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The Regional Municipality of Peel
By-law number 43-2002

A by-law to impose fees for services and activities provided by the Regional Municipality of Peel or for the use of its property, to amend By-law 9-73, and to repeal By-laws 67-97 and 9-96.

Whereas section 220.1 of the Municipal Act, R.S.O. 1990, c. M.45, as amended, provides that a municipality may pass by-laws imposing fees or charges on any class of persons, for services or activities provided or done by or on behalf of it, for costs payable by it for services or activities provided or done by or on behalf of any other municipality or local board, and for the use of its property including property under its control;

And whereas section 69 of the Planning Act, R.S.O., 1990, c. P.13 permits a council of a municipality to prescribe a tariff of fees for the processing of applications made in respect of planning matters;

And whereas the Council of The Regional Municipality of Peel ("Regional Corporation") on the 23rd October 1997 passed By-law 67-97 to impose fees for services and activities provided by Regional Corporation, and for the use of its property;

And whereas the Council of the Regional Corporation on the 8th February, 1996 passed By-law 9-96 to impose a tariff of fees in connection with the processing of plans of subdivision and condominium and part lot applications;

And whereas the Council of the Regional Corporation on the 31st December 1973 passed By-law 9-73 respecting the supply of water, the management and maintenance of the water works system of the Regional Corporation and the establishment of water rates and charges;

Now therefore the Council of the Regional Corporation enacts as follows:

  1. In this By-law,
    1. account"" means the total amount of the fees payable by a person requesting or receiving services under this By-law, plus the applicable taxes;
    2. "fee" means the amount in dollars for a unit of service;
    3. "service" includes an activity and the use of a property, including property under the control of the Regional Corporation.
  2. Every person who requests or receives a service described in Column 1 of Schedule "A" to this By-law, shall pay to the Regional Corporation the fee set out in Column 3 for each unit of service received or requested, set out in Column 2 opposite such service, plus the applicable taxes.
    1. Every account shall be payable on the date the service is requested, except where an invoice is provided, in which case the account shall be payable on the due date indicated in the invoice.
    2. Accounts may be paid by cash or cheque payable to The Regional Municipality of Peel.
    1. Interest at the rate of 1.25% per month, compounded monthly, being the equivalent of 19.56% per annum, shall be payable on the outstanding balance of any account remaining unpaid after 30 days after it becomes payable.
    2. Despite subsection (1), accounts payable by Federal, Provincial and other municipal governments, including local boards of the Peel area municipalities, shall be exempted from interest for the first 60 days after they become payable.
    3. No interest on late payments shall be applied to accounts payable by the City of Mississauga, the City of Brampton or the Town of Caledon.
  3. Notwithstanding section 2 herein, exemptions from fees may be granted as follows:
    1. The Reproductive Health Supervisor is authorized to exempt, in whole or in part, any person from the Prenatal/Postpartum Class Fee, being Fee Numbers 1-5, Schedule 4, Division 1, Appendix "A" where he or she is of the opinion that the payment of such fee may cause undue economic hardship to the person requiring the service in question;
    2. Any supervisor or manager with the Healthy Sexuality Program is authorized to exempt, in whole or in part, any person from the Healthy Sexuality Clinic Fee, being Fee Numbers 1-9, Schedule 4, Division 4, Appendix "A" where he or she is of the opinion that the payment of such fee may cause undue economic hardship to the person requiring the service in question; and
    3. The Administrator of a long-term care facility is authorized to exempt, in whole or in part, any person from paying the Hall Rental Fee, being Fee Number 4, Schedule 9, Division 1, Appendix "A" where he or she is of the opinion that the payment of such fee may cause undue economic hardship to the person requiring the service in question or where the activity will benefit the residents of the long-term care facility.
  4. If a court of competent jurisdiction declares any provision or fee, or any part of a provision or fee, of this By-law to be invalid, or to be of no force and effect, it is the intention of the Regional Council in enacting this By-law, that each and every other provision and fee of this By-law authorized by law, be applied and enforced in accordance with its terms to the extent possible by law.
  5. Schedule "A" attached hereto shall form part of this By-law and By-law 9-73, as amended.
  6. By-law 9-73, being a by-law respecting the supply of water, the management and maintenance of the water works system of the Regional Corporation and the establishment of water rates and charges is amended as follows:
    1. by deleting Section 3.1 and replacing it with the following:

      Every owner of premises who applies for municipal water service for such premises, or his agent, shall make application therefore to the Commissioner on the prescribed form, and at the time of such application shall pay the Regional Municipality the appropriate fees as established in Schedule A to By-law 43-2002, being the Fees By-law; and

    2. by deleting Section 7.1 and replacing it with the following:

      The rates and charges established in Schedule A to By-law 43-2002 being the Fees By-law shall apply as the rates and charges for the respective work or service shown thereon. Where by agreement the Regional Municipality agrees to special rates and/or charges, such agreement will take precedent over this By-law.

