Date of Adoption: June 25, 2003.
Purpose: The proposed rules will enable the program to acquire additional revenue to maintain current service activities for the water recreation program as well as provide a framework for local health jurisdictions to adjust corresponding local fees.
Citation of Existing Rules Affected by this Order: Amending WAC 246-260-990 and 246-262-990.
Statutory Authority for Adoption: RCW 70.90.150.
Other Authority: RCW 43.20B.250.
Adopted under notice filed as WSR 03-11-030 on May 15, 2003.
Number of Sections Adopted in Order to Comply with Federal Statute: New 0, Amended 0, Repealed 0; Federal Rules or Standards: New 0, Amended 0, Repealed 0; or Recently Enacted State Statutes: New 0, Amended 0, Repealed 0.
Number of Sections Adopted at Request of a Nongovernmental Entity: New 0, Amended 0, Repealed 0.
Number of Sections Adopted on the Agency's Own Initiative: New 0, Amended 2, Repealed 0.
Number of Sections Adopted in Order to Clarify, Streamline, or Reform Agency Procedures: New 0, Amended 0, Repealed 0.
Number of Sections Adopted Using Negotiated Rule Making:
Pilot Rule Making:
or Other Alternative Rule Making:
Effective Date of Rule: Thirty-one days after filing.
July 1, 2003
Mary C. Selecky
AMENDATORY SECTION(Amending WSR 01-14-047, filed 6/29/01, effective 7/30/01)
WAC 246-260-9901 Fees. (1) CONSTRUCTION PERMIT FEES. The department establishes the fees listed in Table 990.1 for construction permits for carrying out its duties under WAC 246-260-030.
CONSTRUCTION PERMIT FEES
|TYPE OF FACILITY||CONSTRUCTION PERMIT PLAN|
|(a) 125,000 gallons or more in volume||$((
|(b) Greater than 75,000 gallons and less than 125,000 gallons||
|(c) Greater than 40,000 gallons and less than 75,000 gallons||
|(d) Less than 40,000 gallons||$((
|V.||Alterations, renovations, or modifications to existing swimming,
spa, wading or spray pools, not to exceed two-thirds of new
construction permit fees, or $((
|VI.||The fees for multiple pools at the same location will be based
upon the highest fee for one facility and two thirds of the fee
for each additional facility. For example: The fee for a
100,000 gallon swimming pool, a 60,000 gallon swimming pool,
and a spa pool will be: ((
|Single Swim Pool||Single Spa Pool||Single Wading Pool||Spray Pool or Pools||Each Additional Swim, Spa, or Wading Pool|
|Operating Permit 0-6 month||$((
|Operating Permit 6-12 months||$((
|(1)||The department may charge an additional fee of $((
|(2)||The department may charge an alternate annual fee for an operating permit based on direct and indirect costs associated with issuance of the permit when arrangements are made with local health jurisdictions to administer all or portions of the duties associated with the operating permit. Except, that the fee for this operating permit cannot exceed the cost established by the previous portions of this regulation, but the fee may be less.|
|(3)||During the first year of development of the operating permit and for new pool facilities built hereafter, or pools temporarily closed (significant period of several months) and reopened, there are provisions for prorating the costs for the operating permits.|
|(4)||A reduction in fees, up to but not exceeding thirty percent, may be granted by the department when a facility operator can demonstrate a satisfactory level of training in pool safety, water quality, maintenance and operations. The department will develop criteria for such fee reductions within six months of the adoption of this regulation.|
|(5)||For limited use facilities requiring operating permits which are serving less than fifteen living units, the operating permit shall be fifty percent of the fee. However, reinspection fees when necessary, will be charged as noted in condition (1).|
|(6)||Fees for multiple facilities at the same physical
location shall have a maximum FEE CAP as follows: Seasonal
(0-6 months) WRF's: $((
|Year around (>6 months) WRF's $((
|(1)||If more than one pool at a facility and one is a
year-round pool and another is a seasonal
pool--year-round pool is base cost, seasonal pool is
charged at additional fee charge. For example:
Year-round spa = $((
|(2)||If a single swimming pool and a single spa pool is used
at the facility, the fee schedule will include fees as
noted. For a 0-6 month permit, the primary fee for the
single swimming would be $((
|(3)||If there are 12 pools/spas at a single year-around pool
facility, the FEE CAP would apply and the maximum fee of
[Statutory Authority: RCW 43.70.250, 70.90.150, and 43.20B.250. 01-14-047, § 246-260-9901, filed 6/29/01, effective 7/30/01. Statutory Authority: RCW 70.90.150 and 43.20B.020. 94-11-056, § 246-260-9901, filed 5/11/94, effective 6/11/94.]
AMENDATORY SECTION(Amending Order 122, filed 12/27/90, effective 1/31/91)
WAC 246-262-990 Fees. (1) The fee for plan review of a new recreational water contact facility containing a single attraction shall be two hundred six dollars plus the safety engineer reviewer's cost as billed.
(2) The fee for plan review of a new recreational water
contact facility containing more than one attraction shall be
two hundred six dollars plus the cost of the safety engineer
reviewer's cost as billed plus ((
dollars for each attraction.
(3) The fee for review of plans for alterations or modifications of an existing recreational water contact facility shall be the total of direct and indirect costs, not to exceed one-half of the fee for review of a new project.
(4) The annual fee for an operating permit for a
recreational water contact facility containing one attraction
shall be one hundred ((
seventy-five)) eighty dollars.
(5) The annual fee for an operating permit for a
recreational water contact facility containing more than one
attraction shall be one hundred ((
dollars for the first attraction plus fifty-one dollars for
each additional attraction up to a maximum fee of three
hundred (( twenty-five)) thirty-five dollars.
(6) The department may charge an additional fee of fifty-one dollars plus associated laboratory costs for inspections beyond those provided under the annual operating permit when necessary due to violations of such items as:
(a) Noncompliance with water quality standards; and
(b) Failure to comply with operational requirements for health and safety.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 43.70.040. 91-02-050 (Order 122), § 246-262-990, filed 12/27/90, effective 1/31/91.]