Borough of Midland Park, NJ
Bergen County
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§ 2-33.1. Municipal Fees Established.
[Ord. #823, §§ 12, 18; Ord. #37-89, §§ 12, 18; New; Ord. #1-91, §§ 12, 18; Ord. #8-92, §§ 12, 18; Ord. #26-92, §§ 12, 18; Ord. #5-95, § 1; Ord. #17-95, § 1; Ord. #4-98, §§ 1, 2; Ord. #7-98, §§ 1, 2; Ord. #15-00, §§ 1, 2; Ord. #10-02, § 1; Ord. #01-04, § 1; Ord. #04-04, § 1; Ord. #08-07, § 1; Ord. #03-09; 3-22-2018 by Ord. No. 09-18; 9-5-2018 by Ord. No. 23-18]
Documents. The fees and charges for the provisions of copies of documents shall be as follows:
Borough street map
$2
Zoning booklet
$30
Master plan book
As per current Open Public Records Act fees.
Tax documents
Duplicate tax bill
$5
Discharge of Tax Sale Certificate
$100
Photocopies of official documents
1-10 pages, (each page)
$0.75
11-20 pages, (each page)
$0.50
All pages over 20 pages, (each page)
$0.25
Transcript processing fee
$100
Certification of taxes paid (Tax Collector)
Less than 3 years
$10
3 years and prior (per year)
$10
Verification of taxes paid (current year)
$10
Computer property tax payment record
$3
Notary Public fee per page (no charge to Midland Park residents)
$1
For certifying any public record such as ordinances, resolutions, minutes and other public documents
$1
Research by Borough employees for Borough Records (Per hour, minimum one (1) hour)
$40
Rates for emergency/hazard conditions - or after formal notice has been issued
DPW laborer (One (1) hour minimum during regular hours. Two (2) hour minimum after hours) per person
$35
Vehicle charge (One (1) hour minimum)
$25
Miscellaneous Services. The fees and charges for the temporary use of Borough facilities and for services of Borough employees shall be as follows:
Police:
Escorts
$25
Photocopies of accident reports,
1-10 pages (each page)
$0.50
Over 10 pages
$0.25
Minimum fee (walk-ins)
$2
Minimum fee (mailed)
$5
Fingerprinting (per set)
$10
Traffic control reimbursements from contractors
$90 per hour
Vehicle use
$25 per shift
Copies of video/audio tapes (per tape)
$25
Mailing of video/audio tapes (per tape) or DVD (per DVD)
$5
Photographs (each)
$1
Copies of DVD (per DVD)
$2.65
Recreational Programs:
Summer Recreation Camp
First child
$65
Second child
$50
Third child
$40
Maximum per week per family
$150
Summer Camp Tennis
Per child, per week
$10
Maximum per week, per family
$20
Spring/Fall Tennis
Participant fees (4 week program)
Per child
$40
Maximum per family
$70
Participant fees (5 week program)
Per child
$50
Maximum per family
$80
Participant fees (6 week program)
Per child
$60
Maximum per family
$90
Pre-School Club
Per child
$20
Maximum per family
$25
Games Galore
Per child
$20
Maximum per family
$25
Cooking Class
Class registration fee
$35
Me & My Shadow
Per child
$20
Self Defense Program
Per child
$40
School Break Program
Material fee range
$5 - $10
Bowling Club
Per child
$5
Theater Program
Per child
$35
Maximum per family
$50
Use of Municipal Social Hall at Firehouse Complex:
Resident/Business Resident/Nonprofit
$150
Security/Cleanup fee (refundable)
$200
Vendor Security Deposit (refundable)
$200
Monitor Fee
$100
Nonresident
$400
Security/Clean up fee (refundable)
$200
Vendor Security Deposit (refundable)
$200
Monitor Fee
$100
Employee/Volunteer/Quasi-Organization
$0
Security/Clean up fee (refundable)
$200
Vendor Security Deposit (refundable)
$200
Monitor Fee
$100
Official Borough function
N/C
The fee for an approved list of groups may be waived up to once each calendar year upon application to the Mayor and Council in accordance with a policy set by resolution of the Council which can be amended from time to time.
