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Agenda Item - 2022-11-15 - Number 12.2 - 2023 Master Fees and Charges 12.2 O. COUNCIL REPORT 0 OREOO� Subject: 2023 Master Fees and Charges Meeting Date: November 15, 2022 Staff Member: Shawn Cross, Director Report Date: November 1, 2022 Department: Finance Action Required Advisory Board/Commission Recommendation ❑ Motion ❑ Approval ❑ Public Hearing ❑ Denial ❑ Ordinance ❑ None Forwarded ❑ Resolution ❑X Not Applicable ❑ Information Only Comments: ❑X Council Direction ❑ Consent Agenda Staff Recommendation: No changes to the draft 2023 Master Fees and Charges booklet Recommended Language for Motion: N/A Project/ Issue Relates To: 2023 Master Fees and Charges Issue before Council (Highlight Policy Question): ❑Council Goals/Priorities ❑Adopted Master Plan(s) ❑X Not Applicable ISSUE BEFORE COUNCIL 2023 Master Fees and Charges Study Session EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Provide direction to staff in preparing material for a public hearing and adoption of fees and charges at the December 6, 2022 council meeting. BACKGROUND For the benefit of the public as well as efficiency in administration, Lake Oswego maintains a compilation of all fees charged by the city for a variety of services, such as utility services, usage Respect. Excellence. Trust. Service. 503-635-0215 380 A AVENUE PO BOX 369 LAKE OSWEGO,OR 97034 WWW.LAKEOSWEGO.CITY Page 2 of fields and recreational classes, and building permits and plan inspections, to name a few. It is published in a user-friendly booklet (available online), and the fees themselves are reviewed by the city council and adopted by council resolution each fall for the following calendar year. All fees go into effect on January 1, 2023 with the new calendar year, except for the utilities. Those new fees for services go into effect as of July 1, 2023, the first day of the new fiscal year. This provides staff sufficient time for public education and customer notification. Increases in utility service fees often generate the most interest and discussion. Table 1: Fee Increase Average% The Master Fees & Charges booklet (see for a Typical Month hangs Increase Attachment 1) begins, therefore, with Water $1.25 2.0 utility fees. Pages 5 and 6 in the Master Sewer 3.22 3.9 Fees & Charges booklet present key Stormwater 1.41 7.0 information for all utilities in one snapshot, Street Maintenance 5.59 50.9 including the monthly total fee increase a typical customer is likely to experience. Total $11.47 _ 6.5 The city uses ten CCF of water and eight CCF for sewer when calculating a typical customer. 1 CCF is 100 cubic feet or 748 gallons. The actual consumption can vary greatly from customer to customer. Many fees charged by the city are set to recover either all or part of the costs to provide the service, to remain affordable, and to be competitive with similar services in the city or neighboring jurisdictions. Every year departments review their fees and modify them where deemed necessary, and often modify them by a cost index. Staff researched several cost indices on the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) website. Portland falls under the West Region B/C index (The Western Region CPI is broken down between group A and B/C: cities with populations of greater than 2.5 million (A) or those with less (B/C). The indices are shown below as a rolling one-year index from June 2021 to June 2022. For construction cost index (CCI), the private Engineering News-Record indices are from October 2021 to October 2022: Table 2: Indices 12-month Change West Region CPI (all items) 8.8% West Region—A CPI (all items) 8.9% West Region—B/C CPI (all items) 8.5% West Region CPI (all items less energy and food increases) 6.2% Energy prices 36.6% Engineering News-Record Construction Cost Index—20 city average (CCI) 5.7% Engineering News-Record Construction Cost Index for Seattle (CCI-Seattle) 12.0% Respect. Excellence. Trust. Service. 503-635-0215 380 A AVENUE PO BOX 369 LAKE OSWEGO,OR 97034 WWW.LAKEOSWEGO.CITY Page 3 Staff reported the indices last year, and they were comparable in the same order at 5.1%, 4.4%, 6.0%, 4.1%, 25.1%, 8.0%, and 6.2%, respectively. The Energy Prices Index is the largest change and has increased largely due to the higher prices for gasoline. When reviewing fees, several departments take guidance from the above indices or some variation thereof. Water and sewer connection charges are proposed to change with the CCI, as is the street maintenance fee, and all system development charges. Prior councils established this policy and the attached Master Fees & Charges booklet reflects those changes. The following discussion will highlight the major changes in each section of the booklet, but is not intended to be a complete list. Instead, the Master Fees & Charges booklet is presented in a 'track-changes' format so that all changes can easily be identified by the reader. DISCUSSION Utilities In the utilities, capital projects' are usually the main cost driver and the reason for needed fee increases. These fees can be used to pay for smaller capital projects and to pay the debt service payments on the larger capital projects over time. Water: The LO-Tigard Water Partnership project construction phase has been complete for a few years and Tigard's portion of the assets were transferred at the end of the 2018 fiscal year. Funding for the project was provided primarily through a bond issue for$77 million completed in September 2013. The annual debt service payments on these bonds are roughly$5.8 million. The water utility is scheduled to increase fees by two percent this coming fiscal year, similar to the previous five years, to build its ability to pay for operations and for this ongoing debt service. For an average water usage month, this will add a little over$1 to a typical monthly bill for water (see Table 1 above). Sewer: The City updated its sewer rate model to incorporate the latest cost estimates from Portland for the Tryon Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant upgrades. These projections were presented to council in July 2020 by FCS group. The model called for annual increases to the sewer rates of 3.9%for the next 15 years. This will add a little over$3 per month to a typical Lake Oswego homeowner bill. Stormwater: With continued needs for the stormwater utility, it is recommended to have the same seven percent increase similar to the past years as outlined with the 2009 Clean Streams Plan due to the amount of unfunded capital projects.2 Street Maintenance:The Pavement Condition Index is lower than desired. Existing policy calls for an annual fee increase in the amount of the CCI (see Table 2 above), which is currently 5.7%. 1 Street maintenance projects are considered to be capital projects because they are designed to extend the life of pavement. 2 Clean Streams Plan,Option 5 Full Clean Streams Program,pg. 128;Resolution 09-68. Respect. Excellence. Trust. Service. 503-635-0215 380 A AVENUE PO BOX 369 LAKE OSWEGO,OR 97034 WWW.LAKEOSWEGO.CITY Page 4 Council also gave direction to increase the Street Maintenance Fee to incorporate an additional $1.5 million for annual pathway funding. This increase equates to an additional 45.2%. The total proposed fee increase is 50.9% or an additional $5.59 per month for a typical home owner in Lake Oswego. All proposed increases have been evenly applied to fixed and to variable portions of each fee. It is the goal to structure the fixed and variable portion of a customer fee to align with the utility's fixed and variable cost structure. The one caveat to this is adding a conservation element to the rates. The cost and fee structure are lining up closely enough to provide a stable revenue stream to cover fixed costs. Building Community Development Code enforcement charges are usually increased by the most recent West Region CPI (B/C size class). This year the CPI is 8.5%. Staff is suggesting we cap the rate increase to 6%. This keeps the 10-year average to less than 3% per year Planning The Planning Department similarly adjusts the majority of its fees by the most recent West Region CPI (B/C size class). Similar to the code enforcement charges, staff is suggesting we increase rates by 6%, not the CPI of 8.5%. System Development Charges Per established policy, system development charges (SDCs) are increased annually by the percentage growth in the CCI. These fees are used for various capacity building parks and utility capital projects. CONCLUSION A public hearing is scheduled for December 6, 2022, as part of the City Council's review and adoption of fee changes. Major changes in assumptions in any of the utilities as a result of the study session may lead to a modification of rate models and would have to be revisited at a later time. ATTACHMENTS 1. Master Fees & Charges draft booklet with track changes 2. Clean draft version of Master Fees & Charges without markups Respect. Excellence. Trust. Service. 503-635-0215 380 A AVENUE PO BOX 369 LAKE OSWEGO,OR 97034 WWW.LAKEOSWEGO.CITY ATTACHMENT 1 Preface City of Lake Oswego, Oregon The City provides a full range of municipal services to the community which includes police and fire protection, emergency medical services,traffic control, street maintenance and improvements,water,sewer, and stormwater management services, planning and zoning regulation, building inspection and regulation, parks and recreational activities, and community library service. This Master Fees and Charges booklet consolidates all City fees and charges, adopted by City Council resolution,for the various services that the City provides. Typically, it is updated annually and reflects all fee resolutions passed by Council during the year. For easy reference,the current Master Fees and Charges booklet, as well as versions from prior years, are available online at: www.lakeoswego.citv/fees. Fee Variance and Waiver Statement Based upon an unusual circumstance or event, past practices, demonstrated hardship, or public benefit,the City Manager is authorized to waive or decrease a fee(s) or charge(s), barring requirements by State or local codes, in a particular matter or establish a fee not yet authorized in this resolution. When a new fee is established by the City Manager it may be incorporated into this resolution. It shall be communicated to Council in writing to allow opportunity for comment. The request for a waiver or reduction must be in writing. If the City Manager or his designee agrees to said waiver or reduction, he/she may inform the City Council, in writing, of the request and his/her decision, except in minor matters such as non-profit signed fee waivers and City tree removal applications. Effective Dates and Resolution The 2023 Master Fees and Charges effective dates: • Utility Fees are effective July 1, 2023. • All other Fees are effective January 1, 2023 (unless otherwise noted) Resolution#22-26 29 — Adopting the 2023 Master Fees&Charges Cover photo of Sunset at Luscher Farm is courtesy of Coring Laws—the first place winner of the 2020 Lake Oswego photo contest in the category Places in Lake Oswego 2023 Master Fees and Charges Page 1 Table of Contents Section 1: General 5 Utility Rates: Water, Sewer, Stormwater, and Street 5 Business License and Liquor License 16 Dog License 17 Rights of Way Usage Fee 18 Franchise Fees 18 Public Records Fees 19 Miscellaneous Fees 20 Section 2: City Attorney's Office 21 Discovery Fees and City Code 21 Section 3: Fire Department 22 General Fees 24 Medical Services and Transport Fees 22 Emergency Services Rates 23 Fire and Life Safety Plan Reviews 23 Fire and Life Safety Inspections 23 Section 4: Library 24 General Fees 24 Section 5: Municipal Court 25 General Fees 25 Section 6: Parks& Recreation 26 Recreation Services and Activities 26 Indoor Tennis Center 26 Athletic Field User Charges 27 Adult Community Center Fees 29 Swim Park 30 Water Sports Center 30 Park Shelter Fees 31 Miscellaneous Fees 31 Commercial Filming in City Parks 32 Page 2 2023 Master Fees and Charges Table of Contents, continued Section 7: Police Department 33 Security Alarm Permit and Fees 33 Security Alarm Code Violation Fines 33 Police Reports 33 Miscellaneous Police Fees 33 Section 8: Public Works Support Services 34 General Fees 34 Section 9: Building Division 35 Building Permits 35 Electrical Permits 36 Mechanical Permits Residential 38 Mechanical Permits Commercial 39 Plumbing Permits 40 Grading and Fill Permits 41 Demo and Deconstruction Permits 41 Manufactured Home Permits 42 Manufactured Dwelling/RV Parks 42 Community Development Code Enforcement Charges 42 Record Retention and Archiving Fees 42 Research and Consultation Fees 42 Other Inspections and Fees 43 Additional Miscellaneous Fees 43 Refunds 43 Section 10: Engineering Division 44 Minor Utility Facilities, Installed or Constructed by Public or Private Entities 44 General Engineering Fees 44 Other Engineering Fees 45 Section 11: Planning Division 47 Ministerial Developments 47 Minor Developments 47 Sign Code Fees 48 2023 Master Fees and Charges Page 3 Table of Contents, continued Comprehensive Plan and Community Development Code Amendments 48 Major Developments 49 Sensitive Lands Overlay Districts 49 Fees Relating to Historical Preservation 49 Appeals 49 Pre-Application Conference/Consultations 49 Research Fees 50 Tree Code Fees 50 Fee Exemptions for Affordable Housing 51 Other Planning Fees 51 Section 12: Systems Development Charges 53 Systems Development Charges 53 APPENDIX Systems Development Charges Methodologies 59 2023 Master Fees and Charges Resolution 69 Page 4 2023 Master Fees and Charges Section 1: General General Utility Rates: Water, Sewer, Stormwater, and Street (LOC 37 and 38) Water and sewer charges for customers outside of the City may be set by specific agreement. For customers outside the City(including Forest Highlands Water District), but not covered by a special agreement,the charge is 150%of standard "in-City" rates. For bulk water users,the City Manager may set"peak"season rates. (LOC 38.04.015) The utility user charge shall be due and payable on the date specified on the bill,and shall be delinquent thereafter.A late charge shall be imposed on delinquent utility user charges in addition to the amount billed. (LOC 38.06.030) A late charge of$5 may be assessed for utility bills not paid within 30 days after billing. If the utility bill is$200 or more,the late charge is 2.5%of the total amount due.The late charge is divided proportionately among the amounts due for water,sewer,stormwater,and street fee and becomes part of the total user charge amount due for each utility. Lake Oswego's Typical Monthly Utility Bill $220 - $200 $188.38 $180 $176.91 $170.52 $164.83 $160 $155.41 $160.15 $146.38 $150.78 $135.61 $140.85 $140 $100 $100 $80 111111111 $60 111111111 $40 $20 $0 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18 2018-19 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 ■Water 51.16 53.46 55.88 56.96 58.14 59.32 60.51 61.73 62.97 64.22 ■Sewer 64.42 66.37 68.39 70.45 72.56 74.72 76.93 79.97 83.10 86.32 ■Stormwater 11.76 12.58 13.46 14.40 15.41 16.49 17.64 18.87 20.19 21.60 •Street Maintenance 8.27 8.44 8.65 8.97 9.30 9.62 9.75 9.95 10.65 16.24 Based on typical use for a single-family home-10 ccf for water and 8 ccf for sewer Past and projected average utility rate increases 7/1/18 7/1/19 7/1/20 7/1/21 7/1/22 7/1/23 7/1/2 * 2023 Master Fees and Charges Page 5 Section 1: General Water 2.0% 2.0% 2.0% 2.0% 2.0% 2.0% 2.0% Sewer 3.0% 3.0% 3.0% 3.9% 3.9% 3.9% 3.9% Stormwater 7.0% 7.0% 7.0% 7.0% 7.0% 7.0% 7.0% Street maintenance 3.7% 3.4% 1.3% 2.0% 7.0% 50.9743% 3.0% Average increase of 3.1% 3.0% 2.9% 3.5% 3.7% 346.55% 3.96% total utility bill *Adopted rates will be implemented the first full billing cycle following the effective date. Components of the Typical Monthly Lake Oswego Utility Bill $100 $90 $80 $70 $60 $50 $40 $30 $20 - . $10 ---- -��i $0 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18 2018-19 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 •Water Sewer E Stormwater --- Street Maintenance Comparison of Neighboring Cities'Typical Monthly Utility Bills Based on a September 2022 survey of typical single-family homes in other Portland metropolitan area cities. Page 6 2023 Master Fees and Charges Section 1: General $300 - $250 $248 $200 A $188 $167 $154 $158 $150 $146 $135 $137 5 141 $121 $127 $128 $100 $50 11111111111 $_ .. _ LAKE Tualatin Gresham Hillsboro West Linn Beaverton Sherwood Oregon Milwaukie Wilsonville Tigard OSWEGO Portland Y •Water 44.62 58.74 51.86 38.69 67.40 66.83 49.28 44.31 60.43 79.34 64.22 117.01 •Sewer 54.44 38.84 54.13 51.88 57.24 50.63 63.51 67.90 72.94 55.47 86.32 98.80 •Stormwater 11.11 14.86 13.00 8.65 12.46 17.49 11.72 30.20 11.90 15.64 21.60 31.20 •Street 6.22 - 9.11 16.01 - 4.75 15.07 5.25 9.64 7.96 16.24 - •Other 5.00 15.00 - 20.22 - 1.31 6.50 5.84 2.89 8.28 - 0.97 Water Rates 1. Water connection charge'-this charge is in addition to the Water SDC fee, if applicable (LOC 38.10.113). Meter size larger than 2" are charged at cost and materials plus 20%overhead ($2,740 minimum). NOTE: If the water connection needs to be made on a moratorium street(one that has been paved within the past five years),the cost for the pavement restoration is charged at cost and materials plus 20%overhead. Meter Size Charge 5/8"-3/4„ $ 917 1" $ 1,236 1,306 1 1/2" $3,113 3,290 2" $3,483 3,682 2. Monthly water standard minimum and volume charges. a. Standard minimum monthly water rates for customers within the City. LOC 38.06.020(2a). For all meter sizes: 7/1/21 7/1/22 7/1/2 1 Indexed annually by the Engineering News Record Construction Cost Index(CCI)for 20-City Average. 2023 Master Fees and Charges Page 7 Section 1: General $ 29.37 Single family residential customers $28.79 $29.37 29.96 $32.06 Multi-family customers-First unit $31.43 $32.06 32.70 $ 29.51 Multi-family customers-Each additional dwelling unit $28.36 $28.93 28.93 Meter Non-residential Services Irrigation customers Size 7/1/21 7/1/22 7/1/2 7/1/2021 7/1/2022 7/1/2 $ 32.06 5/8"-3/4" $31.43 $32.06 32.70 $28.79 $29.37 29.96 $ 29.37 $ '10.6'1 1" $39.84 $40.64 41.45 $36.49 $37.22 37.96 $ 37.22 $ 418.35 1 1/2" $47.40 $ 48.35 49.32 $43.44 $44.31 45.20 $ 14.31 $ 73.17 2" $71.74 $73.17 74.63 $65.71 $67.02 68.36 $ 67.02 $ 82.15 3" $80.54 $82.15 83.79 $73.83 $75.31 76.82 $ 74.85 $ 106.98 4" $ 104.88 $ 106.98 109.12 $96.12 $98.04 100.00 $ 98.0i1 $ 131.57 6" $ 128.99 $ 131.57 134.20 $ 118.19 $ 120.55 122.96 $ 120.55 $ 198.07 8" $ 194.19 $ 198.07 202.03 $ 177.93 $ 181.49 185.12 $ 181.49 10" $224.15 $228.63 $228.63 $ 205.41 $209.52 213.71 233.20 $ 209.52 $ 323.53 12" $317.19 $323.53 330.00 $290.64 $296.45 302.38 $ 296.45 b. Volume charges in addition to charges in 2a. USAGE: Per 100 cubic feet(ccf)2 7/1/2021 7/1/2022 7/1/2 Single family residential customers: Tier 1: 0- 8 ccf monthly $3.03/ccf $3.09/ccf $3.15/ccf$ 3.09/ccf Tier 2: 9-16 ccf monthly $4.35/ccf $4.44/ccf $4.53/ccf$ /1.l'I/ccf 2 Based on water delivered during the period between meter read dates. Page 8 2023 Master Fees and Charges Section 1: General Tier 3: over 17 ccf monthly $8.15/ccf $8.31/ccf $8.48/ccf$ 8.31/ccf Multi-family customers $3.49/ccf $3.56/ccf $3.63/ccf$ 3.56/ccf Non-residential customers $3.94/ccf $4.02/ccf $4.10/ccf$ .l.02/ccf Irrigation customers $6.24/ccf $6.36/ccf $6.49/ccf$ 6.36/ccf 3. If a customer's water is turned off because of noncompliance with the proper use of water or for non- payment of utility bills,a charge of$60 will be assessed:$30 for turning the water off and another$30 for a water turn-on. (LOC 38.16.170). The City shall turn off and turn on the customer's water supply at the customer's request.The City shall provide this service for free during working hours one time each calendar year.The City shall charge for additional requests and service during non-working hours except in cases of emergency.(LOC 38.16.175) For customer turn off and turn on requests,after the first turn off then on request in a calendar year,a charge of$60 will be assessed:$30 for turning the water off and another$30 for a water turn-on. There is a charge for reading meters or making service turn-ons or turn-offs at other than regular working hours. In order to suit the convenience of water purchasers,whenever a City employee is required to read a meter or make a water service turn-on or turn-off during hours other than the regular work hours established for City employees, a flat charge of$80 shall be required for such service, in addition to all other charges provided for in this resolution,to be payable as other charges for water services. 4. Rates for the temporary use of a fire hydrant include a$50 installation fee, a$10 per day charge for meter rentals with a maximum charge of$50 per month, plus the usage fee for water based on non-residential water rates. In addition,a $475 refundable deposit will be collected. The deposit is refundable if the meter is returned in good condition and fees have been paid in full. 5. Failure to test backflow prevention assemblies between January 1 to July 15 and submit the test results by July 25 shall be cause for the City to arrange for and conduct the required test.The cost of such a test shall be added to the customer's monthly utility bill at the actual incurred cost plus overhead utilizing a billing multiplier of 2.4 times direct costs. (LOC 38.12.126). 6. If the City is requested to conduct a fire flow test,a flat fee will be charged for each test. (See Section 3). 2023 Master Fees and Charges Page 9 Section 1: General Water Rate History- Monthly Typical Typical water Effective Fixed Usage usage in portion Date Rate Rate ccf of bill change 7/1/2014 $23.88 $2.51/$3.60 10 $51.16 6% 7/1/2015 $24.96 $2.62/$3.77 10 $53.46 4.5% 7/1/2016 $26.08 $2.74/$3.94 10 $55.88 4.5% 7/1/2017 $26.61 $2.79/$4.02 10 $56.96 2% 7/1/2018 $27.14 $2.85/$4.10 10 $58.14 2% 7/1/2019 $27.68 $2.91/$4.18 10 $59.32 2% 7/1/2020 $28.23 $2.97/$4.26 10 $60.51 2% 7/1/2021 $28.79 $3.03/$4.35 10 $61.73 2% 7/1/2022 $29.37 $3.09/$4.44 10 $62.97 2% $29.37 $3.09/$1.14 1 $62.97 7/1/2023 10 2% J........29.96 $3.15/$4.53 64.22 Fixed portion of Monthly Water Bill $35 - $30 $25 $20 $15 $10 $5 $- 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18 2018-19 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 Water Usage Rate per ccf Page 10 2023 Master Fees and Charges Section 1: General $9 $8 - $7 $6 $5 •1 • • $4 $3 $2 T 1 I $1 I I I I I $- I 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18 2018-19 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 •Tier 1: 0-8 ccf/month Tier 2: 9-16 ccf/month •Tier 3:over 16 ccf/month Sewer Rates 1. Sewer monthly rates for customers within the City,served by the City,and outside Clean Water Services (CWS)shall be charged the following rates for sewer service LOC 38.06.020(2b): Residential for all meter sizes: 7/1/2021 7/1/2022 7/1/2 First dwelling unit $61.73 $64.14 $66.64 $ 611.11 Each additional dwelling unit $55.69 $57.86 $60.12 $57.86 Meter Non-residential services Size 7/1/21 7/1/22 I 7/1/23 5/8" 3/4" $ 55.07 $ 57.22 $ 59.45$ 57.22 1" $ 69.71 $ 72.43 $ 75.25$ 72.43 1 1/2" $ 82.88 $ 86.11 $ 89.47$ 86.11 2„ $ 125.40 $ 130.29 $ 135.37$ 130.29 3„ $ 140.82 $ 146.31 $ 152.02$ 146.31 2023 Master Fees and Charges Page 11 Section 1: General 4„ $ 183.30 $ 190.45 $ 197.88$ 190.45 6„ $ 225.49 $ 234.28 $ 243.42 $234.28 8" $ 268.06 $ 278.51 $ 289.37 $278.51 10" $ 310.60 $ 322.71 $ 335.30 $322.71 12" $ 437.77 $ 454.84 $ 472.58 $151.81 USAGE: Per 100 cubic feet(ccf)of average winter water usage 7/1/21 7/1/22 7/1/23 Residential customers $2.37/ccf $2.28/ccf $2.37/ccf 2.46/ccf Non-residential customers $3.56/ccf $3.43/ccf $3.56/ccf 3.70/ccf a. The above Sewer Usage Rate per 100 cubic feet of average monthly water consumption is based on a customer's average water use during three applicable winter billing cycles. If the full three winter billing cycles are not available,whatever billing record is available shall be used for the computation. b. Where no average winter water usage is available or where it is deemed inappropriate to use in some unusual circumstance for residential, use the standard City-wide average of 8ccf per month multiplied by the standard sewer rates listed above. c. The monthly sewer utility user charge for property within the City and served by Clean Water Services (CWS)of Washington County shall be equal to the monthly service charge established by the agency for similar uses served by the Agency system.The City Manager shall keep on file for public inspection a copy of the current rate structure. Clean Water Services Charge 7/1/20 7/1/21 7/1/22 7/1/233 CWS Sewer-fixed base charge $30.03 $31.38 $32.64 n/a CWS Sewer-usage charge $ 1.99 $ 2.08 $ 2.16 n/a 2. If the City is requested to conduct a sewer connection verification test,a fee of$60 will be charged for each test. Homeowners requesting the test and residing at the residence are exempt from this fee. 3. A line charge shall be assessed upon connection to portions of the sewer system. The City Engineer is authorized to establish additional benefited project areas upon completion of new projects that are constructed under the City's Sewer Extension Program. Customers within the project area shall be assessed the line charge as a condition of receiving a connection permit. The line charge will be reviewed annually and adjusted to reflect actual construction costs of eligible projects or the change in the Engineering News Record Construction Cost Index(20-City Average)as published in October of the preceding year. The charges shown below are for eligible projects already completed through the date of this resolution: 3 Not known at this time,usually becomes available on June 15c Page 12 2023 Master Fees and Charges Section 1: General a. For the following project areas,the cost per single family connection $ 25,87327,347 4 Sundeleaf Drive Deemar Way Country Club Road Mardee Avenue Bryant Road/Old Gate Road Stonebridge Way Jean Road Upper Drive west of Bryant Carman Drive b. A multiple of the above fee in 3a with the multiplier equal to the number of single family connections that could be developed on the subject property under R-5 zoning,as determined by the City Engineer.4 4. Special Sewer Connection Charges: a. Fairway Road Project (pursuant to Ordinance#2262) $ /11,737 46,745 s b. Rivergrove Sewer Connection Charges(pursuant to Zone-of-Benefit [ZOB] Ordinance#2352) Refer to final ZOB ordinance for fees by lot. Various 5 4 Indexed annually by the Engineering News Record Construction Cost Index(CCI)for 20-City Average. Amount is rounded to the nearest dollar. 5 Indexed annually by the Engineering News Record Construction Cost Index(CCI)for Seattle. Amount is rounded to the nearest dollar. Note: For items 3 through 4,SDC charges may apply and are in addition to the line charges shown. 2023 Master Fees and Charges Page 13 Section 1: General Stormwater Rates 1. The stormwater management utility user charge shall be as follows{LOC 38.06.020 2(c)}: a. Each customer using a location for a single-family home or a duplex shall be charged the fee as shown in the table below. b. All other parcels shall be charged per the table below per Equivalent Service Unit(ESU).Total ESUs charged is determined by dividing the total impervious area by 3,030 and rounding to the nearest whole number. 7/1/21 7/1/22 7/1/23 $ 18.87 $ 20.19 $20.19 Fixed monthly rate 21.60 2. Tampering Fine.The fine for tampering with the City utility system shall be equal to the total of the cost of correcting the tampering, plus any utility fee revenue estimated by the City to have been lost or affected by the tampering,and a $100 fine. (LOC 38.26.915). Page 14 2023 Master Fees and Charges Section 1: General Street Maintenance Fee (LOC 37) LOC 37.02.015 A Street Maintenance Fee was established by Ordinance No. 2373 in an amount to be adjusted from time to time, by resolution of the City Council. The fee is based upon the relative direct and indirect use of,or benefit from,the City street system that results from activities within the City, and shall be imposed upon the persons responsible for each developed property upon which such activities occur. LOC 37.02.020 All funds collected pursuant to this Chapter shall be used to pay costs of operation, maintenance, repair, engineering, improvement, renewal, replacement and reconstruction of the City street system. LOC 37.04.010 The Street Maintenance Fee shall be billed and collected with and as part of the combined utility user charge billing pursuant to LOC 38.06.020 and LOC 38.06.030. In the event funds received from the City's utility billings are inadequate to satisfy in full all of the water,sewer,stormwater,and street maintenance fees,credit shall be first given in this order: street maintenance fee,stormwater,sewer,and then water. Rates'and Effective Dates(Per Resolution 10-19 and 10-20): a. Residential groups will be billed 100%of the following per resident fees monthly: Effective Effective Effective July 1,2021 July 1,2022 July 1,2023 $ 10.65 Single family $ 9.95 $ 10.65 16.07 $ 7.61 Multi-family(per unit) $ 7.11 $ 7.61 11.48 b. Non-Residential groups will be billed the following fees monthly, multiplied by their square footage: Effective Effective Effective MF- July 1,2021 July 1,2022 July 1,2023 $ 6.51 Group I $ 6.08 $ 6.51 $9.82 $ 14.65 Group ll $ 13.69 $ 14.65 $ 22.11 $ 54.70 Group Ill $51.12 $54.70 $82.55 General"Group"classification defined as: Group I: less than 29 vehicle trip miles per day, per 1,000 sq ft Group II: from 29 to 90 vehicle trip miles per day, per 1,000 sq ft Group Ill: greater than 90 vehicle trip miles per day, per 1,000 sq ft 6 Indexed annually by the Engineering News Record Construction Cost Index(CCI)for 20-City Average. Per Resolution 10-20,index adjustment shall not be less than a two percent increase or more than a seven percent increase. The increase this year of 50.9%includes both an increase of 5.7%for CCI as well as for an increase of 45.2%or$1.5M for annual pathway funding. 