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Food Fees

Description Full Permit Fee Prorated Permit Fee
  PE
Code
Application
Fee
Permit
Fee
Total
Fees
Application
Fee
Prorated
Fee
Total
Prorated Fee
               
FOOD FACILITY              

LOW RISK


RE09


$125.00


$245.00


$370.00


$125.00


$122.50


$247.50


MEDIUM RISK


RE10


$125.00


$505.00


$630.00


$125.00


$252.50


$377.50


HIGH RISK


RE11


$125.00


$750.00


$825.00


$125.00


$375.00


$500.00


SCHOOL CAFETERIA

 

RE05 / RE06


$125.00


$435.00


$560.00


$125.00


$217.50


$342.50


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FOOD FACILITY - MARKET

LOW RISK


FM09


$125.00


$215.00


$340.00


$125.00


$107.50


$232.50


MEDIUM RISK


FM10


$125.00


$430.00


$555.00


$125.00


$215.00


$340.00


HIGH RISK


FM11


$125.00


$645.00


$770.00


$125.00


$322.50


$447.50


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CURFFL WATER SYSTEM (FACILITIES WITH OWN WELLS)

  FW01 $125.00 $285.00 $410.00 $125.00 $142.50 $267.50
               

LIMITED PREPACKAGED NON-PHF

  FL01 $125.00 $125.00 $250.00 $125.00 $62.50 $187.50
               

CERTIFIED FARMERS’ MARKET (CFM)

  FM12 $125.00 $325.00 $450.00 $125.00 $162.50 $287.50
               

 VENDING MACHINES

PER MACHINE VE03 $125.00 $140.00 $265.00 $125.00 $70.00 $195.00
               

 COTTAGE FOOD

CLASS A REGISTRATION

 

CF01


$125.00


$140.00


$265.00


$125.00


$70.00


$195.00


CLASS B PERMIT


CF02


$125.00


$195.00


$320.00


$125.00


$97.50


$222.50


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MOBILE FOOD FACILITY

LOW RISK


MF09


$125.00


$145.00


$270.00


$125.00


$72.50


$197.50


MEDIUM RISK


MF10


$125.00


$545.00


$670.00


$125.00


$272.50


$397.50


HIGH RISK


MF11


$125.00


$815.00


$940.00


$125.00


$407.50


$532.50


MOBILE SUPPORT UNIT

MS01


$125.00


$235.00


$360.00


$125.00


$117.50


$242.50


NON-DEDICATED COMMISSARY

 

MC01


$125.00


$770.00


$895.00


$125.00


$385.00


$510.00


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TEMPORARY FOOD

LOW RISK


TF01


$125.00


$165.00


$290.00


$125.00


$82.50


$207.50


MODERATE RISK


TF02


$125.00


$200.00


$325.00


$125.00


$100.00


$225.00


HIGH RISK


TF03


$125.00


$245.00


$370.00


$125.00


$122.50


$247.50


MOBILE-TFF LOW RISK

 

MF15


$125.00


$145.00


$270.00


$125.00


$72.50


$197.50


MOBILE-TFF MEDIUM RISK

 

MF16


$125.00


$180.00


$305.00


$125.00


$90.00


$215.00


MOBILE-TFF HIGH RISK

 

MF17


$125.00


$245.00


$370.00


$125.00


$122.50


$247.50


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TEMPORARY FOOD SINGLE EVENT

LOW RISK


TF04



$55.00


$55.00





MEDIUM RISK


TF05



$70.00


$70.00





HIGH RISK


TF06



$90.00


$90.00





MOBILE-TFF LOW RISK

 

MF18



$55.00


$55.00





MOBILE-TFF MEDIUM RISK

 

MF19



$70.00


$70.00





MOBILE-TFF HIGH RISK

 

MF20



$90.00


$90.00





 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FOOD FACILITY PLAN REVIEW & RESCORE INSPECTIONS

RESCORE INSPECTION

 

FM13



$420.00


$420.00





PLAN REVIEW UP TO 1,000 SQ FT

 

FP09



$705.00


$705.00





PLAN REVIEW 1,001-10,000 SQ FT

 

FP10



$1,060.00


$1,060.00





PLAN REVIEW OVER 10,000 SQ FT

 

FP11



$1,360.00


$1,360.00





MOBILE PLAN REVIEW

 

MP13



$705.00


$705.00





 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TEMPORARY FOOD

LOW RISK


TF01


$125.00


$165.00


$290.00


$125.00


$82.50


$207.50


MODERATE RISK


TF02


$125.00


$200.00


$325.00


$125.00


$100.00


$225.00


HIGH RISK


TF03


$125.00


$245.00


$370.00


$125.00


$122.50


$247.50


MOBILE-TFF LOW RISK

 

