Town of Barnstable, MA
Barnstable County
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
[HISTORY: Adopted by the Town Manager of the Town of Barnstable 11-12-2013. Amendments noted where applicable.]
Attachment 1 - HYCC Rink Pricing Schedule
[Amended 12-2-2015]
A. 
Sandy Neck.
(1) 
Annual ORV sticker:
(a) 
Resident: $85.
(b) 
Sandwich/resident: $145.
(c) 
Sandwich/nonresident.[1]
[1]
Editor's Note: No fee was provided.
(d) 
Nonresident: $160.
(2) 
Overnight camp:
(a) 
Resident: $8.
(b) 
Sandwich and nonresident: $16.
(c) 
All Chase vehicles: $8.
(3) 
Seasonal stickers:
(a) 
Resident: $25.
(b) 
Sandwich/resident: $35.
(c) 
Sandwich/nonresident.[2]
[2]
Editor's Note: No fee was provided.
(d) 
Nonresident: $50.
(4) 
Sandwich parking permit.[3]
[3]
Editor's Note: No fee was provided.
(5) 
Special permits:
(a) 
Campfire permit: $5 (new fee for public beach campfires only).
(6) 
Horses:
(a) 
Per horse/per ride fee: $20 (includes parking for truck and trailer).
B. 
HYCC.[4]
(1) 
Skate sharpening fees: $6.
[4]
Editor's Note: The HYCC Rink Pricing Schedule is included as an attachment to this chapter.
C. 
Barnstable Golf.
[Amended 12-2-2016; 12-6-2017]
(1) 
Annual pass holder fees:
(a) 
Resident annual pass: $970.
(b) 
Resident additional family member pass: $805.
(c) 
Resident Super Senior Pass 80+ (if you are 80+ by 12-31-2017): $500.
(d) 
Nonresident Super Senior Pass 80+: $965.
(e) 
Nonresident annual pass: $1,290.
(f) 
Young adult annual pass 18-30: $556.
(g) 
Annual junior to 17 years: $130.
(h) 
Annual student to 22 years: $260.
(2) 
Annual driving range pass fees:
(a) 
Pass holder: $235.
(b) 
Additional family pass holder: $180.
(c) 
Non-pass holder/public: $260.
(3) 
Handicap fees:
(a) 
Adult: $45.
(b) 
Junior: $10.
(4) 
Annual pass holder cart fees — Olde Barnstable Fairgrounds Golf Course:
(a) 
Pass holder 18 holes: $17/rider.
(b) 
Pass holder nine holes: $9/rider.
(c) 
Pass holder handicapped: $13/rider.
(d) 
Pass holder over 75 years 18 holes (upon 75th birthday): $15/rider.
(e) 
Pass holder over 75 years nine holes (upon 75th birthday): $7/rider.
(5) 
Annual pass holder cart fees - Hyannis Golf Course:
(a) 
Pass holder 18 holes: $15/rider.
(b) 
Pass holder nine holes: $8/rider.
(c) 
Pass holder handicapped: $13/rider.
(d) 
Pass holder over 75 years 18 holes (upon 75th birthday): $13/rider.
(e) 
Pass holder over 75 years nine holes (upon 75th birthday): $8/rider.
(6) 
Public greens fee rate changes:
(a) 
Olde Barnstable Fairgrounds Golf Course May 18 to September 3, Monday to Thursday, 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.: $65.
(b) 
Olde Barnstable Fairgrounds Golf Course September 4 to October 8 Friday, Saturday, Sunday 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.: $65.
(c) 
Resident Greens Fee OBF May 25 to September 3, Friday, Saturday, Sunday: $55.
(d) 
Hyannis Golf Course May 18 to September 3, Monday to Thursday 11:00 a.m. to twilight: $45.
(e) 
Hyannis Golf Course May 18 to October 8, Friday, Saturday, Sunday 11:00 a.m. to twilight: $55.
(f) 
Resident Greens Fee Hyannis May 25 to September 3, Friday, Saturday, Sunday: $50.
D. 
Senior services.
(1) 
Adult supportive day program daily fee:
(a) 
Up to 175% federal poverty level: $35.
(b) 
176% - 200% federal poverty level: $40.
