Soil Erosion Permit Fee Schedule

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TYPE
PERMIT
FEE
“AFTER THE FACT”
PERMIT FEE

Transportation & Utilities

Including but not limited to streets, pipelines, gas, phone Electric, cable TV…up to 1 mile $225
$428
(Each additional mile or fraction). $100
$190

Subdivisions, plats, multiple housing, industrial, commercial, & recreational

Up to 1 acre $250
$475
(Each additional mile or fraction) $100
$190

Water impoundments, drain ditches, ponds

Up to 1 acre $100
$190
(Each additional mile or fraction) $75
$143
Single family residence $125
$238
Garage, Pole barn, addition $100
$190
Limited use permit (decks, septic) $75
$143
Sea Walls $25
Extraction Sites (mining- same as commercial) – Renewable on an annual basis for 4 additional years at a fee of half the original fee.

All permits expire 1 year from date of issue, may be renewed one time for one year.

Renewal Fee: Residential
(All others- 1/2 original fee)
$75

NORMAL TILLING, PLANTING AND HARVESTING  OF AGRICULTURAL  CROPS ARE EXEMPT. THE FEE FOR ALL OTHER AGRICULTURAL ACTIVITIES IS $50 PER PERMIT AND $100 FOR “AFTER-THE-FACT” PERMITS.

Non-residential  projects MAY require engineered  site plans with runoff calculations.  If the enforcing agent feels that it is necessary to have a professional engineer review the plans, all review costs will be paid for by the developer.  A $1,000 deposit will be required before the permit is issued and any unused portion of this deposit will be returned when project is finalized.


PLAT, LAND DIVISION, DEVELOPMENT ETC. SCHEDULE STORMWATER REVIEW FEES

Fees for storm water reviews are as follows: Preliminary Submittal:

Preliminary plat and land divisions submittal fee(up to 30 lots) $200 minimum fee
All lots over 30 lots $10 per lot
Other development submittal fee: $250
Drain Commissioner’s preliminary inspection fee: $200
Deposit for engineering review and inspection: $1000
The above fees shall be payable at the time of preliminary plat or site plan submittal and made to the Oceana County Drain Commissioner. If work commences prior to submittal and approval, the fees shall be doubled.

Engineering Review: Total charges incurred by the Drain Commissioner’s office for engineering services deemed necessary to perform reviews and inspections shall be charged in addition to the above submittal fees. Engineering services will be based on current hourly billing rates for actual time and reimbursable expenses. Charges are to be paid by the proprietor within 15 days of invoice by the Drain Commissioner. Failure to make timely payment constitutes a violation, and approval will be rescinded, or permit will be revoked and deposit forfeited. Deposit will be returned to proprietor of good standing upon receipt of construction record drawings sealed by developer engineer.(as-builts). Permit:

Permit Fee (permit to occupy easement or to cross a county drain with utilities, roads, drives, etc., or to connect to a county drain): $150
If work commences without a permit or if a violation occurs, which results in the permit being revoked, a new permit must be obtained and a new fee paid: $200

Recording: Any recording fees incurred due to registering a document are the responsibility of the proprietor.


An “After the Fact Permit Fee” will be assessed for any work started without a permit. NORMAL TILLING, PLANTING AND HARVESTING OF AGRICULTURAL CROPS ARE EXEMPT

Non-residential projects MAY require engineered site plans with runoff calculations.  If the  enforcing agent feels that is necessary to have a professional engineer review the plans, all review costs will be paid for by the developer. A $1,000 deposit will be required before the permit is issued and any unused portion of this deposit will be returned when the project is finalized. This fee schedule takes effect November 1, 2015 and supersedes  all other Soil Erosion Enforcing Agency fee schedules.