MF15


$125.00


$145.00


$270.00


$125.00


$72.50


$197.50


MOBILE-TFF MEDIUM RISK

 

MF16


$125.00


$180.00


$305.00


$125.00


$90.00


$215.00


MOBILE-TFF HIGH RISK

 

MF17


$125.00


$245.00


$370.00


$125.00


$122.50


$247.50


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SPONSOR/COMMUNITY EVENT (ONE TIME)

1-5 VENDORS


SS09


$125.00


$290.00


$415.00





6-15 VENDORS


SS10


$125.00


$375.00


$500.00





16 OR MORE VENDORS

 

SS11


$125.00


$510.00


$635.00





 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SPONSOR/COMMUNITY MULTI-EVENT SIX MONTH PERMIT

1-5 VENDORS


SS12


$125.00


$290.00


$415.00





6-15 VENDORS


SS13


$125.00


$375.00


$500.00





16 OR MORE VENDORS

 

SS14


$125.00


$510.00


$635.00





 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SPONSOR/COMMUNITY MULTI-EVENT ANNUAL PERMIT

1-5 VENDORS


SS15


$125.00


$420.00


$545.00





6-15 VENDORS


SS16


$125.00


$745.00


$870.00





16 OR MORE VENDORS

  

SS17


$125.00


$970.00


$1,095.00





Water Fees

Description Full Permit Fee
 

PE
Code


Application
Fee


Permit
Fee


Total
Fees


WATER WELLS

       

DOMESTIC WELL



WL01



$125.00



$965.00



$1,090.00


INDUSTRIAL WELL


WL07


$125.00


$965.00


$1,090.00


AGRICULTURAL WELL


WL07


$125.00


$965.00


$1,090.00


TEST HOLE – DRILL & DESTROY


WL04


$125.00


$565.00


$690.00


TEST HOLE – DRILL & COMPLETE


WL05


$125.00


$965.00


$1,090.00


MONITORING WELL


WL03


$125.00
(max. three per construction sheet)

$965.00


$1,090.00-$3,020.00

(for 1-3 wells)

CATHODIC PROTECTION


WL02


$125.00
(max. three per construction sheet)

$965.00


$1,090.00-$3,020.00

(for 1-3 wells)

VADOSE ZONE WELL


WL03


$125.00
(max. three per construction sheet)

$965.00


$1,090.00-$3,020.00

(for 1-3 wells)

DESTRUCTION OF WELL


WL08


$125.00


$965.00


$1,090.00


AGRICULTURAL WATER SUPPLY CERTIFICATE


WA09


$125.00


$375.00


$500.00


DOMESTIC WATER SUPPLY CERTIFICATE


WA06


$125.00


$375.00


$500.00


WATER PURVEYOR 2-4 CONNECTIONS


WA03


$125.00


$475.00


$600.00


 

 

 

 

 

Description Full Permit Fee Prorated Permit Fee
 

PE
Code

Application
Fee

Permit
Fee

Total
Fees

Application
Fee

Prorated
Fee

Total
Prorated Fee

WATER PURVEYORS              

STATE SMALL  WATER SYSTEM

 

WA10


$125.00


$575.00


$700.00


$125.00


$287.50


$412.50


INACTIVE STATE SMALL REGISTRATION

 

HO19


$125.00


$125.00


$250.00


_


_


_


SWIMMING POOLS              

PUBLIC SWIMMING POOL/SPA

 

SW20


$125.00


$400.00


$525.00


$125.00


$200.00


$325.00


CLOSED PUBLIC SWIMMING POOL/SPA

 

SW21


$125.00


$160.00


$285.00


$125.00


$80.00


$205.00


PUBLIC SWIMMING POOL/SPA PLAN REVIEW

 

SW22


_


$2,195.00


$2,195.00


_


_


_


               
Description Full Permit Fee Prorated Fee
 

PE
Code


Application
Fee


Permit
Fee


Total
Fees


Application
Fee


Prorated
Fee


Total
Prorated Fee


WATER SYSTEM – FOOD

 

FW01


$125.00


$375.00


$500.00


$125.00


$187.50.00


$312.50


WATER PURVEYOR    (STATE SMALL)

 

WA10


$125.00


$5,750.00


$700.00


$125.00


$287.50


$412.50


INACTIVE STATE SMALL

 