2023 Master Fees and Charges Page 15 Section 1: General Business License and Liquor License Business License A business with anticipated or established gross revenue during a calendar year of no more than$1,000 and at least 50%owned by a person under 19 years of age,are exempt from the following annual business license fees (LOC 20.02.025): 3 or fewer 4—10 11 or more Business License Fees employees employees employees Initial issue fee $80 $ 110 $ 150 Renewal fee received on or before renewal date $64 $ 84 $ 110 Renewal fee received after renewal date $80 $ 110 $ 150 Additional review fee' $20 $ 30 $ 45 1. Renewal Period: Applications for new business licenses should be submitted at least 30 days before the business opens. New business licenses are in effect for the full twelve months after the month of initial issuance. They are renewed annually thereafter. 2. Appeal Fees: Appeal of issue,denial,suspension,or revocation of license $200 3. Temporary Business License: License shall be valid for no more than two successive weeks during a calendar year.They are non- renewable with a minimum fee of$25 per week(or portion thereof)and a maximum fee of$50 per two-week period. Applicants are restricted to two temporary licenses per year. 4. Business License Violation Fee $550 Liquor License The Oregon Liquor Control Commission (OLCC)solicits the City's recommendation on applications for new, renewed,or changed liquor licenses.The City will no longer charge a fee for this service. 'Additional review fee applies to any application(initial or renewal)that requires additional review. Page 16 2023 Master Fees and Charges Section 1: General Dog License (LOC 31.02.115) Every person keeping a dog that has a set of permanent canine teeth or is 6 months old,whichever comes first, shall procure a license for the dog. The license must be procured by paying the following fee to the City, not later than 30 days after the person becomes keeper of the dog. A dog license shall be valid for up to 1,2,or 3 years, and shall expire on the appropriate month end of the respective year.To stay within State Law, no license may be issued with an expiration date that is beyond the end of the month of the applicable rabies vaccination expiration date. Licenses are not prorated for partial years. Expires on the appropriate month end Dog license fees One year Two years Three years Rabies $21 $18 8 vaccination Infertile $30 $60 $90 required $419 Fertile $50 $100 $150 Delinquent license charge (after 2mo. past due) $20 plus license fee Replacement dog tag $ 5 Dog impounded without license License fee plus impoundment fee Impoundment fee(first pickup) $30 Impoundment fee(additional within 90 days) $60 Shelter fee Set by Clackamas County Dog Control Shelter Dog license exceptions 1. Seeing-eye or other assistance dog: No fee is charged for certified seeing-eye or other assistance dogs as defined in ORS 346.659A,such as"in-training", hearing-ear, or other assistance types recognized by a qualified organization. 2. Rabies vaccination due to medical reasons: No rabies vaccination certificate is required as long as(1)the examining veterinarian certifies that the dog should be exempted from the rabies vaccination due to medical reasons and (2)states whether the reason is permanent or the date when exemption ends. 3. Kenneled for commercial sale(and not at large): The fee for a dog that is kept primarily in kennels for commercial sale(and not permitted to run at large)as part of a dog breeder's inventory is$0; a dog that is kept primarily in kennels(and not permitted to run at large), but is removed from the dog breeder's inventory is$5. The keeper must provide evidence that the keeper is a dog breeder and that the dog is a part of the breeder's inventory and/or is kept primarily in kennels for commercial sale and not permitted to run at large. 4. New resident or new dog: New dogs are required to be licensed within 30 days of the owner becoming a resident,of acquisition,or of first rabies shot,and for a one,two or three year license,depending on the expiration of the rabies shot.After an additional 60 days,the delinquent license charge is added to the regular license fee. 5—New dog licensed elsewhere: No fee is charged to owners of new dogs currently licensed elsewhere, but are required to register the dog and obtain a City of Lake Oswego dog tag. 2023 Master Fees and Charges Page 17 Section 1: General Rights of Way Usage Fee On January 2,2019,the Lake Oswego City Council adopted Ordinance 2804,adding Lake Oswego Code Chapter 51 ("Utilities Facilities in Public Rights of Way").Chapter 51 established uniform regulations for utility operations in the City's right of way,as well as a licensing and registration process that replaced individually negotiated franchise agreements. Fees associated with Ordinance 2804 and Chapter 51 of Lake Oswego City Code were established via Resolution 19-03, also adopted January 2, 2019. Utility Service Annual Rights of Way Usage Fee* Electric 5%of gross revenue Natural Gas 5%of gross revenue Cable 5%of gross revenue,or maximum amount permitted by applicable law Communications 5%of gross revenue, 8$3.38 per linear foot of utilities in the rights-of-way,or a minimum annual fee of$5,'16'E$5,628,whichever is greater;or the maximum amount permitted by applicable law. The per-linear-foot fee and the minimum fee shall increase 3% annually on January 1st of each year, beginning January 1, 20208 Any utility operator that does not Based on Total Linear Feet of Utility Facilities in the Rights-of-Way: earn gross revenue within the City. Up to 5,000: $6,556$6,753 5,001-10,000: $8,712$9,004 10,001-20,000: $13,112$13,505 More than 20,000: $21,855$22,511 The minimum fee shall increase 3%annually on January 1st of each year, beginning January 1, 2020. "Gross Revenue" means any and all revenue,of any kind, nature or form without deduction for expense, less net uncollectibles,derived from the operation of utility facilities in the City,subject to all applicable limitations in federal or state law. Rights of Way License Application fee $250 for a five:-year license Rights of Way Annual Registration fee $150 * Government provided water,sewer,and stormwater utilities are not charged this fee. 8 Fees listed incorporate 3%escalator as of January 1,2021 Page 18 2023 Master Fees and Charges Section 1: General Attachment Fees As per City of Lake Oswego Ordinance 2820 and established in Resolution 19-03,wireless providers that deploy infrastructure within the city right of way are subject to the following fees: Wireless Facility permit fee, charged for each wireless facility $967.17$996.19 per application submitted to the City application Additional attachment fee, if placed on City owned pole $843.57$868.88 annually Additional fee for optional permit pre-application meeting $518.09$533.63 per occurrence Additional fee for knockdown of any pole with wireless facility $427.45$440.27 per attachment occurrence All fees shall increase 3%annually on January 15t of each year, beginning January 1, 2020 9 9 Fees listed incorporate 3%escalator as of January 1,2022 2023 Master Fees and Charges Page 19 Section 1: General Franchise Fees (as set by franchise agreements) Electricity and Natural Gas Portland General Electric Northwest Natural° Franchise fee: 3.5%of defined gross revenue Franchise fee: 3%of gross revenue collected Expires January 17, 2023 (Ordinance 2610) Expired January 13, 2021 (Ordinance 2565} Garbage/Solid Waste Republic Services Franchise fee: 5%of gross cash receipts Expires December 13,2022 (Ordinance 2600) Franchise fee: 4.3%of gross revenue Expires April 17, 2022 (Ordinance 2'l8'1} Cable Comcast(MACC) Ziply Fiber(MACC) Franchise fee: 5%of gross revenue Franchise fee: 5%of gross revenue Expires June 30,2025 (Ordinance 2681) Expires May 25,2022 (Ordinance 2486) Telecommunication Services Clackamas County Astound Broadband No franchise fee(City receives use of 4 strands of Franchise Fee:A minimum of$1,500 per quarter fiber) Expires August 4, 2025 (Ordinance 2691) or 5%of gross revenue—whichever is greater Expires December 17,2025 (Ordinance 2693) Northwest Natural now falls under Rights of Way Usage Fee. Page 20 2023 Master Fees and Charges Section 1: General Public Records Feesii 1. Copies of finance documents: Biennial Budget $25 per copy Available online Annual Audit(Comprehensive Annual Financial $25 per copy Available online Report) Biennial LORA Budget $ 5 per copy Available online Annual LORA Audit(Year-end Financial Report) $ 5 per copy Available online 2. Copies of planning and engineering documents: Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) $56 per copy Available online Community Development Code(City Code Ch 50) $64 per copy Available online Comprehensive Plan $56 per copy Available online Public Facilities Plan $29 per copy Available online Public Facilities Plan Appendix $56 per copy Available online Neighborhood Plans $ 19 per copy Available online 3. Copies of maps: Zoning map $20 per copy Available online Comprehensive Plan map $20 per copy Available online City Limits map $20 per copy Available online City Atlas with binder $50 per copy City Atlas(update w/o binder) $0.25 per page 4. Copies of Lake Oswego City Code: Copies of Lake Oswego City Code— $55 Available online excludes Ch 50(no binder) Copies of City Code in PDF format(CD) $20 Available online Copies of Community Development Code $20 Available online in PDF format(CD) 5. Copies of community surveys $ 10 per copy Available online 6. General service copies $0.25 per page 7. Flash Drives $ 8 8 MB $ 9 16 MB $ 13 32MB 8. Records research $25 per 15 minutes/request(minimum$25) plus copies and materials charges 9. Blueprints $ 1 to$7 depending on map size plus $0.50 to$3.50 for overlays 11 Unless otherwise specified under individual department section. 2023 Master Fees and Charges Page 21 Section 1: General Miscellaneous Fees 1. Employment application fee(including assessment tools&testing): Time&materials, not to exceed $25. 2. Administration Fee of 20%for insurance claims related to damage to City property. 3. Use fees(as shown in the Administrative Procedures Manual, Procedure No.2): First use of City facilities shall be by City or other governmental entities.These use fees will be applicable to private parties using City facilities. Fee will include, but is not limited to,a facility supervisor fee, a janitorial fee, and a building use fee.A security and/or cleaning deposit may also be required. Fee may be waived at the discretion of the City Manager, barring requirements by State or local codes. a. Facility supervisor fee: Based upon employee's hourly rate plus benefits and applicable overhead charges. If overtime is involved,the overtime rate will be charged. b. Janitorial fee: Hourly rate plus benefits of the custodial staff and applicable overhead charges will be charged to the user. c. Building use fee: Community Room (Council Chambers and Courtroom)$1002-5 per for the first hour and $50 per additional hour, Conference Room $50 for the first hour and$25 per additional hour except for certain parkPark facilities have separate fees,seer,Section 67. 4. Request for construction contract bidding documents: As established in the Invitation to Bid. 5. Filming permit processing fee(LOC 20.06.400) $ 1,000 Filming permit processing fee appeal $ 100 See Commercial Filming in City Parks in Section 6 for additional fees(page 33) 6. Lien search fee Initial search per tax lot $58 for initial search Subsequent search of same tax lot $ 15 for next 90 days 7. NSF check charges $20 for first offense $35 for repeat offenses 8. Parking stall fee $ 1 per hour per stall (Stalls could be located in public right-a-way or public parking lots) 9. Passport Fees made payable to U.S. Department of State a. For"minor"applications(under 16 years old) $ 80 b. For"adult" applications(16 years or older) $ 110 All passport fees are c. To EXPEDITE any passport application ... add $ 60 set by the U.S. d. For"minor" Passport Card only(under 16 years old) $ 15 Department of State e. For"adult" Passport Card only(16 years or older) $ 30 10. Passport Fees made payable to "City of Lake Oswego" a. For regular passport applications $ 35 per passport application b. For Passport Card applications $ 35 per PASS Card only Only one fee charged if applying for both 11. Passport photo fee $ 15 per set of two Page 22 2023 Master Fees and Charges Section 2: City Attorney's Office City Attorney's Office The following fees shall be charged for the services of the City Attorney's Office: Discovery Fees 1. Copies up to 10 pages $ 15 Each additional page $0.25 2. Audio and video copies $20 50 first tape/DVD/CD/USB $ 156 each additional copy 3. Review and Redaction of Audio and $60/hour,after first 30 minutes(billed at 15-minute increments) Video 43. Copies of photographs $ 1 per letter-size page(4 color print to a page) $520 burned to CD(for up to 30) 54. Flash Drives $ 8 8 MB $ 9 16 MB $ 13 32MB City Code 1. See Section 1:General, Public Record Fees,on page 19. 2023 Master Fees and Charges Page 23 Section 3: Fire Department Fire Department The following fees shall be charged for the Fire Department activities of the City.Any non-listed expenses to provide services in Section 3 will be charged at cost. General Fees 1. Fire and Inspection Reports a. Reports up to 10 pages $25 Each additional page over 10 $0.25 b. Additional research time past first 15 minutes $25 per 15 minutes charged to nearest quarter hour. 2. Fire Investigation Information and Other a. Narrative report up to 10 pages $25 Each additional page over 10 $0.25 b. Digital disk copies $25 Each additional copy same disk $ 16 Plus charge for each picture $0.25 c. Photo log $25 each d. Staff time past first 15 minutes charged to the $25 per 15 minutes nearest quarter hour 3. Non-listed expenses to provide services in Section 3 Charged at cost Medical Services and Transport Fees 1. Advanced Life Support Treatment and Transport $1,399.131,448.09 (+mileage) 2. Basic Life Support Tr atmcnt and TransportNon- $1,399.13991.52 Emergent Transport ALS(+mileage) 3. Non-Emergent Transport BLS(+mileage) $667.684 4. Treatment without Transport(per hour, rounded to $316.35 the quarter hour; 1 hour minimum,) plus supplies used at cost 5. Mil age Emergent Patient-Loaded Milage $29.3130.33 per mile (Mileage charges begin at the location of the emergency/incident scene and end at the destination facility, and are rounded up to the next tenth of a mile.) 6. Non-Emergent Patient-Loaded Mileage $23.28 per mile (Mileage charges begin at the location of the emergency/incident scene and end at the destination facility,and are rounded up to the next tenth of a mile.) 76. Ambulance/Medical Standby Fees (Standby fees are assessed on an hourly bases from the time personnel arrive at the event until the conclusion of onsite functions in%hour increments.) a. Paramedics(2 paramedic minimum,3 hour $63.2767.11 per paramedic per hour minimum Page 24 2023 Master Fees and Charges Section 3: Fire Department b. Ambulance $55 per hour c. Billing/Administration $ 100 Emergency Services Rates 1. Apparatus costs: Per current Oregon Fire Service Mobilization Plan fee schedule. 2. Personnel costs: Fire employee's actual hourly rate plus benefits or the actual personnel costs to replace on-shift firefighters in their assigned capacity. 3. Dive team and boat team operations:Apparatus and personnel costs apply; plus$60 per hour for specialty equipment maintenance and miscellaneous costs associated with the use of specialty equipment. 4. Emergency standby for hazardous utility incidents where Fire needs to protect life and property: $289.81 per hour after the first half hour. 5. Non-emergency standby for special events: $289.81 per hour for Fire Apparatus 6. Calls for emergency services for accidents on highways, public right-of-ways, railways,or resulting from other transportation incidents exceeding 0.5 hours may be billed according to the current payment schedule in the Oregon State Mobilization Plan adopted by the Oregon State Fire Marshal's Office. Fire and Life Safety Plan Reviews 1. Preliminary water and emergency access evaluation for all pre-applications $ 70 2. Detailed water and emergency access evaluation for all development and building permit applications: a. Minor partitions(up to 3 lots) $ 140 b. Subdivisions $ 250 c. Commercial $250 d. All other applications requiring fire review $ 140 3. All fire code construction permits requiring fire review $ 250 4. All Fire Code Operational Permits $ 200 5. Mobile Emergency Responder Radio Coverage(MERRC) a. 0 to 50,000 sq.ft. $0.50 per sq.ft. b. Additional sq.ft.from 50,001 to 100,000 $0.30 per sq.ft. c. Additional sq.ft. exceeding 100,000 $0.10 per sq.ft. Fire and Life Safety Inspections 1. Initial inspection and 1st follow-up No fee 2. Each additional inspection, required for compliance $ 107 per hour 3. After-hours inspections $ 150 per hour(1 hour minimum) 4. Re-inspection fee for new construction after the second violation $ 107 per hour 2023 Master Fees and Charges Page 25 Section 4: Library Library The following fees shall be charged for the Library Department activities of the City: General Fees (LOC 16.08.310) 1. Uniform Library Network Fees Non-resident card $95 per family per year 2. Library Penalty Fees Lost and damaged library items Replacement cost,as determined by staff 3. Sale of withdrawn/surplus items Varies;typically$0.10-$3 4. Overdue fine $0.25 10 per item per day,with a$15 maximum fine per item for adult material and a$3 maximum fine for children's material $ 1.00 per item per day,with a maximum fine equal to the replacement cost of the item,for Library of Things material $5.00 per item per day,with a maximum fine equal to the replacement cost of the item,for equipment 5. Photocopy charges General photocopy charges $0.10 per page Reference collection photocopies $0.10 per page (first 5 pages are free) Black and white internet printing charges $0.10 per page(first dollar used in any combination of color and/or black&white is waived) Color internet printing charges $0.25 per page(first dollar used in any combination of color and/or black&white is waived) Page 26 2023 Master Fees and Charges Section 5: Municipal Court Municipal Court The following fees shall be charged for the Municipal Court activities of the City: General Fees 1. Delayed Payment Fee This fee is assessed in order to help defray the costs of deferred payment of fines. Duration of Payments Amount added to fine 0 to 60 days $ 0 Over 60 days $ 15 2. Vacate Fee $20 This is a fee charged when someone requests the Municipal Court Judge to review a file, change the status,and/or vacate a charge from the DMV record. Expungcment Fee $ 5 This fee is required by anyone filing an application for expungemcnt. 4. Fix-it-ticket Administrative Fee $35 This fee is charged when the citing officer has designated the citation as one that will be dismissed if proof of correction is provided before the initial appearance date. 5. Good Driver Deferred Sentencing Program Administrative Fee Fee shall be the equivalent of the reduced presumptive fine for the charged offense. 6. Seatbelt and Child Restraint Violation Deferred Sentencing Program Administrative Fee $ 100 7. Civil Compromise Administrative Fee $ 150 8. Court Appearance Audio Recording $25 each 9. Certified Copies of Court Documents $5 each 10. Copies up to 10 pages $ 15 Each additional page $0.25 2023 Master Fees and Charges Page 27 Section 6: Parks & Recreation Parks & Recreation The following fees shall be charged for the Parks& Recreation activities of the City: Recreation Services and Activities The services and activity programs within Parks&Recreation are designed to meet the expectations of the Lake Oswego community.A wide range of recreational activities are offered to all ages and ability levels.Services and activity programs are offered to families and individuals at an affordable price and well within market value. Fees Each division shall determine fees based upon marketability and associated expenses for the specific program or service. 1. Lake Oswego residents are given priority in registration and pricing for recreation services and activities. Non-residents are charged additional fees of up to 1.5 times the base activity rate. 2. Fees are designed to cover 100%of the expenses associated with activities. Factors included in rates are: Instructor wages and benefits,supplies/materials,entrance/admission fees,advertising,and transportation. 3. Contract service provision of activities include fees to cover total expense plus a program administrative percentage. Service providers are paid a negotiated sum per participant. 4. Lake Oswego Parks&Recreation (LOPR) Refund Policy • 100%refund to each registered and paid participant if LOPR cancels an activity,class or event. • 100%refund for an activity fee if refund is requested seven calendar days prior to start date of activity. • Refunds requested within seven calendar days prior to the start date of the activity are subject to$10 processing fee (fee applies to each activity withdrawal). • In lieu of a refund,the$10 processing fee is waived with an option for activity fee credit on customer account.All credits are non-refundable and applicable for LOPR activity registration or user fees. • After an activity start date(day of or after),only a prorated refund credit on customer account is issued. fee. In lieu of a refund, a voucher may be requested toward a future activity and the$5 fee is waived.All issued vouchers arc nonrefundable and must be used prior to the end of the following fiscal year. Exceptions to the refund policy may be made at staff's discretion depending upon extenuating circumstances. Indoor Tennis Center 1. Court Fees $242-$328/hour Seasonal $228-$264/hour 2. Activity Rates a. Staff Instructed Activities—Fees established by determining the instruction hourly rate charged plus an additional administrative program percentage determined by market. b. Private Lessons—Instructors who are employees of the City may teach private lessons. Instructors must pay the City for the use of the courts at the seasonal rate. Page 28 2023 Master Fees and Charges Section 6: Parks & Recreation c. Lake Oswego residents are given priority in registration and pricing for recreation classes and activities. Non-residents are charged additional fees of up to 1.5 times the base class or activity rate. 3. Card Key Fee—A non-refundable fee of$240 resident,$320 non-resident annually. An additional fcc of$10 resident,$20 non resident is charged for replacement of the card. 4. Additional Fees—The Tennis Center shall be able to add new activities or programs during the year in order to promote marketability of the facility.As with other activities,fees will be based on instruction hourly rate charged plus an additional program administrative percentage determined by market. 5. Room Rental Fees Dibbins Room Non-Profit up to 3 hours all Others Non-Refundable Cleaning Fee $10 $10 Non-Refundable Cleaning Fee (with Food) $25 $25 Refundable Deposit $25 $100 Hourly Usage Fee $25/Hour $50/Hour Exceptions to the rental policy may be made at staff's discretion depending upon extenuating circumstances. Athletic Field User Charges 1. L ague CI aning&trash disposal fee $200 per s ason {Covers cost of trash pick up on athletic fields over and above regular trash disposal). 2, Turf Field fees Natural Turf Artificial Turf Category Daytime With lights Daytime With lights Category 1(P&R and LOSDLOPR Programs) No Charge No Charge No Charge No Charge Category 2 (Recognized local youth $ 130/hr $ 182/hr $ 150/hr $2044/hr organizations, LOSD) Category 3 (locally sponsored}) $30/hr $40/hr $30/hr $40/hr Category 4(non-local &for-profit) $80/hr $ 100/hr $80/hr $ 100/hr Category 1 Applies to all City affiliated activities, Community School activities,School District sport activitiesLORP&City of Lake Oswego affiliated activities. Category 2 their memberships/participants must be Lake Oswego residents.Additionally,these Organizations must maintain a category Groups that hav^ alified nd ^ rrently"recognized local youth I agues/organizations" include L.O. tittle League, L.O.Junior Baseball, L.O. Girls'Softball, Pacer Junior Baseball, Lakeridge& L.O.Youth Football, L.O. Youth Lacrosse and Lake Oswego Soccer Club. Currently no additional local youth I agues/organizations may be added to this category or become recognized due to lack of field space availability.Applies to recognized local youth organizations and Lake Oswego School District. 2023 Master Fees and Charges Page 29 Section 6: Parks & Recreation • 70%of participants are local residents. Participants considered local residents have a local home address and/or attend a public school in the Lake Oswego School District. • Additionally,these Organizations must maintain a "good standing"with LOPR in order to remain in this category. • Organizations must be based in Lake Oswego. Local youth organizations under the Community Schools Program are included. Category 3 This category aApplies to tournaments, events,camps,clinics, and activities that are hosted by local youth leagues/organizations,including athletic/sport I agues,civic groups,churches, business organizations, neighborhood associations,and individual residents for non profit purposes. "Local" is defined as those organizations based in Lake Oswego or where a majority of the organization's participants or members arc Lake Oswego residents. (Examples include the Oswego Nike Cup hosted by the Lake Oswego Soccer Club, neighborhood association events, and Chamber of Commerce activities.} • This includes other School Districts,athletics/sport leagues,civic groups, churches, business organizations, neighborhood associations,and individual residents for non-profit purposes. Category 4 This category aApplies to all clinics,camps,tournaments,and activities hosted by non-local organizations. "Non local" is defined as those organizations not based in Lake Oswego, or where a majority of the organization's participants or members arc not Lake Oswego residents. (Examples include i9 Sports.)This category also applies to all for profit entities, regardless of whether or not they arc based in Lake Oswego or have a majority of Lake Oswego residents participating in programs. (Examples include a baseball camp offered by Northwest Diamond Sports. and p a+e ort s ) .-This category also applies to all for-profit entities, regardless of location address or local participation percentage. Additional Fees. City may charge additional fees for category 3 and 1 users, over and above the hourly rates listed,to cover costs such as concession stand use,cl aning,garbage, etc. 1. League Cleaning&trash disposal fee $200 per session (Covers cost of trash pick-up on athletics fields over and above regular trash disposal) 2 Field light turn off fee: $50 per occurrence 3. A field light turn off fee will be applied to billing when lights are not turned off by field users and must be turned off by City Staff.This fee applies in the following circumstances: a. Cancelled field use,without notification for the purpose of turning off field lights or to cancel requested field lights programming. b. Leaving field earlier than the scheduled reserved time without turning off lights. 3. Additional Fees: Page 30 2023 Master Fees and Charges Section 6: Parks & Recreation City may charge field use,without notification for the purpose of turning of turning off field lights or to cancel requested field lights programming 4. Tournament and Camp Refund • Tournaments and Camps will not be issued a refund or credit due to unused fields or hours • Cancellations made at least 7 days in advance will receive a full refund minus a $25 cancellation fee. 5 Field Preparation Fees Local Organizations: 4. Baseball/Softball Fields No charge for initial set-up Additional lining$75* Soccer League Fields No charge for initial set-up Additional lining(large field) $200150* Additional lining(small field) $200120* Football Fields No charge for initial set-up Additional lining $200* *Subject to written approval by the Parks and Recreation Director or designee 5. Admission/Event Fees: Organizations which charge admission or event fees at any City athletic field must notify the Parks and Recreation Department ten days before the scheduled event and will be charged 10%of the gross income received.The group will be required to provide Parks and Recreation with financial records of their event within five working days after the completion of the event.Spectators who do not wish to pay admission or make a donation are to be ADMITTED FREE. 6. Drop-in gym programs $4 Resident $86 Non-resident Adult Community Center Fees 1. Human Services Programs a. A per participant donation may be suggested for specified human service programs. b. Fees are designed to cover up to 100%of the expenses associated with the Social Services trips and Respite Program. c. A$30-$50 per session (per participant) resident,$35-$55 per session (pre participant) non-resident fee is designed to cover direct expenses associated with the respite program. d. Classes and other programs generating revenue for another entity, but held at LOACC may be charged a per person fee. 2. Shuttle Bus Transportation to and from the Center. Suggested donation is$1 per one-way ride. 3. Refund Policy • 100%refund to each registered and paid participant if LOPR cancels an activity, class or event. • 100%refund for an activity fee if refund is requested seven calendar days prior to start date of activity. • Refunds requested within seven calendar days prior to the start date of the activity are subject to$10 processing fee(fee applies to each activity withdrawal). 