City of Fall River, MA
Bristol County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the City Council of the City of Fall River 6-24-2008 by Ord. No. 2008-29 (Ch. A110 of the 1999 Revised Ordinances); last amended 10-24-2017 by Ord. No. 2017-24[1]. Subsequent amendments noted where applicable.]
[1]
Editor’s Note: Amended at time of adoption of Code (see Ch. 1, General Provisions).
Section
Fee
§ 2-208D, Fees charged by Department of Recreational Facilities and Cemeteries.
(1)
Permit for the use of a public park for a special event with attendance of 200 or more persons, per day
$125
(2)
Electrical hookups for special events, each
$60
(3)
Other commercial use, electrical fee, per night
$125
§ 2-453, Fees charged by City Clerk's office.
(1)
Filing and indexing assignment for the benefit of creditors
$15
(2)
Entering amendment of a record of the birth of an illegitimate child subsequently legitimized
$50
(3)
Correcting errors in a record of birth
$50
(4)
Furnishing certificate of a birth
$15
(5)
(Reserved)
(6)
Entering delayed record of birth
$50
(7)
Filing certificate of a person conducting business under a title other than his real name
$50
(8)
Filing by a person conducting business under any title other than his real name of statement of change of his residence, or of his discontinuance, retirement or withdrawal from or of a change of location of such business
$15
(9)
Furnishing certified copy of certificate of person conducting business under any title other than his real name or a statement by such person of his discontinuance, retirement or withdrawal from such business
$10
(10)
Recording the name and address of and the date and number of the certificate issued to a person registered for the practice of podiatry in the commonwealth
$25
(11)
Issuing and recording license for junk dealer
$175
(12)
Issuing and recording license for junk collector
$95
(13)
Correcting errors in a record of death
$50
(14)
Furnishing a certificate of death
$15
(15)
(Reserved)
(16)
Issuing and recording licenses for keepers of intelligence offices
$125
(17)
Issuing and recording pawnbroker's license
$100
(18)
Entering notice of intention of marriage and issuing certificates thereof
$40
(19)
Entering certificate of marriage filed by persons married out of the commonwealth
$50
(20)
Issuing certificate of marriage
$15
(21)
(Reserved)
(22)
Correcting errors in a record of marriage
$50
(23)
Recording power of attorney
$40
(24)
Recording certificate of registration granted to a person to engage in the practice of optometry or issuing a certified copy thereof
$25
(25)
Recording the name of the owner of a certificate of registration as a physician or osteopath in the commonwealth
$25
(26)
Recording order granting locations of poles, piers, abutments or conduits, or alterations or transfers thereof, and increase in the number of wires and cables or attachments under the provisions of MGL c. 166, § 22
$70
For each street or way included in such order, an additional
$30
(27)
Examining records or papers relating to birth, marriage or death upon the application of any person
The actual expense thereof, but not less than $15
(28)
Copying any manuscript or record pertaining to a birth, marriage or death
$6
(29)
Receiving and filing of a complete inventory of all items to be included in a closing-out sale, going-out-of-business sale, discontinuance-of-business sale, selling-out sale, liquidation sale, lost-our-lease sale, must-vacate sale, forced-out sale, or other designation of like meaning, per page
$8
(30)
Filing a copy of a written instrument of declaration of trust by the trustees of an association or trust, or any amendment thereof, as provided by MGL c. 182, § 2
$40
(31)
Recording deed of lot or plot in a public burial place or cemetery
$25
(32)
Recording any other documents:
a.
First page
$40
b.
Plus, for each additional page
$6
(33)
Each application for a permit to conduct a raffle or bazaar, which shall be retained by the City
$50
(34)
Processing fee for any service provided through the mail
$5
(35)
Zoning book
$25
§ 2-512, Municipal lien certificates.
