Village of Mamaroneck, NY
Westchester County
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[Amended 10-10-2017[1]]
Update effective on adoption by the Board of Trustees.
Most recent adoption May 22, 2017
The following schedule of fees is hereby established with respect to licenses, permits and activities required or regulated under the provisions of various chapters of the Code of the Village of Mamaroneck. The Board of Trustees, by resolution, may increase or decrease any of the applicable fees. This schedule will be reviewed at least annually and approved by resolution of the Village Board of Trustees. Applications for and the issuance of such licenses and permits shall be subject to the provisions of the specific chapter of the Code which is indicated for each type of license or permit. The business, activity or operation for which the license or permit is required shall be subject to all regulations set forth in the chapter to which reference is made.
Chapter/Type of Application, License or Permit
Fee
Chapter 88, Alarm Devices and Systems
Alarm system permit, annual fee
$45
False alarm charges
First 3
4th through 10th, each
$125
11th or more, each
$600
Chapter 96, Amusements
Article I, Places of Amusement
Billiard or pool halls, annual license fee, per table
$65
Bowling alleys, annual license fee, per lane
$65
Circuses, per day
$1,250
Common shows, per day
$200
Park license, per day or event ("up to" fee)
$5,000
Shooting galleries
$600
Theaters, annual license fee
$125
Article II, Mechanical Amusement Devices
Operation of mechanical amusement devices, annual license fee per device
$175
Maintenance of premises containing mechanical amusement devices, annual license fee, per premises
$125
Chapter 100, Antennas
Article II, Satellite antennas
New satellite antenna erection, placement or construction
$125
Existing satellite antenna relocation, alteration, reconstruction or enlargement
$60
Chapter 106, Auctions and Auctioneers
Fee per day, or per event, whichever is greater
$125
Chapter 116, Bingo
Operation of games, per occasion
$125
Chapter 120, Blasting and/or Chipping
Blasting permit — permit issued per day
Same
Chipping permit — permit issued per day
$2,653
Chapter 126, Building Construction
Article I, Building Department and permits
See Art. II
Chapter 150, Dance Halls and Cabarets
Annual license
$240
Chapter 164, Electrical Standards and Permit Fees
Electrical job permit
$75 plus $16/each Additional $1,000 value
Chapter 178, Film Permits
Per day, per location, 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
$1,500
Per day, per location, early start or late finish, 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.
$1,500
Parking of vehicles on public roads related to filming operation, per vehicle space, per day
$20 per 20 feet of space
Chapter 182, Fire Prevention; Recodified into Chapter 126 Building Code
Fee
Article II, Places of Public Assembly
Annual fire prevention permit fee
$150
Article III, Hazardous Materials
Annual fire prevention permit fee
Flammable or combustible liquids (tank capacity, in water gallons)
0 to 20,000
$150
20,001 to 50,000
$400
Over 50,000
$650
Flammable solids (weight, in pounds), including explosives or ammunition of any kind
Each 1,000
$75
Compressed gases, including but not limited to welding gases (number of cylinders, in pounds)
Up to 10
$75
Per cylinder over 10
$5
Spray booths, dipping operations, lumberyards or woodworking shops, garages, fuel stations, repair operations, fuel pumping stations, body shops without spray operations, manufacture of organic coatings, furnaces and/or ovens, spraying operations including but not limited to fumigation or pesticides, etc.
Per facility
$150
Each additional class (if more than one operation)
$35
Chapter 186, Flood Damage Prevention
Floodplain development permit (fee merged into building permit)
 
Chapter 192, Freshwater and/or Tidal Wetlands
Permit application fee
$250
Chapter 200, Garbage, Rubbish and Refuse
Village transfer station deposition (volume)
0 to 4 cubic yards
$70
4 to 8 cubic yards
$140
8 to 12 cubic yards
$200
Enclosure and screening of trash containers, receptacles or dumpsters
Review and permit
$250
Renewal, every 3 years
$125
Chapter 240, Harbor and Watercraft
[Amended 9-12-2018]
Fee
Administrative fee for all new applicants
$40
Late fee for applications received after deadline
$50
Annual municipal dock permits
Dinghy (maximum length 12 feet)
Resident
$45
Resident senior
$310
Nonresident
$545
13 feet
Resident
$430
Resident senior
$330
Nonresident
$855
14 feet
Resident
$460
Resident senior
$355
Nonresident
$925
15 feet
Resident
$495
Resident senior
$390
Nonresident
$985
16 feet
Resident
$635
Resident senior
$490
Nonresident
$1,265
17 feet
Resident
$670
Resident senior
$520
Nonresident
$1,345
18 feet
Resident
$715
Resident senior
$520
Nonresident
$1,345
19 feet
Resident
$755
Resident senior
$590
Nonresident
$1,420
20 feet
Resident
$790
Resident senior
$610
Nonresident
$1,580
21 feet
Resident
$830
Resident senior
$650
Nonresident
$1,670
22 feet
Resident
$870
Resident senior
$675
Nonresident
$1,740
S-floats - 23 feet
Resident
$1,280
Resident senior
$1,025
Nonresident
$2,560
S-floats - 24 feet
Resident
$1,335
Resident senior
$1,070
Nonresident
$2,670
S-floats - 25 feet
Resident
$1,390
Resident senior
$1,120
Nonresident
$2,785
Issuance of replacement decal
$15
Exchange of permits
$15
Issuance of second parking permit
$40
Locker fee
Resident
$90
Nonresident
$120
Annual guest mooring space permits (maximum seven-day stay per)
Commercial marinas or commercial boatyards, per space, per season
$270
Yacht clubs, per space, per season
$270
Mooring tackle and buoy permits, annual administrative fees
Vessels moored offshore, per foot
$13
Issuance of replacement decal
$16
Exchange of permits
$11
Kayak rack fees
Resident, annual
$180
Nonresident, annual
$310
Ramp fees
Launch or haul, per launch or haul
$25
Daily parking and launch for kayak(s)
$10
Daily use of the ramp or beach, per kayak
Combined
Daily use of ramp and parking for car-top boats
$20
Daily use of ramp and parking for cars with trailers
$40
Seasonal use of ramp and parking for car-top boats
Resident
$110
Nonresident
$175
Seasonal use of ramp and parking for cars with trailer
Resident
$185
Nonresident
$260
NOTE: The ramp will be closed each year for the Firemen's Parade in July and the Antique Car Show in September.