2023 Master Fees and Charges Page 31 Section 6: Parks & Recreation • In lieu of a refund,the$10 processing fee is waived with an option for activity fee credit on customer account.All credits are non-refundable and applicable for LOPR activity registration or user fees. • After an activity start date (day of or after),only a prorated refund credit on customer account is issued. Notification is required and is indicated by the "cancel by" date for trips and activities. A refund will be given less a $5 processing fee. If notified after the class has begun, a prorated refund may be given less a$5 processing fee.All refunds under$25, unless paid with a credit card,arc granted as vouchers toward future use. Exceptions to the refund policy may be made at staff's discretion depending upon extenuating circumstances. 4. Trip Refund Policy gay-Trip Refund Policy:There are no refunds for strips that include expenses prepaid by the ACC unless a replacement participant can be found.All other day trips may be canceled with a refund tiia to five working days prior to departure.A$5 cancellation fee will be deducted from the refund. Full refund is given if the ACC cancels a trip.per the L.O. Park& Recreation refund policy. 5. Room Rental Fees12 Adult Community Center Non-Profit Organization All Others Up to 3 hours Oak/Acorn Rooms: Non-Refundable Cleaning Fee $25 $25 Non-Refundable Cleaning Fee(with food) $50 $50 Refundable Deposit $75 $200 Hourly Usage Fee $503-5/hr $ 100/hr Trillium/Hazel/Dogwood/Birch/Cedar/Madrone Rooms: Non-Refundable Cleaning Fee $ 10 $ 10 Non-Refundable Cleaning Fee(with food) $25 $25 Refundable Deposit $25 $ 100 Hourly Usage Fee $25/hr $50/hr TV/DVD $20 per use $ 20 per use Projector/In Focus $ 25 per use $ 25 per use Screen $ 10 per use $ 10 per use Microphone $ 10 per use $ 10 per use Hybrid Equipment $ 20 per use $ 20 per use Podium $ 20 per use $ 20 per use After hour staff $ 25 per hour Exceptions to the rental policy may be made at staff's discretion depending upon extenuating circumstances. 6. Additional Fees The Adult Community Center shall be able to add new activities or programs during the year in order to promote marketability of the facility.As with other activities,the fee will be based on a base rate plus overhead. 12 Non-residents are charged fees 1.5 times the resident fees for all rental fees. Page 32 2023 Master Fees and Charges Section 6: Parks & Recreation Swim Park Daily usage is free to local residents in compliance with an agreement between the Lake Corporation and the City of Lake Oswego Water Sports Center The City contracts with the Lake Oswego Community Rowing Club Foundation has an agreement with the City to for program delivery and operation operate of the Water Sports Center. User activity fees are set by the Lake Oswego Community Rowing Club Foundation. Park ReservationSheltef Fees13 1. Facility Rental—Exceptions to Section 1, Miscellaneous Fees, page 20. Facility Rate I Rate II Rate III $875/3 $ 1090/3 $ 1980/3 Park Picnic Shelters hrs hrs hrs Millennium Park pergola area $ 1100/hr $ 160/hr $460/hr Millennium Stage/grassy knoll $ 650/hr $ 1100/hr $3100/hr Foothills Park Pavilion $ 1100/hr $ 16&0/hr $36&0/hr Foothills Aamphitheater $ 1100/hr $ 165.0/hr $3100/hr Foothills Pavilion Grass Area $ 60/hr $ 110/hr $ 310/hr Foothills Vviewing Deolphins" $ 650/hr $ 870/hr $2240/hr Roehr Park Amphitheater&Vviewing $ 1650/hr $2320/hr $5240/hr Ddolphin" Excursion boat dock—commercial docking $ 65.0/hr $ 87.0/hr $2240/hr Non-shelter Parks Areas14 $ 650/hr $ 870/hr $2240/hr Non refundable cl aning fee Refundable damage deposit Park Shelters $0 $ 100/use er $400/use special events Premier Parks: Millennium Plaza Park, Foothills Park and Roehr Park; and Rochr Park $ 150/use $500/use Special Events $ 500/use Rate I: Open or closed to the public;events with no sales, no admission fees, no concession sales, no entry fees,and no pledges of future revenues; no sponsor signage allowed. Rate II: Open to the public; events which generate sales,admission fees,concessions,entry fees and/or pledges of future revenues;sponsor signage allowed. Rate III: Closed to the public;events which generate sales, admission fees,concessions,entry fees, and/or pledges of future revenues;sponsor signage allowed. 13 Non-residents are charged fees 1.5 times the resident fees for all rental fees. 14 Includes lawn areas,gardens,historical sites,or use of ball fields or parking lots for special events. 2023 Master Fees and Charges Page 33 Section 6: Parks & Recreation 2. Food trucks with facility reservation' $6&0/hr 3. Special Event Application Fees and Special Event Park Reservations • Special Event Application Fee-other than for City Sponsored Events Application must be received 60 days prior to the event. Fee is$150. • For reservations that are tied to a Special Event Permit that use park areas,standard Park/Premier Park fees apply and are in addition to the Special Event Fee. • Additional City Staff maybe needed to support an event. In such case there is an additional $150/hr per person for the need time at the event. inflatables with facility reservation"- $50/reservation 4. Refund Policy • 100% refund of reservation fee if LOPR cancels the reservation. Shelter Reservation Refund: • If a reservation is canceled 14 days prior to reservation date, a full refund is given, less the$10 processing fee. • If a reservation is canceled less than 14 day prior to the reservation date only the refundable deposit will be refunded. Premier Park and Special Event Park Refund: • If a reservation is canceled 30 days prior to reservation date a full refund is given, less the$10 processing fee. • If a reservation is canceled less than 30 days prior to the reservation date 50%of the full payment will be refunded. The Special Event Permit Application fee is not refundable. Miscellaneous Fees 1. All Parks Plans $30 per copy 2. Research fee $25 per 15 minutes($25 minimum) plus copy and material charges 13 Non-residents are charged fees 1.5 times the resident fees for all rental fees 15 Food trucks and inflatables must be closed to the public. Page 34 2023 Master Fees and Charges Section 6: Parks & Recreation Commercial Photography and Filming in City Parks and Special Events See also Filming Permit in Section 1 for the additional processing fees, page 20. 1. Film/Video rate per venue a. One day fee-no park closure required $ 250 b. One day fee-park closure required $ 1,000 Damage deposit may be required,depending on scope of filming. 2. Still Photography rate per venue a. 1 to 5 hours $ 55 b. 6 to 24 hours $ 110 3. Annual Photo Pass(All Parks) $ 150 4. Long-term shoot:Any shoot over 24 hours will be considered a long shoot. Fees will be assessed for each 24 hour period. 5: Special Events Application Fees other than for City Sponsored events a: Permit Fee when application received at I ast 45 calendar days prior to event date. $400 Permit Expedite Fcc when application received less than 45 calendar days prior to event date(at I ast 10 business days advance notice needed,or event will be denied). $-200 56. Personnel Fees: City employees needed to assist with Special Events and/or Film Permits $105/hour/person,subject to availability. 2023 Master Fees and Charges Page 35 Section 7: Police Department Police Department The following fees shall be charged for the Police Department activities of the City: Security Alarm Permit and Fees (LOC 20.08.606) Voluntary Annual Alarm Permit Fee $25 Security Alarm Code Violation Fines (LOC 20.08.612) Fines for excessive false alarms in a permit year shall be as follows: Second false alarm in any year $ 100 Third false alarm in any year $ 125 Fourth false alarm in any year $ 175 Fifth false alarm in any year $275 Sixth and any additional false alarms $425 Fines for excessive false alarms WITH a voluntary alarm permit shall be as follows: Third and succeeding false alarm in any year $ 100 Police Reports (LOC 14.06.220) 1. Copies up to 10 pages $ 15 Each additional page $0.25 2. 911 audio recording $50 per recording Other audio and video recording.Audio and $50 first recording(DVD/CD/USB) &$ 15 each additional recordingcopy Video Copies CAD Incident Report $10 3. Review and Redaction of Audio and Video $60/hour, after first 30 minutes (billed at 15-minute increments) Miscellaneous Police Fees{LOC 14.06.020) 1. Records research (LOC 14.06.220) $25 per 15 minutes($25 minimum) plus copy and material charges 2. Copies of photographs (LOC 14.06.220) $ 1 per color print $50(for up to 30) burned to CD, plus$ 1 each thereafter 3. Storage fee at P.I.T.for vehicles&equipment $50 per day 4. Hazmat quarantine/investigation $250 per day 5. Police impounded vehicle fee $350 per vehicle 6. Overtime charge*for special events requiring police services are determined based upon which of the following positions are utilized for a minimum of 4 hours: Community Services Officer(CSO), Police Officer,Sergeant, Lieutenant,and/or Captain. *Contact the Police Department for this charge. Page 36 2023 Master Fees and Charges Section 8: Public Works Support Services Public Works Support Services The following fees shall be charged for the Public Works Support maintenance activities of the City: General Fees 1. Public facilities damage (street signs,water lines, etc.) Billed at cost plus 20%for overhead plus lost revenue 2. Sign installation for new subdivisions Billed at cost plus 20%for overhead Second inspection at cost plus 20%for overhead 3. Citizen-requested items(hydrant relocation,water service relocation, etc.) Billed at cost plus 20%for overhead 2023 Master Fees and Charges Page 37 Section 9: Building Building Division A 12%surcharge fee as mandated by the State Building Codes Division is applied to all permit fees. The following fees16 shall be charged for the Building Division activities of the City(LOC 45.01.040): Building Permits Valuation is based on the tables referenced in Oregon Administrative Rule 918-050-0100 and 0110. 1. Total Valuation $ 1 to$2,000 $102.82 up to and including$2,000 $2,001 to$25,000 $102.82 for the first$2,000 plus$9.40 for each additional $1,000 or fraction thereof, up to and including$25,000 $25,001 to$50,000 $319.02 for the first$25,000 plus$6.75 for each additional$1,000 or fraction thereof, up to and including$50,000 $50,001 to$ 100,000 $487.77 for the first$50,000 plus$4.70 for each additional$1,000 or fraction thereof, up to and including$100,000 $ 100,001 to$500,000 $722.77 for the first$100,000 plus$3.00 for each additional $1,000 or fraction thereof, up to and including$500,000 $500,001 to$ 1,000,000 $1,922.77 for first$500,000 plus$2.55 for each additional$1,000 or fraction thereof, up to and including$1,000,000 $ 1,000,001 and up $3,197.77 for first$1,000,000 plus$1.65 for each additional $1,000 or fraction thereof 2. Minimum Structural Permit $102.82 Fee 3. Plan review fees 65%of structural permit fee 4. Fire& life safety review fee 40%of structural permit fee(on commercial only) 5. Other inspections — see also Other Inspection and Fees(pg.44) a. Inspections for which no fee is specifically indicated $ 102.82 per hour b. Additional plan review required by changes,additions,or revisions to plans $ 102.82 per hour 6. Phased Plan Review Phased Plan Review fees shall be$250 plus 10%of the total project building permit fee and shall not exceed$1,500 pursuant to the authority of OAR 918-050-0160.This is in addition to standard plan review fees. 16 The Building Division Permit Fees and Plan Review Fees were modified and increased in response to implementation of the State of Oregon Permitting System,per Resolution 20-27. Page 38 2023 Master Fees and Charges Section 9: Building 7. Deferred submittals Plan Review The fee for processing and Plan Review of deferred submittals shall be 10%of the building permit fee, using the value of the particular deferred portion or portions of the project but not less than$275.This fee is in addition to standard Plan Review fees. Architects and Engineer's exemption for plan review of"conventional light frame construction" (allows architects and engineers to perform plan reviews in lieu of the jurisdiction) pursuant to the authority of ORS 455.628 8. Administration fee for processing and facilitating issuance $250 9. Commercial Fire Systems — based on valuation,see Structural Permit Fee Table 10. Residential Fire System —Standalone System, includes plan review Square footage Permit fee 0 to 2,000 $231.00 2,001 to 3,600 $313.50 3,601 to 7,200 $372.25 7,200 and above $437.25 11. Prescriptive Solar Panel Installation Permit— includes plan review(does not $ 125 include Electrical Permit)* 12. Non-Prescriptive Solar Panel Installation — See Building Permit Fee Valuation Schedule 13. Change of Occupancy $250 14. Temporary Certificate of Occupancy $ 125 per month *Fee is required by Oregon Administrative Rule#918-050-0180 Electrical Permits 1. New residential,one-and two-family dwelling unit 1,000 square feet or less $293.60 Each additional 500 square feet or portion thereof $ 59.80 Each manufactured home, modular dwelling service,or feeder $ 118.50 Limited energy $ 100.00 New multi-family largest unit is calculated as per square footage rates above and each additional unit calculated at 50%of the fee for the largest unit 2. Service or feeders: installations,alterations,or relocation 200 amps or less $ 175.05 201 amps to 400 amps $231.60 401 amps to 599 amps $349.05 600 amps $349.05 601 amps to 1,000 amps $524.10 Over 1,000 amps or volts $958.45 Reconnect only $ 110.00 2023 Master Fees and Charges Page 39 Section 9: Building 3. Temporary services or feeders: installations,alterations,or relocation 200 amps or less $ 102.20 201 amps to 400 amps $ 217.45 401 amps to 599 amps $ 293.60 600 amps $ 293.60 601 amps to 1,000 amps $ 430.00 Over 1,000 amps or volts $ 814.65 4. Branch circuits: new,alteration,or extension per panel With purchase of service or feeder, each $ 13.45 Without purchase of service or feeder First circuit $ 97.85 Each additional circuit $ 13.45 5. Miscellaneous(service or feeder not included) Each pump or irrigation circle $ 118.50 Each sign or outside lighting $ 118.50 Signal circuit(s)or a limited energy panel,alteration,or extension $ 118.50 Renewable energy for electrical systems-5kva or less $ 151.15 Renewable energy for electrical systems-5.01kva through 15kva $ 180.45 Renewable energy for electrical systems-15.01kva through 25kva $ 293.85 Renewable energy-solar generation over 25kva $ 293.85 +$ 11.74 (permit charge will not increase beyond the calculation for 100kva) per added kva Renewable energy for wind system-25.01kva through 50kva $ 587.75 Renewable energy for wind system-50.01kva through 100kva $ 1,175.55 Renewable energy for wind system-misc.fee, hourly rate $ 110.00 6. Each additional inspection over the allowable in any of the above, per $ 110.00 inspection -see also Other Inspections and Fees(pg.44) 7. Special inspections per hour $ 110.00 8. Master Electrical Permit-on time applications fee $ 100.00 9. Master Electrical Inspections-per hour $ 110.00 10. Initial Electrical permit plan review fee is 25%of the electrical permit fee. 11. Addition plan review-electrical-per hour $ 110.00 Page 40 2023 Master Fees and Charges Section 9: Building Mechanical Permits (Residential) Unit Fee Schedule 1. Furnace Less than 100,000 BTU input $36 Greater than 100,000 BTU input $36 2. For the installation or relocation of each floor furnace,including vent $36 3. Furnace/burner including duct work/vent/liner $20 4. For the installation or relocation of each suspended heater, recessed wall heater,or floor mounted unit heater $29 5. For the installation, relocation, or replacement of each appliance vent or chimney installed and not included in an appliance permit $20 6. For the repair,alteration,or addition of an Air Handler or Heat Exchanger up to 10,000 cfm $36 10,001 cfm and over $36 7. Wood or Pellet stove, including hearth and wall shield $36 8. Gas or wood fireplace insert $36 9. Pool or spa heaters/kilns $20 10. Flue vent for water heater or gas fireplace $20 11. Decorative gas fireplace $36 12. Oil tank/gas/diesel generators $21 13. Installation or relocation of domestic type incinerator $20 14. Hydronic hot water system $50 15. Ventilation fan connected to a single duct $ 14 16. Installation of hood served by mechanical exhaust, including ducts for hood $22 17. Range hood/other kitchen equipment $22 18. Heat pumps $50 19. Air conditioners $50 20. Mini split system $50 21. Evaporative cooler other than portable $50 22. Water heater includes vent/flue only $21 23. Repair,alteration,or addition to mechanical appliance including installation of $21 controls 24. Ventilation system not a portion of heating or air conditioning authorized by permit $21 25. Attic/crawl space fans $ 14 26. Radon mitigation $ 14 27. Clothes dryer exhaust $ 13 28. Ductwork-no appliance/fixture $20 29. Barbecue $21 30. Chimney/line/flue/vent $20 31. Other heating/cooling $21 2023 Master Fees and Charges Page 41 Section 9: Building 32. Other fuel appliance $21 33. Other environment exhaust/ventilation $21 34. Permit fees for fuel gas-piping shall be For each gas-piping system of one to four outlets $ 14 For each gas-piping system of more than four outlets, per outlet $2.20 35. Appliance or equipment regulated by code, but not classified in other appliance $21 categories 36. A minimum charge for mechanical permits $ 102.82 37. Each additional inspection over the allowable, per inspection —see also Other $ 102.82 Inspections and Fees(pg.44) 38. Residential Plan Review 25%of total permit fee Mechanical Permits (Commercial) Use this section for commercial installation, replacement,or relocation of non-portable mechanical equipment or mechanical work not covered previously. Indicate the value of all mechanical labor, materials, and equipment. Value Permit Fee Amount $ Less than$5,000 $ 102.82 $5,001 to$ 10,000 $ 102.82 plus$ 1.50 for each additional $ 100 over$5,000 $ 10,001 to$ 100,000 $ 177.82 plus$ 10.20 for each additional$ 1,000 over$ 10,000 $ 100,001 and above $ 1,095.82 plus$7.00 for each additional$ 1,000 over$ 100,000 Plan review Fees A mechanical plan review shall be paid.The fee is equal to 25% of the total permit fee. Page 42 2023 Master Fees and Charges Section 9: Building Plumbing Permits (LOC 46.02) These fees do not apply when solely replacing fixtures without re-plumbing and/or relocating 1. Fixture fees are as follows—note,there is a minimum them (except for water heaters, item ee.). Residential Plumbing permit fee of$97 a. Roof Drains(commercial) $24 b. Absorption valve $24 c. Hose bibb $24 d. Backwater valve $ 24 e. Catch basin or area drain $24 f. Drinking fountain $24 g. Trench drain, per 100'or any portion thereof $ 102.82 h. Expansion tank $24 i. Fixture cap off $24 j. Storm water retention/detention tank/facility $ 24 k. Manufactured home utilities, per 100'or any portion thereof $ 102.82 I. Ice maker $24 m. Rainwater harvesting $ 24 n. Alternate potable water heating system $24 o. Other—plumbing $ 24 p. Septic abandonment $ 24 q. Interceptor/grease trap $24 r. Manhole $24 u. Sink/basin/lavatory $24 v. Swimming pool piping to backflow only per 100'or any portion thereof $ 102.82 w. Tub/shower/shower pan $24 x. Urinal $ 24 y. Water closet $24 z. Dishwasher $ 24 aa. Garbage disposal $24 bb. Clothes Washer $ 24 cc. Floor drain/floor sink/hub drain $24 dd. Sewer, per 100' or any portion thereof $ 102.82 ee. Water heater $ 24 ff. Water service, per 100' or any portion thereof $ 102.82 gg. Storm drain, per 100'or any portion thereof $ 102.82 hh. Sewage ejector pump and sump pump $24 ii. Primer $ 24 jj. Backflow prevention device or anti-pollution device $24 kk. Any trap or waste not connected to a fixture $24 II. Any other plumbing installation, not otherwise listed in this schedule, having a sanitary waste or potable water supply $24 mm. Re-piping of existing fixtures First fixture $ 17 Each additional fixture $ 10 2023 Master Fees and Charges Page 43 Section 9: Building nn. Minimum fee for plumbing permits—Commercial/Residential $ 102.82 2. For NEW one-and two-family dwellings only,the fees are per bathroom as follows (this fee includes 100 feet for each utility connection, hose bibbs, icemakers, underfloor low-point drains,and rain drain packages that include piping,gutters, downspouts,and perimeter system): a. One bath $333.50 b. Two baths $362.25 c. Three baths $402.50 d. Each additional bath/kitchen $ 130.80 3. Each additional inspection over the allowable, per inspection—see also Other $ 102.82 Inspections and Fees(pg.44) 4. Plumbing Plan Review-Add 30%of fees as calculated above for plan review, if required. 5. Commercial Plumbing-Medical gas fees: a. Medical gas permit fees shall be based on the value of installation costs and the system equipment, including but not limited to inlets,outlets,fixtures,and appliances, Med Gas permits are subject to the Commercial Plumbing minimum permit fee. Medical gas plan review —see Commercial Plumbing plan review. 6. Residential Fire System—Multipurpose/Continuous Loop system, includes plan review Square footage Permit Fee Amount 0 to 2,000 $231.00 2,001 to 3,600 $313.50 3,601 to 7,200 $372.25 7,200 and above $437.25 Grading and Fill Permits Plan Review $ 125 50 to 1,000 cubic yards $ 150 1,001 to 10,0000 cubic yards $250 10,001 to 100,0000 cubic yards $350 100,001 cubic yards or more $450 Demo and Deconstruction Permits Residential one-and two-family structures $300 Commercial buildings $400 Page 44 2023 Master Fees and Charges Section 9: Building Manufactured Home Permits Installation permit fee includes the concrete slab, runners or foundations when prescriptive,electric feeder and plumbing connections and all cross-over connections. Installation Permit Fee $445 State Fee $ 30 ORS 446.176(1)and OAR 918-5000105 require all local governments providing construction permits or inspections for manufactured dwelling and cabana installations to collect and remit to the Department of Consumer and Business Services a$30 fee for each installation permit issued.This fee is to be added to manufactured dwelling and cabana installation permits only and should not be added to accessory structures or building,electrical, plumbing, mechanical permits or plan reviews. Manufactured Dwelling/RV Parks The Area Development Permit fee to be calculated based on the valuations shown in Table 2 of OAR 918-600-0030 for Manufactured Dwelling/Mobile Home Parks and Table 2 of OAR 918-650-0030 for Recreational Park&Organizational Camp—and applying the valuation amount to Table 1 as referenced for each. Community Development Code Enforcement Charges Single family $ 15/1 163 Multi-family $ 154 163 plus$151 163 per each 12 units Office/Retail 0—5,000 square feet $ 154 163 5,001-10,000 square feet $308 326 10,001-25,000 square feet $/60 487 25,001-50,000 square feet $612 648 50,001+square feet $766 811 Industrial/Public/Institutional 0—20,000 square feet $ 154 163 20,001-30,000 square feet $308 326 30,001+square feet $/160 487 Enforcement Stop Work $550 Building Violation (LOC Chapter 45) $550 Record Retention and Archiving Fees For purposes of archiving records per State mandate $3031.00 Flat fee on all permits 2023 Master Fees and Charges Page 45 Section 9: Building Research and Consultation Fees Records Research $25 per 15 minutes/request, minimum 15 minutes Fee Estimates - new residential and commercial projects $ 100 per hour per request, minimum one-hour Consultation for code review, hypothetical projects $ 100 per hour, minimum 1/2 hour Supplemental Plan Review $ 100 per hour, minimum 1/2 hour Other Inspections and Fees 1. Inspections outside of normal business hours(minimum charge= 1 hour) $ 120 per hour 2. Re-inspection fee assessed under provisions Section 305(f) $ 102.82 per inspection 3. Inspections for which no fee is specifically indicated $ 102.82 per hour 4. Additional plan review required by changes,additions,or revisions to $ 102.82 per hour approved plans (minimum charge= 1 hour) 5. Work commencing before permit issuance Any person who commences any work on a building or structure before obtaining the necessary permits shall be subject to an investigation fee of$125 per hour,which is equal to the average cost of an inspection. Exception: A one-time exemption shall apply to homeowners applying for their own permits. Seismic Surcharge—Structural/Mechanical—review 1%of building permit fee required on all essential structures Additional Miscellaneous Fees 1. The fee to a governmental agency shall be determined by the provisions set forth under ORS 190.003 to 190.110 for the purpose of carrying out the $ 102.82 per hour respective responsibilities of each agency. or portion thereof 2. Re-inspection fee for structural,electrical, mechanical,and plumbing permits shall be charged for inspection of violations found by the Building Official after the second violation. $ 102.82 per hour 3. The fee to any governmental agency or person for specifically requested $ 102.82 per hour inspections or surveys. or portion thereof 4. Housing moving permit (LOC 45.12.510): Relocating within Lake Oswego $452 Moving out of Lake Oswego $224 Refunds 1. Permit Refunds a. Where a permit has been issued and no inspections have been completed,80%of the permit fee will be refunded. b. There are no refunds when a permit has been issued and inspections performed or permit has expired. 2. Plan Review Refund a. Where a permit has not been issued,80%of the plan review fee will be refunded. b. There are no refunds when a plan review has been started by any department. Page 46 2023 Master Fees and Charges Section 10: Engineering Engineering Division The following fees shall be charged for the Engineering Division activities of the City: Minor Utility Facilities, Installed or Constructed by Public17 or Private Entities Street Opening Permit Fee* Improved Unimproved surfaces surfaces 1. Minor utility structures, except substations, but including poles, lines, pipes or other such facilities $300 $ 150 2. Sewer,storm drainage, or water system structures,excluding treatment plants, reservoirs or pump stations; but including reconstruction of manholes,valves, hydrants,or other portions of the collection,treatment, and distribution systems located within public property, right-of-way,or easements. This includes sewer,storm and water lateral installations or taps $300 $300 3. Street improvements within existing development, including sidewalks, curbs,gutter,catch basins, paving,signs, and traffic control devices and street lights $300 $ 150 4. Permit and inspection of new driveway approach or relocation of an existing approach $50 General Engineering Fees 1. Engineering plan review and — 9% of the final estimated construction costs, as approved by inspection of public or private the City Engineer or$1,000 whichever is greater. A deposit of infrastructure,grading,or other $1,000 must be submitted with the initial plan submittal prior incidental work that is not to review beginning. Fee will include the cost for City to install reviewed and inspected under any sign or pavement marking installations within the right-of- State Building Specialty Codes and way,as delineated in Section 8: Public Works Support Services, delegated to Engineering. unless extenuating circumstances require the City Engineer to recover the cost of such items for large public improvement projects. Final payment of the balance of the 9%fee will be based on final estimated construction costs, and must be received by the City prior to issuance of the permit for construction. *Performance bonds may be required for large projects. 2. Appeal of a staff decision or hearing body to the next higher authority. $ 100 3. Street vacation $ 1,500 4. Quitclaim $ 175200 5. Blasting Permit $250 application fee plus engineering costs to administer and observe blasting operations billed at labor and materials plus overhead billed at 2.4 times direct costs. 6. Document recording to comply with conditions of development approval (i.e.,easements,agreements,etc.) Actual County recording costs 17 Quasi-public agencies other than the City and Franchise Utilities. 2023 Master Fees and Charges Page 47 Section 10: Engineering Other Engineering Fees 1. Drinking water analysis $60 2. Encroachment Permit Type 1—Minor $300 Easily removable structures,such as fences,driveway, entrances, monument walls,or timbers, less than 3'tall,or other non-loadbearing structures. Type 2—Major $750 Relatively large structures that may need engineering, such as driveway decking, reinforced concrete structures, boathouses, decks and hatches over in-lake manholes,or other structures that are not typically found in rights-of- way or public easements. 3. Encroachment Appeal $500 per appeal 4. Zone of Benefit Formation, exclusive of LID Boundaries $2,000 5. Rivergrove Sewer Connection Fee 18 $200 6. Lien segregation One parcel into two $200 Each additional parcel $ 100 7. Street widening $300 8. Street name change $250 9. Change of address request for reasons other than fire and life $500 safety,or as a result of land use procedures. 10. Erosion control permit, plan review and inspection fee19 Dwelling Type: Single family residential $350 Multi-family/Commercial 500 sf up to 1 acre $700 1 acre20 or greater $ 1,500 11. Single-family residential landscaping erosion control permit, plan review and inspection fee $ 1009-7 12. Site re-inspection fee (after two inspection site visits) $ 100 13. Investigation fees: Work without a permit Investigation - Whenever any work for which an erosion control permit is required has commenced without first obtaining said permit, a special investigation shall be made before a permit may be issued for the work. Fee-An investigation fee equal in amount and in addition to the permit fee shall be collected whether or not a permit is issued. 