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H.B. 2 Enrolled

     NEW FISCAL YEAR SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATIONS ACT
    2012 GENERAL SESSION
    STATE OF UTAH
    Chief Sponsor: Melvin R. Brown
    Senate Sponsor: Lyle W. Hillyard
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LONG TITLE

Committee Note:
    The Executive Appropriations Committee recommended this bill.
General Description:
    This bill supplements or reduces appropriations previously provided for the use and operation of state government for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2012 and ending June 30, 2013.
Highlighted Provisions:
    This bill:
    .    provides budget increases and decreases for the use and support of certain state agencies;
    .    provides budget increases and decreases for the use and support of certain institutions of higher education;
    .    provides budget increases and decreases for other purposes as described.
Money Appropriated in this Bill:
    This bill appropriates for fiscal year 2013:
    .    $112,138,600 from the General Fund;
    .    $128,704,600 from the Education Fund;
    .    $674,922,800 from various sources as detailed in this bill.
Other Special Clauses:
    This bill takes on July 1, 2012.
Utah Code Sections Affected:
    ENACTS UNCODIFIED MATERIAL
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Be it enacted by the Legislature of the state of Utah:
    Section 1. Under the terms and conditions of Utah Code Title 63J Chapter 1, the following sums of money are appropriated from resources not otherwise appropriated, or reduced from amounts previously appropriated, out of the funds or fund accounts indicated for the use and support of the government of the State of Utah for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2012 and ending June 30, 2013. These are additions to amounts previously appropriated for fiscal year 2013.


Executive Offices & Criminal Justice
Governor's Office
Item 1    To Governor's Office
From General Fund    (202,600)
From Dedicated Credits Revenue    700
    Schedule of Programs:
Administration    (13,300)
Governor's Residence    1,000
Lt. Governor's Office    10,400
Governor's Energy Advisor    (200,000)
Item 2    To Governor's Office - Governor's Office of Planning and Budget
From General Fund    170,100
    Schedule of Programs:
Administration    30,100
Planning and Budget Analysis    (600)
Demographic and Economic Analysis    200
State and Local Planning    140,400
Item 3    To Governor's Office - GOPB - Inspector General of Medicaid Services
From Revenue Transfers - Medicaid    300,000
    Schedule of Programs:
Inspector General of Medicaid Services    300,000
Item 4    To Governor's Office - Commission on Criminal and Juvenile Justice
From General Fund    (200)
From Federal Funds    (300,500)
From Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act    461,000
From General Fund Restricted - Law Enforcement Services    617,900
From General Fund Restricted - Criminal Forfeiture Restricted Account    249,500
From General Fund Restricted - Law Enforcement Operations    (618,900)
From Crime Victim Reparations Fund    400
    Schedule of Programs:
CCJJ Commission    (1,400)
Utah Office for Victims of Crime    160,800
Crime Reduction Assistance Program    250,000
Judicial Performance Evaluation Commission    (200)
    All General Funds appropriated to the Commission on

Criminal and Juvenile Justice line item are contingent upon expenditures from Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (H.R. 1, 111th United States Congress) not exceeding amounts appropriated from Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act in all appropriations bills passed for FY 2013. If expenditures in the Commission on Criminal and Juvenile Justice line item exceed amounts appropriated to the Commission on Criminal and Juvenile Justice line item from Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act in FY 2013, the Division of Finance shall reduce the General Fund allocations to the Commission on Criminal and Juvenile Justice line item by one dollar for every one dollar in Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act expenditures that exceed Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act appropriations.
Item 5    To Governor's Office - CCJJ Factual Innocence Payments
From General Fund, One-time    51,700
    Schedule of Programs:
Factual Innocence Payments    51,700
State Auditor
Item 6    To State Auditor
From General Fund    200
From Dedicated Credits Revenue    100
    Schedule of Programs:
Auditing    300
State Treasurer
Item 7    To State Treasurer
From General Fund    1,300
From Dedicated Credits Revenue    300
From Unclaimed Property Trust    1,900
    Schedule of Programs:
Treasury and Investment    1,500
Unclaimed Property    1,900
Money Management Council    100
Attorney General
Item 8    To Attorney General
From General Fund    1,503,700


From Federal Funds    700
From Dedicated Credits Revenue    4,000
From General Fund Restricted - Tobacco Settlement Account    (209,600)
From Attorney General Litigation Fund    200
    Schedule of Programs:
Administration    8,500
Children's Justice    100
Criminal Prosecution    1,497,900
Civil    (207,500)
Item 9    To Attorney General - Contract Attorneys
From General Fund, One-time    13,500,000
    Schedule of Programs:
Contract Attorneys    13,500,000
Item 10    To Attorney General - Children's Justice Centers
From Federal Funds    (200)
    Schedule of Programs:
Children's Justice Centers    (200)
Item 11    To Attorney General - Prosecution Council
From General Fund Restricted - Public Safety Support    (2,200)
    Schedule of Programs:
Prosecution Council    (2,200)
Utah Department of Corrections
Item 12    To Utah Department of Corrections - Programs and Operations
From General Fund    2,048,800
From Dedicated Credits Revenue    100
    Schedule of Programs:
Department Executive Director    12,200
Department Administrative Services    61,600
Department Training    400
Adult Probation and Parole Administration    200
Adult Probation and Parole Programs    1,920,600
Institutional Operations Administration    (700)
Institutional Operations Draper Facility    4,700
Institutional Operations Central Utah/Gunnison    70,500
Institutional Operations Inmate Placement    2,700
Institutional Operations Support Services    (27,000)
Programming Administration    300


Programming Treatment    3,400
    The Legislature intends that, if the Department of Corrections is able to reallocate resources internally to fund additional Adult Probation and Parole agents, for every two agents hired, the Legislature grants authority to purchase one vehicle with Department funds.
    The Legislature intends that the Department of Corrections may spend up to an additional $3,600,000 of non-lapsing fund balances to retrofit or furnish the recently purchased building to be used as the Parole Violator Center.
    Under Section 63J-1-603 of the Utah Code, the Legislature intends that up to $9,000,000 of appropriations provided for Programs and Operations in Item 14 of Chapter 2 Laws of Utah 2011 be used for the operation of a Parole Violator Center.
Item 13    To Utah Department of Corrections - Department Medical Services
From General Fund    (31,300)
    Schedule of Programs:
Medical Services    (31,300)
Item 14    To Utah Department of Corrections - Jail Contracting
From General Fund    1,067,600
From General Fund, One-time    180,000
    Schedule of Programs:
Jail Contracting    1,247,600
    The Legislature intends that the final state daily incarceration rate be set at $64.29.
Board of Pardons and Parole
Item 15    To Board of Pardons and Parole
From General Fund    (9,600)
    Schedule of Programs:
Board of Pardons and Parole    (9,600)
Department of Human Services - Division of Juvenile Justice Services
Item 16    To Department of Human Services - Division of Juvenile Justice Services - Programs and Operations
From General Fund    25,400
From General Fund, One-time    1,250,000
From Federal Funds    200
From Dedicated Credits Revenue    1,000


From Revenue Transfers - Child Nutrition    (500)
From Revenue Transfers - Commission on Criminal and Juvenile Justice    1,300
    Schedule of Programs:
Administration    119,800
Early Intervention Services    1,242,500
Community Programs    (8,800)
Correctional Facilities    (44,400)
Rural Programs    (30,900)
Youth Parole Authority    (800)
    The Legislature intends that the Division of Juvenile Justice Services report back during the 2013 General Session its progress regarding the following items found in the document titled Human Services - Follow Up on In-depth Budget Review affecting the department's Fiscal Year 2013 appropriated budget as reported to the Executive Offices and Criminal Justice Appropriations Subcommittee on February 3, 2012: item numbers 13, 14, and 15 of the Selected Major Recommendations and numbers 1, 6, 7, and 14 of the remaining recommendations.
Judicial Council/State Court Administrator
Item 17    To Judicial Council/State Court Administrator - Administration
From General Fund    805,700
From Dedicated Credits Revenue    600
From General Fund Restricted - Non-Judicial Assessment    1,100
From General Fund Restricted - Online Court Assistance    75,000
From Revenue Transfers - Other Agencies    100
    Schedule of Programs:
Supreme Court    300
Law Library    (800)
Court of Appeals    300
District Courts    761,100
Juvenile Courts    27,000
Administrative Office    18,700
Data Processing    75,900
    The Legislature intends that the salary of district court judges be increased by the same percentage as state employees generally, and if state employees salaries are not adjusted, that

the salary of a district court judge remain at $132,150.
Item 18    To Judicial Council/State Court Administrator - Contracts and Leases
From General Fund    (726,200)
    Schedule of Programs:
Contracts and Leases    (726,200)
Item 19    To Judicial Council/State Court Administrator - Jury and Witness Fees
From General Fund    300
    Schedule of Programs:
Jury, Witness, and Interpreter    300
Item 20    To Judicial Council/State Court Administrator - Guardian ad Litem
From General Fund    4,200
From General Fund Restricted - Children's Legal Defense    400
    Schedule of Programs:
Guardian ad Litem    4,600
    If the Legislature approves the ongoing Building Block request for the Guardian ad Litem Attorney and associated vehicle, it will then be the intent of the Legislature to grant authority for the purchase of one additional vehicle.
Department of Public Safety
Item 21    To Department of Public Safety - Programs & Operations
From General Fund    839,300
From Dedicated Credits Revenue    250,300
From General Fund Restricted - DNA Specimen Account    515,000
From General Fund Restricted - Fire Academy Support    370,300
From General Fund Restricted - State Law Enforcement Forfeiture Account    126,000
From General Fund Restricted - Statewide Warrant Operations    (500)
From Transportation Fund Restricted - Department of Public Safety Account    200,000
    Schedule of Programs:
Department Commissioner's Office    (123,100)
Aero Bureau    1,900
Department Intelligence Center    101,800
Department Fleet Management    (7,100)
CITS Administration    1,500
CITS Bureau of Criminal Identification    39,700
CITS Communications    (28,000)


CITS State Crime Labs    614,200
CITS State Bureau of Investigation    5,100
Highway Patrol - Administration    6,000
Highway Patrol - Field Operations    899,900
Highway Patrol - Commercial Vehicle    98,700
Highway Patrol - Safety Inspections    247,800
Highway Patrol - Protective Services    4,600
Highway Patrol - Special Services    18,400
Highway Patrol - Special Enforcement    131,900
Highway Patrol - Technology Services    429,200
Information Management - Operations    (514,100)
Fire Marshall - Fire Operations    19,400
Fire Marshall - Fire Fighter Training    352,600
    The Legislature intends that the Department of Public Safety appropriate $205,786.00 to public interest use pursuant to Section 77-24-4(3) of the Utah Code as this money was originally seized by the Utah Highway Patrol as evidence in three separate criminal investigations, but was not claimed by the owners after they were notified that it no longer needed to be held as evidence. Funds for the Department will be limited to equipment, training and the payment of attorney fees.
    The Legislature intends that the Department of Public Safety is allowed to increase its fleet by 4 vehicles due to expansion of its security contract with Salt Lake Community College to now include the Jordan campus. Funding for the vehicles will be provided through the security contract.
    If the Legislature approves appropriations for additional troopers, the Department is authorized to purchase additional vehicles for those troopers.
Item 22    To Department of Public Safety - Emergency Management
From General Fund    2,800
From Federal Funds    11,800
From Dedicated Credits Revenue    200
From General Fund Restricted - State Disaster Recovery Restricted Account    750,000
    Schedule of Programs:
Emergency Management    764,800
    The Legislature intends that the FY 2013 appropriation of

$750,000 from the State Disaster Recovery Restricted Account be used by the Department of Public Safety Emergency Management Division for Weber River Mitigation Project including for flood prevention in the Ogden Bird Refuge area.
Item 23    To Department of Public Safety - Peace Officers' Standards and Training
From Dedicated Credits Revenue    (100)
From General Fund Restricted - Public Safety Support    2,600
    Schedule of Programs:
Basic Training    (3,200)
Regional/Inservice Training    9,400
Post Administration    (3,700)
Item 24    To Department of Public Safety - Driver License
From Transportation Fund Restricted - Department of Public Safety Account    (1,358,200)
    Schedule of Programs:
Driver License Administration    (749,800)
Driver Services    (779,600)
Driver Records    171,200
Item 25    To Department of Public Safety - Highway Safety
From Federal Funds    1,300
From Transportation Fund Restricted - Department of Public Safety Account    200,000
    Schedule of Programs:
Highway Safety    201,300
Infrastructure & General Government
Department of Transportation
Item 26    To Department of Transportation - Support Services
From Transportation Fund    393,500
    Schedule of Programs:
Administrative Services    600
Risk Management    (60,000)
Procurement    100
Data Processing    452,700
Ports of Entry    100
Item 27    To Department of Transportation - Engineering Services
From Transportation Fund    (439,900)
    Schedule of Programs:
Program Development and Research    100


Engineering Services    100
Right-of-Way    100
Construction Management    (440,200)
Item 28    To Department of Transportation - Operations/Maintenance Management
From Transportation Fund    2,511,600
    Schedule of Programs:
Maintenance Administration    2,263,000
Region 2    (100)
Region 3    (200)
Region 4    (600)
Field Crews    (41,800)
Traffic Operations Center    291,300
    There is appropriated to the Department of Transportation from the Transportation Fund, not otherwise appropriated, a sum sufficient, but not more than the surplus of the Transportation Fund, to be used by the Department for the construction, rehabilitation, and preservation of State highways in Utah. It is the intent of the Legislature that the appropriation fund first, a maximum participation with the federal government for the construction of federally designated highways, as provided by law, and last the construction of State highways, as funding permits. It is also the intent of the Legislature that the FTEs for field crews may be adjusted to accommodate the increase or decrease in the Federal Construction Program. No portion of the money appropriated by this item shall be used either directly or indirectly to enhance or increase the appropriations otherwise made by this act to the Department of Transportation for other purposes.
    The Legislature intends that any and all collections or cash income from the sale or salvage of land and buildings are to be lapsed to the Transportation Fund.
    The Legislature intends that the Department of Transportation use maintenance funds previously used on state highways that now qualify for Transportation Investment Funds of 2005 to address maintenance and preservation issues on other state highways.


Item 29    To Department of Transportation - Construction Management
From Transportation Fund    400
    Schedule of Programs:
Federal Construction - New    400
    There is appropriated to the Department of Transportation from the Transportation Fund, not otherwise appropriated, a sum sufficient, but not more than the surplus of the Transportation Fund, to be used by the Department for the construction, rehabilitation, and preservation of State highways in Utah. It is the intent of the Legislature that the appropriation fund first, a maximum participation with the federal government for the construction of federally designated highways, as provided by law, and last the construction of State highways, as funding permits. No portion of the money appropriated by this item shall be used either directly or indirectly to enhance or increase the appropriations otherwise made by this act to the Department of Transportation for other purposes.
    The Legislature intends that the Department of Transportation provide $2,000,000 of the funds appropriated from the Transportation Investment Funds of 2005 to Tooele City for roads around the Utah State University campus to create improved acces to an institution of higher education.
Item 30    To Department of Transportation - Region Management
From Transportation Fund    252,800
    Schedule of Programs:
Region 1    65,800
Region 2    (116,700)
Region 3    303,200
Region 4    400
Cedar City    100
Item 31    To Department of Transportation - Equipment Management
From Transportation Fund    991,000
From Dedicated Credits Revenue    (616,700)
    Schedule of Programs:
Equipment Purchases    1,000,000
Shops    (625,700)


Item 32    To Department of Transportation - Aeronautics
From Transportation Fund Restricted - Aeronautics Fund    200
    Schedule of Programs:
Administration    100
Airplane Operations    100
Item 33    To Department of Transportation - Safe Sidewalk Construction
    The Legislature intends that the funds appropriated from the Transportation Fund for pedestrian safety projects be used specifically to correct pedestrian hazards on State highways.
    The Legislature also intends that local authorities be encouraged to participate in the construction of pedestrian safety devices. The appropriated funds are to be used according to the criteria set forth in Section 72-8-104, Utah code Annotated, 1953. The funds appropriated for sidewalk construction shall not lapse. If local governments cannot use their allocation of Sidewalk Safety Funds in two years, these funds will be available for other governmental entities which are prepared to use the resources. It is the intent of the Legislature that local participation in the Sidewalk Construction Program is on a 75% state and 25% local match basis.
Item 34    To Department of Transportation - Mineral Lease
    It is the intent of the Legislature that the funds appropriated from the Federal Mineral Lease Account shall be used for improvement or reconstruction of highways that have been heavily impacted by energy development.
    It is the intent of the Legislature that if private industries engaged in developing the State's natural resources are willing to participate in the cost of the construction of highways leading to their facilities, that local governments consider that highway as a higher priority as they prioritize the use of Mineral Lease Funds received through 59-21-1(4)(c)(i). The funds appropriated for improvement or reconstruction of energy impacted highways are non-lapsing.
Item 35    To Department of Transportation - Transportation Investment Fund Capacity Program
From Transportation Investment Fund of 2005    107,586,200


From Revenue Transfers - Within Agency    202,768,500
    Schedule of Programs:
Transportation Investment Fund Capacity Program    310,354,700
Item 36    To Department of Transportation - Share the Road
From General Fund Restricted - Share the Road Bicycle Support    11,000
    Schedule of Programs:
Share the Road    11,000
Department of Administrative Services
Item 37    To Department of Administrative Services - Executive Director
From General Fund    17,900
    Schedule of Programs:
Executive Director    17,900
Item 38    To Department of Administrative Services - Administrative Rules
From General Fund    1,700
    Schedule of Programs:
DAR Administration    1,700
Item 39    To Department of Administrative Services - DFCM Administration
From General Fund    (2,189,600)
From Dedicated Credits Revenue    800
From Capital Projects Fund    (14,300)
From Capital Project Fund - Contingency Reserve    65,000
    Schedule of Programs:
DFCM Administration    (2,138,900)
Energy Program    800
Item 40    To Department of Administrative Services - State Archives
From General Fund    41,300
    Schedule of Programs:
Archives Administration    41,300
Item 41    To Department of Administrative Services - Finance Administration
From General Fund    352,000
From Dedicated Credits Revenue    2,900
    Schedule of Programs:
Finance Director's Office    (300)
Payroll    18,000
Payables/Disbursing    7,300
Technical Services    159,800


Financial Reporting    185,100
Financial Information Systems    (15,000)
Item 42    To Department of Administrative Services - Finance - Mandated
From General Fund    3,000,000
From General Fund Restricted - Economic Incentive Restricted Account    (1,412,900)
From General Fund Restricted - Land Exchange Distribution Account    (442,900)
From Revenue Transfers - Other Agencies    1,027,100
    Schedule of Programs:
Land Exchange Distribution    584,200
Development Zone Partial Rebates    (1,412,900)
Jail Reimbursement    3,000,000
Item 43    To Department of Administrative Services - Judicial Conduct Commission
From General Fund    (300)
    Schedule of Programs:
Judicial Conduct Commission    (300)
Item 44    To Department of Administrative Services - Purchasing
From General Fund    (300,000)
    Schedule of Programs:
Purchasing and General Services    (300,000)
Department of Administrative Services Internal Service Funds
Item 45    To Department of Administrative Services - Division of Finance
From Dedicated Credits - Intragovernmental Revenue    1,600,000
    Schedule of Programs:
Consolidated Budget and Accounting    1,600,000
Budgeted FTE    19.0
Item 46    To Department of Administrative Services - Division of Purchasing and General Services
From Dedicated Credits - Intragovernmental Revenue    1,225,400
    Schedule of Programs:
ISF - Cooperative Contracting    1,225,400
Budgeted FTE    13.5
Item 47    To Department of Administrative Services - Division of Fleet Operations
Budgeted FTE    (5.0)
Item 48    To Department of Administrative Services - Risk Management
Budgeted FTE    1.0


Item 49    To Department of Administrative Services - Division of Facilities Construction and Management - Facilities Management
Budgeted FTE    (6.0)
    The Legislature intends that the DFCM internal service fund may add two additional vehicles to their regular fleet for daily use.
    The Legislature intends that the DFCM internal service fund may add up to three FTEs and up to two vehicles beyond the authorized level if new facilities come on line or maintenance agreements are requested. Any added FTEs or vehicles must be reviewed and approved by the Legislature.
Department of Technology Services
Item 50    To Department of Technology Services - Chief Information Officer
From General Fund    600
From Dedicated Credits Revenue    100
    Schedule of Programs:
Chief Information Officer    700
Item 51    To Department of Technology Services - Integrated Technology Division
From General Fund    34,400
From General Fund, One-time    300,000
From Federal Funds    15,600
From Dedicated Credits Revenue    44,800
From General Fund Restricted - Statewide Unified E-911 Emergency Account    20,900
    Schedule of Programs:
Automated Geographic Reference Center    415,700
Capital Budget
Item 52    To Capital Budget - Capital Development
From General Fund, One-time    1,625,000
From Education Fund, One-time    24,175,000
    Schedule of Programs:
UU Infrastructure    22,000,000
Ogden Juvenile Courts    1,625,000
UVU Classroom Building    2,175,000
Item 53    To Capital Budget - Capital Improvements
From General Fund    (250,000)
From General Fund, One-time    15,000,000


From Education Fund, One-time    15,000,000
    Schedule of Programs:
Capital Improvements    29,750,000
    The Legislature intends that funds appropriated to the Capital Improvements line item be primarily used for infrastructure needs, including: HVAC, heating, air conditioning, plumbing, electrical, storm water, parking lots, and roofing.
    The Legislature further intends that the Division of Facilities Construction and Management report back on any funds not used for infrastructure needs to the Infrastructure and General Government Appropriations Subcommittee during the 2012 Interim.
Item 54    To Capital Budget - Property Acquisition
From Education Fund, One-time    2,500,000
    Schedule of Programs:
DXATC Land Purchase    2,500,000
State Board of Bonding Commissioners - Debt Service
Item 55    To State Board of Bonding Commissioners - Debt Service - Debt Service
From General Fund, One-time    15,252,400
From Transportation Investment Fund of 2005    51,935,800
From Centennial Highway Fund    (1,622,700)
From Transportation Fund Restricted - County of First Class State Hwy Fund    882,100
From Critical Highway Needs Fund    8,868,300
From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    (15,252,400)
    Schedule of Programs:
Debt Service    60,063,500
Revenue - Infrastructure & General Government
Item 56    To General Fund
From Nonlapsing Balances - Debt Service    15,252,400
    Schedule of Programs:
General Fund, One-time    15,252,400
Business, Economic Development, & Labor
Department of Community and Culture
Item 57    To Department of Community and Culture - Administration
From General Fund    (52,100)


From Dedicated Credits Revenue    (5,400)
    Schedule of Programs:
Executive Director's Office    4,500
Information Technology    (60,400)
Administrative Services    (1,600)
Item 58    To Department of Community and Culture - Historical Society
From Dedicated Credits Revenue    100
    Schedule of Programs:
State Historical Society    100
Item 59    To Department of Community and Culture - State History
From General Fund    700
From General Fund, One-time    300,000
    Schedule of Programs:
Administration    400
Historic Preservation and Antiquities    300
History Projects    300,000
Item 60    To Department of Community and Culture - Division of Arts and Museums
From General Fund    (700)
From General Fund, One-time    540,000
    Schedule of Programs:
Administration    600
Grants to Non-profits    540,000
Community Arts Outreach    (1,300)
Item 61    To Department of Community and Culture - State Library
From General Fund    1,700
From Federal Funds    1,300
From Dedicated Credits Revenue    2,900
    Schedule of Programs:
Blind and Disabled    6,500
Library Development    (600)
Item 62    To Department of Community and Culture - Indian Affairs
From General Fund    300
    Schedule of Programs:
Indian Affairs    300
Item 63    To Department of Community and Culture - Housing and Community Development


From General Fund    700
From General Fund, One-time    3,500,000
From Federal Funds    2,800
From Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act    850,000
From Dedicated Credits Revenue    1,030,400
From General Fund Restricted - Pamela Atkinson Homeless Account    500,000
From Permanent Community Impact    1,500
    Schedule of Programs:
Community Development Administration    2,000
Multicultural Affairs Commission    30,000
Community Development    2,000,400
Housing Development    700
Homeless Committee    1,999,900
HEAT    2,100
Weatherization Assistance    1,850,300
Item 64    To Department of Community and Culture - Community Development Capital Budget
From General Fund Restricted - Land Exchange Distribution Account    551,500
    Schedule of Programs:
Permanent Community Impact Board    551,500
Item 65    To Department of Community and Culture - Community Development Capital - Special Service Districts
From General Fund Restricted - Mineral Lease    66,200
    Schedule of Programs:
Special Service Districts    66,200
Governor's Office of Economic Development
Item 66    To Governor's Office of Economic Development - Administration
From General Fund    880,700
From General Fund, One-time    1,700,000
From Federal Funds    (250,000)
From Dedicated Credits Revenue    150,000
    Schedule of Programs:
Administration    2,480,700
Item 67    To Governor's Office of Economic Development - Office of Tourism
From General Fund    6,700
From Dedicated Credits Revenue    50,500


From General Fund Restricted - Tourism Marketing Performance    9,000,000
    Schedule of Programs:
Administration    4,900
Operations and Fulfillment    52,000
Marketing and Advertising    9,000,000
Film Commission    300
Item 68    To Governor's Office of Economic Development - Business Development
From General Fund    337,700
From General Fund, One-time    750,000
From General Fund Restricted - Industrial Assistance Account    26,500
    Schedule of Programs:
Business Creation    (2,493,400)
Business Growth    (4,779,100)
Corporate Recruitment and Incentives    (1,281,500)
Outreach and International Trade    4,427,500
Corporate Recruitment and Business Services    5,240,700
Utah State Tax Commission
Item 69    To Utah State Tax Commission - Tax Administration
From General Fund    156,400
From Education Fund    143,200
From Dedicated Credits Revenue    (1,700)
From General Fund Restricted - Sales and Use Tax Administration Fees    5,300
From General Fund Restricted - Tax Commission Administrative Charge    51,100
From General Fund Restricted - Tobacco Settlement Account    (58,300)
    Schedule of Programs:
Administration Division    7,600
Auditing Division    900
Technology Management    227,900
Tax Processing Division    49,000
Tax Payer Services    1,300
Property Tax Division    202,500
Motor Vehicles    (191,800)
Motor Vehicle Enforcement Division    (1,400)
Item 70    To Utah State Tax Commission - License Plates Production
From Dedicated Credits Revenue    100
    Schedule of Programs:


License Plates Production    100
Item 71    To Utah State Tax Commission - Liquor Profit Distribution
From General Fund Restricted-Alcoholic Beverage Enforcement & Treatment    (190,500)
    Schedule of Programs:
Liquor Profit Distribution    (190,500)
Utah Science Technology and Research Governing Authority
Item 72    To Utah Science Technology and Research Governing Authority
From General Fund    2,997,200
From General Fund, One-time    3,000,000
    Schedule of Programs:
Administration    (4,300)
Technology Outreach    1,500
Research Teams    6,000,000
Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control
Item 73    To Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control - Alcoholic Beverage Control
From Liquor Control Fund    38,900
    Schedule of Programs:
Executive Director    (184,000)
Administration    (4,217,700)
Operations    (293,900)
Warehouse and Distribution    1,730,100
Stores and Agencies    3,004,400
Labor Commission
Item 74    To Labor Commission
From General Fund    4,300
From Federal Funds    2,100
From General Fund Restricted - Industrial Accident Restricted Account    185,300
From General Fund Restricted - Workplace Safety    500
    Schedule of Programs:
Administration    127,900
Industrial Accidents    200
Adjudication    400
Boiler, Elevator and Coal Mine Safety Division    2,800
Anti-Discrimination and Labor    57,600
Utah Occupational Safety and Health    3,300
Department of Commerce


Item 75    To Department of Commerce - Commerce General Regulation
From General Fund Restricted - Commerce Service Account    6,900
From General Fund Restricted - Commerce Service Fund - Public Utilities Regulatory Fund    (1,600)
    Schedule of Programs:
Administration    (132,200)
Occupational & Professional Licensing    46,200
Securities    (1,200)
Consumer Protection    94,600
Corporations and Commercial Code    100
Real Estate    (600)
Public Utilities    (1,600)
Financial Institutions
Item 76    To Financial Institutions - Financial Institutions Administration
From General Fund Restricted - Financial Institutions    267,200
From General Fund Restricted - Financial Institutions, One-Time    157,600
    Schedule of Programs:
Administration    424,800
Insurance Department
Item 77    To Insurance Department - Insurance Department Administration
From Federal Funds    (100)
From General Fund Restricted - Insurance Department Account    4,000
From General Fund Restricted - Insurance Department Account, One-time    81,000
From General Fund Restricted - Insurance Fraud Investigation Account    (9,400)
From General Fund Restricted - Relative Value Study Account    (6,000)
From General Fund Restricted - Technology Development    (58,700)
    Schedule of Programs:
Administration    84,900
Relative Value Study    (6,000)
Insurance Fraud Program    (9,400)
Electronic Commerce Fee    (58,700)
Item 78    To Insurance Department - Title Insurance Program
From General Fund Restricted - Title Licensee    100
    Schedule of Programs:
Title Insurance Program    100
Public Service Commission
Item 79    To Public Service Commission


From General Fund Restricted - Commerce Service Fund - Public Utilities Regulatory Fund    711,100
    Schedule of Programs:
Administration    711,100
Item 80    To Public Service Commission - Universal Telecommunications Support Fund
From Universal Public Telecom Service Fund    (607,600)
    Schedule of Programs:
Universal Telecom Service Fund    (607,600)
Restricted Revenue - Business, Economic Development, & Labor
Item 81    To Tourism Marketing Performance Fund
From General Fund, One-time    9,000,000
    Schedule of Programs:
Tourism Marketing Performance Fund    9,000,000
Item 82    To General Fund Restricted - Pamela Atkinson Homeless Trust
From General Fund, One-time    500,000
    Schedule of Programs:
General Fund Restricted - Pamela Atkinson Homeless Trust    500,000
Social Services
Department of Health
Item 83    To Department of Health - Executive Director's Operations
From General Fund    25,200
From Federal Funds    21,000
From Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act    740,300
From Dedicated Credits Revenue    1,200
From General Fund Restricted - Kurt Oscarson Children's Organ Transplant    100
From Revenue Transfers - Within Agency    100
    Schedule of Programs:
Executive Director    25,900
Center for Health Data    743,000
Program Operations    19,000
    The Legislature intends the Department of Health, the Utah State Office of Rehabilitation and the Utah State Office of Education (Special Education) use funds previously transferred to support the UDDC information and referral phone/website to instead provide direct client services to individuals with disabilities. The Legislature further intends the Utah

Developmental Disability Council (UDDC), as a federally-established and federally-governed agency, use its federal funds to support its information and referral phone/website.
    All General Funds appropriated to the Department of Health - Executive Director's Operations line item are contingent upon expenditures from Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (H.R. 1, 111th United States Congress) not exceeding amounts appropriated from Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act in all appropriation bills passed for FY 2013. If expenditures in the Executive Director's Operations line item from Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act exceed amounts appropriated to the Executive Director's Operations line item from Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act in FY 2013, the Division of Finance shall reduce the General Fund allocations to the Executive Director's Operations line item by one dollar for every one dollar in Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act expenditures that exceed Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act appropriations.
    The Legislature intends the Department of Health, the Utah State Office of Rehabilitation and the Utah State Office of Education (Special Education) use funds previously transferred to support the Access Utah program to instead contract with a private human services directory database entity to provide a free information and referral service statewide for individuals with disabilities.
Item 84    To Department of Health - Family Health and Preparedness
From General Fund    3,800
From Federal Funds    5,200
From Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act    435,900
From Dedicated Credits Revenue    2,600
From Revenue Transfers - Human Services    (600)
From Revenue Transfers - Public Safety    300
From Revenue Transfers - Within Agency    1,000
From Revenue Transfers - Workforce Services    2,300


    Schedule of Programs:
Director's Office    500
Maternal and Child Health    3,500
Child Development    441,700
Children with Special Health Care Needs    1,400
Public Health Preparedness    (2,100)
Emergency Medical Services    2,700
Facility Licensure, Certification, and Resident Assessment    2,800
    All General Funds appropriated to the Department of Health - Family Health and Preparedness line item are contingent upon expenditures from Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (H.R. 1, 111th United States Congress) not exceeding amounts appropriated from Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act in all appropriation bills passed for FY 2013. If expenditures in the Family Health and Preparedness line item from Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act exceed amounts appropriated to the Family Health and Preparedness line item from Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act in FY 2013, the Division of Finance shall reduce the General Fund allocations to the Family Health and Preparedness line item by one dollar for every one dollar in Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act expenditures that exceed Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act appropriations.
Item 85    To Department of Health - Disease Control and Prevention
From General Fund    119,200
From Federal Funds    (5,400)
From Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act    81,700
From Dedicated Credits Revenue    (200)
From General Fund Restricted - State Lab Drug Testing Account    100
From General Fund Restricted - Tobacco Settlement Account    (2,411,300)
From Revenue Transfers - Workforce Services    (300)
    Schedule of Programs:
Director's Office    120,700
Health Promotion    (2,415,200)
Epidemiology    78,400


Office of the Medical Examiner    (200)
Forensic Toxicology    100
    All General Funds appropriated to the Department of Health - Disease Control and Prevention line item are contingent upon expenditures from Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (H.R. 1, 111th United States Congress) not exceeding amounts appropriated from Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act in all appropriation bills passed for FY 2013. If expenditures in the Disease Control and Prevention line item from Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act exceed amounts appropriated to the Disease Control and Prevention line item from Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act in FY 2013, the Division of Finance shall reduce the General Fund allocations to the Disease Control and Prevention line item by one dollar for every one dollar in Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act expenditures that exceed Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act appropriations.
Item 86    To Department of Health - Health Care Financing
From General Fund    726,600
From Federal Funds    2,910,100
From Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act    463,300
From Dedicated Credits Revenue    4,000
From General Fund Restricted - Nursing Care Facilities Account    56,100
    Schedule of Programs:
Director's Office    3,373,700
Financial Services    345,000
Medicaid Operations    (27,200)
Managed Health Care    156,300
Long-term Care    200
Contracts    10,300
Coverage and Reimbursement    1,700
Eligibility Policy    100
Other Seeded Services    300,000
    The Legislature intends that the Departments of Health and Human Services conduct a study to identify one or more

Medicaid home and community based waivers that could be expanded to save money or be cost neutral. The Departments shall submit their detailed proposals by September 1, 2012 to the Office of the Legislative Fiscal Analyst.
Item 87    To Department of Health - Medicaid Management Information System Replacement
    The Legislature intends that the Department of Health report quarterly to the Office of the Legislative Fiscal Analyst on the status of replacing the Medicaid Management Information System replacement beginning September 30, 2012. The reports should include, where applicable, the responses to any requests for proposals.
Item 88    To Department of Health - Children's Health Insurance Program
From General Fund    4,194,000
From Federal Funds    3,108,100
From General Fund Restricted - Tobacco Settlement Account    (737,100)
    Schedule of Programs:
Children's Health Insurance Program    6,565,000
Item 89    To Department of Health - Medicaid Mandatory Services
From General Fund    53,337,900
From General Fund, One-time    6,000,000
From Federal Funds    114,443,700
From General Fund Restricted - Nursing Care Facilities Account    740,700
    Schedule of Programs:
Managed Health Care    27,361,200
Nursing Home    5,255,600
Physician Services    2,514,000
Other Mandatory Services    139,391,500
    The Legislature intends that the Department of Health, in conjunction with the Department of Workforce Services and the Department of Human Services, use part of their appropriations to pursue obtaining CHIPRA Performance Bonuses if the Department of Health determines that it would be in the best financial interest of the state.
Item 90    To Department of Health - Medicaid Optional Services
From General Fund    18,614,900
From Federal Funds    16,889,900


From Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act    74,000,000
From General Fund Restricted - Nursing Care Facilities Account    1,197,000
From Transfers - Medicaid - Department of Human Services    6,790,700
    Schedule of Programs:
Pharmacy    (4,938,800)
Home and Community Based Waiver Services    11,357,100
Clawback Payments    5,800,000
Hospice Care Services    1,197,000
Other Optional Services    104,077,200
    The Legislature intends that the Department of Health fund the cost of covering emergency dental services for adults on Medicaid within existing appropriations up to $250,000 General Fund for FY 2013 as an offset for current emergency room expenditures. If existing appropriations prove to be insufficient, the Legislature intends that the Department of Health request funding in future years to cover the costs of providing these services. The Department shall report to the Office of the Legislative Fiscal Analyst by January 1, 2013 on the net cost of providing these services. The report shall include recommendations if the services should be continued.
Department of Workforce Services
Item 91    To Department of Workforce Services - Administration
From General Fund    13,400
From Federal Funds    49,500
From Revenue Transfers - Medicaid    2,000
    Schedule of Programs:
Executive Director's Office    55,300
Administrative Support    9,600
Item 92    To Department of Workforce Services - Operations and Policy
From General Fund    (507,200)
From Federal Funds    (254,400)
From Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act    6,187,900
From Dedicated Credits Revenue    234,300
From General Fund Restricted - Special Administrative Expense Account    7,980,000
From Unemployment Compensation Trust    7,713,100
From Revenue Transfers - Medicaid    (58,300)
    Schedule of Programs:


Information Technology    48,600
Workforce Development    17,582,100
Eligibility Services    (570,300)
Facilities and Pass-Through    1,500,000
Other Assistance    2,735,000
    The Legislature intends that the Department of Health, in conjunction with the Department of Workforce Services and the Department of Human Services, use part of their appropriations to pursue obtaining CHIPRA Performance Bonuses if the Department of Health determines that it would be in the best financial interest of the state.
    It is the intent of the Legislature that the Reed Act funds appropriated for FY 2013 to the Department of Workforce Services be used for workforce development and labor exchange activities.
Item 93    To Department of Workforce Services - General Assistance
From General Fund    (97,900)
    Schedule of Programs:
General Assistance    (97,900)
    The Legislature intends that the ongoing reduction of $97,900 beginning FY 2013 to the Department of Workforce Services General Assistance program be taken from the administration costs of the program.
Item 94    To Department of Workforce Services - Unemployment Insurance
From General Fund    385,300
From Federal Funds    (18,100)
From Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act    904,100
From Dedicated Credits Revenue    156,700
From General Fund Restricted - Special Administrative Expense Account    300,000
From Revenue Transfers - Medicaid    (200)
    Schedule of Programs:
Unemployment Insurance Administration    1,677,000
Adjudication    50,800
Item 95    To Department of Workforce Services - Unemployment Compensation Fund
From Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act    5,000,000
    Schedule of Programs:


Unemployment Compensation Fund    5,000,000
Department of Human Services
Item 96    To Department of Human Services - Executive Director Operations
From General Fund    (32,000)
From Federal Funds    23,400
From Revenue Transfers - Indirect Costs    (1,000)
From Revenue Transfers - Medicaid    (10,200)
From Revenue Transfers - Other Agencies    (400)
From Revenue Transfers - Within Agency    (800)
    Schedule of Programs:
Executive Director's Office    (10,600)
Legal Affairs    (18,800)
Information Technology    62,200
Fiscal Operations    (17,000)
Human Resources    (7,600)
Office of Services Review    (10,000)
Office of Licensing    (17,300)
Utah Developmental Disabilities Council    (1,900)
    The Legislature intends that the Department of Health, in conjunction with the Department of Workforce Services and the Department of Human Services, use part of their appropriations to pursue obtaining CHIPRA Performance Bonuses if the Department of Health determines that it would be in the best financial interest of the state.
    The Legislature intends the Department of Human Services report back during the 2013 General Session its progress regarding the following items found in the document titled Human Services - Follow Up on In-depth Budget Review affecting the department's Fiscal Year 2013 appropriated budget as reported to the Social Services Appropriations Subcommittee on January 25, 2012: item numbers 1, 2, 4, 6, 7, 8, 10, 12, 13, 14, and 15 of the Selected Major Recommendations and numbers 1, 2, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, and 14 of the remaining recommendations.
    The Legislature intends that the Departments of Health and Human Services conduct a study to identify one or more Medicaid home and community based waivers that could be

expanded to save money or be cost neutral. The Departments shall submit their detailed proposals by September 1, 2012 to the Office of the Legislative Fiscal Analyst.
    The Legislature intends the Department of Health, the Utah State Office of Rehabilitation and the Utah State Office of Education (Special Education) use funds previously transferred to support the UDDC information and referral phone/website to instead provide direct client services to individuals with disabilities. The Legislature further intends the Utah Developmental Disability Council (UDDC), as a federally-established and federally-governed agency, use its federal funds to support its information and referral phone/website.
    The Legislature intends the Department of Health, the Utah State Office of Rehabilitation and the Utah State Office of Education (Special Education) use funds previously transferred to support the Access Utah program to instead contract with a private human services directory database entity to provide a free information and referral service statewide for individuals with disabilities.
Item 97    To Department of Human Services - Division of Substance Abuse and Mental Health
From General Fund    2,072,900
From General Fund, One-time    3,500,000
From Federal Funds    (400,600)
From Dedicated Credits Revenue    (3,300)
From Revenue Transfers - Medicaid    (257,600)
    Schedule of Programs:
Administration - DSAMH    (39,100)
Community Mental Health Services    3,358,300
State Hospital    1,040,000
State Substance Abuse Services    800
Drug Offender Reform Act (DORA)    551,400
    The Legislature intends the DORA (Drug Offender Reform Act) program report to the Office of the Legislative Fiscal Analyst by September 1, 2012 regarding how it has implemented the five strategies intended to strengthen the

DORA program recommended by the Utah Criminal Justice Center in its November 2011 Drug Offender Reform Act: DORA Statewide Report. If these strategies have not been implemented, the Legislature further intends the DORA program provide specifically why each recommendation has not been adopted.
    The Legislature intends the Division of Substance Abuse and Mental Health and Salt Lake County report to the Office of the Legislative Fiscal Analyst by September 1, 2012 regarding current Salt Lake County efforts to reduce inpatient placements in both community inpatient hospital settings and the Utah State Hospital for individuals with mental illness in order to maintain individuals in the least restrictive and most enabling settings.
    The Legislature intends that the FY 2013 appropriation increase of $551,400 for DORA be used to treat probationers, and that the DORA Oversight Committee, the Division of Substance Abuse and Mental Health, and the Department of Corrections, in cooperation with the Utah Association of Counties, study and develop recommendations to the Legislature for expansion of treatment and supervision models for DORA parolees in future years.
Item 98    To Department of Human Services - Division of Services for People with Disabilities
From General Fund    7,909,700
From General Fund, One-time    1,153,300
From Federal Funds    (1,300)
From Dedicated Credits Revenue    (1,900)
From Revenue Transfers - Medicaid    5,138,200
    Schedule of Programs:
Administration - DSPD    (24,800)
Service Delivery    (12,600)
Utah State Developmental Center    (53,700)
Community Supports Waiver    14,289,100
    The Legislature intends the Division of Services for People with Disabilities (DSPD) develop several options to measure the safety of individuals in its care and bring these measures

back to the Subcommittee for review and input during one of its 2012 interim meetings. After receiving input from the Subcommittee, DSPD begin to report the measure regarding safety of individuals in its care in the Output and Outcome Measures report provided annually to the Social Services Appropriations Subcommittee.
    The Legislature intends the Division of Services for People with Disabilities (DSPD), in consultation with stakeholders, providers, and the state Medicaid agency, explore options for a tier approach for individuals waiting for services to be utilized as an alternative or in addition to programs currently funded as part of the FY 2013 DSPD appropriations. It is further the intent of the Legislature that these efforts, along with recommendations, be reported back to the Social Services Appropriations subcommittee by January 2013.
Item 99    To Department of Human Services - Office of Recovery Services
From General Fund    (180,200)
From Federal Funds    (212,100)
From Revenue Transfers - Medicaid    (24,600)
    Schedule of Programs:
Financial Services    6,800
Electronic Technology    (415,500)
Attorney General Contract    (8,200)
Item 100    To Department of Human Services - Division of Child and Family Services
From General Fund    657,200
From Federal Funds    (278,600)
From Revenue Transfers - Medicaid    (220,300)
    Schedule of Programs:
Administration - DCFS    (31,900)
Service Delivery    (37,400)
Out-of-Home Care    449,700
Facility-based Services    700
Minor Grants    (600)
Domestic Violence    (2,300)
Child Welfare Management Information System    (219,900)
    The Legislature intends the Department of Human Services

and the Division of Child and Family Services (DCFS) report back during the 2013 General Session actions and progress regarding the following items from the Auditor General's audit of DCFS and the affect of these items on the DCFS Fiscal Year 2013 appropriated budget: 1) the mixture of in-home services compared to out-of-home services; 2) progress on policies, training, and implementation of enhancements to in-home services; 3) funding by program as shown in audit figure 1.2 with enhanced information regarding annual numbers served and the cost per individual served; 4) trends of in-home and foster care services as shown in audit figures 2.1 and 2.3; 5) cost and utilization of foster care services by region as shown in audit figures 3.1 and 3.2; 6) inter-region placements and use of courtesy worker visits by region as shown in audit figure 5.1; 7) number of full-time equivalent (FTE) positions that staff all child protective services, in-home, and foster care cases on the last day of the fiscal year as a percentage of all FTEs shown by region; 8) annualized subsidy cost per adoption by region as shown in audit figure 6.6; 9) regular review, monitoring, and reevaluation of the appropriateness of all foster care placements; 10) review of staffing practices among the division's five regions to ensure accurate caseload calculations; and 11) adoption subsidy policies and funding practices to bring more consistency to regional practices.
    The Legislature intends the Division of Child and Family Services (DCFS) report to the Office of the Legislative Fiscal Analyst (LFA) by September 1, 2012 regarding lowering its front line worker turnover rates, including child protective service, foster care, and in-home service workers. The Legislature further intends DCFS report information regarding its current tracking of worker turnover by category and by region and provide to the LFA a range of strategies that could be implemented within existing DCFS budgets to reduce turnover for critical frontline workers. The Legislature further intends DCFS report to the LFA by September 1, 2012 exit information it currently collects by worker category and by region regarding why frontline workers leave their positions

and where workers go after leaving these positions.
Item 101    To Department of Human Services - Division of Aging and Adult Services
From General Fund    41,100
From General Fund, One-time    250,000
From Federal Funds    (5,700)
From Dedicated Credits Revenue    (700)
From Revenue Transfers - Medicaid    (59,100)
    Schedule of Programs:
Administration - DAAS    (10,500)
Local Government Grants - Formula Funds    250,000
Adult Protective Services    (11,600)
Aging Waiver Services    (2,000)
Aging Alternatives    (300)
State Board of Education
Item 102    To State Board of Education - State Office of Rehabilitation
From Education Fund    696,500
From Education Fund, One-time    200,000
From Federal Funds    223,300
    Schedule of Programs:
Executive Director    (1,900)
Blind and Visually Impaired    288,600
Rehabilitation Services    770,500
Disability Determination    2,100
Deaf and Hard of Hearing    60,500
    The Legislature intends the Department of Health, the Utah State Office of Rehabilitation and the Utah State Office of Education (Special Education) use funds previously transferred to support the UDDC information and referral phone/website to instead provide direct client services to individuals with disabilities. The Legislature further intends the Utah Developmental Disability Council (UDDC), as a federally-established and federally-governed agency, use its federal funds to support its information and referral phone/website.
    The Legislature intends the Department of Health, the Utah State Office of Rehabilitation and the Utah State Office of

Education (Special Education) use funds previously transferred to support the Access Utah program to instead contract with a private human services directory database entity to provide a free information and referral service statewide for individuals with disabilities.
Higher Education
University of Utah
Item 103    To University of Utah - Education and General
From General Fund    (60,483,200)
From General Fund, One-time    (20,432,100)
From Education Fund    62,536,400
From Education Fund, One-time    20,000,000
From Dedicated Credits Revenue    21,400
    Schedule of Programs:
Education and General    1,642,500
    The Legislature intends that appropriations in this item be utilized by institutions to implement provisions in accordance with Senate Bill 97, Higher Education Mission Based Funding (2011 General Session). Consideration should be given to: student plans and tracking of student progress, requirements that students take general education courses early in their college experience, increasing the availability of courses to meet students' schedules and situations, arresting the inflationary cost increases of tuition, fees, and books, and retention and completion measures.
Item 104    To University of Utah - Educationally Disadvantaged
From General Fund    (2,000)
    Schedule of Programs:
Educationally Disadvantaged    (2,000)
Item 105    To University of Utah - School of Medicine
From General Fund    (49,800)
    Schedule of Programs:
School of Medicine    (49,800)
Item 106    To University of Utah - University Hospital
From General Fund    (6,100)
    Schedule of Programs:
University Hospital    (7,200)


Miners' Hospital    1,100
Item 107    To University of Utah - Regional Dental Education Program
From General Fund    (1,200)
    Schedule of Programs:
Regional Dental Education Program    (1,200)
Item 108    To University of Utah - Public Service
From General Fund    (640,400)
    Schedule of Programs:
Seismograph Stations    (1,500)
Museum of Natural History    (638,700)
State Arboretum    (200)
Item 109    To University of Utah - Statewide TV Administration
From General Fund    (2,400)
    Schedule of Programs:
Public Broadcasting    (2,400)
Item 110    To University of Utah - Utah Tele-Health Network
From General Fund    (1,400)
    Schedule of Programs:
Utah Tele-Health Network    (1,400)
Utah State University
Item 111    To Utah State University - Education and General
From General Fund    3,221,800
From General Fund, One-time    (797,000)
From Education Fund    (10,400)
From Dedicated Credits Revenue    (16,500)
    Schedule of Programs:
Education and General    2,397,900
    The Legislature intends that appropriations in this item be utilized by institutions to implement provisions in accordance with Senate Bill 97, Higher Education Mission Based Funding (2011 General Session). Consideration should be given to: student plans and tracking of student progress, requirements that students take general education courses early in their college experience, increasing the availability of courses to meet students' schedules and situations, arresting the inflationary cost increases of tuition, fees, and books, and retention and completion measures.


Item 112    To Utah State University - CEU - Education and General
From General Fund    15,400
From Education Fund    100
From Dedicated Credits Revenue    100
    Schedule of Programs:
CEU - Education and General    15,600
Item 113    To Utah State University - Educationally Disadvantaged
From General Fund    (400)
    Schedule of Programs:
Educationally Disadvantaged    (400)
Item 114    To Utah State University - CEU - Career and Technical Education
From General Fund    (27,400)
    Schedule of Programs:
CEU - Career and Technical Education    (27,400)
Item 115    To Utah State University - Uintah Basin Regional Campus
From General Fund    154,200
    Schedule of Programs:
Uintah Basin Regional Campus    154,200
Item 116    To Utah State University - Southeastern Continuing Education Center
From General Fund    71,200
    Schedule of Programs:
Southeastern Continuing Education Center    71,200
Item 117    To Utah State University - Brigham City Regional Campus
From General Fund    (223,300)
    Schedule of Programs:
Brigham City Regional Campus    (223,300)
Item 118    To Utah State University - Tooele Regional Campus
From General Fund    37,600
    Schedule of Programs:
Tooele Regional Campus    37,600
Item 119    To Utah State University - Water Research Laboratory
From General Fund    (8,000)
    Schedule of Programs:
Water Research Laboratory    (8,000)
Item 120    To Utah State University - Agriculture Experiment Station
From General Fund    (133,000)


    Schedule of Programs:
Agriculture Experiment Station    (133,000)
Item 121    To Utah State University - Cooperative Extension
From General Fund    (100,500)
    Schedule of Programs:
Cooperative Extension    (100,500)
Item 122    To Utah State University - Prehistoric Museum
From General Fund    (4,800)
    Schedule of Programs:
Prehistoric Museum    (4,800)
Item 123    To Utah State University - San Juan Center
From General Fund    104,600
    Schedule of Programs:
San Juan Center    104,600
Weber State University
Item 124    To Weber State University - Education and General
From General Fund    1,584,500
From General Fund, One-time    (725,000)
From Education Fund    (900)
From Dedicated Credits Revenue    (2,300)
    Schedule of Programs:
Education and General    856,300
    The Legislature intends that appropriations in this item be utilized by institutions to implement provisions in accordance with Senate Bill 97, Higher Education Mission Based Funding (2011 General Session). Consideration should be given to: student plans and tracking of student progress, requirements that students take general education courses early in their college experience, increasing the availability of courses to meet students' schedules and situations, arresting the inflationary cost increases of tuition, fees, and books, and retention and completion measures.
Item 125    To Weber State University - Educationally Disadvantaged
From General Fund    600
    Schedule of Programs:
Educationally Disadvantaged    600
Southern Utah University


Item 126    To Southern Utah University - Education and General
From General Fund    428,000
From Education Fund    (800)
From Dedicated Credits Revenue    (3,400)
    Schedule of Programs:
Education and General    423,800
    The Legislature intends that appropriations in this item be utilized by institutions to implement provisions in accordance with Senate Bill 97, Higher Education Mission Based Funding (2011 General Session). Consideration should be given to: student plans and tracking of student progress, requirements that students take general education courses early in their college experience, increasing the availability of courses to meet students' schedules and situations, arresting the inflationary cost increases of tuition, fees, and books, and retention and completion measures.
Item 127    To Southern Utah University - Rural Development
From General Fund    (500)
    Schedule of Programs:
Rural Development    (500)
Utah Valley University
Item 128    To Utah Valley University - Education and General
From General Fund    1,869,800
From Education Fund    (800)
From Dedicated Credits Revenue    (3,300)
    Schedule of Programs:
Education and General    1,865,700
    The Legislature intends that appropriations in this item be utilized by institutions to implement provisions in accordance with Senate Bill 97, Higher Education Mission Based Funding (2011 General Session). Consideration should be given to: student plans and tracking of student progress, requirements that students take general education courses early in their college experience, increasing the availability of courses to meet students' schedules and situations, arresting the inflationary cost increases of tuition, fees, and books, and retention and completion measures.


Item 129    To Utah Valley University - Educationally Disadvantaged
From General Fund    (200)
    Schedule of Programs:
Educationally Disadvantaged    (200)
Snow College
Item 130    To Snow College - Education and General
From General Fund    101,000
From Education Fund    100
From Dedicated Credits Revenue    300
    Schedule of Programs:
Education and General    101,400
    The Legislature intends that appropriations in this item be utilized by institutions to implement provisions in accordance with Senate Bill 97, Higher Education Mission Based Funding (2011 General Session). Consideration should be given to: student plans and tracking of student progress, requirements that students take general education courses early in their college experience, increasing the availability of courses to meet students' schedules and situations, arresting the inflationary cost increases of tuition, fees, and books, and retention and completion measures.
Item 131    To Snow College - Career and Technical Education
From General Fund    1,700
    Schedule of Programs:
Career and Technical Education    1,700
Dixie State College of Utah
Item 132    To Dixie State College of Utah - Education and General
From General Fund    454,600
From General Fund, One-time    200,000
From Education Fund    100
From Dedicated Credits Revenue    200
    Schedule of Programs:
Education and General    654,900
    The Legislature intends that appropriations in this item be utilized by institutions to implement provisions in accordance with Senate Bill 97, Higher Education Mission Based Funding (2011 General Session). Consideration should be given to:

student plans and tracking of student progress, requirements that students take general education courses early in their college experience, increasing the availability of courses to meet students' schedules and situations, arresting the inflationary cost increases of tuition, fees, and books, and retention and completion measures.
Salt Lake Community College
Item 133    To Salt Lake Community College - Education and General
From General Fund    1,779,800
From General Fund, One-time    (463,600)
From Education Fund    (1,400)
From Dedicated Credits Revenue    (3,000)
    Schedule of Programs:
Education and General    1,311,800
    The Legislature intends that appropriations in this item be utilized by institutions to implement provisions in accordance with Senate Bill 97, Higher Education Mission Based Funding (2011 General Session). Consideration should be given to: student plans and tracking of student progress, requirements that students take general education courses early in their college experience, increasing the availability of courses to meet students' schedules and situations, arresting the inflationary cost increases of tuition, fees, and books, and retention and completion measures.
Item 134    To Salt Lake Community College - School of Applied Technology
From General Fund    6,500
    Schedule of Programs:
School of Applied Technology    6,500
State Board of Regents
Item 135    To State Board of Regents - Administration
From General Fund    143,500
    Schedule of Programs:
Administration    143,500
Item 136    To State Board of Regents - Student Assistance
From General Fund    1,000,000
From Education Fund, One-time    750,000
    Schedule of Programs:


Regents' Scholarship    1,000,000
Success Stipend    750,000
Item 137    To State Board of Regents - Student Support
From Education Fund    20,000
    Schedule of Programs:
Prison Recidivism    21,200
Services for Hearing Impaired Students    (1,200)
Item 138    To State Board of Regents - Technology
From General Fund, One-time    950,000
    Schedule of Programs:
Higher Education Technology Initiative    950,000
Item 139    To State Board of Regents - Economic Development
From General Fund    2,500,000
    Schedule of Programs:
Engineering Initiative    2,500,000
Item 140    To State Board of Regents - Education Excellence
From General Fund, One-time    1,000,000
    Schedule of Programs:
Education Excellence    1,000,000
Utah College of Applied Technology
Item 141    To Utah College of Applied Technology - Bridgerland Applied Technology College
From Education Fund    349,500
From Dedicated Credits Revenue    (100)
    Schedule of Programs:
Bridgerland Applied Technology College    349,400
Item 142    To Utah College of Applied Technology - Davis Applied Technology College
From General Fund    330,000
From Education Fund    350,400
From Dedicated Credits Revenue    (100)
    Schedule of Programs:
Davis Applied Technology College    680,300
Item 143    To Utah College of Applied Technology - Dixie Applied Technology College
From Education Fund    251,200
    Schedule of Programs:


Dixie Applied Technology College    251,200
Item 144    To Utah College of Applied Technology - Mountainland Applied Technology College
From Education Fund    329,800
    Schedule of Programs:
Mountainland Applied Technology College    329,800
Item 145    To Utah College of Applied Technology - Ogden/Weber Applied Technology College
From Education Fund    342,000
From Dedicated Credits Revenue    200
    Schedule of Programs:
Ogden/Weber Applied Technology College    342,200
Item 146    To Utah College of Applied Technology - Southwest Applied Technology College
From Education Fund    253,000
From Dedicated Credits Revenue    (200)
    Schedule of Programs:
Southwest Applied Technology College    252,800
Item 147    To Utah College of Applied Technology - Tooele Applied Technology College
From General Fund    569,000
From General Fund, One-time    (426,800)
From Education Fund    249,500
    Schedule of Programs:
Tooele Applied Technology College    391,700
Item 148    To Utah College of Applied Technology - Uintah Basin Applied Technology College
From Education Fund    321,800
From Dedicated Credits Revenue    8,300
    Schedule of Programs:
Uintah Basin Applied Technology College    330,100
Utah Education Network
Item 149    To Utah Education Network
From Education Fund    250,300
    Schedule of Programs:
Administration    250,000
Operations and Maintenance    300


Medical Education Council
Item 150    To Medical Education Council
From General Fund    100
From Dedicated Credits Revenue    100
    Schedule of Programs:
Medical Education Council    200
Natural Resources, Agriculture, & Environmental Quality
Department of Natural Resources
Item 151    To Department of Natural Resources - Administration
From General Fund    35,400
    Schedule of Programs:
Executive Director    (1,800)
Administrative Services    38,800
Law Enforcement    (1,600)
    The Legislature intends that $50,000 be transferred to the Bear Lake Regional Commission to be used for watershed improvement projects.
    The Legislature intends that the Department of Natural Resources and SITLA will work with DFCM to identify a location for a future regional office in the Richfield area and a source of funding for the facility. The Legislature further intends that an economic analysis of the project will be performed and the results will be reported to the Natural Resources, Agriculture, and Environmental Quality Appropriations Subcommittee on its findings by no later than October 30, 2012.
Item 152    To Department of Natural Resources - Species Protection
From General Fund Restricted - Species Protection    (1,600)
    Schedule of Programs:
Species Protection    (1,600)
Item 153    To Department of Natural Resources - Forestry, Fire and State Lands
From General Fund    4,600
From Federal Funds    (600)
From Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act    525,000
From Dedicated Credits Revenue    (300)
From General Fund Restricted - Sovereign Land Management    2,367,200


    Schedule of Programs:
Division Administration    7,900
Fire Management    (600)
Lands Management    (500)
Program Delivery    609,100
Project Management    2,280,000
Item 154    To Department of Natural Resources - Oil, Gas and Mining
From General Fund    (6,400)
From Federal Funds    (8,900)
From General Fund Restricted - Oil & Gas Conservation Account    133,500
    Schedule of Programs:
Administration    (25,600)
Oil and Gas Conservation    143,800
Item 155    To Department of Natural Resources - Wildlife Resources
From General Fund    132,600
From General Fund, One-time    225,000
From Federal Funds    57,800
From Dedicated Credits Revenue    100
From General Fund Restricted - Wildlife Resources    146,500
From Revenue Transfers    200
    Schedule of Programs:
Director's Office    227,700
Administrative Services    11,100
Conservation Outreach    3,600
Law Enforcement    112,100
Habitat Section    24,400
Wildlife Section    137,900
Aquatic Section    45,400
    The Legislature intends that up to $140,000 be spent on livestock damage. $90,000 will be from the General Fund and up to $50,000 will be from the General Fund Restricted - Wildlife Resources account.
    The Legislature intends that up to $700,000 of Wildlife Resources budget may be used for big game depredation expenses. The Legislature also intends that half of these funds be from the General Fund Restricted - Wildlife Resources account and half from the General Fund. The Legislature

further intends that this appropriation shall not lapse at the close of FY 2013.
Item 156    To Department of Natural Resources - Parks and Recreation
From General Fund    51,600
From Federal Funds    1,700
From Dedicated Credits Revenue    2,300
From General Fund Restricted - Boating    (18,800)
From General Fund Restricted - Off-highway Vehicle    1,256,400
From General Fund Restricted - State Park Fees    2,043,100
    Schedule of Programs:
Park Operation Management    3,307,600
Planning and Design    4,900
Support Services    (27,400)
Recreation Services    1,200
Park Management Contracts    50,000
    The Legislature intends that the Division of Parks and Recreation complete its study of state owned golf course management, including completion of a study by the National Golf Foundation, and upon completion of the study, the division will provide recommendations on whether to contract for non-governmental management of state owned golf courses through the issuance of a request for proposal (RFP). The Legislature further intends that the division report to the Natural Resources, Agriculture, and Environmental Quality Appropriations Subcommittee on its findings by no later than October 30, 2012.
    The Legislature intends that the $50,000 appropriation increase for This Is the Place Heritage Park be transferred to the park only after the park has received matching funds of at least $50,000 from Salt Lake City and at least $50,000 from Salt Lake County.
Item 157    To Department of Natural Resources - Parks and Recreation Capital Budget
From General Fund, One-time    250,000
From General Fund Restricted - Off-highway Vehicle    388,700
From General Fund Restricted - State Park Fees    862,000
    Schedule of Programs:


Renovation and Development    1,200,700
Major Renovation    300,000
    The Legislature intends that the proceeds of the hunts for bison, deer and Bighorn sheep on Antelope Island, up to the amount of $300,000, be used on Antelope Island State Park. Both conservation and regular hunts will be coordinated through a cooperative agreement between the Division of State Parks and the Division of Wildlife Resources.
Item 158    To Department of Natural Resources - Utah Geological Survey
From General Fund    (63,600)
From Federal Funds    (237,300)
From Dedicated Credits Revenue    (89,900)
From General Fund Restricted - Mineral Lease    500
From General Fund Restricted - Land Exchange Distribution Account    (1,100)
    Schedule of Programs:
Administration    (1,000)
Technical Services    (1,200)
Geologic Hazards    800
Geologic Mapping    1,100
Ground Water and Paleontology    (2,400)
Utah State Energy Program    (388,700)
Item 159    To Department of Natural Resources - Water Resources
From General Fund    150,100
From Water Resources Conservation and Development Fund    (5,400)
    Schedule of Programs:
Administration    150,000
Planning    100
Construction    (5,400)
Item 160    To Department of Natural Resources - Water Rights
From General Fund    192,100
From Dedicated Credits Revenue    1,200
    Schedule of Programs:
Administration    91,100
Field Services    2,200
Technical Services    95,500
Regional Offices    4,500
    The Legislature intends that the Department of Natural

Resources study water rights issues and report to the Natural Resources, Agriculture, and Environment Interim Committee on or before their October 2012 meeting.
Department of Environmental Quality
Item 161    To Department of Environmental Quality - Environmental Quality
From General Fund    (10,596,200)
From Federal Funds    (19,682,500)
From Dedicated Credits Revenue    (8,766,500)
From General Fund Restricted - Environmental Quality    (6,510,000)
From General Fund Restricted - Underground Wastewater System    (76,000)
From General Fund Restricted - Used Oil Collection Administration    (746,400)
From General Fund Restricted - Voluntary Cleanup    (623,200)
From Water Development Security Fund - Drinking Water Loan Program    (142,200)
From Water Development Security Fund - Drinking Water Origination Fee    (199,300)
From Water Development Security Fund - Utah Wastewater Loan Program    (1,307,800)
From Water Development Security Fund - Water Quality Origination Fee    (75,600)
From Expendable Trust - Petroleum Storage Tank    (1,306,000)
From Waste Tire Recycling Fund    (130,300)
From Clean Fuel Conversion Fund    (109,900)
From Petroleum Storage Tank Account    (50,000)
From Petroleum Storage Tank Loan    (162,700)
From Revenue Transfers - Within Agency    (385,200)
    Schedule of Programs:
Director's Office    (4,528,200)
Air Quality    (12,111,100)
Environmental Response/Remediation    (8,969,200)
Radiation Control    (3,796,000)
Water Quality    (9,596,600)
Drinking Water    (4,840,900)
Solid and Hazardous Waste    (7,027,800)
Item 162    To Department of Environmental Quality - Executive Director's Office
From General Fund    1,246,000
From General Fund, One-time    150,000
From Federal Funds    213,900
From General Fund Restricted - Environmental Quality    732,500
From Revenue Transfers - Within Agency    2,332,800


    Schedule of Programs:
Executive Director's Office    4,675,200
Item 163    To Department of Environmental Quality - Air Quality
From General Fund    3,697,700
From Federal Funds    4,307,900
From Dedicated Credits Revenue    4,829,200
From Clean Fuel Conversion Fund    109,900
From Revenue Transfers - Within Agency    (884,500)
    Schedule of Programs:
Air Quality    12,060,200
Item 164    To Department of Environmental Quality - Radiation Control
From General Fund    878,600
From Federal Funds    115,700
From Dedicated Credits Revenue    233,300
From General Fund Restricted - Environmental Quality    2,583,300
From Revenue Transfers - Within Agency    (18,700)
    Schedule of Programs:
Radiation Control    3,792,200
Item 165    To Department of Environmental Quality - Drinking Water
From General Fund    1,018,600
From Federal Funds    3,638,400
From Dedicated Credits Revenue    157,500
From Water Development Security Fund - Drinking Water Loan Program    142,200
From Water Development Security Fund - Drinking Water Origination Fee    199,400
From Revenue Transfers - Within Agency    (312,300)
    Schedule of Programs:
Drinking Water    4,843,800
Item 166    To Department of Environmental Quality - Water Quality
From General Fund    2,814,600
From Federal Funds    4,317,400
From Dedicated Credits Revenue    957,300
From General Fund Restricted - Environmental Quality    100
From General Fund Restricted - Underground Wastewater System    76,000
From Water Development Security Fund - Utah Wastewater Loan Program    1,307,800
From Water Development Security Fund - Water Quality Origination Fee    75,300
From Revenue Transfers - Within Agency    (800)
    Schedule of Programs:


Water Quality    9,547,700
Item 167    To Department of Environmental Quality - Solid and Hazardous Waste
From Federal Funds    1,259,700
From Dedicated Credits Revenue    1,984,700
From General Fund Restricted - Environmental Quality    3,189,600
From General Fund Restricted - Used Oil Collection Administration    746,500
From Waste Tire Recycling Fund    130,300
From Revenue Transfers - Within Agency    (279,400)
    Schedule of Programs:
Solid and Hazardous Waste    7,031,400
Item 168    To Department of Environmental Quality - Environmental Response and Remediation
From General Fund    713,100
From Federal Funds    5,832,100
From Dedicated Credits Revenue    604,800
From General Fund Restricted - Environmental Quality    (200)
From General Fund Restricted - Voluntary Cleanup    623,300
From Expendable Trust - Petroleum Storage Tank    1,307,200
From Petroleum Storage Tank Account    50,000
From Petroleum Storage Tank Loan    162,800
From Revenue Transfers - Within Agency    (451,900)
    Schedule of Programs:
Environmental Response and Remediation    8,841,200
Item 169    To Department of Environmental Quality - Hazardous Substance Mitigation Fund
From General Fund Restricted - Environmental Quality    400,000
    Schedule of Programs:
Hazardous Substance Mitigation Fund    400,000
Public Lands Policy Coordinating Office
Item 170    To Public Lands Policy Coordinating Office
From General Fund    (5,600)
From General Fund Restricted - Constitutional Defense    (5,200)
    Schedule of Programs:
Public Lands Office    (10,800)
Governor's Office
Item 171    To Governor's Office - Office of Energy Development


From General Fund    961,500
From General Fund, One-time    70,000
From Federal Funds    237,500
From Dedicated Credits Revenue    89,700
    Schedule of Programs:
Office of Energy Development    1,358,700
Department of Agriculture and Food
Item 172    To Department of Agriculture and Food - Administration
From General Fund    21,700
From Federal Funds    125,000
From Dedicated Credits Revenue    1,700
From General Fund Restricted - Livestock Brand    6,300
From Agriculture Resource Development Fund    800
    Schedule of Programs:
General Administration    (11,400)
Meat Inspection    33,300
Animal Health    200
Plant Industry    8,200
Regulatory Services    114,500
Brand Inspection    10,400
Environmental Quality    2,100
Grain Inspection    (1,400)
Insect Infestation    (2,800)
Marketing and Development    200
Grazing Improvement    2,200
    The Legislature intends that the Department of Agriculture and Food purchase five vehicles in FY 2013 for use in the department.
Item 173    To Department of Agriculture and Food - Predatory Animal Control
From General Fund    25,700
From General Fund Restricted - Agriculture and Wildlife Damage Prevention    19,400
    Schedule of Programs:
Predatory Animal Control    45,100
Item 174    To Department of Agriculture and Food - Resource Conservation
From General Fund    100
    Schedule of Programs:


Resource Conservation Administration    100
    The Legislature intends that the Department of Agriculture and Food and the Utah Association of Conservation Districts provide a detailed report to the Natural Resources, Agriculture, and Environmental Quality Appropriations Subcommittee no later than November 30, 2012 on how the funding for Agricultural Resource Development Loan (ARDL), Grazing Improvement Projects (GIP), and Conservation District support has been spent.
Item 175    To Department of Agriculture and Food - Rangeland Improvement
From General Fund Restricted - Rangeland Improvement Account    104,600
    Schedule of Programs:
Rangeland Improvement    104,600
School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration
Item 176    To School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration
From Land Grant Management Fund    104,600
From Land Grant Management Fund, One-time    346,300
    Schedule of Programs:
Director    300,500
Administration    1,500
Oil and Gas    96,900
Mining    1,100
Surface    51,300
Development - Operating    (3,500)
Legal/Contracts    (300)
Data Processing    (200)
Grazing and Forestry    3,600
Item 177    To School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration - Land Stewardship and Restoration
From Land Grant Management Fund    500,000
    Schedule of Programs:
Land Stewardship and Restoration    500,000
Item 178    To School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration - School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration Capital
From Land Grant Management Fund    (500,000)
    Schedule of Programs:
Capital    (500,000)


Restricted Revenue - Natural Resources, Agriculture, & Environmental Quality
Item 179    To General Fund Restricted - Constitutional Defense Restricted Account
From General Fund Restricted - Land Exchange Distribution Account    72,200
    Schedule of Programs:
Constitutional Defense Restricted Account    72,200
Public Education
Revenue - Public Education
Item 180    To Education Fund
From Nonlasping Balances - MSP - Basic Program    13,000,000
From Nonlasping Balances - MSP - Voted and Board Leeways    12,000,000
    Schedule of Programs:
Education Fund, One-time    25,000,000
Retirement & Independent Entities
Career Service Review Office
Item 181    To Career Service Review Office
From General Fund    15,000
    Schedule of Programs:
Career Service Review Office    15,000
Department of Human Resource Management
Item 182    To Department of Human Resource Management - Human Resource Management
From General Fund    56,900
    Schedule of Programs:
Administration    1,400
Information Technology    55,500
Executive Appropriations
Utah National Guard
Item 183    To Utah National Guard
From General Fund    682,300
From Federal Funds    294,700
    Schedule of Programs:
Administration    500,000
Armory Maintenance    477,000
    The Legislature intends that the National Guard has permission to increase its vehicle fleet by one vehicle in FY 2013 by using appropriated federal funds for that increase.