(1)
Land less than one acre upon which there is not permanent structure
$50
(2)
Land upon which is situated no more than a single-family residence and outbuildings
$50
(3)
Land upon which is situated no more than a two-family residence and outbuildings
$50
(4)
Land upon which is situated no more than a three-family residence and outbuildings
$50
(5)
Land upon which is situated a residence for four or more families
$150
(6)
Land upon which is situated commercial, industrial or public utility structure
$100
(7)
Farms, forest land and all other real estate
$100
§ 2-574, Fees charged by Sealer of Weights and Measures.
(1)
Gas pump
$20
(2)
Grease pump
$15
(3)
Hawker and peddler
$70
(4)
Scale with capacity over 10,000 pounds
$190
(5)
Scale with capacity of 5,000 to 10,000 pounds
$125
(6)
Scale with capacity of 1,000 to 5,000 pounds
$60
(7)
Scale with capacity of 100 to 1,000 pounds
$40
(8)
Scales, balances of 10 to 100 pounds
$30
(9)
Scales, balances under 10 pounds
$20
(10)
Liquid capacity measure of capacity of more than 1 gallon and measures on pumps
$6
(11)
Liquid measuring meter, diameter 1/2 inch to 1 inch
$15
(12)
Liquid measuring meter, diameter over 1 inch:
Vehicle tank pump
$40
(13)
Vehicle tank gravity
$50
(14)
Bulk storage
$100
(15)
Bulk storage with cert. prover
$50
(16)
Taximeter
$25
(17)
Device to determine linear measurement or area
$15
(18)
Milk bottle or jars
$20
(19)
Vehicle tanks used in sale of commodities by liquid measure, per 100 gallons
$15
(20)
Separate tanks, same vehicle, each
$15
(21)
All weights and other measures
$3
(22)
Scales and balances:
a.
Any adjustment
$6
b.
Not sealed or condemned
$6
(23)
Liquid measuring devices:
a.
One-inch or less inlet:
1.
First 10 gallons
No charge
Every 5 gallons thereafter
$6
2.
Not sealed or condemned
$6
b.
One-inch to four-inch inlet:
1.
First 200 gallons
No charge
Every 100 gallons thereafter
$15
2.
Not sealed or condemned
$20
(24)
Reverse vending
$15
(25)
Scanner inspection fee:
a.
Fewer than 4 scanners
$95
b.
4 to 11 scanners
$190
c.
More than 11 scanners
$315
Section
Fee
§ 6-2, Registration and licenses.
A.
Substitute license/registration tag
$3
C.
Transfer license
$1
§ 6-4, License and kennel fees.
Dog licenses:
Neutered male dog
$10
Spayed female dog
$10
Unaltered male or female dog
$15
Kennel licenses:
5 dogs or fewer
$25
Over 5 dogs but not over 10 dogs
$50
Over 10 dogs but not over 25 dogs
$75
Domestic charitable corporation incorporated exclusively for the purpose of protecting animals from cruelty, neglect or abuse for the relief of suffering among animals
No charge
§ 6-7, Impoundment fee.
$25
Plus, for each day such animal is kept
$15
§ 6-17D, Disposal of deceased domestic animal
$50
Section
Fee
§ 10-38, Building permit fees.
(1)
Maintenance and renovations:
Up to $1,000
$46
From $1,001 up to $2,000
$52
From $2,001 up to $3,000
$58
From $3,001 up to $4,000
$64
From $4,001 up to $5,000
$70
From $5,001 up to $10,000
$75
$10,001 and above, without limit, per $1,000
$9
(2)
New construction:
Residential, per square foot, which includes basements and decks
$0.19
Commercial, per square foot all accessible areas
$0.22
(3)
Wood-burning stove
$31
(4)
Moving building
$250
(5)
Demolishing, each building
$125
(6)
Written zoning opinion
$37
(7)
Certificate of occupancy:
a.
Residential
$62
b.
Commercial
$125
(8)
Re-inspection
$37
(9)
Certificate of inspection for special use groups, state-mandated
$75
$137
Art. III, Div. 3, Vacant Building Registration and Fees
§ 10-97, Registration fees.