  7. By-law No. 67-97, being a by-law to establish user fees and charges for services provided by the Regional Corporations and By-law No. 9-96, being a by-law to establish a tariff of fees for the processing of plans of subdivision and condominium and part lot control applications, are hereby repealed.
  8. Despite the repeals of By-laws 67-97 and 9-96 and the amendment of By-law 9-73 herein, the tariffs of fees set out in By-laws 67-97,9-96 and 9-73 on the day immediately prior to the day this by-law comes into effect shall continue to apply to fees which became payable prior to the date upon which this by-law comes into effect.
  9. This By-law may be referred to as the "Fees By-law".
  10. This By-law takes effect on the day it is passed.

Read three times and finally passed in open Council this 11th day of July, 2002.

C. Gravlev
Acting Regional Clerk

S. DiMarco
Acting Regional Chair

Schedule 1: General Corporate

  Column 1 Column 2 Column 3    
  Program/Service Description Service Unit Current Fee $ GST + PST +
  Information Request Fees (applies to requests handled outside MFIPPA)        
1 Photocopies/Computer Printouts page 0.20 n/a  
2 Floppy Disks disk 10.00 n/a  
3 Manual Searches/Preparation for Disclosure (general records only) hour 30.00 n/a  
4 Programming to produce records from machine readable data hour 60.00 n/a  
5 Other Costs (from outside providers) request Actual Cost n/a  
6 Compliance Letters (inquiries on compliance with Regional conditions for sale/purchase of property) letter 70.00 n/a  

Schedule 2: Corporate Services

Division 1 – Clerk's

  Column 1 Column 2 Column 3    
  Program/Service Description Service Unit Current Fee $ GST + PST +
  Council/Committee Subscription Fees        
1 Council Agenda year 239.20 +  
2 Council Minutes year 125.00 +  
3 Agenda – Housing year 140.00 +  
4 Agenda – Human Services year 140.00 +  
5 Agenda – Management year 140.00 +  
6 Agenda – Planning year 210.00 +  
7 Agenda – Public Works year 210.00 +  
8 Agenda – Peel Living year 140.00 +  
9 Committee Minutes year 90.00 +  
10 Certification of Documents document 30.00 n/a  
11 Commissioning of Affidavits (non-Regional business) document 30.00 n/a  
12 Council/Committee Tapes – copies tape 17.00 n/a  
13 Council/Committee Tapes – cueing of specific item hour 48.00 n/a  
  Land Division Fees – Town of Caledon        
14 Application for Consent application 865.00 n/a  
15 Application for Certificate of Validation application 865.00 n/a  
16 Application for Approval of Foreclosure/Exercise of Power of Sale application 865.00 n/a  
17 Application requesting Changes to Conditions of Provisioinal Consent application 865.00 n/a  
18 Certificate resulting from Application certificate 420.00 n/a  
19 Applicant necessitated re-circulation of Notice of an application application 207.00 n/a  

Division 2 – Legal Services

  Column 1 Column 2 Column 3    
  Program/Service Description Service Unit Current Fee $ GST + PST +
1 Commissioning of Affidavits (non-Regional business) document 30.00 n/a  
2 Preparation of Notarial Certificates (non-Regional business) document 50.00 n/a  

Division 3 – Land Ambulance & Emergency Programss

  Column 1 Column 2 Column 3    
  Program/Service Description Service Unit Current Fee $ GST + PST +
1 Emergency Plans document 5.00 n/a  
2 9-1-1 Call Tapes tape 10.00 n/a  
3 Ambulance Paid Duty with Administration Fee document (contract) 100.00 n/a  