Department of Veterans' Affairs
Item 184    To Department of Veterans' Affairs - Veterans' Affairs
From General Fund    393,200
From General Fund, One-time    1,100,000
    Schedule of Programs:
Administration    200,200
Cemetery    200
Nursing Home    1,292,800
Capitol Preservation Board
Item 185    To Capitol Preservation Board
From General Fund    500,000
From Dedicated Credits Revenue    (5,600)
    Schedule of Programs:
Capitol Preservation Board    494,400
Legislature
Item 186    To Legislature - Senate
From General Fund    81,400
    Schedule of Programs:
Administration    81,400
Item 187    To Legislature - House of Representatives
From General Fund    122,800
    Schedule of Programs:
Administration    122,800
Item 188    To Legislature - Office of the Legislative Auditor General
From General Fund    33,600
    Schedule of Programs:
Administration    33,600
Item 189    To Legislature - Office of the Legislative Fiscal Analyst
From General Fund    (168,500)
    Schedule of Programs:
Administration and Research    (168,500)
Item 190    To Legislature - Legislative Printing
From General Fund    3,400
    Schedule of Programs:
Administration    3,400
Item 191    To Legislature - Office of Legislative Research and General Counsel


From General Fund    179,100
    Schedule of Programs:
Administration    179,100
    Section 2. Under the terms and conditions of Utah Code Title 63J Chapter 1, the following fees are approved for the use and support of the government of the State of Utah for the Fiscal Year beginning July 1, 2012 and ending June 30, 2013.
Executive Offices & Criminal Justice
Governor's Office
    In accordance with Section 63J-1-504 the following fees are approved for the Governor's Office for fiscal year 2013.
Lt. Governor's Office
Notary Commission Filing Fee    45.00
Duplicate Notary Commission Fee    15.00
Domestic Notary Certification Fee    15.00
Notary Testing Fee    30.00
Apostil Fee    15.00
Non Apostil Fee    15.00
Lobbyist Registration Fee    100.00
Authentication Fee within two hours if presented before 3:00 p.m.    50.00
Authentication Fee end of next business day    25.00
International Postage    10.00
Copy of Lobbyist List    10.00
Copy of Election Results    35.00
Photocopies (per page)    .25
Custom Voter Registration Report (per hour)    90.00
Copy of Complete Voter Registration Data    1,050.00
State Auditor
    In accordance with Section 63J-1-504 the following fees are approved for the State Auditor for fiscal year 2013.
State and Local Government
CPA training for local government audits    75.00
Attorney General
    In accordance with Section 63J-1-504 the following fees are approved for the Attorney General for fiscal year 2013.
Administration
GRAMA Fees:
Non-color photocopy, per page    .25


Color photocopy, per page    .40
11 x 17 photocopy, per page    1.00
Odd size copies: Actual cost
Document faxing, per page, plus long distance phone charges over 10 pages    1.00
Document certification    2.00
Staff time to search, compile, and otherwise prepare a record: Actual cost
Mailing and shipping preparation, plus actual postage costs    2.00
CD Duplication, per CD, plus actual staff costs    5.00
DVD Duplication, per DVD, plus actual staff costs    10.00
Other media: Actual cost
Other services: Actual cost
Utah Department of Corrections
Programs and Operations
    In accordance with Section 63J-1-504 the following fees are approved for the Department of Corrections for fiscal year 2013.
Department Executive Director
Government Records Access and Management Act (GRAMA) Fees - these GRAMA fees apply for the entire Department of Corrections
GRAMA Fees: Odd size photocopies, per page: Actual Cost
GRAMA Fees: Document Certification    2.00
GRAMA Fees: Document Faxing (local), per page     .50
GRAMA Fees: Document Faxing (long distance), per page    2.00
GRAMA Fees: Staff Time to search, compile, and otherwise prepare record: Variable
GRAMA Fees: Mail and ship preparation, plus actual postage costs: Variable
GRAMA Fees: CD Duplication, per CD    5.00
GRAMA Fees: DVD Duplication, per DVD    10.00
GRAMA Fees: Other media: Variable
GRAMA Fees: Other services: Variable
Non-sufficient Funds Service Charge: Variable
GRAMA Fees: 8.5 x 11 photocopy, per page    .25
Victim Rep Inmate Withheld: Variable
The fee entitled"Sundry Revenue Collection: Variable" applies for the entire Department of Corrections.
Sundry Revenue Collection: Variable
Department Administrative Services
Sundry Revenue Collection: cost per test
Adult Probation and Parole Programs


Parole/Probation Supervision Fees    30.00
Parole/Probation Supervision Fee - State Debt Collection    30.00
    Fee entitled "Parole/Probation Supervision Fee - State Debt Collection" applies to all Adult Probation and Parole programs and administration.
Interstate Compact for Adult Offender    50.00
Sex Offender Registration Fee    100.00
Resident Support Fees    6.00
Institutional Operations Administration
Fines-False Information: Variable
Restitution for Prisoner Damages: Variable
Patient Social Security Benefits Collections: Variable
Non-sufficient Funds Service Charge: Variable
Institutional Operations Draper Facility
Fines - False Information: Variable
Restitution for Prisoner Damages: Variable
Inmate Leases & Concessions    11.00
Buildings Rental: Variable
Sale of Goods & Materials: Variable
Institutional Operations Central Utah/Gunnison
Building Rental    90.00
Leases and Concessions    11.00
Sale of Goods and Materials: Variable
Restitution for Prisoner Damages: Variable
Institutional Operations Inmate Placement
Fine - False Information: Variable
Restitution for Prisoner Damages: Variable
Institutional Operations Support Services
Fines-False Information: Variable
Programming Administration
Sale of Services - Dedicated Credits: Variable
Programming Treatment
Sale of Services - Dedicated Credits: Variable
Programming Skill Enhancement
Sale of Services - Dedicated Credits: Variable
Programming Education
Offender Tuition Payments: Variable
Offender Tuition Grants from Local Governments: Variable


Offender Tuition Grants from St. Agencies: Variable
Department Medical Services
Medical Services
Prisoner Medical Co-pay    5.00
Prisoner Various Prostheses Co-pay: 1/2 cost
Prisoner Prescription fee    2.00
Restitution for Prisoner Damages: Variable
Inmate Support Collections
Utah Correctional Industries
Sale of Goods and Materials: Variable
Sale of Goods/Materials: Variable
Sale of Services - Dedicated Credits: Variable
Board of Pardons and Parole
    In accordance with Section 63J-1-504 the following fees are approved for the Board of Pardons and Parole for fiscal year 2013.
Records Copies per page    .25
Audiotape of Hearing    10.00
GRAMA Response (Copies over 100 pages) Actual cost of employee time.
Compact Disc of Hearing    10.00
Department of Human Services - Division of Juvenile Justice Services
Programs and Operations
    In accordance with Utah Code Section 63J-1-504, the following fees are approved for the Department of Human Services - Division of Juvenile Justice Services for fiscal year 2013.
Administration
Government Records Access and Management Act (GRAMA) Fees - these GRAMA fees apply for the entire Department of Human Services
GRAMA Records paper (per side of sheet)    .25
GRAMA Records audio tape (per tape)    5.00
GRAMA Records video tape (per tape)    15.00
GRAMA Records compiling and reporting in another format (per hour)    25.00
GRAMA Records - compiling and reporting in another format if programmer/analyst assistance is required (per hour)    50.00
GRAMA Records - mailing - actual cost
Judicial Council/State Court Administrator
Administration
    In accordance with Section 63J-1-504 the following fees are approved for the Courts for fiscal year 2013.


Administrative Office
Administrative Office
Microfiche per card    1.00
Audiotape    10.00
Videotape    15.00
Compact Disc    10.00
Reporter Text per half day    25.00
Personnel Time - After 15 min/15 min increments: Variable
Electronic copy of Court Proceeding per half day    10.00
Court Records Online Subscription - Over 200 records - per month, per search    .10
Court Records Online Subscription - 200 records - per month    30.00
Court Records Online Services Setup Fee    25.00
Fax (per page after 10)    .50
Fax (first 10 pages)    5.00
Mailings: Actual Cost
Preprinted Forms: Per State Court Administrator
Copies per page    .25
Department of Public Safety
Programs & Operations
    In accordance with Section 63J-1-504 the following fees are approved for the Department of Public Safety for fiscal year 2013.
Department Commissioner's Office
Courier Delivery: Actual Cost
Fax per page    1.00
Mailing: Actual Cost
Compact Disk - Audio/Video/Photos, per disk    25.00
Developed photo negatives, per photo    1.00
Printed Digital Photos per sheet of photo paper (1, 2, or 4 photos based on request) (Per 8.5 x 11 sheet of photo paper)    2.00
Color Copies per page    1.00
Over 50 pages, per page fee    .50
1-10 pages of paper copy    5.00
11-50 pages of paper copy    25.00
Miscellaneous Computer Processing - hourly rate of the least paid appropriate employee
CITS Bureau of Criminal Identification
Concealed Firearm Permit Instructor Registration Fee    25.00
Fingerprint Services    15.00


Print Other State Agency Cards    5.00
State Agency ID set up fee    50.00
Child ID Kits    1.00
Replacement of Concealed Firearm Permit    10.00
Extra Copies Rap Sheet    10.00
Extra Fingerprint Cards    5.00
Automated Fingerprint Identification System Database Retention    5.00
Registration for Concealed Firearm Permit Instructor Class    25.00
Utah Interactive Convenience Fee (concealed weapons permit renewals)    .75
Photos    15.00
Expungements - special certificates of eligibility    56.00
Application for Expungement    25.00
Certificate of Eligibility    56.00
Highway Patrol - Administration
Inspection Station Approval and Set Up    100.00
Inspection Station Revocation Reinstatement    100.00
Name or Address Change    100.00
Annual Inspection Station License     25.00
Inspection Station License Reinstatement if Suspended    100.00
Inspection Certification Fee (valid five years)    10.00
Inspector Reinstatement If Suspended    100.00
Inspector Reinstatement If Revoked    100.00
Replacement of Lost Inspector Certification Card    20.00
Safety Inspection Manual    10.00
Truck/Trailer Stickers    50.00
Transportation and Security Details (Up to $100 per hour, plus mileage)    100.00
Photogramatry    100.00
Cessna ($155 per hour, plus meals and lodging)    155.00
Helicopter ($1,350 per hour, plus meals and lodging)    1,350.00
Court order requesting blood samples be sent to outside agency    40.00
Highway Patrol - Safety Inspections
Utah Interactive Convenience fee (online traffic reports)    2.50
Fire Marshall - Fire Operations
Liquid Petroleum Gas
Class I License    450.00
Class II License    450.00
Class III License    105.00


Class IV License    150.00
Branch Office License    338.00
Duplicate License    30.00
License Examination    30.00
License Re-examination    30.00
Five Year License Examination    30.00
Certificate    40.00
Dispenser Operator B    20.00
Plan Reviews
More than 5000 gallons    150.00
5000 water gallons or less    75.00
Special inspections (per hour)    50.00
Re-inspection (3rd Inspection or more)    250.00
Private Container Inspection (more than one container)    150.00
Private Container Inspection (one container)    75.00
Portable Fire Extinguisher and Automatic Fire Suppression Systems
License    300.00
Combination    150.00
Branch Office License    150.00
Certificate of Registration    40.00
Duplicate Certificate of Registration    40.00
License Transfer    50.00
Application for exemption    150.00
Examination    30.00
Re-examination    30.00
Five year examination    30.00
Automatic Fire Sprinkler Inspection and Testing
Certificate of Registration    30.00
Examination    20.00
Re-examination    20.00
Three year extension    20.00
Fire Alarm Inspection and Testing
Certificate of Registration    40.00
Examination    30.00
Re-examination    30.00
Three year extension    30.00
Peace Officers' Standards and Training


Basic Training
Rental of Pursuit Interventions Technique Training Vehicles    100.00
Rental of Firing Range    300.00
Rental of Shoot House    150.00
Dorm Room    10.00
K-9 Training    2,175.00
Camp William Firing Range    200.00
Duplicate POST Certification    10.00
Duplicate Certificate, Wallet Card    5.00
Duplicate Radar or Intox Card    2.00
Copies for subpoenas/GRAMA requests    2.00
POST Reactivation    50.00
POST Waiver    100.00
POST Supervisor Class    50.00
POST West Point Class    150.00
Law Enforcement Officials and Judges Firearms Course    1,000.00
Special Functions Officer Certification    1,700.00
Law Enforcement Officer Certification    3,100.00
Driver License
    In accordance with Section 53-3-105 808 and 905 the following fees are approved for the Driver License Division for fiscal year 2013.
Driver License Administration
Commercial Driver School
Original license    100.00
Annual Renewal License    100.00
Duplicate License    10.00
Instructor License    30.00
Annual Instructor Renewal License    20.00
Duplicate Instructor License    6.00
Branch Office Original License    30.00
Branch Office Annual Renewal License    30.00
Branch Office Reinstatement Fee    75.00
Instructor/Operation Reinstatement Fee    75.00
School Reinstatement Fee    75.00
Commercial Driver License Intra-state Medical Waiver Fee    25.00
Certified Record (includes MVR):
first 15 pages    10.75


16 to 30 pages    15.75
31 to 45 pages    20.75
46 or more pages    25.75
Copy of Full Driver History    7.00
Copies of any other record, includes: tape recording, letter, medical copy, arrests    5.00
Verification Fees
Driver Address Record Verification    3.00
Yes or No Verification Service    .75
Yes or No Verification Service w/photo    1.00
Pedestrian Vehicle Permit    13.00
Citation Monitoring Verification    .06
Ignition Interlock System
Provider Original License    100.00
Provider Annual Renewal License    100.00
Provider Duplicate    10.00
Installer Original License    30.00
Installer Annual Renewal License    30.00
Installer Duplicate    6.00
Provider Branch Office License    30.00
Provider Branch Office Annual Renewal License    30.00
Branch Office Duplicate    6.00
Provider Reinstatement Fee    75.00
Provider Branch Office Reinstatement Fee    75.00
Provider Installer Reinstatement Fee    75.00
Driver Records
Utah Interactive Convenience Fee (online services)    3.00
Infrastructure & General Government
Department of Transportation
Support Services
    In accordance with Section 63J-1-504, the following fees are approved for the Department of Transportation for fiscal year 2013.
Administration
Outdoor Advertising Permit Fee, per year    25.00
GRAMA Fee
Per Copy, if they come into our office to make the copy    .05
Per Copy, if UDOT makes the copy    .50
Per Copy, 11 X 17 Copy, beginning the first sheet    1.00


Per Computer Run    25.00
Tow Truck Driver Certification Fee    200.00
Bus Bench Advertising
Initial Permit good for 5 years    200.00
Renewal good for another 5 years    25.00
Access Management Application Fees
Type 1    75.00
Type 2    475.00
Type 3    1,000.00
Type 4    2,300.00
Access Violation Fine - per day    100.00
Encroachment Permits
Landscaping Permits    30.00
Manhole Access Permits    30.00
Special Events Permits    30.00
Utility Permits - Low Impact    30.00
Utility Permits - Medium Impact    135.00
Utility Permits - High Impact    300.00
Utility Permits - Excess Impact    500.00
Inspection Fee/Hourly    60.00
Overtime Inspection Fee/Hourly    80.00
Express Lanes
Varible priced toll fee - Between $0.25 - $1.00
Operations/Maintenance Management
Region 4
Lake Powell Ferry Rates
Foot Passengers    10.00
Motorcycles    15.00
Vehicles under 20'    25.00
Vehicles over 20' (per additional foot)    1.50
Traffic Safety/Tramway
Tramway Registration Fees
Two-car or Multicar Aerial Passenger Tramway (101 HP or over)    1,560.00
Two-car or Multicar Aerial Passenger Tramway (100 HP or under)    940.00
Chair lift (Double)    610.00
Chair lift (Triple)    720.00
Chair lift (Quad)    840.00


Chair lift (Detachable)    1,560.00
Conveyor, Rope Tow    250.00
Funicular (Single or Double Reversible)    250.00
Rope Tow, J-bar, T-bar, or platter pull    250.00
Aeronautics
Administration
Airport Licensing Fee    10.00
Airplane Operations
Aircraft Rental Fees (per hour)
Cessna    155.00
King Air C90B    775.00
King Air B200    900.00
Department of Administrative Services
Executive Director
    In accordance with Section 63J-1-504 the following fees are approved for the Department of Administrative Services fiscal year 2013.
GRAMA Fees:
Photocopy made by state employee for public, per page    .50
Certified copy of a document, per certification    4.00
Fax request (long distance within US) per number    2.00
Fax request (long distance outside US) per fax number    5.00
Electronic Documents, per film cartridge    3.50
Electronic Documents, per USB - (per GB)    5.00
Mail request (address within US) per address    2.00
Mail request (address outside US) per address    5.00
Research or services fee: as provided by 63G-2-203(2)
Extended research or service fee: as provided by 63G-2-203(2)
Photocopy made by requestor, per page    .10
DFCM Administration
Program Management
Capital Development (Hourly Rate)    103.00
Capital Improvement (Hourly Rate)    88.00
State Archives
Archives Administration
General
16mm master film    10.00
35mm master film    15.00


16mm diazo duplicate copy    10.00
35mm diazo duplicate copy    12.00
16mm silver duplicate copy    18.00
35mm silver duplicate copy    20.00
Frames filmed (Uniform Format)    .05
Frames filmed    .08
Books filmed    .15
Electronic image to microfilm    40.00
Photocopy made by requester    .10
Microfilm to CD/DVD, per reel    35.00
Microfilm Duplication    4.00
Microfilm to CD/DVD, electronic conversion    5.00
Audio recording to CD    6.00
Certified Copy of a Document    4.00
Use Charges
Display
Non-profit, Education, Museum, Genealogy, Family History (no charge)
Commercial - Local/National    10.00
Film/Video (Moving Image or Sound Recording)
Non-profit, Education, Museum, Genealogy, Family History (no charge)
Commercial greater than Ten Minutes    75.00
Commercial - Five to Ten Minutes    50.00
Commercial - less than Five Minutes    25.00
Broadcast Theatrical Presentations and Websites
Non-profit, Education, Museum, Genealogy, Family History (no charge)
Commercial - National    100.00
Commercial - Local    75.00
Advertisements
Catalogs    75.00
National Newspapers and Magazines    100.00
Local Newspapers and Magazines    75.00
Publications, Books, Pamphlets, Journals, CD and Video
Commercial greater than 50,000    75.00
Commercial 10,000 to 50,000    35.00
Commercial less than 10,000    10.00
Non-profit, Education, Museum, Genealogy, Family History (no charge)
Published Posters, Calendars, Post Cards, Brochures


Non-profit, Education, Museum, Genealogy, Family History (no charge)
Commercial greater than 5,000    75.00
Commercial 1,000 to 5,000    50.00
Commercial less than 1,000    25.00
Other
Resale    10.00
Novelties    10.00
Local News Media (no charge)
Photo Reproductions
Five Day Working Rush Order per Scan/Image    2.00
Digital Imaging 300 dpi or higher    10.00
Fiber Base Sepia Tone Prints 20x24    70.00
Fiber Base Sepia Tone Prints 16x20    60.00
Fiber Base Sepia Tone Prints 11x14    40.00
Fiber Base Sepia Tone Prints 8x10    25.00
Fiber Base Sepia Tone Prints 5x7    16.00
Fiber Base Sepia Tone Prints 4x5    12.00
Glossy or Matte B/W Prints 20x24    55.00
Glossy or Matte B/W Prints 16x20    35.00
Glossy or Matte B/W Prints 11x14    25.00
Glossy or Matte B/W Prints 8x10    15.00
Glossy or Matte B/W Prints 5x7    10.00
Glossy or Matte B/W Prints 4x5    7.00
Mailing and Fax Charges
Within USA
1 to 10 Pages    3.00
Microfilm 1 to 2 Reels    4.00
Each additional Microfilm Reel    1.00
Photo 11x14    6.00
Photo 8x10    4.00
Video    5.00
CD/DVD/USB    4.00
Add Postage for each 10 pages    1.00
International
1 - 10 pages    5.00
Each additional 10 pages    1.00
Microfilm 1 - 2 Reels    6.00


Each additional Microfilm Reel    2.00
Photo 11x 14    8.00
Photo 8x 10    6.00
CD/DVD/ USB    6.00
Fax
International Fax Fee (plus copy charge)    5.00
Long Distance Fax Fee (plus copy charge)    2.00
Local Fax Fee (plus copy charge)    1.00
Copy Charges
Audio
Audio Recordings (price excludes cost of medium)    4.00
Documents
Documents 11"x14" and 11"x17" - By Staff (limit 50)    .50
Documents 11"x14" and 11"x17" - By Patron    .25
Documents 8.5"x11" - By Staff (limit 50)    .25
Documents 8.5"x11" - By Patron    .10
Microfilm/Microfiche
Copies from Microfilm/Microfiche - Digital - By Staff (limit 25)    1.00
Copies from Microfilm/Microfiche - Digital - By Patron    .15
Copies from Microfilm/Microfiche - Paper - By Staff (limit 25)    1.00
Copies from Microfilm/Microfiche - Paper - By Patron    .25
Video
Video Recording (price excludes cost of medium)    20.00
Surplus Photo Charges
Slides    1.50
Photo 8x10    4.00
Photo 5x7    2.50
Photo 4x5    1.00
Other Fees
Microfilm Security Storage per Reel (at cost)
Archivist Handling Fee as provided by GRAMA 63G-2-203 (2)    15.00
Special Request (at cost)
Supplies
Pencil    .25
USB Flash Drive per GB    5.00
CD per Disk    2.50
DVD per Disk    4.00


Film cartridge    3.50
Finance Administration
Finance Director's Office
Transparency
Utah Public Finance Website large data download fee: $1 per download    1.00
Payroll
Duplicate W-2    5.00
SAP E-learn Services (Rev: $90,000)    90,000.00
Payables/Disbursing
Disbursements
Tax Garnishment Request Fee    10.00
Payroll Garnishment Request Fee    25.00
Collection Service Fee    15.00
IRS Collection Service Fee    25.00
Office of State Debt Collection (OSDC)
Collection Penalty (6.00%)
Collection Fee for Risk Management Cases (25% of the amt of Risk Mgt debt collected)
Labor Commission Wage Claim Attorney Fees (1/3 of wage claim and penalty or $500, whichever is greater)
Collection Interest (Prime + 2%)
Post Judgment Interest (to be set by the courts)
Administrative Collection Fee (18.00%)
Non sufficient Check Collection Fee    20.00
Non sufficient Check Service Charge    20.00
Garnishment Request Fee (Actual)
Legal Document Service Fee (greater of $20 or actual)    20.00
Credit Card Processing Fee charged to our Collection Vendors (1.75%)
Court Filing Fee, Deposition/Transcript Fee/Skip Tracing Fees, etc. (Actual)
Financial Reporting
Loan Servicing Fee    125.00
ISF Accounting Services (Actual)
Cash Mgt Improvement Act Interest Calculation (Actual)
Bond Accounting Services (Actual)
Single Audit Billing to State Auditor's Office (Actual)
Financial Information Systems
Credit Card Payments Funded by Contract Rebates (Percentage to be determined by Bid)
UDOT Billing for FINET support (Actual)


Department of Administrative Services Internal Service Funds
Division of Finance
ISF - Purchasing Card
P-card (funded by contract rebates)
Consolidated Budget and Accounting
Basic Accounting and Transactions (per hour)    37.00
Financial Management (per hour)    60.00
Division Interim Rates for FY 2013
Executive Director's Office    97,200.00
Division of Facilities Construction and Management    337,000.00
Division of Finance    42,700.00
Purchasing and General Services ISF    106,300.00
Fleet Operations ISF    400,500.00
DFCM ISF    440,100.00
Division of Purchasing and General Services
    In accordance with Section 63J-1-410 the following rates are approved for the services of the Division of Purchasing and General Services for fiscal year 2013.
ISF - Central Mailing
Business Reply/Postage Due    .09
Special Handling/Labor Per Hour    50.00
Auto Fold    .01
Label Generate    .022
Label Apply    .019
Auto Tab    .016
Meter/Seal    .017
Federal Meter/Seal    .014
Optical Character Reader    .017
Mail Distribution    .065
Accountable Mail    .18
Task Distribution Rate    .012
Intelligent Inserting    .018
Minimum Charge Bursting    5.00
Minimum Charge Inserting    17.50
Minimum Charge Auto Tab    5.00
Minimum Charge Label Generate    17.50
Minimum Charge Label Apply    5.00
ISF - Cooperative Contracting


Cooperative Contracts Administrative Fee (up to 1%)
ISF - Print Services
Paper: Cost plus 25%
Contract Management Fee (per impression)    .005
Debt Elimination Fee (per impression)    .005
Self Service Copy Rates:
Cost per copy is computed using the following formula:
(Depreciation + Maintenance + Supplies)/Impressions, Plus    .004
    Cost per copy multiplied by impressions results in amount billed.
ISF - State Surplus Property
Surplus
Process Fee for State Agencies Miscellaneous Property pick-up: Total Sales Proceeds (less prorated rebate of retained earnings)
Miscellaneous Property pick-up/Process Fee for Exempt and Non State Agencies: Plus 20% of sales price or as negotiated    25.00
Handheld Devices (PDAs and wireless phones)
Less than 1 year old: 50% of cost, $30 minimum
1 year and older:    30.00
Seized Property: Plus 20% of sales price    25.00
Unique Property Processing Fee (percent of sales price) Negotiated
Electronic/Hazardous Waste Recycling Fees: Actual Costs
Vehicles and Heavy Equipment: 9% of sales price
Default Auction Bids: 10% of sales price
Labor (per hour - half hour minimum)    26.00
Copy Rates (per copy)    .10
Semi Truck and Trailer Service (per mile)    1.08
Two-ton Flat Bed Service (per mile)    .61
Forklift Service (4-6000 lb) (per hour)    23.00
On-site sale away from Utah State Agency Surplus Property yard: 10% of sale price (maximum negotiable)
Storage
Building (per cubic foot per month)    .43
Fenced lot (per square foot per month)    .23
Accounts receivable late fees
Past 30 days: 5% of balance
Past 60 days: 10% of balance
ISF - Federal Surplus Property


Surplus
Federal Shipping and handling charges: Generally not to exceed 20% of federal acquisition cost plus freight/shipping charges
Accounts receivable late fees
Past 30 days: 5% of balance
Past 60 days: 10% of balance
Division of Fleet Operations
    In accordance with Section 63J-1-410 the following rates are approved for the services of the Division of Fleet Operations for fiscal year 2013.
ISF - Motor Pool
Telematics - GPS tracking
Telematics - GPS tracking
    Actual Cost
Lease Rate
Model Year 2004 contract price
Less 18% salvage value for sedans; or
Less 21% salvage value for select trucks, vans, SUVs; or
Less 17% salvage value on all other vehicles;
Divided by current adjusted lifecycle (with replacement at 105,000 miles) - Actual
Plus Administration Fee (monthly per vehicle)    48.57
Plus Fleet MIS Fee (monthly per vehicle)    2.25
Plus AFV Fee (if light duty)    3.63
Plus mileage rate
Mileage Fee
Maintenance, repair and fuel costs for a particular class of vehicle, divided by total miles for that class
Equipment rate for Public Safety vehicles (Actual)
Fees for agency owned vehicles (monthly)
Seasonal Management Information System and Alternative Fuel Vehicle only    5.88
Natural Resources reasonable overhead    5.88
Management Information System and Alternative Fuel Vehicle only    5.88
Management Information System only    2.25
Daily Pool Leases - Actual Cost
Additional Management Fees
Administrative Fee for Overhead    48.57
Alternative Fuel Fee (light-duty only)    3.63
Management Information System Fee    2.25


Vehicle Feature and Miscellaneous Equipment Upgrade: Actual Cost
Vehicle Class Differential Upgrade: Actual Cost
Commercial Equipment Rental: Cost plus:    12.00
Administrative Fee Do-not-replace vehicles (monthly)    50.82
No show fee    12.00
Late return fee    12.00
Service fee    12.00
General Motor Pool Information Research Fee (per hour)    12.00
Non-fuel network Use Processing Fee    12.00
Lost or damaged fuel/maintenance card replacement fee    2.00
Bad Odometer Research Fee (operator fault)    50.00
Vehicle Detail Cleaning Service Fee    40.00
Vehicle Complaint Processing Fee    20.00
Annual Commute Vehicle Processing Fee    12.00
Premium Fuel Use Fee (per gallon)    .20
Excessive Maintenance, Accessory Fee: Varies
Past 30-days late fee (accounts receivable): 5% of balance
Past 60-days late fee (accounts receivable): 10% of balance
Past 90-days late fee (accounts receivable): 15% of balance
Accident deductible rate charged per accident    500.00
Operator negligence and vehicle abuse fees: Varies
Management Information System & Alternative Fuel Vehicle Monthly Fee per Higher Ed vehicles    6.33
Statutory Maintenance Non-Compliance Fee
10 Days Late (per vehicle per month)    100.00
20 Days Late (per vehicle per month)    200.00
30+ Days Late (per vehicle per month)    300.00
Seasonal Use Vehicle Lease    150.00
Operator Incentives
Alternative fuel rebate (per gallon)    (.20)
ISF - Fuel Network
Per gallon charge (greater than or equal to 60,000 gal./yr)    .03
Per gallon charge at low volume sites (less than 60,000 gal./yr.)    .035
Per transaction fee
Percentage of transaction value at all sites: 2%
Accounts receivable late fee
Past 30 days: 5% of balance


Past 60 days: 10% of balance
Past 90 days: 15% of balance
CNG Maintenance and Depreciation cost per gallon    1.15
ISF - Travel Office
Travel
Travel Agency Full Service Fee - Regular    25.00
Travel Agency Service Fee - Online    15.00
Travel Agency Service Fee - State Agent    20.00
Travel Agency Service Fee - Group Fee 16-25 people    22.50
Travel Agency Service Fee - Group Fee 26-45 people    20.00
Travel Agency Service Fee - Group Fee 46+ people    17.50
Travel Agency Service Fee - School District Agent    15.00
Car Rental Commission (3.5%)
Travel Credit Card Payments (funded by contract rebates)
Risk Management
    In accordance with Section 63J-1-410 the following rates are approved for the services of the Division of Risk Management for fiscal year 2013.
ISF - Risk Management Administration
Liability Premiums:
Administrative Services    278,150.00
Agriculture    35,995.00
Alcoholic Beverage Control    71,696.00
Attorney General's Office    102,301.00
Auditor    10,235.00
Board of Pardons    14,339.00
Capitol Preservation Board    8,499.00
Career Service Review Board    498.00
Commerce    66,647.00
Commission on Criminal and Juvenile Justice    2,330.00
Community and Culture    48,581.00
Corrections    849,684.00
Courts    245,955.00
Crime Victims Reparation    1,636.00
Education    188,299.00
Deaf and Blind School    59,462.00
Environmental Quality    99,299.00
Fair Park    19,210.00


Financial Institutions    12,594.00
Governor    11,642.00
Governor's Office of Planning and Budget    10,286.00
Governor's Office of Economic Development    33,876.00
Health    292,523.00
Heber Valley Railroad    14,099.00
House of Representatives    7,089.00
Human Resource Management    30,881.00
Human Services    738,350.00
Labor Commission    29,386.00
Insurance    56,247.00
Legislative Fiscal Analyst    3,687.00
Legislative Auditor    6,492.00
Legislative Printing    1,388.00
Legislative Research & General Counsel    14,323.00
Medical Education Council    159.00
National Guard    60,791.00
Natural Resources    343,092.00
Navajo Trust Fund    2,554.00
Public Lands    3,642.00
Public Safety    451,971.00
Public Service Commission    10,731.00
School and Institutional Trust Lands    23,825.00
Senate    3,886.00
Tax Commission    144,174.00
Technology Services    89,458.00
Treasurer    5,879.00
Utah Comm. Network (UCAN)    9,286.00
Utah Science and Technology and Research (USTAR)    12,799.00
Veteran's Affairs    3,971.00
Workforce Services    382,746.00
Transportation    2,222,000.00
Board of Regents    33,114.00
Dixie College    50,769.00
Salt Lake Community College    166,671.00
Snow College    48,845.00
Southern Utah University    86,725.00


UCAT/Bridgerland ATC    9,569.00
UCAT/Davis ATC    12,162.00
UCAT/Ogden Weber ATC    12,959.00
UCAT/Uintah Basin ATC    4,985.00
UCAT/Salt Lake Tooele ATC    2,591.00
UCAT/Dixie ATC    998.00
UCAT/Mountainland ATC    2,890.00
UCAT/Southwest ATC    2,094.00
University of Utah    1,261,303.00
Utah State University    477,189.00
Utah Valley University    193,624.00
Weber State University    206,543.00
School Districts    4,296,095.00
Property Insurance Rates
Net Estimated Premium    13,449,964.00
Gross Premium for Buildings
Existing Insured Buildings
Building value as determined by Risk Mgt. and owner as of Mar. 2011 multiplied by the Marshall & Swift Valuation Service rates as of Mar. 2011 associated with Building Construction Class, Occupancy Type, Building Quality, and Fire Protection Code
Newly Insured Buildings
Building value as determined by Risk Mgt. and owner as of insured date multiplied by the Marshall & Swift Valuation Service rates as of Mar. 2011 associated with Building Construction Class, Occupancy Type, Building Quality, and Fire Protection Code
Building Demographic Discounts
Fire Suppression Sprinklers - 15% discount
Smoke alarm/Fire detectors - 10% discount
Flexible water/Gas connectors - 1% discount
Surcharges
Lack of compliance with Risk Mgt. recommendations - 10% surcharge
Building built prior to 1950 - 10% surcharge
Agency Discount
Standard discount - 63.5%
Agency specific discount - as negotiated with Risk Mgt.
Gross Premium for Contents


Existing Insured Buildings
Content value as determined by owner as of Mar. 2011 multiplied by the Marshall & Swift Valuation Service rates as of Mar. 2011 associated with Building Construction Class, Occupancy Type, Building Quality, and Fire Protection Code
Newly Insured Buildings
Content value as determined by owner as of insured date multiplied by the Marshall & Swift Valuation Service rates as of Mar. 2011 associated with Building Construction Class, Occupancy Type, Building Quality, and Fire Protection Code
Gross Premium Discounts
Completion of Risk Mgt. self-inspection survey - 10% discount
Risk control meetings - 5% discount
Automobile/Physical Damage Premiums:
Public Safety rate for value less than $35,000 (per vehicle)    175.00
Higher Education rate for value less than $35,000 (per vehicle)    125.00
Other state agency rate for value less than $35,000 (per vehicle)    150.00
School bus rate (per vehicle)    100.00
School district rate for value less than $35,000 (per vehicle)    50.00
Rate for value more than $35,000 (per $100 of value)    .80
State agency and higher education rate for other vehicles or related equipment such as trailers, etc. (per vehicle)    75.00
School district rate for other vehicles or related equipment such as trailers, etc.    50.00
    (per vehicle)
Standard deductible (per incident)    500.00
Workers Compensation Rates:
UDOT:
1.25%
State Agencies (Except UDOT):
0.70%
Course of Construction Premiums:
Rate per $100 of value - charged for half of a year    .053
Charter Schools:
Liability ($2 million coverage)
Cost per student, $1,000 minimum    18.00
Property ($1,000 deductible per occurrence)
Cost per $100 in value, $100 minimum    .10
Comprehensive/Collision ($500 deductible per occurrence)
Cost per year per vehicle    150.00


Employee Dishonesty Bond, per year    250.00
Division of Facilities Construction and Management - Facilities Management
    In accordance with Section 63J-1-410 the following rates are approved for the services of the Division of Facilities Construction and Management for fiscal year 2013.
ABC Stores (44 Store Locations FY 2011)    1,273,512.00
Agriculture    305,100.00
AP & P Freemont Office Building    172,530.00
Archives    120,765.00
Brigham City Court    169,400.00
Brigham City Regional Center    511,661.00
Calvin Rampton Complex    1,602,863.00
Cannon Health    821,860.00
Capitol Hill Complex    3,865,700.00
Cedar City Courts    103,520.00
Cedar City Regional Center    72,008.00
DAS Surplus Property    35,672.00
DPS Crime Lab    23,840.00
DPS Drivers License    128,905.00
DPS Farmington Public Safety    68,425.00
DMV Fairpark    43,437.00
Dixie Drivers License    50,300.00
Driver License West Valley    98,880.00
DSBVI - Training Housing    49,736.00
Farmington 2nd District Courts    349,485.00
Glendinning Fine Arts Center    45,000.00
Governor's Residence    119,220.00
Heber M. Wells    774,750.00
Highland Dr. Plaza Regional Center    391,766.00
Human Services Clearfield East    129,322.00
Human Services Ogden Academy Square    248,906.00
Human Services Vernal    45,317.00
Juvenile Courts 7th West    86,500.00
Layton Court    80,896.00
Logan 1st District Court    281,870.00
Medical Drive Complex    331,230.00
Moab Regional Center    112,533.00
Murray Highway Patrol    141,738.00


National Guard Armories    331,279.00
Natural Resources    657,416.00
Natural Resources Price    75,968.00
Natural Resources Richfield (Forestry)    2,040.00
Navajo Trust Fund Administration    132,640.00
Office of Rehabilitation Services    180,942.00
Ogden Court    395,850.00
Ogden Juvenile Court    166,045.00
Ogden Regional Center    593,848.00
Orem Circuit Court    85,435.00
Orem Public Safety    105,640.00
Orem Region Three UDOT    141,192.00
Provo Court    299,400.00
Provo Juvenile Courts    121,213.00
Provo Regional Center    682,300.00
Public Safety Depot Ogden    21,608.00
Richfield Court    82,289.00
Richfield DTS Center    49,050.00
Richfield Regional Center    50,385.00
Rio Grande Depot    367,805.00
Salt Lake Court    1,669,200.00
Salt Lake Government Building #1    972,934.00
Salt Lake Regional Center - 1950 West    215,571.00
St. George Courts (new)    465,353.00
St. George DPS    59,517.00
St. George Tax Commission    34,272.00
State Library    183,714.00
State Library State Mail    135,240.00
State Library visually impaired    124,027.00
Statewide Facility Focus    14,000.00
Taylorsville Center for the Deaf    108,000.00
Taylorsville Office Building    157,531.00
Tooele Courts    311,351.00
UBATC Roosevelt    538,724.00
UBATC Vernal    450,240.00
Unified Lab    619,855.00
Utah Arts Collection    26,900.00


