As part of budget talks Monday night, Warren City Council approved a new fee resolution including a number of increases and changes.
Changes in fees include:
The charge for collection of recyclable materials from $1.85 to $2 per household per month.
The gazebo at Betts Park
The annual license fee for eating and drinking establishments from $175 to $200.
The fee for a first additional reinspection when required for an eating and drinking establishment from $75 to $100.
The fee for additional re-inspections of eating and drinking establishments beyond the first from $25 - $50 to $50 - $75.
Pavilion reservation at all parks Monday through Friday from $45 to $60. Non-residents will be charged $75.
Pavilion reservations at Betts Park (Betts, DeFrees, Riverwalk and Bocce pavilions) on Saturday or Sunday from $55 to $70 for half-day reservations from 8 a.m. until 2 p.m. or 3 p.m. until 9 p.m. and from $85 to $105 for reservations from 8 a.m. until 9 p.m. Non-residents will be charged $87.50 and $131.25, respectively.
Pavilion reservations at Lacy, DeFrees, Breeze Point and Crescent Parks on Saturday of Sunday from $40 to $50 for half-day reservations from 8 a.m. until 2 p.m. or 3 p.m. until 9 p.m. and from $70 to $90 for full day rentals from 8 a.m. until 9 p.m. Non-residents will be charged $62.50 and $112.50, respectively.
Gazebo reservations at Betts Park will remain at $25 for a full day, but non-residents will be charged $31.25.
School district boys and girls ballfield fee at Betts Park from $250 to $500 per season.
Special event electric use for power stations at Betts Park from $10 per day per station to $15.
Special event electric use for main power board access from $25 per day per station to $75.
Monday through Friday parking at the Clark Street Garage from $35 per month per space to $40.
Short-term parking spaces at the Clark Street Garage from 6 a.m. until 6 p.m. from $90 per quarter per space to $100 and from $12 per week per space as available to $15.
Top deck parking at the Clark Street Garage from April 1 to October 31 from $15 per month per space to $25.
Permit parking late fees assessed on accounts delinquent in excess of 30 days at the Clark Street Garage from $10 plus processing fees to $15 plus processing fees.
Property certification fees from $25 per certification to $35.
Special event permit fees from $100 per day to $100 per event.
Preliminary plan filing fees for subdivisions and land development from $50 to $100.
Minor plan filing fees for subdivisions and land development from $100 to $200.
Final plan filing fees for subdivisions and land development from $50 to $100.
Punch card admission at city municipal pool; for adults from $20 to $25, for students from $10 to $15, for persons age 55 or older from $15 to $20. Non-residents will pay $27.50, $20 and $22.50, respectively.
Private parties at the city municipal pool: for up to 20 people from $80 per hour to $90 and from $77 per hour for season pass holders to $80; for 21 to 40 people from $90 per hour to $100 and from $86 per hour for season pass holders to $90; for 41 to 60 people from $100 per hour to $110 and from $96 per hour for season pass holders to $100; and for groups of more than 60 from $110 per hour to $120 and from $106 per hour for season pass holders to $110.
All inclusive parties at the city municipal pool at a two hour rate: from $250 to $275 for groups up to 25 and from $227 to $250 for season pass holders; from $270 to $300 for groups of 26 to 50 and from $256 to $275 for season pass holders; and from $300 to $325 for groups of more than 50 and from $275 to $300 for season pass holders.
New fees approved under the resolution include:
A $25 fee for food vending booths.
A $75 refundable clean-up fee for reservations of park and recreation facilities.
A $100 fee for an alcohol permit in conjunction with a pavilion reservation or special event.
A $45 per tent tent erection fee with a pavilion reservation.
A $25 per night overnight camping fee for vendors staying with equipment at special events.
New playground program field trip fees to cover per participant costs not covered through fundraising not to exceed actual cost.
A $1,000 fee for each commercial application before the property maintenance board of appeals on appeals from decisions of the property maintenance code official or decisions of the blighted property review board.
An additional $15 on vendor permit applications received by the city less than five business days prior to an event.
A fee for police, fire and Department of Public Works support services for special events charged at actual cost.
A $1,000 fee for each commercial application before the uniform construction code board of appeals on appeals from decisions of the code official.