Hydrants. Hydrants shall be installed in accordance with the District’s standard details. The hydrant tee and the hydrant base shall be appropriately braced. Trenching for hydrant and branch shall be done in accordance with Section 3 herein. All appurtenant piping and jointing shall be done in accordance with Section 4 herein.
Hydrants. The City owns and operates a water system and it is agreed that the City is in the best position to provide hydrant testing. The City will test hydrants in accord with relevant standards. Title Rate/Fee/Charge Fire Marshal Plan Review Fee 40% of Building Permit Fee Fire Sprinkler System Residential (1-2 family dwelling units) —1 hour minimum plan review $284.00 for first 10 heads plus $1.07 for each additional head plus plan review fee at $85/hour Commercial — 2 hour minimum plan review $284.00 for first 10 heads plus $1.07 for each additional head plus plan review fee at $85/hour Fire Alarm Residential (1-2 family dwelling units) $284.00 plus $1.55 per device Commercial / Multi Family $574.00 plus $1.55 per device Tenant Improvement, Alteration, or Remodel $477.00 plus $1.55 per device Fire Suppression (other than Sprinklers) Includes hood and duct and alternative fire- extinguishing systems $284.00 plus plan review fee at $101/hour (2 hr. minimum) Re-inspection Fee $101/hour Other Inspections and Fees Inspections outside of normal business hours (3 hours minimum) $111/hour minimum $333 Inspection for which no fee is specifically indicated 1 hour minimum) $101/hour Additional plan review required by changes, additions or revisions to plans after 2 reviews. (1 hour minimum) $101/hour Fire & Life Safety Inspection (annual) 0-5000 SF – $154 5001- 7,500 SF - $216 7501-12,000 - $309 12,001-15,000 - $436 15,000 + - $680 Site Plan $284 Developer Agreement $284 Pre-Application/Construction $284 Short Plat $101 Alteration/amendment of Short Plat (0-4 lots) $101 Subdivision $284 Alteration/amendment of Subdivision (5+ lots) $284 Fees to be adjusted annually by the annual rate of inflation as based on the Seattle CPI-U, June to June. East Pierce Fire & Rescue Contract for Fire Prevention Services – 02/05/2018
Hydrants. F. Fire hose boxes, complete with hoses, nozzles and tools; G. Fixed water monitors; H. Remotely operated water monitors; I. Fixed water spray systems; J. High expansion fixed foam systems; K. Fixed dry chemical extinguishing systems; L. Fixed automatic water sprinkler systems; M. Clean agent systems for control and power distribution equipment; N. Indoor hydrants and hose reels; O. Passive fire protection systems; P. Portable water monitors;
Hydrants. The Cities shall consult with Pine River with respect to the number and location of fire hydrants in the Township service areas. The Cities shall determine the location of hydrants based upon a generally recognized standard. Pine River shall pay or cause to be paid the cost of acquisition and installation of such hydrants. Hydrants in service areas shall be installed in accordance with Alma or St. Louis’s specification. For all hydrants now and hereafter located in one of the Pine River service areas, the Township shall pay either Alma or St. Louis an annual charge per hydrant equal to that City’s hydrant rental fee. Such hydrants may only be used for fire protection unless prior written permission for a different use is obtained from Alma or St. Louis. Pine River agrees to reimburse Alma or St. Louis for all reasonable costs associated with the installation of fire hydrants in service areas, when work is performed by Alma or St. Louis, on a time and materials basis. Replacement of hydrants located in the service areas that are damaged shall also be on a time and materials basis. Alma and St. Louis shall invoice the Township for these costs which shall include a detail of the time and materials charges.