Recycling registration fee for commercial and institutional establishments
$25
§ 2-33.2. Surcharge for Returned Checks.
[Ord. #13-90, § 1]
Surcharge for a returned check
$20
[Ord. #08-07, § 2]
Fees for Chapter 3, Police Regulations, is hereby amended to add the following:
Digital Photo CD (copies)
$10
Color photo prints per page
$1
Fee per hour for private duty use of a patrol car
$15
§ 3-12.4. Registration (Vending Machines).
[Ord. #03-09]
Each newspaper vending machine, shall be registered through the office of the Borough Clerk on an annual basis. The registration shall be in writing and on an approved form to be provided by the Borough Clerk. The following information shall be given, along with a check in the amount of one hundred twenty ($120) dollars (annual fee).
§ 4-1.3. Application for Certificate of Registration (Canvassing and Soliciting).
[Ord. #37-89, § 7; Ord. #1-91, § 7; Ord. #8-92, § 7; Ord. #26-92, § 7]
The fees and charges required under the Code of the Borough of Midland Park and Ordinance No. 4-92 entitled Canvassing and Soliciting shall be as follows:
A fee of
$75
The fee shall accompany the application for the use of the Borough to defray the cost of investigation, fingerprinting, processing and issuing said permit.
§ 4-2.2. License Required Fee (Secondhand Dealer).
[Ord. #682; 1973 Code § 91-2]
License fee
$100
§ 4-3.5. License Fees (Automotive Sales).
[Ord. #37-89, § 5; Ord. #1-91, § 5; Ord. #8-92, § 5; Ord. #26-92, § 5]
The fees and charges required under the Code of the Borough of Midland Park entitled Automotive Sales shall be as follows:
Every person, firm, partnership or corporation engaged in the business of new or used car dealer shall pay a license fee of
$500
Such license fee shall be valid for one (1) year from the date of its issuance, provided, however, that no license shall be valid after December 31, of that year.
§ 4-4.4. License Required; Fee (Taxicab License).
[Ord. #37-89, § 26; Ord. #1-91, § 26; Ord. #8-92, § 26; Ord. #26-92, § 26]
The fees and charges required under the Code of the Borough of Midland Park entitled Taxicabs be as follows:
No taxicab shall be operated until the consent herein provided for shall have been obtained in evidence by a license issued by the governing body. The fee for such license shall be, (per year) and shall not be prorated. Each taxicab shall have a separate license and the said license shall be for the period of January 1 to December 31 of each year. Licenses shall not be transferable and will cover only the vehicle mentioned in the license issued and in the insurance policy covering such vehicle.
$75
§ 4-4.5. Taxicab Driver's License; Fee.
[Ord. #37-89, § 26; Ord. 1-91, § 26; Ord. #8-92, § 26; Ord. #26-92, § 26]
Driver's permit fee shall be, (each driver)
$10
§ 4.5.3c. License Required (Towing and Storage).
[Ord. #37-89, § 28; Ord. #1-91, § 28; Ord. #8-92, § 28; Ord. #26-92, § 28; Ord. #013-09]
License fee, each applicant
$150
§ 4-5.6. Schedule of Fees.
[Ord. #09-013]
The following is a fee schedule for basic automobile, motorcycles, motorized bikes, towing services and heavy duty recovery.
Basic towing service anywhere within the Borough of Midland Park or to storage yard (two-axle vehicle) under 8,000 lbs.
Wheel Lift Rate
$80
Flatbed Rate
$100
Additional Axles
$35
Wheel Lift Mileage Fee per mile outside the Borough of Midland Park municipal boundaries per mile, within the State of New Jersey.
$4
Flatbed Mileage Fee per mile outside the Borough of Midland Park municipal boundaries per mile, within the State of New Jersey.
$4
Basic towing service within the Borough of Midland Park or to storage yard (two axle vehicle) 8,001 - 16,000 lbs.
Towing Rate
$250
Additional axles
$35
Motorcycle Rate
$100
Heavy duty towing within the Borough of Midland Park or to storage yard (over 16,001 lbs.)