(c) 
Over 200% federal poverty level: $48.
E. 
Marine and Environmental Affairs.
(1) 
Individual mooring permit: $90.
(2) 
Commercial/rental/secondary mooring permits: $175.
(3) 
Initial waiting list (new application): $25.
(4) 
Servicers license: $100.
(5) 
Mooring permit transfer (new): $25.
(6) 
Residential shellfish permit: $40.
(7) 
Senior residential shellfish permit: $30 (65 and older).
(8) 
Nonresident shellfish permit: $140.
(9) 
Seasonal shellfish permit: $70 (valid June 1 to August 31 for year issued).
(10) 
Commercial shellfish permit: $550.
(11) 
Senior commercial shellfish permit: $350 (65 and older).
(12) 
Aquaculture license (grants) application fee: $125.
(13) 
Aquaculture license waiting list: $10 (due yearly to maintain order on waitlist).
F. 
Recreation Division.
(1) 
All program fees: $5 increase across the board.
(2) 
Leisure program: $750.
(3) 
Beach stickers:
(a) 
Handicap sticker: $10.
(b) 
Replacement sticker: $5.
(c) 
Resident: $35.
(4) 
Daily public beach parking passes - weekdays: $20 (Veteran's, Kalmus, Keyes, Craigville and Sandy Neck).
(5) 
Daily public beach parking passes - weekends and holidays: $20 (Veteran's, Kalmus, Keyes, Craigville and Sandy Neck).
(6) 
Hathaway's Pond daily parking passes - weekdays: $10.
(7) 
Hathaway's Pond daily parking passes - weekends: $10.
(8) 
Resident taxpayer parking passes: $40 for all sites.
(9) 
Handicap parking passes: $15 for all sites.
(10) 
Landlord parking passes: $300 for all sites.
(11) 
Seasonal public beach parking passes: $250 (Veteran's, Kalmus, Keyes, Craigville and Sandy Neck).
(12) 
Weekly public beach parking passes: $70 (Veteran's, Kalmus, Keyes, Craigville and Sandy Neck).
G. 
Solid Waste Division:
(1) 
Resident sticker - first vehicle: $250 per year.
[Amended 3-13-2018; effective 7-1-2018]
(2) 
Replacement sticker.
[Added 4-14-2017, effective 7-1-2017]
(a) 
With old sticker: $5.
(b) 
Without old sticker: $5.
(3) 
Disposal of household trash.
[Added 4-14-2017, effective 7-1-2017]
(a) 
Without sticker: $20 per visit, with a limit of five 30-gallon bags; $4 per bag over five bags.
H. 
Olde Barnstable Fairgrounds Golf Course:
(1) 
Resident greens fees (carts not included):
(a) 
January 1 to April 30: $25.
(b) 
May 1 to 26 and September 6 to October 10: $35.
(c) 
May 27 to September 5 (Sunday - Thursday): $45 (before 2:00 p.m.).
(d) 
May 27 to September 5 (Sunday - Thursday): $40 (after 2:00 p.m.).
(e) 
October 11 to December 31: $25.
(2) 
Nonresident greens fees:
[Added 12-2-2016]
(a) 
January 1 to February 28: closed.
(b) 
March 1 to March 31: $40.
(c) 
April 1 to April 30: $45.
(d) 
May 1 to May 18, Monday through Thursday: $50.
(e) 
May 1 to May 18, Friday, Saturday, Sunday: $60.
(f) 
May 19 to September 3, daily: $72.
(g) 
May 19 to September 3, mid-day rate, 1-Twi (Sunday through Thursday): $52.
(h) 
September 4 to October 8, Monday through Thursday: $52.
(i) 
September 4 to October 8, Friday, Saturday, Sunday: $72.
(j) 
October 9 to October 31, daily: $45.
(k) 
November 1 to December 31, daily: $40.
(l) 
Twilight and early morning back-9: $30.
(m) 
Twilight and early morning back-9, May 26 to September 4, daily: $35.
(n) 
Replay rate: $30.
I. 
Hyannis Golf Course:
(1) 
Resident greens fees (carts not included):
(a) 
January 1 to April 30: $25.
(b) 
May 1 to 26 and September 6 to October 10: $30.