18 Check with engineering department for additional connection fee related to new zone of benefits established for certain properties. 19 Check with engineering department for additional connection fee related to new zone of benefits established for certain properties. 20 Effective 1/1/03,impact areas 1 acre and greater will require a 1200-C permit per the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality(ODEQ). Page 48 2023 Master Fees and Charges Section 10: Engineering 14. Erosion control enforcement fees: For violations of LOC Chapter 52 and in addition to penalties prescribed under LOC 52.06,enforcement fees may also be assessed on a time and materials basis plus overhead billed at 2.4 times direct costs. 15. Illicit Discharge Enforcement Fees: For violations of LOC Chapter 38(Utility Code) and in addition to penalties prescribed under LOC 38.26.930 and LOC 38.26.935,enforcement fees may also be assessed on a time and materials basis plus overhead billed at 2.4 times direct costs. 2023 Master Fees and Charges Page 49 Section 11: Planning Planning Division The following fees shall be charged for the Planning Division activities of the City(LOC 50.07.003.2): Ministerial Developments (LOC 50.07.003.13)21,22 1. Accessory building which requires a building permit(e.g.,garage, No Fee carport) 2. Accessory structure or use(e.g.,driveway,fence) No Fee 3. Duplex No Fee 4. Exterior remodeling of duplex or single-family dwelling requiring a No Fee building permit 5. Home Occupations Business License 6. Lot Line Adjustment $ 1,9862,105 Process to correct an illegal Lot Line Adjustment $ 1,9862,105 7. Temporary Structures, Use Business License&Sign Permit, if applicable 8. Sidewalk Display $ 364 9. Accessory dwelling unit No Fee Minor Developments (LOC 50.07.003.14)22,23 1. Change of use $4,215 467 2. Development in DD Zone: Duplex in R-DD zone(hearing body action) $5,92G6,281 Exterior remodeling of duplex or single-family dwelling requiring a building permit in R-DD Zone(hearing body action) $ 281479-26 Single-Family Dwelling in R-DD Zone(hearing body action) $6,2816 Zero lot line dwelling in R-DD Zone(hearing body action) $6,281 b 3. Development within the Greenway Management Overlay District Boundary24 $4/173 741 4. Development Review: Multi-family,Commercial, Industrial, Institutional,Townhouses $ 66,281+37%of building permit fee. Substantial revisions to a complete application requiring 33%of the original application fee new public notice 5. Alterations with minimal impacts such as exterior exit stairs;exterior remodeling that does not expand building footprint or increase height; and accessory structures 300 square feet or less $ 1,96112,081 6. Exterior painting of any structure that was the subject of a Major or Minor Development Permit including all structures in the R-DD zone, with the exception of detached single-family dwellings,duplexes,zero lot line dwellings,or structures accessory to those dwelling types. Exception: Exterior painting that is the same color palette as the existing color(s). $ 959 1,016 7. Lot Line Adjustment $ 862,105 21 See page 52 for Affordable Housing. 22 Site review and inspection fees may apply at building permit review.See page 52 under Other Planning Fees. 23 See page 50 Historical Preservation. 24 No fee applies for the Greenway Management Overlay review associated with dead,hazardous,emergency,or invasive tree removal. Page 50 2023 Master Fees and Charges Section 11: Planning 8. Minor Partition $/1,8805,172 Expedited Minor Partition $7,7148,176 Process to correct creation of an illegal lot $3,5113,756 9. Major Partition (includes the creation of a street) $ 5,5925,927+$2-7--8294/lot Expedited Major Partition $8,5469,058+$2-7-8294/lot Process to correct creation of an illegal lot $ 3,5143,756 10. Modification of approved minor development permits Without public hearing $ 1,9862,105 With public hearing $3,51'13,756 11. Request for formal Code interpretation under LOC 50.01.005 and Authorization for Similar Use Application under LOC 50.03.002 $ 675 715 12. Residential Infill Design (RID)Variance $/1,1724,740 for 1st plus$575 609 for each additional variance 13. Subdivision (with or without P.D.) $ 6,3906,773+$278294/lot Expedited Subdivisions $ 11,93012,645+$2-7-8294/lot 14. Middle Housing Land Divisions $5,172 15 Minor Variances $ 3,8804,112 for 1st+$1126 451 for 4. each additional variance Fence and Wall Variance $ 1,6371,735 for 1st+$179 189 for each additional variance 16 Major Variance $ '1,1724,740 for 1st+$575 609 for S. each additional variance 17 Seasonal Restaurant Enclosure $ 1,9612,081 6. Seasonal Restaurant Enclosure (During State of Oregon Emergency $0 Covid-19 Restrictions) Sign Code Fees (LOC 47) Signs $ 499 528 Signs(awning,window, blade) $ 137 145 Special event sign $ 224 Variance to Sign Code $ 1,637 735 Sign Retrieval Fee(violations} $ 31 Sign Removal H wring Fcc(refundable if sign was removed improperly) $ 34 Refundable deposit for Public Notice Signs $ 1098 Comprehensive Plan and Community Development Code Amendments 1. Legislative amendments to a map Comprehensive Plan amendments only $ 12,98613,765 Comprehensive Plan amendments and Zone Change $ 12,98613,765 Zone Change only $ 12,98613,765 2. Legislative amendments to a text Comprehensive Plan text amendment $ 6,1966,885 Community Development Code text amendment $ 6,1966,885 3. Quasi-judicial amendments to a map Comprehensive Plan amendments only $ 12,98613,765 Zone change only25 $ 12,98613,765 Comprehensive Plan amendments and Zone Change $ 12,98613,765 Minor modifications to approved amendment $ 1,7391,843 25 Not required for zone changes that conform to the Comprehensive Plan following annexations. 2023 Master Fees and Charges Page 51 Section 11: Planning I Substantial modifications to approved amendments $ 2,2362,370 Page 52 2023 Master Fees and Charges Section 11: Planning Major Developments (LOC 50.07.003.15)26 1. Conditional Uses $6,3746,756 2. Overall Development Plan and Schedule $5,9266,281 3. Modification of approved major development permits Without public hearing $ 1,9862,105 With public hearing $3,5143,756 Sensitive Lands Overlay Districts (LOC 50.05.010 and LOC 50.07.004.8) There are no fees for actions relating to Sensitive Lands Overlay Districts(Council action 10/21/14). Fees Relating to Historical Preservation (LOC 50.06.009 and LOC 50.07.004.4) 1. Designation of Landmark No fee 2. Exterior alteration of Landmark, including building paint color change No fee 3. Historic District Designation No fee 4. New construction (not attached to historic structure; e.g.,detached No fee garage,secondary dwelling,garden shed) 5. Removal or deconstruction of Landmark $71,9415,237 6. Withdrawal of historic landmark designation $71,9415,237 Appeals27 1. Appeals of a formal Code Interpretation to a Hearing Body $ 704 746 2. Appeals of a staff decision to a Hearing Body $ 704 746 3. Appeals of a Hearing Body decision to City Council %original Application Fee not to exceed$6,491 883 Pre-Application Conference/Consultations28 1. Pre-application Conference:29 Residential Infill Design Review: Pre-application with Planning Staff $ 7126 451 Pre-application with the Infill Advisors Team $2,279 415 All other applications $ 426 451 2. Pre-application Consultation: One follow-up meeting with staff to discuss issues addressed at the No fee pre-application conference. For any meetings after the follow-up(3rd meeting on) 50%of pre-application fee 3. Consultation Fee A private meeting to discuss a project outside the context of a pre-application conference or at-the-counter services by a planner $ 1130. /hour 26 Site review and inspection fees may apply at building permit review.See page 52 under Other Planning Fees. 27 Appeal fee shall not apply to appeals filed by DLCD or to appeals filed by recognized Neighborhood Association entitled to receive notice of a pre-application neighborhood meeting pursuant to LOC 50.07.003.1.f.iii(1)(a)and(b). 28 In addition to planning fees noted in this sub-section,the Fire Department also levies a pre-application fee.Please refer to Fire Department,Section 3 for the correct amount. 29 There is no pre-application conference fee for a permit for an ADU,actions relating to Sensitive Lands,Greenway Management Overlay review associated with dead,hazardous,emergency,or invasive tree removal,or designation of Historic Landmark. 2023 Master Fees and Charges Page 53 Section 11: Planning Research Fees 1. Letter of zoning verification $ 1130-7/hour 2. Letter of verification of compliance with Community Development Code of an existing development $ 17463/hour 3. Deed research to determine the legality of a lot of record $ 17466/hour 4. Research/Interpretation of old planning files and informal Code Interpretation(often requested by the applicants before filing of a development application) $ 11307/hour Tree Code Fees (Resolution 00-07) 1. Tree Cutting Permit Fees Type I Permit $ 232 Dead or Hazard Tree Permit $ 232 Type II Permit $ 1877+$232 per tree Emergency Tree Permit $0 Type II Permit in conjunction with major or minor development application $0 Minor Forest Management $ 232 Major Forest Management $ 1877+$232 per tree, not to exceed$602 638 Verification Permit $ 376+$ 10 per tree Topping Permit $ 232 per request 2. Mitigation [as provided in LOC 55.02.084(3)] $ 1625-3 3, Enforcement Fees For violations under LOC 55.02.130(3), enforcement fees will be assessed as follows: Type I Permits violations, d ad or hazard tree violations $ 110 All other Permit Type violations $ 672+$15 per tree Tree Protection Enforcement fee for violations under LOC 55.08.050(3} Standard tree protection enforcement fee $ 652 Enhanced tree protection enforcement fee $ 1,301 4. Restoration Standard City Tree Fund Fee [as provided in LOC 55.02.130(4)(a)} $ 94 per caliper inch Incr ased City Tree Fund Fee [as provided in LOC 55.02.130(1)(b)} $ 191 per caliper inch 35.. Public Hearing Review' Request for DRC Hearing on Tree Cutting Permit $ 232413 Appeal of DRC's decision to City Council 1/2 of original application fee 46. Heritage Tree Program The City may charge for providing the plaque marking a heritage tree. The fee will be the actual cost of providing the plaque. 57. Tree Protection Inspection Fee $ 11307 per inspection 68. County Tree Removal Certification Type 2 Permits $ 1193+$ 11 for each additional tree Over-the-Counter Permits —Type 1 $ 232 Over-the-Counter Permits —Dead $ 232 3°Fee shall not apply to requests/appeals filed by City of Lake Oswego recognized Neighborhood Associations. Page 54 2023 Master Fees and Charges Section 11: Planning Over-the-Counter Permits —Hazard $ 232 Invasive and/or Emergency tree removal permits No Fee Fee Exemptions for Affordable Housing No Ministerial Development, Minor Development, Major Development,Sign Code, Historic Preservation,Tree Code(for tree removal and mitigation for development of the structure) or Pre-application Conference fees will be charged under this Section 11 for developments where the proposed dwelling units are affordable to those earning 80%or less of Area Median Income and spending not more than 30%of household income on housing,consistent with Clackamas County Housing Authority's"Income Limits"for Affordable Housing, provided that all of the requirements of the covenant required by LOC 39.06.105(5)are met. Other Planning Fees (Resolution 04-12) 1. Annexation Application Fee31 Parcel less than 3 times minimum lot area for the zone designation that will apply upon annexation. $0+Applicable Metro Fees Parcel 3 times or greater than the minimum lot area for the $97520 per no. of lots into which zone designation that will apply upon annexation. the parcel could be divided under the zone designation that will apply upon annexation+Metro fees Parcel for which there is no minimum lot area for the zone designation that will apply upon annexation. $ 1,844-951+Applicable Metro Fees Expenses related to additional noticing caused by delays brought on by the applicant(s). $ 28166 2. Copies of Planning Documents See Section 1, Public Records Fees, page 19. 3. Site review and inspection fees a. Single family dwelling or middle housing on infill lots(i.e., lots or parcels not approved as part of a land partition/subdivision) $ 26046 b. Single family dwelling or townhomcs middle housing approved as a part of a land partition/subdivision/planned development $ 6544-7 application c. Non-single family residential development, including apartmcntsmulti-family,commercial, industrial, and $ 1,306233 institutional uses d. Re-inspection fee $ 1370 e. Residential remodels Interior remodels and accessory structures $ 14436 Exterior addition of no more than 500 sq ft $ 19283 Exterior addition exceeding 500 sq ft(same fee as if new construction) See a.—c.above 31 See Annexation Application Form. 2023 Master Fees and Charges Page 55 Section 11: Planning 4. Plat Review Fee a. Final Plat Review Fee $ 5454-5 b. Lot Line Adjustment Plat Review Fee $ 564 5. Ballot Measure 49 Claims Fees for claims under LOC Article 12.55(Resolution 05-31) Pre-filing conference fee $ 4188-9 Filing fee $ 1,432351 6. Application Mailing List Fee $ 8076 7. Records Retention Fees- For purposes of archiving records per State mandate a. Ministerial land use applications $ 442 b. Minor land use applications(without public hearing) $ 7369 c. Minor land use applications(with public hearing)and major $ 15345 land use applications d. Type II and verification tree removal permits $ 287 e. Sign permits $ 287 8. Demolition (Notice of Demolition Approval) $ 6158 9. Additional Plan Review Fee for Issued Building $ 1139-7/hour Permits(minimum 1 hour) Code Enforcement Violation Fees 1. Nuisance violation LOC 34.08&34.10 $ 550 2. Community Development violation LOC Chapter 50 $ 550 3. Sign violation LOC Chapter 47 $ 550 4. Sign Retrieval violation-Moving from Sign Code Fees(LOC 47) $ 36 5. Sign Removal Hearing Fee(refundable if sign was removed improperly) $ 36 6. Tree Enforcement Fees-For violations under LOC 55.02.130(3), enforcement fees will be assessed as follows: Type I Permits violations, dead or hazard tree violations $ 148 All other Permit Type violations $ 712+$47 per tree Tree Protection Enforcement fee for violations under LOC 55.08.050(3) Standard tree protection enforcement fee $ 691 Enhanced tree protection enforcement fee $ 1,382 7. Tree Restoration Fees[as provided in LOC 55.02.130(4)(a)&(b)1 Standard City Tree Fund Fee $ 99 per caliper inch Increased City Tree Fund Fee $ 202 per caliper inch Page 56 2023 Master Fees and Charges Section 12: Systems Development Charges Systems Development Charges Fees shall be assessed for Systems Development Charges(SDC) and will reflect the following: • For each type of SDC,the fees assessed to each unit of a duplex shall be the same as those assessed to a single-family residence. • For an Accessory Dwelling Unit(ADU)each type of SDC will be waived, even if a larger meter is required to accommodate an ADU, provided that the ADU complies with all the requirements of the covenant required by LOC 39.06.105(5) as amended by Ordinance 2810. If within 10 years from the first use of the ADU as a dwelling unit,the requirements of this covenant are not maintained,the City may declare the ADU exemption from payment of all System Development Charges(SDCs) revoked and the Owner shall immediately pay to the City the monies due under LOC 39.06.105(5),to wit: Processing fee per Council Resolution;and ■ SDC amounts for ADU per Lake Oswego Master Fees and Charges at time of payment (previously exempted system development charges, with interest based upon inflation rate using the Engineering News—Record Construction Cost Index 20-City Average, are reflected in the SDC amounts then due). ■ Processing fee$500 • Pursuant to and following the procedure set forth in LOC 39.06.105(5)(f)(iii), (iv), (v),the processing fee and SDC amounts shall be a lien upon the Real Property,entered in the municipal lien docket,and are enforceable in the manner provided by ORS Ch. 223. Exempt from SDCs are developments where the proposed dwelling units are affordable to those earning 80%or less of Area Median Income and spending not more than 30%of household income on housing,consistent with Clackamas County Housing Authority's"Income Limits"for Affordable Housing, provided that the development complies with all of the requirements of the covenant required by LOC 39.06.105(5). • The rate for Hotel/Transient Lodging includes Short-Term Rentals(Transient Lodging in residential zones). These SDC's shall be indexed for inflation annually using the Engineering News—Record Construction Cost Index (20-city average). Accordingly,as of January 1, 20243,the SDC fees have been increased by 8-:05_7%which is equal to the last recorded change in this index as based on October 20221 to October 20232 data. Calculated amount is rounded to the nearest dollar. 2023 Master Fees and Charges Page 57 Section 12: Systems Development Charges Systems Development Charges (LOC 39.04) Water SDC 411. Reimbursement Improvement Administrative Total Water Meter Size Fee 14.79% Fee 78.72% Fee 6.49% 100% 5/8 3/4 inch $ 1,339 $ 7,128 $ 588 $ 9,055 $ 1,416 $ 7,534 $ 621 $ 9,571 3/4 inch $ 1,339 $ 7,128 $ 588 $ 9,055 $ 1,416 $ 7,534 $ 621 $ 9,571 1 inch $ 2,232 $ 11,879 $ 979 $ 15,090 $ 2,359 $ 12,556 $ 1,035 $ 15,950 1 1/2 inch $ 4,164 $ 23,760 $ 1,959- $ 30,183 $ 4,718 $ 25,114 $ 2,071 $ 31,903 2 inch $ 7,150 $ 38,056 $ 3,137 $ 18,31-3 $ 7,558 $ 40,225 $ 3,316 $ 51,099 3 inch $ 11,317 $ 76,202 $ 6,282 $ 96,801 $ 15,133 $ 80,546 $ 6,640 $ 102,319 4 inch $ 22,390 $ 119,171 $ 9,825 $ 151,386 $ 23,666 $ 125,964 $ 10,385 $ 160,015 6 inch S--44,815 $238,529 $ 19,665 $303,009 $ 47,370 $252,125 $ 20,786 $320,281 8 inch $ 71,750 $381,888 $ 31,184 $485,122 $ 75,839 $403,656 $ 33,279 $512,774 10 inch $ 103,237 $519,178 $ 15,301 $698,016 $ 109,122 $580,798 $ 47,883 $737,803 Sewer SDC Reimbursement Improvement Total Water Meter Size Fee 22.16% Fee 77.84% 100% 5/8 3/4 inch $ 730 $ 2,566 $ 3,296 $ 772 $ 2,712 $ 3,484 3/4 inch $ 730 $ 2,566 $ 3,296 $ 772 $ 2,712 $ 3,484 1 inch $ 1,218 $ 1,278 $ 5,196 $ 1,287 $ 4,522 $ 5,809 1 1/2 inch $ 2,436 $ 8,555 $ 10,991 $ 2,574 $ 9,043 $ 11,617 2 inch $ 4,871 $ 17,109 $ 21,980 $ 5,149 $ 18,084 $ 23,233 3 inch $ 11,691 $ 41,068 $ 52,759 $ 12,357 $ 43,409 $ 55,766 4 inch $ 20,161 $ 71,870 $ 92,331 $ 21,627 $ 75,967 $ 97,594 6 inch $ n� $ 157,428 $202,246 $ 47,373 $ 166,401 $213,774 8 inch $ 77,914 $273,789 $351,733 $ 82,387 $289,395 $371,782 Page 58 2023 Master Fees and Charges Section 12: Systems Development Charges 10 inch $ 121,786 $427,791 $549,577 $ 128,728 $452,175 $580,903 Stormwater Management SDC Reimbursement Improvement Total Fee 0% Fee 100% 100% Single family $0 $480 0 $ 190 $ 190 Multi-family,commercial/industrial, institutional, and other land use fees are determined as follows: Improvement Fee equals the total impervious area of the property in units of 3,030 square feet or portion thereof multiplied by the fee. Transportation SDC Refer to methodology and rate schedule in the Appendix Parks&Recreation SDC Reimbursement Improvement Total Fee 0% Fee 100% 100% Residential Single family $0 $ 15,672 $ 15,672 $ 16,565 $ 16,565 Multi-family/secondary dwellings $0 $ 8,717 $ 8,717 $ 9,214 $ 9,214 "Congregate Housing" units are charged at 50%of the Multi-family rate*. Non-residential $0 $ 1,008 $ 1,008 $ 1,065 $ 1,065 per employee "Residential Care Housing" units are charged at 100%of the Non-residential rate*. *See Appendix for definitions of Congregate Housing and Residential Care Housing. 2023 Master Fees and Charges Page 59 Section 12: Systems Development Charges Comparison of Neighboring Cities' New Single-Family Systems Development Charges Based on a 2,000 sq.ft. house with 500 sq.ft.garage,and$200,000 value. 60,000 $50,934 50,000 $46,518 $45,057 $41,414 $41,547 $42,952 $38,166 $40,376 40,000 $36,258 $34,258 30,000 $26,127 20,000 $13,788 10,000 1111-1111111 Lake Milwaukie Gresham Tualatin OC'ty n Tigard Hillsboro Portland Sherwood Beaverton Wilsonville West Linn Oswego ■Water SDC 2,197 5,305 5,306 9,989 10,853 13,395 4,563 8,836 9,354 11,283 13,230 9,571 •Sewer SDC 1,065 7,055 6,625 2,681 6,625 6,625 _9,274 7,523 6,625 6,289 12,843 3,484 •Stormwater SDC 1,039 1,344 641 1,070 641 641 1,507 641 1,252 2,112 1,479 190 ■Street SDC 2,362 4,589 9,998 12,569 8,208 9,998 5,882 11,965 9,998 15,264 3,783 17,984 I •Park SDC 3,985 4,694 8,548 6,905 8,699 6,577 17,048 9,443 12,583 6,969 12,943 \16,565 •METRO Excise Tax 240 240 240 240 240 240 240 240 240 240 240 240 •School Excise Tax 2,900 2,900 2,900 2,900 2,900 2,900 2,900 2,900 2,900 2,900 2,000 2,900 Page 60 2023 Master Fees and Charges Section 12: Systems Development Charges Comparison of Neighboring Cities' New Commercial Systems Development Charges Based on a 30,000 sq.ft.commercial office building, a total 50,000 sq.ft impervious area,and$3,200,000 value. $623,399 600,000 - - $522,055 $541,454 $508,139 500,000 $457,072 $457,648 $472,033 400,000 $375,903 $344,486 $301,028 300,000 $224,581 $239,412 200,000 100,000 Milwaukie Gresham Lake West Linn Portland Tualatin Beaverton Sherwood Wilsonville Tigard Hillsboro Oregon Oswego City ■Water SDC 7,329 21,214 30,905 95,600 22,814 26,527 46,765 44,179 55,527 86,804 61,527 50,856 ■Sewer SDC 74,807 28,208 11,617 84,579 49,461 26,500 26,500 30,091 17,612 26,500 26,500 21,839 ■StormwaterSDC 11,519 26,880 3,135 25,377 16,222 12,140 23,712 12,140 36,000 12,140 12,140 10,642 ■Street SDC 100,621 137,670 143,580 113,490 182,400 314,820 288,690 352,226 352,830 314,820 314,820 492,163 •Park SDC 4,865 - 86,351 - 79,566 51,600 46,541 7,957 20,730 56,351 101,027 22,460 •METRO Excise Tax 3,840 3,840 3,840 3,840 3,840 3,840 3,840 3,840 3,840 3,840 3,840 3,840 •School Excise Tax 21,600 21,600 21,60 21,600 21,600 21,600 21,600 21,600 21,600 21,600 21,600 21,600 2023 Master Fees and Charges Page 61 Appendix This page intentionally left blank Page 62 2023 Master Fees and Charges Systems Development Charges Methodologies (LOC 39.04.041) Water Systems Development Charge Methodology 60 Sewer Systems Development Charge Methodology 62 Stormwater Systems Development Charge Methodology 63 Transportation Systems Development Charge Methodology 64 Parks and Recreation Systems Development Charge Fee Methodology 66 Resolution Resolution—Updating the Master Fees and Charges Schedule 69 2023 Master Fees and Charges Page 63 Appendix Water Systems Development Charge Methodology Reimbursement Fee [A] Eligible cost of unused capacity in the existing water system. [B] Current(2009)customer base expressed as 3/4" meter equivalents. [C] Future customer base expressed as 3/4" meter equivalents. [C][A][B] = [D] Water SDC Reimbursement Fee Reimbursement Fee Calculation [A] = $6,148,588 [B] = 15,204 MEs [C] = 21,695 MEs [A] = [D] $947 [C]—[B] 20232 Master Fees and Charges-Attachments Page 61 Appendix Improvement Fee [E] Cost in current(2009)dollars of water system capital improvements that will increase system capacity to meet the needs of future users. [B] Current(2009)customer base expressed as 3/4" meter equivalents. [C] Future customer base expressed as 3/4" meter equivalents. [E] _ [F] Water SDC Improvement Fee [C]—[B] Improvement Fee Calculation [E] _ $32,714,947 [B] = 15,204 MEs [C] = 21,695 MEs [E] _ [F] $5,041 [C]—[B] Water System Development Charge [D] Water SDC Reimbursement Fee [F] Water SDC Improvement Fee [G] Water SDC Administrative Fee [H] Water System Development Charge [D]+ [F] +[G] = [H] 2023 Master Fees and Charges—Attachments Page 65 Appendix Sewer Systems Development Charge Methodology Sewer SDC Fee [M] Value of the sewer collection system capital improvement program to provide capacity to serve new customers. [N] Value of the sewer wastewater treatment plant capital improvement program to provide capacity to serve new customers. [0] Current dry weather demand. [P] Future dry weather demand. [Q] Future WWTP capacity dedicated to Lake Oswego. [R] Average single family home dry weather demand. [P]-[0]x [M]x[R]=[s] Portion of fee for collection system capital improvements to provide [P] [P] capacity to serve new customers. [P]x [N] x[R]_ [T] Portion of fee for wastewater treatment plant capital improvements to [Q] [P] [°] provide capacity to serve new customers. [S]+[T]_[U] Sewer Fee. Sewer SDC Fee Calculation [M] = $ 19,351,000 [P]—[o]x [M]x[R]=[S] $244 [P] [P] [N] _ $ 11,499,000 [P]x [N] x[R]_[T] $ 1,186 [Q] [P]—[°] [0] = 3.9 mgd [P] = 5.69 mgd [Q] = 7.025 mgd [R] = 0.000228 mgd [S]+[T]_[U] $ 1,430 Sewer System Development Charge [U] * 22.16%= [V] Sewer SDC Reimbursement Fee [U] * 77.84%= [W] Sewer SDC Improvement Fee [X] Sewer System Development Charge [V] +[W] = [X] 20232 Master Fees and Charges-Attachments Page 63 Appendix Stormwater Systems Development Charge Methodology Improvement Fee—Water Quantity Portion [A] Portion of the Stormwater quantity management capital improvement program attributable to future development. Determined on a project-by-project basis and equal to the percentage increase in the design flow of each project in the Stormwater quantity management capital improvement multiplied by project cost. [B] Projected increase in Equivalent Service Units(ESUs).One ESU is equal to 3,030 square feet of impervious area.Total projected increase in ESUs is determined by dividing the total projected increase in impervious area of the City of Lake Oswego by 3,030. [A]/[B] = [C] Improvement Fee—quantity portion, per ESU. Improvement Fee—Quality Portion [D] Portion of the stormwater quality management capital improvement program attributable to future development. Equal to the percentage increase in total runoff multiplied by the total cost of the stormwater quality management capital improvement program. [D]/[B] = [E] Improvement Fee—quality portion, per ESU. Improvement Fee Calculation [C]+ [E] = [F] Stormwater improvement fee. Stormwater Management System Development Charge Only includes an Improvement Fee-No Reimbursement Fee. 2023 Master Fees and Charges—Attachments Page 67 Appendix Transportation Systems Development Charges Rate Tables Transportation SDC Maximum Allowable Approved SDC Rate SDC Rate ITE per Unit32 per Unit Code Land Use Unit[A] [B] [C=B x.30]33 $10,022 $3,007 110 General Light Industrial 1,000 SFGFA $9,482 $2,815 10,163 3 049 130 Industrial Park 1,000SFGFA 9,6155 730 55 768 1 140 Manufacturing 1,000SFGFA 5,157 1,637 355 44 518 1 172-8 151 Mini-Warehouse 1,000SFGFA 4,2742 1886 566 5-35 160 Data Center 1,000 SFGFA 1,784 395 Single-Family Detached 17,984 5 210 Housing/Duplex Dwelling unit 17,0144 12,374 3712 220 Apartment Dwelling unit 11,707 3,512 228 Residential 10,759 3- 230 Condominium/Townhouse Dwelling unit 10,179T9"`" 799 9 830 22 240 Mobile Home Park ODU 8,827 24948 464 4 879 1 254 Assisted Living Bed 4,616 1,385 14,954 4�86 4,244 310 Hotel/Transient Lodging Room/Unit 11,118 215 10,717 3 320 Motel Room 10,139 3i042 11,676 3 803 411 City Park Acre 11,0464 9802 2851 27694 417 Regional Park Acre 8,990 10,035 3 O11 430 Golf Course Acre 9,49'1 2,848 5 17,317 7,723 492 Health/Fitness Club 1,000 SFGFA 5'1,610 16,383 Recreational Community 52,161 15648 495 Center 1,000 SFG FA 19;3.48 ,n nn 32 Indexed annually by the Engineering News Record Construction Cost Index(CC!)for 20-City Average,per Resolution 17-08. 