Schedule 3: Finance

Division 1 – Financial Services

  Column 1 Column 2 Column 3    
  Program/Service Description Service Unit Current Fee $ GST + PST +
1 New Account Charge        
  Turn-off or Turn-on for Collection (extended hours - Monday-Friday, 8:30 am - 9:00 pm)
2 Standard residential service size (extended hours) turn-on/off 16.40 n/a  
3 Standard residential service size (after hours) turn-on/off 52.50 n/a  
4 Commercial service size (extended hours) turn-on/off 33.30 n/a  
5 Commercial service size (after hours) turn-on/off 87.30 n/a  
  Customer-Requested Turn-off or Turn-on (regular hours - Monday-Friday, 7:30 am - 4:00 pm)
6 Standard residential service size (regular hours) turn-on/off 11.60 n/a  
7 Standard residential service size (after hours) turn-on/off 52.50 n/a  
8 Commercial service size (regular hours) turn-on/off 33.30 n/a  
9 Commercial service size (after hours) turn-on/off 87.30 n/a  
10 Service Rep. Call re. Overdue Account call 16.40 n/a  
11 N.S.F. Cheque cheque 15.00 n/a  
12 Statement Letter (billing history) letter 70.00 +  
  Replacement Charges - Damaged Equipment
13 Standard Residential Service Size equipment 47.3 + materials +  
14 Commercial Service Size equipment Actual Cost +  
  Rates for Water Sold to Consumers
15 Flat rate for consumers whose water is unmetered
per month 6.00 n/a  
  Consumption Rates (each metered service shall be billed separately)
16 Per thousand Imperial gallons metered
1000/gal 1.85 n/a  
17 Per ten cubic meters metered
10m3
4.0784 n/a  
  Customer-Requested Meter Removal/Re-Installation (including required turn-on/off, regular hours - Monday-Friday, 8:30 am - 4:30 pm)
    n/a  
18 Standard Residential Service Size (regular hours)
removal 47.30 n/a  
19 Commercial Service Size (regular hours)
removal n/a  
20 Standard Residential Service Size (after hours)
removal n/a  
21 Commercial Service Size (after hours)
removal 15.00 n/a  
22 Returned Cheque Payments/N.S.F. Charges (non-water/sewer accounts)
cheque n/a  
23 Landfill Ticket Copies
copy 10.00 +  
  Payroll – Employee Personal Service Deductions offered through Payroll (annual charge)
24 Insurance Deductions (car, home)
employee 6.00 n/a  
25 Recreational Centre Memberships
employee 6.00 n/a  
26 Other Employee Optional Services
employee 6.00 n/a  
27 Payroll Service for other Organizations
deposit/cheque 7.00 n/a  

Schedule 4: Health

Division 1 – Family Health

  Column 1 Column 2 Column 3    
  Program/Service Description Service Unit Current Fee $ GST + PST +
  Prenatal/Postpartum Class Fees*        
1 Early Beginnings (9 classes) couple 80.00 n/a  
2 Pregnancy to Parenting (7 classes) couple 100.00 n/a  
3 Healthy Babies/Healthy Children Inventory of Services set (5 disks) 0.00 n/a  
4 Client File Summary Letters letter 75.00 n/a  
5 How to Breast Feed Your Baby (booklet) copy 1.00 n/a  
  *The Reproductive Health Supervisor is delegated the authority to exempt in whole or in part, any client from paying Prenatal/Postpartum Class Fees, on the basis of inability to pay, in cases where clients are experiencing financial hardship.

Division 2 – Healthy Lifestyles

  Column 1 Column 2 Column 3    
  Program/Service Description Service Unit Current Fee $ GST + PST +
  Heartmobile Fees **        
1 Within Peel client 10.00 n/a  
2 Outside Peel client 75.00 n/a  
3 Cancellation Fee cancellation 100.00 n/a  
4 Healthy at Heart/Foodstyles Fees client 0.00 n/a  
5 Healthy Eating for Pre-Schoolers Workshop participant 0.00 n/a  
  **The Heartmobile requires a minimum of 30 clients per day at the per diem rate. More than 30 clients will be charged at the per diem rate.  
6 Positive Youth Facilitator Training client 25.00 n/a  
7 Resource Binder Positive Youth Facilitator Manual binder 30.00, 2 for 50.00 + delivery n/a  
8 Shades of Grey - Violence Prevention (booklet) copy 15.00 n/a  
9 Youth Crisis Cards client 25.00/1000 n/a  

Division 3 – Environmental Health

  Column 1 Column 2 Column 3    
  Program/Service Description Service Unit Current Fee $ GST + PST +
1 Food Handler Course Fees client 25.00 n/a  
2 Swimming Pool Operator Course Fees client 45.00 +  

Division 4 – Communicable Diseases

  Column 1 Column 2 Column 3    
  Program/Service Description Service Unit Current Fee $ GST + PST +
  Healthy Sexuality Clinic Fees*    
1 Oral Contraceptives/Emergency Contraceptive Pills package 8.00 n/a  
2 Anti-Fungal Creams package 10.00 n/a  
3 Contraceptive Sponges package 6.00 n/a  
4 Intra-Uterine Devices package 40.00 n/a  
5 Antibacterial Antiprotozoal Products package 5.00 (stat), 10.00 (other) n/a  
6 Contraceptive Foam Products package 10.00 n/a  
7 Contraceptive Injection injection 25.00 n/a  
8 Program Manuals manual 25.00 n/a  
9 Thermometers client 26.00 n/a  
  *Healthy Sexuality staff (supervisors or managers) are delegated the authority to exempt, in whole or in part, any client from paying Healthy Sexuality Clinic Fees, on the basis of inability to pay, in cases where clients are experiencing financial hardship.