(c) 
May 27 to September 5 (Sunday - Thursday): $35 (before 2:00 p.m.).
(d) 
May 27 to September 5 (Sunday - Thursday): $30 (after 2:00 p.m.).
(e) 
October 11 to December 31: $25.
(2) 
Nonresident greens fees:
[Added 12-2-2016]
(a) 
January 1 to March 31, daily: $35.
(b) 
April 1 to April 30, daily: $40.
(c) 
May 1 to May 18, Monday through Thursday: $45.
(d) 
May 1 to May 18, Friday, Saturday, Sunday: $55.
(e) 
May 19 to September 3, Sunday through Thursday: $55.
[1] 
Mid-day rate, 1:00 p.m. until twilight: $45.
(f) 
May 19 to September 3, Friday, Saturday, Sunday until 1:00 p.m.: $64
[1] 
Mid-day rate, 1:00 p.m. until twilight: $54.
(g) 
September 4 to October 8; Monday through Thursday: $45.
(h) 
September 4 to October 8, Friday, Saturday, Sunday until 1:00 p.m.: $64.
[1] 
Mid-day rate, 1:00 p.m. until twilight: $54.
(i) 
October 9 to December 31, daily: $35.
(j) 
Twilight and early morning back-9 play: $30.
(k) 
Twilight and early morning back-9 play, May 26 to September 4: $35.
(l) 
Replay rate: $30.
J. 
Public cart fees, per rider, both courses:
[Added 12-2-2016]
(1) 
Cart fee, 18 holes: $21.
(2) 
Cart fee, nine holes: $11.
K. 
Miscellaneous fees, both courses:
[Added 12-2-2016]
(1) 
Range balls, large bucket: $8.
(2) 
Range balls, small bucket: $5.
(3) 
Rental clubs: $20.
(4) 
Pull cart, 18 holes: $5.
(5) 
Pull cart, nine holes: $3.
(6) 
Juniors 15 and under, noon to twilight daily: $25.
(7) 
Juniors twilight: $20.
(8) 
Juniors early morning back-9: $25.
(9) 
One-half hour golf lesson: $45.
(10) 
Active military personnel: 20% off daily greens fee.
L. 
Consumer Affairs.
[Added 4-14-2017]
(1) 
Use of Town property: $50 per event, per day.
[Amended 12-6-2017]
(a) 
Fourth of July vendor permit: $50.
(b) 
Use of Town property with beer and wine: $100 per event.
(2) 
Special event Town parking permit: $15 per vehicle per day.
M. 
Parking management and resources.
[Added 12-6-2017]
(1) 
Ocean Street lot parking permit:
(a) 
Abutting resident: $75 annually.
(b) 
Business: $75 annually.
(2) 
Student permits:
(a) 
Ocean Street lot: $50 per school year, $15 replacement.
(b) 
Social security lot: $50 per school year, $15 replacement.
(c) 
Red Cross lot: $50 per school year, $15 replacement.
(3) 
Armory Lot parking permit:
(a) 
Bismore businesses: $75 annually.
(4) 
Hyannis Main Street parking permit:
(a) 
Vendor/contractor
[1] 
November through March: $5 per day.
[2] 
April through October: $15 per day.
(5) 
Metered parking lot rates:
[Added 3-13-2018; effective 7-1-2018]
(a) 
Bismore Park, Ocean Street Lot:
[1] 
May 1 through October 4, Sunday to Saturday:
[a] 
For each of the first two hours: $2 per hour.
[b] 
Each hour thereafter: $3 per hour; maximum of six hours per day.
[2] 
October 15 through April 30, Sunday through Saturday: $1 per hour; maximum of 12 hours. No overnight parking.
(b) 
200 Main Street:
[1] 
Guest season: April 15 through September 7, Friday 5:00 p.m., through Sunday 10:00 p.m.: $1 per hour; maximum of 12 hours. No parking permitted from 2:00 a.m. to 6:00 a.m.
[2] 
Resident season: September 8 through April 14, Friday 5:00 p.m. through Sunday 10:00 p.m.: $5 per day. Overnight parking is allowed.
N. 
Gateway greeter program.