33 The 30%factor for the approved SDC Rate per Unit applies to all codes except ITE Code 210.Maximum Allowable was phased-in for ITE Code 210(Single-Family Detached Housing/Duplex),per Resolution 17-65. Page 68 2023 Master Fees and Charges-Attachments Appendix 13,562 4 069 520 Elementary School 1,000 SFGFA 12,8319 3 634 Middle School/Junior High 12,113 3,938 522 School 1,000SFGFA 11,160 399 11,330 3 530 High School 1,000 SFG FA 10,719 3246 40,765 12,230 540 Junior/Community College 1,000 SFGFA 38,5670 551 25,169 7 7714 560 Church 1,000 SFGFA 23,8124 34,314 10,294 565 Day Care Center 1,000 SFGFA4 9,739 96,0652446 28,820 590 Library 1,000SFGFA 90,8856 23,167 6950 647 610 Hospital 1,000 SFGFA 21,9185 13,728 4418 620 Nursing Home 1,000 SFGFA 12,9886 15,953 4486 710 General Office Building 1,000 SFGFA 15,093 4,528 Medical-Dental Office 51,987 15596 720 Building 1,000 SFGFA /9 184 19,755 State Motor Vehicles 230,155 69047 65738 731 Department 1,000SFGFA 217,7'I4 3 168,192 50458 732 United States Post Office 1,000 SFGFA 159,122 47,737 16,182 4 855 750 Office Park 1,000 SFGFA 15,309 4,593 760 Research and 11,848 3 554 Development Center 1,000 SFGFA 11,209 3,363 389 17,962 5 57013 770 Business Park 1,000 SFGFA 16,9938 812 Building Materials and 82,104 24631 Lumber Store 1,000 SFGFA 77,676 23,303 Transportation SDC Approved Maximum SDC Rate ITE Allowable per Unit Code Land Use Unit[A] SDC Rate [C=B x.30] 2023 Master Fees and Charges-Attachments Page 69 Appendix per Unit34 [B] Free-Standing Discount 73,221 21966 813 Superstore 1,0005FGFA 69,272 22 58,2041-648 17,461 814 Variety Store 1,000 SFGFA 55,065e Free-Standing Discount 53,714 16114 815 Store 1,000SFGFA 50,817 15,245 49,3311-4700 14,799 816 Hardware/Paint Store 1,000 SFGFA 16,671 } 157,737 47321 7 817 Nursery(Garden Center) 1,000 SFGFA 119,231 449 39,3681447 11,810 820 Shopping Center 1,000 SFGLA 37,215 4 g 7 23,177 7,255 826 Specialty Retail Center 1,000 SFGLA 73,089 21,927 5 16,714 5,713 841 Automobile Sales 1,000 SFGFA 99 15,813 � 5 15,557 1,857 843 Automobile Parts Sales 1,000 SFGFA 49,061 11,718 32,510 9,753 848 Tire Store 1,000 SFGFA 30,757 9,227 9 27,038 0,126 2-57580 850 Supermarket 1,000SFGFA 85,266 Convenience Market 469,841 140,952 13345 851 (Open 24 Hours) 1,000 SFGFA 411,504 1 8 24,184 0,612 2.2788 857 Discount Club 1,000 SFGFA 76,2650 Home Improvement 31,855 9 557 9704 862 Superstore 1,0005FGFA 30,1371 21,773 Pharmacy/Drugstore 72.578 20,599 880 without Drive-Through 1,000 SFGFA 687664 21,031 Pharmacy/Drugstore with 70,104 19,897 881 Drive-Through 1,000 SFG FA 667324 33 4_79 1L044 890 Furniture Store 1,000 SFGFA 3,291 9 87 6 19,155 3,851 912 Drive-in Bank 1,000 SFGFA 60,108 18,122 71,230 21,369 931 Quality Restaurant 1,000 SFGFA y7gs3 20,217 932 High-Turnover(Sit-Down) 100,098 30029 Restaurant 1,000SFGFA Q47789e 34 Indexed annually by the Engineering News Record Construction Cost Index(CCI)for 20-City Average,per Resolution 17-08. Page 70 2023 Master Fees and Charges-Attachments Appendix 934 Fast-Food Restaurant with Drive-Through 1,000 SFGFA 417,049 125,115 394,559 118,368 937 Coffee/Donut Shop with Drive-Through 1,000 SFGFA 638,047 191,414 603,61.0 181,092 938 Coffee/Donut Kiosk 1,000 SFGFA 174,759 582,530 165,335 551,116 944 Gasoline/Service Station VFP 33,693 112,310 ;1474 106,251 945 Gasoline/Service Station with Convenience Market VFP 39,597 11,879 37,462 11,239 946 Gasoline/Service Station with Car Wash VFP 69,507 20,852 65,759 19,728 Source:ITE Trip Generation Manual,9th Edition,compiled by FCS GROUP Abbreviations: SFGFA-square feet of gross floor area ODU-occupied dwelling unit VFP-vehicle fueling position Parks and Recreation Systems Development Charge Fee Methodology Residential Development a. An applicant for a building permit should complete a Lake Oswego Parks System Development Charges Application and SDC Calculation Worksheet indicating the type and number of new Dwelling Units to be included in the project. b. The Building Department enters the SDC rates per dwelling on the application form and calculates the SDCs to be paid by the Applicant. SDC Improvement Fee* Type of Dwelling Unit per Dwelling Unit $ 15,672 Single Family Dwelling Unit $ 16,565 Multi-Family Dwelling Unit $ 8,717 $ 9,214 II. Non-Residential Development a. An applicant for a building permit should complete a Lake Oswego Parks System Development Charges Application and SDC Calculation Worksheet indicating the type and number of square feet of building space for each non-residential use to be included in the project. Guidelines for the number of square feet required for each employee are included in the table on the following page for major Standard Industry Classifications. Where a proposed use does not specifically match one of the 2023 Master Fees and Charges—Attachments Page 71 Appendix classifications listed in the table,the listed classification which most closely matches the proposed use,as determined by the City Manager, may be substituted. b. The Building Department calculates the non-residential SDC Improvement Fee by: i. Dividing the building space(square feet)for each non-residential use in the development by the number of square feet per employee(from the guidelines in the Square Feet Per Employee table),and ii. Multiplying the result(from step 1) by the SDC rate Per New Employee($ 1,008 as of January 1, 2022).Any proposed use which constitutes 10%or less of the total building space should be considered an ancillary use and does not require a separate calculation; however, the building space for such uses must be included in the total for other non-residential uses. *Rates are based on Improvement Fee only(no Reimbursement Fee). III. Senior and Affordable Housing Definitions(Per Resolution 08-42): a. "Congregate Housing" is defined as"multi-unit housing with self-contained apartments that contain cooking facilities which support independent lifestyles for those that have life-function disabilities due to age, medical, or mental condition,which do not require residential care or skilled nursing services. Congregate housing provides varying levels of support services,such as meals, laundry, housekeeping,transportation, and social, recreation,cultural and education activities. The full range of services normally associated with residential care facility,are not provided in association with congregate housing." (Section 50.02.005 Definitions, City Code) Rate Provision: Charged at 50%of the Multi-Family residential rate. b. "Residential Care Housing" is considered to be non-residential in nature and is defined as a facility that houses and provides services for 6 or more persons who may have a range of physical and mental health problems, including chronic and debilitating conditions requiring assistance with daily activities. This term is synonymous with other terms such as"assisted living facilities"and "adult care housing" used to describe housing which provides the range of services described below. Living units within residential care housing do not have cooking facilities. A range of services is provided including staff supervised meals, housekeeping and personal care medication supervision, recreation, cultural,social activities and transportation. Residential care housing facilities may include housing for persons needing intermediate care. These are persons who do not require around-the-clock nursing, but who do need preventative care,therapies at levels less than continuous licensed nursing care or observation. Intermediate care emphasizes personal,social and emotional/mental health Page 72 2023 Master Fees and Charges-Attachments Appendix care, but involves the availability of 24 hour service with physicians and nurses in supervisory roles. Skilled nursing services, including convalescent care, may be provided as an accessory and subordinate use in conjunction with residential care facilities. (Section 50.02.005 Definitions,City Code). Rate Provision: Charged at 50%of the Non-Residential rate. SQUARE FEET PER EMPLOYEE (Recommended guidelines from Metro Employment Density Study) Standard Industry Square Feet Standard Industry Square Feet Classification(SIC)* Per Employee Classification(SIC)* Per Employee 1-19 590 37 700 Agriculture., Fish &Forest Services; Transportation Equipment Construction; Mining 20 630 40-42,44,45,47 3,290 Food & Kindred Products Transportation and Warehousing 22, 23 930 43,46,48,49 460 Textile&Apparel Communications and Public Utilities _ 24 640 50,51 1,390 Lumber&Wood Wholesale Trade 25,32,39 760 52-59 470 Furniture; Clay,Stone,&Glass; Misc. Retail Trade 26 1,600 60—68 370 Paper and Allied Finance, Insurance& Real Estate 27 450 70—79 770 Printing, Publishing&Allied Non-Health Services 28—31 720 80 350 Chemicals, Petroleum, Rubber, Leather Health Services 33,34 420 81-89 740 Primary&Fabricated Metals Educational,Social, Membership Services _ 35 300 90—99 540 Machinery Equipment Government 36,38 400 Electrical Machinery, Equipment * Source: U.S. Department of Commerce Standard Industrial Classification Manual IV. Modification, Expansion,or Redevelopment 2023 Master Fees and Charges—Attachments Page 73 Appendix If the development is a modification or expansion of an existing structure,or redevelopment of a property from a previous use,the SDC amount is based on the net increase in the number of Dwelling Units and/or employees,calculated as follows: a. Calculate an SDC on the development as though the entire development was subject to the SDC; b. Calculate an SDC on the existing development, before modification, expansion, or redevelopment,as though the existing development was subject to the SDC; c. Calculate the net SDC amount by subtracting the result of Step b from the result of Step a; if the result is zero or less than zero, no SDC is due. Page 74 2023 Master Fees and Charges-Attachments Appendix Master Fees and Charges Resolution RESOLUTION 224- 296 A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF LAKE OSWEGO REVISING FEES AND CHARGES AND UPDATING THE LAKE OSWEGO MASTER FEES AND CHARGES SCHEDULE WHEREAS, the City has adopted from time to time various fees and charges for services; and WHEREAS,the City has found it necessary to add, revise, or delete various fees. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Lake Oswego that: Section 1. The revisions to fees and charges shown in Exhibit A are hereby adopted effective January 1, 2023, except where noted otherwise. Section 2. The revision to fees and charges shall be incorporated into the City's Master Fees and Charges schedule. Section 3. Effective Date. This Resolution shall take effect upon passage. Considered and enacted at the regular meeting of the City Council of the City of Lake Oswego on the 6th day of December, 2022. AYES: NOES: EXCUSED: ABSTAIN: Joseph M. Buck, Mayor ATTEST: Kari Linder, City Recorder APPROVED AS TO FORM: Jason Loo5Evan Boone, City Attorney Pro Tern 2023 Master Fees and Charges—Attachments Page 75 ATTACHMENT 2 Preface City of Lake Oswego, Oregon The City provides a full range of municipal services to the community which includes police and fire protection, emergency medical services,traffic control, street maintenance and improvements,water,sewer, and stormwater management services, planning and zoning regulation, building inspection and regulation, parks and recreational activities, and community library service. This Master Fees and Charges booklet consolidates all City fees and charges, adopted by City Council resolution,for the various services that the City provides. Typically, it is updated annually and reflects all fee resolutions passed by Council during the year. For easy reference,the current Master Fees and Charges booklet, as well as versions from prior years, are available online at: www.lakeoswego.citv/fees. Fee Variance and Waiver Statement Based upon an unusual circumstance or event, past practices, demonstrated hardship, or public benefit,the City Manager is authorized to waive or decrease a fee(s) or charge(s), barring requirements by State or local codes, in a particular matter or establish a fee not yet authorized in this resolution. When a new fee is established by the City Manager it may be incorporated into this resolution. It shall be communicated to Council in writing to allow opportunity for comment. The request for a waiver or reduction must be in writing. If the City Manager or his designee agrees to said waiver or reduction, he/she may inform the City Council, in writing, of the request and his/her decision, except in minor matters such as non-profit signed fee waivers and City tree removal applications. Effective Dates and Resolution The 2023 Master Fees and Charges effective dates: • Utility Fees are effective July 1, 2023. • All other Fees are effective January 1, 2023 (unless otherwise noted) Resolution#22-29 —Adopting the 2023 Master Fees&Charges Cover photo of Sunset at Luscher Farm is courtesy of Coring Laws—the first place winner of the 2020 Lake Oswego photo contest in the category Places in Lake Oswego 2023 Master Fees and Charges Page 1 Table of Contents Section 1: General 5 Utility Rates: Water, Sewer, Stormwater, and Street 5 Business License and Liquor License 14 Dog License 15 Rights of Way Usage Fee 16 Franchise Fees 18 Public Records Fees 19 Miscellaneous Fees 20 Section 2: City Attorney's Office 21 Discovery Fees and City Code 21 Section 3: Fire Department 22 General Fees 22 Medical Services and Transport Fees 22 Emergency Services Rates 23 Fire and Life Safety Plan Reviews 23 Fire and Life Safety Inspections 23 Section 4: Library 24 General Fees 24 Section 5: Municipal Court 25 General Fees 25 Section 6: Parks& Recreation 26 Recreation Services and Activities 26 Indoor Tennis Center 26 Athletic Field User Charges 27 Adult Community Center Fees 29 Swim Park 30 Water Sports Center 30 Park Reservation Fees 31 Miscellaneous Fees 32 Commercial Photography and Filming in City Parks 32 Page 2 2023 Master Fees and Charges Table of Contents, continued Section 7: Police Department 33 Security Alarm Permit and Fees 33 Security Alarm Code Violation Fines 33 Police Reports 33 Miscellaneous Police Fees 33 Section 8: Public Works Support Services 34 General Fees 34 Section 9: Building Division 35 Building Permits 35 Electrical Permits 36 Mechanical Permits Residential 38 Mechanical Permits Commercial 39 Plumbing Permits 40 Grading and Fill Permits 41 Demo and Deconstruction Permits 41 Manufactured Home Permits 42 Manufactured Dwelling/RV Parks 42 Community Development Code Enforcement Charges 42 Record Retention and Archiving Fees 42 Research and Consultation Fees 43 Other Inspections and Fees 43 Additional Miscellaneous Fees 43 Refunds 43 Section 10: Engineering Division 44 Minor Utility Facilities, Installed or Constructed by Public or Private Entities 44 General Engineering Fees 44 Other Engineering Fees 45 Section 11: Planning Division 47 Ministerial Developments 47 Minor Developments 47 Sign Code Fees 48 2023 Master Fees and Charges Page 3 Table of Contents, continued Comprehensive Plan and Community Development Code Amendments 48 Major Developments 49 Sensitive Lands Overlay Districts 49 Fees Relating to Historical Preservation 49 Appeals 49 Pre-Application Conference/Consultations 79 Research Fees 50 Tree Code Fees 50 Fee Exemptions for Affordable Housing 51 Other Planning Fees 51 Section 12: Systems Development Charges 53 Systems Development Charges 53 APPENDIX Systems Development Charges Methodologies 59 2023 Master Fees and Charges Resolution 69 Page 4 2023 Master Fees and Charges Section 1: General General Utility Rates: Water, Sewer, Stormwater, and Street (LOC 37 and 38) Water and sewer charges for customers outside of the City may be set by specific agreement. For customers outside the City(including Forest Highlands Water District), but not covered by a special agreement,the charge is 150%of standard "in-City" rates. For bulk water users,the City Manager may set"peak"season rates. (LOC 38.04.015) The utility user charge shall be due and payable on the date specified on the bill,and shall be delinquent thereafter.A late charge shall be imposed on delinquent utility user charges in addition to the amount billed. (LOC 38.06.030) A late charge of$5 may be assessed for utility bills not paid within 30 days after billing. If the utility bill is$200 or more,the late charge is 2.5%of the total amount due.The late charge is divided proportionately among the amounts due for water,sewer,stormwater,and street fee and becomes part of the total user charge amount due for each utility. Lake Oswego's Typical Monthly Utility Bill $220 $200 $188.38 $180 $176.91 $160 $155.41 $160.15 $164.83 5170.52 $146.38 $150.78 $140 135.61 $140.85 $120 • • • • • • • • $100 $80 . . . . . . . . . $40 $40 . . . . . . . . . $20 . . . . . . . . . $0 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18 2018-19 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 ■Water 51.16 53.46 55.88 56.96 58.14 59.32 60.51 61.73 62.97 64.22 ■Sewer 64.42 66.37 68.39 70.45 72.56 74.72 76.93 79.97 83.10 86.32 ■Stormwater 11.76 12.58 13.46 14.40 15.41 16.49 17.64 18.87 20.19 21.60 ■Street Maintenance 8.27 8.44 8.65 8.97 9.30 9.62 9.75 9.95 10.65 16.24 Based on typical use for a single-family home-10 ccf for water and 8 ccf for sewer Past and projected average utility rate increases 7/1/18 7/1/19 7/1/20 7/1/21 7/1/22 7/1/23 7/1/24* Water 2.0% 2.0% 2.0% 2.0% 2.0% 2.0% 2.0% Sewer 3.0% 3.0% 3.0% 3.9% 3.9% 3.9% 3.9% Stormwater 7.0% 7.0% 7.0% 7.0% 7.0% 7.0% 7.0% Street maintenance 3.7% 3.4% 1.3% 2.0% 7.0% 50.9% 3.0% Average increase of 3.1% 3.0% 2.9% 3.5% 3.7% 6.5% 3.9% total utility bill *Adopted rates will be implemented the first full billing cycle following the effective date. 2023 Master Fees and Charges Page 5 Section 1: General Components of the Typical Monthly Lake Oswego Utility Bill $100 $90 $80 $70 $60 - - ��- 41111111111 - $50 $40 $30 $20 . . a • • - • - • • -I $10 �i $0 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18 2018-19 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 •Water ii Sewer - - -Stormwater --- Street Maintenance Comparison of Neighboring Cities'Typical Monthly Utility Bills Based on a September 2022 survey of typical single-family homes in other Portland metropolitan area cities. $300 $250 - - $248 $200 n $188 $167 $154 $158 $150 <1 df. <iqc $137 $141 $128 $121 $100 $50 5- LAKE Tualatin Gresham Hillsboro West Linn Beaverton Sherwood Oregon City Milwaukie Wilsonville Tigard OSWEGO Portland •Water 44.62 58.74 51.86 38.69 67.40 66.83 49.28 44.31 60.43 79.34 64.22 117.01 `•Sewer 54.44 38.84 54.13 51.88 57.24 50.63 63.51 67.90 72.94 55.47 86.32 98.80 •Stormwater 11.11 14.86 13.00 8.65 12.46 17.49 11.72 30.20 11.90 15.64 21.60 31.20 •Street 6.22 - 9.11 16.01 - 4.75 15.07 5.25 9.64 7.96 16.24 - ■Other 5.00 15.00 - 20.22 - 1.31 6.50 5.84 2.89 8.28 - 0.97 Page 6 2023 Master Fees and Charges Section 1: General Water Rates 1. Water connection charger-this charge is in addition to the Water SDC fee, if applicable (LOC 38.10.113). Meter size larger than 2"are charged at cost and materials plus 20%overhead ($2,740 minimum). NOTE: If the water connection needs to be made on a moratorium street(one that has been paved within the past five years),the cost for the pavement restoration is charged at cost and materials plus 20%overhead. Meter Size Charge 5/8"-3/4" $ 917 1" $ 1,306 1 1/2" $ 3,290 2" $ 3,682 2. Monthly water standard minimum and volume charges. a. Standard minimum monthly water rates for customers within the City. LOC 38.06.020(2a). For all meter sizes: 7/1/21 7/1/22 7/1/23 Single family residential customers $28.79 $29.37 $ 29.96 Multi-family customers-First unit $31.43 $32.06 $ 32.70 Multi-family customers-Each additional dwelling unit $28.36 $28.93 $29.51 Meter Non-residential Services Irrigation customers Size 7/1/21 7/1/22 7/1/23 7/1/2021 7/1/2022 7/1/2023 5/8"-3/4" $31.43 $32.06 $ 32.70 $28.79 $29.37 $29.96 1" $39.84 $40.64 $ 41.45 $36.49 $37.22 $37.96 1 1/2" $47.40 $ 48.35 $ 49.32 $43.44 $44.31 $45.20 2" $71.74 $73.17 $ 74.63 $65.71 $67.02 $68.36 3" $80.54 $82.15 $ 83.79 $73.83 $75.31 $76.82 4" $ 104.88 $ 106.98 $ 109.12 $96.12 $98.04 $ 100.00 6" $ 128.99 $ 131.57 $ 134.20 $ 118.19 $ 120.55 $ 122.96 8" $ 194.19 $ 198.07 $ 202.03 $ 177.93 $ 181.49 $ 185.12 10" $224.15 $228.63 $ 233.20 $ 205.41 $209.52 $213.71 12" $317.19 $323.53 $330.00 $ 290.64 $296.45 $302.38 b. Volume charges in addition to charges in 2a. USAGE:Per 100 cubic feet(ccf)2 7/1/2021 7/1/2022 7/1/23 Single family residential customers: Tier 1: 0- 8 ccf monthly $3.03/ccf $3.09/ccf $3.15/ccf Tier 2: 9-16 ccf monthly $4.35/ccf $4.44/ccf $4.53/ccf Tier 3: over 17 ccf monthly $8.15/ccf $8.31/ccf $8.48/ccf Multi-family customers $3.49/ccf $3.56/ccf $3.63/ccf Non-residential customers $3.94/ccf $4.02/ccf $4.10/ccf Irrigation customers $6.24/ccf $6.36/ccf $6.49/ccf 1 Indexed annually by the Engineering News Record Construction Cost Index(CCI)for 20-City Average. 2 Based on water delivered during the period between meter read dates. 2023 Master Fees and Charges Page 7 Section 1: General 3. If a customer's water is turned off because of noncompliance with the proper use of water or for non- payment of utility bills,a charge of$60 will be assessed:$30 for turning the water off and another$30 for a water turn-on. (LOC 38.16.170). The City shall turn off and turn on the customer's water supply at the customer's request.The City shall provide this service for free during working hours one time each calendar year.The City shall charge for additional requests and service during non-working hours except in cases of emergency. (LOC 38.16.175) For customer turn off and turn on requests,after the first turn off then on request in a calendar year,a charge of$60 will be assessed:$30 for turning the water off and another$30 for a water turn-on. There is a charge for reading meters or making service turn-ons or turn-offs at other than regular working hours. In order to suit the convenience of water purchasers,whenever a City employee is required to read a meter or make a water service turn-on or turn-off during hours other than the regular work hours established for City employees, a flat charge of$80 shall be required for such service, in addition to all other charges provided for in this resolution,to be payable as other charges for water services. 4. Rates for the temporary use of a fire hydrant include a$50 installation fee, a$10 per day charge for meter rentals with a maximum charge of$50 per month, plus the usage fee for water based on non-residential water rates. In addition,a$475 refundable deposit will be collected. The deposit is refundable if the meter is returned in good condition and fees have been paid in full. 5. Failure to test backflow prevention assemblies between January 1 to July 15 and submit the test results by July 25 shall be cause for the City to arrange for and conduct the required test.The cost of such a test shall be added to the customer's monthly utility bill at the actual incurred cost plus overhead utilizing a billing multiplier of 2.4 times direct costs. (LOC 38.12.126). 6. If the City is requested to conduct a fire flow test,a flat fee will be charged for each test. (See Section 3). Page 8 2023 Master Fees and Charges Section 1: General Water Rate History- Monthly Typical Typical water Effective Fixed Usage usage in portion % Date Rate Rate ccf of bill change 7/1/2014 $23.88 $2.51/$3.60 10 $51.16 6% 7/1/2015 $24.96 $2.62/$3.77 10 $53.46 4.5% 7/1/2016 $26.08 $2.74/$3.94 10 $55.88 4.5% 7/1/2017 $26.61 $2.79/$4.02 10 $56.96 2% 7/1/2018 $27.14 $2.85/$4.10 10 $58.14 2% 7/1/2019 $27.68 $2.91/$4.18 10 $59.32 2% 7/1/2020 $28.23 $2.97/$4.26 10 $60.51 2% 7/1/2021 $28.79 $3.03/$4.35 10 $61.73 2% 7/1/2022 $29.37 $3.09/$4.44 10 $62.97 2% 7/1/2023 $29.96 $3.15/$4.53 10 $64.22 2% Fixed portion of Monthly Water Bill $35 $30 $25 $105 $10 • - $5 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18 2018-19 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 Water Usage Rate per ccf $9 $8 $7 $6 $5 $4 I. $3 $2 I I $1 I III 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18 2018-19 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 •Tier 1: 0-8 ccf/month Tier 2:9-16 ccf/month •Tier 3:over 16 ccf/month 2023 Master Fees and Charges Page 9 Section 1: General Sewer Rates 1. Sewer monthly rates for customers within the City,served by the City,and outside Clean Water Services (CWS)shall be charged the following rates for sewer service LOC 38.06.020(2b): Residential for all meter sizes: 7/1/2021 7/1/2022 7/1/23 First dwelling unit $61.73 $64.14 $66.64 Each additional dwelling unit $55.69 $57.86 $60.12 Meter Non-residential services Size 7/1/21 7/1/22 7/1/23 5/8"-3/4" $ 55.07 $ 57.22 $ 59.45 1" $ 69.71 $ 72.43 $ 75.25 1 1/2" $ 82.88 $ 86.11 $ 89.47 2" $ 125.40 $ 130.29 $ 135.37 3" $ 140.82 $ 146.31 $ 152.02 4" $ 183.30 $ 190.45 $ 197.88 6" $ 225.49 $ 234.28 $ 243.42 8" $ 268.06 $ 278.51 $ 289.37 10" $ 310.60 $ 322.71 $ 335.30 12" $ 437.77 $ 454.84 $ 472.58 USAGE: Per 100 cubic feet(ccf)of average winter water usage 7/1/21 7/1/22 7/1/23 Residential customers $2.28/ccf $2.37/ccf $ 2.46/ccf Non-residential customers $3.43/ccf $3.56/ccf $3.70/ccf a. The above Sewer Usage Rate per 100 cubic feet of average monthly water consumption is based on a customer's average water use during three applicable winter billing cycles. If the full three winter billing cycles are not available,whatever billing record is available shall be used for the computation. b. Where no average winter water usage is available or where it is deemed inappropriate to use in some unusual circumstance for residential, use the standard City-wide average of 8ccf per month multiplied by the standard sewer rates listed above. c. The monthly sewer utility user charge for property within the City and served by Clean Water Services (CWS)of Washington County shall be equal to the monthly service charge established by the agency for similar uses served by the Agency system.The City Manager shall keep on file for public inspection a copy of the current rate structure. Clean Water Services Charge 7/1/20 7/1/21 7/1/22 7/1/233 CWS Sewer-fixed base charge $30.03 $31.38 $32.64 n/a CWS Sewer-usage charge $ 1.99 $ 2.08 $ 2.16 n/a 3 Not known at this time,usually becomes available on June 1st. Page 10 2023 Master Fees and Charges Section 1: General 2. If the City is requested to conduct a sewer connection verification test,a fee of$60 will be charged for each test. Homeowners requesting the test and residing at the residence are exempt from this fee. 3. A line charge shall be assessed upon connection to portions of the sewer system. The City Engineer is authorized to establish additional benefited project areas upon completion of new projects that are constructed under the City's Sewer Extension Program. Customers within the project area shall be assessed the line charge as a condition of receiving a connection permit. The line charge will be reviewed annually and adjusted to reflect actual construction costs of eligible projects or the change in the Engineering News Record Construction Cost Index(20-City Average)as published in October of the preceding year. The charges shown below are for eligible projects already completed through the date of this resolution: a. For the following project areas,the cost per single family connection $ 27,347 4 Sundeleaf Drive Deemar Way Country Club Road Mardee Avenue Bryant Road/Old Gate Road Stonebridge Way Jean Road Upper Drive west of Bryant Carman Drive b. A multiple of the above fee in 3a with the multiplier equal to the number of single family connections that could be developed on the subject property under R-5 zoning,as determined by the City Engineer.4 4. Special Sewer Connection Charges: a. Fairway Road Project (pursuant to Ordinance#2262) $ 46,745 5 b. Rivergrove Sewer Connection Charges(pursuant to Zone-of-Benefit [ZOB] Ordinance#2352) Refer to final ZOB ordinance for fees by lot. Various 5 4 Indexed annually by the Engineering News Record Construction Cost Index(CCI)for 20-City Average. Amount is rounded to the nearest dollar. 5 Indexed annually by the Engineering News Record Construction Cost Index(CCI)for Seattle. Amount is rounded to the nearest dollar. Note: For items 3 through 4,SDC charges may apply and are in addition to the line charges shown. 2023 Master Fees and Charges Page 11 Section 1: General Stormwater Rates 1. The stormwater management utility user charge shall be as follows{LOC 38.06.020 2(c)}: a. Each customer using a location for a single-family home or a duplex shall be charged the fee as shown in the table below. b. All other parcels shall be charged per the table below per Equivalent Service Unit(ESU).Total ESUs charged is determined by dividing the total impervious area by 3,030 and rounding to the nearest whole number. 7/1/21 7/1/22 7/1/23 Fixed monthly rate $ 18.87 $ 20.19 $ 21.60 2. Tampering Fine.The fine for tampering with the City utility system shall be equal to the total of the cost of correcting the tampering, plus any utility fee revenue estimated by the City to have been lost or affected by the tampering,and a$100 fine. (LOC 38.26.915). Page 12 2023 Master Fees and Charges Section 1: General Street Maintenance Fee (LOC 37) LOC 37.02.015 A Street Maintenance Fee was established by Ordinance No. 2373 in an amount to be adjusted from time to time, by resolution of the City Council. The fee is based upon the relative direct and indirect use of,or benefit from,the City street system that results from activities within the City, and shall be imposed upon the persons responsible for each developed property upon which such activities occur. LOC 37.02.020 All funds collected pursuant to this Chapter shall be used to pay costs of operation, maintenance, repair, engineering,improvement, renewal, replacement and reconstruction of the City street system. LOC 37.04.010 The Street Maintenance Fee shall be billed and collected with and as part of the combined utility user charge billing pursuant to LOC 38.06.020 and LOC 38.06.030. In the event funds received from the City's utility billings are inadequate to satisfy in full all of the water,sewer,stormwater, and street maintenance fees,credit shall be first given in this order: street maintenance fee,stormwater,sewer, and then water. Rates6 and Effective Dates(Per Resolution 10-19 and 10-20): a. Residential groups will be billed 100%of the following per resident fees monthly: Effective Effective Effective July 1,2021 July 1,2022 July 1,2023 Single family $ 9.95 $ 10.65 $ 16.07 Multi-family(per unit) $ 7.11 $ 7.61 $ 11.48 b. Non-Residential groups will be billed the following fees monthly, multiplied by their square footage: Effective Effective Effective July 1,2021 July 1,2022 July 1,2023 Group I $ 6.08 $ 6.51 $ 9.82 Group II $ 13.69 $ 14.65 $ 22.11 Group III $51.12 $54.70 $ 82.55 General"Group"classification defined as: Group I: less than 29 vehicle trip miles per day, per 1,000 sq ft Group II: from 29 to 90 vehicle trip miles per day, per 1,000 sq ft Group III: greater than 90 vehicle trip miles per day, per 1,000 sq ft 6 Indexed annually by the Engineering News Record Construction Cost Index(CCI)for 20-City Average. Per Resolution 10-20,index adjustment shall not be less than a two percent increase or more than a seven percent increase. The increase this year of 50.9%includes both an increase of 5.7%for CCI as well as for an increase of 45.2%or$1.5M for annual pathway funding. 2023 Master Fees and Charges Page 13 Section 1: General Business License and Liquor License Business License A business with anticipated or established gross revenue during a calendar year of no more than $1,000 and at least 50%owned by a person under 19 years of age, are exempt from the following annual business license fees (LOC 20.02.025): 3 or fewer 4—10 11 or more Business License Fees employees employees employees Initial issue fee $80 $ 110 $ 150 Renewal fee received on or before renewal date $64 $ 84 $ 110 Renewal fee received after renewal date $80 $ 110 $ 150 Additional review fee' $20 $ 30 $ 45 1. Renewal Period: Applications for new business licenses should be submitted at least 30 days before the business opens. New business licenses are in effect for the full twelve months after the month of initial issuance. They are renewed annually thereafter. 