Fee Schedule Change

Public Body: Park City Fire Service District

Subject: Fee Schedule Change

Notice Title: PARK CITY FIRE SERVICE DISTRICT NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING-FEE SCHEDULE CHANGE

Meeting Location: Park City Fire Service District Administrative Office
736 West Bitner Road
Park City, Utah 84098

Notice Date & Time: September 4, 2018
6:30 PM

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

Notice is hereby given that the Park City Fire Service District (“District”) intends to increase and decrease fees charged by the District for Impact Fees and adding an administrative code enforcement fine. A public hearing will be held by the Administrative Control Board (“Board”) of the District on Tuesday, September 4, 2018 at 6:30 p.m. at the Park City Fire Service District Administrative Office, 736 West Bitner Road, Park City, Utah, to receive public comment on the proposed fee increases, decreases and fine addition. The following is a list of the proposed fee increases, decreases and fine addition;

Impact Fees
Residential (Single family or multi-family) $541.66
Commercial (Not including R1 occupancies) $0.85 per square foot
Lodging (R1 occupancies only) $0.89 per square foot
Institutional (Hospitals, Jails, Schools, etc.) $.037 per square foot

Fines
Fire Code Violation $250.00 per violation per day
Stop Work Order Violation $250.00 per person per day

Description/Agenda: The proposed Fee Increases, Decreases and Fine Addition will be available for public inspection at the District office and public library within the District at least 14 days before the public hearing. If you cannot attend the hearing and would like to submit written comments, they will be received until 5:00 p.m. on September 4, 2018, via email dbarney@pcfd.org. Anyone requiring assistance in understanding or participating in the public hearing is encouraged to notify Del Barney at (435)-940-2505 at least two days before the hearing so assistance may be provided.

Contact Information: Del Barney
(435)-940-2505
dbarney@pcfd.org

1 Comment

Alex Martin
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Which fees increase and which ones decrease? From what to what? Wouldn’t it result n fewer questions if you said what the fee used to be and what the proposed fee is going to be?

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