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Pool (Residential or Commercial)

The pool activity type is used to exclusively permit residential or commercial pools. If a project will include other work it should be permitted separately on the appropriate activity type. An example of the need for this is the construction of a new commercial pool and Pool house or cabana. The cabana should be on a separate new building permit.

 

Fee:

 

 

Due on all Residential and Commercial Pool Permits:

Circumstance under which fee is due:

 

Administrative Processing Fee

 

 

Building Permit Fee (Inspection)

 

 

Building Excise Tax (A.K.A. Construction Excise Tax)

Due for commercial pools, but not for residential.

 

Fire Department Inspection Fee

 

 

Fire Department Review Fee

 

 

Fire Department Administrative Fee

 

 

General Plan Fee

 

 

Green Building Fee

 

 

Plan Review Fee

 

 

Regional Sanitation

All commercial pools must provide a receipt from regional sanitation, not due for residential pools

 

Strong Motion Fee

If the Building discipline will field inspect the project.

 

Technology Fee

 

 

 

 

 

Due in some Circumstances on Residential and Commercial Pool Permits:

Circumstance under which fee is due:

 

City Operations Tax

Only charged if a California licensed contractor is the permit holder.

 

Construction Debris Fee

Charged if the project value is $250,000 or more or has a scope of work covered by the California Green Building Code.

 

ESC (Erosion & Sediment Control) Grading

Charged on new site development by acreage. This fee is calculated, assessed and invoiced by Utilities Department staff on commercial projects.

 

Plan Review - Expedite

Charged when expedited plan review services are requested and provided by the city. An example would be over the counter plan review

 

Public Works Fee

This fee is calculated by Public Works Staff in the Development Engineering section. The fee is a function of the number of plan review hours expended reviewing the project.

 

Utilities Fee

This fee is calculated by Utilities Department Staff in the Utilities Development Services section. The fee is a function of the number of plan review hours expended reviewing the project.

 

Water Development Fee

May be due depending on the use history for the parcel combined with the proposed use. This fee is calculated, assessed and invoiced by Utilities Department staff of commercial projects.

 

Water Meter Fee

All; fee varies based on water service size which dictates the required meter size. This fee is calculated, assessed and invoiced by Utilities Department staff of commercial projects.