2. Appeal Fees: Appeal of issue, denial,suspension, or revocation of license $200 3. Temporary Business License: License shall be valid for no more than two successive weeks during a calendar year.They are non- renewable with a minimum fee of$25 per week(or portion thereof)and a maximum fee of$50 per two-week period. Applicants are restricted to two temporary licenses per year. 4. Business License Violation Fee $ 550 Liquor License The Oregon Liquor Control Commission (OLCC)solicits the City's recommendation on applications for new, renewed,or changed liquor licenses.The City will no longer charge a fee for this service. 'Additional review fee applies to any application(initial or renewal)that requires additional review. Page 14 2023 Master Fees and Charges Section 1: General Dog License (LOC 31.02.115) Every person keeping a dog that has a set of permanent canine teeth or is 6 months old,whichever comes first, shall procure a license for the dog. The license must be procured by paying the following fee to the City, not later than 30 days after the person becomes keeper of the dog. A dog license shall be valid for up to 1,2,or 3 years, and shall expire on the appropriate month end of the respective year.To stay within State Law, no license may be issued with an expiration date that is beyond the end of the month of the applicable rabies vaccination expiration date. Licenses are not prorated for partial years. Expires on the appropriate month end Dog license fees One year Two years Three years Rabies Infertile $30 $60 $90 vaccination Fertile $50 $100 $150 required Delinquent license charge(after 2mo. past due) $20 plus license fee Replacement dog tag $ 5 Dog impounded without license License fee plus impoundment fee Impoundment fee(first pickup) $30 Impoundment fee(additional within 90 days) $60 Shelter fee Set by Clackamas County Dog Control Shelter Dog license exceptions 1. Seeing-eye or other assistance dog: No fee is charged for certified seeing-eye or other assistance dogs as defined in ORS 346.659A,such as"in-training", hearing-ear,or other assistance types recognized by a qualified organization. 2. Rabies vaccination due to medical reasons: No rabies vaccination certificate is required as long as(1)the examining veterinarian certifies that the dog should be exempted from the rabies vaccination due to medical reasons and (2)states whether the reason is permanent or the date when exemption ends. 3. Kenneled for commercial sale(and not at large): The fee for a dog that is kept primarily in kennels for commercial sale(and not permitted to run at large)as part of a dog breeder's inventory is$0; a dog that is kept primarily in kennels(and not permitted to run at large), but is removed from the dog breeder's inventory is$5. The keeper must provide evidence that the keeper is a dog breeder and that the dog is a part of the breeder's inventory and/or is kept primarily in kennels for commercial sale and not permitted to run at large. 4. New resident or new dog: New dogs are required to be licensed within 30 days of the owner becoming a resident,of acquisition,or of first rabies shot,and for a one,two or three year license,depending on the expiration of the rabies shot.After an additional 60 days,the delinquent license charge is added to the regular license fee. 5. New dog licensed elsewhere: No fee is charged to owners of new dogs currently licensed elsewhere, but are required to register the dog and obtain a City of Lake Oswego dog tag. 2023 Master Fees and Charges Page 15 Section 1: General Rights of Way Usage Fee On January 2,2019,the Lake Oswego City Council adopted Ordinance 2804,adding Lake Oswego Code Chapter 51 ("Utilities Facilities in Public Rights of Way").Chapter 51 established uniform regulations for utility operations in the City's right of way, as well as a licensing and registration process that replaced individually negotiated franchise agreements. Fees associated with Ordinance 2804 and Chapter 51 of Lake Oswego City Code were established via Resolution 19-03,also adopted January 2, 2019. Utility Service Annual Rights of Way Usage Fee* Electric 5%of gross revenue Natural Gas 5%of gross revenue Cable 5%of gross revenue,or maximum amount permitted by applicable law Communications 5%of gross revenue, $3.38 per linear foot of utilities in the rights-of- way,or a minimum annual fee of $5,628,whichever is greater; or the maximum amount permitted by applicable law. The per-linear-foot fee and the minimum fee shall increase 3% annually on January 1st of each year, beginning January 1, 20208 Any utility operator that does not Based on Total Linear Feet of Utility Facilities in the Rights-of-Way: earn gross revenue within the City. Up to 5,000: $6,753 5,001-10,000: $9,004 10,001-20,000: $13,505 More than 20,000: $22,511 The minimum fee shall increase 3%annually on January 1st of each year, beginning January 1,2020. "Gross Revenue" means any and all revenue,of any kind, nature or form without deduction for expense, less net uncollectibles,derived from the operation of utility facilities in the City,subject to all applicable limitations in federal or state law. Rights of Way License Application fee $250 for a five-year license Rights of Way Annual Registration fee $150 * Government provided water,sewer,and stormwater utilities are not charged this fee. 8 Fees listed incorporate 3%escalator as of January 1,2021 Page 16 2023 Master Fees and Charges Section 1: General Attachment Fees As per City of Lake Oswego Ordinance 2820 and established in Resolution 19-03,wireless providers that deploy infrastructure within the city right of way are subject to the following fees: Wireless Facility permit fee, charged for each wireless facility $996.19 per application application submitted to the City Additional attachment fee, if placed on City owned pole $868.88 annually Additional fee for optional permit pre-application meeting $533.63 per occurrence Additional fee for knockdown of any pole with wireless facility $440.27 per occurrence attachment All fees shall increase 3%annually on January 1st of each year, beginning January 1, 2020 9 9 Fees listed incorporate 3%escalator as of January 1,2022 2023 Master Fees and Charges Page 17 Section 1: General Franchise Fees (as set by franchise agreements) Electricity and Natural Gas Portland General Electric Franchise fee: 3.5%of defined gross revenue Expires January 17, 2023 (Ordinance 2610) Garbage/Solid Waste Republic Services Franchise fee: 5%of gross cash receipts Expires December 13, 2022 (Ordinance 2600) Cable Comcast(MACC) Ziply Fiber(MACC) Franchise fee: 5%of gross revenue Franchise fee: 5%of gross revenue Expires June 30,2025 (Ordinance 2681) Expires May 25, 2022 (Ordinance 2486) Telecommunication Services Clackamas County Astound Broadband No franchise fee(City receives use of 4 strands of Franchise Fee:A minimum of$1,500 per quarter fiber) Expires August 4,2025 (Ordinance 2691) or 5%of gross revenue—whichever is greater Expires December 17, 2025 (Ordinance 2693) Page 18 2023 Master Fees and Charges Section 1: General Public Records Fees" 1. Copies of finance documents: Biennial Budget $25 per copy Available online Annual Audit(Comprehensive Annual Financial $25 per copy Available online Report) Biennial LORA Budget $ 5 per copy Available online Annual LORA Audit(Year-end Financial Report) $ 5 per copy Available online 2. Copies of planning and engineering documents: Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) $56 per copy Available online Community Development Code(City Code Ch 50) $64 per copy Available online Comprehensive Plan $56 per copy Available online Public Facilities Plan $29 per copy Available online Public Facilities Plan Appendix $56 per copy Available online Neighborhood Plans $ 19 per copy Available online 3. Copies of maps: Zoning map $20 per copy Available online Comprehensive Plan map $20 per copy Available online City Limits map $20 per copy Available online City Atlas with binder $50 per copy City Atlas(update w/o binder) $0.25 per page 4. Copies of Lake Oswego City Code: Copies of Lake Oswego City Code— $55 Available online excludes Ch 50(no binder) Copies of City Code in PDF format(CD) $20 Available online Copies of Community Development Code $20 Available online in PDF format(CD) 5. Copies of community surveys $ 10 per copy Available online 6. General service copies $0.25 per page 7. Flash Drives $ 8 8 MB $ 9 16 MB $ 13 32MB 8. Records research $25 per 15 minutes/request(minimum $25) plus copies and materials charges 9. Blueprints $ 1 to$7 depending on map size plus $0.50 to$3.50 for overlays 10 Unless otherwise specified under individual department section. 2023 Master Fees and Charges Page 19 Section 1: General Miscellaneous Fees 1. Employment application fee(including assessment tools&testing): Time&materials, not to exceed$25. 2. Administration Fee of 20%for insurance claims related to damage to City property. 3. Use fees(as shown in the Administrative Procedures Manual, Procedure No.2): First use of City facilities shall be by City or other governmental entities.These use fees will be applicable to private parties using City facilities. Fee will include, but is not limited to,a facility supervisor fee,a janitorial fee, and a building use fee.A security and/or cleaning deposit may also be required. Fee may be waived at the discretion of the City Manager, barring requirements by State or local codes. a. Facility supervisor fee: Based upon employee's hourly rate plus benefits and applicable overhead charges. If overtime is involved,the overtime rate will be charged. b. Janitorial fee: Hourly rate plus benefits of the custodial staff and applicable overhead charges will be charged to the user. c. Building use fee: Community Room (Council Chambers and Courtroom)$100 for the first hour and$50 per additional hour Conference Room $50 for the first hour and$25 per additional hour Park facilities have separate fees,see Section 6. 4. Request for construction contract bidding documents: As established in the Invitation to Bid. 5. Filming permit processing fee(LOC 20.06.400) $ 1,000 Filming permit processing fee appeal $ 100 See Commercial Filming in City Parks in Section 6 for additional fees(page 33) 6. Lien search fee Initial search per tax lot $58 for initial search Subsequent search of same tax lot $ 15 for next 90 days 7. NSF check charges $20 for first offense $35 for repeat offenses 8. Parking stall fee $ 1 per hour per stall (Stalls could be located in public right-a-way or public parking lots) 9. Passport Fees made payable to U.S. Department of State a. For"minor"applications(under 16 years old) $ 80 b. For"adult"applications(16 years or older) $ 110 All passport fees are c. To EXPEDITE any passport application ... add $ 60 set by the U.S. d. For"minor" Passport Card only(under 16 years old) $ 15 Department of State e. For"adult" Passport Card only(16 years or older) $ 30 10. Passport Fees made payable to"City of Lake Oswego" a. For regular passport applications $ 35 per passport application b. For Passport Card applications $ 35 per PASS Card only Only one fee charged if applying for both 11. Passport photo fee $ 15 per set of two Page 20 2023 Master Fees and Charges Section 2: City Attorney's Office City Attorney's Office The following fees shall be charged for the services of the City Attorney's Office: Discovery Fees 1. Copies up to 10 pages $ 15 Each additional page $0.25 2. Audio and video copies $50 first DVD/CD/USB $ 15 each additional copy 3. Review and Redaction of Audio and $60/hour,after first 30 minutes(billed at 15-minute increments) Video 4. Copies of photographs $ 1 per letter-size page(4 color print to a page) $50 burned to CD(for up to 30) 5. Flash Drives $ 8 8 MB $ 9 16 MB $ 13 32MB City Code 1. See Section 1:General, Public Record Fees,on page 19. 2023 Master Fees and Charges Page 21 Section 3: Fire Department Fire Department The following fees shall be charged for the Fire Department activities of the City.Any non-listed expenses to provide services in Section 3 will be charged at cost. General Fees 1. Fire and Inspection Reports a. Reports up to 10 pages $25 Each additional page over 10 $0.25 b. Additional research time past first 15 minutes $25 per 15 minutes charged to nearest quarter hour. 2. Fire Investigation Information and Other a. Narrative report up to 10 pages $25 Each additional page over 10 $0.25 b. Digital disk copies $25 Each additional copy same disk $ 16 Plus charge for each picture $0.25 c. Photo log $ 25 each d. Staff time past first 15 minutes charged to the $25 per 15 minutes nearest quarter hour 3. Non-listed expenses to provide services in Section 3 Charged at cost Medical Services and Transport Fees 1. Advanced Life Support Treatment and Transport $1,448.09 (+mileage) 2. Non-Emergent Transport ALS(+mileage) $991.52 3. Non-Emergent Transport BLS(+mileage) $667.68 4. Treatment without Transport(per hour, rounded to $316.35 the quarter hour; 1 hour minimum,) plus supplies used at cost 5. Emergent Patient-Loaded Milage $30.33 per mile 6. Non-Emergent Patient-Loaded Mileage $23.28 per mile (Mileage charges begin at the location of the emergency/incident scene and end at the destination facility,and are rounded up to the next tenth of a mile.) 7. Ambulance/Medical Standby Fees (Standby fees are assessed on an hourly bases from the time personnel arrive at the event until the conclusion of onsite functions in%hour increments.) a. Paramedics(2 paramedic minimum, 3 hour $67.11 per paramedic per hour minimum b. Ambulance $55 per hour c. Billing/Administration $ 100 Page 22 2023 Master Fees and Charges Section 3: Fire Department Emergency Services Rates 1. Apparatus costs: Per current Oregon Fire Service Mobilization Plan fee schedule. 2. Personnel costs: Fire employee's actual hourly rate plus benefits or the actual personnel costs to replace on-shift firefighters in their assigned capacity. 3. Dive team and boat team operations:Apparatus and personnel costs apply; plus$60 per hour for specialty equipment maintenance and miscellaneous costs associated with the use of specialty equipment. 4. Emergency standby for hazardous utility incidents where Fire needs to protect life and property: $289.81 per hour after the first half hour. 5. Non-emergency standby for special events:$289.81 per hour for Fire Apparatus 6. Calls for emergency services for accidents on highways, public right-of-ways, railways,or resulting from other transportation incidents exceeding 0.5 hours may be billed according to the current payment schedule in the Oregon State Mobilization Plan adopted by the Oregon State Fire Marshal's Office. Fire and Life Safety Plan Reviews 1. Preliminary water and emergency access evaluation for all pre-applications $ 70 2. Detailed water and emergency access evaluation for all development and building permit applications: a. Minor partitions(up to 3 lots) $ 140 b. Subdivisions $250 c. Commercial $250 d. All other applications requiring fire review $ 140 3. All fire code construction permits requiring fire review $250 4. All Fire Code Operational Permits $200 5. Mobile Emergency Responder Radio Coverage(MERRC) a. 0 to 50,000 sq.ft. $0.50 per sq.ft. b. Additional sq.ft.from 50,001 to 100,000 $0.30 per sq.ft. c. Additional sq.ft. exceeding 100,000 $0.10 per sq.ft. Fire and Life Safety Inspections 1. Initial inspection and 1st follow-up No fee 2. Each additional inspection, required for compliance $ 107 per hour 3. After-hours inspections $ 150 per hour(1 hour minimum) 4. Re-inspection fee for new construction after the second violation $ 107 per hour 2023 Master Fees and Charges Page 23 Section 4: Library Library The following fees shall be charged for the Library Department activities of the City: General Fees (LOC 16.08.310) 1. Uniform Library Network Fees Non-resident card $95 per family per year 2. Library Penalty Fees Lost and damaged library items Replacement cost, as determined by staff 3. Sale of withdrawn/surplus items Varies;typically$0.10-$3 4. Overdue fine $0.10 per item per day,with a$1 maximum fine per item $ 1.00 per item per day,with a maximum fine equal to the replacement cost of the item,for Library of Things material 5. Photocopy charges General photocopy charges $0.10 per page Reference collection photocopies $0.10 per page (first 5 pages are free) Black and white internet printing charges $0.10 per page(first dollar used in any combination of color and/or black&white is waived) Color internet printing charges $0.25 per page(first dollar used in any combination of color and/or black&white is waived) Page 24 2023 Master Fees and Charges Section 5: Municipal Court Municipal Court The following fees shall be charged for the Municipal Court activities of the City: General Fees 1. Delayed Payment Fee This fee is assessed in order to help defray the costs of deferred payment of fines. Duration of Payments Amount added to fine 0 to 60 days $ 0 Over 60 days $ 15 2. Vacate Fee $20 This is a fee charged when someone requests the Municipal Court Judge to review a file, change the status, and/or vacate a charge from the DMV record. 4. Fix-it-ticket Administrative Fee $35 This fee is charged when the citing officer has designated the citation as one that will be dismissed if proof of correction is provided before the initial appearance date. 5. Good Driver Deferred Sentencing Program Administrative Fee Fee shall be the equivalent of the reduced presumptive fine for the charged offense. 6. Seatbelt and Child Restraint Violation Deferred Sentencing Program Administrative Fee $ 100 7. Civil Compromise Administrative Fee $ 150 8. Court Appearance Audio Recording $25 each 9. Certified Copies of Court Documents $5 each 10. Copies up to 10 pages $ 15 Each additional page $0.25 2023 Master Fees and Charges Page 25 Section 6: Parks & Recreation Parks & Recreation The following fees shall be charged for the Parks&Recreation activities of the City: Recreation Services and Activities The services and activity programs within Parks&Recreation are designed to meet the expectations of the Lake Oswego community.A wide range of recreational activities are offered to all ages and ability levels.Services and activity programs are offered to families and individuals at an affordable price and well within market value. Fees Each division shall determine fees based upon marketability and associated expenses for the specific program or service. 1. Lake Oswego residents are given priority in registration and pricing for recreation services and activities. Non-residents are charged additional fees of up to 1.5 times the base activity rate. 2. Fees are designed to cover 100%of the expenses associated with activities. Factors included in rates are: Instructor wages and benefits,supplies/materials,entrance/admission fees, advertising,and transportation. 3. Contract service provision of activities include fees to cover total expense plus a program administrative percentage. Service providers are paid a negotiated sum per participant. 4. Lake Oswego Parks&Recreation (LOPR) Refund Policy • 100%refund to each registered and paid participant if LOPR cancels an activity,class or event. • 100%refund for an activity fee if refund is requested seven calendar days prior to start date of activity. • Refunds requested within seven calendar days prior to the start date of the activity are subject to$10 processing fee(fee applies to each activity withdrawal). • In lieu of a refund,the$10 processing fee is waived with an option for activity fee credit on customer account.All credits are non-refundable and applicable for LOPR activity registration or user fees. • After an activity start date(day of or after),only a prorated refund credit on customer account is issued. Exceptions to the refund policy may be made at staffs discretion depending upon extenuating circumstances. Indoor Tennis Center 1. Court Fees $24-$32/hour Seasonal $22-$26/hour 2. Activity Rates a. Staff Instructed Activities—Fees established by determining the instruction hourly rate charged plus an additional administrative program percentage determined by market. b. Private Lessons—Instructors who are employees of the City may teach private lessons. Instructors must pay the City for the use of the courts at the seasonal rate. c. Lake Oswego residents are given priority in registration and pricing for recreation classes and activities. Non-residents are charged additional fees of up to 1.5 times the base class or activity rate. Page 26 2023 Master Fees and Charges Section 6: Parks & Recreation 3. Card Key Fee—A non-refundable fee of$20 resident,$30 non-resident annually. 4. Additional Fees—The Tennis Center shall be able to add new activities or programs during the year in order to promote marketability of the facility.As with other activities,fees will be based on instruction hourly rate charged plus an additional program administrative percentage determined by market. 5. Room Rental Fees Dibbins Room Non-Profit up to 3 hours all Others Non-Refundable Cleaning Fee $10 $10 Non-Refundable Cleaning Fee (with Food) $25 $25 Refundable Deposit $25 $100 Hourly Usage Fee $25/Hour $50/Hour Exceptions to the rental policy may be made at staffs discretion depending upon extenuating circumstances. Athletic Field User Charges 1. Turf Field fees Natural Turf Artificial Turf Category Daytime With lights Daytime With lights Category 1 (LOPR Programs) No Charge No Charge No Charge No Charge Category 2(Recognized local youth $ 13/hr $ 18/hr $ 15/hr $ 20/hr organizations, LOSD) Category 3(locally sponsored) $30/hr $40/hr $30/hr $40/hr Category 4(non-local&for-profit) $80/hr $ 100/hr $80/hr $ 100/hr Category 1 Applies to all LORP&City of Lake Oswego affiliated activities. Category 2 Applies to recognized local youth organizations and Lake Oswego School District. • 70%of participants are local residents. Participants considered local residents have a local home address and/or attend a public school in the Lake Oswego School District. • Additionally,these Organizations must maintain a "good standing"with LOPR in order to remain in this category. • Organizations must be based in Lake Oswego. Local youth organizations under the Community Schools Program are included. Category 3 Applies to tournaments,events,camps,clinics, and activities that are hosted by local youth leagues/organizations. • This includes other School Districts, athletics/sport leagues,civic groups,churches, business organizations, neighborhood associations,and individual residents for non-profit purposes. 2023 Master Fees and Charges Page 27 Section 6: Parks & Recreation Category 4 Applies to all clinics,camps,tournaments,and activities hosted by non-local organizations. This category also applies to all for-profit entities, regardless of location address or local participation percentage. 1. League Cleaning&trash disposal fee $200 per session (Covers cost of trash pick-up on athletics fields over and above regular trash disposal) 2. Field light turn off fee: $50 per occurrence A field light turn off fee will be applied to billing when lights are not turned off by field users and must be turned off by City Staff.This fee applies in the following circumstances: a. Cancelled field use,without notification for the purpose of turning off field lights or to cancel requested field lights programming. b. Leaving field earlier than the scheduled reserved time without turning off lights. 3. Additional Fees: City may charge field use,without notification for the purpose of turning of turning off field lights or to cancel requested field lights programming 4. Tournament and Camp Refund • Tournaments and Camps will not be issued a refund or credit due to unused fields or hours • Cancellations made at least 7 days in advance will receive a full refund minus a $25 cancellation fee. 5. Field Preparation Fees Local Organizations: Baseball/Softball Fields No charge for initial set-up Additional lining$75* Soccer League Fields No charge for initial set-up Additional lining(large field) $200* Additional lining(small field) $200* Football Fields No charge for initial set-up Additional lining $200* *Subject to written approval by the Parks and Recreation Director or designee 5. Admission/Event Fees: Organizations which charge admission or event fees at any City athletic field must notify the Parks and Recreation Department ten days before the scheduled event and will be charged 10%of the gross income received.The group will be required to provide Parks and Recreation with financial records of their event within five working days after the completion of the event.Spectators who do not wish to pay admission or make a donation are to be ADMITTED FREE. 6. Drop-in gym programs $4 Resident $8 Non-resident Page 28 2023 Master Fees and Charges Section 6: Parks & Recreation Adult Community Center Fees 1. Human Services Programs a. A per participant donation may be suggested for specified human service programs. b. Fees are designed to cover up to 100%of the expenses associated with the Social Services trips and Respite Program. c. A$30-$50 per session (per participant) resident,$35-$55 per session (pre participant) non-resident fee is designed to cover direct expenses associated with the respite program. d. Classes and other programs generating revenue for another entity, but held at LOACC may be charged a per person fee. 2. Shuttle Bus Transportation to and from the Center. Suggested donation is$1 per one-way ride. 3. Refund Policy • 100%refund to each registered and paid participant if LOPR cancels an activity,class or event. • 100%refund for an activity fee if refund is requested seven calendar days prior to start date of activity. • Refunds requested within seven calendar days prior to the start date of the activity are subject to$10 processing fee(fee applies to each activity withdrawal). • In lieu of a refund,the$10 processing fee is waived with an option for activity fee credit on customer account.All credits are non-refundable and applicable for LOPR activity registration or user fees. • After an activity start date(day of or after),only a prorated refund credit on customer account is issued. 4. Trip Refund Policy Trip Refund Policy:There are no refunds for trips that include expenses prepaid by the ACC unless a replacement participant can be found.All other trips may be canceled with a refund per the L.O. Park&Recreation refund policy. 2023 Master Fees and Charges Page 29 Section 6: Parks & Recreation 5. Room Rental Fees11 Adult Community Center Non-Profit Organization All Others Up to 3 hours Oak/Acorn Rooms: Non-Refundable Cleaning Fee $25 $ 25 Non-Refundable Cleaning Fee(with food) $50 $50 Refundable Deposit $75 $200 Hourly Usage Fee $50/hr $ 100/hr Trillium/Hazel/Dogwood/Birch/Cedar/Madrone Rooms: Non-Refundable Cleaning Fee $ 10 $ 10 Non-Refundable Cleaning Fee(with food) $25 $ 25 Refundable Deposit $25 $ 100 Hourly Usage Fee $25/hr $50/hr TV $20 per use $20 per use Microphone $ 10 per use $ 10 per use Hybrid Equipment $20 per use $20 per use Podium $20 per use $ 20 per use After hour staff $25 per hour Exceptions to the rental policy may be made at staff's discretion depending upon extenuating circumstances. 6. Additional Fees The Adult Community Center shall be able to add new activities or programs during the year in order to promote marketability of the facility.As with other activities,the fee will be based on a base rate plus overhead. Swim Park Daily usage is free to local residents in compliance with an agreement between the Lake Corporation and the City of Lake Oswego Water Sports Center Lake Oswego Rowing Club Foundation has an agreement with the City to operate the Water Sports Center. User activity fees are set by the Lake Oswego Rowing Club Foundation. 11 Non-residents are charged fees 1.5 times the resident fees for all rental fees. Page 30 2023 Master Fees and Charges Section 6: Parks & Recreation Park Reservation Fees12 1. Facility Rental—Exceptions to Section 1, Miscellaneous Fees, page 20. Facility Rate I Rate II Rate III $ 100/3 Park Picnic Shelters $85/3 hrs hrs $ 190/3 hrs Millennium Park pergola area $ 110/hr $ 160/hr $460/hr Millennium Stage/grassy knoll $ 60/hr $ 110/hr $310/hr Foothills Park Pavilion $ 110/hr $ 160/hr $360/hr Foothills Amphitheater $ 110/hr $ 160/hr $310/hr Foothills Pavilion Grass Area $ 60/hr $ 110/hr $310/hr Foothills Viewing Dolphins $ 60/hr $ 80/hr $220/hr Roehr Park Amphitheater&Viewing $ 160/hr $230/hr $520/hr Dolphin Excursion boat dock—commercial docking $ 60/hr $ 80/hr $220/hr Non-shelter Parks Areas13 $ 60/hr $ 80/hr $ 220/hr Refundable damage deposit Park Shelters $ 100/use Premier Parks: Millennium Plaza Park, Foothills Park and Roehr Park $500/use Special Events $500/use Rate I: Open or closed to the public;events with no sales, no admission fees, no concession sales, no entry fees,and no pledges of future revenues; no sponsor signage allowed. Rate II: Open to the public;events which generate sales,admission fees,concessions, entry fees and/or pledges of future revenues;sponsor signage allowed. Rate Ill: Closed to the public; events which generate sales,admission fees,concessions, entry fees, and/or pledges of future revenues;sponsor signage allowed. 2. Food trucks with facility reservation $60/hr 3. Special Event Application Fees and Special Event Park Reservations • Special Event Application Fee-other than for City Sponsored Events Application must be received 60 days prior to the event. Fee is$150. • For reservations that are tied to a Special Event Permit that use park areas,standard Park/Premier Park fees apply and are in addition to the Special Event Fee. • Additional City Staff maybe needed to support an event. In such case there is an additional $150/hr per person for the need time at the event. 