Schedule 5: Housing and Property

Division 1 – Heritage Complex

  Column 1 Column 2 Column 3    
  Program/Service Description Service Unit Current Fee $ GST + PST +
  Archives Fees*      
1 Photocopies copy 0.50 n/a
2 Prints Produced In-House – 3" x 5" print 8.00 n/a
3 Prints Produced In-House – 5" x 7" print 10.00 n/a
4 Prints Produced In-House – 8" x 10" print 12.00 n/a
5 Sepia-toned Reproductions print 2.00 +
6 Non-Research Uses item 25.00 +
7 Non-Research Uses – Deposit item 25.00 +
8 Genealogical Inquiries hour 25.00 +
* Friends of the Peel Heritage Complex receive a 10% discount on all Archive Fees.
Education Program Fees
9 Education and O.A.S. Kits (rental) 2 weeks 30.00 n/a
10 In-House Sessions Art Studio student 4.00 n/a
11 School Partnership Visits visit 30.00 n/a
12 Outreach (max. 3 presentations/day) visit 70.00 n/a
13 Art Gallery Exhibition Fees exhibit 2,000.00 +

Division 2 – Property Services

  Column 1 Column 2 Column 3    
  Program/Service Description Service Unit Current Fee $ GST + PST +
Courtroom Use Fees – Weekdays (occupancy 150 people)*
1 8:00 am to 12:00 pm/1:00 pm to 4:00 pm time period 400.00 +
2 6:00 pm to 10:00 pm time period 500.00 +
3 8:00 am to 4:00 pm time period 600.00 +
Courtroom Use Fees – Weekends (occupancy 150 people)*
4 8:00 am to 12:00 pm/1:00 pm to 4:00 pm time period 400.00 +
5 6:00 pm to 10:00 pm time period 500.00 +
6 8:00 am to 4:00 pm time period 600.00 +
Council Chambers Use Fees – Week days (occupancy 60 people)
7 6:00 pm to 10:00 pm time period 750.00 +
Council Chambers Use Fees – Weekends (occupancy 60 people)
8 8:00 am to 12:00 pm/1:00 pm to 4:00 pm time period 400.00 +
9 6:00 pm to 10:00 pm time period 500.00 +
10 8:00 am to 10:00 pm time period 1,000.00 +
11 Wedding Rehearsals (est. 1 hr. use) rehearsal 100.00 +
12 Wedding Package (rehearsal, reception, wedding) package 1,000.00 +
*Balcony not available due to safety issue liability
Film Productions:
13 Set up/dismantle – $1,500 per day based on a 16 hour day, plus additional expenses (ie. Security, Janitorial)  
14 Film Shoot Days – $2,000 per day based on a 16 hour day, plus additional expenses (ie. Security , Janitorial)  

Division 3 – Realty Services

  Column 1 Column 2 Column 3    
  Program/Service Description Service Unit Current Fee $ GST + PST +
1 Easement Release Fees (application for deletion/release of easement, right-of-way) application 300.00 n/a
Encroachments  
2 Regional Roads application 500.00 n/a
3 Regional Easements application 350.00 n/a
4 Regional Property application 500.00 n/a
Annual Fee for Encroachment  
5 Residential/Farm Land* year 100.00 n/a
6 Non-Residential/Non-Farm Land* year 300.00 n/a
7 Miscellaneous Request* per request 50.00 n/a
* Minimum Fee (Each application to be considered individually)  