A.
Vacant building on a lot of less than 1/2 acre
(1)
Properties that have been vacant for less than one year
$500
(2)
Properties that have been vacant for one year or more but less than two years
$1,000
(3)
Properties that have been vacant for two years or more but less than three years
$2,000
(4)
Properties that have been vacant for three years or more
$3,000
B.
Vacant building on a lot of 1/2 acre or greater
(1)
Properties that have been vacant for less than one year
$1,000
(2)
Properties that have been vacant for one year or more but less than two years
$2,000
(3)
Properties that have been vacant for two years or more but less than three years
$4,000
(4)
Properties that have been vacant for three years or more
$6,000
§ 10-99, Appeal of vacant building registration fee
$50
§ 10-121, Plumbing and gas permit fees.
(1)
Plumbing permit fees (residential)
a.
Processing fee
$43
b.
Plus, per fixture/appurtenance
$12
(2)
Plumbing permit fees (commercial)
a.
Processing fee
$72
b.
Plus, per fixture/appurtenance
$14
(3)
Plumbing permit fees (industrial)
a.
Processing fee
$86
b.
Plus, per fixture/appurtenance
$17
(4)
Gas permit fees (residential):
1 to 199,000 Btu's
$43, plus $12 per appliance/item
200,000 to 299,000 Btu's
$65, plus $12 per appliance/item
300,000 to 399,000 Btu's
$86, plus $12 per appliance/item
400,000 to 499,000 Btu's
$108, plus $12 per appliance/item
500,000 to 599,000 Btu's
$130, plus $12 per appliance/item
600,000 to 699,000 Btu's
$151, plus $12 per appliance/item
700,000 to 799,000 Btu's
$173, plus $12 per appliance/item
800,000 to 899,000 Btu's
$194, plus $12 per appliance/item
900,000 to 1,000,000 No Btu's Limit
$216, plus $12 per appliance/item
(5)
Gas permit fee (commercial):
1 to 199,000 Btu's
$65, plus $14 per appliance/item
200,000 to 299,000 Btu's
$86, plus $14 per appliance/item
300,000 to 399,000 Btu's
$108, plus $14 per appliance/item
400,000 to 499,000 Btu's
$130, plus $14 per appliance/item
500,000 to 599,000 Btu's
$151, plus $14 per appliance/item
600,000 to 699,000 Btu's
$173, plus $14 per appliance/item
700,000 to 799,000 Btu's
$194, plus $14 per appliance/item
800,000 to 899,000 Btu's
$216, plus $14 per appliance/item
900,000 to 999,000 Btu's
$238, plus $14 per appliance/item
Over 999,000 Btu's
Add $22 for each 500,000 Btu's or ratio thereof, plus $14 per appliance/item
(6)
Gas permit fees (industrial):
1 to 199,000 Btu's
$ 72, plus $16 per appliance/item
200,000 to 299,000 Btu's
$101, plus $16 per appliance/item
300,000 to 399,000 Btu's
$122, plus $16 per appliance/item
400,000 to 499,000 Btu's
$144, plus $16 per appliance/item
500,000 to 599,000 Btu's
$173, plus $16 per appliance/item
600,000 to 699,000 Btu's
$194, plus $16 per appliance/item
700,000 to 799,000 Btu's
$216, plus $16 per appliance/item
800,000 to 899,000 Btu's
$238, plus $16 per appliance/item
900,000 to 999,000 Btu's
$266, plus $16 per appliance/item
Over 999,000 Btu's
Add $24 for each 500,000 Btu's or ratio thereof, plus $16 per appliance/item
(7)
Late filing fee; work is started without a permit/notice
Fee doubled
(8)
Re-inspection fee; work not ready, violations noted, test failure
$43
§ 10-176, Electrical permit fees.
(1)
Complete residential wiring, includes service, outlets, major appliances:
a.