12 Non-residents are charged fees 1.5 times the resident fees for all rental fees. 13 Includes lawn areas,gardens,historical sites,or use of ball fields or parking lots for special events. 2023 Master Fees and Charges Page 31 Section 6: Parks & Recreation 4. Refund Policy • 100%refund of reservation fee if LOPR cancels the reservation. Shelter Reservation Refund: • If a reservation is canceled 14 days prior to reservation date,a full refund is given, less the$10 processing fee. • If a reservation is canceled less than 14 day prior to the reservation date only the refundable deposit will be refunded. Premier Park and Special Event Park Refund: • If a reservation is canceled 30 days prior to reservation date a full refund is given, less the$10 processing fee. • If a reservation is canceled less than 30 days prior to the reservation date 50%of the full payment will be refunded. The Special Event Permit Application fee is not refundable. Miscellaneous Fees 1. All Parks Plans $30 per copy 2. Research fee $25 per 15 minutes($25 minimum) plus copy and material charges Commercial Photography and Filming in City Parks See also Filming Permit in Section 1 for the additional processing fees, page 20. 1. Film/Video rate per venue a. One day fee-no park closure required $ 250 b. One day fee-park closure required $ 1,000 Damage deposit may be required,depending on scope of filming. 2. Still Photography rate per venue a. 1 to 5 hours $ 55 b. 6 to 24 hours $ 110 3. Annual Photo Pass(All Parks) $ 150 4. Long-term shoot:Any shoot over 24 hours will be considered a long shoot. Fees will be assessed for each 24 hour period. 5. Personnel Fees: City employees needed to assist with Special Events and/or Film Permits $105/hour/person,subject to availability. Page 32 2023 Master Fees and Charges Section 7: Police Department Police Department The following fees shall be charged for the Police Department activities of the City: Security Alarm Permit and Fees (LOC 20.08.606) Voluntary Annual Alarm Permit Fee $ 25 Security Alarm Code Violation Fines (LOC 20.08.612) Fines for excessive false alarms in a permit year shall be as follows: Second false alarm in any year $ 100 Third false alarm in any year $ 125 Fourth false alarm in any year $ 175 Fifth false alarm in any year $275 Sixth and any additional false alarms $425 Fines for excessive false alarms WITH a voluntary alarm permit shall be as follows: Third and succeeding false alarm in any year $ 100 Police Reports (LOC 14.06.220) 1. Copies up to 10 pages $ 15 Each additional page $0.25 2. 911 audio recording $50 per recording Audio and Video Copies $50 first recording(DVD/CD/USB)&$ 15 each additional copy CAD Incident Report $10 3. Review and Redaction of Audio and Video $60/hour, after first 30 minutes(billed at 15-minute increments) Miscellaneous Police Fees 1. Records research (LOC 14.06.220) $ 25 per 15 minutes($25 minimum) plus copy and material charges 2. Copies of photographs (LOC 14.06.220) $ 1 per color print $50(for up to 30) burned to CD, plus$ 1 each thereafter 3. Storage fee at P.I.T.for vehicles&equipment $50 per day 4. Hazmat quarantine/investigation $250 per day 5. Police impounded vehicle fee $350 per vehicle 6. Overtime charge*for special events requiring police services are determined based upon which of the following positions are utilized for a minimum of 4 hours: Community Services Officer(CSO), Police Officer,Sergeant, Lieutenant,and/or Captain. *Contact the Police Department for this charge. 2023 Master Fees and Charges Page 33 Section 8: Public Works Support Services Public Works Support Services The following fees shall be charged for the Public Works Support maintenance activities of the City: General Fees 1. Public facilities damage (street signs,water lines, etc.) Billed at cost plus 20%for overhead plus lost revenue 2. Sign installation for new subdivisions Billed at cost plus 20%for overhead Second inspection at cost plus 20%for overhead 3. Citizen-requested items(hydrant relocation,water service relocation, etc.) Billed at cost plus 20%for overhead Page 34 2023 Master Fees and Charges Section 9: Building Building Division A 12%surcharge fee as mandated by the State Building Codes Division is applied to all permit fees. The following fees14 shall be charged for the Building Division activities of the City(LOC 45.01.040): Building Permits Valuation is based on the tables referenced in Oregon Administrative Rule 918-050-0100 and 0110. 1. Total Valuation $ 1 to$2,000 $102.82 up to and including$2,000 $2,001 to$25,000 $102.82 for the first$2,000 plus$9.40 for each additional$1,000 or fraction thereof, up to and including$25,000 $25,001 to$50,000 $319.02 for the first$25,000 plus$6.75 for each additional $1,000 or fraction thereof, up to and including$50,000 $50,001 to$ 100,000 $487.77 for the first$50,000 plus$4.70 for each additional$1,000 or fraction thereof, up to and including$100,000 $ 100,001 to$500,000 $722.77 for the first$100,000 plus$3.00 for each additional$1,000 or fraction thereof, up to and including$500,000 $500,001 to$ 1,000,000 $1,922.77 for first$500,000 plus$2.55 for each additional$1,000 or fraction thereof, up to and including$1,000,000 $ 1,000,001 and up $3,197.77 for first$1,000,000 plus$1.65 for each additional$1,000 or fraction thereof 2. Minimum Structural Permit $102.82 Fee 3. Plan review fees 65%of structural permit fee 4. Fire&life safety review fee 40%of structural permit fee(on commercial only) 5. Other inspections — see also Other Inspection and Fees(pg.44) a. Inspections for which no fee is specifically indicated $ 102.82 per hour b. Additional plan review required by changes, additions,or revisions to plans $ 102.82 per hour 6. Phased Plan Review Phased Plan Review fees shall be$250 plus 10%of the total project building permit fee and shall not exceed$1,500 pursuant to the authority of OAR 918-050-0160.This is in addition to standard plan review fees. 14 The Building Division Permit Fees and Plan Review Fees were modified and increased in response to implementation of the State of Oregon Permitting System,per Resolution 20-27. 2023 Master Fees and Charges Page 35 Section 9: Building 7. Deferred submittals Plan Review The fee for processing and Plan Review of deferred submittals shall be 10%of the building permit fee, using the value of the particular deferred portion or portions of the project but not less than $275.This fee is in addition to standard Plan Review fees. Architects and Engineer's exemption for plan review of"conventional light frame construction" (allows architects and engineers to perform plan reviews in lieu of the jurisdiction) pursuant to the authority of ORS 455.628 8. Administration fee for processing and facilitating issuance $250 9. Commercial Fire Systems— based on valuation,see Structural Permit Fee Table 10. Residential Fire System —Standalone System, includes plan review Square footage Permit fee 0 to 2,000 $231.00 2,001 to 3,600 $313.50 3,601 to 7,200 $372.25 7,200 and above $437.25 11. Prescriptive Solar Panel Installation Permit— includes plan review(does not $ 125 include Electrical Permit)* 12. Non-Prescriptive Solar Panel Installation — See Building Permit Fee Valuation Schedule 13. Change of Occupancy $250 14. Temporary Certificate of Occupancy $ 125 per month *Fee is required by Oregon Administrative Rule#918-050-0180 Electrical Permits 1. New residential,one-and two-family dwelling unit 1,000 square feet or less $293.60 Each additional 500 square feet or portion thereof $ 59.80 Each manufactured home, modular dwelling service,or feeder $ 118.50 Limited energy $ 100.00 New multi-family largest unit is calculated as per square footage rates above and each additional unit calculated at 50%of the fee for the largest unit 2. Service or feeders: installations,alterations,or relocation 200 amps or less $ 175.05 201 amps to 400 amps $ 231.60 401 amps to 599 amps $349.05 600 amps $349.05 601 amps to 1,000 amps $524.10 Over 1,000 amps or volts $958.45 Reconnect only $ 110.00 Page 36 2023 Master Fees and Charges Section 9: Building 3. Temporary services or feeders: installations, alterations,or relocation 200 amps or less $ 102.20 201 amps to 400 amps $ 217.45 401 amps to 599 amps $ 293.60 600 amps $ 293.60 601 amps to 1,000 amps $ 430.00 Over 1,000 amps or volts $ 814.65 4. Branch circuits: new, alteration,or extension per panel With purchase of service or feeder, each $ 13.45 Without purchase of service or feeder First circuit $ 97.85 Each additional circuit $ 13.45 5. Miscellaneous(service or feeder not included) Each pump or irrigation circle $ 118.50 Each sign or outside lighting $ 118.50 Signal circuit(s)or a limited energy panel, alteration,or extension $ 118.50 Renewable energy for electrical systems-5kva or less $ 151.15 Renewable energy for electrical systems-5.01kva through 15kva $ 180.45 Renewable energy for electrical systems-15.01kva through 25kva $ 293.85 Renewable energy-solar generation over 25kva $ 293.85 +$ 11.74 (permit charge will not increase beyond the calculation for 100kva) per added kva Renewable energy for wind system-25.01kva through 50kva $ 587.75 Renewable energy for wind system-50.01kva through 100kva $ 1,175.55 Renewable energy for wind system-misc.fee, hourly rate $ 110.00 6. Each additional inspection over the allowable in any of the above, per $ 110.00 inspection -see also Other Inspections and Fees(pg.44) 7. Special inspections per hour $ 110.00 8. Master Electrical Permit-on time applications fee $ 100.00 9. Master Electrical Inspections-per hour $ 110.00 10. Initial Electrical permit plan review fee is 25%of the electrical permit fee. 11. Addition plan review-electrical-per hour $ 110.00 2023 Master Fees and Charges Page 37 Section 9: Building Mechanical Permits (Residential) Unit Fee Schedule 1. Furnace Less than 100,000 BTU input $36 Greater than 100,000 BTU input $36 2. For the installation or relocation of each floor furnace, including vent $36 3. Furnace/burner including duct work/vent/liner $20 4. For the installation or relocation of each suspended heater, recessed wall heater,or floor mounted unit heater $29 5. For the installation, relocation, or replacement of each appliance vent or chimney installed and not included in an appliance permit $20 6. For the repair,alteration,or addition of an Air Handler or Heat Exchanger up to 10,000 cfm $36 10,001 cfm and over $36 7. Wood or Pellet stove, including hearth and wall shield $36 8. Gas or wood fireplace insert $36 9. Pool or spa heaters/kilns $20 10. Flue vent for water heater or gas fireplace $20 11. Decorative gas fireplace $36 12. Oil tank/gas/diesel generators $21 13. Installation or relocation of domestic type incinerator $20 14. Hydronic hot water system $50 15. Ventilation fan connected to a single duct $ 14 16. Installation of hood served by mechanical exhaust, including ducts for hood $ 22 17. Range hood/other kitchen equipment $22 18. Heat pumps $50 19. Air conditioners $50 20. Mini split system $50 21. Evaporative cooler other than portable $50 22. Water heater includes vent/flue only $21 23. Repair, alteration,or addition to mechanical appliance including installation of $21 controls 24. Ventilation system not a portion of heating or air conditioning authorized by permit $21 25. Attic/crawl space fans $ 14 26. Radon mitigation $ 14 27. Clothes dryer exhaust $ 13 28. Ductwork-no appliance/fixture $20 29. Barbecue $21 30. Chimney/line/flue/vent $20 31. Other heating/cooling $21 Page 38 2023 Master Fees and Charges Section 9: Building 32. Other fuel appliance $21 33. Other environment exhaust/ventilation $21 34. Permit fees for fuel gas-piping shall be For each gas-piping system of one to four outlets $ 14 For each gas-piping system of more than four outlets, per outlet $ 2.20 35. Appliance or equipment regulated by code, but not classified in other appliance $21 categories 36. A minimum charge for mechanical permits $ 102.82 37. Each additional inspection over the allowable, per inspection —see also Other $ 102.82 Inspections and Fees(pg.44) 38. Residential Plan Review 25%of total permit fee Mechanical Permits (Commercial) Use this section for commercial installation, replacement,or relocation of non-portable mechanical equipment or mechanical work not covered previously. Indicate the value of all mechanical labor, materials, and equipment. Value Permit Fee Amount $ Less than$5,000 $ 102.82 $5,001 to$ 10,000 $ 102.82 plus$ 1.50 for each additional $ 100 over$5,000 $ 10,001 to$ 100,000 $ 177.82 plus$ 10.20 for each additional $ 1,000 over$ 10,000 $ 100,001 and above $ 1,095.82 plus$7.00 for each additional$ 1,000 over$ 100,000 Plan review Fees A mechanical plan review shall be paid.The fee is equal to 25% of the total permit fee. 2023 Master Fees and Charges Page 39 Section 9: Building Plumbing Permits (LOC 46.02) These fees do not apply when solely replacing fixtures without re-plumbing and/or relocating 1. Fixture fees are as follows—note,there is a minimum them (except for water heaters, item ee.). Residential Plumbing permit fee of$97 a. Roof Drains(commercial) $24 b. Absorption valve $24 c. Hose bibb $24 d. Backwater valve $24 e. Catch basin or area drain $24 f. Drinking fountain $24 g. Trench drain, per 100'or any portion thereof $ 102.82 h. Expansion tank $24 i. Fixture cap off $24 j. Storm water retention/detention tank/facility $24 k. Manufactured home utilities, per 100'or any portion thereof $ 102.82 I. Ice maker $24 m. Rainwater harvesting $24 n. Alternate potable water heating system $24 o. Other—plumbing $24 p. Septic abandonment $24 q. Interceptor/grease trap $24 r. Manhole $24 u. Sink/basin/lavatory $24 v. Swimming pool piping to backflow only per 100'or any portion thereof $ 102.82 w. Tub/shower/shower pan $24 x. Urinal $24 y. Water closet $24 z. Dishwasher $24 aa. Garbage disposal $24 bb. Clothes Washer $24 cc. Floor drain/floor sink/hub drain $24 dd. Sewer, per 100'or any portion thereof $ 102.82 ee. Water heater $24 ff. Water service, per 100'or any portion thereof $ 102.82 gg. Storm drain, per 100'or any portion thereof $ 102.82 hh. Sewage ejector pump and sump pump $24 ii. Primer $24 jj. Backflow prevention device or anti-pollution device $24 kk. Any trap or waste not connected to a fixture $24 II. Any other plumbing installation, not otherwise listed in this schedule, having a sanitary waste or potable water supply $24 mm. Re-piping of existing fixtures First fixture $ 17 Each additional fixture $ 10 Page 40 2023 Master Fees and Charges Section 9: Building nn. Minimum fee for plumbing permits—Commercial/Residential $ 102.82 2. For NEW one-and two-family dwellings only,the fees are per bathroom as follows (this fee includes 100 feet for each utility connection, hose bibbs, icemakers, underfloor low-point drains,and rain drain packages that include piping,gutters, downspouts,and perimeter system): a. One bath $333.50 b. Two baths $362.25 c. Three baths $402.50 d. Each additional bath/kitchen $ 130.80 3. Each additional inspection over the allowable, per inspection—see also Other $ 102.82 Inspections and Fees(pg.44) 4. Plumbing Plan Review-Add 30%of fees as calculated above for plan review, if required. 5. Commercial Plumbing-Medical gas fees: a. Medical gas permit fees shall be based on the value of installation costs and the system equipment, including but not limited to inlets,outlets,fixtures,and appliances, Med Gas permits are subject to the Commercial Plumbing minimum permit fee. Medical gas plan review —see Commercial Plumbing plan review. 6. Residential Fire System—Multipurpose/Continuous Loop system, includes plan review Square footage Permit Fee Amount 0 to 2,000 $231.00 2,001 to 3,600 $313.50 3,601 to 7,200 $372.25 7,200 and above $437.25 Grading and Fill Permits Plan Review $ 125 50 to 1,000 cubic yards $ 150 1,001 to 10,0000 cubic yards $250 10,001 to 100,0000 cubic yards $350 100,001 cubic yards or more $450 Demo and Deconstruction Permits Residential one-and two-family structures $300 Commercial buildings $400 2023 Master Fees and Charges Page 41 Section 9: Building Manufactured Home Permits Installation permit fee includes the concrete slab, runners or foundations when prescriptive,electric feeder and plumbing connections and all cross-over connections. Installation Permit Fee $445 State Fee $ 30 ORS 446.176(1)and OAR 918-5000105 require all local governments providing construction permits or inspections for manufactured dwelling and cabana installations to collect and remit to the Department of Consumer and Business Services a$30 fee for each installation permit issued.This fee is to be added to manufactured dwelling and cabana installation permits only and should not be added to accessory structures or building,electrical, plumbing, mechanical permits or plan reviews. Manufactured Dwelling/RV Parks The Area Development Permit fee to be calculated based on the valuations shown in Table 2 of OAR 918-600-0030 for Manufactured Dwelling/Mobile Home Parks and Table 2 of OAR 918-650-0030 for Recreational Park&Organizational Camp—and applying the valuation amount to Table 1 as referenced for each. Community Development Code Enforcement Charges Single family $ 163 Multi-family $ 163 plus$163 per each 12 units Office/Retail 0—5,000 square feet $ 163 5,001-10,000 square feet $326 10,001-25,000 square feet $487 25,001-50,000 square feet $648 50,001+square feet $811 Industrial/Public/Institutional 0—20,000 square feet $ 163 20,001-30,000 square feet $326 30,001+square feet $487 Enforcement Stop Work $550 Building Violation (LOC Chapter 45) $550 Record Retention and Archiving Fees For purposes of archiving records per State mandate $31.00 Flat fee on all permits Page 42 2023 Master Fees and Charges Section 9: Building Research and Consultation Fees Records Research $25 per 15 minutes/request, minimum 15 minutes Fee Estimates - new residential and commercial projects $ 100 per hour per request, minimum one-hour Consultation for code review, hypothetical projects $ 100 per hour, minimum 1/2 hour Supplemental Plan Review $ 100 per hour, minimum 1/2 hour Other Inspections and Fees 1. Inspections outside of normal business hours(minimum charge= 1 hour) $ 120 per hour 2. Re-inspection fee assessed under provisions Section 305 (f) $ 102.82 per inspection 3. Inspections for which no fee is specifically indicated $ 102.82 per hour 4. Additional plan review required by changes,additions,or revisions to $ 102.82 per hour approved plans (minimum charge= 1 hour) 5. Work commencing before permit issuance Any person who commences any work on a building or structure before obtaining the necessary permits shall be subject to an investigation fee of$125 per hour,which is equal to the average cost of an inspection. Exception: A one-time exemption shall apply to homeowners applying for their own permits. Seismic Surcharge—Structural/Mechanical—review 1%of building permit fee required on all essential structures Additional Miscellaneous Fees 1. The fee to a governmental agency shall be determined by the provisions set forth under ORS 190.003 to 190.110 for the purpose of carrying out the $ 102.82 per hour respective responsibilities of each agency. or portion thereof 2. Re-inspection fee for structural,electrical, mechanical,and plumbing permits shall be charged for inspection of violations found by the Building Official after the second violation. $ 102.82 per hour 3. The fee to any governmental agency or person for specifically requested $ 102.82 per hour inspections or surveys. or portion thereof 4. Housing moving permit (LOC 45.12.510): Relocating within Lake Oswego $452 Moving out of Lake Oswego $224 Refunds 1. Permit Refunds a. Where a permit has been issued and no inspections have been completed,80%of the permit fee will be refunded. b. There are no refunds when a permit has been issued and inspections performed or permit has expired. 2. Plan Review Refund a. Where a permit has not been issued,80%of the plan review fee will be refunded. b. There are no refunds when a plan review has been started by any department. 2023 Master Fees and Charges Page 43 Section 10: Engineering Engineering Division The following fees shall be charged for the Engineering Division activities of the City: Minor Utility Facilities, Installed or Constructed by Public15 or Private Entities Street Opening Permit Fee* Improved Unimproved surfaces surfaces 1. Minor utility structures, except substations, but including poles, lines, pipes or other such facilities $300 $ 150 2. Sewer,storm drainage,or water system structures,excluding treatment plants, reservoirs or pump stations; but including reconstruction of manholes,valves, hydrants,or other portions of the collection,treatment, and distribution systems located within public property, right-of-way,or easements. This includes sewer,storm and water lateral installations or taps $300 $300 3. Street improvements within existing development, including sidewalks, curbs,gutter,catch basins, paving,signs,and traffic control devices and street lights $300 $ 150 4. Permit and inspection of new driveway approach or relocation of an existing approach $50 General Engineering Fees 1. Engineering plan review and — 9% of the final estimated construction costs, as approved by inspection of public or private the City Engineer or $1,000 whichever is greater. A deposit of infrastructure,grading,or other $1,000 must be submitted with the initial plan submittal prior incidental work that is not to review beginning. Fee will include the cost for City to install reviewed and inspected under any sign or pavement marking installations within the right-of- State Building Specialty Codes and way,as delineated in Section 8: Public Works Support Services, delegated to Engineering. unless extenuating circumstances require the City Engineer to recover the cost of such items for large public improvement projects. Final payment of the balance of the 9%fee will be based on final estimated construction costs, and must be received by the City prior to issuance of the permit for construction. *Performance bonds may be required for large projects. 2. Appeal of a staff decision or hearing body to the next higher authority. $ 100 3. Street vacation $ 1,500 4. Quitclaim $ 200 5. Blasting Permit $ 250 application fee plus engineering costs to administer and observe blasting operations billed at labor and materials plus overhead billed at 2.4 times direct costs. 6. Document recording to comply with conditions of development approval (i.e., easements,agreements,etc.) Actual County recording costs is Quasi-public agencies other than the City and Franchise Utilities. Page 44 2023 Master Fees and Charges Section 10: Engineering Other Engineering Fees 1. Drinking water analysis $ 60 2. Encroachment Permit Type 1—Minor $300 Easily removable structures,such as fences,driveway, entrances, monument walls, or timbers, less than 3'tall,or other non-loadbearing structures. Type 2—Major $750 Relatively large structures that may need engineering, such as driveway decking, reinforced concrete structures, boathouses,decks and hatches over in-lake manholes,or other structures that are not typically found in rights-of- way or public easements. 3. Encroachment Appeal $500 per appeal 4. Zone of Benefit Formation, exclusive of LID Boundaries $2,000 5. Rivergrove Sewer Connection Fee 16 $200 6. Lien segregation One parcel into two $ 200 Each additional parcel $ 100 7. Street widening $300 8. Street name change $250 9. Change of address request for reasons other than fire and life $500 safety,or as a result of land use procedures. 10. Erosion control permit, plan review and inspection fee17 Dwelling Type: Single family residential $350 Multi-family/Commercial 500 sf up to 1 acre $ 700 1 acre18 or greater $ 1,500 11. Single-family residential landscaping erosion control permit, plan review and inspection fee $ 100 12. Site re-inspection fee (after two inspection site visits) $ 100 13. Investigation fees: Work without a permit Investigation - Whenever any work for which an erosion control permit is required has commenced without first obtaining said permit, a special investigation shall be made before a permit may be issued for the work. Fee-An investigation fee equal in amount and in addition to the permit fee shall be collected whether or not a permit is issued. 16 Check with engineering department for additional connection fee related to new zone of benefits established for certain properties. 17 Check with engineering department for additional connection fee related to new zone of benefits established for certain properties. 18 Effective 1/1/03,impact areas 1 acre and greater will require a 1200-C permit per the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality(ODEQ). 2023 Master Fees and Charges Page 45 Section 10: Engineering 14. Erosion control enforcement fees: For violations of LOC Chapter 52 and in addition to penalties prescribed under LOC 52.06,enforcement fees may also be assessed on a time and materials basis plus overhead billed at 2.4 times direct costs. 15. Illicit Discharge Enforcement Fees: For violations of LOC Chapter 38(Utility Code) and in addition to penalties prescribed under LOC 38.26.930 and LOC 38.26.935,enforcement fees may also be assessed on a time and materials basis plus overhead billed at 2.4 times direct costs. Page 46 2023 Master Fees and Charges Section 11: Planning Planning Division The following fees shall be charged for the Planning Division activities of the City(LOC 50.07.003.2): Ministerial Developments (LOC 50.07.003.13)19,20 1. Accessory building which requires a building permit(e.g.,garage, No Fee carport) 2. Accessory structure or use(e.g.,driveway,fence) No Fee 3. Duplex No Fee 4. Exterior remodeling of duplex or single-family dwelling requiring a No Fee building permit 5. Home Occupations Business License 6. Lot Line Adjustment $2,105 Process to correct an illegal Lot Line Adjustment $2,105 7. Temporary Structures, Use Business License&Sign Permit, if applicable 8. Sidewalk Display $ 36 9. Accessory dwelling unit No Fee Minor Developments (LOC 50.07.003.14)20,21 1. Change of use $4,467 2. Development in DD Zone: Duplex in R-DD zone(hearing body action) $6,281 Exterior remodeling of duplex or single-family dwelling requiring a building permit in R-DD Zone(hearing body action) $6,281 Single-Family Dwelling in R-DD Zone(hearing body action) $6,281 Zero lot line dwelling in R-DD Zone(hearing body action) $6,281 3. Development within the Greenway Management Overlay District Boundary22 $4,741 4. Development Review: Multi-family,Commercial, Industrial, Institutional,Townhouses $6,281+37%of building permit fee. Substantial revisions to a complete application requiring 33%of the original application fee new public notice 5. Alterations with minimal impacts such as exterior exit stairs; exterior remodeling that does not expand building footprint or increase height; and accessory structures 300 square feet or less $2,081 6. Exterior painting of any structure that was the subject of a Major or Minor Development Permit including all structures in the R-DD zone, with the exception of detached single-family dwellings, duplexes,zero lot line dwellings, or structures accessory to those dwelling types. Exception: Exterior painting that is the same color palette as the existing color(s). $ 1,016 7. Lot Line Adjustment $2,105 8. Minor Partition $5,172 19 See page 52 for Affordable Housing. 20 Site review and inspection fees may apply at building permit review.See page 52 under Other Planning Fees. 21 See page 50 Historical Preservation. 22 No fee applies for the Greenway Management Overlay review associated with dead,hazardous,emergency,or invasive tree removal. 2023 Master Fees and Charges Page 47 Section 11: Planning Expedited Minor Partition $8,176 Process to correct creation of an illegal lot $3,756 9. Major Partition (includes the creation of a street) $5,927+$294/lot Expedited Major Partition $9,058+$294/lot Process to correct creation of an illegal lot $3,756 10. Modification of approved minor development permits Without public hearing $2,105 With public hearing $3,756 11. Request for formal Code interpretation under LOC 50.01.005 and Authorization for Similar Use Application under LOC 50.03.002 $ 715 12. Residential Infill Design (RID)Variance $4,740 for 15t plus$609 for each additional variance 13. Subdivision (with or without P.D.) $ 6,773+$294/lot Expedited Subdivisions $ 12,645+$294/lot 14. Middle Housing Land Divisions $ 5,172 15. Minor Variances $ 4,112 for 1st+$451 for each additional variance Fence and Wall Variance $ 1,735 for 15t+$189 for each additional variance 16. Major Variance $ 4,740 for 1st+$609 for each additional variance 17. Seasonal Restaurant Enclosure $ 2,081 Seasonal Restaurant Enclosure (During State of Oregon Emergency $0 Covid-19 Restrictions) Sign Code Fees (LOC 47) Signs $ 528 Signs(awning,window, blade) $ 145 Special event sign $ 22 Variance to Sign Code $ 1,735 Refundable deposit for Public Notice Signs $ 109 Comprehensive Plan and Community Development Code Amendments 1. Legislative amendments to a map Comprehensive Plan amendments only $ 13,765 Comprehensive Plan amendments and Zone Change $ 13,765 Zone Change only $ 13,765 2. Legislative amendments to a text Comprehensive Plan text amendment $ 6,885 Community Development Code text amendment $ 6,885 3. Quasi-judicial amendments to a map Comprehensive Plan amendments only $ 13,765 Zone change only23 $ 13,765 Comprehensive Plan amendments and Zone Change $ 13,765 Minor modifications to approved amendment $ 1,843 Substantial modifications to approved amendments $ 2,370 23 Not required for zone changes that conform to the Comprehensive Plan following annexations. Page 48 2023 Master Fees and Charges Section 11: Planning Major Developments (LOC 50.07.003.15)24 1. Conditional Uses $6,756 2. Overall Development Plan and Schedule $6,281 3. Modification of approved major development permits Without public hearing $2,105 With public hearing $3,756 Sensitive Lands Overlay Districts (LOC 50.05.010 and LOC 50.07.004.8) There are no fees for actions relating to Sensitive Lands Overlay Districts(Council action 10/21/14). Fees Relating to Historical Preservation (LOC 50.06.009 and LOC 50.07.004.4) 1. Designation of Landmark No fee 2. Exterior alteration of Landmark, including building paint color change No fee 3. Historic District Designation No fee 4. New construction (not attached to historic structure; e.g.,detached No fee garage,secondary dwelling,garden shed) 5. Removal or deconstruction of Landmark $5,237 6. Withdrawal of historic landmark designation $5,237 Appeals25 1. Appeals of a formal Code Interpretation to a Hearing Body $ 746 2. Appeals of a staff decision to a Hearing Body $ 746 3. Appeals of a Hearing Body decision to City Council 1/2 original Application Fee not to exceed $6,883 Pre-Application Conference/Consultations26 1. Pre-application Conference:27 Residential Infill Design Review: Pre-application with Planning Staff $ 451 Pre-application with the Infill Advisors Team $2,415 All other applications $ 451 2. Pre-application Consultation: One follow-up meeting with staff to discuss issues addressed at the No fee pre-application conference. For any meetings after the follow-up(3rd meeting on) 50%of pre-application fee 3. Consultation Fee A private meeting to discuss a project outside the context of a pre-application conference or at-the-counter services by a planner $ 113/hour 24 Site review and inspection fees may apply at building permit review.See page 52 under Other Planning Fees. 25 Appeal fee shall not apply to appeals filed by DLCD or to appeals filed by recognized Neighborhood Association entitled to receive notice of a pre-application neighborhood meeting pursuant to LOC 50.07.003.1.f.iii(1)(a)and(b). 