Rate is per hour with a one (1) hour minimum
$325
Driveshaft removal
$45
Brake release
$45
Air cushion device heavy-duty recover
Rate
$550 per hour
The following is a fee schedule for storage services of all types of vehicles:
Inside building storage facility (per calendar day):
Under 10,000 lbs.
$45 per day
Each additional axle
$20 each per day
Outside secured storage facility (per calendar day):
Under 10,000 lbs.
$35
Additional axle
$20 each per day
Over 10,000 lbs.
$75 per day
Tandem Axle Truck
$100 per day
Tractor-trailer combo
$140 per day
Emergency Road Service:
$60
Clean up of debris
$35
Speed Dry
$30 first bag
Each addition bag of Speed Dry
$12
Extra personnel
$75 per hour per man
Level 3 Recovery Supervisor
$90 per hour
If tower is called by police and arrive on scene and owner refuses service or no service is required, there is a $50 fee for the tow truck responding.
Heavy Vehicle Recovery (Over 16,000 lbs.):
To provide heavy vehicle recovery, the Borough of Midland Park requires that the licensee have on scene a recovery supervisor with Level 3 Certification from the Towing and Recovery Association of America (TRAA) or another nationally recognized certification.
To perform heavy vehicle recovery under this section the licensee must:
Visually document the recovery scene through photos or videotape.
Prepare a written report of all procedures employed, actions taken, equipment used and manpower requirements to complete the recovery process in the safest manner, and provide a copy to the vehicle owner with the statement of services.
Prepare an itemized billing invoice for all services rendered.
If the licensee finds it necessary, due to the nature of the recovery, to contract additional recovery services to supplement its equipment and manpower recovery, the contracted service providers must work under the supervision of the licensee. The licensee may not subcontract the entire recovery. In the event that a heavy-duty operator is unable to handle the recovery, then the next heavy duty wrecker on the rotating list shall be called.
Annual Fee Adjustment. Effective January 1 of each year, there is a 3% annual cost of living increase on all fees listed herein.
Fees shall conform to the requirements of N.J.S.A. 56:13-9, et al. As amended.
The Schedule of Fees and Regulations shall be made available to the public during normal business hours.
§ 4-6.5. License Fees (Bowling Alleys).
[Ord. #37-89, § 5; Ord. #1-91, § 6; Ord. #8-92, § 6; Ord. #26-92, § 6]
The fees and charges required under the Code of the Borough of Midland Park entitled Bowling Alleys shall be as follows:
For the first bowling alley located on the premises to be licensed, per annum, the sum of
$150
For each additional bowling alley located upon the premises to be licensed, per annum, the sum of
$20
§ 4-7.2. Fees (Posting or Distributing Handbills).
[Ord. #37-89, § 15; Ord. #1-91, § 15; Ord. #8-92, § 15; Ord. #26-92, § 15]
The fees and charges required under the Code of the Borough of Midland Park entitled Handbills shall be as follows:
Handbills
$30
§ 4-8.5. Fees (Pool and Billiard Rooms).
[Ord. #37-89, § 19; Ord. #1-91, § 19; Ord. #8-92, § 19; Ord. #26-92, § 19]
The fees and charges required under the Code of the Borough of Midland Park entitled Pool and Billiard Rooms shall be as follows:
For the first pool or billiard table located upon the premises to be licensed, the sum of
$150
For each additional pool or billiard table located upon the premises to be licensed, the sum of
$20
Notwithstanding anything to the contrary, the minimum annual fee paid for such license is hereby fixed as
$300
§ 4-9.8. Licensing Fee; Term (Mechanical and Electronic Amusement Games and Devices).
[Ord. #37-89, § 4; Ord. #1-91, § 3; Ord. #8-92, § 3; Ord. #26-92, § 3]
The fees and charges required under the Code of the Borough of Midland Park entitled Amusement Devices shall be as follows:
The license fee for each amusement machine per year payable with the filing of the application and upon applications for renewal each year thereafter. The license shall be valid during the calendar year, commencing on January 1 of the date of issuance, if later than January 1, and expiring on December 31st of each year.