Off-season storage of private floats in Inner Harbor, per linear foot
$5
Offshore service floats, per float, up to 400 square feet
$1,550
Work floats, per float, over 400 square feet, not to exceed 2,000 square feet
$3,335
Operator license, in addition to mooring or dock fees, for fishing, recreational or other commercial charter activities, calendar year
$2,430
NOTE: All season dock and ramp fees shall be prorated at August 1 (e.g., % months left in season X length of boat)
Chapter 226, Housing Standards, Recodified to Chapter 126
Rooming house license, per unit
$25
Chapter 234, Laundries and Dry Cleaning
Coin-operated laundry or dry cleaning, annual license fee, per machine
$50
Chapter 246, Motels
Number of housing or lodging units on premises
1 to 10, annual license fee
$250
11 to 49, annual license fee
$500
50 or more, annual license fee
$750
Variance application, filing fee
$75
Chapter 268, Peace and Good Order, § 268-1, Firearms and Fireworks
Fee per private event in the amount of
$2,500 + police expenses
Note: Liability insurance required at the minimum of $5,000,000
Chapter 274, Peddling and Soliciting
Annual license fee
Residents, plus cost of fingerprint background check
$200
Nonresidents, plus cost of fingerprint background check
$300
NOTE: Fingerprint background checks may or may not be required for one-time vendors, such as those applying to sell at fairs or carnivals, rather than for a full year, at the discretion of the Village Manager, upon consultation with the Police Chief.
Identification card replacement
$50
Chapter 278, Plumbing and Sewer Connection Fees
Plumbing and/or sewer work permit
$75 plus $16/each additional $1,000 in value
Chapter 285, Sidewalk Cafes
Annual permit fee, per square foot of public property
$5
Chapter 286, Signs
New sign erection, placement or painting
Permanent sign application
$75
Marquee annual inspection
$100
Temporary sign
$50
Chapter 296, Streets and Sidewalks
Fee
Article I, General Provisions
Curb cut permit
Per curb cut, up to 25 linear feet
$200
Per linear foot over 25
$1.50
Sidewalk repair permit
$200
Street opening permit
Per street opening, up to 25 square feet
$200
Per each additional 50 square feet
$30
NOTE: All curb, sidewalk and street permits require a bond of $500 per opening.
Chapter 308, Taxicabs
Annual taxi license, per vehicle
$300
Annual taxi driver's license, plus cost of fingerprint background check
Transferred to TLC
License transfer
Transferred to TLC
Chapter 316, Trapshooting
Permit fee, per day or per event
$175
Chapter 326, Vehicles and Traffic
Annual fee for issuance of decals for commuter areas (RR)
$525
Annual fee for issuance of decals for general areas (GP and GP-I)
$550
Annual fee for issuance of decals for overnight parking in permitted general parking areas known as "Hunter Lot," "Spencer Lot," "Prospect Lot" and "Johnson Lot" (ON)
$175
Annual fee for issuance of decals for parking in permitted general parking area known as "Regatta Area" (RP)
$260
Annual fee for issuance of decals for parking in permitted general parking area known as "Continental View Area" (CV)
$225
Annual fee for issuance of GP decal and an ON decal which are purchased at the same time for the same vehicle
$575
Annual fee for issuance of decals for nonresident commuter areas (NRR)
$900
Annual fee for issuance of decals for overnight parking for taxis in permitted general parking area known as "Spencer Lot"
$300
Annual fee for issuance of merchant parking permit, whether by sticker or permit tag, which may be issued to merchant or employee, for specific parking lot or on-street parking area
$550
Semi-annual fee for issuance of merchant parking permit, whether by sticker or permit tag, which may be issued to merchant or employee, for specific parking lot or on-street parking area
$325
Quarterly fee for issuance of merchant parking permit, whether by sticker or permit tag, which may be issued to merchant or employee, for specific parking lot or on-street parking area
$175
Replacement decal
$50
* Parking permits for less than a year will be prorated on a monthly basis. There will be no prorated refund on returned parking stickers.
Chapter 342, Zoning
Fee
Application for notice of appeal, interpretation or variance
1- or 2-family homes
$150
3- to 5-family homes
$225
All residential types other than 1- to 5-family homes
$425
Boat and boat trailer storage permit application
$150
Fence permit application
$150
Recreation fee in lieu of contribution of land, per unit or per lot created, whichever is the greater amount
$8,500
Sign variance and appeal applications
$225
Site plan review application
Residential development
Per housing unit
$300
Per parking space
$25
Nonresidential development
Per 1,000 square feet of nonresidential space
$125
Special permit applications (commercial/industrial)
$425
Special permit or variance, application for extension
$125
Subdivision application
Per lot, up to 2 lots
$250
Per lot, over 2 lots
$125
Wireless telecommunications facilities
Application fee
$550
Permit fee
Freestanding tower
$6,000
Applied facility
$2,500
Co-location
$2,500
Modification
$600
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Editor's Note: This resolution also provided that the amended fees for S-floats shall be in effect for the 2018 boating season.