Utah State Office of Education    410,669.00
Utah State Tax Commission    809,880.00
Vernal 8th District Court    248,649.00
Vernal DSPD    24,913.00
Vernal Juvenile Courts    20,256.00
Vernal Regional Center    132,581.00
West Jordan Courts    487,796.00
West Valley 3rd District Court    118,350.00
WFS 1385 South State    292,390.00
WFS Administration    633,591.00
WFS Brigham City    24,329.00
WFS Call Center    143,772.00
WFS Cedar City    98,743.00
WFS Clearfield/Davis Co.    180,633.00
WFS Logan    110,088.00
WFS Metro Employment Center    183,052.00
WFS Midvale    135,640.00
WFS Ogden    141,372.00
WFS PEP    9,555.00
WFS Provo    147,940.00
WFS Richfield    58,072.00
WFS South County Employment Center    176,196.00
WFS St. George    44,660.00
WFS Vernal    56,152.00
Orem Juvenile Probation and Patrol    7,723.00
Springville Juvenile Probation and Patrol    5,500.00
Ogden DMV/Drivers License    60,675.00
Ogden Radio Shop    8,468.00
Department of Technology Services
Integrated Technology Division
    In accordance with Section 63J-1-504 the following fees are approved for the Department of Technology Services for fiscal year 2013.
Automated Geographic Reference Center
Geospatial Information Technology Materials
Regular Plots (per foot)    6.00
Geospatial Information Technology Professional Labor (per hour)    73.00
Utah Reference Network GPS Service Rate (yearly)    400.00


Department of Technology Services Internal Service Funds
Operations
    In accordance with Section 63J-1-410 the following rates are approved for the services of the Department of Technology Services for fiscal year 2013.
Enterprise Technology Division
Wide Area Network (WAN)
Network Services    42.00
Network Services (other State agencies)    45.00
Security    10.00
Wiring Consulting Labor (per hour)    85.00
Wiring Materials Charge = Direct Cost + 5%
WAN Remote Access (DSL)    90.00
Remote Access Cost Charge (DSL) = Direct Cost + 8%
Desktop Management
Desktop Services    63.00
Shared Citrix Services = Special Billing Agreement (SBA)
PDA Email Synchronization    11.00
Telecommunications
Phone Tech Labor    70.00
Voice Monthly Service    27.00
Other Voice Services = Direct Cost + 8%
Voice Mail    3.50
Call Management System = Special Billing Agreement (SBA)
Long Distance Service    .05
International and Credit Card Long Distance = Direct Cost + 10%
Long Distance Service Access Charge    1.00
1-800 Service per Minute    .04
Print
High Speed Laser Printing    .031
Other Print Services = Direct Cost + 10%
Hosting
Application Hosting on DTS Provided Equipment    180.00
Data Center Rack Space    420.00
Web Application Hosting    16.00
Hosting Services - Processing    2.4495
Hosting Services - Storage    .4319
Database Services


Database Hosting Consulting Charge    70.00
Database Hosting Oracle Shared Model    140.00
Database Hosting Oracle Core Model = Special Billing Agreement (SBA)
Database Hosting MS Sequel Shared Model    50.00
Database Hosting MS Sequel Core Model = Special Billing Agreement (SBA)
Mainframe Computing
Mainframe Charges = Subscription
Mainframe Consulting Charge    70.00
Mainframe Disk    .005
Mainframe Tape     .0008
Training
Training Room Rental - per day    100.00
Miscellaneous
Software Resale (MLA) = Direct Cost + 6%
DTS Consulting Charge    75.00
Equipment Maintenance Costs (EIS) = Direct Cost + 10%
Application Services
DTS Project Management    91.00
Business Consulting = Special Billing Agreement (SBA)
Application Support    70.00
Wireless Services
Microwave Maintenance Labor    90.00
Radio Repair Labor    65.00
Install Bay Labor    45.00
Contract Maintenance Console    8.00
Parts = Direct Cost
Misc. Data Circuits = Direct Cost + 10%
State Radio Connection    22.44
Communication Sites = Special Billing Agreement (SBA)
Microwave Services
T1/DS1 - per mile    11.37
Tail Circuits = Direct Cost + 10%
Microwave Circuit Installation Charge    947.48
Single Voice Circuit (DS0)    .76
Voice Grade DS0 Card    31.60
Data Grade DS0 Card    63.19
Four Wire Analog    .76


Business, Economic Development, & Labor
Department of Community and Culture
Administration
    In accordance with Section 63J-1-504, the following fees are approved for the Department of Community and Culture - Administration for fiscal year 2013.
Information Technology
Preservation Pro Fee    100.00
    Per Unit 1 to 10 Units Depending on Useage
Historical Society
    In accordance with Section 63J-1-504, the following fees are approved for the Utah Historical Society for fiscal year 2013.
State Historical Society
Utah Historical Society Annual Membership Student/Senior    25.00
Utah Historical Society Annual Membership Individual    30.00
Utah Historical Society Annual Membership Business/Sustaining    40.00
Utah Historical Society Annual Membership Patron    60.00
Utah Historical Society Annual Membership Sponsor    100.00
Utah Historical Society Annual Membership Lifetime    500.00
Utah Historical Society Annual Membership List Per Address    .03
Utah Archeology Per Issue    15.00
First 100 Years Per Book    8.00
Avenues of Salt Lake City Per Book    15.00
Utah's Architecture Per Book    20.00
Utah Historic Trails Map per map    5.00
Utah History Suite Per CD    40.00
Utah Historical Quarterly per issue    7.00
Corinne, The gentile Capital of Utah per book    12.00
Beehive History per issue    2.50
County Histories Per Book    20.00
Let'em Holler per book    17.00
Publication Royalties Per Unit    1.00
State History
    In accordance with Section 63J-1-504, the following fees are approved for the Division of State History for fiscal year 2013.
Library and Collections
B/W Historic Photo 4x5    7.00
B/W Historic Photo 5x7    10.00


B/W Historic Photo 8x10    15.00
B/W Historic Photo 11x14    25.00
B/W Historic Photo 16x20    35.00
B/W Historic Photo 20x24    55.00
Sepia Historic Photo 4x5    12.00
Sepia Historic Photo5x7    16.00
Sepia Historic Photo 8x10    25.00
Sepia Historic Photo 11x14    40.00
Sepia Historic Photo 16x20    60.00
Sepia Historic Photo 20x24    70.00
Self Serve Photo    .50
Digital Image 300 dpl>    10.00
Expedited Photo Processing    2.00
Historic Collection Use Fee    25.00
Research Center Self Copy 8.5x11    .10
Research Center Self Copy 11x17    .25
Research Center Staff Copy 8.5x11    .25
Research Center Staff Copy 11x17    .50
Microfilm Self-Copy per page    .25
Microfilm Staff Copy per page    1.00
Audio Recording Per Item    4.00
Video Recording Per Item    20.00
16 mm diazo print-per roll    10.00
35 mm diazo print-per roll    12.00
16 mm silver print-per roll    18.00
35 mm silver print-per roll    20.00
Microfilm Digitization Per Unit    35.00
Digital Format Conversion - Per Unit    5.00
Surplus Photo Per Unit    1.00
Mailing Charges Per Unit    1.00
Fax Request Per Unit    1.00
Historic Preservation and Antiquities
Literature Search On Site min. Charge up to 1/2 hour    22.50
Literature Search On Site Per Hour    45.00
GIS Search on site min. charge up to 15 min.    15.00
GIS Search on site per hour    60.00
Lit. Search/GIS-no show fee-per incident    60.00


Lit. Search/GIS copy charge per page    .20
Lit. Search/GIS fax charge per page    1.00
Division of Arts and Museums
    In accordance with Section 63J-1-504, the following fees are approved for the Division of Arts and Museums for fiscal year 2013.
Community Arts Outreach
Traveling Exhibit Fees    125.00
Traveling Exhibit Fees/Title I    100.00
Salt Grass Print Sales Unframed Print    100.00
VA Seminar CD Sales    5.00
VA Seminar Registration    25.00
25 Years of Public Art Book, A Great Beginning Book Fee    26.00
Arts Education Residency Entry Level/40 Hours    600.00
Arts Education Residency Entry Level/ 60 Hours    900.00
Arts Education Residency Entry Level/80 Hours    1,200.00
Arts Education Residency Second Year/Third Year/40 Hours    780.00
Arts Education Residency Second Year/Third Year/60 Hours    1,170.00
Arts Education Residency Second Year/Third Year/80 Hours    1,560.00
Arts Education Residency Fourth Year and After/40 Hours    840.00
Arts Education Residency Fourth Year and After/60 Hours    1,170.00
Arts Education Residency Fourth Year and After/80 Hours    1,560.00
Arts Education Residency Per Hour/Additional Artist Salary    30.00
Arts Education Residency Per Hour/Artist Preperation Time    25.00
Arts Education Workshops/Registration Fee 4 Hour Workshop    15.00
Arts Education Workshops/Registration Fee 8 Hour Workshop    30.00
Arts Education Workshops/Registration Fee 16 Hour Workshop    60.00
Arts Education MV Workshops Registration Fee 100 Hour Workshop    400.00
Arts Education Manual    7.00
Arts Education Handbook    15.00
Arts Education Book Arts Manual    10.00
10 Lessons the Arts Teach    .10
The Sky is Green Book    10.00
MWAC Registration Early Registration Per Applicant    80.00
MWAC Registration Regular Registration Per Applicant    95.00
MWAC Registration Late Registration Per Applicant    100.00
MWAC Registration Group Discount Early Registration Per Applicant    70.00
MWAC Registration Group Discount Registration Per Applicant    85.00


MWAC Registration Group Discount Late Registration Per Applicant    90.00
MWAC Registration Governor's Luncheon    55.00
MWAC Registration Governor's Luncheon Late Registrant    60.00
MWAC Registration Governor's Luncheon Student    65.00
MWAC Registration Governor's Luncheon Student Late    75.00
MWAC Sponsorship $100    100.00
MWAC Sponsorship $250    250.00
MWAC Sponsorship $500    500.00
MWAC Sponsorship $1,000    1,000.00
MWAC Sponsorship $2,500    2,500.00
MWAC Sponsorship $5,000    5,000.00
MWAC Sponsorship $10,000    10,000.00
UAC/BTS Partnership    25,000.00
C/SP Change Leader Registration Level 1    100.00
C/SP Change Leader Registration Level 2    200.00
C/SP Change Leader Registration Level 3    400.00
C/SP Change Leader Registration Certification Luncheon    30.00
C/SP Change Leader Registration Certification Conference    40.00
C/SP Workshop Registration    25.00
Hecho en Utah CD - each retail    11.00
Hecho en Utah CD - each wholesale    7.00
Hecho en Utah CD - Set of 3 Retail    28.00
Hecho en Utah CD - Set of 3 Wholesale    17.00
Swedish Music in Utah CD - Retail    11.00
Swedish Music in Utah CD - Wholesale    7.00
Old Time Dance Party CD - Retail    9.00
Old Time Dance Party CD - Wholesale    6.00
Music from Highway 12 Retail    11.00
Music from Highway 12 Wholesale    7.00
Social Dance in the Mormon West Retail    13.00
Social Dance in the Mormon West Wholesale    9.00
Old-Time Dance Party Sheet Music - Retail    11.00
Old-Time Dance Party Sheet Music - Wholesale    7.00
Willow Stories - Utah Navajo Baskets - Retail    9.00
Willow Stories - Utah Navajo Baskets - Wholesale    6.00
Contemporary Navajo Baskets on the Utah Reservation - Retail    7.00
Contemporary Navajo Baskets on the Utah Reservation - Wholesale    4.00


Dance Preservation Package - Retail    30.00
Dance Preservation Package - Wholesale    18.00
Utah's Sanpete Valley Tour Package - Retail    16.00
Utah's Sanpete Valley Tour Package - Wholesale    10.00
Listening in Utah Storytelling - Retail    9.00
Listening in Utah Storytelling - Wholesale    6.00
Folk Arts Post Cards    .50
Topaz Exhibit    20,000.00
State Library
    In accordance with Section 63J-1-504, the following fees are approved for the State Library for fiscal year 2013.
Blind and Disabled
Lost Library Book Charge    1.00
Basic Braille Services to States    75.00
Full Library Service to Wyoming    1.00
Braille and Audio Service to LDS Church    1.75
Library of Congress Contract (MSCW)    1.00
Library Development
Bookmobile Services    1.00
Library Resources
Cataloging Services    1.00
Catalog Express Utilization    .50
Catalog Express Overage Fee    1.00
Housing and Community Development
    In accordance with Section 63J-1-504, the following fees are approved for the Division of Housing and Community Development for fiscal year 2013.
Homeless Committee
State Community Services Office Homeless Summit    35.00
Weatherization Assistance
Weatherization Classroom Fee Daily    50.00
Weatherization Laboratory Fee Daily    250.00
HVAC Laboratory Fee Daily    250.00
Insulation Laboratories Daily Fee    250.00
Demonstration House Daily Fee    250.00
Consumer/Small Contractor Fee Per Hour    10.00
Materials Fee Per Person    300.00
Trainers Basic    50.00


Trainers Advanced    100.00
Commission on Volunteers
Commission on Volunteers Conference on Service    119.00
Commission on Volunteers Youth Leadership Summit    25.00
Commission on Volunteers Quarterly Member Training    25.00
Small Business Program
Loan Origination Fee for Loan Participation Program
    1% to 4% of Loan Amount Based on Participation and Risk Level
Loan Origination Fee for Loan Guarantee Program    .04
    4% of Loan Amount
Governor's Office of Economic Development
Administration
Health Exchange Call Center    2.50
Office of Tourism
    In accordance with Section 63J-1-504, the following fees are approved for the Office of Tourism for fiscal year 2013.
Operations and Fulfillment
Calendars - Individual Sales    10.00
T-shirts Individual    10.00
Posters    2.99
Posters - Framed    55.00
Commissions - UDOT    88,500.00
Calendars - Envelopes    .50
Calendars Bulk    8.00
Calendars Bulk State Agencies    6.00
Calendars - Employees    5.00
    These fees may apply to one or more programs within the Office of Tourism Line Item.
Business Development
Corporate Recruitment and Incentives
PAB Application (Under $3 Million)    1,500.00
PAB Application Fee ($3-$5 Million)    2,000.00
PAB Application Fee (Over $5 Million)    3,000.00
PAB Application Resubmission Fee (Under $3 Million)    750.00
PAB Application Resubmission Fee ($3-$5 Million)    1,000.00
PAB Application Resubmission Fee (Over $5 Million)    1,500.00
PAB Extension Fee, Second 90 Day Extension    2,000.00


PAB Extension Fee, Third 90 Day Extension    4,000.00
PAB Extension Fee, Fourth 90 Day Extension    8,000.00
PAB Confirmation Fee (per million of allocated volume cap)    300.00
Incentive Funds
    In accordance with Section 63J-1-504, the following fees are approved for the Incentives line item and Pete Suazo Utah Athletic Commission for fiscal year 2013.
Pete Suazo Utah Athletics Commission
Boxing Event Fees < 500 Seats    250.00
Boxing Events Fees 500 - 1,000 Seats    375.00
Boxing Event Fees 1,000 - 3,000 Seats    500.00
Boxing Event Fees 3,000 - 5,000 seats    750.00
Boxing Events Fees 5,000 - 10,000 Seats    1,250.00
Boxing Event Fees 10,000+ Seats    2,500.00
Conference Registration (Event Application) Fee    100.00
Unarmed Combat Event Fees <500 Seats    250.00
Unarmed Combat Event Fees 500-1,000 Seats    375.00
Unarmed Combat Event Fees 1,000 - 3,000 Seats    500.00
Unarmed Combat Event Fees 3,000 - 5,000 Seats    750.00
Unarmed Combat Event Fees 5,000 - 10,000 Seats    1,250.00
Unarmed Combat Event Fees 10,000+ Seats    2,500.00
License Fees Contest Promoters    250.00
License Fees Non-Contest Promoters    30.00
Broadcast Revenue Fee 3% of Total Gross Receipts    2,750.00
Additional Inspector Fee    100.00
Utah State Tax Commission
Tax Administration
    In accordance with Section 59-1-210(26) the following fees are approved for the Utah State Tax Commission for fiscal year 2013.
Administration Division
Administration
Liquor Profit Distribution Fee    6.00
Tax Commission - All Programs
Certified Document Fee    5.00
Convenience Fee for tax payments and other authorized transactions    .03
    Not to exceed 3%
Faxed Document Processing Fee per Page    1.00
Record Research Fee    6.50


Photocopies (over 10 copies) per Page    .10
Research Fee (special requests) per Hour    20.00
Technology Management
Custom Programming Fee, per Hour    85.00
    
Data Processing Set-Up    55.00
Tax Processing Division
Cigarette Tax License    30.00
Cigarette Tax License - Renewal    20.00
Tax Payer Services
Lien Subordination (not to exceed)    300.00
Tax Clearance Fee    50.00
Motor Vehicles
Aircraft Registration Fee    3.00
Electronic Payment Fee for authorized Motor Vehicle transactions (up to)    3.00
IFTA Decal Fee / Set    4.00
IFTA Reinstatement Fee    100.00
Motor Vehicle Information    3.00
Motor Vehicle Information via the Internet    1.00
Motor Vehicle Transaction Fee - per standard unit    1.39
Special Group Plate Fee (plus $5 standard plate fee)-Inventory ordered before July 1, 2003    5.50
Special Group Plate Programs-New Programs or inventory reorders after July 1, 2003
New program start-up or significant program changes - per program    3,900.00
Extra Plate Costs (per decal set ordered)    2.92
Extra Handling Cost for Special Group Plates (per decal set ordered)    2.40
Postage charge per decal set ordered and to be mailed (for centralized distribution)    2.20
Special Group Logo Decals
    Variable cost based upon quantity and number of colors.
Special Group Slogan Decals
    Variable cost based upon quantity and number of colors.
Decal Replacement Fee - Parks and Recreation    4.00
Temporary Permit - Motor Vehicles (individual permit)    6.00
Sample License Plates    5.00
Motor Carrier Cab Card    3.00
Motor Carrier Duplicate Registration    3.00
    
Reflectorized Plate Fee    5.00


Motor Vehicle Enforcement Division
Temporary Permit - Motor Vehicle Enforcement (permit sales to dealers - bulk) (up to)    12.00
Dismantler's Retitling Inspection Fee (charge to recind permit)    50.00
Salvage Vehicle Inspection Fee    50.00
Electronic Payment Fee for MV Temporary Permit Books (per book)    4.00
Electronic Payment Fee for MV Dealer Permit Penalties (per penalty)    1.00
Electronic Payment Fee for MV Salvage Buyer's License (per license)    3.00
In-transit Permit fee (96-hour)    2.50
Motor Vehicle Manufacturer's Plates - Purchase    10.00
Motor Vehicle Manufacturer's Plate - Renewal    8.50
Motor Vehicle Dealer Plates - Purchase    12.00
Motor Vehicle Dealer Plate - Renewal    10.50
Motor Vehicle Dismantler's Plates - Purchase    10.00
Motor Vehicle Dismantler's Plate - Renewal    8.50
Motor Vehicle Transporter's Plates - Purchase    10.00
Motor Vehicle Transporters Plate - Renewal    8.50
Motor Vehicle Manufacturer's/Remanufacturer's License    102.00
Motor Vehicle Dealer License - New    127.00
Motor Vehicle Transporter's License    51.00
Small Trailer Dealer License    51.00
Motor Vehicle Body Shop License    112.00
Used Motor Vehicle Dealer License    127.00
Motor Vehicle Dismantler's License    102.00
Motor Vehicle Salesman's License    31.00
Motor Vehicle Salesman's License Transfer    5.00
Motor Vehicle Crusher's License    102.00
Used Motor Cycle Dealer License    51.00
New Motor Cycle Dealer License    51.00
Representative License    26.00
Temporary Motor Vehicle Dealer additional place of business    26.00
Permanent Motor Vehicle Dealer additional place of business    127.00
Distributor's License    61.00
License Plates Production
Decal Replacement Fee - Motor Vehicles    1.00
Reflectorized Plate Fee    5.00
Utah Science Technology and Research Governing Authority
Utah Science Technology and Research Governing Authority


    In accordance with Section 63J-1-504, the following fees are approved for the Utah Science, Technology, and Research Governing Authority for fiscal year 2013.
Technology Outreach
Search Fee    75.00
Editing Fee    500.00
Writing Fee    750.00
Submission Fee    150.00
Writing Through Submission Fee - 1st Proposal    1,000.00
Writing Through Submission Fee - 2nd Proposal    3,000.00
Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control
    In accordance with Section 63J-1-504, the following fees are approved for the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control for fiscal year 2013.
Executive Director
Club List    10.00
Restaurant List    10.00
Beer Wholesaler List    10.00
Liquor Representative List    10.00
Handbooks: Club, Restaurant, Beer    10.00
Rules    20.00
Utah Code    30.00
Customized Reports Produced by Request    50.00
    Per hour
Administration
Photocopies    .15
Faxed Document Processing Fee First Page    2.00
Faxed Document Processing Fee Subsequent Pages    1.00
Research Fee    30.00
    Per Hour
Customized Reports Produced by a Request    50.00
    Per hour
Operations
"L" Status 12 Week Sales Report    25.00
Location Report    25.00
Sales/Profit Analysis Report    25.00
Additional Copies of Vendor Worksheets    10.00
List of Representatives and Companies    10.00
Price Lists (Master Category)    5.50


    $60 Yearly
Price Lists (Alpha by Product)    5.50
    $60 Yearly
Price Lists (Numeric by Code)    5.50
    $60 Yearly
Military    5.50
    $60 Yearly
Stores and Agencies
Video 1/2 Hour or Less    10.00
Video More than 1/2 Hour    25.00
Audio    5.00
    Per Tape
Violation Grids    25.00
Surveillance Video    25.00
Labor Commission
    In accordance with Section 34A-1-106 the following fees are approved for the Labor Commission for fiscal year 2013.
Administration
Industrial Accidents Division
Workers' Compensation Coverage Waiver    50.00
Certificate to Self-Insure for Workers Compensation    1,200.00
Certificate to Self-insure for Workers Compensation - Renewal    650.00
Boiler, Elevator and Mine Safety Division
Boiler and Pressure Vessel Inspections
Original Exam for Certificate of Competency    25.00
Renewal of Certificate of Competency    20.00
Owner-User Inspection Agency Certification    250.00
Jacketed Kettles and Hot Water Supply
Boilers less than 250,000 BTU - Existing    30.00
Boilers less than 250,000 BTU - New    45.00
Boilers > 250,000 BTU but < 4,000,000 BTU - Existing    60.00
Boilers > 250,000 BTU but < 4,000,000 BTU - New    90.00
Boilers > 4,000,001 BTU but < 20,000,000 BTU - Existing    150.00
Boilers > 4,000,001 BTU but < 20,000,000 BTU - New    225.00
Boilers > 20,000,000 BTU - Existing    300.00
Boilers > 20,000,000 BTU - New    450.00
Consultation, witness special inspection (per hour)    60.00


Pressure Vessel (Existing)    30.00
Pressure Vessel (New)    45.00
Pressure Vessel Inspection by Owner-user:
25 or less on single statement (per vessel)    5.00
26 through 100 on single statement (per statement)    100.00
101 through 500 on single statement (per statement)    200.00
over 500 on single statement (per statement)    400.00
Elevator Inspections Existing Elevators:
Hydraulic    85.00
Electric    85.00
Handicapped    85.00
Other Elevators    85.00
Elevator Inspections New Elevators:
Hydraulic    300.00
Electric    700.00
Handicapped    200.00
Other Elevators    200.00
Consultation and Review (per hour)    60.00
Escalators/Moving Walks    700.00
Remodeled Electric    500.00
Roped Hydraulic    500.00
Coal Mine Certification:
Mine Foreman    50.00
Temporary Mine Foreman    35.00
Fire Boss    50.00
Surface Foreman    50.00
Temporary Surface Foreman    35.00
Electrician underground    50.00
Electrician surface    50.00
Hoistman    50.00
Certification Retest (per section)    20.00
Certification Retest - Maximum Fee Charges    50.00
Hydrocarbon Mine Certifications:
Gilsonite Mine Foreman    50.00
Gilsonite Mine Examiner    50.00
Temporary Gilsonite Mine Foreman    35.00
Gilsonite Shot Firerer    50.00


Hoistman    50.00
Certification Retest (per section)    20.00
Certification Retest - Maximum Fee Charge    50.00
Photocopies, Search Fees, Printing
Black and White no special handling-per page    .25
Research, redacting, unstapling, restapling (under 1 hour)    15.00
More than 1 hour (per hour charge)    20.00
Color Printing- per page    .50
Certified Copies- per certification plus search fees if applicable    2.00
Electronic documents CD or DVD    2.00
Fax, plus telephone costs    .50
Department of Commerce
Commerce General Regulation
    In accordance with Section 13-1-2(3) the following fees are approved for the Department of Commerce for fiscal year 2013.
Administration
Booklets (or cost)
Commerce Department (All Divisions)
Priority Processing Fee    75.00
List of Licensees/Business Entities (or cost)    25.00
Photocopies (per copy)    .30
Verification of Licensure/Custodian of Record    20.00
Returned Check Charge    20.00
FBI Fingerprint File Search cost    20.00
BCI Fingerprint File Search    20.00
Fingerprint Processing Fee (Non-department)    10.00
GRAMA Requested Information Booklet, cost    10.00
Duplication Charge CD (Grama Record)    12.00
Administration
Motor Vehicle Franchise Act
Application Fee    83.00
Renewal Fee    83.00
Powersport Vehicle Franchise Act
Application Fee    83.00
Renewal Fee    83.00
Application Fee in addition to MVFA    27.00
Renewal Fee in addition to MVFA    27.00


Administration Late Renewal Fee    20.00
Employer Legal Status Voluntary Certification (Bi-annual)    3.00
Pawnbroker
Pawnshop Registration Fee    250.00
Law Enforcement Registration Fee    2.00
Property Rights Ombudsman
Filing Request for Advisory Opinion    150.00
Land Use Seminar Continuing Education    25.00
Books - Citizens guide to Land Use (single copy)    15.00
Books - Citizens guide to Land Use (each for six or more copies)    9.00
Books - Citizens guide to Land Use (Case of 22 books)    132.00
Administration
Home Owner Associations
HOA Registration    37.00
Change in HOA Registration    10.00
Occupational & Professional Licensing
Acupuncturist
New Application Filing    110.00
License Renewal    63.00
Alarm Company
Company Application Filing    330.00
Company License Renewal    203.00
Agent Application Filing    60.00
Agent License Renewal    42.00
Agent Temporary Permit    20.00
Architect
New Application Filing    110.00
License Renewals    63.00
Education and Enforcement Surcharge    10.00
Armored Car
Armored Car Company Registration    330.00
Armored Car Company Renewal    203.00
Armored Car Security Officer Registration    60.00
Armored Car Security Officer Renewal    42.00
Armored Car Education Approval    300.00
Armored Car Education Renewal    103.00
Athletic Agents


New Application Filing    510.00
License Renewal    510.00
Athletic Trainer
New Application Filing    70.00
License Renewal    47.00
Building Inspector
New Application Filing    85.00
License Renewal    63.00
Certified Court Reporter
New Application Filing    45.00
License Renewal    42.00
Certified Dietician
New Application Filing    60.00
License Renewals    37.00
Certified Nurse Midwife
New Application Filing    100.00
License Renewal    63.00
Intern-New Application Filing    35.00
Certified Public Accountant
Individual CPA Application Filing    85.00
Individual License/Certificate Renewal    63.00
CPA Firm Application for Registration    90.00
CPA Firm Registration Renewal    52.00
Chiropractic Physician
New Application Filing    200.00
License Renewal    103.00
Contractor
New Application Filing-Primary Classification    210.00
License Renewals    113.00
New Application Filing-Secondary Classification    110.00
Change Qualifier fees    50.00
Corporation Conversion Fee    35.00
Continuing Education Course Approval    40.00
Continuing Education Per Credit Hour Tracking    1.00
Controlled Substance
New Application Filing    100.00
License Renewal    78.00


Controlled Substance Handler
Facility New Application Filing    90.00
Facility License Renewal    68.00
Individual New Application Filing    90.00
Individual License Renewal    68.00
Controlled Substance Precursor
Distributor New Application Filing    210.00
License Renewal    113.00
Cosmetologist/Barber
New Application Filing    60.00
License Renewal    52.00
Instructor Certificate    60.00
School New Application Filing    110.00
School License Renewal    110.00
Barber New Application Fee    60.00
School License Renewal    52.00
Barber Instructor Certificate    60.00
Deception Detection
Examiner New Application Filing    50.00
Examiner License Renewal    32.00
Intern New Application Filing    35.00
Intern License Renewal    32.00
Dentist
New Application Filing    110.00
License Renewals    63.00
Anesthesia Upgrade (new application)    60.00
Dental Hygienist
New Application Filing    60.00
License Renewal    37.00
Anesthesia Upgrade (new application)    35.00
Direct Entry Midwife
New Application Filing    100.00
License Renewal    63.00
Electrician
New Application Filing    110.00
License Renewal    63.00
Continuing Education Course Approval    40.00


Continuing Education Per Credit Hour Tracking    1.00
Electrologist
New Application Filing    50.00
License Renewals    32.00
Instructor Certificate    60.00
School New Application Filing    110.00
School License Renewal    110.00
Elevator Mechanic
New Application Filing    110.00
License Renewal    63.00
Continuing Education Course Approval    40.00
Continuing Education Per Credit Hour Tracking    1.00
Engineer, Professional
New Application Filing    110.00
Engineer License Renewal    63.00
Structural Engineer New Application Filing    110.00
Structural Engineer License Renewal    63.00
Engineer
Education and Enforcement Surcharge    10.00
Environmental Health Scientist
New Application Filing    60.00
License Renewal    37.00
In Training: New Application Filing    60.00
Esthetician
New Application Filing    60.00
License Renewals    52.00
Instructor Certificate    60.00
Master Esthetician New Application Filing    85.00
Master Esthetician License Renewal    68.00
School New Application Filing    110.00
School License Renewal    110.00
Factory Built Housing
Dealer New Application Filing    30.00
Dealer License Renewal    30.00
On-site Plant Inspection ($50 per hour plus expenses)
Factory Built Housing Education and Enforcement Fee    75.00
Funeral Services


Director New Application Filing    160.00
Director License Renewal    88.00
Intern New Application Filing    85.00
Establishment New Application Filing    250.00
Establishment License Renewal    250.00
Genetic Counselor
New Application Filing    150.00
License Renewal    138.00
Geologist, Professional
New Application Filing    150.00
Geologist
License Renewal    123.00
Education and Enforcement Fund    15.00
Handyman Affirmation
Handyman Exemption Registration/Renewal    35.00
Health Facility Administrator
New Application Filing    120.00
License Renewals    83.00
Hearing Instrument Specialist
New Application Filing    150.00
License Renewal    103.00
Intern New Application Filing    35.00
Hunting Guide
New Application Filing    75.00
License Renewal    50.00
Landscape Architect
New Application Filing    110.00
License Renewal    63.00
Examination Fee Record    30.00
Education and Enforcement Fund    10.00
Land Surveyor
New Application Filing    110.00
License Renewals    63.00
Education and Enforcement Surcharge    10.00
Marriage and Family Therapist
Therapist New Application Filing    120.00
Therapist License Renewal    93.00


Associate New Application Filing    85.00
Externship New Application Filling    85.00
Massage
Therapist New Application Filing    60.00
Therapist License Renewal    52.00
Apprentice New Application Filing    35.00
Medical Language Interpreter
New Application Filing    50.00
Interpreter Renewal    25.00
Nail Technician
New Application Filing    60.00
License Renewal    52.00
Instructor Certificate    60.00
School New Application Filing    110.00
School License Renewal    110.00
Naturopathic Physician
New Application Filing    200.00
License Renewals    103.00
Nursing
Licensed Practical Nurse New Application Filing    60.00
Licensed Practical Nurse License Renewal    58.00
Registered Nurse New Application Filing    60.00
Registered Nurse License Renewal    58.00
Advanced Practice RN New Application Filing    100.00
Advanced Practice RN License Renewal    68.00
Advanced Practice RN-Intern New Application Filing    35.00
Certified Nurse Anesthetist New Application Filing    100.00
Certified Nurse Anesthetist License Renewal    68.00
Educational Program Approval-Initial Visit    500.00
Educational Program Approval-Follow-up    250.00
Medication Aide Certified New Application Filing    50.00
Medication Aide Certified License Renewal    42.00
Occupational Therapist
Occupational Therapist New Application Filing    70.00
Occupational Therapist License Renewal    47.00
Occupational Therapist Assistant New Application Filing    70.00
Occupational Therapist Assistants License Renewal    47.00


Online Contract Pharmacy
New Application    200.00
Renewal Fee    103.00
Online Internet Facilitator
New Application    7,000.00
Renewal Fee    7,000.00
Optometrist
New Application Filing    140.00
License Renewal    93.00
Osteopathic Physician Online Prescriber
New Application    200.00
License Renewal    183.00
Outfitter
New License Filing    150.00
Renewal License Fee    50.00
Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon
New Application Filing    200.00
License Renewals    183.00
Pharmacy
Pharmacist New Application Filing    110.00
Pharmacist License Renewal    63.00
Pharmacy Intern New Application Filing    100.00
Pharmacy Technician New Application Filing    60.00
Pharmacy Technician License Renewal    47.00
Pharmacy, Class A New Application Filing    200.00
Pharmacy, Class A License Renewal    103.00
Pharmacy, Class B New Application    200.00
Pharmacy, Class B License Renewal    103.00
Pharmacy, Class C New Application    200.00
Pharmacy, Class C License Renewal    103.00
Pharmacy, Class D New Application    200.00
Pharmacy, Class D License Renewal    103.00
Pharmacy, Class E New Application    200.00
Pharmacy, Class E License Renewal    103.00
Physical Therapy
New Application Filing    70.00
License Renewal    47.00


Physical Therapy Assistant
New Application Filing    60.00
License Renewal    47.00
Physician/Surgeon
New Application Filing    200.00
License Renewal    183.00
Physician Assistant
New Application Filing    180.00
License Renewals    123.00
Physician Online Prescriber
New Application    200.00
License Renewal    183.00
Plumber
New Application Filing    110.00
License Renewals    63.00
Podiatric Physician
New Application Filing    200.00
License Renewal    103.00
Pre-Need Funeral Arrangement
Sales Agent New Application Filing    85.00
Sales Agent License Renewal    73.00
Private Probation Provider
New Application Filing    85.00
License Renewal    63.00
Professional Counselor
New Application Filing    120.00
License Renewals    93.00
Professional Counselor Associate New Application Filing    85.00
Professional Counselor Externship    85.00
Psychologist
New Application Filing    200.00
License Renewal    128.00
Certified Psychology Resident New App Filing    85.00
Radiology
Radiology Technologist New Application Filing    70.00
Radiology Technologist License Renewal    47.00
Radiology Practical Technologist New Application Filing    70.00


Radiology Practical Technologist License Renewal    47.00
Recreation Therapy
Master Therapeutic Recreational Specialist New Application Filing    70.00
Master Therapeutic Recreational Specialist License Renewal    47.00
Therapeutic Recreational Specialist New Application Filing    70.00
Therapeutic Recreational Specialist License Renewal    47.00
Therapeutic Recreational Technical New License Application    70.00
Therapeutic Recreational Technician License Renewal    47.00
Residence Lien Recovery Fund
Initial Assessment    195.00
Registration Processing Fee-Voluntary Registrants    25.00
Post-claim Laborer Assessment    20.00
Beneficiary Claim Fee    120.00
Laborer Beneficiary Claim Fee    15.00
Reinstatement of Lapsed Registration    50.00
Late Fee    20.00
Certificate of Compliance Fee    30.00
Respiratory Care Practitioner
New Application Filing    60.00
License Renewal    52.00
Security Services
Contract Security Company Application Filing    330.00
Contract Security Company Renewal    203.00
Replace/Change Qualifier    50.00
Education Program Approval    300.00
Education Program Approval Renewal    103.00
Armed Security Officer New Application Filing    60.00
Armed Security Officer New License Renewal    42.00
Unarmed Security Officer New Application Filing    60.00
Unarmed Security Officer New License Renewal    42.00
Social Worker
Clinical Social Worker New Application Filing    120.00
Clinical Social Worker License Renewal    93.00
Certified Social Worker New Application Filing    120.00
Certified Social Worker License Renewal    93.00
Certified Social Worker Intern New    85.00
Social Work


Certified Social Worker Externship    85.00
Social Worker
Social Service Worker New Application Filing    85.00
Social Service Worker License Renewal    78.00
Speech Language Pathologist/Audiologist
Speech Language Pathologist New Application Filing    70.00
Speech Language Pathologist License Renewal    47.00
Audiologist New Application Filing    70.00
Audiologist License Renewal    47.00
Speech Language Pathologist / Audiologist
Speech Language Pathologist and Audiologist New Application Filing    70.00
Speech Language Pathologist and Audiologist License Renewal    47.00
Substance Abuse Counselor (Licensed)
New Application Filing    85.00
Substance Abuse Counselor, (Licensed)
License Renewal    78.00
Certified Substance Counselor    70.00
Certified Abuse Counselor Intern    70.00
Certified Substance Abuse Extern    70.00
Veterinarian
New Application Filing    150.00
License Renewal    73.00
Intern New Application Filing    35.00
Vocational Rehab Counselor
New Application Filing    70.00
License Renewal    47.00
Other
Inactive/Reactivation/Emeritus License    50.00
Temporary License    50.00
Late Renewal Fee    20.00
License/Registration Reinstatement    50.00
Duplicate License    10.00
Disciplinary File Search (per order document)    12.00
Change Qualifier Fee    50.00
UBC Seminar Fees
UBC Building Permit surcharge (Statute)
State Construction Registry Fees On-line