Schedule 6: Planning

Division 1 – Development Planning Services/Transportation Planning

  Column 1 Column 2 Column 3    
  Program/Service Description Service Unit Current Fee $ GST + PST +
  Sub-Delegated Plans Processing & Commenting – Mississauga/Brampton/Caledon
1 Plans of Subdivision plan 1,575.00 n/a
2 Recirculation of Plan of Subdivision plan 1,395.00
3 Plans of Condominium plan 735.00 n/a
Application to Amend the Regional Official Plan
4 Application Requiring Full Circulation application 6,175.00 n/a
5 Application not Requiring Full Circulation application 5,125.00 n/a
6 Review of Area Municipal Plan Amendments (exempt from Regional approval) review 525.00 n/a
7 Approval of Area Municipal Plan Amendments approval 1,050.00 n/a
Appeal
8 Appeal where staff are not required to attend OMB hearing approval 250.00 n/a
9 Appeal where staff are required to attend OMB hearing approval 500.00 n/a
10 Close File Retrieval file 25.00 n/a
Planning Publications
11 Highway 10/410 Transit Corridor Study copy 28.04 +
12 Lester B. Pearson International Airport West Side Ground Access Study copy 23.36 +
13 Region of Peel Commuter Rail Station Location Study copy 14.02 +
14 Peel High Occupancy Vehicle System Strategy Study, January 1995 copy 28.04 +
15 Region of Peel Travel Demand Forecasting Model – Calibration, Validation and Application, April 1996 copy 28.04 +
16 1998 Screenline/Cordon Count Program (Directional Summaries) copy 40.19 +
17 Waste Collection, Design Standards Manual for New Developments copy 2.34 +
18 Street Names Index copy 32.71 +

Division 2 – Long Range Planning, Research & Information

  Column 1 Column 2 Column 3    
  Program/Service Description Service Unit Current Fee $ GST + PST +
  Planning Publications
1 Regional Official Plan (ROP), July 1996 copy 42.06 +
2 Office Consolidation Modifications & Appeals copy 32.71 +
3 Office Consolidation, November 1997 copy 42.06 +
4 Office Consolidation, January 1998 copy 46.73 +
5 Office Consolidation, September 1998 copy 46.73 +
6 Office Consolidation, May 2001 copy 46.73
7 Environment Strategy Study Workshop Documentation, November 1993 copy 4.67 +
8 Environment Strategy Study Final Report, January 1994 copy 4.67 +
9 Resources Strategy Study – Stage One – Workshop Dicussion Paper, November 1993 copy 4.67 +
10 Resources Strategy Study – Stage Two – Workshop Documentation, November 1993 copy 4.67 +
11 Resources Strategy Study – Stage Three – Final Report, January 1994 copy 4.67 +
12 Cost of Development Study II Final Report, February 1996 copy 23.36 +
13 Environmental Planning Policy Study, 1993 – The Role of the Region in Environmental Planning copy 9.35 +
14 Environmental Planning Policy Study, 1993 – Environmental Data Model copy 9.35 +
15 Environmental Planning Policy Study, 1993 – Inventory of Key Environmental Indicators copy 9.35 +
16 Environmental Planning Policy Study, 1993 – Annotated Bibliography copy 9.35 +
17 The Flexible Region – Regional Structure Strategy, January 1994 copy 14.02 +
18 Review of 1991 Census Place of Work Data, February 1997 copy 18.69 +
19 Screenline/Cordon Count copy 0.00 +
20 Settlement History of Peel copy 4.67 +
21 State of Environment Atmosphere Report, December 1995 copy 14.02 +
22 State of Environment Water Report, December 1996 copy 18.69 +
23 Population, Household and Employment Projections 1996 – 2031, January 1999 copy 14.02 +
24 State of Environment, Land Report, 1998 copy 28.04 +
25 Regional Planning Atlas copy 23.36 +
Maps map Actual Cost +
  Retail Business Holidays Act – Tourism Exemption Applications – Establishments in Mississauga/Brampton
26 Processing application 1,500.00 n/a
27 Advertising application 1,700.00 n/a
28 Refund* application 2,700.00 n/a
Retail Business Holidays Act – Tourism Exemption Applications – Establishments in Caladon
29 Processing application 1,500.00 n/a
30 Advertising application 1,075.00 n/a
31 Refund* application 2,075.00 n/a
*A refund is provided if the application is not permitted to proceed to a public meeting or is withdrawn by an applicant before arrangements for the advertisement of a public meeting in respect of that application have been made. A refund in the amount of realized cost savings shall be made where advertisement of a public meeting in respect of two or more applications results in cost savings.

