What are the permit fees?

The District charges permit fees (PDF) to cover the cost for reviewing applications, issuing permits and ensuring compliance. Different fees apply to different types of permits and equipment. 

  • Engineering Analysis and Evaluation Fee: This fee is based on the number and type of equipment proposed, and covers the technical processing of the Authority to Construct application. For complex projects the fees may be increased to cover the actual time spent evaluating the application and issuing the permit. 
  • Annual Operating Fee: For most businesses, permits are reviewed every year and updated as necessary. A renewal fee is charged based on the number and type of equipment plus the total annual emissions. This fee covers the permit review and annual inspections.

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1. What are stationary source permits?
2. Who needs a permit?
3. Why do I need a permit?
4. How does the permit process work?
5. What is an authority to construct (A/C)?
6. What is a permit to operate (P/O)?
7. How do I apply for an air quality permit?
8. What are the permit fees?
9. How are permits renewed?