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1 Fire Department Fees.

2 North Liberty Fire Department 25 W. Cherry St., North Liberty, IA Phone: (319) Fax: (319) Fire Department Fee Schedule Council Members, I just wanted to take a moment to explain the proposed fee schedule that will be discussed at the upcoming council meeting. In the 2006 and 2009 fire code adoption, section IV was created in our local fire code amendments called fees. This section provides the establishment of fees for inspections, re-inspections for non-compliance, plans review, acceptance testing, permits and other services related to the enforcement of the fire code. The fee schedule is required to be adopted by resolution by the North Liberty Council. The fee schedule has a section for operational permits, construction permits, fire inspection fees, hazardous material response reimbursement & standby-by rates and other fees. The fee schedule is not intended to add an extra burden or a tax to local businesses but rather help the city recover some of the costs associated with the permitting process such as plans review, site visits, the testing of new fire protection and fire detection equipment, fire inspections and other services that are provided by the fire department. The fees established in this document are very similar if not the same as the fees charged by the Coralville Fire Department, as they were consulted throughout the development of this fee schedule. The fee schedule only applies to commercial and multi-family dwelling and it excludes one and two-family dwellings. The Home Builders Association was given a chance to review this fee schedule and they did not have any objections for the establishment of the fee schedule nor did they have any recommendations for changes. The fee schedule does not apply to routine emergency and non-emergency responses, such as fire and medical responses, fire alarms, public assist, calls for service, etc. The first section of the fee schedule is Operational Permits. Section 105 of the 2009 International Fire Code establishes a list of operational permits that are required for the handling, storage or use of substances, materials or devices regulated by the fire code. Typically the operational permits relate to higher hazard or higher risk operations, such cryogenic fluids, explosives (including fireworks), hazardous materials, high piled storage and waste handling. Typically the operational permits are renewed on an annual basis which allows the fire department to inspect these operations to ensure that they are being conducted in a safe and proper manner. We currently do not have the staffing to actively enforce all of the operational permits listed in the fire code and the fee schedule but we would like to establish them now for future enforcement. It will take some time to review the current businesses in North Liberty and identity if any of them fall under this section. We anticipate only a few businesses being required to comply with the operational permits.

3 The next section of the fee schedule is Construction Permits. Section 105 of the 2009 International Fire Code also establishes a list of construction permits that are required for new construction. As stated before, this only applies to commercial and multi-family dwellings and excludes one & two-family dwellings. Some of the construction permits established by the fire code and the fee schedule are for the installation of fire sprinkler systems, fire alarm, special agent suppression systems and other special hazard installations. Included in the permit fee are the permit, a detailed plans review, site visit and final inspection/acceptance testing. The next section of the fee schedule is for fire inspections. We will not charge for the initial fire inspection and the first re-inspection that is conducted by the fire department. The establishment of this fee schedule allows us to fine businesses that do not fix or do not comply with the correction of fire and life safety items found during repeated fire inspections. Currently our only option for non-compliancy is a municipal infraction. The next section of the fee schedule is the establishment for hazardous materials response reimbursement and stand-by rates. The State of Iowa has granted fire departments the ability to recuperate expenditures associated with the response to a hazardous material incident. The fees were determined using the Hazardous Materials Response Billing Protocol for Iowa Fire Department (2002 edition) and also the standard FEMA schedule reimburse rate (2010 edition). The second part of the section relates to stand-by requests for special events and functions, such as fireworks standbys that are required by the fire code. The last section of the fee schedule is other fees. The Fire Protection & Alarm Company License Fee is a small annual fee charged to fire protection and fire alarm companies conducting work in the City of North Liberty. One license covers all employees for that company. By requiring these companies to apply for an annual license, we are able to ensure that they are registered by the State of Iowa and that conduct their work in accordance to the adopted fire code. The Coralville Fire Department has established this requirement years ago. Thank you, Bryan Hardin Assistant Fire Chief North Liberty Fire Department