With oil or gas burners and attached garage
$100
b.
With electric heat and attached garage
$119
(2)
Temporary service and meter work
$56
(3)
Garage, separate from home
$50
(4)
Major appliances, per unit
$37
(5)
Outlet, receptacles, switches, fixtures, old house, per rehab unit
$62
(6)
Increase or replace service
$62
(7)
Swimming pools, septic systems
$50
(8)
Fire alarms, burglar alarms
$37
(9)
Oil burner, gas burner or electric heat
$37
(10)
Annual permit
$312
(11)
Carnivals - concessions
$62
(12)
Commercial:
a.
Estimated cost of $1 to $3,000
$50
b.
Estimated cost, each additional $1,000
$5
(13)
Re-inspection, each
$31
(14)
Surcharge for commencing work without a permit
Fee doubled
Late application surcharge, per day
$62
Section
Fee
§ 14-6, Constables' credentials
$180
§ 14-91, Automatic amusement device license.
(1)
Annual fee
$125
§ 14-115, Pool room license.
(1)
One table
$75
(2)
Each additional table
$40
§ 14-117, Bowling alley license.
(1)
One alley
$75
(2)
Each additional alley
$40
§ 14-141, License for holding public entertainment on Sunday.
(1)
Single event license
$20
(2)
Annual license
$400
§ 14-316, Registration of hawkers and peddlers licensed by the Commonwealth Division of Standards, per year
$50
§ 14-319, Hawker's and peddler's license
$125
§ 14-432, Garage sale license
$20
§ 14-464, Auto body shop or auto repair shop, initial application and license
$200
§ 14-470, Auto body or auto repair shop license, transfer
$100
§ 14-471, Auto body shop or auto repair shop license, renewal (every 2 years)
$200
§ 14-531, Petroleum products license.
(1)
To manufacture, keep, store, use and/or sell petroleum products, inflammable or explosive materials or any of the articles named in MGL c. 148, § 9, the fee shall be as follows:
Not more than 50 gallons
$25
Not more than 100 gallons
$40
Not more than 200 gallons
$50
Not more than 250 gallons
$75
Not more than 1,000 gallons or 8,000 pounds
$100
Not more than 5,000 gallons or 40,000 pounds
$150
Not more than 10,000 gallons or 80,000 pounds (*WE NO LONGER LICENSE UNDER 15,000 gallons)
$190
Not more than 60,000 gallons or 480,000 pounds
$375
More than 60,000 gallons or 480,000 pounds
$375
Plus, for each additional 10,000 gallons or 80,000 pounds or fraction of either up to a maximum of 100,000 gallons or 800,000 pounds
$75
More than 100,000 gallons or 800,000 pounds
$375
Plus, for each additional 10,000 gallons or 80,000 pounds or fraction of either up to a maximum of 100,000 gallons or 800,000 pounds
$50
Maximum fee
$3,120
(2)
When the license covers gasoline or any other volatile inflammable fluid as described in MGL c. 148, § 9, to be stored or kept in the tanks of any motor vehicle which is in a building or other structure, the fees shall be as follows:
Not more than 5 vehicles
$15
Not more than 10 vehicles
$30
Not more than 20 vehicles
$50
Not more than 25 vehicles
$60
More than 25 vehicles
$190
§ 14-572, Radio and television repair license
$15
§ 14-623, Transient vendor's license
$190
§ 14-650, License for inn holders and common victuallers:
(1)
Annual license fee
$60
§ 14-655, Fortune tellers:
(1)
Annual license fee
$60
§ 14-660, Public lodging houses:
(1)
Annual license fee
$60
§ 14-666, Door-to-door sales:
(1)
Permit fee
$35
(2)
Deposit
$25
(3)
Permit extension, for each additional 30 days
$20
§ 14-703, Food vending push cart permit
$50
§ 14-707, Food vending push cart permit renewal
$50
Section
Fee
§ 22-71, Fire alarm permit.
