Fiscal Year 2007 Adopted Budget REVENUE DETAIL Fund: 01 Fund: General Real and Personal Property Taxes ACTUAL BUDGET ESTIMATED PROPOSED ADOPTED ACCT# SOURCE 2004-2005 2005-2006 2005-2006 2006-2007 2006-2007 40005 Real Property 11,812,972 12,613,100 13,026,100 14,960,000 14,960,000 40010 MD Science & Tech. Ctr. Stormwater 330,641 428,600 457,900 311,500 311,500 40015 Bowie Town Center Stormwater - - - - - 40030 Highbridge Stormwater 1,121 - - - - 40035 Gateway Stormwater 31,012 - - - - 40105 Personal Property-Unincorporated Businesses 9,437 27,300 22,400 25,600 25,600 40110 Personal Property-Incorporated Businesses 956,190 1,051,800 946,600 1,086,500 1,086,500 40115 Property of Railroads and Public Utilities 270,298 286,900 229,500 263,300 263,300 40065 Interest and Penalties on Delinquent Taxes 43,159 20,000 40,000 40,000 40,000 Total 13,454,830 14,427,700 14,722,500 16,686,900 16,686,900 Real Property - Taxes levied and becoming due during the fiscal year, determined by applying the adopted tax rate to the assessed value of all real estate within the City, including land, buildings, structures and improvements. The budget amount is based on an estimate of assessed value provided by the State Department of Assessment and Taxation. Fiscal Year 2007 is the second year of the triennial assessment cycle. While most new assessments show significant increases, the Homestead Tax Credit acts as a cap, which holds municipal taxable assessment increases to 5%. Assessed values and tax rates are as follows: ACTUAL BUDGET ESTIMATED PROPOSED ADOPTED 2004-2005 2005-2006 2005-2006 2006-2007 2006-2007 Assessed Valuation 3,668,624,798 3,917,103,000 4,045,373,000 4,250,000,000 4,250,000,000 Tax Rate per $100 of Assessed Value: Proposed $ 0.322 $0.322 - $ 0.352 - Adopted $ 0.322 $ 0.322 $ 0.322 - $ 0.352 Tax Yield 11,812,972 12,613,100 13,026,100 14,960,000 14,960,000 The assessed values reflect State law, effective October 1, 2000, which changed the assessment value of real property from 40% of full market value to 100% of full market value. FY2007 reflects an estimated 6% increase (5% for existing properties and 1% for new construction and annexations). Real Property - Special Taxing Districts - Ad valorem taxes levied in addition to the regular city-wide real property tax, in districts which have been established for the purpose of funding stormwater management or rideshare/bus systems. No taxes have been levied for the rideshare/bus system districts after FY1995, when the City’s rideshare program was discontinued. In FY2007, no taxes are levied for several storm water districts, where fund balances are available for appropriation in amounts sufficient to finance current year expenditures. The districts are as follows: • District 1 - Stormwater Management, Maryland Science and Technology Center. • District 2 - Stormwater Management, Bowie Town Center. • District 3 - Ridesharing/Bus Systems, Maryland Science and Technology Center. • District 4 - Ridesharing/Bus Systems, Bowie Town Center. • District 5 - Stormwater Management, Highbridge. • District 6 - Stormwater Management, Gateway Center. Fiscal Year 2007 Adopted Budget REVENUE DETAIL Fund: 01 Fund: General • District 7 - Stormwater Management, Pin Oak Plaza. • District 8 - Stormwater Management, Elder Oaks Apartments. • District 9 - Ridesharing/Bus Systems, Pin Oak Village. • District 10 - Ridesharing/Bus Systems, Jenkins. • District 11 - Stormwater Management, Collington Plaza. ACTUAL BUDGET ESTIMATED PROPOSED ADOPTED 2004-2005 2005-2006 2005-2006 2006-2007 2006-2007 STD #1 - Stormwater Management – MSTC Assessed Valuations 30,031,000 29,972,000 32,020,100 45,058,400 45,058,400 Tax Rate $1.101 $1.430 $1.430 $ 0.691 $ 0.691 Tax Yield 330,641 428,600 457,900 311,500 311,500 STD #2 - Stormwater Management – BTC Assessed Valuations - - - - Tax Rate $ 0.000 $ 0.000 $ 0.000 $ 0.000 Tax Yield - - - - STD #5 - Stormwater Management – Highbridge Assessed Valuations 801,000 - - - - Tax Rate $0.140 $ 0.000 $ 0.000 $ 0.000 $ 0.000 Tax Yield 1,122 - - - - STD #6 - Stormwater Management – Gateway Assessed Valuations 100,038,200 - - - - Tax Rate $0.031 $ 0.000 $ 0.000 $ 0.000 $ 0.000 Tax Yield 31,012 - - - - STD #7 - Stormwater Management - Pin Oak Assessed Valuations - - - - Tax Rate $0.000 $ 0.000 $ 0.000 $ 0.000 $ 0.000 Tax Yield - - - - STD #8 - Stormwater Management - Elder Oaks Assessed Valuations - - - - Tax Rate $0.000 $ 0.000 $ 0.000 $ 0.000 $ 0.000 Tax Yield - - - - STD #11 - Stormwater Management – Collington Assessed Valuations - - - - Tax Rate $0.000 $ 0.000 $ 0.000 $ 0.000 $ 0.000 Tax Yield - - - - Fiscal Year 2007 Adopted Budget REVENUE DETAIL Fund: 01 Fund: General Personal Property - Determined by applying the adopted tax rate to assessed value of inventory, furnishings and fixtures on all businesses located within the City. Assessed value is determined by the State from annual reports filed by each business entity. The FY2007 estimate assumes a 5% increase in taxable values of all other existing businesses in the City. ACTUAL BUDGET ESTIMATED PROPOSED ADOPTED 2004-2005 2005-2006 2005-2006 2006-2007 2006-2007 Assessed Valuations: Personal Property-Unincorporated 1,172,250 3,393,800 2,769,300 2,907,800 2,907,800 Personal Property-Incorporated 118,781,366 130,662,100 117,590,000 123,470,200 123,470,200 Railroads and Public Utilities 33,577,400 35,635,100 28,496,800 29,921,800 29,921,800 Total 153,531,016 169,691,000 148,856,100 156,299,800 156,299,800 Tax Rate per $100 of Assessed Value: Proposed $ 0.805 $ 0.805 - $ 0.880 - Adopted $ 0.805 $ 0.805 $ 0.805 - $ 0.880 Tax Yield: Personal Property-Unincorporated 9,437 27,300 22,400 25,600 25,600 Personal Property-Incorporated 956,190 1,051,800 946,600 1,086,500 1,086,500 Railroads and Public Utilities 270,298 286,900 229,500 263,300 263,300 Total 1,235,925 1,366,000 1,198,500 1,375,400 1,375,400 Pursuant to State law, the personal property tax rate shall be 2.5 times the real property tax rate. Interest and Penalties on Taxes - 2/3 of 1% per month interest and 1% per month penalty is collected on all taxes not paid by due date. Business Taxes ACTUAL BUDGET ESTIMATED PROPOSED ADOPTED ACCT# SOURCE 2004-2005 2005-2006 2005-2006 2006-2007 2006-2007 40305 Admission and Amusement Taxes 569,676 632,500 539,000 544,400 544,400 43220 Hotel/Motel Tax 211,657 298,000 231,300 236,000 236,000 Total 781,333 930,500 770,300 780,400 780,400 Admission and Amusement Tax - Tax on revenues derived from entertainment and amusement activities such as motion pictures, coin operated amusements, athletic facilities within municipal boundaries. Collected by the State Comptroller and remitted to the municipality within twenty days after the end of each calendar quarter, deducting only the cost of administration and collection. The City rate is 10% as permitted by law. The budget assumes a 1% increase over the estimate for FY2006. Hotel/Motel Tax - This amount is an allocation of the County-imposed Hotel tax, rather than an additional municipal tax to the business owner. The budget assumes a 2% increase over the estimate for FY2006. Fiscal Year 2007 Adopted Budget REVENUE DETAIL Fund: 01 Fund: General Licenses and Permits ACTUAL BUDGET ESTIMATED PROPOSED ADOPTED ACCT# SOURCE 2004-2005 2005-2006 2005-2006 2006-2007 2006-2007 42020 Traders /Peddlers Permits 74,795 46,000 64,000 64,000 64,000 44105 Protective Inspection/ Licensing Fees 120,932 107,300 110,000 111,400 111,400 42005 Building Permits 96,686 69,000 69,000 65,000 65,000 42015 Street/Storm Drain Permits 149,937 75,000 75,000 75,000 75,000 44010 Variance Review Fee 2,460 7,500 2,000 2,000 2,000 Total 444,810 304,800 320,000 317,400 317,400 Traders and Peddlers Permits - Receipts from licenses, the amount of which is determined by the State and issued and collected through the Clerk of the Court. Ninety-two percent (92%) of the license fee is paid to the municipality in which the business is located. Protective Inspection and Licensing Fees - Licensing and Inspection fees from rental property. FY2007 estimates are based on 768 single-family units at $70 and 1,530 apartment unit rentals at $35, plus miscellaneous reinspection fees. Building Permits - Revenues from permits issued for building construction and renovation within the corporate limits. These revenues are non-recurring proceeds which will vary significantly, contingent upon the building industry. The budget amount is based on an assumption of $21.6 million in permitted construction costs, at the City permit fee of $3 per $1,000. Street and Storm Drainage Permits - Revenues from permits for street and storm drainage construction by developers. The budget estimate is based on an assumption of $1 million in permitted construction costs, at the City permit rate of 7.5% of estimated construction cost. Variance Review Fees - Fees charged to process requests for variances from building and development standards. Federal Grants ACTUAL BUDGET ESTIMATED PROPOSED ADOPTED ACCT# SOURCE 2004-2005 2005-2006 2005-2006 2006-2007 2006-2007 43005 Community Development 64,251 - - - - 43010 Federal Emergency Management Agency 129,251 - - - - Total 193,502 - - - - Community Development – Beginning in FY2004 the City began administering Community Development Block Grant funds. In prior years, grant funds were administered by Prince George's County. The budget amount is based on specific