WA11


$125.00


$125.00


$250.00


$125.00


$627.50


$1,872.50


               
Description Full Permit Fee Prorated Permit Fee
 

PE
Code


Application
Fee


Permit
Fee


Total
Fees


Application
Fee


Prorated
Fee


Total
Prorated Fee


PUBLIC POOL/SPA/     WADING POOL (EACH)

SW20


$125.00


$400.00


$525.00


$125.00


$200.00


$325.00


PUBLIC POOL/SPA/  WADING POOL (EACH)

SW21


$125.00


$160.00


$285.00


$125.00


$80.00


$205.00


Housing Fees

Description Full Permit Fee Prorated Permit Fee
 

PE
Code

Application
Fee
Permit
Fee
Total
Fees
Application
Fee
Prorated
Fee
Total
Prorated Fee
               
HOTELS/MOTELS              

LOW RISK


HO18


$125.00


$420.00


$545.00


$125.00


$210.00


$335.00


MODERATE RISK


HO19


$125.00


$705.00


$830.00


$125.00


$352.50


$477.50


HIGH RISK


HO20


$125.00


$3,225.00


$3,350.00


$125.00


$1,612.50


     $1,737.50


               

ORGANIZED RECREATIONAL CAMPS

 

HO22


$125.00


$1,150.00


$1,275.00


$125.00


$575.00


$700.00


               

JAILS/INSTITUTIONS

 

HO02


$125.00


$500.00


$625.00


_


_


_


               

MASSAGE ESTABLISHMENT

 

MA01


$125.00


$1,600.00


$1,725.00


$125.00


$800.00


$925.00


               

Tobacco Fees

Description Full Permit Fee Prorated Permit Fee
  PE
Code
Application
Fee
Permit
Fee
Total
Fees
Application
Fee
Prorated
Fee
Total
Prorated Fee
               

TOBACCO RETAILERS PERMIT

LOW RISK


TB01


$125.00


$240.00


$365.00


$125.00


$120.00


$245.00


MODERATE RISK


TB11


$125.00


$475.00


$600.00


$125.00


$237.50


$362.50


HIGH RISK


TB12


$125.00


$710.00


$835.00


$125.00


$355.00


$480.00


Hazardous Material Fees

Business Plan

Each business required to submit a business plan pursuant to California Health and Safety Code Section 25500 et seq. shall pay the following annual administrative fee per facility:

 

Volume/Weight of Hazardous Material (for solid-only, liquid-only, gas-only, or unit based):

 

less than 5,500 gal or;
less than 20,000 ft³ or;
less than 50,000 lbs or;
less than 5,500 units


5,500 to 55,000 gal or;
20,000 to 200,000 ft³ or;
50,000 to 500,000 lbs or;
5,500 to 55,000 units


greater than 55,000 gal or;
greater than 200,000 ft³ or;
greater than 500,000 lbs or;
greater than 55,000 units


 

SMALL


MEDIUM


LARGE


One storage

CB1T – Triennial Insp

$90


CB2T – Triennial Insp

$145


CB3T – Triennial Insp

$1445


Location per

CB1B – Biennial Insp

$145


CB2B – Biennial Insp

$225


CB3B – Biennial Insp

$2,170


Facility

CB1A – Annual Insp

$290


CB2A – Annual Insp

$435


CB3A – Annual Insp

$4,335


 

 

 

 

Two to Five

CB4T – Triennial Insp

$170


CB5T – Triennial Insp

$365


CB6T – Triennial Insp

$1,690


Storage locations

CB4B – Biennial Insp

$255


CB5B – Biennial Insp

$540


CB6B – Biennial Insp

$2,535


Per facility

CB4A – Annual Insp

$510


CB5A – Annual Insp

$1,085


CB6A – Annual Insp

$5,055


 

 

 

 

More than

CB7T – Triennial Insp

$290


CB8T – Triennial Insp

$435


CB9T – Triennial Insp

$1,920


Five storage locations

CB7B – Biennial Insp

$435


CB8B – Biennial Insp

$655


 CB9B – Biennial Insp

$2,885


Per facility

CB7A – Annual Insp  

$865


CB8A – Annual Insp

$1,305


CB9A – Annual Insp

$5,765


 

Fees shall be determined by a combination of bulk quantities per facility, number of storage locations at a facility and the frequency of inspections determined by risk as described below.

Facility Volume/Unit Score Determination

The weights of hazardous materials at a facility shall be determined by summing weights of all solids (exceeding the reportable quantity) in pounds. The liquid volume of all hazardous materials at a facility shall be determined by summing the volumes of all liquids (exceeding the reportable quantity) in gallons. The gas volume of all hazardous materials at a facility shall be determined by summing the volumes of all gases (exceeding the reportable quantity) in cubic feet at standard temperature and pressure. For example, liquefied petroleum gas (propane) can be reported in pounds.

