Where Licenses & Fees Are Used
- Updated on Tuesday, October 2, 2012, 7:33 pm
If you need a permit or license from the city, this is where that money is tracked. If you don't need one of these permits, you don't pay anything. Permit monies are almost always specifically dedicated to the particular operation/service involved. Some examples:
- Building Permits & Plan Review Fees
- Permits and Plan Review Fees for Streets, Sewer, and Water
- Planning Fees
- Library Fees
The economic downturn significantly reduced fee income from construction activities or those operations receiving fees from development would have been a larger percentage of the total and the total would have been bigger.
There is a small portion of this revenue in the General Fund that is not dedicated, and it's a part of the pool of money benefitting Police, Fire, Library, Nondepartmental, Planning, and Code Enforcement operations.
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