grant approvals, and is equal to the budgeted expenditure amount. Beginning in FY2005, revenue for CDBG was accounted for in the Capital Projects Fund. Federal Emergency Management Agency – Federal grant administered by State of Maryland for cities burdened by the removal of tons of trash and debris left behind by hurricane Isabel. Fiscal Year 2007 Adopted Budget REVENUE DETAIL Fund: 01 Fund: General State Grants ACTUAL BUDGET ESTIMATED PROPOSED ADOPTED ACCT# SOURCE 2004-2005 2005-2006 2005-2006 2006-2007 2006-2007 43155 Youth Services 113,365 113,400 113,400 113,400 113,400 43145 Drug/Alcohol Prevention Grant 10,000 25,000 11,200 3,600 3,600 43305 Community Legacy Program - 75,000 65,100 9,900 9,900 43135 Police Protection 176,570 175,000 180,000 252,000 252,000 43136 MD Technology Development - - - - 25,000 43125 Farmers Market 1,500 1,500 1,500 1,500 1,500 Total 301,435 389,900 371,200 380,400 405,400 Youth Program - State grant administered by Prince George’s County for continuation of Bowie Youth Services Bureau for parents and youth. The Department of Juvenile Justice allocates specific amounts to various programs which must be matched by at least 25% local funds. Drug & Alcohol Prevention - Youth - State grants administered by Prince George’s County, to provide drug and alcohol prevention programs for youth. The budget amount is based on specific grant approvals, and is equal to the budgeted expenditure amount. Community Legacy Program – Sponsored by the State of Maryland, this is an on-going program that will provide financial assistance to help existing communities develop comprehensive revitalization plans and implement projects targeted at reducing sprawl and enhancing community life for businesses and residents. Police Protection - The State allocates funds directly to municipalities at a rate of $2.50 per capita. Municipal governments receive an additional $1,800 per full-time sworn police officer based on the number of police officers employed in the immediately preceding fiscal year. The remaining portion of the grant is divided between the County and its municipalities on the basis of relative police expenditures for the immediately preceding fiscal year. The budget amount is based on estimated FY2006 expenditures of $827,700 and six officers under contract as of July 1, 2006. Maryland Technology Development Corporation - State grant to foster the development of technology based business. Farmers Market - State grant to support local farmers market. State Shared Revenues ACTUAL BUDGET ESTIMATED PROPOSED ADOPTED ACCT# SOURCE 2004-2005 2005-2006 2005-2006 2006-2007 2006-2007 40205 Income Taxes 5,825,776 5,625,600 6,041,000 6,150,000 6,150,000 43130 Motor Vehicle Fuel Tax 2,377,992 2,700,000 2,575,000 2,835,000 2,835,000 43150 Racing Tax 18,300 18,200 18,200 18,200 18,200 43210 Financial Corporation Tax 808 800 800 800 800 Total 8,222,876 8,344,600 8,635,000 9,004,000 9,004,000 Income Tax - The State Comptroller distributes an amount that equals the greater of: (a) 8.5 percent of the State income tax liability of Bowie residents; (b) 17 percent of the county income tax liability of Bowie residents; or (c) .37 percent of the Maryland taxable income of Bowie residents. The budget amount for FY2007 is estimated at 2% over the expected FY2006 amount, with 1% for income growth of current residents and 1% for construction and annexation. Motor Fuel and Vehicle Registration Tax (Highway User Revenues) - Sixteen and one half percent (16.5%) of total State revenue is distributed to the Counties and Municipalities. The County receives Fiscal Year 2007 Adopted Budget REVENUE DETAIL Fund: 01 Fund: General one half in the same ratio that road mileage bears to the total road mileage in the State, and one half in the same ratio that the number of vehicles in the County bears to the total number of motor vehicle registrations in the State. The City then receives an allocation based one-half on the ratio which the total mileage of the roads within the municipality bears to the total mileage of County roads in the County and one-half on the ratio that the total number of vehicles registered to owners in the municipality bears to the total vehicles registered to owners in the County. This revenue must be expended solely for the construction, reconstruction or maintenance of roads or streets. The budget amount for FY2007 assumes a 10% increase over the estimated amount for FY2006. Racing Tax - Revenue received from the State based upon the total number of days per year the Bowie Training Facility is open. Financial Corporation Tax - Received from the County in lieu of taxes on financial corporations. Grants from Other Local