For calculating amounts of materials, liquefied petroleum gas (propane), aqua ammonia, and liquid oxygen will be calculated in gallons; anhydrous ammonia and chlorine shall be reported and calculated in pounds.

The above table may be used “as is” for facilities that have only solids, or liquids, or gases. Facilities having a mixture of solids, liquids, or gases in an inventory shall assign a “unit score” from the sum of the solids and a sum of the liquids and a sum of the gas and then add the unit score to determine the base fee using the following methodology:

Unit scores are assigned by using the ratio of the thresholds (liquid threshold is 55 gallons, solid threshold is 500 pounds, and the gas threshold is 200 cubic feet) of the materials and summing the unit scores. One gallon of liquid is equal to one unit, one pound is equal to 0.11 units, and one cubic foot is equal to 0.275 units.

 

55 gallons


X


1.0


=


55 units


500 pounds


X


0.11


=


55 units


200 cu-ft


X


0.275


=


55 units


 

 

 

 

To calculate the facility’s unit score, multiply the gallons in your inventory by 1, multiply the pounds by 0.11, and multiply the cubic feet of gas by 0.275. Then add the calculated unit numbers together. If the unit total is less than 5,500 units, the facility would be categorized as “small”. If the unit total is between 5,500 units and 55,000 units the facility would be categorized as “medium”. If the unit total is greater than 55,000 units, the facility would be categorized as “large”.

Example: If a facility had a mixed inventory of 4,000 gallons of liquids, 10,000 pounds of solids, and 15,000 cubic feet of compressed gases, the calculation would be as follows:

 

4,000 gallons X 1.0 units/gallon = 4,000 units
10,000 pounds X 0.11 units/pound = 1,100 units
15,000 cu-ft X 0.275 units/cu-ft = 4,125 units
      Total = 9,225 units

 

The unit score for this facility would be 9,225 units for the total inventory, therefore classifying this facility into the medium category.

 

Inspection Frequency/Risk Determination*:

Annual inspections shall be conducted at businesses that handle one or more chemicals found on Table 1 or 3 in Title 19 of the California Code of Regulations, Division 2, Chapter 4.5, Article 8, Section 2770.5, and that exceed the threshold quantities of those chemicals as defined in California Health and Safety Code Section 25503.5 et seq.

Biennial inspections shall be conducted at businesses that handle one or more chemicals found on Table 2 in Title 19 of the California Code of Regulations, Division 2, Chapter 4.5, Article 8, Section 2770.5, and that exceed the threshold quantities of those chemicals as defined in California Health and Safety Code Section 25503.5 et seq., or the facility handles explosives.

The biennial inspection criteria does not apply to facilities handling propane (LPG) at less than 50,000 pounds unless there are mitigating circumstances or other criteria warranting placement into this or a higher inspection criteria. The biennial inspection criteria does not apply to facilities handling acetylene at less than 5,000 cubic feet unless there are mitigating circumstances or other criteria warranting placement into this or a higher inspection criteria.

Triennial inspections shall be conducted at businesses exceeding the threshold quantities as defined in California Health and Safety Code Section 25503.5 et seq., and no other criteria or mitigating circumstances trigger a higher risk category.

* Facilities may be placed into a higher risk category if they are out of compliance for more than three months or at the discretion of the Director of Public Health, based upon site specific and hazardous material specific circumstances.

 

HAZARDOUS WASTE GENERATOR

  • (CG07) Small Quantity Generator – $170
  • (CG03) Large Quantity Generator – $695
  • (CG08) RCRA Large Quantity Generator – $695
  • Any additional tiered treatment program elements beyond the Small/Large/RCRA Large Quantity Hazardous Waste Generator program will be an additional permit fee, listed below.
  • (CG09) Conditionally Authorized Tiered Treatment – $935
  • (CG10) Conditionally Exempt Tiered Treatment – $935
  • (CG11) Permit By Rule Tiered Treatment – $935
  • (CG12) PBR-Household Hazardous Waste Tiered Treatment – $595

 

UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANK

 

ABOVEGROUND PETROLEUM STORAGE ACT

  • (CD01) Aggregate facility volume of 1,320 – 9,999 gallons: $110
  • (CD02) Aggregate facility volume of 10,000 – 99,999 gallons: $215
  • (CD03) Aggregate facility volume over 99,999 gallons: $425

 

CALARP

                                                                                                                                                           Process

Risk

Complex
Single
Category


Complex
Multiple
Category


Special
Complex

Special
Complex Category
Biannual Insp (PIP)


High


$6,870 (CRA3)


$9,610 (CRA4)


$16,480 (CRA5)


$11,045 (CRB5)


Moderate


$2,745(CRB3)


$3,430 (CRB4)


$16,480 (CRA5)


$11,045 (CRB5)


Low


$1,365 (CRC3)


$1,875 (CRC4)


$16,480 (CRA5)


$11,045 (CRB5)


 

Facilities are categorized by the severity of the risk posed and the complexity of the process. Risk is divided into three tiers and is correlated with the definitions found in Part 68 of Subchapter C of Chapter I of Title 50 of the Code of Federal Regulations.