Schedule 7: Public Works

Division 1 – Engineering & Construction

  Column 1 Column 2 Column 3    
  Program/Service Description Service Unit Current Fee $ GST + PST +
  Local Improvement Sanitary Sewer Charges
1 Frontage Rate metre 185.00 n/a
2 Connection Charge (residential) lot 1,550.00 n/a
3 Connection Charge (industrial) lot 1,850.00 n/a
Contract Plans & Documents  
4 Volume 1 (prequalified) – hard copy document 40.00 n/a
5 Volume 1 – hard copy document 15.00 n/a
6 Volume 2 – hard copy document 25.00 n/a
7 Volume 1 & 2 & Tender Advertisement (electronic transmission without plans) year 100.00 n/a
8 Contract Plans (1-20 sheets) set 15.00 n/a
9 Contract Plans (21 sheets & over) set 25.00 n/a
Reports & Studies  
10 Caledon Groundwater Study copy 100.00 n/a
11 Caledon Interconnection Feasibility Study copy 100.00 n/a
12 Water & Wastewater Conceptual Servicing Plan copy 100.00 n/a
Regional Design Guidelines
13 Landscaping Guidelines for Regional Roads copy 35.00 n/a
14 Design Criteria Manual copy 25.00 n/a
15 Material Specifications & Standard Drawings copy 25.00 n/a
16 Sanitary Sewer Books book 50.00 n/a
Comprehensive Watermain Drawings
17 for Mississauga and Brampton map 10.00 n/a
18 for Caledon map 5.00 n/a
19 for package for Caledon (7 drawings) package 15.00 n/a
20 Drainage Maps map 12.00 n/a
21 Engineering Drawings (on paper) drawing 12.65 n/a
22 Engineering Drawings (on disk) disk 12.65 n/a
23 Region Maps map 5.00 n/a
Subdivision Engineering & Inspection Fees (% estimated cost of Regional works where subdivision being developed)
$0 – $100,000
24 Mississauga cost of work 4.5% n/a
25 Brampton/Caledon cost of work 4.0% n/a
$100,000 – $500,000
26 Mississauga cost of work 4.0% n/a
27 Brampton/Caledon cost of work 3.5% n/a
$500,000 and over
28 Mississauga cost of work 3.5% n/a
29 Brampton/Caledon cost of work 3.0% n/a
Severence Application Processing Charges  
30 Residential cost of work 75.00 n/a
31 Non-residential cost of work 125.00 n/a
Committee of Adjustment Application
Processing Charges:
32 Residential cost of work 25.00 n/a
33 Non-residential cost of work 75.00 n/a
34 Telecommunication Permit Approval Fees (incl. Inspection of 200 meters/656.2 feet) per application 660.00 n/a
35 Additional Inspection fees if greater than 200 meters/656.2 feet per meter 0.30 n/a
36 Pavement Degradation Fee  
37 Last Reconstruction or Last Resurfacing 0 to 5 per square meter 22.00 n/a
38 Last Reconstruction or Last Resurfacing 6 to 10 per square meter 13.00 n/a
39 Last Reconstruction or Last Resurfacing more than 10 per square meter 6.00 n/a
MOE PROCESSING FEES
For Further details, refer to Guide for Applying for Approval Municipal and Private Water and Sewage Works, Section 52 and 53, Ontario Water Resources Act R.S.O. 1990 as amended by Services Improve Act, S.O. 1997
A) WATER WORKS  
40 Administrative processing. cost of work 200.00  
A new intake for extraction of surface or ground water, or the expansion of the capacity of an existing intake.
41 if the maximum design capacity is not more than 4,550 cubic metres per day. cost of work 5,000.00  
42 if the maximum design capacity is more than 4,550 cubic metres per day. cost of work 10,000.00  
43 Watermains and appurtenances, including hydrants. cost of work 1,000.00  
44 Highlift booster pumping stations, reservoirs or elevated tanks. cost of work 2,000.00  
45 Review of Hydrogeological Assessment cost of work 3,000.00  
46 Administrative amendments (no technical review involved). cost of work 100.00  
47 Administrative processing (applies to all amendment, except administrative admendments) cost of work 200.00  
48 A. a treatment plant upgrade, including new treatment. cost of work 3,000.00  
B) SEWAGE WORKS
49 Administrative processing cost of work 200.00  
50 A municipal or private facility for the treatment and disposal of sewage treatment plant, including the expansion, re-rating or upgrading of an existing facility that involves and increase in the rated capacity of the facility. If the maximum design cap. cost of work 5,000.00  
51 A facility for attenuating stormwater runoff peak flow rate or volume or for managing stromwater runoff quality, such as detention or retention pools. cost of work 2,000.00  
A subsurface disposal facility, including the expansion of an existing facility that involves an increase in the rated capacity of the facility.
52 if the design capacity of the facility is not more than 15 cubic metres per day. cost of work 600.00  
53 if the design capacity of the facility is more than 15 cubic metres per day and not more than 50 cubic metres per day. cost of work 1,500.00  
54 if the design capacity of the facility is more than 50 cubic metres per day. cost of work 3,000.00  
55 A facility for the treatment and disposal of industrial process wastewater, including contact cooling water, including the expansion of an existing facility that involves and increase in the rated capacity of the facility. cost of work 6,000.00  
56 A facility for the disposal of spent water from a non-contract industrial cooling process. cost of work 1,000.00  
57 Storm and sanitary sewers and appurtenances, including expansion of existing sewers. cost of work 900.00  
58 Storm and sanitary pump stations, force mains and sanitary sewage detention chambersor oversized sewers, including the expansion of an existing facility that involves an increase in the rated capacity of the facility. cost of work 1,800.00  
59 Review of Hydrogeological Assessment cost of work 3,000.00  
60 Administrative amendments (no technical review involved) cost of work 100.00  
61 Administrative processing (applies to all amendment, except administrative admendments) cost of work 200.00  
Water Service Connection Charges  
62 25mm Service including 19mm meter connection 3,091.00 n/a
63 19mm Service including 16x19mm meter connection 2,925.00 n/a
64 larger than 25mm Service (min. $2,250) connection Actual Cost n/a
Meter Installation Charges
65 Meter Size, 16mm x 19mm meter 255.00 n/a
66 Meter Size, 19mm meter 309.00 n/a
67 Meter Size, 25mm meter 367.00 n/a
Cancellation Charges (if applicant cancels water service application for any reason)  
68 Flat Rate Connection connection 20.00 n/a
69 Costed Meter Connection connection 55.00 n/a
70 MTO Road Cut Permit permit 350.00 n/a
Hydrant Permits
71 Administration Charge (+ charge for water used based on current rates) permit 150.00 n/a
72 Meter Rental Fee (no charge for first day) day 1.50 n/a
73 Small Meter returned broken meter Actual Cost +
74 Small Meter lost/not returned meter Actual Cost +
75 Frozen Meter/Hydrant meter Actual Cost n/a
76 Large Meter returned broken meter Actual Cost +
77 Large Meter lost/not returned meter Actual Cost +
78 Lost Valve valve Actual Cost n/a
Illegal Water Usage
79 Unauthorized Use of Hydrant without Permit hydrant 575.00 n/a
80 Estimated water use charge 1000 gal. 1.80 n/a
81 Hydrant repair hydrant Actual Cost +
82 Unauthorized Valving valve 575.00 n/a
83 Valve repair valve Actual Cost +
Connection Inspection Fees (applicant-installed)
84 Water Service – long side (road crossing) inspection 440.00 n/a
85 Water Service – short side (no crossing) inspection 275.00 n/a
86 Water Service – hydrant & valve inspection 175.00 n/a
87 Sewer Service inspection 440.00 n/a
88 Private Side Waterline (minimum $100) metre 3.30 n/a
89 Chlorination line 300.00 n/a
90 Hydrant Inspection Fees hydrant 150.00 n/a
91 Tourism Signs on Regional Roads year 153.00 n/a
Operations
92 ATR Count count 14.02 +
93 24-Hour Volume Map map 102.81 +
94 8-Hour Manual Count count 51.40 +
Traffic Information/Administration Fees (Traffic Signals and Systems)
95 Signal Timing Fees timing plan 182.25 +
96 Legal Letter letter 359.82 +
97 Collision Recovery Administration Cost recovery 149.54 +