Units ACTUAL BUDGET ESTIMATED PROPOSED ADOPTED ACCT# SOURCE 2004-2005 2005-2006 2005-2006 2006-2007 2006-2007 43205 County Grant 4,555 - - - - 43230 Rebate Landfill Fees-PGC 146,236 146,200 146,200 146,200 146,200 43315 M-NCPPC Allen Pond Costs 78,650 78,600 78,600 78,600 78,600 43225 Human Resources - PG County 29,499 15,000 - - - Total 258,940 239,800 224,800 224,800 224,800 Rebate Landfill Fees - Prince George’s County - Rebates to municipalities that use County landfill sites, calculated on the basis of population and landfill tonnage. M-NCPPC Share of Allen Pond Operating Costs - Maximum amount contributed to offset operating expenses of the facility. Human Resources - Prince George’s County - County grant for continuation of Bowie Youth Services Bureau. Charges for Services ACTUAL BUDGET ESTIMATED PROPOSED ADOPTED ACCT# SOURCE 2004-2005 2005-2006 2005-2006 2006-2007 2006-2007 44005 Councilperson’s Filing Fees 200 200 200 200 200 44305 Allen Pond Concession and Fees 53,685 45,800 54,800 55,700 55,700 44315 Gymnasium Use Fees 92,118 116,000 113,000 129,000 129,000 44325 Seniors Fitness Room Fees 2,122 3,800 3,800 3,800 3,800 44335 Ice Arena Regular Admissions 61,889 52,000 65,000 65,000 65,000 44340 Ice Arena Discount Admissions 2,397 4,000 3,000 4,000 4,000 44345 Ice Arena Ice Rentals 294,631 265,000 265,000 290,000 290,000 44350 Ice Arena Skate Rentals 23,449 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 44355 Ice Arena Class Fees 123,449 75,000 150,000 150,000 150,000 44360 Ice Arena Concessions 18,911 58,000 67,000 70,000 70,000 44365 Ice Arena Other Revenues 570 300 200 200 200 44370 Ice Arena Dry Floor Rental - 400 600 600 600 Total 673,421 640,500 742,600 788,500 788,500 Fiscal Year 2007 Adopted Budget REVENUE DETAIL Fund: 01 Fund: General Councilperson's Filing Fees - Filing fees for election candidates. Allen Pond Concessions and Fees - Revenues collected at Allen Pond. Picnic permits, boat rental and vending machines' commissions are typical of this type of revenue. Gymnasium Use Fees - Estimated amount of fees for use of the City-owned indoor recreation gymnasium. Seniors Fitness Fees - Estimated amount of fees for non-resident use of the fitness equipment at Bowie Senior Citizen Center. Ice Arena Admissions and Fees - Consists of admissions and rental fees collected at the City-owned ice arena. Estimates are based on expected usage levels and existing fee schedules. Fees and Fines ACTUAL BUDGET ESTIMATED PROPOSED ADOPTED ACCT# SOURCE 2004-2005 2005-2006 2005-2006 2006-2007 2006-2007 45005 Animal Control Fines 4,423 3,000 5,000 6,000 6,000 45010 Municipal Infractions 23,034 15,000 21,000 27,000 27,000 45015 Traffic Infractions 22,720 20,000 20,000 14,900 14,900 Total 50,177 38,000 46,000 47,900 47,900 Animal Control Fines - Fines collected for violations of Animal Control Ordinance. Municipal Infractions - Fines collected for violations of City Codes. Traffic Infractions - Fines collected for violations of red light stop signals. The City receives these fines as a result of installing cameras on the light signals at locations within City limits. Other Revenues ACTUAL BUDGET ESTIMATED PROPOSED ADOPTED ACCT# SOURCE 2004-2005 2005-2006 2005-2006 2006-2007 2006-2007 Other Revenues 46105 Interest Income 349,220 339,200 652,500 675,000 675,000 44390 Rental - Whitemarsh Park 31,187 36,600 36,600 37,400 37,400 44380 Rental - Bowie Playhouse 10,540 19,000 17,000 19,900 19,900 46210 Rental - City Hall 25,547 25,800 25,800 26,600 26,600 44385 Rental - Golf Course 60,000 60,000 60,000 69,000 69,000 46205 Rental - Bowie Commons 13,500 13,500 13,500 13,500 13,500 46215 Rental - Other Property 5,379 1,200 2,800 1,300 1,300 44375 Rental - Belair Mansion 8,175 13,200 13,200 13,200 13,200 46425 Rental - Cell Tower Leases 16,433 16,900 16,900 17,200 17,200 44310 Culture and Special Events 13,321 15,400 15,000 19,000 19,000 42010 CATV Franchise Fee 764,202 663,800 776,500 695,000 695,000 46405 Claims & Reimbursements 65,135 90,000 223,000 50,000 50,000 44320 Museum Shops 5,868 6,000 7,500 7,000 7,000 46420 Miscellaneous Revenues 17,204 13,000 15,000 15,000 15,000 46430 Sales of Recyclables 121,093 103,000 120,000 100,000 100,000 46305 Donations 7,093 5,000 5,000 5,000 5,000 46310 Donations – Friends of Belair 23,435 15,000 15,000 15,000 15,000 46320 Donations – Seniors Program 55,649 57,000 57,000 57,000 57,000 46325 Donations - Youth Services 4,250 5,000 5,000 5,000 5,000 Total 1,597,231 1,498,600 2,077,300 1,841,100 1,841,100 Fiscal Year 2007 Adopted Budget REVENUE DETAIL Fund: 01 Fund: General Interest Earned on Investments - Income from investing temporarily idle funds. The budget estimate for FY2007 assumes