Notice of Commencement    7.50
Appended Notice of Commencement - On-line    7.50
Preliminary Notice    1.00
Notice of Completion    7.50
Required Notifications
Requested Notifications    10.00
Receipt Retrieval (Within 2 years)    1.00
Receipt Retrieval (Beyond 2 years)    5.00
Public Search    1.00
Annual Account Setup Fee (Auto Bill to Credit Card)    60.00
Annual Account Setup Fee (Invoice)    100.00
State Construction Registry Fees Off-line
Notice of Commencement    15.00
Appended Notice of Commencement - On-line    15.00
Preliminary Notice    6.00
Notice of Completion    15.00
Required Notifications    6.00
Requested Notifications    25.00
Receipt Retrieval (Within 2 years)    6.00
Receipt Retrieval (Beyond 2 years)    12.50
Public Search
Annual Account Setup Fee (Auto Bill to Credit Card)    75.00
Annual Account Setup Fee (Invoice)    125.00
Construction Ownership
Ownership Status Report    20.00
Ownership Listing/Change    20.00
Physician Educator
Physician Educator I new application fee    200.00
Physician Educator I renewal fee    183.00
Physician Educator II new application fee    200.00
Physician Educator I renewal fee    183.00
Radiologist Assistant
New Application Filing    70.00
License Renewal    47.00
Residence Lien Recovery Fund
Special Assessment Fee    105.00
State Construction Registry Fees On-line


Notice of Construction Loan    8.00
Notice of Intent to Complete    8.00
Notice of Retention    1.25
Notice of Remaining to Complete    1.25
State Construction Registry Fees Off-line
Notice of Construction Loan    15.00
Notice of Intent to Complete    16.00
Notice of Retention    8.00
Notice of Remaining to Complete    6.00
Notice of Loan Default
Building Permit (filed by city)
Withdrawal of Preliminary Notice
Securities
Securities Registration
Qualification Registration    300.00
Coordinated Registration    300.00
Transactional Exemptions
Transactional Exemptions    60.00
No-action and Interpretative Opinions    120.00
Licensing
Agent    60.00
Broker/Dealer    200.00
Investment Advisor (New and Renewal)    100.00
Investment Advisor Representative (New and Renewal)    50.00
Certified Dealer
New and Renewal    500.00
Certified Adviser
New and Renewal    500.00
Covered Securities Notice Filings
Investment Companies    600.00
All Other Covered Securities    100.00
Late Fee Rule 506 Notice Filing (>15 days after sale)    500.00
Federal Covered Adviser
New and Renewal    100.00
Securities Exemptions
Securities Exemptions    60.00
Other


Late Renewal Fee    20.00
Fairness Hearing    1,500.00
Statute Booklet
Rules and Forms Booklet (Excluding SCOR)
Small Corp. Offering Registration (SCOR)
Postage and Handling
Consumer Protection
Charitable Solicitation Act
Charity    100.00
Professional Fund Raiser    250.00
Telephone Solicitation
Telemarketing Registration    250.00
Health Spa
Health Spa    100.00
Credit Services Organization
Credit Services Organization    250.00
Debt Management Services Organizations    250.00
Business Opportunity Disclosure Register
Exempt    100.00
Approved    200.00
Child Protection Register
Child Protection Registry Fee (per e-mail)    .005
    Rate up to 20,000 and 40,000 units per calendar month, discounted thereafter.
Child Protection Registry
Step Volume 20,000-40,000 units in a month ($.00485)
    Variable quantity. Previous fee is $.005. 3% discount off previous step for each additional 20,000 units in calendar month. 3% discount for transactions 40-60K and each 20K step thereafter in a calendar month.
3% discount off previous step for each additional 20,000 units in calendar month
Pawnshop Registry
Out of State Pawnshop Database Request    750.00
Pawnshop/2nd hand store Registration Fee    250.00
Law Enforcement Registration Fee    2.00
Proprietary Schools
Initial Application    250.00
Renewal Application (1% of gross)


Registration Review (1% of gross)
Miscellaneous Fees
Late Renewal Fee (Per Month)    25.00
Microcassette Copying (per tape)
Proprietary Schools Registration/Application $500 min-$2,500 max, 1% of gross
Proprietary Schools
Accredited Institution Certificate of Exemption Registration/Renewal, 1% of Gross Rev. up to $2,500 or $1,500 Min.
Non-Profit Exemption Certificate Registration/Renewal    1,500.00
Corporations and Commercial Code
Articles of Incorporation
Domestic Profit    70.00
Domestic Nonprofit    30.00
Foreign Profit    70.00
Foreign Nonprofit    30.00
Reinstatement
Profit    70.00
Requalification/Reinstatement
Nonprofit    30.00
Changes of Corporate Status
Amend/Restate/Merge-Profit    37.00
Amend/Restate/Merge-Nonprofit    17.00
Amendment-Foreign    37.00
Pre-authorization of document    25.00
Statement of Correction    12.00
Conversion    37.00
Annual Report
Profit    15.00
Nonprofit    10.00
Limited Partnership    15.00
Limited Liability Company    15.00
On-line    15.00
Change Form    15.00
Certification
Corporate Standing    12.00
Corporate Standing-Long Form    20.00
Commercial Registered Agent


Registration    52.00
Changes    52.00
Terminations    52.00
Corporation Search
In House    10.00
Limited Partnership
Certificate/Qualification    70.00
Reinstate    70.00
Amend/Restate/Merge    37.00
Statement of Correction    12.00
Conversion    37.00
DBA
Registration    22.00
Renewals    22.00
Business/Real Estate Investment Trust    22.00
Trademark/Electronic Trademark
Initial Application and 1st Class Code    50.00
Each Additional Class Code    25.00
Renewals    50.00
Assignments    25.00
Unincorporated Cooperative Association
Articles of Incorporation/Qualification    22.00
Annual Report    7.00
Limited Liability Company
Articles of Organization/Qualification    70.00
Reinstate    70.00
Amend/Merge    37.00
Statement of Correction    12.00
Conversion    37.00
Other
Late Renewal Fee    10.00
Out of State Motorist Summons    12.00
Collection Agency Bond    32.00
Unregistered Foreign Business Fee    12.00
Foreign Name Registration    22.00
Statement of Certification    12.00
Name Reservation    22.00


Telecopier Transmittal    5.00
Telecopier Transmittal (per page)    1.00
Commercial Code Lien Filing
UCC I Filings - Per Page    12.00
UCC Addendum - Per Page    12.00
UCC III Assignment/Amendment    12.00
UCC III Continuation    12.00
UCC III Termination
CFS-1    12.00
CFS Addendum    12.00
CFS-3    12.00
CFS-2    12.00
CFS Registrant Fee    25.00
Master List    25.00
Lien Search
Search    12.00
Transactions Through Utah Interactive
Registered Principal Search    3.00
Business Entity Search - principals    1.00
Certificate of Good Standing    12.00
Subscription Fee    75.00
UCC Searches    12.00
List Compilation Customized
One Stop Business Registration
Real Estate
Appraisers
Licensed and Certified-Application    350.00
Licensed and Certified-Renewal    350.00
National Register (Cost or )    80.00
Temporary Permit    100.00
Appraiser Trainee Registration    100.00
Appraiser expert witness fee    200.00
Appraiser Trainee Renewal    100.00
Appraiser Pre-License School Application    100.00
Appraiser Pre-License Instructor Application    75.00
Appraiser CE Course Application/Renewal    75.00
Appraiser Temporary Permit Extension (one-time only)    100.00


Appraisal Management Company
Appraisal Management Company    350.00
Appraisal Management Company Renewal    350.00
Appraisal Management Company Late Fee    50.00
Broker/Sales Agent
New Application (2 year)    100.00
Renewal    30.00
Activation    15.00
New Company    200.00
Company Broker Change    50.00
Company Name Change    100.00
Verification (Per Copy)    20.00
General Division Fees
Duplicate License    10.00
Certifications/Computer Histories    20.00
Late Renewal Fee (except for Mortgage which is already $50)    50.00
Reinstatement Fee    100.00
Branch Office    200.00
No Action Letter    120.00
Continuing Education Instructor/Course Late Fee    25.00
Mortgage Broker
Mortgage Lender Individual / PLM / ALM -Application    100.00
Mortgage Lender Individual / PLM - Renewal    30.00
Mortgage Lender Entities-Application    200.00
Mortgage Lender Entities-Renewal    203.00
Mortgage DBA Fee    200.00
Activation Fee    15.00
Subdivided Land
Exemption-HUD    100.00
Exemption: Water Corporation    50.00
Temporary Permit    100.00
Subdivided Land:
Application    500.00
Per unit charge over 30    3.00
Inspection Deposit    300.00
Consolidation    200.00
Per unit charge    3.00


Renewal Report    203.00
Timeshare and Camp Resort:
Salesperson-New and Renewal    100.00
Registration    500.00
Per unit charge over 100    3.00
Inspection Deposit    300.00
Consolidation    200.00
Per unit charge    3.00
Temporary Permit    100.00
Renewal Reports    203.00
Supplementary Filing Fee
Supplementary Filing Fee    200.00
Mortgage Education
Mortgage Education Fee - Individual    36.00
Mortgage Education Fee-Entity    50.00
Mortgage Prelicense School Certification    100.00
Mortgage Prelicense Instructor Certification/Renewal    75.00
Mortgage Branch Schools    100.00
Mortgage Continuing Education Course Certification/Application Renewal    75.00
Mortgage Continuing Education Instructor Certification    50.00
Mortgage Out of State Records Inspection fee    500.00
Real Estate Education
Education
Real Estate Education Broker    18.00
Real Estate Education Agent    12.00
Certifications
Real Estate Prelicense School Certification    100.00
Real Estate Prelicense Instructor Certification    75.00
Real Estate Education
Real Estate Continuing Education Course Certification    75.00
Real Estate Continuing Education Instructor Certification    50.00
Certifications
Real Estate Branch Schools    100.00
Appraiser Prelicense Course Certification    70.00
Appraiser CE Instructor Application/Renewal    75.00
Other
Trust Account Seminar    5.00


No Action Letter    120.00
Insurance Department
Insurance Department Administration
    In accordance with Section 31A-3-103 the following fees are approved for the Insurance Department for fiscal year 2013.
Administration
Global license fees for Admitted Insurers
Certificate of Authority-initial license application    1,000.00
Certificate of Authority-renewal    300.00
Certificate of Authority - Late Renewal    350.00
Certificate of Authority-Reinstatement    1,000.00
Certificate of Authority-amendment    250.00
Certificate of Authority- Orderly Plan of Withdrawal    50,000.00
Form A Filing    2,000.00
Redomestication Filing    2,000.00
Organizational Permit for Mutual Insurer    1,000.00
Insurer Examinations - Agency Cost    60.00
Global Service Fees for Admitted Insurers
Zero premium volume
    Per Insurance Rule R590-102-5(4)(d)(i).
More than $0 to less than $1M premium volume    700.00
$1M to less than $3M premium volume    1,100.00
$3M to less than $6 M premium volume    1,550.00
$6M to less than $11M premium volume    2,100.00
$11M to less than $15M premium volume    2,750.00
$15M to less than $20M premium volume    3,500.00
$20M or more in premium volume    4,350.00
Global License Fees for Surplus Lines Insurer, Other Organization, Accredited/Trusteed Reinsurer
Surplus Lines Insurer and Accredited/Trusteed Reinsurer
Initial license application    1,000.00
Renewal    300.00
Global License Fees for Surplus Lines Insurer; Other Organization; Accredited/Trusteed Reinsurer
Late Renewal    350.00
Reinstatement    1,000.00
Other Organization


Initial License Application    250.00
Renewal    200.00
Late Renewal    250.00
Reinstatement    250.00
Global Service Fee for Surplus Lines Insurer, Other Organization
Accredited/Trusteed Reinsurer    200.00
Life Settlement Provider Fees
Initial license application    1,000.00
Renewal    300.00
Late Renewal    350.00
Reinstatement    1,000.00
Annual service fee    600.00
Global Individual license fee
Res/non-res full line producer license or renewal per two-year license period
Initial, or renewal if renewed prior to renewal deadline    70.00
Reinstatement of Lapsed License    120.00
Res/non-res limited line producer license or renewal per two-year licensing period
Initial or renewal if renewed prior to renewal deadline    45.00
Reinstatement of lapsed license    95.00
Res/non-res full line producer license or renewal per two-year license period
Dual Title License Form Filing    25.00
Addition of producer classification or line of authority to individual producer license    25.00
Global Full Line and Limited Line Agency License Fee
Res/non-res initial or renewal license if renewed prior to renewal deadline    75.00
Reinstatement of lapsed license    125.00
Addition of agency class or line of authority to agency license    25.00
Resident Title initial or renewal license if renewed prior to renewal deadline    100.00
Resident Title Reinstatement of Lapsed License    150.00
Health Insurance Purchasing Alliance (per annual license period)
Res/non-res initial or renewal license if renewed prior to renewal deadline    500.00
Late Renewal    550.00
Reinstatement of lapsed license    550.00
Continuing Education Fees
CE provider initial or renewal license prior to renewal deadline    250.00
CE provider reinstatement of lapsed license    300.00
CE provider post approval or $5 per hour, whichever is more    25.00
Other fees


Photocopy per page    .50
Copy Complete Annual Statement    40.00
Production of Lists
Printed per page (information already in list format)    1.00
Electronic
Base fee (due with request):1 CD and up to 30 minutes of staff time    50.00
Additional Fee (bill by invoice): each additional 30 minutes or fraction thereof    50.00
Additional CD (per CD)    2.00
Other fees
Accepting Service of legal process    10.00
Returned check charge    20.00
Workers' Comp schedule    5.00
Address Correction Fee    35.00
Restricted Special Revenue Fees
Title Insurance Recovery, Education, and Research Fund
Initial Title Agency License    1,000.00
Renewal Title Agency License
Band A-$0-$1 million premium volume    125.00
Band B->$1-$10 million premium volume    250.00
Band C->$10-$20 million premium volume    375.00
Band D->$20 million premium volume    500.00
Individual Title Licensee Initial or Renewal License    15.00
Professional Employers Organization(PEO)
PEO - Standard - Initial/Renewal    2,000.00
PEO - Standard - Late Renewal or Reinstatement    2,050.00
PEO - Certified by an Assurance Organization - Initial    2,000.00
PEO - Certified by an Assurance Organization - Renewal    1,000.00
PEO - Certified Late Renewal or Reinstatement    1,050.00
PEO - Small operator - Initial    2,000.00
PEO - Small operator - Renewal    1,000.00
PEO - Small Operator - Late Renewal or Reinstatement    1,050.00
Relative Value Study
Restricted Revenue Fees
Relative Value Study
Relative Value Study Book    10.00
Code Books (cost to agency)    57.15
Mailing fee for books    3.00


Insurance Fraud Program
Fraud Investigation Division
Zero to $1M premium volume    150.00
>$1M to less than $2.5M premium volume    400.00
$2.5M to less than $5M premium volume    700.00
$5M to less than $10M premium volume    1,350.00
$10M to less than $50M premium volume    5,150.00
$50M or more in premium volume    12,350.00
Fraud Division Investigative Recovery
    FY 2013 Estimated Collections of $400,000.
Fraud Division Assessment - Late fee for payment past due date    50.00
Captive Insurers
Captive Insurer Fees
Initial license application    200.00
Initial license application review (actual costs incurred)
Initial license issuance    5,000.00
Renewal    5,000.00
Late Renewal    5,050.00
Reinstatement    5,050.00
Captive Insurer Examination Reimbursements
    FY 2011 Collections of $30,000.
Electronic Commerce Fee
Electronic Commerce Restricted fees
E-commerce and internet technology services fees
Insurer: admitted, surplus lines    75.00
Captive Insurer    250.00
Other organization and life settlement provider    50.00
CE Provider    20.00
Agency and Health Insurance Purchasing Alliance    10.00
Individual    5.00
Access to rate and form filing database
Base fee (1 DVD and up to 30 minutes access and staff help)    45.00
Additional fee (each additional 30 minutes or fraction thereof)    45.00
Additional DVD (per DVD)    2.00
Electronic Commerce Restricted fees
Database access    3.00
Paper filing process fee    5.00


Paper application processing fee    25.00
GAP Waiver Program
Restricted Revenue Fees
Guaranteed Asset Protection Waiver
Registration Fee/Annual Fee    1,000.00
GAP Waiver Assessment    50.00
Criminal Background Checks
Fingerprinting Fee
Bureau of Criminal Investigation(BCI)    20.00
Federal Bureau of Investigation    19.25
Risk Adjuster
Restricted Revenue Fees
Health Insurance Actuarial Review Assessment
Assessment for Actuary    150,000.00
Bail Bond Program
Bail Bond Agency (annual license period)
Resident initial or renewal license if renewed prior to renewal deadline    250.00
Reinstatement of lapsed license    300.00
Title Insurance Program
Title Insurance Regulation Assessment    80,000.00
Social Services
Department of Health
Executive Director's Operations
    In accordance with Section 26-1-6 and 63J-1-504, the following fees are approved for the Department of Health for fiscal year 2013.
Executive Director
Government Records Access and Management Act (GRAMA) Fees
Labor time for file search and / or information compilation
Staff time - Department of Technology Services    70.00
    For Department of Technology Services or programmer / analyst staff time per hour; $70.00
Staff time - Department of Health    35.00
    For Department of Health staff time; first 15 minutes free, additional time per hour; $35.00
Copy cost per page 11 x 8.5 Black and White per copy    .15
Copy cost per page 11x17 or color per copy    .40
Fax cost per page    .50


Copy of information on disk per kilobyte    .02
Other communication medium; actual cost
Mailing or shipping cost; actual cost
Center for Health Data
Public Use Data Sets - Single Year License Fee for Public Agencies and Non-Profit Organizations
Inpatient, Ambulatory Surgery, and Emergency Department Encounter Public Use
File I - for the latest year only    1,575.00
File III - for the latest year only    250.00
Public Use Tapes - Multi-Year License Fee - Existing User
Inpatient, Ambulatory Surgery, and Emergency Department Encounter Public Use
File I - multiple year data set (3 years prior to current year)    1,500.00
File III - multiple year data set (3 years prior to current year)    250.00
Public Use Secondary Release License, Files I per year
First year (5 copies)    375.00
Annual renewal fee (5 copies)    375.00
Additional copies (in excess of 5)    50.00
Public Use Data Set - Single Year License Fee for Private Sector Agencies Organizations
Inpatient, Ambulatory Surgery, and Emergency Department Encounter Public Use
File I - for the latest year only    3,150.00
File III - for one year only    1,050.00
Public Use Data Set, Multi Year License Fee for Private Sector Agencies - Existing User
Inpatient, Ambulatory Surgery, and Emergency Department Encounter Public Use
File I - multiple year data set (3 years prior to current year)    3,000.00
File III - multiple year data set (3 years prior to current year)    1,000.00
Public Use Data Set - Single Year License Fee for Data Suppliers
Inpatient, Ambulatory Surgery, and Emergency Department Encounter Public Use
File I - for the latest year only
Large System/Corporation (>35,000 discharges per year)    3,150.00
Large Single/Multiple Hospital (5,000-35,000 discharges per year)    1,575.00
Small or Medium Single Hospital (<5,000 discharges per year)    525.00
Private Sector Secondary Release License, File I - III, per year
First Year (5 copies)    1,050.00
Annual renewal fee (5 copies)    525.00
Additional copies (in excess of 5)    50.00
Financial Database    50.00
Research Data Set License Fee


Inpatient, Ambulatory Surgery, and Emergency Department Encounter Research Data Set
Latest Year    3,150.00
Three years prior    3,000.00
Research Data Set Secondary Release License Fee
Inpatient data set for the latest year    1,500.00
Ambulatory surgery data set for the latest year    750.00
Emergency Department encounter data set for the last year    750.00
Research Data Set for Federal Databases with Secondary Release License Fee
Inpatient data set for the latest year    4,500.00
Ambulatory surgery data set for the latest year    4,500.00
Multi-Year Healthcare Effectiveness Data and Information Set License Fee
Public, Educational, Non-profit Research Organizations
File I - Latest Year (per data set)    1,050.00
File II - Previous Year (per data set)    750.00
File III - Any Earlier Years (per data set)    500.00
Private Sector Agencies
File I - Latest Year (per data set)    1,575.00
File II - Previous Year (per data set)    1,250.00
File III - Any Earlier Years (per data set)    1,000.00
Health Maintenance Organization or Preferred Provider Organization Enrollee Satisfaction Survey Data Set License Fee
Public, Educational, Non-profit Research Organizations
File I - Latest Year (per data set)    1,050.00
File II - Previous Year (per data set)    750.00
File III - Any Earlier Years (per data set)    500.00
Private Sector Agencies
File I - Latest Year (per data set)    1,575.00
File II - Previous Year (per data set)    1,250.00
File III - Any Earlier Years (per data set)    1,000.00
Data Suppliers (contributing Health Maintenance Organizations or Preferred Provider Organizations)
File I - Latest Year (per data set)    420.00
File II - Previous Year (per data set)    300.00
File III - Any Earlier Years (per data set)    200.00
Data Suppliers (Non-contributing Health Maintenance Organizations or Preferred Provider Organizations)
File I - Latest Year (per data set)    840.00


File II - Previous Year (per data set)    600.00
File III - Any Earlier Years (per data set)    400.00
Fee for Data Suppliers Purchases
Hard Copy Reports Miscellaneous    10.00
Standard Report 1 - Inpatient, Emergency    50.00
Standard Report 1 - Ambulatory Surgery    50.00
Hospital Financial Report    50.00
Special Reports    15.00
Special Data Request, per hour, ($70 minimum)    55.00
Other Fees
Data suppliers' special data request, per hour    35.00
Data Management Fees for Reprocessing - Data Errors - To cover costs of processing resubmissions of data with system errors (may be waived as incentive for timely resubmission)    39.90
Birth Certificate
Initial Copy    18.00
Additional Copies    8.00
Stillbirth    15.00
Affidavit    25.00
Book Copy of Birth Certificate    21.00
Adoption    55.00
Expedite Fee    12.00
Death Certificate
Initial Copy    16.00
Additional Copies    8.00
Burial Transit Permit    7.00
Disinterment Permit    25.00
Specialized Services
Paternity Search, per hour (1 hour minimum)    16.00
Delayed Registration    55.00
Marriage and Divorce Abstracts    16.00
Legitimation    55.00
Adoption Registry    25.00
Adoption Expedite Fee    25.00
Death Research, per hour (1 hour minimum)    9.00
Court Order Name Changes    25.00
Court Order Paternity    55.00


On-line Access to Computerized Vital Records, per month    12.00
Ad-hoc Statistical Requests, per hour    45.00
Family Health and Preparedness
Child Development
Annual License Fees
Annual Licensed Child Care Facility Base Fee    25.00
Annual Residential Child Care Certificate Base Fee    25.00
    Plus the appropriate fee as listed below to any new or renewal license
Change in license or certificate during the license period more than twice a year.    25.00
Child Care Center Facilities Per Child fee    1.50
Late Fee
Within 1 to 30 days after expiration of license facility will be assessed 50% of scheduled fee.    12.50
New Provider/Change in Ownership
New Provider/Change in Ownership Applications for Child Care center facilities    200.00
    A $200.00 fee will be assessed for services rendered to providers seeking initial licensure or change of ownership to cover the cost of processing the application, staff consultation, review of facility policies, initial inspection, etc. This fee will be due at the time of application.
Other Fees
Fee for non-compliant facilities and additional inspections for non-compliant facilities    25.00
Child care program fees are not refundable.
Child Care Licensing Rules - Cost plus mailing
    (Licensees receive one copy of each newly published edition of applicable Facility Rules. Additional copies of the rules will reflect the cost of printing and mailing.)
BabyWatch / Early Intervention
Monthly charges based on a sliding fee schedule from $10.00 to $100.00
Children with Special Health Care Needs
Office Visit, New Patient
99201 Problem focused, straightforward     44.00
99202 Expanded problem, straightforward     76.00
99203 Detailed, low complexity     112.00
99204 Comprehensive, Moderate complexity    172.00
99205 Comprehensive, high complexity    217.00
Office Visit, Established Patient
99211 Minimal Service or non-Medical Doctor    24.00
99212 Problem focused, straightforward    45.00


99213 Expanded problem, low complexity    74.00
99214 Detailed, moderate complexity     111.00
99215 Comprehensive, high complexity     151.00
Office Consultation, New or Established Patient
99241 Problem focused, straightforward    60.00
99242 Expanded problem focused, straightforward    110.00
99243 Detailed exam, low complexity    151.00
99244 Comprehensive, moderate complexity    223.00
99245 Comprehensive, high complexity    275.00
95974 Cranial Neurostimulation evaluation    160.00
99354 Prolonged, face to face, first hour    114.00
99355 Prolonged, face to face, additional 30 minutes    112.00
99358 Prolonged, non face to face, first hour    93.00
99359 Prolonged, non face to face, additional 30 minutes    51.00
T1013 Sign Language oral interview    13.00
Nutrition
97802 Medical Nutrition Assessment    22.00
97803 Nutrition Reassessment    22.00
Psychology
96101 Psychological Testing    136.00
96102 Psychological Testing by technician    65.00
96103 Psychological Testing with computer    60.00
96110 Developmental Testing    136.00
96111 Extended Developmental Testing    136.00
90801 Diagnostic Exam, per hour    160.00
90801-52 Diagnostic Exam, per hour, Reduced Procedures    80.00
90802 Interactive Psychiatric Exam    160.00
90804 Psychotherapy, face to face, 20-30 minutes    68.00
90806 Psychotherapy, face to face, 50 minutes    130.00
90846 Family Medical Psychotherapy, 30 minutes    90.00
90847 Family Medical Psychotherapy, conjoint 30 minutes    130.00
90882 Environmental Intervention with Agencies, Employers, etc.    49.00
90882-52 Environmental Intervention Reduced Procedures    23.00
90885 Evaluation of hospital records    40.00
90889 Preparation of reports    40.00
Physical and Occupational Therapy
97001 Physical Therapy Evaluation    90.00


97002 Physical Therapy Re-evaluation    52.00
97003 Occupational Therapy Evaluation    90.00
97004 Occupational Therapy Re-evaluation    52.00
97110 Therapeutic Physical Therapy    33.00
97530 Therapeutic Activity    40.00
97535 Self Care Management    30.00
95742 Wheelchair Assessment fitting/training, per 15 minutes    25.00
95755 Assistive Technology Assessment, per 15 minutes    25.00
97760 Orthotic Management    38.00
97762 Orthotic/prosthetic Use Management    38.00
G9012 Wheelchair Measurement / Fitting    312.00
Speech
92506 Speech Basic Assessment    170.00
92506-22 Speech Assessment, unusual procedures    180.00
92506-52 Speech Assessment, reduced procedures    80.00
Ophthalmology
92002 Exam & Evaluation, intermediate, new patient    81.00
92012 Exam & evaluation, intermediate, established patient    85.00
92015 Determination of refractive state    51.00
Audiology
92285 Photoscreen    48.00
92551 Audiometry, Pure Tone Screen    33.00
92552 Audiometry, Pure Tone Threshold    36.00
92553 Audiometry, Air and Bone    44.00
92555 Speech Audiometry threshold testing    28.00
92556 Speech Audiometry threshold/speech recognition testing    40.00
92557 Basic Comprehension, Audiometry    80.00
92567 Tympanometry    26.00
92568 Acoustic reflex testing, threshold    45.00
92579 Visual reinforcement audiometry    57.00
92579-52 Visual reinforcement audiometry, limited    47.00
92582 Conditioning Play Audiometry    80.00
92585 Auditory Evoked Potentials testing    95.00
92587 Evoked Otoacoustic emissions testing    58.00
92590 Hearing Aid Exam    53.00
92591 Hearing Aid Exam, Binaural    108.00
92592-52 Hearing aid check, monaural    31.00


92593-52 Hearing aid check, binaural    44.00
92596 Ear Protector Evaluation    84.00
92596-52 Ear Mold, one ear    42.00
92620 Evaluation of Central Auditory Function    87.00
92621 Evaluation of Central Auditory function - each additional 15 minutes    22.00
V5008 Hearing Check, Patient Under 3 Years Old    38.00
V5257 Hearing Aid, Digital Monaural    550.00
V5261 Hearing Aid, Digital Binaural    1,100.00
V5264 Ear Mold Insert    42.00
V5266 Hearing Aid battery    1.00
BabyWatch / Early Intervention
Monthly charges based on a sliding fee schedule from $10.00 to $100.00
BabyWatch / Early Intervention Newborn Screening
Newborn Screening
    State Lab Collects Fee this is Children with Special Health Care Needs Portion
BabyWatch / Early Intervention Newborn Hearing
Newborn Hearing
    State Lab Collects Fee this is Children with Special Health Care Needs Portion
    FAMILY HEALTH AND PREPAREDNESS DIVISION
    SLIDING FEE SCHEDULE and CHIP
    Patient's Financial     0%     0%     20%     40%     60%     100%     CHIP
    Responsibility (PFR)
    % of Federal     100%     0% to     133% to     150% to     185% to     >225%     200%
    Poverty Guideline          133%     150%     185%     225%          
    FAMILY SIZE     MONTHLY FAMILY INCOME
    1     $930.83     $0.00 -     $1,238.02-     $1,396.26-     $1,722.05-     $2,094.39     $1,861.67
              $1,238.01     $1,396.25     $1,722.04     $2,094.38     and up     
    2     $1,260.83     $0.00 -     $1,676.92-     $1,891.26-     $2,332.55-     $2,836.89     $2,521.67
              $1,676.91     $1,891.25     $2,332.54     $2,836.88     and up     
    3     $1,590.83     $0.00 -     $2,115.82-     $2,386.26-     $2,943.05-     $3,579.39     $3,181.67
              $2,115.81     $2,386.25     $2,943.04     $3,579.38     and up     
    4     $1,920.83     $0.00 -     $2,554.72-     $2,881.26-     $3,553.55-     $4,321.89     $3,841.67
              $2,554.71     $2,881.25     $3,553.54     $4,321.88     and up     
    5     $2,250.83     $0.00 -     $2,993.62-     $3,376.26-     $4,164.05-     $5,064.39     $4,501.67
              $2,993.61     $3,376.25     $4,164.04     $5,064.38     and up     
    6     $2,580.83     $0.00 -     $3,432.52-     $3,871.26-     $4,774.55-     $5,806.89     $5,161.67
              $3,432.51     $3,871.25     $4,774.54     $5,806.88     and up     
    7     $2,910.83     $0.00 -     $3,871.42-     $4,366.26-     $5,385.05-     $6,549.39     $5,821.67


              $3,871.41     $4,366.25     $5,385.04     $6,549.38     and up     
    8     $3,240.83     $0.00 -     $4,310.32-     $4,861.26-     $5,995.55-     $7,291.89     $6,481.67
              $4,310.31     $4,861.25     $5,995.54     $7,291.88     and up     
    Each Additional                                   
    Family Member     $330.00     $438.90     $495.00     $610.50     $742.50     $742.50     $660.00
    NOTE: This Family Health and Preparedness schedule is based on Federal Poverty Guidelines published in the Federal Register, Vol. 77, No. 17, January 26, 2012, pages 4034 - 4035. When new poverty guidelines are published, the fee scale will be changed as required by federal law, Title V of the Social Security Act, and in accordance with guidelines published by the Department of Health and Human Services, Office of the Secretary.
    FAMILY HEALTH AND PREPAREDNESS DIVISION
    Baby Watch Early Intervention Program
    Sliding Fee Schedule
    Monthly Family Fee     exempt     $10.00     $20.00     $30.00     $40.00          
    Fee Group     FX     FH     FG     FF     FE          
         modified     modified     modified     modified     modified          
    FAMILY SIZE     Income     Income     Income     Income     Income          
    2     $0.00 -     $28,141.80-     $30,260.00-     $37,825.00-     $45,390.00-          
         $28,141.79     $30,259.99     $37,824.99     $45,389.99     $60,519.99          
    3     $0.00 -     $35,507.40-     $38,180.00-     $47,725.00-     $57,270.00-          
         $35,507.39     $38,179.99     $47,724.99     $57,269.99     $76,359.99          
    4     $0.00 -     $42,873.00-     $46,100.00-     $57,625.00-     $69,150.00-          
         $42,872.99     $46,099.99     $57,624.99     $69,149.99     $92,199.99          
    5     $0.00 -     $50,238.60-     $54,020.00-     $67,525.00-     $81,030.00-          
         $50,238.59     $54,019.99     $67,524.99     $81,029.99     $108,039.99          
    6     $0.00 -     $57,604.20-     $61,940.00-     $77,425.00-     $92,910.00-          
         $57,604.19     $61,939.99     $77,424.99     $92,909.99     $123,879.99          
    7     $0.00 -     $64,969.80-     $69,860.00-     $87,325.00-     $104,790.00-          
         $64,969.79     $69,859.99     $87,324.99     $104,789.99     $139,719.99          
    8     $0.00 -     $72,335.40-     $77,780.00-     $97,225.00-     $116,670.00-          
         $72,335.39     $77,779.99     $97,224.99     $116,669.99     $155,559.99          
    Each Additional                                   
    Family Member     $3,960     $7,366     $7,920     $9,900     $11,880          
    Baby Watch Early Intervention Program
    Sliding Fee Schedule, Continued...
    Monthly Family Fee     $50.00     $60.00     $80.00     $100.00               
    Fee Group     FD     FC     FB     FA               
         modified     modified     modified     modified               
    FAMILY SIZE     Income     Income     Income     Income               
    2     $60,520.00-     $75,650.00-     $90,780.00-     $105,910.00               
         $75,649.99     $90,779.99     $105,909.99     and above               


    3     $76,360.00-     $95,450.00-     $114,540.00-     $133,630.00               
         $95,449.99     $114,539.99     $133,629.99     and above               
    4     $92,200.00-     $115,250.00-     $138,300.00-     $161,350.00               
         $115,249.99     $138,299.99     $161,349.99     and above               
    5     $108,040.00-     $135,050.00-     $162,060.00-     $189,070.00               
         $135,049.99     $162,059.99     $189,069.99     and above               
    6     $123,880.00-     $154,850.00-     $185,820.00-     $216,790.00               
         $154,849.99     $185,819.99     $216,789.99     and above               
    7     $139,720.00-     $174,650.00-     $209,580.00-     $244,510.00               
         $174,649.99     $209,579.99     $244,509.99     and above               
    8     $155,560.00-     $194,450.00-     $233,340.00-     $272,230.00               
         $194,449.99     $233,339.99     $272,229.99     and above               
    Each Additional                                   
    Family Member     $15,840     $19,800     $23,760     $27,720               
    NOTE: This DFHP schedule is based on Federal Poverty Guidelines published in the Federal Register, Vol. 77, No. 17, January 26, 2012, pages 4034 - 4035. When new poverty guidelines are published, the fee scale will be changed as required by federal law, Title V of the Social Security Act, and in accordance with guidelines published by the Department of Health and Human Services, Office of the Secretary.
Emergency Medical Services
Registration, Certification and Testing
Certification Fee
Initial Emergency Medical Responder and Emergency Medical Technician-Basic Quality Assurance Review Fee    30.00
Practical Quality Assurance Review Fee for Advanced Levels (Emergency Medical Technician-Intermediate, Emergency Medical Technician - Intermediate Advanced, and Paramedic)    30.00
Quality Assurance Review Fee for Emergency Medical Dispatcher Initial Certification, Reciprocity and Recert    15.00
Recertification Fee
Practical Quality Assurance Review Fee    20.00
Lapsed Certification Fee    30.00
Written Test Fee
Basic Emergency Medical Technician Certification Written Test/Re-test Fee
All written tests, re-tests    20.00
Practical Test Fees
Emergency Medical Responder
Emergency Medical Responder Certification Practical Test    80.00


Emergency Medical Responder Certification Practical Re-Test (per station)    40.00
Emergency Medical Technician
Basic Certification Practical Test    80.00
Basic Certification Practical Re-Test (per station)    40.00
Basic Recertification Practical Test
Basic Recertification/Reciprocity Practical Test    80.00
Basic Recertification/Reciprocity Practical Re-Test, Medical Scenario    40.00
Basic Recertification/Reciprocity Practical Re-Test, Trauma Scenario    40.00
Intermediate Practical Test Fee    80.00
Intermediate Practical Re-test Fee per station    40.00
Intermediate Advanced Practical Test Fee    100.00
Intermediate Advanced Practical Retest per station    50.00
Paramedic Practical Initial and Reciprocity Test    200.00
Paramedic Practical Reciprocity retest per station    70.00
Annual Quality Assurance Review Fee, per vehicle
Ground Ambulance, Basic    100.00
Ground Ambulance, Intermediate    130.00
Interfacility Transfer Ambulance, Basic    100.00
Interfacility Transfer Ambulance, Intermediate    130.00
Paramedic Rescue    165.00
Paramedic Tactical Response    165.00
Paramedic Ambulance    170.00
Paramedic Interfacility Transfer Service    170.00
Fleet fee (agency with 20 or more vehicles)    3,200.00
Quick Response Unit, Basic    65.00
Quick Response Unit, Intermediate    65.00
Advanced Air Ambulance    130.00
Specialized Air Ambulance    165.00
Emergency Medical Dispatch Center, per center    65.00
Resource Hospital, per hospital    65.00
Out of State Air Ambulance    200.00
Quality Assurance Application Reviews
Original Ground Ambulance/Paramedic License Negotiated    650.00
Original Ambulance/Paramedic License Contested - up to actual cost
Original Designation    125.00
Renewal Ambulance/Paramedic/Air License    125.00
Renewal Designation    125.00