“Low Risk” facility shall mean the same as a Program 1 facility as defined in Part 68 (commencing with Section 68.1 (b)) of Subchapter C of Chapter I of Title 40 of the Code of Federal Regulations. Low risk CalARP facilities will receive a CalARP inspection triennially.

“Moderate Risk” facility shall mean the same as a Program 2 facility as defined in Part 68 (commencing with Section 68.1 (c)) of Subchapter C of Chapter I of Title 40 of the Code of Federal Regulations. Moderate risk CalARP facilities will receive a CalARP inspection biennially.

“High Risk” facility shall mean the same as a Program 3 facility as defined in Part 68 (commencing with Section 68.1 (d)) of Subchapter C of Chapter I of Title 40 of the Code of Federal Regulations. High risk CalARP facilities will receive a CalARP inspection annually.

 “Complex Process” shall mean a facility using one or more chemicals in a process that involves any of the following: multiple valves and piping, process reaction vessels, or processes that are temperature and/or pressure dependent.

“Special Complex” shall mean a facility that manufactures or refines a product or is determined to utilize multiple complex processes and is categorized as “high risk.”

 

SURCHARGES

  • (SC10) State Service Charge – CUPA Oversight - $49 Per Facility
  • (SC20) State Service Charge – Underground Storage Tank - $20 Per Tank
  • (SC25) State Service Charge – APSA Program - $26 Per Facility1
  • (SC60) State Service Charge – CALARP Program - $270 Per Business2
  • (SC61) State Service Charge – Refineries (Tier 1) * - $45,000 Per Facility
  • (SC62) State Service Charge – Refineries (Tier 2) ** - 27,500 Per Facility
  • (SC61) State Service Charge – Refineries (Tier 3) *** - $13,750 Per Facility
  • (SC61) State Service Charge – Refineries (Tier 4) **** - $3,500 Per Facility

 

1Facilities that are Conditionally Exempt for APSA will not have a Program Element fee, but are still applicable for the state APSA surcharge.

2The CalARP program surcharge is applied per business (organization/owner), not per facility (individual site).

*Equal to or greater than 200,000 daily barrel capacity

** 100,000 to 199,999 daily barrel capacity

***50,000 to 99,999 daily barrel capacity

****less than 50,000 daily barrel capacity

(EH05) HazMat Application Fee - $125

 

Facility

CB7A – Annual Insp  

$865

CB8A – Annual Insp

$1,305

CB9A – Annual Insp

$5,765

 

Fees shall be determined by a combination of bulk quantities per facility, number of storage locations at a facility and the frequency of inspections determined by risk as described below.

Facility Volume/Unit Score Determination

The weights of hazardous materials at a facility shall be determined by summing weights of all solids (exceeding the reportable quantity) in pounds. The liquid volume of all hazardous materials at a facility shall be determined by summing the volumes of all liquids (exceeding the reportable quantity) in gallons. The gas volume of all hazardous materials at a facility shall be determined by summing the volumes of all gases (exceeding the reportable quantity) in cubic feet at standard temperature and pressure. For example, liquefied petroleum gas (propane) can be reported in pounds.

For calculating amounts of materials, liquefied petroleum gas (propane), aqua ammonia, and liquid oxygen will be calculated in gallons; anhydrous ammonia and chlorine shall be reported and calculated in pounds.

The above table may be used “as is” for facilities that have only solids, or liquids, or gases. Facilities having a mixture of solids, liquids, or gases in an inventory shall assign a “unit score” from the sum of the solids and a sum of the liquids and a sum of the gas and then add the unit score to determine the base fee using the following methodology:

Unit scores are assigned by using the ratio of the thresholds (liquid threshold is 55 gallons, solid threshold is 500 pounds, and the gas threshold is 200 cubic feet) of the materials and summing the unit scores. One gallon of liquid is equal to one unit, one pound is equal to 0.11 units, and one cubic foot is equal to 0.275 units.

55 gallons

X

1.0

=

55 units