an average $15 million in investable balances, at an average 4.5 percent interest rate. Rental-Whitemarsh Park - This is the annual amount to be received from leased facilities at Whitemarsh Park. Rental-Bowie Playhouse - Revenues from rental of this facility. Rental-City Hall - Revenues from rental of office space in City Hall. Rental-Golf Course - Annual amount to be received from leased facilities at Bowie Golf Course. Rental-Bowie Commons - Annual income from rental of Senior Citizens' housing complex land. Rental-Other Property - Revenues from rental of other City properties. Rental-Belair Mansion - Revenues from rental of this facility. Rental – Cell Tower Leases – Revenue from rental of cell tower on the Bogley property. Cultural and Special Events - Revenue received from activities such as Bowiefest, July 4th and the Art and Antique Expo. CATV Franchise Fee - The amount to be received under the franchise agreement, which provides a base amount of 5% of the cable company's estimated $8.7 million annual subscription revenue, plus an additional 3% to be used for City purchases of capital equipment for cable access and for an institutional fiber network. Claims and Reimbursements - Reimbursement for items such as insurance claims, damages to light poles, and traffic signs and posts, the costs for which are charged to budget appropriations. Museum Shops - Revenue from the sale of items at Museum Shops. Miscellaneous and Unclassified - Revenues from any source not elsewhere classified. This type of revenue would include such items as charges for copying, bus shelter advertising and any other items for which separate accountability is not practical. Sale of Recyclables - Revenue from the sale of recyclable materials consisting of newspapers, magazines, glass, white metal, steel cans and aluminum. The budget estimate for FY2007 is based on 5 , 0 0 0 t o n s o f p a p e r a t $ 2 0 p e r t o n . T h e r e i s c ur r e n t l y n o m a r k e t f o r o t h e r m i x e d r e c y c l a b l e s . Donations - Donations received in support of miscellaneous City programs. Donations - Friends of Belair - Donations from the Friends of Belair Estate to be used in support of Belair Mansion. Donations - Seniors Program - Donations made by participants of the transportation program and by the Bowie Senior Citizens Advisory Board. Donations - Youth Services Bureau - Donations made by participants. Fiscal Year 2007 Adopted Budget REVENUE DETAIL Fund: 01 Fund: General Appropriated Fund Balance ACTUAL BUDGET ESTIMATED PROPOSED ADOPTED ACCT# SOURCE 2004-2005 2005-2006 2005-2006 2006-2007 2006-2007 48005 Appropriated Fund Balance - 50,400 - - 292,500 48056 Appropriated Balance - Tax District 2 - 2,900 2,900 - - 48060 Appropriated Balance - Tax District 6 - 5,200 5,200 - - 48061 Appropriated Balance - Tax District 7 - 2,400 2,400 - - 48062 Appropriated Balance - Tax District 8 - 1,400 1,400 - - 48065 Appropriated Balance - Tax District 11 - 2,600 2,600 - - Total - 64,900 14,500 - 292,500 Appropriated Fund Balance - Amount available for appropriation which is the difference between actual collections and expenditures for the year just ended less any required reserves. May also include any fund balance carried over from prior years which has not been appropriated. Appropriated Fund Balance – Special Tax Districts - In Fiscal Year 2007, no amounts are appropriated from Stormwater Special Taxing Districts that have accumulated revenues in excess of expenditures over the preceding years. Transfers and Other Financing Sources ACTUAL BUDGET ESTIMATED PROPOSED ADOPTED ACCT# SOURCE 2004-2005 2005-2006 2005-2006 2006-2007 2006-2007 Transfers from Other Funds 49020 Central Support Services - Water and Sewer Fund 242,900 311,000 311,000 319,700 319,700 Total 242,900 311,000 311,000 319,700 319,700 Central Support Services - Executive, administrative, legal, information technology and other overhead-type central support services. The transfer-in serves to reimburse the General Fund and charge the expenditure for these functions to the proper fund. Total General Fund Revenue Summary ACTUAL BUDGET ESTIMATED PROPOSED ADOPTED SOURCE 2004-2005 2005-2006 2005-2006 2006-2007 2006-2007 Revenues and Other Financing Sources 25,978,555 26,814,400 27,909,700 30,071,400 30,096,400 Appropriated Fund Balance - General Revenues - 50,400 - - 292,500 Appropriated Fund Balance - Special Tax Districts - 14,500 14,500 - - Transfer from Enterprise Fund 242,900 311,000 311,000 319,700 319,700 Total 26,221,455 27,190,300 28,235,200 30,391,100 30,708,600 Fiscal Year 2007 Adopted Budget CITY RENTAL AND USER FEES Fund: #01 Fund: General Th e f o llo win g r e n t a l a n d u s e r