Permit Fees & Water/Sewer Connection Fees

Building Permit Fees:

SECTION 500.070: PERMIT FEES

A fee for each permit and inspection shall be paid in accordance with the following schedule.  Building permit fees will be based on the estimated valuation cost of the total valuation cost of the total value of work, including materials and labor.  The valuation of construction will be compared to the current "Building Valuation Data" and if the valuation is under estimated on the application then the estimated valuation cost shall be calculated using the most current "Building Valuation Data" schedule as published biannually by the International Code Council.

Any project requiring a building permit that is started without a legal permit will be required to pay 150% of the standard building permit fee.

Permit fees for Residential One-Family Dwellings, Two-Family Dwellings and Townhouses governed by the current adopted International Residential Code:

Total Valuation Fee
$0-$5,000 $50.00
$5,000 & above $50.00
      Plus $2.00 per each additional $1,000 of valuation 
 
Estimated cost of construction for new structures or additions shall be based upon the building construction valuation of a minimum of Fifty-Five Dollars ($55.00) per square foot, no exceptions.

Minimum Permit Fee          $50.00

Plan review fees for all commercial and residential structures governed by the currently adopted International Building Code, National Electric Code, International Plumbing Code, International Mechanical and Fuel Gas Code, International Fire Code and International Existing Building Code:

Plan Review Fee Deposit          $TBD - Equal to One-Half (1/2) of the Building Permit Fee

When the total construction valuation of a proposed project exceeds One Hundred Thousand Dollars ($100,000.00) and a plan is required to be submitted, then a Plan Review Fee Deposit shall be paid in advance at the time of application.  The deposit shall constitute a credit toward the total permit fee(s). The remainder of the fee(s) are due when the approved permit is picked up by the applicant.

Permit fees for all commercial and residential structures governed by the currently adopted International Building Code, National Electric Code, International Plumbing Code, International Mechanical and Fuel Gas Code, International Fire Code and International Existing Building Code:

Total Valuation Fee
$0-$20,000 $150.00
$20,001-$200,000  
      First $20,000 $150.00
Plus $6.00 per each additional $1,000 of valuation.
 
$200,001-$1,000,000  
      First $200,000 $1230.00
 Plus $4.50 per each additional $1,000 of valuation.
 
$1,000,001 & over  
     First $1,000,000 $4,830
Plus $3.00 per each additional $1,000 of valuation.
 
Plumbing Permit Only $75.00
Electric Permit Only $75.00
Mechanical or Fuel Gas Permit Only $75.00
   
Minimum Permit Fee (unless noted) $150.00

Additional Permit Fees:

Demolition Permit $50.00
Fence Permit $25.00
Deck Permit $25.00
Detached Accessory Building Permit
     200 square feet or less
$25.00
Excavation Permit $50.00
Swimming Pool Permit $25.00
Blasting Permit $50.00
Tent/Canopy Permit
     more than 200 square feet
$25.00
   
Sign Permit Fees:  
      Total Valuation Fee
      $0-$1,000 $25.00
      Plus $4.50 per each additional $1,000 of valuation.
 
      Minimum Sign Permit Fee $25.00
   
 Dock Permit Fees:  
      Docks up to four (4) wells $50.00
      Docks over four (4) wells $50.00
      Plus $6.00 per well over 4 wells
 
      Minimum Dock Permit Fee $50.00


Water/Sewer Connection Fees:

SECTION 700.260: WATER HOOKUPS AND FEES

Meter Size Cost Per Hookup
3/4 inch $575
 1 inch $700
 2 inch $1,000

It shall be unlawful for any person other than a City of Camdenton employee to tap onto any City water line unless said person shall be authorized in writing by the Board of Aldermen.

SECTION 700.090: SEWER PERMIT FEES

Connection Type Cost per Connection
Residential $150
Commercial $150
Industrial $250

All costs and expense incident to the installation and connection of the building sewer shall be borne by the owner. The owner shall indemnify the City from any loss or damage that may directly or indirectly be occasioned by the installation of the building sewer. A separate and independent building sewer connection shall be provided for every building, except as approved by the Director of Public Works.