(1)
Initial fire alarm tie-in
$375
(2)
Annual permit
$300
Section
Fee
Article III, Shopping Carts
§ 26-49, Impoundment fee
$25
Section
Fee
§ 30-35, Fees charged by Fire Department.
(1)
Review of building plans
$0.05 per square foot; $100 minimum
(2)
Review of plans and inspection of installation of self-service gas station
$100
(3)
Permit for storage of black powder
$60
(4)
Copies of report or record, each copy
$15
(5)
Permit to store hazardous material
$50
(6)
Permit to erect a tent
$50
(7)
Permit to fire a cannon or mortar
$50
(8)
Permit to store and use oxyacetylene tanks and torches
$50
(9)
Permit for a supervised display of fireworks
$60
(10)
Permit to conduct blasting
$60
(11)
Renewal of permit
$50
(12)
Permit to store flammable liquids, gases or solids
$50
(13)
Permit to install liquefied petroleum gas facility
$50
(14)
Permit to store liquefied petroleum gas
$50
(15)
Permit to install or alter an oil burner
$50
(16)
Tank truck inspection
$60
(17)
Permit for a tar kettle
$50
(18)
Permit for the storage of fuel oil
$50
(19)
Permit for the installation of a tank to contain flammable or combustible liquids
$200
(20)
Permit for the removal of a tank containing flammable or combustible liquids
$200
(21)
Registration of a tank containing flammable or combustible liquids
$60
(22)
Research done in conjunction with a site assessment under MGL c. 21E
$100
(23)
Permit for the keeping of certain metal waste containers
$50
(24)
Quarterly inspections mandated by MGL c. 148, § 26:
a.
Hospitals
$200
b.
All others
$100
(25)
Inspections for compliance with by MGL c. 148, § 26:
a.
One-unit houses
$50
b.
Two-unit houses
$100
c.
Three-unit to six-unit houses
$150
d.
Seven-unit or more houses
$500
e.
Re-inspection
Same as initial inspection
(26)
Permit to process hazardous material
$50
(27)
Permit to install fire-extinguishing equipment for commercial cooking
$50
(28)
Installation or removal of a fuel storage tank
$50
(29)
Fumigation and insecticidal fogging
$50
(30)
Liquor license inspection
$50
(31)
Rubbish containers greater than 6 cubic yards (dumpsters)
$25
(32)
Disconnect/Disable fire alarm or sprinkler system
$25
(33)
Unvented propane or natural-gas-fired space heaters
$50
(34)
Use, storage or handling of hazardous materials
$50
(35)
Storage of mulch, greater than 300 cubic yards
$50
(36)
An operation that uses or produces combustible dust
$50
(37)
Storage of fuel gases
$50
Section
Fee
§ 34-64, Recreational day camp license
$60
§ 34-131, Permit for removal and transportation of sanitary waste, per truck
$250
§ 34-314, Permit for site and sale of tobacco products
$125
Section
Fee
§ 42-1C, Registration of foreclosing residential properties
See Ch. 10, Art. III, Div. 3
Section
Fee
§ 46-11, Fingerprinting
$15
Section
Fee
§ 54-161, Cemetery fees.
(1)
Grave openings
$750
Saturday/Holiday
$1,125
(2)
Single graves (including opening)
$1,500
Saturday/Holiday
$1,875
(3)
Two-grave lots
$2,000
Four-grave lots
$4,000
(4)
Cremains
$350
Saturday/Holiday
$725
Cremation lot (4 cremations)
$500
(5)
Removals
$2,000
(6)
Welfare burials, single grave (no Saturday/holiday openings)
$750
Welfare buyback (for box and opening)
$800
(7)
Foundations — Government marker
$50
Foundations:
2' 2" x 10"
$180
3' 0" x 1' 2"
$195
4' 6" x 1' 4"
$220
5' 0"
$250
Flush granite markers:
12" x 16"
$115
24" x 12"
$135
16" x 24"
$145
(8)
Cemetery liners
$600
Section
Fee
Official City Bag.