f e e s b e c o m e e f f e c t iv e J u ly 1 , 2 0 0 6 , u n le s s in d ic a t e d otherwise. T h e “ R e s i d e n t ” r a t e a p p l i e s t o a n i n d i v id u a l w h o r e s i d e s w i t h i n t h e corporate limits of the City of Bowie. The “Resident” rate applies to a business when the street address of the business is within the corporate limits of the City of Bowie. Please note the 60% residency requirement for non-profit groups requesting the “Resident” rate for the Gymnasium, athletic fields and Ice Arena. Other special requirements may apply as listed. City Hall room rental Re n ta l F e e – Re s id e n t N o n - p r o f it $0 Re n ta l F e e – N o n - r e s id e n t N o n - p r o f it $25 per hour Custodial Fee $30 per hour, as necessary Cle a n in g /D a ma g e D e p o s it $100 Belair Mansion rental Rental Time Fee W e e k d a y, Mo n d a y th r o u g h F r id a y - 9 a m to 5 p m $75 per hour ( Min imu m 3 h o u r s ) W e e k n ig h t, Mo n d a y th r o u g h T h u r s d a y - 5 p m to 1 1 p m $100 per hour ( Min imu m 3 h o u r s ) W e e k e n d , F r id a y e v e n in g to S u n d a y e v e n in g ( Min imu m 6 h o u r s ) Bo w ie Re s id e n ts $150 per hour N o n - r e s id e n ts $200 per hour NOTE: For all rentals, a refundable security deposit of $500 is required 3 0 d a y s in a d v a n c e . Th e m a x im u m n u m b e r o f g u e s t s is 7 5 . Bowie Playhouse rental G r o u p s I n - Re s id e n c e $20 per hour Re s id e n t N o n - P r o f it $20 per hour N o n - L o c a l N o n - p r o f it $30 per hour Re s id e n t Bu s in e s s $40 per hour N o n - Re s id e n t Bu s in e s s $60 per hour NOTE: A 50 percent deposit is required at the time of booking. NOTE: “In-Residence” is defined as those groups who have applied and reached an agreement with the City to utilize the Bowie Playhouse as their primary facility. Groups In-Residence are required to submit a $100 security deposit and a $1,000 facility deposit prior to each production. All other groups must submit a 50 percent deposit at the time of booking. Fiscal Year 2007 Adopted Budget CITY RENTAL AND USER FEES Fund: #01 Fund: General Bowie Senior Center Resident Non-Resident Fitness Center $0 $75 Bus Transportation $.50* N o t a v a ila b le *per ride ($1.00 round trip) Bowie Gymnasium fees Hourly Rates Resident Non-Resident Non-profit Athletic O r g a n iza t io n s O n e Co u r t $10 $20 T w o Co u r ts $20 $40 F o u r Co u r ts $40 $80 Non-profit Athletic Special Events O n e Co u r t $20 $40 T w o Co u r ts $40 $80 F o u r Co u r ts $80 $160 For-profit Groups O n e Co u r t $50 $75 T w o Co u r ts $100 $150 F o u r Co u r ts $200 $300 Summer Camp P e r c h ild ( A g e s 8 - 1 2 ) $125 $175 NOTES: Organizations must be certified to consist of a minimum of 60% residents to receive resident rates. Priority for use: 1. Resident Non-profit 2. Resident Non-profit special event 3. Resident For-profit 4. Non-resident Non-profit 5. Non-resident Non-profit special event 6. Non-resident For-profit Annual Membership Fees Youth Adult Seniors (Age 6 to (Age 18 to 54) (55 and over) Re s id e n ts O n ly 17) $10 $30 No charge N o n - Re s id e n t w ith Bo w ie A d d r e s s $15 $45 $15 Guest Passes (each) $2 $4 $4 NOTES: “Residents” must reside within the corporate limits of the City of Bowie. Guest passes are available for purchase only by resident members. Guests must be accompanied by resident member with Pass. Fiscal Year 2007 Adopted Budget CITY RENTAL AND USER FEES Fund: #01 Fund: General Other Gymnasium fees Security Fee Deposit Meeting Room Fees Re s id e n t N o n - p r o f it $0 $100 N o n - r e s id e n t N o n - p r o f it $25 per hour $100 Concession Stand Fees N o n - p r o f it $25 per hour $100 F o r - p r o f it $50 per hour $100 Boat rental fees S e a s o n o f O p e r a tio n : F ir s t w e e k e n d in Ma y – F ir s t w e e k e n d in O c to b e r , 1 1 :0 0 a . m. – Dusk. O p e n S a tu r d a y & S u n d a y, d u r in g P r in c e G e o r g e ’ s Co u n ty P u b lic S c h o o l Y e a r O p e n F r i d a y - M o n d a y , d u r i n g P r i n c e G e o rg e ’ s C o u n t y P u b l i c S c h o o l S u mme r R e c e s s Resident Non-Resident Ca n o e o r Ro w Bo a t $ 5 p e r h a lf - h o u r $ 1 0 p e r h a lf - h o u r Ca n o e o r Ro w Bo a t $7 per hour $15 per hour P a d d le Bo a t $ 5 p e r h a lf - h o u r $ 1 0 p e r h a lf - h o u r P r i v a t e B o a t P e r mi t F e e : One Day $2 $5 Season $10 $15 N O TE: Th e s e r a t e s e f f e c t iv e J a n u a r y 1 , 2 0 0 7 . N o g r o u p reservations; all boats rented individually on a first-come, first- serve basis. Ball Field Permit fees Resident Non-Resident L e a g