[Added 12-6-2017]
(1) 
Nonprofit cultural organizations: $100 per season.
(2) 
For-profit cultural organizations and businesses: $150 per season.
(3) 
For-profit businesses/attractions in Town of Barnstable: $200 per season.
O. 
GIS approved fees.
[Added 3-13-2018; effective 7-1-2018]
(1) 
Reprint of existing map or photo not susceptible to ordinary copying methods: any previously made map or photo reprinted as is. Price based on actual cost of reproduction (paper and ink).
Size
(inches)
Map Reprint
Photo Reprint
18 x 24
$0.50
$1
24 x 36
$1.00
$2
36 x 36
$1.75
$3
36 x 48
$2.25
$4
42 x 42
$2.25
$4
Length beyond 48
$0.75 per linear foot
$1 per linear foot
(2) 
Custom map or photo: creation of a new custom map or aerial photo. Price includes paper and ink plus up to 15 minutes of labor. Time beyond 15 minutes billed at $32 per hour in addition to price below.
Size
(inches)
Custom Map
Custom Photo
8.5 x 11
$2
$2
11 x 17
$4
$4
18 x 24
$8
$9
24 x 36
$9
$10
36 x 36
$10
$11
36 x 48
$11
$12
42 x 42
$11
$12
Length beyond 48
$0.75 per linear foot
$1 per linear foot
(3) 
Abutter list: includes printed list of abutter names and addresses; does not include map.
(a) 
Printed abutters list (does not include map): $8.
(b) 
Mailing labels: $1 per page of 30.
(c) 
Time beyond 15 minutes: $32 per hour.
(4) 
Custom data processing/analysis:
(a) 
Labor billed at $32 per hour.
(b) 
CD/DVD at $1 per disc.
(5) 
Custom map mailing fees:
(a) 
Mailing tube, postage and tube: $7.
(b) 
Manila envelope, postage and envelope: $2.
(c) 
Standard envelope, postage and envelope: $1.
[Added 3-13-2013; effective 7-1-2018]
A. 
Service fees for Fiscal Year 2019.
Services Provided
Fee
Field Services
Requested turn on or off
During normal working hours
$39
After normal working hours
$246.56
General labor rate
During normal working hours, plus materials
$101.44 per hour
After normal working hours, plus materials
$151.37 per hour
Hydrant meters, per day for every day used
$24.97
Labor to set hydrant meter, during normal working hours
$42.13
Labor to remove hydrant meter, during normal working hours
$42.13
Hydrant meter deposit; covers the cost of replacement of hydrant meter. Fee will be refunded in total if meter is returned undamaged; otherwise cost of repair or replacement will be deducted from deposit before return.
1-inch meter
$500
2-inch meter
$3,000
Cross connection tests
First device tested
$84.26
Each additional device at same location, per device
$49.93
Cross connection survey
No charge
Customer requested samples
Sample specific fee to recover cost
Frozen meter charges (cost of parts plus 15% and labor fee)
$101.44 plus parts
Meter test by customer request
If meter is correct (98.5% to 101.5% normal flow accuracy
$84.26
If meter is deficient, prorated billing reimbursement or additional charges will be billed.
No charge
Administration Services
Property transfer, real estate closing (field staff for final meter read; office staff to change customer account and fax paperwork to various entities)
$101.44
Demolition permit approval (field staff to shut-off at the curb stop and pull the meter; office staff to change customer account and send paperwork)
$101.44
Returned check fee
$42.13
Interest on late payments (Bills for water service and related charges are due and payable in 30 days.)
14%
Line backer (water service protection plan for residential customers)
$83.07
Hydrant fire flow tests, per set of hydrants; during working hours. Requestor of test must supply all needed equipment
$164.54
Construction inspections
Small jobs, during normal working hours
$42.13
Large jobs
Developer pays for construction inspection
New water meter and radio (Ownership is transferred to the Water System after the service activation.)
Cost is dependent on size of meter is the responsibility of the new customer
Labor to set new meter and radio, during normal working hours (Field staff to set and read the meter; office staff to set up customer account.)