$500
Amusement Distributors. No fees established.
[Ord. #26-92, § 4]
§ 4-10.3f. Procedure to Obtain License (Carnivals, Circuses and Traveling Shows).
[Ord. #37-89, § 8; Ord. #1-91, § 8; Ord. #8-92, § 8; Ord. #26-92, § 8]
The fees and charges required under the Code of the Borough of Midland Park entitled Carnivals, Circuses, Traveling Shows shall be as follows:
The fee for such licenses for each day the carnival, circus or traveling show is licensed to operate.
$100
Notwithstanding anything to the contrary, the minimum license fee for such license shall be
$850
§ 4-11.6. License Fees (Ball, Picnic or Dance Entertainment).
[Ord. #37-89, § 10; Ord. #1-91, § 10; Ord. #8-92, § 10; Ord. #26-92, § 10]
The fees and charges required under the Code of the Borough of Midland Park entitled Dances shall be as follows:
The fee for a permit for each ball, picnic or dancing entertainment shall be
$600
§ 4-12.5c. General Rules (Raffles).
[Ord. #1-91, § 20; Ord. #8-92, § 20; Ord. #26-92, § 20; Ord. #4-98, § 3]
A license fee for each raffle which may be licensed pursuant to this chapter. Said fees are to be charged and disposed of in accordance with the Raffle Licensing Law, N.J.S.A. 5:8-50, et seq.
$10
In the alternative, an applicant may elect to pay a flat annual fee of
$260
§ 4-13.5c. General Rules (Bingo).
[Ord. #1-91, § 20; Ord. #8-92, § 20; Ord. #26-92, § 20; Ord. #4-98, § 4]
A license fee per game, or such other fee as may be established by State regulation, shall be paid to the Municipal Clerk in advance upon the filing of the application. Set fees are to be charged and disposed of in accordance with the provisions of the Bingo Licensing Law, N.J.S.A. 5:8-24, et seq.
$10
§ 4-14.3e. Application for Permit (Limousine or Livery Service).
[Ord. #37-89, § 17; Ord. #1-91, § 17; Ord. #8-92, § 17; Ord. #26-92, § 17]
The fees and charges required are as follows:
A separate application shall be made and a separate permit issued for the following:
Application fee for each limousine or livery service vehicle housed within the Borough
$75
Application fee for each limousine or livery service (no vehicles, dispatching only) located within the Borough
$75
§ 4-15.14. Alarm Systems.
[Ord. #37-89, § 1; Ord. #1-91, § 1; Ord. #8-92, § 1; Ord. #26-92, § 1; Ord. #15-00, § 3]
The fees and charges required shall be as follows:
The following annual fees shall be charged for registration and permits pursuant to this section:
For each alarm system registration (a one time fee)
$30
False alarm service fee for 4th through 6th in same calendar year, (each occurrence)
$25
7th through 10th
$50
11 or more
$100
§ 4-19. Seasonal Agricultural Market License.
[Ord. #02-10 § 5]
The annual fee to be paid by each licensee shall be fifty ($50) dollars.
§ 5-1.2f. Fees and Charges.
[Ord. #37-89, § 11; Ord. #1-91, § 11; Ord. #8-92, § 11; Ord. #26-92, § 11; Ord. #03-09; 12-19-2019 by Ord. No. 23-19]
The fees and charges required under the Code of the Borough of Midland Park entitled Dogs shall be as follows:
Persons applying for a neutered dog license and registration tag shall pay a fee of (for each spayed or neutered dog license and for each annual renewal thereof and, in addition)
$12
Persons applying for a nonneutered dog license and registration tag shall pay a fee (for each dog license) of
$15
For each replacement license, the sum of
$5
Late fee as of June 15 of each year
$10
The sum of three ($3) dollars to be designated for the animal population control fund for every license issued.
No license fees and no registration fees shall be charged for dogs used as guides for blind persons and commonly known as "seeing-eye" dogs.
§ 5-1.4e. Licenses for Kennels and Pet Shops.