u e P la y $0 per hour $5 per hour N o n - L e a g u e P la y $5 per hour $20 per hour A lc o h o l P e r mit $100 $200 Ca mp s $ 7 5 p e r f ie ld p e r d a y City Park Permit fees Resident Non-Resident P e r mi t Security P e r mi t Security Fee D e p o s it Fee D e p o s it Allen Pond Park P a v ilio n s ( E a s t & W e s t) $80 $80 $240 $240 Group Areas 3, 4, 7 $50 $50 $150 $150 Group Areas 5, 6 $35 $35 $105 $105 E le c tr ic ity $20 - $40 - Fiscal Year 2007 Adopted Budget CITY RENTAL AND USER FEES Fund: #01 Fund: General City Park Permit fees (continued) Resident Non-Resident P e r mi t Security P e r mi t Security Fee D e p o s it Fee D e p o s it Whitemarsh Park P a v ilio n $50 $50 $100 $100 Ca mp f ir e A r e a $10 $25 $20 $25 Cancellation Fee $25 $25 Camps Bu s P a r k in g ( w e e k d a ys o n ly, p e r mit r e q u ir e d ) $30 day $30 day Cancellation Fee $25 $25 Special Events P a r k Re n ta l, e tc . $500 $500 $1,500 $1,500 Charitable Walks/Runs N o Ch a r g e $240 $240 $240 (See Use Policy 2003-01) Amphitheater (See Use policy 2000-01) Ro b e r t V . S e te r a N o Ch a r g e $250 N /A N /A E le c tr ic ity $20 Park Concessions Black Sox Park Co n c e s s io n S ta n d $ 3 5 /d a y $200 $ 5 0 /d a y $200 P a r k Co n c e s s io n s $ 2 5 /d a y $100 $ 5 0 /d a y $100 Co n c e s s io n a ir e s P e r mit $ 2 5 0 /yr - $ 2 5 0 /yr - Alcohol Permit ( A ll P ic n ic s ) $100 $100 $200 $200 Bowie Skate Park Identification Card $10 each $10 each (Including replacements) N O TE: Th e s e r a t e s e f f e c t iv e J a n u a r y 1 , 2 0 0 7 . F e e s m a y b e wa iv e d for bona fide Bowie scouting groups Ice Arena User Fees General Admission Adults (16 and Up) $5.00 General Admission Seniors (55 and Up) and Children $4.50 Group Rates Adults $4.00 Group Rates Seniors and Children $3.50 Family Session Up to 5 per Family (No residency requirement) $12 Resident Season Pass 5 Admissions $18 10 Admissions $35 20 Admissions $67 Unlimited Admissions $180 Unlimited Family (up to 5 members) $500 Fiscal Year 2007 Adopted Budget CITY RENTAL AND USER FEES Fund: #01 Fund: General Ice Arena User Fees (continued) Non-resident Season Pass 5 Admissions $20 10 Admissions $40 20 Admissions $75 Non-resident Season Pass Unlimited Admissions $300 Ice Rentals Prime Time Rate All Days $250 Non-Prime Time Rate Seasonal contracts only 5am-8am $165 Seasonal Contracts Non-profit Organizations $215 Seasonal Contracts Non-profit organizations that demonstrate 60 percent $165 use by Bowie residents and use at least 200 hours of ice time per year Insurance fee For non-seasonal contracts $50 Late fee Per rented hour $10 Skating Instruction fees Skating Instruction Classes (Includes Practice Card): Resident Non-resident 7 week series (30 minute class) $75 $80 7 week series (45 minute class) $80 $85 4 week series (30 minute class) $42 $47 Summer Day Camp, per week (Monday through Friday 9:00am to 5:00pm) $190 $200 Camp Before/After Care-per week $25 $25 Half-Day Summer Camp $85 $95 Other Ice Arena Rates Skate Rental $2.50 Skate Sharpening $6 Pick-up hockey (1.5 hours) $10 Pick-up figure (45 minutes) $9 Dry Floor: Per hour $55 Half Day $400 Major Events $600 Room Rental Per hour $25 Birthday Party Package (Admission, skates, pizza, soda) Up to 10 individuals $125 Each additional individual $9 Dasherboard Advertisement Annual contract $1,250 Locker room rental Per hour $25 Locker room security deposit Per group $250 F i s c a l Y e a r 2 0 0 7 A d o p t ed B u d g e t PERMITS AND OTHER FEES Fund: #01 Fund: General Building Permits $ 3 p e r $ 1 , 0 0 0 o f E s tima te d Co n s tr u c tio n Co s ts ( Min imu m o f $ 1 0 . 0 0 ) I n v e s tig a tio n F e e , if a p p lic a b le - $ 1 0 P e r mit Re a p p lic a tio n F e e - $ 1 0 Street/Storm Drain Permits P e r mit - 7 . 5 % o f E s tima te d Co n s tr u c tio n Co s ts P e r f o r ma n c e Bo n d - 1 2 5 % o f E s tima te d Co n s tr u c tio n Co s ts P a yme n t Bo n d - 5 0 % o f E s tima te d Co n s tr u c tio n Co s ts Stormwater Management Fee in Lieu of Control ( F e e r e q u ir e d w h e n s to r mw a te r ma n a g e me n t c o n tr o l is in f e a s ib le ) $ . 5 0 p e r s q u a r e f o o t o f imp e r v io u s a r e a , $ 1 3 0 p e r lo t f o r f lo o d p r o n e a r e a s Soil Erosion and Sediment Control Fee $ 2 0 A p p lic a tio n F e e , p lu s $ 1 0 0 f ir s t d is tu r b e d a c r e , p lu s $ 7 5 p e r a c r e f o r a c r e s 1 . 1 th r o u g h 5 , p lu s $25 per acre for each additional acre disturbed Curb Cut P e r mit - 7 . 