Upgrade in Ambulance Service Level    125.00
Original Air Ambulance License    650.00
Original Air Ambulance License with Commission on Accreditation of Medical Transport Services Certification    250.00
Change in ownership/operator, non-contested    650.00
Change in ownership/operator, contested up to actual cost
Change in geographic service area, non-contested    650.00
Change in geographic service area, contested up to actual cost
Voluntary Trauma Center Designation - Level I, II, III, IV, and V
Site Team Initial Verification/Quality Assurance Review    3,000.00
Re-Designation Quality Assurance Review    2,500.00
Designation Consultation Quality Assurance Review    500.00
Focused Quality Assurance Review    1,500.00
Quality Assurance Course Review Fee
Emergency Medical Responder Course    125.00
Basic Emergency Medical Technician Course    125.00
Paramedic Course    125.00
Emergency Medical Technician-Intermediate Advanced Course    125.00
Emergency Medical Technician-Intermediate Course    125.00
Emergency Medical Dispatch Course    35.00
Course Quality Assurance Review Late Fee (less than 30 days)    25.00
Emergency Medical Services Training & Testing Agency Designation    125.00
New Instructor Course Registration    150.00
New Instructor Course Registration Late Fee    25.00
Course Coordinator Seminar Registration    50.00
Course Coordinator Seminar Registration Late Fee    25.00
New Course Coordinator Course Registration    50.00
New Course Coordinator Course Registration Late Fee    25.00
Instructor Seminar Registration    150.00
Instructor Seminar Registration Late Fee    25.00
Instructor Seminar Vendor Fee    200.00
New Training Officer Course Registration    50.00
New Training Officer Course Registration Late Fee    25.00
Training Officer Seminar Registration    50.00
Training Officer Seminar Registration Late Fee    25.00
Emergency Vehicle Operations Instructor Course    40.00
Medical Director's Course    50.00


Pediatric Advanced Life Support Course    60.00
Pediatric Education for Prehospital Professionals Course    60.00
Management Seminar    50.00
Prehospital Trauma Life Support Course    175.00
Equipment delivery fee
Salt Lake County    25.00
Davis, Utah, and Weber Counties    50.00
Late Fee, per day    10.00
    Training Supplies, rental of equipment and Accessories Charge for course supplies and accessories to be based upon most recent acquisition cost plus 20% rounded up to the nearest $0.10 (computed quarterly) Free On Board Salt Lake City, Utah.
Background Checks
Background checks (name only)    30.00
Fingerprint cards or electronic transmission    65.00
Data
Pre-hospital Data (academic, non-profit, and other government users)    800.00
Pre-hospital Data (for-profit users)    1,600.00
Trauma Registry Data (academic, non-profit, and other government users)    800.00
Trauma Registry Data (for-profit users)    1,600.00
EMS Grants Program Criminal Fines and Surcharges
EMS Grants Program Criminal Fines and Surcharges per 63-63a-3    3,500,000.00
Facility Licensure, Certification, and Resident Assessment
Annual License Fees
Health Facilities base fee    260.00
    A base fee for health facilities of $260.00 plus the appropriate fee as indicated below applies to any new or renewal license.
Abortion Clinics    1,800.00
Two Year Licensing Base Fees
Plus the appropriate fee as listed below to any new or renewal license
Health Care Facility, every other year    520.00
Health Care Providers
Change Fee
Health Care Providers    130.00
    A fee of $130.00 is charged to health care providers making changes to their existing license.
Hospitals


Hospital Licensed Bed    39.00
Nursing Care Facilities, and Small Health Care Facilities Licensed Bed    31.20
Residential Treatment Facilities Licensed Bed    26.00
End Stage Renal Disease Centers Licensed Station    182.00
Freestanding Ambulatory Surgery Centers (per facility)    2,990.00
Birthing Centers (per licensed unit)    520.00
Hospice Agencies    1,495.00
Home Health Agencies/Personal Care Agencies    1,495.00
Personal Care Agencies    1,000.00
Mammography Screening Facilities    520.00
Assisted Living Facilities Type I - per Licensed Bed    26.00
Assisted Living Facilities Type II - per Licensed Bed    26.00
The fee for each satellite and branch office of current licensed facility    260.00
Background Checks    15.00
Late Fee
Within 1 to 14 days after expiration of license facility will be assessed 50% of scheduled fee
Within 15 to 30 days after expiration of license facility will be assessed 75% of scheduled fee
New Provider/Change in Ownership
New Provider/Change in Ownership Applications for health care facilities    747.50
    A $747.50 fee will be assessed for services rendered providers seeking initial licensure to or change of ownership to cover the cost of processing the application, staff consultation, review of facility policies, initial inspection, etc. This fee will be due at the time of application.
Assisted Living and Small Health Care Type-N (nursing focus) Limited Capacity/Change of Ownership Applications:    325.00
    A $325.00 application fee will be assessed for services rendered to providers seeking initial licensure or change of ownership to cover the cost of processing the application, staff consultation and initial inspection. This fee will be due at the time of application.
Application Termination or Delay Fee
If a health care facility application is terminated or delayed during the application process, a fee based on services rendered will be retained as follows:
Policy and Procedure Review-50% of total fee
Onsite inspections-90% of the total fee.
Plan Review and Inspection Fees
Hospitals
Number of Beds


Up to 16    3,445.00
17 to 50    6,890.00
51 to 100    10,335.00
101 to 200    12,870.00
201 to 300    15,470.00
301 to 400    17,192.50
Over 400, base fee    17,192.50
Over 400, each additional bed    37.70
    In the case of complex or unusual hospital plans, the Bureau will negotiate with the provider an appropriate plan review fee at the start of the review process based on the best estimate of the review time involved and the standard hourly review rate.
Nursing Care Facilities and Small Health Care Facilities
Number of Beds
Number of beds - up to 5    1,118.00
Number of beds - 6 to 16    1,716.00
Number of beds - 17 to 50    3,900.00
Number of beds - 51 to 100    6,890.00
Number of beds - 101 to 200    8,580.00
Freestanding Ambulatory Surgical Facilities, per operating room    1,722.50
Other Freestanding Ambulatory Facilities, including Birthing Centers, Abortion Clinics, and similar facilities, per service unit    442.00
End Stage Renal Disease Facilities, per service unit    175.50
Assisted Living Type I and Type II
Number of Beds
Up to 5    598.00
6 to 16    1,196.00
17 to 50    2,762.50
51 to 100    5,167.50
101 to 200    7,247.50
    Each additional inspection required (beyond the two covered by the fees listed above) or each additional inspection requested by the facility shall cost $559.00 plus mileage reimbursement at the approved state rate, for travel to and from the site by a Department representative.
Remodels of Licensed Facilities
Hospitals, Freestanding Surgery Facilities, per square foot    .29
All others excluding Home Health Agencies, per square foot    .25


Each additional required on-site inspection    559.00
Other Plan-Review Fee Policies
    If an existing facility has obtained an exemption from the requirement to submit preliminary and working drawings, or other information regarding compliance with applicable construction rules, the Department may conduct a detailed on-site inspection in lieu of the plan review. The fee for this will be $559.00 per inspection, plus mileage reimbursement at the approved state rate. A facility that uses plans and specifications previously reviewed and approved by the Department will be charged 60 percent of the scheduled plan review fee. Fifty-two cents per square foot will be charged for review of facility additions or remodels that house special equipment such as CAT (Computer Assisted Tomography) scanner or linear accelerator. If a project is terminated or delayed during the plan review process, a fee based on services rendered will be retained as follows: Preliminary drawing review-25% of the total fee. Working drawings and specifications review-80% of the total fee. If the project is delayed beyond 12 months from the date of the State's last review the applicant must re-submit plans and pay a new plan review fee in order to renew the review action.
Health Care Facility Licensing Rules - Cost plus mailing
Certificate of Authority -
Health Maintenance Organization Review of Application    650.00
Disease Control and Prevention
Director's Office
Laboratory General
Expert Testimony Fee (Portal to Portal), per hour for those without a PhD/MD    78.75
    Includes preparation, consultation, and appearance on criminal and civil cases. Portal to portal, including travel and waiting time. Per hour charge, plus travel costs.
Expert Testimony Fee (Portal to Portal), per hour for those with a PhD/MD    250.00
    Includes preparation, consultation, and appearance on criminal and civil cases. Portal to portal, including travel and waiting time. Per hour charge, plus travel costs.
Administrative retrieval and copy fee
1-15 copies    20.00
each additional copy    1.00
GRAMA Request Administrative Fee
1-15 copies


each additional copy
On-site Seminar Fees
Seminar Instruction Fee (per CEU unit of instruction)    15.00
Cleaning Fee (per room)    50.00
Computer Programming Fees
System Programming (Laboratory Information System, per tech hour)    100.00
System Programming (non-Laboratory Information System, per tech hour)    75.00
Database Development, Mining, Delivery (per tech hour)    50.00
Techician Consultation (per tech hour)    25.00
Technical Services
Autoclave and Disposal services (per autoclave run)    10.00
Deionized Water charge (each one to ten gallon increment)    10.00
Health Promotion
Baby Your Baby Program
Health Keepsake books
Non-adapted version
Price per copy based on quantity - $4.00 to $5.00    5.00
Adapted version
Price per copy based on quantity - $3.00 to $6.50    6.50
Government Records Access and Management Act (GRAMA) Fees
Labor time for file search and / or information compilation
Staff time - Department of Technology Services    70.00
Staff time - Department of Health    35.00
Copy cost per page 11 x 8.5 Black and White per copy    .15
Copy cost per page 11x17 or color per copy    .40
Fax cost per page    .50
Copy of information on disk per kilobyte    .02
Other communication medium; actual cost
Epidemiology
Government Records Access and Management Act (GRAMA) Fees - Epidemiology
Labor time for file search and / or information compilation - Epidemiology
Mailing or shipping cost; actual cost
Staff time - Department of Technology Services    70.00
Staff time - Department of Health    35.00
Copy cost per page 11 x 8.5 Black and White per copy    .15
Copy cost per page 11x17 or color per copy    .40
Fax cost per page    .50


Copy of information on disk per kilobyte    .02
Other communication medium; actual cost
Mailing or shipping cost; actual cost
Utah Statewide Immunization Information System (USIIS)
Non-Financial Contributing Partners
Match on Immunization Records in Database, per record    12.00
File Format Conversion, per hour    30.00
Financial Contributing Partners
Match on Immunization Records in Database, per record
If the Partner's financial contribution is more than or equal to the number of records to be matched multiplied by $12.00, then the partner shall not have to pay the fee.
Notification of an individual with a negative Human Immunodeficiency Virus antibody test in person.    15.00
Fundamentals of Human Immunodeficiency Virus Prevention Counseling Workshops    385.00
Positive/OraQuick/Partner Counseling and Referral Services Workshop    450.00
Human Immunodeficiency Virus 101    40.00
Tuberculosis Skin Testing (placement and reading)    15.00
Microbiology
Microbiology
Immunology
Tier One
Under certain conditions of public health import (e.g., disease outbreak, terrorist event, or environmental catastrophe) fees may be reduced or waived.
Hepatitis B Surface Antigen (HBsAg)    12.00
Hepatitis B Surface Antibody (HBsAb)    18.40
Hepatitis C (HVC) Antibody    22.00
HIV-1/2 and O (Human Immunodeficiency Virus-1) - Antibody    15.75
HIV-1/2 and O (Human Immunodeficiency Virus-1) - Confirmation (Western Blot Serum), WB only, reactive EIA not required    140.00
    (Note: this is for a Western Blot only, a reactive Enzyme Immunoassay is not required)
HIV-1/2 and O (Human Immunodeficiency Virus-1) - Orasure    15.75
HIV-1/2 and O (Human Immunodeficiency Virus-1) - Orasure Confirmation by (Western Blot)    140.00
Hantavirus    48.00
Syphilis IgG Antibody    9.00
Syphilis IgM Antibody    18.00


Syphilis RPR (Rapid Plasma Reagin)    9.00
Syphilis TP-PA (Treponemal Pallidum - Partial Aglutination) Confirmation    13.00
Virology
Tier One
Herpes culture screen    12.60
Herpes Typing    19.00
Rabies (rodents, low-risk)    85.00
Rabies (vaccinated, domestic animals)    15.00
Rabies (wild, unvaccinated animals, high-risk)    15.00
Cytomegalovirus (CMV) culture    15.00
Chlamydia (CT) unpooled amplified test    24.15
Gonorrhea (GC) unpooled amplified test    24.15
Gonorrhea and Chlamydia (GC & CT) unpooled amplified test    24.15
DFA (Direct Fluorescent Antibody) for Respiratory Illness    15.00
DFA (Direct Fluorescent Antibody) for Chicken Pox    15.00
Respiratory Virus Culture    40.00
Bacteriology
Tier One
Clinical
Tuberculosis (bone marrow and blood samples only)    25.00
Direct Tuberculosis test    336.00
Mycobacteria Identification    128.00
Culture for Mycobacteria    50.00
Culture of Organism    20.00
Culture of Organism Special Media    25.00
Escherichia Coli STEC Shiga Toxin Producing Escherichia Coli    75.00
    (Shiga toxin E. Coli)
Giardia/Cryptosporidium EIA (Enzyme Immunoassay)    30.00
ID (Identification) by Sequencing    136.50
Quantiferon    42.00
Food Microbiology
Total and fecal coliform    26.25
Plate count, per dilution    17.85
pH (Test of acidity or alkalinity) and water activity    50.00
Clostridium Perfringens, Staphylococcus Aureus, and Bacillus Cereus
Culture    90.00
Toxin Assay    320.00


Salmonella isolation and speciation    231.00
Shigella isolation and speciation    57.75
Campylobacter isolation and speciation    73.50
Listeria isolation and speciation    157.50
Escherichia Coli O157:H7 or Shiga toxin producing organism workup    150.00
Botulism toxin assay one food    800.00
Botulism toxin assay each additional food item, multiple submission    21.00
Environmental swab    21.00
Coliform count    26.25
Newborn Screening:
Tier One
Routine first and follow-up screening    95.61
Diet Monitoring    7.70
Molecular Biology
Tier One
Polymerase Chain Reaction
Bordetella pertussis    45.10
Norwalk Virus    150.00
Multi-Orthopox    180.00
Small Pox only, Rule-in    78.75
VZV (Varicella Zoster Virus) Chicken Pox    78.75
Influenza A & B    78.75
WNV/SLE/WEE (West Nile Virus/Saint Louis Encephalitis/Western Equine Encephalitis)    78.75
Influenza A subtyping for H1, H3, H5    183.75
Influenza A subtyping for 2009-H1N1 (Novel)    183.75
Human WNV (West Nile Virus) IgM enzyme Linked, Immunosorbent Assay serum (Immunoglobulin M screened by Epidemiology) (screened by EPI)    50.00
Human WNV (West Nile Virus) IgM Immunoglobulin M (not screened by Epidemiology)    85.00
Pulse Field Gel Electrophoresis    33.00
Research Multiplex Viral Respiratory Panel    760.00
    Has 12 Viruses
Bioterrorism (non-Epidemiology Screened)
Stat Environmental and/or Powder by molecular methods (all agents)    1,200.00
    all agents by molecular methods
Non-Stat Environmental and/or Powder by Culture only (all agents)    31.50


Non-Stat Environmental and/or Powder Ricin & Staph enterotoxin B    120.00
Stat Work-up for one Bioterrorism agent-Molecular Method (per agent)    68.25
Rush testing fees - added to cost of performing test
Tier One
Microbiology Testing <1 week    50.00
Testimony Fees
Tier One
Expert Testimony Fee (Portal to Portal), per hour for those without a PhD/MD    78.75
    Includes preparation, consultation, and appearance on criminal and civil cases. Portal to portal, including travel and waiting time. Per hour charge, plus travel costs.
Expert Testimony Fee (Portal to Portal), per hour for those with a PhD/MD    250.00
    Includes preparation, consultation, and appearance on criminal and civil cases. Portal to portal, including travel and waiting time. Per hour charge, plus travel costs.
Administrative retrieval and copy fees
Tier One
1 - 15 copies    20.00
Each additional copy    1.00
Handling Fees (per sample)
Tier One
Priority Handling of Samples (Surcharge) Minimum charge    11.00
Bacteriology
Micro GRAMA Request (1-10 pages)    50.00
Microbiology
Handling Fees (per sample)
Tier One
Chain of Custody Sample Handling Fee    20.00
Immunology
Tier Two
Hepatitis B Surface Antigen (HBsAg)    11.40
Hepatitis B Surface Antibody (HBsAb)    17.48
Hepatitis C (HVC) Antibody    20.90
HIV-1/2 and O (Human Immunodeficiency Virus-1) - Antibody    14.96
HIV-1/2 and O (Human Immunodeficiency Virus-1) - Confirmation (Western Blot Serum), WB only, reactive EIA not required    140.00
HIV-1/2 and O (Human Immunodeficiency Virus-1) - Orasure    14.96


HIV-1/2 and O (Human Immunodeficiency Virus-1) - Orasure Confirmation by (Western Blot)    140.00
Hantavirus    45.60
Syphilis IgG Antibody    8.55
Syphilis IgM Antibody    18.00
Syphilis RPR (Rapid Plasma Reagin)    8.55
Syphilis TP-PA (Treponemal Pallidum - Partial Aglutination) Confirmation    13.00
Virology
Tier Two
Herpes culture screen    11.97
Herpes Typing    18.05
Rabies (rodents, low-risk)    85.00
Rabies (vaccinated, domestic animals)    15.00
Rabies (wild, unvaccinated animals, high-risk)    15.00
Cytomegalovirus (CMV) culture    14.25
Chlamydia (CT) unpooled amplified test    22.94
Gonorrhea (GC) unpooled amplified test    22.94
Gonorrhea and Chlamydia (GC & CT) unpooled amplified test    22.94
DFA (Direct Fluorescent Antibody) for Respiratory Illness    14.25
DFA (Direct Fluorescent Antibody) for Chicken Pox    14.25
Respiratory Virus Culture    38.00
Bacteriology
Tier Two
Clinical
Tuberculosis (bone marrow and blood samples only)    23.75
Direct Tuberculosis test    319.20
Mycobacteria Identification    128.00
Culture for Mycobacteria    50.00
Culture of Organism    19.00
Culture of Organism Special Media    23.75
Escherichia Coli STEC Shiga Toxin Producing Escherichia Coli    71.25
Botulism Culture & Toxin (Stool)    380.00
Botulism Toxin Characterization (Stool)    199.50
Botulism Culture Characterization (Serum)    174.80
Tier One
Clinical
Legionella Culture & Identification / Sample    34.91


Tier Two
Clinical
Giardia/Cryptosporidium EIA (Enzyme Immunoassay)    28.50
ID (Identification) by Sequencing    129.68
Quantiferon    39.90
Food Microbiology
Total and fecal coliform    24.94
Plate count, per dilution    16.96
pH (Test of acidity or alkalinity) and water activity    47.50
Clostridium Perfringens, Staphylococcus Aureus, and Bacillus Cereus
Culture    85.50
Toxin assay    304.00
Salmonella isolation and speciation    219.45
Shigella isolation and speciation    54.86
Campylobacter isolation and speciation    69.83
Listeria isolation and speciation    149.63
Escherichia Coli O157:H7 or Shiga toxin producing organism workup    142.50
Botulism toxin assay one food    760.00
Botulism toxin assay each additional food item, multiple submission    19.95
Environmental swab    19.95
Coliform count    24.94
Molecular Biology
Tier Two
Polymerase Chain Reaction
Bordetella pertussis    42.85
Norwalk Virus    142.50
Multi-Orthopox    171.00
Small Pox only, Rule-in    74.81
VZV (Varicella Zoster Virus) Chicken Pox    74.81
Influenza A & B    74.81
WNV/SLE/WEE (West Nile Virus/Saint Louis Encephalitis/Western Equine Encephalitis)    74.81
Influenza A subtyping for H1, H3, H5    174.56
Influenza A subtyping for 2009-H1N1 (Novel)    174.56
Human WNV (West Nile Virus) IgM enzyme Linked, Immunosorbent Assay serum (Immunoglobulin M screened by Epidemiology) (screened by EPI)    47.50
Human WNV (West Nile Virus) IgM Immunoglobulin M (not screened by

Epidemiology)    80.75
Pulse Field Gel Electrophoresis    31.35
Research Multiplex Viral Respiratory Panel    722.00
Immunology
Tier Three
Hepatitis B Surface Antigen (HBsAg)    10.56
Hepatitis B Surface Antibody (HBsAb)    16.19
Hepatitis C (HVC) Antibody    19.36
HIV-1/2 and O (Human Immunodeficiency Virus-1) - Antibody    13.86
HIV-1/2 and O (Human Immunodeficiency Virus-1) - Confirmation (Western Blot Serum), WB only, reactive EIA not required    140.00
HIV-1/2 and O (Human Immunodeficiency Virus-1) - Orasure    13.86
HIV-1/2 and O (Human Immunodeficiency Virus-1) - Orasure Confirmation by (Western Blot)    140.00
Hantavirus    42.24
Syphilis IgG Antibody    7.92
Syphilis IgM Antibody    18.00
Syphilis RPR (Rapid Plasma Reagin)    7.92
Syphilis TP-PA (Treponemal Pallidum - Partial Aglutination) Confirmation    13.00
Virology
Tier Three
Herpes culture screen    11.09
Herpes Typing    16.72
Rabies (rodents, low-risk)    85.00
Rabies (vaccinated, domestic animals)    15.00
Rabies (wild, unvaccinated animals, high-risk)    15.00
Cytomegalovirus (CMV) culture    13.20
Chlamydia (CT) unpooled amplified test    21.25
Gonorrhea (GC) unpooled amplified test    21.25
Gonorrhea and Chlamydia (GC & CT) unpooled amplified test    21.25
DFA (Direct Fluorescent Antibody) for Respiratory Illness    13.20
DFA (Direct Fluorescent Antibody) for Chicken Pox    13.20
Respiratory Virus Culture    35.20
Bacteriology
Tier Three
Clinical
Tuberculosis (bone marrow and blood samples only)    22.00


Direct Tuberculosis test    295.98
Mycobacteria Identification    128.00
Culture for Mycobacteria    50.00
Culture of Organism    17.60
Culture of Organism Special Media    22.00
Escherichia Coli STEC Shiga Toxin Producing Escherichia Coli    66.00
Botulism Culture & Toxin (Stool)    352.00
Botulism Toxin Characterization (Stool)    184.80
Botulism Culture Characterization (Serum)    161.92
Legionella Culture & Identification / Sample    32.34
Giardia/Cryptosporidium EIA (Enzyme Immunoassay)    26.40
ID (Identification) by Sequencing    120.12
Quantiferon    36.96
Food Microbiology
Total and fecal coliform    23.10
Plate count, per dilution    15.71
pH (Test of acidity or alkalinity) and water activity    44.00
Clostridium Perfringens, Staphylococcus Aureus, and Bacillus Cereus
Culture    79.20
Toxin assay    281.60
Salmonella isolation and speciation    203.28
Shigella isolation and speciation    50.82
Campylobacter isolation and speciation    64.68
Listeria isolation and speciation    138.60
Escherichia Coli O157:H7 or Shiga toxin producing organism workup    132.00
Botulism toxin assay one food    704.00
Botulism toxin assay each additional food item, multiple submission    18.48
Environmental swab    18.48
Coliform count    23.10
Molecular Biology
Tier Three
Polymerase Chain Reaction
Bordetella pertussis    36.69
Norwalk Virus    132.00
Multi-Orthopox    158.40
Small Pox only, Rule-in    69.30
VZV (Varicella Zoster Virus) Chicken Pox    69.30


Influenza A & B    69.30
WNV/SLE/WEE (West Nile Virus/Saint Louis Encephalitis/Western Equine Encephalitis)    69.30
Influenza A subtyping for H1, H3, H5    161.70
Influenza A subtyping for 2009-H1N1 (Novel)    161.70
Human WNV (West Nile Virus) IgM enzyme Linked, Immunosorbent Assay serum (Immunoglobulin M screened by Epidemiology) (screened by EPI)    44.00
Human WNV (West Nile Virus) IgM Immunoglobulin M (not screened by Epidemiology)    74.80
Pulse Field Gel Electrophoresis    29.04
Research Multiplex Viral Respiratory Panel    668.80
Immunology
Tier Four
Hepatitis B Surface Antigen (HBsAg)    9.00
Hepatitis B Surface Antibody (HBsAb)    13.80
Hepatitis C (HVC) Antibody    16.50
HIV-1/2 and O (Human Immunodeficiency Virus-1) - Antibody    11.81
HIV-1/2 and O (Human Immunodeficiency Virus-1) - Confirmation (Western Blot Serum), WB only, reactive EIA not required    140.00
HIV-1/2 and O (Human Immunodeficiency Virus-1) - Orasure    11.81
HIV-1/2 and O (Human Immunodeficiency Virus-1) - Orasure Confirmation by (Western Blot)    140.00
Hantavirus    36.00
Syphilis IgG Antibody    6.75
Syphilis IgM Antibody    18.00
Syphilis RPR (Rapid Plasma Reagin)    6.75
Syphilis TP-PA (Treponemal Pallidum - Partial Aglutination) Confirmation    13.00
Virology
Tier Four
Herpes culture screen    9.45
Herpes Typing    14.25
Rabies (rodents, low-risk)    85.00
Rabies (vaccinated, domestic animals)    15.00
Rabies (wild, unvaccinated animals, high-risk)    15.00
Cytomegalovirus (CMV) culture    11.25
Chlamydia (CT) unpooled amplified test    18.11
Gonorrhea (GC) unpooled amplified test    18.11


Gonorrhea and Chlamydia (GC & CT) unpooled amplified test    18.11
DFA (Direct Fluorescent Antibody) for Respiratory Illness    11.25
DFA (Direct Fluorescent Antibody) for Chicken Pox    11.25
Respiratory Virus Culture    30.00
Bacteriology
Tier Four
Clinical
Tuberculosis (bone marrow and blood samples only)    18.75
Direct Tuberculosis test    252.00
Mycobacteria Identification    128.00
Culture for Mycobacteria    50.00
Culture of Organism    15.00
Culture of Organism Special Media    18.75
Escherichia Coli STEC Shiga Toxin Producing Escherichia Coli    56.25
Botulism Culture & Toxin (Stool)    300.00
Botulism Toxin Characterization (Stool)    157.50
Botulism Culture Characterization (Serum)    138.00
Legionella Culture & Identification / Sample    27.56
Giardia/Cryptosporidium EIA (Enzyme Immunoassay)    22.50
ID (Identification) by Sequencing    102.38
Quantiferon    31.50
Food Microbiology
Total and fecal coliform    19.69
Plate count, per dilution    13.39
pH (Test of acidity or alkalinity) and water activity    37.50
Clostridium Perfringens, Staphylococcus Aureus, and Bacillus Cereus
Culture    67.50
Toxin assay    240.00
Salmonella isolation and speciation    173.25
Shigella isolation and speciation    43.31
Campylobacter isolation and speciation    55.13
Listeria isolation and speciation    118.13
Escherichia Coli O157:H7 or Shiga toxin producing organism workup    112.50
Botulism toxin assay one food    600.00
Botulism toxin assay each additional food item, multiple submission    15.75
Environmental swab    15.75
Coliform count    19.69


Molecular Biology
Tier Four
Polymerase Chain Reaction
Bordetella pertussis    33.83
Norwalk Virus    112.50
Multi-Orthopox    135.00
Small Pox only, Rule-in    59.06
VZV (Varicella Zoster Virus) Chicken Pox    59.06
Influenza A & B    59.06
Influenza A subtyping for H1, H3, H5    137.81
Influenza A subtyping for 2009-H1N1 (Novel)    137.81
WNV/SLE/WEE by PCR (West Nile Virus/Saint Louis Encephalitis/Western Equine Encephalitis) by Polymerase Chain Reaction    59.06
Human WNV (West Nile Virus) IgM enzyme Linked, Immunosorbent Assay serum (Immunoglobulin M screened by Epidemiology) (screened by EPI)    37.50
Human WNV (West Nile Virus) IgM Immunoglobulin M (not screened by Epidemiology)    63.75
Pulse Field Gel Electrophoresis    24.75
Research Multiplex Viral Respiratory Panel    570.00
Office of the Medical Examiner
Autopsy
Non-Jurisdictional Case (plus cost of body transportation)    2,500.00
External Examination, Non-Jurisdictional Case (plus transportation)    500.00
Use of Office of Medical Examiner facilities and assistants for autopsies    500.00
Use of Office of Medical Examiner facilities and assistants for external exams    300.00
Reports
First copy to next of kin, treating physicians, and investigative or prosecutorial agencies - No Charge
All other requestors and additional copies    35.00
Miscellaneous Office of Medical Examiner case file papers
First copy to next of kin, treating physicians, and investigative or prosecutorial agencies - No Charge
All other requestors and additional copies    35.00
Miscellaneous non-Office of Medical Examiner case file papers
All requestors cost for non-Office of Medical Examiner copies per file request    50.00
Cremation Authorization Fee
Review and authorize cremation    45.00


    $5.00 per permit payable to Vital Records for processing.
Court
Preparation, consultation and appearance on Office of Medical Examiner criminal cases out of state, per hour charge. Portal to portal expenses including traveling costs and waiting time.     450.00
Preparation, consultation, and appearance on Non-Jurisdictional Office of Medical Examiner criminal and all civil cases, per hour charge. Portal to portal expenses including travel costs and waiting time.    450.00
Consultation as Medical Examiner on non-Office of Medical Examiner cases. Portal to portal expenses including travel costs and waiting time, per hour charge.    450.00
Photographic and Video Services
Color negatives from slides    2.50
Slide Duplication    3.50
Film - 24 Exposure Roll    5.00
Film - 36 Exposure Roll    6.00
Glass Slides    10.00
X-rays    10.00
Digital Image copied from Digital Source - Flat fee for up to 30 requested images    10.00
Digital Image copied from Digital Source - per image cost for request over 30 images    1.00
Digital Image copied from color slide negatives    2.50
Color Print 8 X 10    7.00
Color Print 5 X 7    3.50
Use of Tissue Harvest Room
Skin Graft     120.75
Bone     241.50
Heart Valve     63.00
Eye     31.50
Saphenous vein acquisition    63.00
Body Storage
Daily charge for use of Office of Medical Examiner Storage Facilities 24 hours after notification that body is ready for release.    30.00
Biologic samples requests
Handling and storage of requested samples by outside sources.    25.00
Chemical and Environmental Services
Under certain conditions of public health import (e.g., disease outbreak, terrorist event, or environmental catastrophe) fees may be reduced or waived.
Environmental Testing (48 hours turnaround time)


    twice the listed fee will be charged when a 48 hour turnaround time is requested
Chemical and Environmental Services
Drinking Water Tests
Tier One
Lead and Copper (Type Metals-8) 200.8    30.90
Bromide 300.0    27.50
Bromate 300.0    55.00
Chlorate 300.0    55.00
Chlorite 300.0    55.00
Ion Chromatography (multiple ions) 300.0    63.00
Ultraviolet Absorption Standard Method 5910B    33.00
Total Organic Carbon Standard Method 5310B    22.00
Drinking Water Organic Contaminants:
Tier One
Trihalomethanes Environmental Protection Agency Method 524.2    82.70
Maximum Total Potential Trihalomethanes Method 524.2    88.20
Haloacetic Acids Method 6251B    165.00
Volatile Organic Carbons (Unregulated List 1 & List 3) Environmental Protection Agency 524.2    209.00
Pesticides Phase II/V Semi Volatile Organic Analytes & Pesticide 4 methods    919.00
Forensic Toxicology
Handling Fees (per sample)
Tier One
Priority Handling of Samples (Surcharge) Minimum charge    11.00
Chemical and Environmental Services
Drinking Water Organic Contaminants:
Tier One
Pesticides Phase II / V 3 methods    787.50
Pesticide Environmental Protection Agency 508.1    162.25
Pesticide Environmental Protection Agency 525.2    367.50
Herbicide Environmental Protection Agency 515.1    210.00
Carbamate Environmental Protection Agency 531.1    210.00
Environmental Protection Agency 508A Total Polychlorinated Biphenyls    210.00
Dissolved Organic Chemicals    31.50
Total Organic Chemistry for new water sources, Type PW-7 (46 parameters)    780.00
Maximum-Haloacetic acid    173.00


Inorganic and Metals Water Tests
Tier One
Alkalinity (Total) Standard Method 2320B    10.00
Aluminum 200.8    18.75
Ammonia 350.3    22.00
Antimony 200.8    18.75
Arsenic 200.8    18.75
Barium 200.8    13.25
Beryllium 200.8    13.25
Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BOD) 5 day test 405.1    33.00
Boron 200.7    13.25
Cadmium 200.8    18.75
Calcium 200.7    13.25
Chromium 200.8    18.75
Chromium (Hexavalent) SD 3500CD - CR6    27.50
Chloride 325.1    8.90
Chloride (Ion Chromatography) Environmental Protection Agency 300.0    33.00
Chlorophyll A Standard Method 10200H - Chlorophyll-A    22.00
Chemical Oxygen Demand (COD) 410.4    22.00
Color 110.2    22.00
Copper 200.8    13.25
Cyanide 335.4    50.00
Fluoride Standard Method 4500C - F (Fluoride test)    15.00
Iron 200.1    13.25
Langlier Index (Calculation: pH (Test acidity or alkalinity), calcium, TDS (Total Dissolved Solids), alkalinity)    5.50
Lead 200.8    18.75
Magnesium Environmental Protection Agency 200.7    16.50
Manganese 200.8    13.25
Mercury 200.8    27.50
Mercury in Fish    52.50
Molybdenum 200.8    13.25
Nickel 200.8    18.75
Nitrite 353.2    22.00
Nitrate plus Nitrite Environmental Protection Agency 353.2    13.25
Odor 140.1    27.50
Perchlorate 314.0    55.00


Taste and Odor Method 525.2    183.75
pH (Test of acidity or alkalinity) 150.1    11.00
Phosphate, Ortho 365.1    22.00
Phosphorus, Dissolved 365.1    20.00
Phosphorus, Total 365.1    20.00
Potassium 200.7    13.25
Selenium 200.8    18.75
Selenium/Hydride - Atomic Absorption    42.00
Silica 370.1    16.50
Silver 200.8    18.75
Sodium 200.7    13.25
Solids, Total Dissolved (TDS) Standard Method 3540C    16.50
Solids, Total Suspended (TSS) 160.2    14.35
Solids, Settable (SS) 160.5    14.35
Solids, Total Volatile 160.4    16.50
Solids, Percent    14.35
Solids, Residual Suspended 160.1    27.50
Specific Conductance 120.1    10.00
Surfactants Standard Method 5540C    66.00
Sulfate 300.0 375.2    16.50
Sulfide 376.2    44.00
Thallium 200.8    18.75
Tin 200.7    18.75
Turbidity 180.1    11.00
Vanadium 200.8    13.25
Zinc 200.8    13.25
Inorganic and Metals Air FIlter Tests
Tier One
Lead, Air Filter 200.8    50.00
Inorganic and Metals Water Tests
Tier One
Zirconium 200.8    18.75
Inorganic Chemistry Groups:
Tier One
Type Chemistry-2 - Partial Chemistry (12 Major Anions/Cations)    85.00
Type C-9 Annual Inorganic Tests (18 parameters)    276.00
New Drinking Water Sources Type Public Water-7


