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File #: Resolution 50-2021    Name:
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 10/11/2021 In control: City Council
On agenda: 10/19/2021 Final action: 10/19/2021
Title: Resolution 50-2021: Adopting the 2022 Fee Schedule
Attachments: 1. 1. Resolution No. 50-2021, 2. 2. Exhibit A - 2022 Fee Schedule Red-lined
Agenda Date: 10/19/2021

Subject:
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Resolution 50-2021: Adopting the 2022 Fee Schedule
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Prepared by:
Tiffany Hooten, Finance Director

PURPOSE:
Does city council support adoption of the 2022 Fee Schedule?

PRESENTATIONS:
Staff Presenter(s): Tiffany Hooten, Finance Director
Additional Presenter(s): N/A

SUMMARY:
Fees are charged to customers, citizens, and other parties for certain city services. The purpose of a fee is to help defray the cost of the city providing those services and not to raise revenue. Fees must be evaluated to ensure that the fee is commensurate with the service provided. The fee schedule does not encompass all city-wide fees such as library and museum fees or license fees such as liquor and medical marijuana.

During the budget sessions September 11th and 28th, staff proposed increases to the sewer and stormwater utility fee schedule. One additional fee that is included for 2022 is a slight increase in the pea patch fee. The "red-lined" 2022 fee schedule is attached which includes comparative fee changes.

PRIOR ACTIONS OR DISCUSSIONS:
These fee changes were discussed during the budget sessions held on September 11th and 28th except for the pea patch fee which has been requested by staff.

ANALYSIS:
Staff Analysis
Staff has reviewed the recommended fee changes. The 2022 recommended fee schedule is attached as part of the resolution and referenced as Exhibit A.

Council Goal, Objective, and/or Guiding Principle
The fee schedule is directly related to Goal 2 Financial Sustainability by providing a mechanism to fund services with fees.

Fiscal Impacts
The following are the proposed fee changes for 2022. Additionally, fees related to fire services have been removed from the Fee Resolution as the city no longer provides fire services.

Sewer and Stormwater Utilities Fees
Annual sewer utility fees are proposed to increase by 5% for operational and capital needs of the sewer utility system. The estimated additional annual revenue in...

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