4 Operational Permits (2009 IFC, Section 105.6) Description Fee Amount Term Aerosol products Required to manufacture, store or handle an aggregate quantity of Level 2 or Level 3 aerosol products in excess of 500 lbs net weight Amusement buildings Required to operate a Special Amusement Building. $ Days Carnivals and fairs Required to conduct a Carnival or Fair. $ Single Event Cellulose nitrate film Required to store, handle or use cellulose nitrate film in a Group A Occupancy Combustible dust-producing operations Required for operations producing combustible dusts as defined in Chapter of the IFC Combustible fibers Required for the storage and handling of combustible fibers in quantities greater than 100 cubic feet Compressed gases Required for storage and handling at normal temperature and pressure of compressed gases in excess of the amounts listed in Table of the IFC Cryogenic fluids Required to produce, store, transport on site, use, handle or dispense cryogenic fluids in excess of the amounts listed in Table of the IFC Cutting and welding. Required to conduct cutting or welding operations within the jurisdiction Dry cleaning plants Required to engage in the business of dry cleaning or to change to a more hazardous cleaning solvent used in existing dry cleaning equipment Explosives North Liberty Fire Department Fee Schedule Required for the manufacture, storage, handling, sale or use of any quantity of explosives, explosive materials, fireworks, or pyrotechnic special effects within the scope of Chapter 33 of the IFC. 1) Fireworks Display $ Per Event 2) Blasting Permit $ Days 3) Storage of Explosives $ Days Hazardous materials Required to store, transport on site, dispense, use or handle hazardous materials in excess of the amounts listed in Table of the IFC HPM facilities Required to store, handle or use hazardous production materials High-piled storage Required to use a building or portion thereof as a high-piled storage area exceeding 500 sq feet. $ Days

5 Operational Permits (2009 IFC, Section 105.6) Cont. Description Fee Amount Term Hot work operations Required for Hot Work Operations including cutting, welding, grinding, application of roof coverings with the use of open flame, or other operations determined by the Fire Code Official. $ Days Lumber yards and woodworking plants Required for the storage or processing of lumber exceeding 100,00 board feet Magnesium Required to melt, cast, heat treat or grind more than 10 pounds of magnesium Open burning. Kindling or maintaining of an open flame or a fire on any public street, alley, road, or other public or private ground. Instructions and stipulations of the permit shall be adhered to. Exceptions are recreational fires Open flames and candles. Required to use open flames or candles in connection with assembly areas, dining areas of restaurants, or drinking establishments Pyrotechnic special effects material Required Operational Permit same as found under Explosives section Pyroxylin plastics Required for storage and handling of more than 25 pounds of cellulose nitrate plastics and for the assemble or manufacture of articles involving Pyroxylin plastics Spraying or dipping Storage of scrap tires and tire byproducts Required to conduct a spraying or dipping operation utilizing flammable or combustible liquids or the application of combustible powders regulated by Chapter 15 of the 2009 NC Fire Code. Required to establish, conduct or maintain storage of scrap tires and tire byproducts that exceeds 2,500 cubic feet of total volume of scrap tires and for indoor storage of tires and tire byproducts Temporary membrane structures and tents Required to operate an air-supported temporary membrane structure or a tent having an area in excess of 200 square feet, or a canopy in excess of 400 square feet (See exceptions in the 2009 NC Fire Code section This is an OPERATIONAL permit for use of tent in excess of the 7 days permitted under a tent construction permit Tire rebuilding Required for the operation and maintenance of a tire-rebuilding plant Waste handling Required for the operation of wrecking yards, junk yards and waste material-handling facilities. $25.00 Per Open Burn See Footnote #5 $ Days $ Single Event $25 / Tent After 7 Days of operation. Up to 30 days. All Other Operational Permits listed under Chapter $50.00 As Determined Failure to Secure Permit Any occupancy operating without a required permit shall double the permit fee. A stop work order shall be issued until payment is received and permit issued. Double Listed Permit Fee *Operational permits shall be submitted with all required information not less than 14 days prior to the event requiring a permit.