Division 2 – Operations & Maintenance

  Column 1 Column 2 Column 3    
  Program/Service Description Service Unit Current Fee $ GST + PST +
1 Qualitative Sewer Surcharges 1000 m3 235.40 +
2 Sewer Waste Disposal Charges 1000 gal. 9.75 +
Waste Monitor Surcharges
3 Labour (2 person crew) hour 51.92 +
4 Overhead hour 13.07 +
5 Equipment -Sampler hour 1.00 +
6 Administrative Overhead Recovery surcharge 7.0% +
Water Pollution Analyses
7 Biochemical Oxygen Demand analysis 30.00 +
8 Suspended Solids analysis 10.00 +
9 Solvent Extractables analysis 0.00 +
10 Administrative Overhead Recovery analysis 7.0% +
11 Environmental Information Requests address 90.00 +
12 Hydrant Flow Tests test 155.00 +
13 Additional Hydrants hydrant 155.00 +
Emergency Sewer Back-Up Charges
14 Residential – Monday to Friday 7:30 am to 4:00 pm excluding holidays call 160.00 +
15 Residential – After Hours (at 1.5 overtime – 2 hour min. call) call 220.00 +
16 Residential – After Hours (at 2.0 overtime – 2 hour min. call) call 280.00 +
17 Commercial/Industrial/Condominium service Actual Cost +
           