26 In addition to planning fees noted in this sub-section,the Fire Department also levies a pre-application fee.Please refer to Fire Department,Section 3 for the correct amount. 27 There is no pre-application conference fee for a permit for an ADU,actions relating to Sensitive Lands,Greenway Management Overlay review associated with dead,hazardous,emergency,or invasive tree removal,or designation of Historic Landmark. 2023 Master Fees and Charges Page 49 Section 11: Planning Research Fees 1. Letter of zoning verification $ 113/hour 2. Letter of verification of compliance with Community Development Code of an existing development $ 174/hour 3. Deed research to determine the legality of a lot of record $ 174/hour 4. Research/Interpretation of old planning files and informal Code Interpretation (often requested by the applicants before filing of a development application) $ 113/hour Tree Code Fees (Resolution 00-07) 1. Tree Cutting Permit Fees Type I Permit $ 23 Dead or Hazard Tree Permit $ 23 Type II Permit $ 187+$23 per tree Emergency Tree Permit $ 0 Type II Permit in conjunction with major or minor development application $ 0 Minor Forest Management $ 23 Major Forest Management $ 187+$23 per tree, not to exceed$638 Verification Permit $ 37+$ 10 per tree Topping Permit $ 23 per request 2. Mitigation [as provided in LOC 55.02.084(3)] $ 162 3. Public Hearing Review28 Request for DRC Hearing on Tree Cutting Permit $ 232 Appeal of DRC's decision to City Council 1/2 of original application fee 4. Heritage Tree Program The City may charge for providing the plaque marking a heritage tree. The fee will be the actual cost of providing the plaque. 5. Tree Protection Inspection Fee $ 113 per inspection 6. County Tree Removal Certification Type 2 Permits $ 119+$ 11 for each additional tree Over-the-Counter Permits —Type 1 $ 23 Over-the-Counter Permits —Dead $ 23 Over-the-Counter Permits —Hazard $ 23 Invasive and/or Emergency tree removal permits No Fee 28 Fee shall not apply to requests/appeals filed by City of Lake Oswego recognized Neighborhood Associations. Page 50 2023 Master Fees and Charges Section 11: Planning Fee Exemptions for Affordable Housing No Ministerial Development, Minor Development, Major Development,Sign Code, Historic Preservation,Tree Code(for tree removal and mitigation for development of the structure)or Pre-application Conference fees will be charged under this Section 11 for developments where the proposed dwelling units are affordable to those earning 80%or less of Area Median Income and spending not more than 30%of household income on housing,consistent with Clackamas County Housing Authority's"Income Limits"for Affordable Housing, provided that all of the requirements of the covenant required by LOC 39.06.105(5)are met. Other Planning Fees (Resolution 04-12) 1. Annexation Application Fee29 Parcel less than 3 times minimum lot area for the zone designation that will apply upon annexation. $0+Applicable Metro Fees Parcel 3 times or greater than the minimum lot area for the $975 per no.of lots into which the zone designation that will apply upon annexation. parcel could be divided under the zone designation that will apply upon annexation+Metro fees Parcel for which there is no minimum lot area for the zone designation that will apply upon annexation. $ 1,951+Applicable Metro Fees Expenses related to additional noticing caused by delays brought on by the applicant(s). $ 281 2. Copies of Planning Documents See Section 1, Public Records Fees, page 19. 3. Site review and inspection fees a. Single family dwelling or middle housing on infill lots(i.e., lots or parcels not approved as part of a land partition/subdivision) $ 260 b. Single family dwelling or middle housing approved as a part of a land partition/subdivision/planned development application $ 654 c. Non-single family residential development, including multi- family,commercial, industrial,and institutional uses $ 1,306 d. Re-inspection fee $ 137 e. Residential remodels Interior remodels and accessory structures $ 144 Exterior addition of no more than 500 sq ft $ 192 Exterior addition exceeding 500 sq ft(same fee as if new construction) See a.—c.above 29 See Annexation Application Form. 2023 Master Fees and Charges Page 51 Section 11: Planning 4. Plat Review Fee a. Final Plat Review Fee $ 545 b. Lot Line Adjustment Plat Review Fee $ 56 5. Ballot Measure 49 Claims Fees for claims under LOC Article 12.55(Resolution 05-31) Pre-filing conference fee $ 418 Filing fee $ 1,432 6. Application Mailing List Fee $ 80 7. Records Retention Fees- For purposes of archiving records per State mandate a. Ministerial land use applications $ 44 b. Minor land use applications(without public hearing) $ 73 c. Minor land use applications(with public hearing)and major $ 153 land use applications d. Type II and verification tree removal permits $ 28 e. Sign permits $ 28 8. Demolition (Notice of Demolition Approval) $ 61 9. Additional Plan Review Fee for Issued Building $ 113/hour Permits(minimum 1 hour) Code Enforcement Violation Fees 1. Nuisance violation LOC 34.08&34.10 $ 550 2. Community Development violation LOC Chapter 50 $ 550 3. Sign violation LOC Chapter 47 $ 550 4. Sign Retrieval violation-Moving from Sign Code Fees(LOC47) $ 36 5. Sign Removal Hearing Fee(refundable if sign was removed improperly) $ 36 6. Tree Enforcement Fees- For violations under LOC 55.02.130(3), enforcement fees will be assessed as follows: Type I Permits violations, dead or hazard tree violations $ 148 All other Permit Type violations $ 712+$47 per tree Tree Protection Enforcement fee for violations under LOC 55.08.050(3) Standard tree protection enforcement fee $ 691 Enhanced tree protection enforcement fee $ 1,382 7. Tree Restoration Fees[as provided in LOC 55.02.130(4)(a)&(b)] Standard City Tree Fund Fee $ 99 per caliper inch Increased City Tree Fund Fee $ 202 per caliper inch Page 52 2023 Master Fees and Charges Section 12: Systems Development Charges Systems Development Charges Fees shall be assessed for Systems Development Charges(SDC) and will reflect the following: • For each type of SDC,the fees assessed to each unit of a duplex shall be the same as those assessed to a single-family residence. • For an Accessory Dwelling Unit(ADU)each type of SDC will be waived, even if a larger meter is required to accommodate an ADU, provided that the ADU complies with all the requirements of the covenant required by LOC 39.06.105(5)as amended by Ordinance 2810. If within 10 years from the first use of the ADU as a dwelling unit,the requirements of this covenant are not maintained,the City may declare the ADU exemption from payment of all System Development Charges(SDCs) revoked and the Owner shall immediately pay to the City the monies due under LOC 39.06.105(5),to wit: Processing fee per Council Resolution; and ■ SDC amounts for ADU per Lake Oswego Master Fees and Charges at time of payment (previously exempted system development charges, with interest based upon inflation rate using the Engineering News—Record Construction Cost Index 20-City Average, are reflected in the SDC amounts then due). ■ Processing fee$500 • Pursuant to and following the procedure set forth in LOC 39.06.105(5)(f)(iii), (iv), (v),the processing fee and SDC amounts shall be a lien upon the Real Property, entered in the municipal lien docket,and are enforceable in the manner provided by ORS Ch.223. Exempt from SDCs are developments where the proposed dwelling units are affordable to those earning 80%or less of Area Median Income and spending not more than 30%of household income on housing,consistent with Clackamas County Housing Authority's"Income Limits"for Affordable Housing, provided that the development complies with all of the requirements of the covenant required by LOC 39.06.105(5). • The rate for Hotel/Transient Lodging includes Short-Term Rentals(Transient Lodging in residential zones). These SDC's shall be indexed for inflation annually using the Engineering News—Record Construction Cost Index (20-city average). Accordingly,as of January 1, 2024,the SDC fees have been increased by 5.7%which is equal to the last recorded change in this index as based on October 2022 to October 2023 data. Calculated amount is rounded to the nearest dollar. 2023 Master Fees and Charges Page 53 Section 12: Systems Development Charges Systems Development Charges (LOC 39.04) Water SDC Reimbursement Improvement Administrative Total Water Meter Size Fee 14.79% Fee 78.72% Fee 6.49% 100% 5/8-3/4 inch $ 1,416 $ 7,534 $ 621 $ 9,571 3/4 inch $ 1,416 $ 7,534 $ 621 $ 9,571 1 inch $ 2,359 $ 12,556 $ 1,035 $ 15,950 1 1/2 inch $ 4,718 $ 25,114 $ 2,071 $ 31,903 2 inch $ 7,558 $ 40,225 $ 3,316 $ 51,099 3 inch $ 15,133 $ 80,546 $ 6,640 $ 102,319 4 inch $ 23,666 $ 125,964 $ 10,385 $ 160,015 6 inch $ 47,370 $252,125 $ 20,786 $320,281 8 inch $ 75,839 $403,656 $ 33,279 $512,774 10 inch $ 109,122 $580,798 $ 47,883 $737,803 Sewer SDC Reimbursement Improvement Total Water Meter Size Fee 22.16% Fee 77.84% 100% 5/8-3/4 inch $ 772 $ 2,712 $ 3,484 3/4 inch $ 772 $ 2,712 $ 3,484 1 inch $ 1,287 $ 4,522 $ 5,809 1 1/2 inch $ 2,574 $ 9,043 $ 11,617 2 inch $ 5,149 $ 18,084 $ 23,233 3 inch $ 12,357 $ 43,409 $ 55,766 4 inch $ 21,627 $ 75,967 $ 97,594 6 inch $ 47,373 $ 166,401 $213,774 8 inch $ 82,387 $289,395 $371,782 10 inch $ 128,728 $452,175 $580,903 Page 54 2023 Master Fees and Charges Section 12: Systems Development Charges Stormwater Management SDC Reimbursement Improvement Total Fee 0% Fee 100% 100% Single family $0 $ 190 $ 190 Multi-family,commercial/industrial, institutional, and other land use fees are determined as follows: Improvement Fee equals the total impervious area of the property in units of 3,030 square feet or portion thereof multiplied by the fee. Transportation SDC Refer to methodology and rate schedule in the Appendix Parks&Recreation SDC Reimbursement Improvement Total Fee 0% Fee 100% 100% Residential Single family $0 $ 16,565 $ 16,565 Multi-family/secondary dwellings $0 $ 9,214 $ 9,214 "Congregate Housing" units are charged at 50%of the Multi-family rate*. Non-residential $0 $ 1,065 $ 1,065 per employee "Residential Care Housing" units are charged at 100%of the Non-residential rate*. *See Appendix for definitions of Congregate Housing and Residential Care Housing. 2023 Master Fees and Charges Page 55 Section 12: Systems Development Charges Comparison of Neighboring Cities' New Single-Family Systems Development Charges Based on a 2,000 sq.ft. house with 500 sq.ft.garage,and$200,000 value. 60,000 - $50,934 50,000 $46,518 $45,057 $41,414 $41,547 $42,952 $38,166 $40,376 40,000 $36,258 $34,258 30,000 $26,127 20,000 $13,788 10,000 1111-1111111 Lake Milwaukie Gresham Tualatin OC'ty n Tigard Hillsboro Portland Sherwood Beaverton Wilsonville West Linn Oswego •Water SDC 2,197 5,305 5,306 9,989 10,853 13,395 4,563 8,836 9,354 11,283 13,230 9,571 •Sewer SDC 1,065 7,055 6,625 2,681 6,625 6,625 9,274 7,523 6,625 6,289 12,843 3,484 ■Stormwater SDC 1,039 1,344 641 1,070 641 641 1,507 641 1,252 2,112 1,479 190 ■Street SDC 2,362 4,589 9,998 12,569 8,208 9,998 5,882 11,965 9,998 15,264 3,783 17,984 •Park SDC 3,985 4,694 8,548 6,905 8,699 6,577 17,048 9,443 12,583 6,969 12,943 \16,565 •METRO Excise Tax 240 240 240 240 240 240 240 240 240 240 240 240 •School Excise Tax 2,900 2,900 2,900 2,900 2,900 2,900 2,900 2,900 2,900 2,900 2,000 2,900 Page 56 2023 Master Fees and Charges Section 12: Systems Development Charges Comparison of Neighboring Cities' New Commercial Systems Development Charges Based on a 30,000 sq.ft.commercial office building, a total 50,000 sq.ft impervious area,and$3,200,000 value. $623,399 600,000 $522,055 $541,454 $508,139 500,000 $457,072 $457,648 $472,033 400,000 $375,903 $344,486 $301,028 300,000 $224,581 $239,412 200,000 100,000 Milwaukie Gresham Lake West Linn Portland Tualatin Beaverton Sherwood Wilsonville Tigard Hillsboro Oregon Oswego City ■Water SDC 7,329 21,214 30,905 95,600 22,814 26,527 46,765 44,179 55,527 86,804 61,527 50,856 ■Sewer SDC 74,807 28,208 11,617 84,579 49,461 26,500 26,500 30,091 17,612 26,500 26,500 21,839 ■Stormwater SDC 11,519 26,880 3,135 25,377 16,222 12,140 23,712 12,140 36,000 12,140 12,140 10,642 •Street SDC 100,621 137,670 143,580 113,490 182,400 314,820 288,690 352,226 352,830 314,820 314,820 492,163 •Park SDC 4,865 - 86,351 - 79,566 51,600 46,541 7,957 20,730 56,351 101,027 22,460 •METRO Excise Tax 3,840 3,840 3,840 3,840 3,840 3,840 3,840 3,840 3,840 3,840 3,840 3,840 •School Excise Tax 21,600 21,600 21,600 21,600 21,600 21,600 21,600 21,600 21,600 21,600 21,600 21,600 2023 Master Fees and Charges Page 57 Appendix This page intentionally left blank Page 58 2023 Master Fees and Charges Systems Development Charges Methodologies (LOC 39.04.041) Water Systems Development Charge Methodology 60 Sewer Systems Development Charge Methodology 62 Stormwater Systems Development Charge Methodology 63 Transportation Systems Development Charge Methodology 64 Parks and Recreation Systems Development Charge Fee Methodology 66 Resolution Resolution—Updating the Master Fees and Charges Schedule 69 2023 Master Fees and Charges Page 59 Appendix Water Systems Development Charge Methodology Reimbursement Fee [A] Eligible cost of unused capacity in the existing water system. [B] Current(2009)customer base expressed as 3/4" meter equivalents. [C] Future customer base expressed as 3/4" meter equivalents. [C][A][B] = [D] Water SDC Reimbursement Fee Reimbursement Fee Calculation [A] = $6,148,588 [B] = 15,204 MEs [C] = 21,695 MEs [A] = [D] $947 [C]—[B] 2023 Master Fees and Charges-Attachments Page 60 Appendix Improvement Fee [E] Cost in current(2009)dollars of water system capital improvements that will increase system capacity to meet the needs of future users. [B] Current(2009)customer base expressed as 3/4" meter equivalents. [C] Future customer base expressed as 3/4" meter equivalents. [E] _ [F] Water SDC Improvement Fee [C]—[6] Improvement Fee Calculation [E] _ $32,714,947 [B] = 15,204 MEs [C] = 21,695 MEs [E] _ [F] $5,041 [C]—[B] Water System Development Charge [D] Water SDC Reimbursement Fee [F] Water SDC Improvement Fee [G] Water SDC Administrative Fee [H] Water System Development Charge [D]+ [F] +[G] = [H] 2023 Master Fees and Charges—Attachments Page 61 Appendix Sewer Systems Development Charge Methodology Sewer SDC Fee [M] Value of the sewer collection system capital improvement program to provide capacity to serve new customers. [N] Value of the sewer wastewater treatment plant capital improvement program to provide capacity to serve new customers. [0] Current dry weather demand. [P] Future dry weather demand. [Q] Future WWTP capacity dedicated to Lake Oswego. [R] Average single family home dry weather demand. [P] [°]x[M]x[R]_[S] Portion of fee for collection system capital improvements to provide [P] [P] capacity to serve new customers. [P] [N] x[R]_ [T] Portion of fee for wastewater treatment plant capital improvements to [Q] [P] [�] provide capacity to serve new customers. [S]+[T]_[U] Sewer Fee. Sewer SDC Fee Calculation [M] = $ 19,351,000 [P]—[O]x [M]x[R]=[S] $244 [P] [P] [N] _ $ 11,499,000 [P]x [N] x[R]=[T] $ 1,186 [Q] [P]—[°] [0] = 3.9 mgd [P] = 5.69 mgd [Q] = 7.025 mgd [R] = 0.000228 mgd [S]+[T]_[U] $ 1,430 Sewer System Development Charge [U] * 22.16%= [V] Sewer SDC Reimbursement Fee [U] * 77.84%= [W] Sewer SDC Improvement Fee [X] Sewer System Development Charge [V] + [W] = [X] 2023 Master Fees and Charges-Attachments Page 62 Appendix Stormwater Systems Development Charge Methodology Improvement Fee—Water Quantity Portion [A] Portion of the Stormwater quantity management capital improvement program attributable to future development. Determined on a project-by-project basis and equal to the percentage increase in the design flow of each project in the Stormwater quantity management capital improvement multiplied by project cost. [B] Projected increase in Equivalent Service Units(ESUs).One ESU is equal to 3,030 square feet of impervious area.Total projected increase in ESUs is determined by dividing the total projected increase in impervious area of the City of Lake Oswego by 3,030. [A]/[B] = [C] Improvement Fee—quantity portion, per ESU. Improvement Fee—Quality Portion [D] Portion of the stormwater quality management capital improvement program attributable to future development. Equal to the percentage increase in total runoff multiplied by the total cost of the stormwater quality management capital improvement program. [D]/[B] = [E] Improvement Fee—quality portion, per ESU. Improvement Fee Calculation [C]+ [E] =[F] Stormwater improvement fee. Stormwater Management System Development Charge Only includes an Improvement Fee-No Reimbursement Fee. 2023 Master Fees and Charges—Attachments Page 63 Appendix Transportation Systems Development Charges Rate Tables Transportation SDC Maximum Allowable Approved SDC Rate SDC Rate ITE per Unit30 per Unit Code Land Use Unit[A] [B] [C=B x.30]31 110 General Light Industrial 1,000 SFGFA $10,022 $3,007 130 Industrial Park 1,000 SFGFA 10,163 3,049 140 Manufacturing 1,000SFGFA 5,768 1,730 151 Mini-Warehouse 1,000SFGFA 4,518 1,355 160 Data Center 1,000 SFGFA 1,886 566 Single-Family Detached 210 Housing/Duplex Dwelling unit 17,984 5,395 220 Apartment Dwelling unit 12,374 3,712 Residential 10,759 3,228 230 Condominium/Townhouse Dwelling unit 240 Mobile Home Park ODU 9,330 2,799 254 Assisted Living Bed 4,879 1,464 310 Hotel/Transient Lodging Room/Unit 14,954 4,486 320 Motel Room 10,717 3,215 411 City Park Acre 11,676 3,503 417 Regional Park Acre 9,502 2,851 430 Golf Course Acre 10,035 3,011 492 Health/Fitness Club 1,000 SFGFA 57,723 17,317 Recreational Community 1,000 SFGFA 52,161 15,648 495 Center 520 Elementary School 1,000 SFGFA 13,562 4,069 Middle School/Junior High 1,000 SFGFA 12,113 3,634 522 School 530 High School 1,000 SFGFA 11,330 3,399 540 Junior/Community College 1,000 SFGFA 40,765 12,230 560 Church 1,000SFGFA 25,169 7,551 565 Day Care Center 1,000 SFGFA 34,314 10,294 590 Library 1,000SFGFA 96,065 28,820 610 Hospital 1,000 SFGFA 23,167 6,950 620 Nursing Home 1,000 SFGFA 13,728 4,118 710 General Office Building 1,000 SFGFA 15,953 4,786 Medical-Dental Office 1,000 SFGFA 51,987 15,596 720 Building State Motor Vehicles 1,000 SFGFA 230,155 69,047 731 Department 1,000 SFGFA 168,192 50,458 732 United States Post Office 1,000SFGFA 16,182 4,855 750 Office Park 760 Research and 3,554 Development Center 1,000 SFGFA 11,848 1,000SFGFA 17,962 5,389 770 Business Park 812 Building Materials and 1,000 SFGFA 82,104 24,631 Lumber Store 30 Indexed annually by the Engineering News Record Construction Cost Index(CCI)for 20-City Average,per Resolution 17-08. 31 The 30%factor for the approved SDC Rate per Unit applies to all codes except ITE Code 210.Maximum Allowable was phased-in for ITE Code 210(Single-Family Detached Housing/Duplex),per Resolution 17-65. Page 64 2023 Master Fees and Charges-Attachments Appendix Transportation SDC Maximum Allowable Approved SDC Rate SDC Rate ITE per Unit32 per Unit Code Land Use Unit[A] [B] [C=B x.30] Free-Standing Discount 1,000 SFGFA 73,221 21,966 813 Superstore 814 Variety Store 1,000 SFGFA 58,204 17,461 Free-Standing Discount 1,000 SFGFA 53,714 16,114 815 Store 816 Hardware/Paint Store 1,000 SFGFA 49,331 14,799 817 Nursery(Garden Center) 1,000 SFGFA 157,737 47,321 820 Shopping Center 1,000 SFGLA 39,368 11,810 826 Specialty Retail Center 1,000 SFGLA 77,255 23,177 841 Automobile Sales 1,000 SFGFA 55,713 16,714 843 Automobile Parts Sales 1,000 SFGFA 51,857 15,557 848 Tire Store 1,000 SFGFA 32,510 9,753 850 Supermarket 1,000 SFGFA 90,126 27,038 Convenience Market 1,000 SFGFA 469,841 140,952 851 (Open 24 Hours) 857 Discount Club 1,000 SFGFA 80,612 24,184 Home Improvement 1,000 SFGFA 31,855 9,557 862 Superstore Pharmacy/Drugstore 1,000SFGFA 72,578 21,773 880 without Drive-Through Pharmacy/Drugstore with 1,000 SFGFA 70,104 21,031 881 Drive-Through 890 Furniture Store 1,000 SFGFA 3,479 1,044 912 Drive-in Bank 1,000SFGFA 63,851 19,155 931 Quality Restaurant 1,000 SFGFA 71,230 21,369 932 High-Turnover(Sit-Down) 1,000 SFGFA 100,098 30,029 Restaurant 934 Fast-Food Restaurant with Drive-Through 1,000 SFGFA 417,049 125,115 937 Coffee/Donut Shop with Drive-Through 1,000 SFGFA 638,047 191,414 938 Coffee/Donut Kiosk 1,000 SFGFA 582,530 174,759 944 Gasoline/Service Station VFP 112,310 33,693 945 Gasoline/Service Station with Convenience Market VFP 39,597 11,879 946 Gasoline/Service Station with Car Wash VFP 69,507 20,852 Source:ITE Trip Generation Manual,9th Edition,compiled by FCS GROUP Abbreviations: SFGFA-square feet of gross floor area ODU-occupied dwelling unit VFP-vehicle fueling position 32 Indexed annually by the Engineering News Record Construction Cost Index(CCI)for 20-City Average,per Resolution 17-08. 2023 Master Fees and Charges-Attachments Page 65 Appendix Parks and Recreation Systems Development Charge Fee Methodology Residential Development a. An applicant for a building permit should complete a Lake Oswego Parks System Development Charges Application and SDC Calculation Worksheet indicating the type and number of new Dwelling Units to be included in the project. b. The Building Department enters the SDC rates per dwelling on the application form and calculates the SDCs to be paid by the Applicant. SDC Improvement Fee* Type of Dwelling Unit per Dwelling Unit Single Family Dwelling Unit $ 16,565 Multi-Family Dwelling Unit $ 9,214 II. Non-Residential Development a. An applicant for a building permit should complete a Lake Oswego Parks System Development Charges Application and SDC Calculation Worksheet indicating the type and number of square feet of building space for each non-residential use to be included in the project. Guidelines for the number of square feet required for each employee are included in the table on the following page for major Standard Industry Classifications. Where a proposed use does not specifically match one of the classifications listed in the table,the listed classification which most closely matches the proposed use,as determined by the City Manager, may be substituted. b. The Building Department calculates the non-residential SDC Improvement Fee by: i. Dividing the building space(square feet)for each non-residential use in the development by the number of square feet per employee(from the guidelines in the Square Feet Per Employee table),and ii. Multiplying the result(from step 1) by the SDC rate Per New Employee($ 1,008 as of January 1, 2022).Any proposed use which constitutes 10%or less of the total building space should be considered an ancillary use and does not require a separate calculation; however, the building space for such uses must be included in the total for other non-residential uses. *Rates are based on Improvement Fee only(no Reimbursement Fee). Page 66 2023 Master Fees and Charges-Attachments Appendix Ill. Senior and Affordable Housing Definitions(Per Resolution 08-42): a. "Congregate Housing" is defined as"multi-unit housing with self-contained apartments that contain cooking facilities which support independent lifestyles for those that have life-function disabilities due to age, medical,or mental condition,which do not require residential care or skilled nursing services. Congregate housing provides varying levels of support services,such as meals, laundry, housekeeping,transportation,and social, recreation,cultural and education activities. The full range of services normally associated with residential care facility,are not provided in association with congregate housing." (Section 50.02.005 Definitions,City Code) Rate Provision: Charged at 50%of the Multi-Family residential rate. b. "Residential Care Housing" is considered to be non-residential in nature and is defined as a facility that houses and provides services for 6 or more persons who may have a range of physical and mental health problems, including chronic and debilitating conditions requiring assistance with daily activities. This term is synonymous with other terms such as"assisted living facilities"and "adult care housing" used to describe housing which provides the range of services described below. Living units within residential care housing do not have cooking facilities. A range of services is provided including staff supervised meals, housekeeping and personal care medication supervision, recreation, cultural,social activities and transportation. Residential care housing facilities may include housing for persons needing intermediate care. These are persons who do not require around-the-clock nursing, but who do need preventative care,therapies at levels less than continuous licensed nursing care or observation. Intermediate care emphasizes personal,social and emotional/mental health care, but involves the availability of 24 hour service with physicians and nurses in supervisory roles. Skilled nursing services, including convalescent care, may be provided as an accessory and subordinate use in conjunction with residential care facilities. (Section 50.02.005 Definitions,City Code). Rate Provision: Charged at 50%of the Non-Residential rate. 2023 Master Fees and Charges—Attachments Page 67 Appendix SQUARE FEET PER EMPLOYEE (Recommended guidelines from Metro Employment Density Study) Standard Industry Square Feet Standard Industry Square Feet Classification (SIC)* Per Employee Classification(SIC)* Per Employee 1-19 590 37 700 Agriculture., Fish &Forest Services; Transportation Equipment Construction; Mining 20 630 40-42,44,45,47 3,290 Food & Kindred Products Transportation and Warehousing 22, 23 930 43,46,48,49 460 Textile&Apparel Communications and Public Utilities 24 640 50,51 1,390 Lumber&Wood Wholesale Trade 25,32,39 760 52-59 470 Furniture;Clay,Stone,&Glass; Misc. Retail Trade 26 1,600 60—68 370 Paper and Allied Finance, Insurance& Real Estate 27 450 70—79 770 Printing, Publishing&Allied Non-Health Services 28—31 720 80 350 Chemicals, Petroleum, Rubber, Leather Health Services 33,34 420 81-89 740 Primary&Fabricated Metals Educational,Social, Membership Services 35 300 90—99 540 Machinery Equipment Government 36, 38 400 Electrical Machinery, Equipment * Source: U.S. Department of Commerce Standard Industrial Classification Manual IV. Modification, Expansion,or Redevelopment If the development is a modification or expansion of an existing structure, or redevelopment of a property from a previous use,the SDC amount is based on the net increase in the number of Dwelling Units and/or employees,calculated as follows: a. Calculate an SDC on the development as though the entire development was subject to the SDC; b. Calculate an SDC on the existing development, before modification,expansion,or redevelopment, as though the existing development was subject to the SDC; c. Calculate the net SDC amount by subtracting the result of Step b from the result of Step a; if the result is zero or less than zero, no SDC is due. Page 68 2023 Master Fees and Charges-Attachments Appendix Master Fees and Charges Resolution RESOLUTION 22-29 A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF LAKE OSWEGO REVISING FEES AND CHARGES AND UPDATING THE LAKE OSWEGO MASTER FEES AND CHARGES SCHEDULE WHEREAS, the City has adopted from time to time various fees and charges for services; and WHEREAS,the City has found it necessary to add, revise, or delete various fees. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Lake Oswego that: Section 1. The revisions to fees and charges shown in Exhibit A are hereby adopted effective January 1, 2023, except where noted otherwise. Section 2. The revision to fees and charges shall be incorporated into the City's Master Fees and Charges schedule. Section 3. Effective Date. This Resolution shall take effect upon passage. Considered and enacted at the regular meeting of the City Council of the City of Lake Oswego on the 6th day of December, 2022. AYES: NOES: EXCUSED: ABSTAIN: Joseph M. Buck, Mayor ATTEST: Kari Linder, City Recorder APPROVED AS TO FORM: Evan Boone, City Attorney Pro Tem 2023 Master Fees and Charges—Attachments Page 69