[Ord. #497; Ord. #566; 1973 Code § 59-4; Ord. #1-91, § 11; Ord. #8-92, § 11; Ord. #26-92, § 11]
Annual license fee for a kennel providing accommodations for:
Ten (10) dogs or less
$10
Eleven (11) dogs or more
$25
Pet shop
$10
Pound
No charge
§ 5-1.5b. The Registration Tag Fee.
[Ord. #497; 1973 Code § 59-5]
For each dog
$0.50
§ 5-1.10e. Maintenance of Impounded Dogs.
[Ord. #497; Ord. #683; 1973 Code § 59-10]
Per day
$3
§ 5-3.4g. Licensing of Cats.
[1973 Code, § 59-4; Ord. #1-91, § 11; Ord. #8-92, § 11; Ord. #26-92, § 11; Ord. #03-09; 12-19-2019 by Ord. No. 23-19]
License and registration tag fee shall be as follows:
Neutered cat
$12
Nonneutered cat
$15
For each replacement license
$5
Late fee as of June 15 of each year
$10
§ 6-3.4. License Fees.
[#37-89, § 2; Ord. #1-91, § 2; Ord. #8-92, § 2; Ord. #26-92, § 2]
The fees and charges required under the Code of the Borough of Midland Park entitled Alcoholic Beverages shall be as follows:
Plenary Retail Consumption Licenses. The fee for a Plenary Retail Consumption License per annum shall be the sum of
$2,000
Plenary Retail Distribution Licenses. The fee for a Plenary Retail Distribution License per annum shall be the sum of
$2,000
Club Licenses. The fee for a Club License per annum shall be the sum of
$150
No fees listed.
No fees listed.
§ 9-2.3. Schedule of Fees for Use of Tennis Courts.
[Ord. #585; Ord. #593; Ord. #607; Ord. #628; Ord. #684; 1973 Code § 107-3; Ord. #825, § 24; Ord. #37-89; § 27; Ord. #1-91, § 27; Ord. #8-92; § 27; Ord. #26-92, § 27; Ord. #5-95, § 2]
The fees and charges required under the Code of the Borough of Midland Park entitled Tennis Courts shall be as follows:
The Mayor and Council shall, by resolution, establish a fee schedule for the use of tennis courts in the Borough of Midland Park. In the absence of such resolution, the fees charged for the use of tennis courts shall be as follows:
Residents:
Family (per season)
$25
Adults
$15
Child
$5
Resident daily badge
$2
Nonresident family (per season)
$100
Adults
$60
Child
$30
Nonresident daily badge
$5
League fee
$10
Nonresident league fee
$15
Tournament fee
$5
Tournament fee nonresident
$10
Registration fee
$5
[Ord. #37-89, § 9; Ord. #1-91, § 9; Ord. #8-92, § 9; Ord. #26-92, § 9; Ord. #2-94, § 1; Ord. #18-94, § 1; Ord. #4-98, §§ 4—6; Ord. #15-00, § 4; Ord. #01-04, § 1; Ord. #04-04, § 1; Ord. #08-07, §§ 3- 4; Ord. #03-09; Ord. #06-13; Ord. #08-14; Ord. No. 01-16; Ord. No. 09-16; § 1; amended 4-26-2018 by Ord. No. 13-18; 12-17-2020 by Ord. No. 14-20]
§ 10-1.3. Fees for Construction Permit.
The fees and charges required under the Code of the Borough of Midland Park entitled Construction Codes, Uniform, shall be as follows:
a. 
The fee for a construction permit shall be the sum of the subcode fees listed in Subsection a1 through 10, thereof, and shall be paid before the permit is issued.
1. 
New construction and additions are based on the volume of the structure.
(a) 
Volume of building in cubic feet times $0.07.
2. 
Reconstruction, alterations, renovations, repairs are based on the cost of the work.
(a) 
Based on cost of work: $25 per $1,000.
3. 
Demolition or removal permit.
(a) 
For all principal buildings, the fee is $150.
(b) 
For all residential accessory structures, the fee is $50.
(c) 
For all nonresidential accessory structures, the fee is $80.
(d) 
For all fuel tank removals, the fee is $100.
4. 
