form, except for those establishments which are enumerated under the category "Restaurants")
$125 for each establishment with less than 5 employees;
$150, for each establishment with less than 10 but more than 4 employees;
$175, for each establishment with less than 20 but more than 9 employees;
$300 for each establishment with less than 25 but more than 19 employees;
$350 for each establishment with 25 or more employees;
Coffee shop
Short order cafe
Sandwich stands
Catering kitchens
$125 for each premises or establishment with less than 25 persons;
$175 for each premises or establishment with more than 24 but less than 50 persons;
$300 for each premises or establishment with capacity of 50 or more persons
Farmers' market
Temporary event
Vital statistics
Marriage license
Marriage certificate (certified copy, each)
Birth certificate (certified copy, each)
Death certificate (certified copy, each)
Corrections to marriage, birth or death certificates
Certifications of marriage, birth or death certificates
Removal, burial or transit permits
Photocopies, each
Nonresident adult vaccination program
Per vaccination for single-dose injections (excluding flu)
Additional vaccination for multidose vaccines requiring a series of injections
Per vaccination for single-dose intranasal or oral vaccine
Per vaccination for each additional multi-dose intranasal or oral dose vaccine
Per mantoux test for tuberculosis
[Added 6-26-2004 by Ord. No. 2006-1]
All licenses listed in § 479-3 must be renewed by January 31 of the licensing year. For any license received after the 31st of January, a ten-dollar late fee will be imposed for each month the license renewal is not received.