(Total Inorganic Chemistry - 46 parameters)    780.00
Metals Tests Groups:
Tier One
Hazardous Waste, Solids, Sediment, Soil    17.70
Sample preparation    22.00
Type Filter Metal-3 - Dissolved metals (12 20 Metals - No Digestion)    160.00
Type Filter Metal-4 Surface Water Filtered (minerals and hardness)    50.00
Type Metal-9 Surface Water (5 metals)    92.00
Type Metal-7 - Total Metals In Water (12 13 Metals - Digested)    215.00
Nutrient Tests Groups:
Tier One
Type Nutrient-2 Surface Water (totals) (2 tests)    36.75
Type Nutrient-3 Surface Water (totals) (3 tests)    50.00
Type Nutrient-4 Surface Water (totals) (3 tests)    45.00
Type Nutrient-6 Surface Water (totals) (2 tests)    28.00
Filter Nutrient-9 Type 9 - 4 parameters    30.00
Hazardous Waste Organics Tests
Tier One
BTEXN (Benzene, Toluene, Ethylbenzene, Xylene, Naphthalene)    83.00
Environmental Protection Agency 8020 (BTEXN soil) (Benzene, Toluene, Ethylbenzene, Xylene, Naphthalene soil)    83.00
Chlorinated Pesticides (Soil) 8082    220.00
Chlorinated Acid Herbicides (Soil) 8150    331.00
Environmental Protection Agency 8270 Semi Volatiles    472.50
Environmental Protection Agency 8260 VOCs (Volatile Organic Compounds)    220.50
Ethylene Glycol in Water State Health Laboratory Method    78.75
Oil and Grease 1664    110.00
Environmental Protection Agency 8082 Poly-Chlorinated Biphenyls    202.00
Poly-Chlorinated Biphenyls in oil    150.00
Poly-Chlorinated Ethylene (PCE) Environmental Protection Agency 524.2    83.00
Environmental Protection Agency Method 625 Base/Neutral Acids by Gas Chromatigraph-Mass Spectrometer    441.00
Total Organic Carbon (TOC) Standard Method 5310B    22.00
Total Petroleum Hydrocarbons non-BTEX 8015    138.00
Volatiles (Purgeables - Environmental Protection Agency Method 624)    220.50
Volatiles (Purgeables - Environmental Protection Agency Method 1666)    600.00
Volatiles (Purgeables - Environmental Protection Agency Method 525.2,

Pharmaceutical)    135.00
Environmental Protection Agency Method 8270 Semivolatiles (A/B/Not Applicable) by Gas Chromatigraph-Mass Spectrometer    441.00
Unregulated Contaminant Monitoring Regulation I (UCMR I)    716.60
Toxicity Characteristic Leach Procedure - Extraction procedure Environmental Protection Agency Solid Waste - 1311    110.25
Toxicity Characteristic Leach Procedure Zero Headspace Extraction (ZHE) Environmental Protection Agency Solid Waste 846 - 1311    176.40
Periphyton    54.00
Radiochemistry
Tier One
Gross alpha or beta     66.00
Gross alpha and beta    66.00
Radium226, (Deemanation)    138.00
Radium228, (precipitation/separation)    171.00
Uranium (Total Activity)    110.00
Uranium ICP/MS (Inductive Coupling Plasma-Mass Spectrometry)    55.00
Radon by Liquid Scintillation    72.00
Tritium    88.00
Gamma Spectroscopy By HPGe (Hyper Pure Geranium) (water and solid samples), ID and Quant, per nuclide    165.00
Water Bacteriology
Tier One
Swimming pool bacteriology MF and HPC (Membrane Filtration and Heterotrophic Plate Count)    33.00
Polluted water bacteriology per parameter    16.50
Environmental legionella (liter of water) 9260J    70.00
Drinking Water Microbiology
Aeromonas 1605    55.00
Colilert E. Coli 9223B    20.00
Method 1623 analysis    330.75
Protozoa Matrix Spike    315.00
Filter    105.00
Additional Cryptosporidium and Giardia slides    30.00
Microscopic Particulate Analysis (MPA)    236.50
Bacillus subtilis    27.50
Testimony Fees


Tier One
Expert Testimony Fee (Portal to Portal), per hour for those without a PhD/MD    78.75
    Includes preparation, consultation, and appearance on criminal and civil cases. Portal to portal, including travel and waiting time. Per hour charge, plus travel costs.
Expert Testimony Fee (Portal to Portal), per hour for those with a PhD/MD    250.00
    Includes preparation, consultation, and appearance on criminal and civil cases. Portal to portal, including travel and waiting time. Per hour charge, plus travel costs.
Admin Retrieval and Copy Fees (non-GRAMA)
Tier One
1 - 15 copies    25.00
Each additional copy    1.00
Handling Fees (per sample)
Tier One
Chain of Custody Sample Handling    20.00
Priority Handling of Samples (Surcharge) Minimum charge    11.00
Rush testing fees - added to cost of performing test
Tier One
Environmental Testing <48 hours    50.00
Drinking Water Tests
Tier Two
Lead and Copper (Type Metals-8) 200.8    29.36
Bromide 300.0    26.13
Bromate 300.0    52.25
Chlorate 300.0    52.25
Chlorite 300.0    52.25
Ion Chromatography (multiple ions) 300.0    59.85
Ultraviolet Absorption Standard Method 5910B    31.35
Total Organic Carbon Standard Method 5310B    20.90
Drinking Water Organic Contaminants:
Tier Two
Trihalomethanes Environmental Protection Agency Method 524.2    78.57
Maximum Total Potential Trihalomethanes Method 524.2    83.79
Haloacetic Acids Method 6251B    156.75
Volatile Organic Carbons (Unregulated List 1 & List 3) Environmental Protection Agency 524.2    198.55


Pesticides Phase II/V Semi Volatile Organic Analytes & Pesticide 4 methods    873.05
Pesticides Phase II / V 3 methods    748.13
Pesticide Environmental Protection Agency 508.1    154.14
Pesticide Environmental Protection Agency 525.2    349.13
Herbicide Environmental Protection Agency 515.1    199.50
Carbamate Environmental Protection Agency 531.1    199.50
Environmental Protection Agency 508A Total Polychlorinated Biphenyls    199.50
Dissolved Organic Chemicals    29.93
Maximum-Haloacetic acid    164.35
Total Organic Chemistry for new water sources, Type PW-7 (46 parameters)    780.00
Inorganic and Metals Water Tests
Tier Two
Alkalinity (Total) Standard Method 2320B    9.50
Aluminum 200.8    17.81
Ammonia 350.3    20.90
Antimony 200.8    17.81
Arsenic 200.8    17.81
Barium 200.8    12.59
Beryllium 200.8    12.59
Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BOD) 5 day test 405.1    31.35
Boron 200.7    12.59
Cadmium 200.8    17.81
Calcium 200.7    12.59
Chromium 200.8    17.81
Chromium (Hexavalent) SD 3500CD - CR6    26.13
Chloride 325.1    8.46
Chloride (Ion Chromatography) Environmental Protection Agency 300.0    31.35
Chlorophyll A Standard Method 10200H - Chlorophyll-A    20.90
Chemical Oxygen Demand (COD) 410.4    20.90
Color 110.2    20.90
Copper 200.8    12.59
Cyanide 335.4    47.50
Fluoride Standard Method 4500C - F (Fluoride test)    14.25
Iron 200.1    12.59
Langlier Index (Calculation: pH (Test acidity or alkalinity), calcium, TDS (Total Dissolved Solids), alkalinity)    5.23
Lead 200.8    17.81


Magnesium Environmental Protection Agency 200.7    15.68
Manganese 200.8    12.59
Mercury 200.8    26.13
Mercury in Fish    49.88
Molybdenum 200.8    12.59
Nickel 200.8    17.81
Nitrite 353.2    20.90
Nitrate plus Nitrite Environmental Protection Agency 353.2    12.59
Odor 140.1    26.13
Perchlorate 314.0    52.25
Taste and Odor Method 525.2    174.56
pH (Test of acidity or alkalinity) 150.1    10.45
Phosphate, Ortho 365.1    20.90
Phosphorus, Dissolved 365.1    19.00
Phosphorus, Total 365.1    19.00
Potassium 200.7    12.59
Selenium 200.8    17.81
Selenium/Hydride - Atomic Absorption    39.90
Silica 370.1    15.68
Silver 200.8    17.81
Sodium 200.7    12.59
Solids, Total Dissolved (TDS) Standard Method 3540C    15.68
Solids, Total Suspended (TSS) 160.2    13.63
Solids, Settable (SS) 160.5    13.63
Solids, Total Volatile 160.4    15.68
Solids, Percent    13.63
Solids, Residual Suspended 160.1    26.13
Specific Conductance 120.1    9.50
Surfactants Standard Method 5540C    62.70
Sulfate 300.0 375.2    15.68
Sulfide 376.2    41.80
Thallium 200.8    17.81
Tin 200.7    17.81
Turbidity 180.1    10.45
Vanadium 200.8    12.59
Zinc 200.8    12.59
Zirconium 200.8    17.81


Inorganic and Metals Air FIlter Tests
Tier Two
Lead, Air Filter 200.8    47.50
Inorganic Chemistry Groups:
Tier Two
Type Chemistry-2 - Partial Chemistry (12 Major Anions/Cations)    80.75
Type C-9 Annual Inorganic Tests (18 parameters)    276.00
New Drinking Water Sources Type Public Water-7
(Total Inorganic Chemistry - 46 parameters)    780.00
Metals Tests Groups:
Tier Two
Hazardous Waste, Solids, Sediment, Soil    16.82
Sample preparation    20.90
Type Filter Metal-3 - Dissolved metals (12 20 Metals - No Digestion)    152.00
Type Filter Metal-4 Surface Water Filtered (minerals and hardness)    47.50
Type Metal-9 Surface Water (5 metals)    87.40
Type Metal-7 - Total Metals In Water (12 13 Metals - Digested)    204.25
Nutrient Tests Groups:
Tier Two
Type Nutrient-2 Surface Water (totals) (2 tests)    34.91
Type Nutrient-3 Surface Water (totals) (3 tests)    47.50
Type Nutrient-4 Surface Water (totals) (3 tests)    42.75
Type Nutrient-6 Surface Water (totals) (2 tests)    26.60
Filter Nutrient-9 Type 9 - 4 parameters    28.50
Hazardous Waste Organics Tests
Tier Two
BTEXN (Benzene, Toluene, Ethylbenzene, Xylene, Naphthalene)    78.85
Environmental Protection Agency 8020 (BTEXN soil) (Benzene, Toluene, Ethylbenzene, Xylene, Naphthalene soil)    78.85
Chlorinated Pesticides (Soil) 8082    209.00
Chlorinated Acid Herbicides (Soil) 8150    314.25
Environmental Protection Agency 8270 Semi Volatiles    448.88
Environmental Protection Agency 8260 VOCs (Volatile Organic Compounds)    209.48
Ethylene Glycol in Water State Health Laboratory Method    74.81
Oil and Grease 1664    104.50
Environmental Protection Agency 8082 Poly-Chlorinated Biphenyls    191.90
Poly-Chlorinated Biphenyls in oil    142.50


Poly-Chlorinated Ethylene (PCE) Environmental Protection Agency 524.2    78.85
Environmental Protection Agency Method 625 Base/Neutral Acids by Gas Chromatigraph-Mass Spectrometer    418.95
Total Organic Carbon (TOC) Standard Method 5310B    20.90
Total Petroleum Hydrocarbons non-BTEX 8015    131.10
Volatiles (Purgeables - Environmental Protection Agency Method 624)    209.48
Volatiles (Purgeables - Environmental Protection Agency Method 1666)    570.00
Volatiles (Purgeables - Environmental Protection Agency Method 525.2, Pharmaceutical)    128.25
Environmental Protection Agency Method 8270 Semivolatiles (A/B/Not Applicable) by Gas Chromatigraph-Mass Spectrometer    418.95
Unregulated Contaminant Monitoring Regulation I (UCMR I)    680.77
Toxicity Characteristic Leach Procedure - Extraction procedure Environmental Protection Agency Solid Waste - 1311    104.74
Toxicity Characteristic Leach Procedure Zero Headspace Extraction (ZHE) Environmental Protection Agency Solid Waste 846 - 1311    167.58
Periphyton    51.30
Radiochemistry
Tier Two
Gross alpha or beta     62.70
Gross alpha and beta    62.70
Radium226, (Deemanation)    131.10
Radium228, (precipitation/separation)    162.45
Uranium (Total Activity)    104.50
Uranium ICP/MS (Inductive Coupling Plasma-Mass Spectrometry)    52.25
Radon by Liquid Scintillation    68.40
Tritium    83.60
Gamma Spectroscopy By HPGe (Hyper Pure Geranium) (water and solid samples), ID and Quant, per nuclide    156.75
Water Bacteriology
Tier Two
Swimming pool bacteriology MF and HPC (Membrane Filtration and Heterotrophic Plate Count)    31.35
Polluted water bacteriology per parameter    15.68
Environmental legionella (liter of water) 9260J    66.50
Drinking Water Microbiology
Aeromonas 1605    52.25


Colilert E. Coli 9223B    19.00
Method 1623 analysis    314.21
Protozoa Matrix Spike    299.25
Filter    99.75
Additional Cryptosporidium and Giardia slides    28.50
Microscopic Particulate Analysis (MPA)    224.68
Bacillus subtilis    26.13
Drinking Water Tests
Tier Three
Lead and Copper (Type Metals-8) 200.8    27.19
Bromide 300.0    24.20
Bromate 300.0    48.40
Chlorate 300.0    48.40
Chlorite 300.0    48.40
Ion Chromatography (multiple ions) 300.0    55.44
Ultraviolet Absorption Standard Method 5910B    29.04
Total Organic Carbon Standard Method 5310B    19.36
Drinking Water Organic Contaminants:
Tier Three
Trihalomethanes Environmental Protection Agency Method 524.2    72.78
Maximum Total Potential Trihalomethanes Method 524.2    77.62
Haloacetic Acids Method 6251B    145.20
Volatile Organic Carbons (Unregulated List 1 & List 3) Environmental Protection Agency 524.2    183.92
Pesticides Phase II/V Semi Volatile Organic Analytes & Pesticide 4 methods    808.72
Pesticides Phase II / V 3 methods    693.00
Pesticide Environmental Protection Agency 508.1    142.78
Pesticide Environmental Protection Agency 525.2    323.40
Herbicide Environmental Protection Agency 515.1    184.80
Carbamate Environmental Protection Agency 531.1    184.80
Environmental Protection Agency 508A Total Polychlorinated Biphenyls    184.80
Dissolved Organic Chemicals    27.72
Maximum-Haloacetic acid    152.24
Total Organic Chemistry for new water sources, Type PW-7 (46 parameters)    780.00
Inorganic and Metals Water Tests
Tier Three
Alkalinity (Total) Standard Method 2320B    8.80


Aluminum 200.8    16.50
Ammonia 350.3    19.36
Antimony 200.8    16.50
Arsenic 200.8    16.50
Barium 200.8    11.66
Beryllium 200.8    11.66
Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BOD) 5 day test 405.1    29.04
Boron 200.7    11.66
Cadmium 200.8    16.50
Calcium 200.7    11.66
Chromium 200.8    16.50
Chromium (Hexavalent) SD 3500CD - CR6    24.20
Chloride 325.1    7.83
Chloride (Ion Chromatography) Environmental Protection Agency 300.0    29.04
Chlorophyll A Standard Method 10200H - Chlorophyll-A    19.36
Chemical Oxygen Demand (COD) 410.4    19.36
Color 110.2    19.36
Copper 200.8    11.66
Cyanide 335.4    44.00
Fluoride Standard Method 4500C - F (Fluoride test)    13.20
Iron 200.1    11.66
Langlier Index (Calculation: pH (Test acidity or alkalinity), calcium, TDS (Total Dissolved Solids), alkalinity)    4.84
Lead 200.8    16.50
Magnesium Environmental Protection Agency 200.7    14.52
Manganese 200.8    11.66
Mercury 200.8    24.20
Mercury in Fish    46.20
Molybdenum 200.8    11.66
Nickel 200.8    16.50
Nitrite 353.2    19.36
Nitrate plus Nitrite Environmental Protection Agency 353.2    11.66
Odor 140.1    24.20
Perchlorate 314.0    48.40
Taste and Odor Method 525.2    161.70
pH (Test of acidity or alkalinity) 150.1    9.68
Phosphate, Ortho 365.1    19.36


Phosphorus, Dissolved 365.1    17.60
Phosphorus, Total 365.1    17.60
Potassium 200.7    11.66
Selenium 200.8    16.50
Selenium/Hydride - Atomic Absorption    36.96
Silica 370.1    14.52
Silver 200.8    16.50
Sodium 200.7    11.66
Solids, Total Dissolved (TDS) Standard Method 3540C    14.52
Solids, Total Suspended (TSS) 160.2    12.63
Solids, Settable (SS) 160.5    12.63
Solids, Total Volatile 160.4    14.52
Solids, Percent    12.63
Solids, Residual Suspended 160.1    24.20
Specific Conductance 120.1    8.80
Surfactants Standard Method 5540C    58.08
Sulfate 300.0 375.2    14.52
Sulfide 376.2    38.72
Thallium 200.8    16.50
Tin 200.7    16.50
Turbidity 180.1    9.68
Vanadium 200.8    11.66
Zinc 200.8    11.66
Zirconium 200.8    16.50
Inorganic and Metals Air FIlter Tests
Tier Three
Lead, Air Filter 200.8    44.00
Inorganic Chemistry Groups:
Tier Three
Type Chemistry-2 - Partial Chemistry (12 Major Anions/Cations)    74.80
Type C-9 Annual Inorganic Tests (18 parameters)    276.00
New Drinking Water Sources Type Public Water-7
(Total Inorganic Chemistry - 46 parameters)    780.00
Metals Tests Groups:
Tier Three
Hazardous Waste, Solids, Sediment, Soil    15.58
Sample preparation    19.36


Type Filter Metal-3 - Dissolved metals (12 20 Metals - No Digestion)    140.80
Type Filter Metal-4 Surface Water Filtered (minerals and hardness)    44.00
Type Metal-9 Surface Water (5 metals)    80.96
Type Metal-7 - Total Metals In Water (12 13 Metals - Digested)    189.20
Nutrient Tests Groups:
Tier Three
Type Nutrient-2 Surface Water (totals) (2 tests)    32.34
Type Nutrient-3 Surface Water (totals) (3 tests)    44.00
Type Nutrient-4 Surface Water (totals) (3 tests)    39.60
Type Nutrient-6 Surface Water (totals) (2 tests)    24.64
Filter Nutrient-9 Type 9 - 4 parameters    26.40
Hazardous Waste Organics Tests
Tier Three
BTEXN (Benzene, Toluene, Ethylbenzene, Xylene, Naphthalene)    73.04
Environmental Protection Agency 8020 (BTEXN soil) (Benzene, Toluene, Ethylbenzene, Xylene, Naphthalene soil)    73.04
Chlorinated Pesticides (Soil) 8082    193.60
Chlorinated Acid Herbicides (Soil) 8150    291.29
Environmental Protection Agency 8270 Semi Volatiles    415.80
Environmental Protection Agency 8260 VOCs (Volatile Organic Compounds)    194.04
Ethylene Glycol in Water State Health Laboratory Method    69.30
Oil and Grease 1664    96.80
Environmental Protection Agency 8082 Poly-Chlorinated Biphenyls    177.76
Poly-Chlorinated Biphenyls in oil    132.00
Poly-Chlorinated Ethylene (PCE) Environmental Protection Agency 524.2    73.04
Environmental Protection Agency Method 625 Base/Neutral Acids by Gas Chromatigraph-Mass Spectrometer    388.08
Total Organic Carbon (TOC) Standard Method 5310B    19.36
Total Petroleum Hydrocarbons non-BTEX 8015    121.44
Volatiles (Purgeables - Environmental Protection Agency Method 624)    194.04
Volatiles (Purgeables - Environmental Protection Agency Method 1666)    528.00
Volatiles (Purgeables - Environmental Protection Agency Method 525.2, Pharmaceutical)    118.80
Environmental Protection Agency Method 8270 Semivolatiles (A/B/Not Applicable) by Gas Chromatigraph-Mass Spectrometer    388.08
Unregulated Contaminant Monitoring Regulation I (UCMR I)    630.61
Toxicity Characteristic Leach Procedure - Extraction procedure Environmental

Protection Agency Solid Waste - 1311    97.02
Toxicity Characteristic Leach Procedure Zero Headspace Extraction (ZHE) Environmental Protection Agency Solid Waste 846 - 1311    155.23
Periphyton    47.52
Radiochemistry
Tier Three
Gross alpha or beta     58.08
Gross alpha and beta    58.08
Radium226, (Deemanation)    121.44
Radium228, (precipitation/separation)    150.48
Uranium (Total Activity)    96.80
Uranium ICP/MS (Inductive Coupling Plasma-Mass Spectrometry)    48.40
Radon by Liquid Scintillation    63.36
Tritium    77.44
Gamma Spectroscopy By HPGe (Hyper Pure Geranium) (water and solid samples), ID and Quant, per nuclide    145.20
Water Bacteriology
Tier Three
Swimming pool bacteriology MF and HPC (Membrane Filtration and Heterotrophic Plate Count)    29.04
Polluted water bacteriology per parameter    14.52
Environmental legionella (liter of water) 9260J    61.60
Drinking Water Microbiology
Aeromonas 1605    48.40
Colilert E. Coli 9223B    17.60
Method 1623 analysis    291.06
Protozoa Matrix Spike    277.20
Filter    92.40
Additional Cryptosporidium and Giardia slides    26.40
Microscopic Particulate Analysis (MPA)    208.12
Bacillus subtilis    24.20
Drinking Water Tests
Tier Four
Lead and Copper (Type Metals-8) 200.8    23.18
Bromide 300.0    20.63
Bromate 300.0    41.25
Chlorate 300.0    41.25


Chlorite 300.0    41.25
Ion Chromatography (multiple ions) 300.0    47.25
Ultraviolet Absorption Standard Method 5910B    24.75
Total Organic Carbon Standard Method 5310B    16.50
Drinking Water Organic Contaminants:
Tier Four
Trihalomethanes Environmental Protection Agency Method 524.2    62.03
Maximum Total Potential Trihalomethanes Method 524.2    66.15
Haloacetic Acids Method 6251B    123.75
Volatile Organic Carbons (Unregulated List 1 & List 3) Environmental Protection Agency 524.2    156.75
Pesticides Phase II/V Semi Volatile Organic Analytes & Pesticide 4 methods    689.25
Pesticides Phase II / V 3 methods    590.63
Pesticide Environmental Protection Agency 508.1    121.69
Pesticide Environmental Protection Agency 525.2    275.63
Herbicide Environmental Protection Agency 515.1    157.50
Carbamate Environmental Protection Agency 531.1    157.50
Environmental Protection Agency 508A Total Polychlorinated Biphenyls    157.50
Dissolved Organic Chemicals    23.63
Maximum-Haloacetic acid    129.75
Total Organic Chemistry for new water sources, Type PW-7 (46 parameters)    780.00
Inorganic and Metals Water Tests
Tier Four
Alkalinity (Total) Standard Method 2320B    7.50
Aluminum 200.8    14.06
Ammonia 350.3    16.50
Antimony 200.8    14.06
Arsenic 200.8    14.06
Barium 200.8    9.94
Beryllium 200.8    9.94
Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BOD) 5 day test 405.1    24.75
Boron 200.7    9.94
Cadmium 200.8    14.06
Calcium 200.7    9.94
Chromium 200.8    14.06
Chromium (Hexavalent) SD 3500CD - CR6    20.63
Chloride 325.1    6.68


Chloride (Ion Chromatography) Environmental Protection Agency 300.0    24.75
Chlorophyll A Standard Method 10200H - Chlorophyll-A    16.50
Chemical Oxygen Demand (COD) 410.4    16.50
Color 110.2    16.50
Copper 200.8    9.94
Cyanide 335.4    37.50
Fluoride Standard Method 4500C - F (Fluoride test)    11.25
Iron 200.1    9.94
Langlier Index (Calculation: pH (Test acidity or alkalinity), calcium, TDS (Total Dissolved Solids), alkalinity)    4.13
Lead 200.8    14.06
Magnesium Environmental Protection Agency 200.7    12.38
Manganese 200.8    9.94
Mercury 200.8    20.63
Mercury in Fish    39.38
Molybdenum 200.8    9.94
Nickel 200.8    14.06
Nitrite 353.2    16.50
Nitrate plus Nitrite Environmental Protection Agency 353.2    9.94
Odor 140.1    20.63
Perchlorate 314.0    41.25
Taste and Odor Method 525.2    137.81
pH (Test of acidity or alkalinity) 150.1    8.25
Phosphate, Ortho 365.1    16.50
Phosphorus, Dissolved 365.1    15.00
Phosphorus, Total 365.1    15.00
Potassium 200.7    9.94
Selenium 200.8    14.06
Selenium/Hydride - Atomic Absorption    31.50
Silica 370.1    12.38
Silver 200.8    14.06
Sodium 200.7    9.94
Solids, Total Dissolved (TDS) Standard Method 3540C    12.38
Solids, Total Suspended (TSS) 160.2    10.76
Solids, Settable (SS) 160.5    10.76
Solids, Total Volatile 160.4    12.38
Solids, Percent    10.76


Solids, Residual Suspended 160.1    20.63
Specific Conductance 120.1    7.50
Surfactants Standard Method 5540C    49.50
Sulfate 300.0 375.2    12.38
Sulfide 376.2    33.00
Thallium 200.8    14.06
Tin 200.7    14.06
Turbidity 180.1    8.25
Vanadium 200.8    9.94
Zinc 200.8    9.94
Zirconium 200.8    14.06
Inorganic and Metals Air FIlter Tests
Tier Four
Lead, Air Filter 200.8    37.50
Inorganic Chemistry Groups:
Tier Four
Type Chemistry-2 - Partial Chemistry (12 Major Anions/Cations)    63.75
Type C-9 Annual Inorganic Tests (18 parameters)    276.00
New Drinking Water Sources Type Public Water-7
(Total Inorganic Chemistry - 46 parameters)    780.00
Metals Tests Groups:
Tier Four
Hazardous Waste, Solids, Sediment, Soil    13.28
Sample preparation    16.50
Type Filter Metal-3 - Dissolved metals (12 20 Metals - No Digestion)    120.00
Type Filter Metal-4 Surface Water Filtered (minerals and hardness)    37.50
Type Metal-9 Surface Water (5 metals)    69.00
Type Metal-7 - Total Metals In Water (12 13 Metals - Digested)    161.25
Nutrient Tests Groups:
Tier Four
Type Nutrient-2 Surface Water (totals) (2 tests)    27.56
Type Nutrient-3 Surface Water (totals) (3 tests)    37.50
Type Nutrient-4 Surface Water (totals) (3 tests)    33.75
Type Nutrient-6 Surface Water (totals) (2 tests)    21.00
Filter Nutrient-9 Type 9 - 4 parameters    22.50
Hazardous Waste Organics Tests
Tier Four


BTEXN (Benzene, Toluene, Ethylbenzene, Xylene, Naphthalene)    62.25
Environmental Protection Agency 8020 (BTEXN soil) (Benzene, Toluene, Ethylbenzene, Xylene, Naphthalene soil)    62.25
Chlorinated Pesticides (Soil) 8082    165.00
Chlorinated Acid Herbicides (Soil) 8150    248.25
Environmental Protection Agency 8270 Semi Volatiles    354.38
Environmental Protection Agency 8260 VOCs (Volatile Organic Compounds)    165.38
Ethylene Glycol in Water State Health Laboratory Method    59.06
Oil and Grease 1664    82.50
Environmental Protection Agency 8082 Poly-Chlorinated Biphenyls    151.50
Poly-Chlorinated Biphenyls in oil    112.50
Poly-Chlorinated Ethylene (PCE) Environmental Protection Agency 524.2    62.25
Environmental Protection Agency Method 625 Base/Neutral Acids by Gas Chromatigraph-Mass Spectrometer    330.75
Total Organic Carbon (TOC) Standard Method 5310B    16.50
Total Petroleum Hydrocarbons non-BTEX 8015    103.50
Volatiles (Purgeables - Environmental Protection Agency Method 624)    165.38
Volatiles (Purgeables - Environmental Protection Agency Method 1666)    570.00
Volatiles (Purgeables - Environmental Protection Agency Method 525.2, Pharmaceutical)    128.25
Environmental Protection Agency Method 8270 Semivolatiles (A/B/Not Applicable) by Gas Chromatigraph-Mass Spectrometer    330.75
Unregulated Contaminant Monitoring Regulation I (UCMR I)    537.45
Toxicity Characteristic Leach Procedure - Extraction procedure Environmental Protection Agency Solid Waste - 1311    82.69
Toxicity Characteristic Leach Procedure Zero Headspace Extraction (ZHE) Environmental Protection Agency Solid Waste 846 - 1311    132.30
Periphyton    40.50
Radiochemistry
Tier Four
Gross alpha or beta     49.50
Gross alpha and beta    49.50
Radium226, (Deemanation)    103.50
Radium228, (precipitation/separation)    128.25
Uranium (Total Activity)    82.50
Uranium ICP/MS (Inductive Coupling Plasma-Mass Spectrometry)    41.25
Radon by Liquid Scintillation    54.00


Tritium    66.00
Gamma Spectroscopy By HPGe (Hyper Pure Geranium) (water and solid samples), ID and Quant, per nuclide    123.75
Water Bacteriology
Tier Four
Swimming pool bacteriology MF and HPC (Membrane Filtration and Heterotrophic Plate Count)    24.75
Polluted water bacteriology per parameter    12.38
Environmental legionella (liter of water) 9260J    52.50
Drinking Water Microbiology
Aeromonas 1605    41.25
Colilert E. Coli 9223B    15.00
Method 1623 analysis    248.06
Protozoa Matrix Spike    236.25
Filter    78.75
Additional Cryptosporidium and Giardia slides    22.50
Microscopic Particulate Analysis (MPA)    177.38
Bacillus subtilis    20.63
Forensic Toxicology
Forensic Toxicology
Tier One
Under certain conditions of public health import (e.g., disease outbreak, terrorist event, or environmental catastrophe) fees may be reduced or waived.
Alcohol and other volatiles    61.00
Prescription Drug Screen (22-drug panel)    41.00
Prescription Drug Confirmation by GC/MS (Gas Chromatigraph-Mass Spectrometer) (per ACID/Neutral drug)    106.00
Prescription Drug Confirmation by GC/MS (Gas Chromatigraph-Mass Spectrometer) (per BASE drug)    54.00
Drugs of Abuse Screen (Methamphetamine, Tetrahydrocannabinol (Marijuana), Cocaine, Heroin)    49.00
Drugs of Abuse Confirmation (Meth) (Methamphetamine)    110.00
Drugs of Abuse Confirmation (TCH) (Tetrahydrocannabinol (Marijuana))    87.00
Drugs of Abuse Confirmation (Cocaine)    113.00
Drugs of Abuse Confirmation (Heroin)    143.00
Rush testing fees - added to cost of performing test
Toxicology Testing <96 hours    50.00


Testimony Fees
Expert Testimony Fee (Portal to Portal), per hour for those without a PhD/MD    78.75
    Includes preparation, consultation, and appearance on criminal and civil cases. Portal to portal, including travel and waiting time. Per hour charge, plus travel costs.
Expert Testimony Fee (Portal to Portal), per hour for those with a PhD/MD    250.00
    Includes preparation, consultation, and appearance on criminal and civil cases. Portal to portal, including travel and waiting time. Per hour charge, plus travel costs.
Administrative retrieval and copy fees
1 - 15 copies    20.00
Each additional copy    1.00
Handling Fees (per sample)
Chain of Custody Sample Handling Fee    20.00
Laboratory Improvement
Laboratory Operations
Under certain conditions of public health import (e.g., disease outbreak, terrorist event, or environmental catastrophe) fees may be reduced or waived.
Environmental Laboratory Certification
Note: Laboratories applying for certification are subject to the annual certification fee, plus the fee listed for each category in which they are to be certified.
Annual certification fee (chemistry and/or microbiology)
Note: Laboratories applying for certification are subject to the annual certification fee, plus the fee listed for each category in which they are to be certified.
Tier One
Annual certification fee (chemistry and/or microbiology)
Utah laboratories    825.00
Out-of-state laboratories (plus reimbursement of all travel expenses)    7,700.00
National Environmental Accreditation Program (NELAP) recognition fee    825.00
Certification change fee    100.00
Rush certification fees - added to fees listed above (under 30 days notice)
Utah laboratories    1,000.00
Out-of-state laboratories (plus reimbursement of all travel expenses)    1,500.00
Safe Drinking Water by Analyte and Method
Microbiological - Each Method    50.00
Group I    28.00
Group II    33.00


Group III    54.00
Group I    28.00
Group II    33.00
Group III    28.00
Group I    68.00
Group II    85.00
Group III    155.00
Group IV    185.00
Radiological each method    40.00
Clean Water by Analyte and Method
Microbiological each method    50.00
Toxicity Testing    195.00
Group I    28.00
Group II    33.00
Group III    40.00
Group I    85.00
Group II    155.00
Group III    185.00
Radiological each method    40.00
Resource Conservation and Recovery Act by Analyte and Method
Microbiological each method    50.00
Group I    28.00
Group II    33.00
Group I    28.00
Group II    33.00
Group III    40.00
Group IV    45.00
Radiological each method    40.00
Hazardous Waste Characteristics each method    45.00
Group I    40.00
Group II    33.00
Group III    85.00
Group IV    27.00
Group I    85.00
Group II    155.00
Group III    185.00
Performance Based Method    550.00


    Charge for each individual analyte by each specific method
Travel expenses reimbursement for out of state environmental laboratory certifications - Cost Recovery
Phlebotomy Permits (to allow authorized individuals to withdraw blood for the purpose of determining alcohol or drug content)
Triennial fee    35.00
Impounded Animals Use Certification
Annual fee    425.00
On-site Seminar Fees
Per unit of instruction    15.00
Testimony Fees
Expert Testimony Fee (Portal to Portal), per hour FTE without a PhD/MD    78.75
    Includes preparation, consultation, and appearance on criminal and civil cases. Portal to portal, including travel and waiting time. Per hour charge, plus travel costs.
Expert Testimony Fee (Portal to Portal), per hour FTE with a PhD/MD    250.00
    Includes preparation, consultation, and appearance on criminal and civil cases. Portal to portal, including travel and waiting time. Per hour charge, plus travel costs.
Administrative retrieval and copy fees
1 - 15 copies    20.00
Each additional copy    1.00
Health Care Financing
Contracts
Primary Care Network Client Enrollment Fee
Over 50% of Poverty Level    50.00
    (annual fee per person or married couple)
Under 50% of Poverty Level    25.00
    (annual fee per person or married couple)
General Assistance Enrollees    15.00
    (annual fee per person or married couple)
Provider Enrollment
Medicaid provider application fee for prospective or re-enrolling providers    523.00
Children's Health Insurance Program
Children's Health Insurance Program Quarterly Premium
Plan B (100%-150% of Poverty Level)    30.00
Plan C (150%-200% of Poverty Level)    75.00


Late Fee    15.00
Medicaid Mandatory Services
Other Mandatory Services
Health Clinics
10040 Acne Surgery    48.00
10060 Incision & Drainage of Abscess Simple/Single    68.00
10061 Incision & Drainage Complicated or Multiple    125.00
10080 Incision & Drainage Pilonidal Cyst; Simple    73.00
10120 Incision & Removal Foreign Object-Simple    73.00
10140 Incision & Drainage of Cyst, Hematoma or Seroma    130.00
10160 Puncture Aspiration of Abscess, Hematoma    52.00
11000 Debridement; Infected Skin up to 10%    57.00
11040 Debridement; Skin Partial Thickness    44.00
11041 Debridement; Skin Full Thickness    52.00
11042 Debridement; Skin & Subcutaneous Tissue    68.00
11044 Debridement; Skin, Tissue, Muscle, Bone    218.00
11100 Biopsy; Skin Lesion Subcutaneous    62.00
11101 Biopsy; Skin Subcutaneous Each Separate/Additional Lesion    32.00
11200 Removal Skin Tags 1-15    78.00
11201 Removal Skintag any area, Each Add 10 Lesion    14.00
11300 Shave Biopsy; Epidermal/Dermal Lesion 1 Trunk-Neck    47.00
11305 Shave Excision & Electrocautery    67.00
11310 Surgery by Electrocautery    42.00
11400 Excision; Benign Lesion Trunk/Arm/Leg 0.5cm or Less    47.00
11401 Excision; Benign Lesion Trunk/Arm/Leg 0.6-1cm    88.00
11402 Excision; Benign Lesion Trunk/Arm/Leg 1.1-2.0 cm    72.00
11403 Excision; Benign Trunk/Legs/Arms 2.1-3.0 cm    104.00
11404 Excision; Benign Trunk/Arm/Leg 3.1-4.0 cm    104.00
11420 Excision; Benign Scalp/Neck/Genital 0.5 or less    47.00
11421 Excision; Benign Lesion 0.6-1.0 cm    73.00
11422 Excision; Benign Subcutaneous/Neck/Genital/Feet 1.1-2.0 cm    80.00
11423 Excision of Cyst    96.00
11440 Excision; Benign Face/Ear/Eyelid 0.5cm/less    57.00
11441 Excision; Benign Lesion Face/Ear/Eye/Nose 0.6-1.0 cm    100.00
11602 Excision; Malignant Trunk/Arm/Leg 1.1-2.0 cm    112.00
11604 Excision 3.1-4.0 cm    166.00
11622 Excision; Malignant Lesion Scalp/Neck/Hand/Feet/Genital 1.1-2.0 cm    166.00