$101.44
Meter set and radio, materials
Cost is dependent on size of service and meter
New sewer deduct meter and radio
Cost is dependent on size of meter and is the responsibility of the customer
Labor to set sewer deduct meter and radio, during normal working hours (Field staff to set and read the sewer deduct meter; office staff to set up customer account.)
$101.44
Sewer deduct meter set and radio, materials
Cost is dependent on size of service and meter
Design plan review and first resubmittal (covers initial review, comments and resubmittal)
$0
Repeat reviews (covers additional review of submittal from the third review on)
$4.68 per linear foot
New service system development charge
1-inch service line
$3,511.08
2-inch service line
$11,235.18
4-inch service line
$22,471.73
6-inch service line
$35,110.79
8-inch service line
$70,222.93
Tapping fee: a fee charged to tap into an existing water main for a new residential development water main; instead of multiple system development charges
$46,814.84
Tie-in for fire sprinkler service, per connection
1-inch line
$3,511.08
2-inch line
$11,235.18
4-inch line
$22,471.73
6-inch line
$35,110.79
8-inch line
$70,222.93
10-inch line
$112,355.89
12-inch line
$193,501.88
B. 
Water usage rates for Fiscal Year 2019.
(1) 
To set the rates based on our costs.
(2) 
To separately charge for public fire readiness by improved square footage of the building.
(3) 
To continue to charge separately for private fire protection by hydrant and fire sprinkler line size.
(4) 
To charge for customer service/meter maintenance by meter size.
(5) 
To continue the inclining block charges for residential usage and the fixed block charges for commercial usage.
(6) 
Monthly usage rates.
Monthly Usage Rates are per CCF (CCF = 100 cubic feet or 748 Gallons)
Approved Residential Rate per CCF
Approved Commercial Rate per CCF
0 to 6 CCF
0 to 4,488 gallons
$2.9222
$2.9720
6 to 20 CCF
4,488 to 14,960 gallons
$3.3562
$2.9720
Over 20 CCF
Over 14,960 gallons
$3.8071
$2.9720
(a) 
Wholesale rate is $2.7141 per CCF; approved is $2.9041.
(b) 
All rates, charges and fees are effective July 1, 2018.
(c) 
Water usage rates will be prorated for water used after July 1, 2018.
(7) 
Customer service charge: the cost of providing services such as metering, billing and account maintenance. These are fixed costs and are not affected by the actual amount of water you use.
Meter Size
(inches)
Monthly Service Charge
5/8
$12.91
3/4
$14.20
1
$32.24
1 1/2
$64.49
2
$103.18
3
$103.18
4
$103.18
6
$103.18
8
$103.18
10
$103.18
(8) 
Public fire readiness charge.
Improved Square Footage Block
Approved Monthly Charge
0 to 1,000
$1.07
1,001 to 2,000
$3.20
2,001 to 4,000
$6.39
4,001 to 10,000
$14.91
10,001 to 20,000
$31.95
20,001 to 40,000
$63.89
40,001 to 599,999
$0.00213 per square foot
600,000 and up
$1,392.84
(9) 
Private fire readiness charge.
Hydrant; Sprinkler Line
Approved Quarterly Fee
Private hydrant
$257.53
Fire sprinkler line
(inches)
4 or less
$92.06
6
$267.45
8
$569.94
10
$1,024.92
12
$1,655.54
[Added 3-13-2018; effective 7-1-2018]
A. 
Hyannis Water Pollution Control Facility.
(1) 
Residential rate: $5.19 per ccf (3% increase).
(2) 
Commercial 1 rate: $5.19 per ccf (3% increase).
(3) 
Commercial 2 rate: $5.78 per ccf (3% increase).
(4) 
Commercial 3 rate: $6.46 per ccf (3% increase).
(5) 
Fixture rate: $53.56 per fixture (3% increase).
(6) 
Minimum charge: $56.28 (3% increase).
(7) 
Septage rate: $0.105 per gallon (no change). (Note: Septage rate may be adjusted between the range of $0.09 to $0.115 per gallon as market conditions dictate.)
B. 
Marstons Mills Wastewater Treatment Plant.
(1) 
MMWWTP sewer rate: $14.96 per ccf (no change).
C. 
Red Lilly Pond Communal System.
(1) 
RLP flat rate: $864.60 per year (no change).