5 % o f E s tima te d Co n s tr u c tio n Co s ts P e r f o r ma n c e Bo n d - 1 2 5 % o f E s tima te d Co n s tr u c tio n Co s ts P a yme n t Bo n d s - 5 0 % o f E s tima te d Co n s tr u c tio n Co s ts Forest Mitigation E a s e me n t P u r c h a s e A mo u n t – D e te r min e d b y a p p r a is a l ( Ma y b e w a iv e d f o r c h a r ita b le o r p h ila n th r o p ic o r g a n iz a tio n s ) Variance Application Fees F o r e x is tin g r e s id e n tia l s tr u c tu r e s $200 F o r n e w r e s id e n tia l s tr u c tu r e s $500 F o r c o mme r c ia l/in d u s tr ia l s ite s $1,500 Re q u ir e d s ig n a g e f o r v a r ia n c e s $ 3 0 p e r s ig n D e p a r tu r e s $2,000 Re q u ir e d s ig n a g e f o r d e p a r tu r e s $ 3 0 p e r s ig n A lte r n a tiv e Co mp lia n c e $250 Other Permits and Fees Blo c k P a r ty P e r mit - $ 5 C a r n i v a l P e r mi t - $ 1 5 p e r r id e w ith $ 1 0 0 min imu m f o r f ir s t 7 d a ys , a n d $ 1 0 0 p e r w e e k o r p o r tio n o f a w e e k th e r e a f te r , p lu s se c u r i t y f e e s a t c o s t . T h i s f e e i s w a i v e d f o r n o n - p r o f it e v e n ts . F i s c a l Y e a r 2 0 0 7 A d o p t ed B u d g e t PERMITS AND OTHER FEES Fund: #01 Fund: General Other Permits and Fees (continued) S o l i c i t o r ' s P e r mi t - $ 2 5 p e r ye a r Co p y Re p r o d u c tio n F e e - Re g u la r s iz e - $ . 2 5 p e r p a g e ; Ma p s iz e - $ 4 p e r ma p . C i t y M a p – F i r s t ma p f r e e ; a d d i t i o n a l ma p s $ 1 . 9 0 e a c h . Re tu r n e d Ch e c k Ch a r g e - $ 2 5 A n ima l T r a p S e c u r ity D e p o s it - $ 5 0 R e i s s u e l o s t me mb e r s h i p c a r d f o r C i t y o f B o w i e f a c i l i t y - $ 5 Special Event Concession Fees Be e r /W in e ( n o n - p r o f it g r o u p s ) $100 F o o d /D r in k ( c o mme r c ia l g r o u p s ) $100 F o o d /D r in k ( n o n - p r o f it g r o u p s ) $50 G a me s a n d Ra f f le s ( n o n - p r o f it g r o u p s ) $25 I n f o r ma tio n Bo o th s ( n o n - p r o f it g r o u p s ) N o Ch a r g e Non-profit groups sponsoring an area 20% of Net Proceeds Housing and Property Inspection Program Fiscal Year 2007 Protective Inspection and Licensing Fee S in g le F a mily U n its $70 A p a r tme n t U n its $35 Re in s p e c tio n F e e $50 No Show Fee $50 Fiscal Year 2006 Estimated Number of Rental Units S in g le F a mily U n its 768 A p a r tme n t U n its 1,530 Summary of Program Revenues and Expenditures ACTUAL ESTIMATED BUDGET 2004-2005 2005-2006 2006-2007 Re v e n u e s 120,932 110,000 111,400 E x p e n d itu r e s : P e r s o n a l S e r v ic e s 65,540 65,000 70,000 Co n tr a c tu a l S e r v ic e s 3,086 5,200 5,600 C o mmo d i t i e s 2,268 1,400 1,700 O th e r 78 100 100 Ce n tr a l S u p p o r t S e r v ic e s 28,600 48,600 52,700 Total Expenditures 99,572 120,300 130,100 F i s c a l Y e a r 2 0 0 7 A d o p t ed B u d g e t PERMITS AND OTHER FEES Fund: #01 Fund: General Youth Services Bureau Fee Schedule T h e f o l l o w i n g f e e s c h e d u l e w i l l b e i mp l e me n t e d o n l y i f t h e S t a t e ma t c h i n g f u n d s f a l l b e lo w $ 1 0 0 , 0 0 0 d u r in g th e f is c a l ye a r . T h e s ta n d a r d th e r a p y h o u r is v a lu e d a t $ 8 0 p e r 5 0 min u te s e s s io n . A n n u a l f a mily g r o s s in c o me is : T h e n u mb e r o f p e r s o n s d e p e n d e n t o n t h i s i n c o me i s : Over Bu t n o t o v e r 1-2 3-4 5 o r mo r e The fee per session is: $ -0- $ 5,999 $6.00 $ 5.00 $ 3.00 6,000 6,999 7.00 5.00 4.00 7,000 7,999 8.00 6.00 4.00 8,000 8,999 9.00 7.00 5.00 9,000 9,999 10.00 8.00 5.00 10,000 10,999 16.00 12.00 8.00 11,000 11,999 18.00 14.00 9.00 12,000 12,999 20.00 15.00 10.00 13,000 13,999 21.00 16.00 11.00 14,000 15,999 23.00 17.00 12.00 16,000 17,999 26.00 20.00 13.00 18,000 19,999 29.00 22.00 15.00 20,000 21,999 37.00 28.00 19.00 22,000 23,999 41.00 31.00 21.00 24,000 25,999 45.00 34.00 23.00 26,000 27,999 47.00 35.00 24.00 28,000 29,999 50.00 38.00 25.00 30,000 31,999 50.00 38.00 25.00 32,000 33,999 53.00 40.00 27.00 34,000 35,999 56.00 42.00 28.00 36,000 37,999 56.00 42.00 28.00 38,000 39,999 59.00 44.00 30.00 40,000 41,999 59.00 44.00 30.00 42,000 45,999 62.00 47.00 31.00 46,000 49,999 68.00 51.00 34.00 50,000 54,999 68.00 51.00 34.00 55,000 59,999 75.00 56.00 38.00 60,000 64,999 75.00 56.00 38.00 65,000 69,999 79.00 59.00 40.00 70,000 OVER 80.00 60.00 40.00 T h i s f e e w i l l b e c o l l e c t e d o n a w e e k l y b a s i s , w i t h t w o mis s e d p a y me n t s r e s u ltin g in te r min a tio n o f c o u n s e lin g s e r v ic e s . I f le s s th a n 2 4 h o u r s n o tic e is p r o v i d e d f o r a c a n c e l l a t i o n , a f e e w i l l b e c o l l e c t e d f o r t h e mis s e d a p p o i n t me n t .
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