(1)
30-gallon
$2
(2)
15-gallon
$1.25
(3)
8-gallon
$0.75
§ 62-36, Disposal of tires at municipal incinerator.
(1)
Automobile tires without rim
$3.50
Automobile tires with rim
$5
(2)
Truck tires without rim
$8.50
Truck tires with rim
$10
§ 62-37, Disposal of refrigerators and air conditioners at municipal incinerator
$13
§ 62-45, Permit for placement of large container in street, per day
$15
§ 62-46, Disposal of cathode ray tubes.
Computer monitors and TVs 27" and smaller
$10
TVs over 27"
$15
TVs, console models
$20
§ 62-47, Disposal of bulky items (per scheduled pick-up with a maximum of three items per $12 payment)
$12
Mattresses
$20
§ 62-49, Disposal of microwave ovens
$8
Other fees:
Propane tank over 20 pounds capacity or less
$3
Propane tank over 20 pounds
$4
Truck load 1/2-ton capacity (level load)
$20
Truck load 3/4-ton capacity (level load)
$30
Truck load 1-ton capacity (level load)
$40
All larger vehicles will need scale slip
$100
Construction and demolition debris, per ton
$100
Section
Fee
§ 66-64, Permit for removal of curbing for installation of private driveway
$125
§ 66-67, Permit for connection to a public street for installation of a private driveway
$125
§ 66-185, Construction or repair of private ways
(1)
Application fee for minor repairs
$45
(2)
Application fee for major repairs, construction or reconstruction
$315
§ 66-229, License for moving building
$125
§ 66-251, Permit for temporary closure of sidewalk (up to 14 days)
$100
§ 66-258, Permit for signs on right-of-way
$15
§ 66-320, Street excavation permit
(1)
Administrative charges
$60
(2)
Street opening inspection fee
$190
§ 66-441, Trench permit
$150
Section
Fee
§ 70-316, Removal of vehicle immobilization device
$40
§ 70-345, Parking meter fees:
30-minute zones
$0.25
1-hour zones
$0.50
2-hour zones
$1
[Amended 5-29-2018 by Ord. No. 2018-18; 5-29-2018 by Ord. No. 2018-19]
Section
Fee
§ 74-102, Fee for turning on water and/or sewer service after disconnection for violation of sewer regulations
$60
§ 74-113, Drainlayer's license
$250
§ 74-134, User charges for wastewater collection.
(1)
Residential accounts. For residential accounts (as determined by the Sewer Commission), $5.38 per 100 cubic feet, based on the metered water for the period billed, effective July 1, 2018.
(2)
Commercial and industrial establishments.
a.
For commercial and industrial establishment accounts (as determined by the Sewer Commission) billed on a quarterly basis, $5.38 per 100 cubic feet, based on the metered water for the period billed, effective July 1, 2018.
b.
For accounts classified as Fall River significant industrial users (as determined by the Sewer Commission), $2.53 per 100 cubic feet for the period billed, effective July 1, 2018.
(3)
Premises outside City. The rate for wastewater services charges shall be delineated within the intermunicipal agreement with the appropriate authority for the town (outside the City). Any such intermunicipal agreement must be approved by the City Council. All out-of-City customers receiving wastewater services supplied by the City of Fall River must pay a rate no less than comparable Fall River customers.
(4)
Unmetered accounts. For City accounts which are not metered by the City Water Department, charges shall be based on the number of persons residing on the premises as determined by the last previous street listing prepared in accordance with MGL c. 51 as follows, effective July 1, 2018:
Number of Persons
Cost Per Year
1
$177
2
$343
3
$515
4
$686
5
$858
6
$1,025
7
$1,196
8
$1,363
9
$1,534
10
$1,706
§ 74-134C, Commercial and industrial accounts subject to § 74-134C, per quarter
$500
§ 74-138, Failure to pay bill.