6 Construction Permits (2009 IFC, Section 105.7) Fee Amount Notes Automatic fire extinguishing systems Required for the installation of or modification to an automatic fireextinguishing system 1) Automatic Sprinkler System (Section 903, IFC) $75 + $2 per Sprinkler Head See Footnote #1 & #2 2) Kitchen Hood Suppression System (Section 904, IFC) $75 per System See Footnote #1 & #2 3) Alternative Automatic Fire-Extinguishing Systems (Section 904, IFC) Fire alarm & detection equipment & related equipment Required for the installation of or modification to fire alarm, detection equipment and related equipment Fire pumps and related equipment Required for the installation of, or modification to fire pumps and related fuel tanks, jockey pumps, controllers, and generators. (Permit required in addition to other Automatic Fire Extinguishing System Construction Permits) (Section 913, IFC) Standpipe System Required for the installation of, modification or removal from service of a standpipe system. Maintenance performed in accordance with this code is not considered a modification and does not require a permit. $75 + $0.50 / lb of Agent $75 + $2 per Warning & Initiating Device See Footnote #1 & #2 See Footnote #1 & #2 $75 per Fire Pump See Footnote #1 & #2 $75 per Standpipe riser See Footnote #1 & # Temporary membrane structures and Tents Required to erect an air-supported temporary membrane structure or tent having an area in excess of 400 sq. feet. See exceptions. $50 / Tent Up to 7 days Open burning for Construction Kindling or maintaining of an open flame or a fire on any public street, alley, road, or other public or private ground. Instructions and stipulations of the permit shall be adhered to. Exceptions are recreational fires. $ Per Open Burn All Other Construction Permits listed under Chapter $50 As Determined Failure to Secure Permit Beginning work, or maintain an operation without a required permit shall double the permit fee. A stop work order shall be issued until Double Listed Permit payment is received and permit issued. Fee Fire Inspection Fees Fee Amount Notes Initial Inspection No Cost See Footnote #3 1st Re-Inspection Conducted no sooner than 15 days from the initial inspection. No Cost See Footnote #3 2nd Re-Inspection Conducted no sooner than 7 days from 1st re-inspection. $75.00 See Footnote #3 Additional Re-Inspections Conducted no sooner than 7 days from previous re-inspection. Municipal Infraction Additional per hour fee for after office hour fire inspections Office hours are considered M-F, 8AM-5PM $50.00 See Footnote #4

7 Hazardous Materials Response Reimbursement & Standby-By Rates Fee Amount Notes Heavy Response - Engine with 1000 GPM Pump Capacity Engine 112, includes up to 4 personnel. $ / Hr. See Footnote #6 Heavy Response - Engine with 2000 GPM Pump Capacity Tanker/Pumper 113, includes up to 4 personnel. $ / Hr. See Footnote #6 Heavy Response - Quint / Aerial Ladder with 75 Ft. Ladder Quint 114, includes up to 4 personnel. $ / Hr. See Footnote #6 Light & Support Response Apparatus Rescue 119, Grass Truck 116 and Command Vehicle 115, includes $ / Hr. See Footnote #6 up to 2 personnel. Extra Response Personnel Each additional personnel. $20.00 / Hr. See Footnote #6 Expended Materials Expended materials will be billed at replacement cost plus shipping. (Foam, containment booms, sand, oil dry, absorbent, etc.). Replacement Cost See Footnote #6 Equipment repair and/or cleaning The repair or cleaning of equipment will be billed at parts & labor. (Personal protective equipment, hose, nozzle, apparatus, etc.). Parts / Labor See Footnote #6 Damaged Equipment Equipment damaged beyond repair will be bill at current replacement costs plus shipping. Replacement Cost See Footnote #6 Other Fees Fee Amount Term Fire Protection & Alarm Company License Fee Required for any companies installing, maintaining or repairing any fire suppression, fire alarm & detection or fire extinguishers within the limits of the City of North Liberty. Only one license is required per company and will cover all employees. Incident Report Request Fee required for incident reports request. $5.00 Footnotes 1) Fee includes permit, plan review and final inspection/acceptance testing. 2) Re-Inspection for construction permits will be $25/hour, 1 hour minimum. 3) Any violation that is deemed to be a life safety hazard may proceed to a Municipal Infraction. Life safety violations shall be corrected immediately. 4) The Fire Chief may authorize a additional fee of $50.00 per hour for inspections or re-inspections that are requested or required after hours. 5) Permit is good for one open burn, not to exceed 24 hours. Permit also includes up to two alternate dates. 6) Rates based on the Hazardous Materials Response Billing Protocol for Iowa Fire Departments, 2002 edition & the FEMA Schedule Reimbursement Rates, 2010 edition. Minimum of one hour. Billed in 15-minute increments beyond the first hour. Jul-11

8 RESOLUTION RESOLUTION ESTABLISHING THE FIRE DEPARTMENT FEE SCHEDULE IN THE CITY OF NORTH LIBERTY, IOWA. WHEREAS, the North Liberty Code of Ordinances authorizes the City Council to determine and set by resolution Fire Department Fee Schedules; and WHEREAS, the City Council has established what appropriate fees for each service are. BE IT THEREFORE NOW RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF NORTH LIBERTY, IOWA, that the City of North Liberty, Iowa, hereby approves the Fire Department Fee Schedule as in the attached document. Passed and approved this day of, 20. CITY OF NORTH LIBERTY By: Thomas A. Salm, Mayor ATTEST: Tracey Mulcahey, City Clerk City of North Liberty 2011 Resolution Number Page: 1

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