Fence permits.
(a) 
Fences for pool barriers: The fee is $50.
(b) 
Fences over six feet in height: The fee is $50.
5. 
Signs: The fee is $1 per square foot.
(Note: fee to be based on one side of double-sided signs)
6. 
Certificate of occupancy fees.
(a) 
Fee for certificate of occupancy is $75.
(b) 
Fee for certificate of occupancy based on change of use is $200 for nonresidential.
7. 
Pools.
(a) 
Aboveground pools are a flat fee of $50.
(b) 
In-ground pools are a flat fee of $150.
8. 
Asbestos removal permit is $50.
9. 
Miscellaneous permit fees.
(a) 
Commercial roof: The fee is $150.
(b) 
Residential roof or siding: The fee is $75.
(c) 
Detached (residential) building - roof or siding: The fee is $50.
(d) 
Fireplaces and stoves: The fee is $50.
(e) 
HVAC duct work: The fee is $50.
(f) 
Fuel storage tank installation/removal: The fee is $100.
(g) 
Plan review credit: 20%.
(h) 
Minimum fee for building subcode permit: The fee is $75.
(i) 
Change in contractor: The fee is $25.
b. 
The plumbing subcode fees shall be:
1. 
For new construction, additions, renovations and alterations:
(a) 
Each fixture and device: $25.
(b) 
Floor drain: $25.
(c) 
Dishwasher, residential: $25.
(d) 
Dishwasher, commercial: $25.
(e) 
Disposal unit: $25.
(f) 
Drinking fountain: $25.
(g) 
Washing machine: $25.
(h) 
Hose bib: $25.
(i) 
Gas piping: $25.
(j) 
Fuel-oil piping: $25.
(k) 
Water heater: $75.
(l) 
Steam or hot-water boiler: $75.
(m) 
Interceptor/separator: $75.
(n) 
Backflow preventor: $25.
(o) 
Grease trap: $75.
(p) 
Air-conditioning units and refrigeration: $75.
(q) 
Sewer connections: $75.
(r) 
Water-service connection: $75.
(s) 
Gas-service connection: $75.
(t) 
Water softener and water filters: $75.
(u) 
Pool drains: $75.
(v) 
Lawn sprinkler: $75.
(w) 
Fire sprinkler: $75.
(x) 
Sewer ejector: $75.
(y) 
Vent stack: $25.
2. 
Notwithstanding anything to the contrary, the minimum fee for any plumbing subcode permit shall be $75.
(a) 
Plan review credit: 20%.
(b) 
Change of contractor: $25.
c. 
The electrical subcode fees shall be as follows:
1. 
Fixtures and devices to be counted for these items include outlets, wall switches, fluorescent fixtures, convenience receptacles or similar fixtures and motors and devices of one horsepower or one kilowatt or less:
(a) 
Fee for first 25: $100.
(b) 
Fee for increments of five: $10.
(c) 
Fee for pool with U/lights: $150.
(d) 
Fee for storage pool/spa: $100.
(e) 
Fee for aboveground pool: $100.
2. 
For the purposes of calculating the following electrical fees, all motors except those in plug-in appliances shall be counted, including control equipment, generators, transformers and all heating, cooking or other devices consuming or generating electrical current:
(a) 
Motors/electrical devices to one to five horsepower: $25.
(b) 
Motors/electrical devices to six to nine horsepower: $50.
(c) 
Motors/electrical devices to 10 to 15 horsepower: $75.
(d) 
Motors/electrical devices above 26 horsepower: $100.
(e) 
Transformer/generator to 10 kilowatt: $75.
(f) 
Transformer/generator to 45 kilowatt: $125.
(g) 
Transformer/generator to 112.5 kilowatt: $175.
(h) 
Transformer/generator above 112.5 kilowatt: $225.
(i) 
Service/panels/subpanels to 100 ampere: $75.
(j) 
Service/panels/subpanels to 200 ampere: $125.
(k) 
Service/panels/subpanels to 300 ampere: $200.
(l) 
Service/panels/subpanels to 400 ampere: $250.
(m) 
Service/panels/subpanels to 800 ampere: $300.