A.
Fee for resumption of sewer service after disconnection for nonpayment of bill
$60
B.
Service charge on unpaid bills for sewer service
$30
Service for fractional part of year
$30
§ 74-140. Stormwater fee.
Effective July 1, 2018, the equivalent residential unit (ERU) shall be defined 2,800 square feet of impervious area. Residential parcels (ERU) will be assessed: $176 per year, or $44 per quarter. All other developed parcels will be assessed, for each 2,800 square feet of impervious area rounded to the nearest 100 square feet: $176 per year or $44 per quarter.
§ 74-149, Stormwater management permits.
Application fee for projects less than 3 acres
$300
Application fee for projects from 3 acres to 10 acres
$600
Application fee for projects greater than 10 acres
$1,500
Resubmittal/Amendment filing fee
$100
Fees for professional peer review
Assessed on a case-by-case basis
§ 74-202, Infiltration and inflow reduction program
$1 per gallon of the projected sewer discharge flow as approved by the Sewer Division, up to a maximum of $25,000
§ 74-226, Disposal of waste from septic tanks or other waste receptacles.
Cost per 1,000 gallons
Fall River, residential
$45
Fall River, commercial
$66
Landfill leachate, all sources
$66
Out of town, residential
$66
Out of town, commercial
$66
§ 74-322, Turning on water service after disconnection for violation of water regulations
$95
§ 74-326, Turning on water service after disconnection for unnecessary waste of water
$95
§ 74-333, Turning water service on or off at request of customer
$45
§ 74-353, Rate for metered water.
The charge for water supplied by the City as measured by a water meter shall be as follows:
For water billed on or after July 1, 2018,per 100 cubic feet
$3.14
§ 74-354, Rate for metered water for customers outside City.
The rate for metered water customers outside the City shall be delineated with the intermunicipal agreement with the appropriate authority for the town (outside the City). Any such intermunicipal agreement must be approved by the City Council. All out-of-City customers receiving water supplied by the City of Fall River must pay a rate no less than the rate charged to Fall River customers.
§ 74-363, Failure to pay bill.
A.
Resumption of water service after disconnection for failure to pay bill
$60
B.
Service charge on unpaid bills for sewer service
$30
Service for fractional part of year
$30
§ 74-366, Base meter fee.
Meter size
5/8"
$14
3/4"
$14
1"
$16
1 1/2"
$30
2"
$50
3"
$150
4"
$200
6"
$300
8"
$400
10"
$500
Rates for metered water customers outside City. All out-of-City customers receiving water supplied by the City of Fall River will pay a rate not less than 70% higher than the rate charged to City of Fall River customers as established under § 74-353. This rate shall be $2.27 per 100 cubic feet for water billed on or after January 1, 2008.
Section
Fee
§ 78-66, Taxicab license, each vehicle
$60
§ 78-94, Taxicab driver's license
$20
Additional fee for temporary license
$15
§ 78-145, Private livery vehicle license, each vehicle
$60
§ 78-174, Private livery vehicle driver's license
$20
Section
Fee
§ 82-64, Boat launching ramp fees.
(a)
Noncommercial, daily
$5
(b)
Noncommercial, seasonal
$60
(c)
Commercial, daily
$30
(d)
Commercial, seasonal
$250
§ 82-71, Mooring fees.
(a)
Individual — noncommercial, yearly
Moorings in Battleship Cove
$150
Moorings outside Battleship Cove
$100
Moorings in Watuppa Pond
$50
(b)
Commercial or rental mooring, yearly
$55
(c)
Temporary mooring permit, per day
$35
(d)
Late fee after March 31
$50
(e)
Mooring waiting list
$25
(f)
Mooring transfer
$25
Section
Fee
§ 86-31, Rezoning applications.
(1)
Fee to be paid to Planning Board
$250
(2)
Fee to be paid to City Clerk
$250