TV Inspections
18 Residential – Monday to Friday 7:30 am to 4:00 pm excluding holidays call 160.00 +
19 Residential – After Hours (at 1.5 overtime – 2 hour min. call) call 220.00 +
20 Residential – After Hours (at 2.0 overtime – 2 hour min. call) call 280.00 +
21 Commercial/Industrial/Condominium service Actual Cost +
22 Subdivision Hydrant Inspections hydrant 115.26 n/a
23 Subdivision Pressure/Chlorination Tests section (300m) 1,086.80 n/a
Watermain Tapping Fees (100mm to 300 mm)
24 Regular Hours 7:00 am – 4:00 pm tap 340.00 n/a
25 Work beyond four hours hour 85.00 n/a
26 After Regular Hours & Saturdays tap 450.00 n/a
27 Work beyond four hours hour 112.00 n/a
28 Sundays & Holidays tap 560.00 n/a
29 Work beyond four hours hour 140.00 n/a
Roads Fees
30 Culvert Installations permit fee culvert 107.00 n/a
31 Culvert cost culvert Actual cost +
32 Road Allowance Inspections ($25 min.) inspection 59.00 n/a
33 Excess Load Permits (annual)* permit 51.00 n/a
34 Excess Load Permits (single/multiple)* permit 51.00 n/a
35 Road Occupancy/Access Permits permit 107.00 n/a
36 Filming/Advertising Permits permit 182.00 n/a
37 Special Event – Road Closure Permits** permit 182.00 n/a
38 Special Event – no Road Closure event 89.00 n/a
  *Time and mileage for signature when needed are additional. **Plus actual costs

Division 3 – Waste Management

  Column 1 Column 2 Column 3    
  Program/Service Description Service Unit Current Fee $ GST + PST +
1 Tipping Fees tonne 80.00 n/a
2 Public Waste Drop-Off (no scale) est. 100 + kg 2.00 n/a
3 Public Waste Drop-Off (101+ kg) kg/tonne 0.08/80 n/a
4 Business Seminars (participant) person 75.00 n/a
5 Business Seminars (exhibitor) booth 200.00 n/a
6 Backyard Composter unit 19.00 + +
7 Backyard Composter on Environmental Days unit 15.00 + +
8 Blue Box (Replacement) box 6.00 n/a
9 Delivered Compost Material (Minimum 5 tonnes) tonne 40.00 +
10 Bagged Compost (GST included in fee) bag 2.50 incl

Schedule 8: Social Services

Division 1 – Children's Services

  Column 1 Column 2 Column 3    
  Program/Service Description Service Unit Current Fee $ GST + PST +
Full Day: 6-11 hours of care (preschoolers)*
1 5 days per week Daily 31.00 n/a
2 3 days per week Daily 32.56 n/a
3 2 days per week Daily 33.34 n/a
Part Day: up to 6 hours of care (preschoolers)*
4 5 days per week Daily 21.00 n/a
5 3 days per week Daily 22.06 n/a
6 2 days per week Daily 22.59 n/a
Full Day: 6-11 hours of care (toddlers)*
7 5 days per week Daily 34.72 n/a
8 3 days per week Daily 36.47 n/a
9 2 days per week Daily 37.34 n/a
Part Day: up to 6 hours of care (toddlers)*
10 5 days per week Daily 23.52 n/a
11 3 days per week Daily 24.70 n/a
12 2 days per week Daily 25.30 n/a
*The rate shown is the maximum rate. The minimum rate is 20% of the maximum rate. The actual rate chargeable to a client is determined according to available income, in accordance with Form 1 of Regulation 262 under the Day Nurseries Act. Fees are charged for 260 days per year.  

Division 2 – TransHelp

  Column 1 Column 2 Column 3    
  Program/Service Description Service Unit Current Fee $ GST + PST +
1 Transhelp Adult Fares 10 trips 20.00 n/a
2 Transhelp Charter Fees – first vehicle (min. 4 hrs.) vehicle hour 60.00 +
3 Transhelp Charter Fees – additional vehicles (min. 4 hrs.) vehicle hour 45.00 +
4 Passenger Assistive Training (4 hrs.) session 160.00 n/a

Schedule 9: Long Term Care

Division 1 – Long Term Care

  Column 1 Column 2 Column 3    
  Program/Service Description Service Unit Current Fee $ GST + PST +
1 Seniors Day Program Fees* day 15.00 n/a
2 Meals on Wheels/Guest Meals Fees meal 5.65 n/a
3 Wanderer's Bracelet month 6.00 n/a
4 Hall Rental Fees** day 100.00 n/a

*The fees for the Seniors Day Program are needs tested at the request of the client, and approved by the Administrator.

** The Administrator of each Long-Term Care Facility is delegated the authority to exempt, in whole or in part, any agency or group from paying Hall Rental Fees, in cases where requiring the agency to pay would create a financial hard ship or where the activity is deemed by the Administrator to be of benefit to the residents.