(n) 
Service/panels/subpanels to 1,000 ampere and higher: $450.
(o) 
HVAC and central AC, per unit: $75.
3. 
Minimum fee: $75.
4. 
Plan review credit: 20%.
5. 
Change of contractor: $25.
d. 
The fire subcode fees shall be as follows:
1. 
Fireplace: $75.
2. 
Woodburning stove: $75.
3. 
Residential mechanical equipment: $75.
4. 
Residential smoke or heat detectors: $7 each, minimum $75.
5. 
Restaurant extinguishing systems: $100.
6. 
Automatic fire sprinkler: $5 per head, minimum $50.
7. 
Industrial/commercial fire alarm system: $75.
8. 
Flammable/combustible liquid tank installation, except commercial shall be $100 per 1,000 gallons: $100.
9. 
Flammable/combustible liquid tank removal/abandonment. Includes above- or underground storage tanks: $100.
10. 
Installation of propane tanks up to 350 pounds: $75.
11. 
Chimney liner: $75.
12. 
Egress emergency and exit lighting systems: $75.
13. 
Industrial/commercial mechanical systems: $75.
14. 
LPG or LNG tanks: $75.
15. 
Standpipes: $75.
16. 
Pool heaters: $75.
17. 
Minimum fee: $75.
18. 
Plan review credit: 20%.
19. 
Change of contractor: $25.
e. 
The mechanical subcode fees shall be:
1. 
$100 for the installation and replacement of heating and cooling equipment, or other mechanical equipment in existing buildings of R-3, R-4 and R-5 Use Groups.
(a) 
Other equipment shall include refrigeration, air conditioning, heating systems, or standby power generators.
(b) 
The $100 fee shall be for each item.
2. 
Other fees:
(a) 
Fee for a chimney liner: $75.
(b) 
Fee for a hot-water or water-storage tank: $75.
(c) 
Fee for gas piping: $20.
(d) 
Fee for ductwork for mechanical equipment: $20.
(e) 
Fee for A/C, ductless split systems.
(1) 
Up to three interior units: $100.
(2) 
Four or more interior units: $175.
3. 
Notwithstanding anything to the contrary, the minimum fee for any mechanical subcode permit shall be: $75.
(a) 
Plan review fee: 20%.
(b) 
Change of contractor: $25.
§ 11-1.7. Additional Required Inspections and Fees.
[Ord. #761, § 8; Ord. #825, § 13; Ord. #37-89, § 13; Ord. #1-91, § 13; Ord. 6-91, § 2; Ord. #8-92, § 13; Ord. #26-92, § 13; Ord. #03-09]
The fees and charges required under the Uniform Fire Code Ordinance will be charged pursuant to N.J.A.C. 5:18.
Certificate of Fire Code Status
$50
Smoke detector permit fee
$50 per certificate
Fire prevention local inspection fees:
Use Group
Assembly
$150
Business: Group B
Gross floor area of the building or part of the building used for business
Up to 4,000 sq. ft.
$50
4,001 to 8,000 sq. ft.
$75
8,001 to 11,999 sq. ft.
$100
12,000 to 17,999 sq. ft.
$200
18,000 sq. ft. and up
$250
Factory and industrial and storage
$150
Mercantile:
Up to 4,000 sq. ft.
$50
4,001 to 8,000 sq. ft.
$75
8,001 to 11,999 sq. ft.
$100
Mercantile establishments in excess of 12,000 sq. ft. are regulated by the Life Hazard Use fees payable to the State of New Jersey.
Residential (multi-family):
3 to 10 units
$50
11 to 20 units
$75
21 to 30 units
$100
31 or more units
$150
Storage buildings
$100
Buildings owned by the Board of Education and operated solely for Board of Education services, municipal libraries and buildings owned by the Borough of Midland Park are exempt from the fees imposed by this subsection.
Occupants of nonresidential units shall be responsible for the payment of the above mentioned fees. Owners of the buildings will be responsible for the fees required for inspections for utility areas, storage areas, common areas and other areas occupied or controlled by the owner. Unoccupied or unrented space fees shall be paid by the owner of the building.
The Bureau of Fire Prevention of the Borough of Midland Park shall establish, enforce and collect penalties for nonpayment of inspection fees from those required and obligated to pay the same pursuant to this section.
No fees listed.
§ 13-1. RATES.
§ 13-1.1. Water Charges Confirmed.
[Ord. #319, 1973 Code § 116-1]
The rates and charges fixed by the Village of Ridgewood pursuant to Ordinance No. 1136 for a three (3) month basis in manner following is hereby ratified and confirmed.
Metered Service.
Minimum charge for six thousand (6,000) gallons or less per quarter:
Meter Size
(inches)
Charge
Less than 1 1/2
$6
1 1/2
$10
2
$15
3
$25
4
$30
For each gallon above six thousand (6,000) gallons at the following rates per one thousand (1,000) gallons:
Gallons
Charge
6,001 to 20,000
$0.40
20,001 to 50,000
$0.35
50,001 to 100,000
$0.30
100,000 and above
$0.25
Unmetered Service. The rate or charge for the supply of water from the system on an unmetered basis shall be as follows:
For fire hydrants, each, forty ($40) dollars per annum.
For fire service, each property, one hundred ($100) dollars per annum.
§ 13-4.5. Costs, Expenses and Connection Fees (Sewer Regulations).
[Ord. #37-89, § 21; Ord. #1-91, § 21; Ord. #8-92, § 21; Ord. #26-92, § 21]
The fees and charges required under § 13-4 of the Code and the Board of Health Regulations shall be as follows:
Fees charged pursuant to the State Uniform Construction Code.
The fees and charges required under the Code of the Borough of Midland Park entitled Sewers shall be as follows:
Sewer Capital Recovery contracted by the property owner as established by resolution each year
$2,664.28
For emergency service contracted by the Borough on behalf of the Borough in order to remove blockage in the sewer laterals. Actual cost plus processing fee
$35
For maintenance and clean out of sewer laterals, permit fee
$35
§ 13-7.2b2.
[Ord. #469; 1973 Code § 92-20; Ord. #827, § 1]
The nonrefundable fee for each sewer maintenance permit shall be
$25
§ 14-1.3. Application for Permit.
[Ord. #824, § 1]
In the absence of such ordinance, Subsection a11, the nonrefundable fee for each application shall be fifty ($50) dollars.
§ 14-1.5. Permit Fees — Street Openings.
[Ord. #824, § 1; Ord. #825, § 22; Ord. #37-89, § 23; Ord. #1-91, § 25; Ord. #33-91, § 3; Ord. #8-92, § 25; Ord. #26-92, § 25; Ord. #15-00, § 5; Ord. #04-04, § 1; Ord. #03-09; repealed 4-25-2019 by Ord. No. 08-19]
§ 14-1.14. Deposit Amount.
[Ord. #824, § 1]
The minimum amount of deposit for street openings in any event, shall not be less than
$1,250
§ 14-1.18a. Yearly Deposit for Public Utility Company Maintenance Guarantee Bond.
[Ord. #824, § 1]
Yearly deposit shall be not less than fifty thousand ($50,000) dollars.
§ 14-4.11. Fees - Sidewalk, Curbs and Driveway Repairs.
[Ord. #37-89, § 22; Ord. #1-91, § 22; Ord. #8-92, § 22; Ord. #26-92, § 22; 4-25-2019 by Ord. No. 08-19]
The fees and charges required to establish permit requirements are as follows:
Sidewalk repairs only
$100
Two building inspections required
Curbs, driveway aprons, sidewalks and street openings
Permit fee
$50
Engineering fee
$250
Permit fee and inspection fees for utility companies
Permit fee
$100
Engineering fee
$250
No fees listed.
[1]
Editor's Note: Fees for Signs previously codified have been relocated to Chapter 40 in the Land Development Volume.
§ 17.7.3g. Additional construction fee to comply with flood plain management regulations (no fee listed).
No fees listed.
[1]
Editor's Note: The fees required for provisions of the Land Development Chapter are located in Chapter 40 of the Land Development Volume.