11641 Excision; Malignant Face/Nose/Ear 0.6-1.0 cm    131.00
11642 Excision; Malignant Face/Nose Ears 1.1-2.0 cm    172.00
11720 Debridement; Nails 1-5    27.00
11721 Debridement; Nails 6 or More    42.00
11730 Avulsion; Nail Plate Single    68.00
11731 Avulsion; Nail Second    42.00
11732 Avulsion; Nail Each Additional Nail    30.00
11740 Avulsion; Toenail    26.00
11750 Excision; Nail/Matrix Permanent Removal    175.00
11765 Wedge Excision of Skin of Nail Fold Ingrown    60.00
12001 Repair; Simple Superficial Wound 2.5 cm or Less    192.00
12002 Repair; Simple Wound 2.6-7.5 cm    203.00
12004 Repair; Simple Wound 7.6-12.5 cm    133.00
12005 Repair; Simple Wound 12.6-20.0 cm    166.00
12011 Repair; Simple Face/Ear/Nose/Lip 2.5 cm or Less    234.00
12032 Repair; Layer Closure Scalp/Extremities/Trunk 2.6-7.5 cm    151.00
12035 Repair; Layer Closure Scalp/Extremities/Trunk 12.6-20 cm    227.00
13120 Repair; Complex Scalp/Arms/Legs    146.00
16020 Burn Dress without Anesthesia Office/Hospital Small    35.00
16025 Burn Dress without Anesthesia Medical Face/Extremities    68.00
17000 Destruction Any Method Benign First Lesion    78.00
17003 Destruction Add-on Benign/Pre-malignant    47.00
17004 Destruction; Benign Lesion 15 or More    182.00
17110 Destruction Flat Wart - Up to 15    88.00
17111 Destruction Flat Warts - 15 and More    50.00
17260 Destruction; Malignant Trunk/Arm/Leg 0.5 or Less    58.00
17280 Destruction Malignant Lesion Face 0.5 cm Less    76.00
17281 Destruction Malignant Lesion Face 0.6-1    109.00
20520 Foreign Body Removal (Simple)    120.00
20550 Injection; Trigger Point Tendon/Ligament/Ganglion    57.00
20552 TPI (Trigger Point Injection)    47.00
20600 Arthrocentesis; Small Joint/Ganglion Fingers/Toes    50.00
20610 Arthrocentesis; Major Joint/Bursa Shoulder/Knee    104.00
20605 Arthrocentesis; Intermediate Joint/Bursa Ankle/Elbow    52.00
211 Community Service    52.00
28190 Foreign Body Removal; Foot Subcutaneous    125.00
30901 Cauterize (Limited); Control Nasal Hemorrhage/Anterior/Simple    60.00


36415 Venipuncture    6.00
44641 Excision; Malignant Lesion    131.00
46083 Incision; Thrombosed Hemorrhoid, External    104.00
46600 Anoscope    23.00
52000 Cystoscopy    125.00
53670 Catheterization, Urinary, Simple    30.00
57421 Colposcopy With Biopsy of Vagina/Cervix    156.00
57455 Colposcopy of the Cervix With Biopsy    156.00
57456 Colposcopy of Cervix With Electrocautery conization    146.00
57511 Cryocautery Cervix; Initial or Repeat    83.00
58300 Insertion of Intrauterine Device    104.00
58301 Removal of Intrauterine Device    163.00
60001 Aspiration/Injection Thyroid Gland    81.00
65025 Removal of Foreign Body; External Eye, Superficial    173.00
65220 Removal of Foreign Body; External Eye, Corneal    215.00
69200 Removal Foreign Body External Auditory Canal without General Anesthesia    52.00
69210 Cerumen Removal/One or Both Ears    78.00
80048 Basic Metabolic Profile    6.00
80053 Metabolic Panel Labs (Comprehensive)    6.00
80061 Lipid Panel Labs    6.00
80061 Quick Lipid Panel    6.00
80076 Hepatic Function Panel    6.00
80100 Drug Screen (Multiple Drug Classes)    26.00
80101 Drug Screen (Single Drug Class)    26.00
80176 Xylocaine 0-55 cc    29.00
81000 Urine Analysis with Microscope    10.00
81002 Urine Analysis    10.00
81003 Urine Analysis Automated & without Microscope    10.00
81025 Human Chorionic Gonadotropin; Urine    22.00
82043 Microalbumin    16.00
82055 Alcohol Screen    21.00
82270 Hemoccult; Feces Screening    7.00
82570 Creatinine    12.00
82728 Ferritin    26.00
82948 Glucose; Blood, Regent Strip    6.00
82962 Glucose; Monitoring Device    6.00
83036 Hemoglobin A1C (long-term blood sugar test)    23.00


83540 Iron    31.00
84443 Thyroid Stimulating Hormone Labs    10.00
84460 Alanine Amino Test    15.00
85013 Hematocrit    5.00
85025 Complete Blood Count Labs    5.00
85610 Prothrombin Time    10.00
85651 Erythrocyte Sedimentation Test    11.00
85652 Sedimentation Rate    11.00
86308 Mononucleosis test    15.00
86318 Helicobacter Pylori test    23.00
86318 Quick Helicobacter Pylori test    23.00
86403 Monospot    18.00
85680 PPD/Tuberculosis Test    9.00
87060 Culture; Strep    17.00
87070 Culture; Bacterial, Any Other Source    16.00
87077 Culture; Bacterial Incision & Drainage    16.00
87081 Culture; Bacterial Single Organism    14.00
87082 Culture; Presumptive, Pathogenic Organism Screen    16.00
87086 Culture; Bacterial Urine    12.00
87088 Culture, Bacterial Urine Identification and Quantification    12.00
87102 Culture; Fungal    16.00
87106 Culture; Yeast    8.00
87110 Chlamydia Culture    16.00
87220 Potassium Hydroxide - Wet Prep    10.00
87804 Influenza A; Quick Test    23.00
87880 Strep; Quick Test    26.00
87880 Quick Strep; Test (Medicaid/Medicare)    26.00
88147 PAP (Papanicolaou) Smear; Cervical or Vaginal    42.00
88164 Cytopathology, Slides, Cervical or Vagina    26.00
90471 Immunization Administration; One Vaccine    25.00
90472 Immunization Administration; Additional Vaccine    12.00
90620 Supplemental Security Income Exam Initial Consult    133.00
90632 Immunization Hepatitis A - 19+ Years    78.00
90634 Immunization Hepatitis A - Pediatric-Adolescent    42.00
90636 Immunization; Hepatitis A & B Adult    90.00
90645 Immunization; Hemophilus Influenza B    47.00
90649 Gardisil Human Papillomavirus Vaccine    156.00


90658 Influenza Virus Vaccine    21.00
90669 Immunization; Pneumococcal > 5 years old Only    104.00
90701 Diphtheria Tetanus Pertussis Immunization    42.00
90702 Diphtheria Tetanus Immunization    14.00
90703 Tetanus    26.00
90707 Immunization; Measles Mumps Rubella    42.00
90715 Adacel - Tetanus Diphtheria Vaccine    73.00
90716 Immunization; Varicella    8.00
90732 Pneumovax Shot    36.00
90734 Immunization; Meningitis    5.00
90744 Immunization; Hepatitis B / Newborn-18 Years    73.00
90746 Immunization; Hepatitis B 19+ Years (Adult)    88.00
90772 Injection; Therapeutic, Diagnosis    18.00
90801 Psychiatric Diagnostic Interview    94.00
90805 Psychiatric Diagnosis Interview Follow-up Visit    68.00
92552 Audiometry    19.00
93000 Electrocardiogram    36.00
93015 Cardiovascular Stress Test (Treadmill)    130.00
93926 Duplex Scan Limited Study    130.00
93965 Doppler of Extremity    132.00
94010 Spirometry    52.00
94060 Spirometry with Bronchodilators    64.00
94200 Peak Flow    21.00
94640 Intermittent Pause Pressure Breathing Device - Nebulizer Breathing    42.00
94760 Pulse Oximetry - Oxygen Saturation    10.00
95115 Injections; Allergy Only 1    15.00
95117 Injections; Allergy 2 or More    16.00
95860 Electromyogram 1    81.00
95861 Electromyogram 2    139.00
95900 Nerve Conduction Velocity Motor    42.00
95904 Nerve Conduction Velocity Sensory    35.00
97035 Ultrasound    16.00
97110 Therapy    24.00
97124 Massage    13.00
97260 Manipulate; Spinal 1 Area    16.00
99050 After Hours    24.00
99058 Emergency Visit    36.00


99070 Supplies; Above & Beyond Customary    19.00
99080 Form 20 (Disability Exam)    88.00
99173 Visual Acuity Screening Test    10.00
99201 New Patient - Brief    47.00
99201N New Patient - Brief Night    47.00
99202 New Patient - Limited    81.00
99202N New Patient - Limited Night    81.00
99203 New Patient - Intermediate    120.00
99203N New Patient - Intermediate Night    120.00
99204 New Patient - Extended    182.00
99204N New Patient - Extended Night    182.00
99205 New Patient - Comprehensive    229.00
99205N New Patient - Comprehensive Night    229.00
99211 Established Patient Brief    28.00
99211N Established Patient Brief Night    28.00
99212 Established Patient Limited    47.00
99212N Established Patient Limited Night    47.00
99213 Established Patient Intermediate    73.00
99213N Established Patient Intermediate Night    73.00
99214 Established Patient Extended    110.00
99214N Established Patient Extended Night    110.00
99215 Established Patient Comprehensive    151.00
99215N Established Patient Comprehensive Night    151.00
99241 Consultation with another physician History, Exam, Straightforward    36.00
99242 Consult with another physician, Expanded History & Exam Straightforward    57.00
99243 Consult with another physician, Detailed History, Exam    79.00
    Low Complexity
99244 Consult with another physician - Comprehensive History, Exam    99.00
    Moderate Complexity
99245 Office Consult for New or Established Patient    426.00
99354 Prolonged Services - 1 Hour    73.00
99361 Medical Conference by Physicians    52.00
99381 Check; New Patient Under 1    99.00
99382 Check; New Patient Age 1-4    109.00
99383 Check; New Patient Age 5-11    109.00
99384 Check; Age 12-17    130.00
99385 Check; Age 18-20    88.00


99391 Check; Under 1    88.00
99392 Check; Age 1-4    99.00
99393 Check; Age 5-11    99.00
99394 Check; Age 12-17    109.00
99395 Check; Age 18-20    73.00
99396 Medical Evaluation - Adult 40-64    83.00
99397 Medical Evaluation - 65 Years and Over    88.00
99402 Preventive Medicine Counseling 30-44 Minutes    468.00
99432 Newborn Normal Care - In Office    42.00
A4460 Ace Wrap - Per Roll    7.00
A4550 Surgical Tray    42.00
A4565 Sling    21.00
A4570 Splint    23.00
Complete Blood Count    5.00
Complete Metabolic Panel    6.00
Cornell Well Child Check Visits    36.00
Form 21 (Disability Exam)    73.00
Federal Aviation Administration Exam    52.00
G0008 Flu Shot Administration (Medicare)    8.00
G0009 Injection Administration - Pneumonia without Physician (Medicare)    4.00
G0010 Hepatitis B Vaccine Administration    5.00
G0101 Papanicolaou (PAP); with Breast Exam Cervical/Vaginal Screen    42.00
G0107 Hemocult for Medicare    10.00
G0179 Physician Re-Certification for Medicare Home Health    83.00
G0180 Physician Certification for Medicare Home Health    83.00
J0170 Injection; Epinephrine    10.00
J0290 Injection; Ampicillin Sodium 500 mg    8.00
J0540 Bicillin 1.2 million units    38.00
J0696 Rocephin 250 mg    47.00
J0702 Injection; Celestone 3 mg    12.00
J0704 Injection; Celestone 4 mg    12.00
J0780 Compazine up to 10 mg    16.00
J0810 Solumedrol 150 mg    21.00
J1000 Estradiol    12.00
J1055 Depo-Provera    88.00
J1200 Benadryl up to 50 mg    10.00
J1390 Estrogen    31.00


J1470 Gamma Globulin 2 cc    21.00
J1820 Insulin up to 100 units    10.00
J1885 Toradol 15 mg    21.00
J2000 Xylocaine 0-55 cc    5.00
J2550 Phenergan up to 50 mg    10.00
J3130 Testosterone    31.00
J3301 Kenalog-10 Per 10 mg    31.00
J3401 Vistaril 25 mg    12.00
J3420 Injection B-12    10.00
J7300 Intrauterine Device (contraception)    416.00
J7320 Hyalgan, Synvisc (Knee Injection)    281.00
J7620 Albuterol Per ml, Inhalation Solution Durable Medical Equipment    3.00
J7625 Albuterol Sulfate 0.5%/ml Inhalation Solution Administration    4.00
L3908 Wrist Splint    44.00
Liver Function Test    6.00
Lipid    17.00
PSATE0000 Prostate Specific Antigen Test    42.00
Residual Functional Capacity Questionnaire    52.00
S0020 Marcaine up to 30 ml    18.00
S9981 Medical Records Copying Fee-Admin    6.00
Supplemental Security Insurance Exam    113.00
Thin Prep    140.00
Thyroid Stimulating Hormone    19.00
Y4600 Injection; Pediatric Immunization Only    11.00
Y9051 Records Sent to Case Worker    16.00
Family Dental Plan
D0120 Periodic Oral Evaluation    23.00
D0140 Limited Oral Evaluation    37.00
D0150 Comprehensive Oral Evaluation    40.00
D0210 Intraoral-complete series including Bitewings    69.00
D0220 Intraoral periapical - first film    14.00
D0230 Intraoral periapical - each additional film    11.00
D0270 Bitewing-single film    14.00
D0272 Bitewing-two film    22.00
D0274 Bitewing-four film    31.00
D0330 Panoramic Film    64.00
D1110 Prophylaxis-adult    48.00


D1120 Prophylaxis-child    33.00
D1203 Topical application of fluoride excluding prophy    20.00
D1351 Sealant-per tooth    27.00
D1510 Space maintainer-fixed unilateral    170.00
D1515 Space maintainer-fixed bilateral    224.00
D1520 Space maintainer- removable unilateral    204.00
D1525 Space maintainer- removable bilateral    288.00
D1550 Recement space maintainer    36.00
D2140 Amalgam-one surface    56.00
D2150 Amalgam-two surface    74.00
D2160 Amalgam-three surface    88.00
D2161 Amalgam-4 or more surface    108.00
D2330 Resin-one surface, anterior    71.00
D2331 Resin-two surface, anterior    90.00
D2332 Resin-three surface, anterior    110.00
D2335 Resin-4 or more surface-can be incisal angle, anterior    130.00
D2391 Resin-one surface, posterior    82.00
D2751 Crown-porcelain fused to majority base metal    553.00
D2920 Recement Crown    49.00
D2930 Refabricated stainless steel crown-primary    133.00
D2931 Refabricated stainless steel crown-permanent    151.00
D2950 Core build-up    127.00
D2951 Pin retention-per tooth    29.00
D2954 Prefabricated post and core    161.00
D3220 Therapeutic pulpotomy    82.00
D3221 Open and Medicate    91.00
D3310 Root canal therapy, anterior    348.00
D3320 Root Canal therapy, bicuspid    425.00
D3330 Root canal therapy, 1st molar    549.00
D3410 Apicoectomy / periradicular surgery-bicuspid    398.00
D3430 Retrograde filling    121.00
D4355 Full mouth debridement    86.00
D5110 Complete upper denture    734.00
D5120 Complete lower denture    734.00
D5130 Immediate upper denture    801.00
D5140 Immediate lower denture    801.00
D5211 Upper partial-resin base    621.00


D5212 Lower partial-resin base    720.00
D5213 Upper partial-cast metal frame with resin base    811.00
D5214 Lower partial-cast metal frame with resin base    811.00
D5410 Adjust complete denture upper    52.00
D5411 Adjust complete denture lower    52.00
D5421 Adjust partial denture upper    52.00
D5422 Adjust partial denture lower    52.00
D5510 Repair broken complete denture base    187.00
D5520 Replace missing/broken teeth complete denture    104.00
D5610 Repair resin denture base-partial denture    130.00
D5630 Repair or replace broken clasp    140.00
D5640 Replace broken teeth-per tooth    74.00
D5650 Add tooth to existing partial denture    101.00
D5750 Reline complete upper denture    225.00
D5751 Reline complete lower denture    225.00
D5760 Reline upper partial denture    224.00
D5761 Reline lower partial denture    224.00
D7111 Coronal Remnants    55.00
D7140 Single tooth extraction    73.00
D7210 Surgical removal erupted tooth    129.00
D7270 Tooth re-implantation with stabilization    156.00
D7286 Biopsy of oral tissue    104.00
D7410 Excision of benign tumor    182.00
D7510 Incision & drainage of abscess    104.00
D7960 Frenulectomy    148.00
D9248 Nitrous sedation    26.00
Department of Workforce Services
Division II Deputy Director
WorkKeys Usage Fee
Foundational Assessment    41.50
National Career Readiness Certificate (NCRC)    10.00
Talent Assessment    14.50
Unemployment Insurance
Unemployment Insurance Administration
GRAMA Requests
Copies, Free After First 10    .10
Fax Pages Local, Free After First 10    2.00


Fax Pages Long Distance, All Pages    2.00
Research per Hour    20.00
Department of Human Services
Executive Director Operations
    In accordance with Utah Code Section 63J-1-504, the following fees are approved for the Department of Human Services for fiscal year 2013.
Executive Director's Office
Government Records Access and Management Act (GRAMA) Fees - these GRAMA fees apply for the entire Department of Human Services
GRAMA Records - paper (per side of sheet)    .25
GRAMA Records - audio tape (per tape)    5.00
GRAMA Records - video tape (per tape)    15.00
GRAMA Records - compiling and reporting in another format (per hour)    25.00
GRAMA Records - compiling and reporting in another format if programmer/analyst assistance is required (per hour)    50.00
GRAMA Records - mailing - actual cost
Office of Licensing
Initial license (new program)    300.00
    Any new program except comprehensive mental health or substance abuse
Adult Day Care (0-50 consumers per program)    100.00
Adult Day Care (more than 50 consumers per program)    200.00
Adult Day Care per licensed capacity    3.00
Child Placing    250.00
Day Treatment    150.00
Outpatient Treatment    100.00
Residential Support    100.00
Residential Treatment    200.00
Residential Treatment per licensed capacity    3.00
Social Detoxification    200.00
Life Safety Pre-inspection    200.00
Outdoor Youth Program    300.00
Outdoor Youth Program per licensed capacity    5.00
Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Fingerprint Check (Hard Copy)    39.25
    Passed Through to the FBI
FBI Fingerprint Check (Live Scan)    39.25
    Passed Through to the FBI
Office of Licensing Live Scan    10.00


Intermediate Secure Treatment    250.00
Intermediate Secure Treatment per licensed capacity    3.00
Therapeutic School Program    200.00
Therapeutic School Program per licensed capacity    3.00
Division of Substance Abuse and Mental Health
    In accordance with Utah Code Section 63J-1-504, the following fees are approved for the Division of Substance Abuse and Mental Health for fiscal year 2013.
Administration - DSAMH
Alcoholic Beverage Server Fee - On Premise Sales    2.50
Alcoholic Beverage Server - Off Premise Sales    3.50
State Substance Abuse Services
Alcoholic Beverage Server Fee - On Premise Sales    2.50
Division of Services for People with Disabilities
    In accordance with Utah Code Section 63J-1-504, the following fees are approved for the Division of Services for People with Disabilities for fiscal year 2013.
Non-waiver Services
Graduated Fee - Critical Support Services for People with Disabilities (Non-Medicaid Matched) - ranges between 1% to 3% of Gross Family Income    910.00
Office of Recovery Services
    In accordance with Utah Code Section 63J-1-504, the following fees are approved for the Office of Recovery Services for fiscal year 2013.
Child Support Services
Recovery Services Collections Processing Fee    5.00
Credit Card Convenience Fee    5.00
Recovery Services Federal Tax Intercept Fee (Retained)    25.00
Collection Fee    25.00
Division of Child and Family Services
    In accordance with Utah Code Section 63J-1-504, the following fees are approved for the Division of Child and Family Services for fiscal year 2013.
Service Delivery
Live Scan Testing Fee (DCFS)    10.00
Out-of-Home Care
Foster Care Cost of Reimbursement - rate varies by child and amount of Social Security Administration (SSA)/Supplemental Security Income (SSI) collected monthly (an estimated average is $337.20)
Domestic Violence
Domestic Violence Treatment Fee    10.00


Natural Resources, Agriculture, & Environmental Quality
Department of Natural Resources
Forestry, Fire and State Lands
Division Administration
Administrative Fees
Application
Mineral Lease    40.00
Special Lease Agreement    40.00
Mineral Unit/Communitization Agreement    40.00
Special Use Lease Agreement (SULA)    300.00
Grazing Permit    50.00
Materials Permit    200.00
Easement    150.00
Right of Entry    50.00
Sovereign Land General Permit: Private    300.00
Sovereign Land General Permit: Public
Exchange of Land    1,000.00
Assignment
Mineral Lease
Total Assignment    50.00
Interest Assignment    50.00
Operating Right Assignment    50.00
Overriding Royalty Assignment    50.00
Partial Assignment    50.00
Collateral Assignment    50.00
Special Use Lease Agreement (SULA)    50.00
Grazing Permit per AUM (Animal Unit Month)    2.00
Grazing Sublease per AUM (Animal Unit Month)    2.00
Materials Permits    50.00
Easement    50.00
Right of Entry (ROE)    50.00
Sovereign Land General Permit    50.00
Grazing Non-use (per lease) - 10%
    10%
Special Use Lease Agreement (SULA) Non-use - 10%
    10%
Amendment - (ROE, Easement, Grazing)    50.00


Amendment - (SULA, general permit, mineral lease, materials permit)    125.00
Reinstatement - (surface leases & permits per reinstatement/per lease or permit)    150.00
Bioprospecting - Registration Fee    50.00
Oral Auction Administration Fee - COST
    Cost
Affidavit of Lost Document (per document)    25.00
Certified Document (per document)    10.00
Research on Leases or Title Records (per hour)    50.00
Reproduction of Records
Self service per copy    .10
By staff per copy    .40
Change on Name of Division Records (per occurrence)    20.00
Fax copy - send only (per page)    1.00
Late Fee - 6% or $30
Returned check charge    30.00
Sovereign Lands
Rights of Entry
Seismic Survey Fees
Primacord (per mile)    200.00
Surface Vibrators (per mile)    200.00
Shothole >50 ft (per hole)    50.00
Shothole <50 ft (per mile)    200.00
Pattern Shotholes (per pattern)    200.00
Commercial    200.00
Commercial Recreation Event: minimum ROE of $200 plus a per person royalty over a threshold of 150 people (per person)    2.00
Data Processing
Production Time (per hour)    55.00
Programming Time (per hour)    75.00
Geographic Information System
Processing Time (per hour)    55.00
Personnel Time (per hour)    50.00
Sovereign Lands
Easements
Minimum Easement    225.00
Floating Dock, wheeled pier, seasonal use; 12 yr max term    225.00
Dock/pier, single upland owner use; 9 yr max term    330.00


Boat ramp, metal or portable; 9 yr max term    225.00
Canal, existing, <=33' wide (per rod)    15.00
Canal, existing, >33' but <= 66' wide (per rod)    30.00
Canal, existing, >66' but <=100' wide (per rod)    45.00
Canal, existing, >100' wide (per rod)    60.00
Canal, new construction, <=33' wide (per rod)    30.00
Canal, new, >33' but <=66' wide (per rod)    45.00
Canal, new, >66' but <=100' wide (per rod)    60.00
Canal, new, >100' wide (per rod)    75.00
Roads, existing, <=33' wide (per rod)    5.50
Roads, existing, >33' but <=66' wide (per rod)    11.00
Roads, existing, >66' but <=100' wide (per rod)    16.50
Roads, existing, >100' wide (per rod)    22.00
Roads, new, <=33' wide (per rod)    8.50
Roads, new, >33' but <=66' wide (per rod)    17.00
Roads, new, >66' but <=100' wide (per rod)    25.50
Roads, new, >100' wide (per rod)    34.00
Power lines, Telephone Cables, Retaining walls and jetties
<=30' wide (per rod)    14.00
>30 but <=60' wide (per rod)    20.00
>60' but <=100' wide (per rod)    26.00
>100' but <=200' wide (per rod)    32.00
>200' but <=300' wide (per rod)    42.00
>300' wide (per rod)    52.00
Pipelines size of outside diameter of pipe
<=2"(per rod)    7.00
>2" but <=13" (per rod)    14.00
>13" but <=25" (per rod)    20.00
>25" but <=37" (per rod)    26.00
>37" (per rod)    52.00
Special Use Lease Agreements
SULA Lease Rate (Minimum $450) or Market Rate per R652-30-400    450.00
Grazing Permits: Annual rate per AUM (Animal Unit Month)    3.00
Market Rate
General Permits
Same as Special Use Lease Agreements (Minimum $450) or Market Rate per R652-30-400    450.00


Mineral Lease
Rental Rate: 1st ten years (per acre)    1.10
Rental Rate: renewals (per acre)    2.20
Oil, Gas and Mining
Administration
New Coal Mine Permit Application    5.00
Copy Fees
Bid Specifications    20.00
Telefax of material (per page)    .25
Photocopy - Staff Copy (per page)    .25
Photocopy - Self Copy (per page)    .10
Color Photocopy - Staff Copy (per page)    .50
Color Photocopy - Self Copy (per page)    .25
Prints from Microfilm - Staff Copy (per paper-foot)    .55
Prints from Microfilm - Self Copy (per paper-foot)    .40
Print of Microfiche - Staff Copy (per page)    .25
Print of Microfiche - Self Copy (per page)    .10
CD copy - mailed    23.00
CD copy - picked up    20.00
Well Logs - Staff Copy (per paper-foot)    .75
Well Logs - Self Copy (per paper-foot)    .50
Print of computer screen (per screen)    .50
Fees for Compiling or Photocopying Records
Actual time spent compiling or copying: Current Personnel Rate
Actual time spent on data entry or records segregation: Current Personnel Rate
Fees for Third Party Services
Copying maps or charts: Actual Cost
Copying odd sized documents: Actual Cost
Fees for Specific Reports
Monthly Notice of Intent to Drill/Well Completion Report
Picked Up    .50
Mailed    1.00
Annual Subscription    6.00
Mailed Notice of Board Hearings List (Annual)    20.00
Current Administrative Rules - Oil and Gas, Coal, Non-Coal, Abandoned Mine Lease (first copy is free):
Picked up    10.00


Mailed    13.00
Custom-tailored data reports
Diskettes/Tapes: Computer time and current personnel rate
Custom Maps
Custom Maps: Current personnel rate and cost per linear foot
Minimum Charges
Color Plot    25.00
Laser Print    5.00
Minerals Reclamation
Mineral Program
Exploration Permit    150.00
Annual Permit Fees
Small Mining Operations    150.00
Large Mining Operations (10 to 50 acres)    500.00
Large Mining Operations (over 50 acres)    1,000.00
Wildlife Resources
Director's Office
Fishing Licenses
Resident
Ages 14-64 (365 day)    26.00
Age 65 Or Older (365 day)    21.00
Disabled Veteran (365 day)    21.00
1-Day (14 or older)    8.00
7-Day (Any Age)    16.00
Youth Fishing (12-13)    5.00
Nonresident
Any Age (365 day)    70.00
1-Day (Any Age)    12.00
7-Day (Any Age)    32.00
Youth Fishing (12-13)    5.00
Two-Pole Fishing License    15.00
Set Line Fishing License    15.00
Season Fishing Licenses not Combinations Discounts up to 20%
Game Licenses
Introductory Hunting License    4.00
    Upon successful completion of Hunter Education - add to registration fee
Resident


Hunting License (up to 13)    11.00
Hunting License (14+)    26.00
Combination (12+)    30.00
Dedicated Hunter Certificate of Registration (COR)
1 yr. (12-17)    35.00
1 Yr. (18+)    60.00
3 Yr. (12-17)    105.00
3 Yr. (18+)    180.00
Lifetime License Dedicated Hunter Certificate of Registration (COR)
1 Yr. (12-17)    12.50
1 Yr. (18+)    25.00
3 Yr. (12-17)    37.50
3 Yr. (18+)    75.00
Nonresident
Hunting License (12+)    65.00
Dedicated Hunter Certificate of Registration (COR)
1 Yr. (14-17) - Includes season fishing license    263.00
1 Yr. (18+) - Includes season fishing license    344.00
3 Yr. (12-17) - Includes season fishing license    799.00
3 Yr. (18+) - Includes season fishing license    1,032.00
Small Game - 3 Day    25.00
Falconry Meet    15.00
Combination License    80.00
General Season Permits
Resident
Turkey    35.00
General Season Deer    35.00
Antlerless Deer    25.00
Two Doe Antlerless    40.00
Depredation - Antlerless    25.00
Resident Landowner Mitigation
Deer - Antlerless    25.00
Elk - Antlerless    45.00
Pronghorn - Doe    25.00
Nonresident Landowner Mitigation
Deer - Antlerless    88.00
Elk - Antlerless    213.00


Pronghorn - Doe    88.00
Nonresident
Turkey    100.00
General Season Deer    263.00
    Includes season fishing license
Depredation - Antlerless    88.00
Antlerless Deer    88.00
Two Doe Antlerless    166.00
Stamps
Wyoming Flaming Gorge    10.00
Arizona Lake Powell    8.00
Resident 1-Day Extension    8.00
Nonresident 1-Day Extension    12.00
Limited Entry Game Permits
Deer
Resident
Limited Entry    75.00
Premium Limited Entry    163.00
Co-Operative Wildlife Management Unit (CWMU)/Landowner
Buck    35.00
Limited Entry    75.00
Premium Limited Entry    163.00
Antlerless    25.00
Two Doe Antlerless    40.00
Nonresident
Limited Entry - Includes season fishing license    463.00
Premium Limited Entry - Includes season fishing license    563.00
Co-Operative Wildlife Management Unit (CWMU)/Landowner
Buck - Includes season fishing license    263.00
Limited Entry - Includes season fishing license    463.00
Premium Limited Entry - Includes season fishing license    563.00
Antlerless    88.00
Two Doe Antlerless    166.00
Elk
Resident
Archery    45.00
General Bull    45.00


Limited Entry Bull    280.00
Antlerless    45.00
Control    25.00
Depredation    45.00
Depredation - Bull Elk - With Current Year Unused Bull Permit    235.00
Depredation - Bull Elk - Without Current Year Unused Bull Permit    280.00
Co-Operative Wildlife Management Unit (CWMU)/Landowner
Any Bull    280.00
Antlerless    45.00
Premium Limited Entry Bull    508.00
Nonresident
Archery - Includes season fishing license    388.00
General Bull - Includes season fishing license    388.00
Limited Entry Bull - Includes fishing license    795.00
Antlerless    213.00
Control    88.00
Depredation - Antlerless    213.00
Co-Operative Wildlife Management Unit (CWMU)/Landowner
Any Bull - Includes fishing license    795.00
Antlerless    213.00
Premium Limited Entry Bull - Includes fishing license    1,500.00
Pronghorn
Resident
Limited Buck    50.00
Limited Doe    25.00
Limited Two Doe    40.00
Co-Operative Wildlife Management Unit (CWMU)/Landowner
Buck    50.00
Doe    25.00
Depredation Doe    25.00
Archery Buck    50.00
Nonresident
Limited Buck - Includes season fishing license    288.00
Limited Doe    88.00
Limited Two Doe    166.00
Archery Buck - Includes season fishing license    288.00
Depredation Doe    88.00


Co-Operative Wildlife Management Unit (CWMU)/Landowner
Buck - Includes season fishing license    288.00
Doe    88.00
Moose
Resident
Bull    408.00
Antlerless    208.00
Co-Operative Wildlife Management Unit (CWMU)/Landowner
Bull    408.00
Antlerless    208.00
Nonresident
Bull - Includes season fishing license    1,513.00
Antlerless    708.00
Co-Operative Wildlife Management Unit (CWMU)/Landowner
Bull - Includes season fishing license    1,513.00
Antlerless    708.00
Bison
Resident    408.00
Resident Antelope Island    1,105.00
Nonresident    1,513.00
    Includes season fishing license
Nonresident Antelope Island    2,610.00
    Includes season fishing license
Bighorn Sheep
Resident
Desert    508.00
Rocky Mountain    508.00
Nonresident
Desert - Includes season fishing license    1,513.00
Rocky Mountain - Includes season fishing license    1,513.00
Goats
Resident Rocky Mountain    408.00
Nonresident Rocky Mountain    1,513.00
    Includes season fishing license
Cougar/Bear
Resident
Cougar    58.00


Bear    83.00
Premium Bear    166.00
Bear Archery    83.00
Cougar Pursuit    30.00
Bear Pursuit    30.00
Nonresident
Cougar    258.00
Bear    308.00
Premium Bear    475.00
Cougar Pursuit    135.00
Bear Pursuit    135.00
Wolf
Resident    20.00
Nonresident    80.00
Cougar/Bear
Cougar or Bear Damage    30.00
Muskrats
Over 1000 anticipated    155.00
500-1000 anticipated    105.00
100-500 anticipated    55.00
Less than 100 anticipated    30.00
Wild Turkey
Resident Limited Entry    35.00
Nonresident Limited Entry    100.00
Waterfowl
Swan
Resident    15.00
Nonresident    15.00
Sandhill Crane
Resident    15.00
Nonresident    15.00
Sportsman Permits
Resident
Bull Moose    408.00
Hunter's Choice Bison    408.00
Desert Bighorn Ram    508.00
Bull Elk    280.00


Buck Deer    163.00
Buck Pronghorn    50.00
Bear    83.00
Cougar    58.00
Rocky Mountain Goat    408.00
Rocky Mountain Sheep    508.00
Turkey    35.00
Other Fees
Falconry Permits
Resident
Capture Apprentice Class    30.00
Capture General Class    50.00
Capture Master Class    50.00
Nonresident
Capture Apprentice Class    115.00
Capture General Class    115.00
Capture Master Class    115.00
Handling Fees (includes licenses, Certificate of Registration, and exchanges)    10.00
Drawing Application Fee    10.00
Landowner Association Application Fee / Non-refundable application fee    150.00
Resident / Nonresident Dedicated Hunter Hourly Labor Buyout Rate    20.00
Bird Bands    .25
Furbearer/Trap Registration
Resident Furbearer (Any Age)    29.00
Nonresident Furbearer (Any Age)    154.00
Resident Bobcat Temporary Possession    5.00
Nonresident Bobcat Temporary Possession    5.00
Resident Trap Registration    10.00
Nonresident Trap Registration    10.00
Duplicate Licenses, Permits and Tags
Hunter Education cards    10.00
Furharvester Education cards    10.00
Duplicate Vouchers CWMU (Co-Operative Wildlife Management Unit)/Conservation/Mitigation    25.00
Refund of Hunting Draw License Fee    25.00
Application Amendment Fee    25.00
Late Harvest Reporting Fee    50.00


Wildlife Management Area Access Fee (without a valid license)    10.00
Exchange Fee    10.00
Wood Products on Division Land
Firewood (2 Cords)    10.00
Christmas Tree    5.00
Ornamentals (Maximum 60.00 per permit)
Conifers (per tree)    5.00
Deciduous (per tree)    3.00
Posts (Maximum $50 per permit)    .40
Hunter Education Fees
Hunter Education Training    6.00
Hunter Education Home Study    6.00
Furharvester Education Training    6.00
Bowhunter Education Class    6.00
Long Distance Verification    2.00
Becoming an Outdoors Woman (Special Needs Rates Available)    150.00
Hunter Education Range Fees
Adult    5.00
Youth (15 and Under)    2.00
Group Fees (for organized groups and not for special passes): 50% Discount
Spotting Scope Rental    2.00
Trap, Skeet or Riverside Skeet (per round)    5.00
    Market price up to $10.
Five Stand - Multi-Station Birds    7.00
    Market price up to $10
Ten Punch Pass - Adult - Cache Valley Admission or Trap/Skeet Round    45.00
Ten Punch Pass - Lee Kay - Admission    45.00
Ten Punch Pass - Cache Valley/Lee Kay - Admission Only    15.00
Sportsmen Club Meetings    20.00
Reproduction of Records
Self Service (per copy)    .10
Staff Service (per copy)    .25
Geographic Information System
Personnel Time (per hour)    50.00
Processing (per hour)    55.00
Data Processing
Programming Time per hour)    75.00


Production (per hour)    55.00
License Agency
Application Fee    20.00
    Other Services to be reimbursed at actual time and materials.
Postage: Current Rate
Fee per page for lost license paper by license agents    10.00
Return check charge    20.00
Hardware Ranch Sleigh Ride
Adult    5.00
Age 4-8    3.00
Age 0-3: No Charge
Education Groups (per person)    1.00
Easement and Leases Schedule
Application Fees for Leases (Nonrefundable)
Leases    50.00
Easements
Rights-of-way    50.00
Rights-of-entry    50.00
Amendment to lease, easement, right-of-way, right-of-entry    25.00
Certified document    5.00
Research on leases or title records (per hour)    50.00
Rights-of-Way
Leases and Easements - Resulting in Long-Term Uses of Habitat:
    Fees shall be determined on a case-by-case basis by the division, using the estimated fair market value of the property, or other legislatively established fees, whichever is greater, plus the cost of administering the lease, right-of-way, or easement. Fair market value shall be determined by customary market valuation practices.
Special Use Permits (for non-depleting land uses of less than one year):
    A nonrefundable application of $50 shall be assessed for any commercial use. Fees for approved special uses will be based on the fair market value of the use, determined by customary practices which may include: an assessment of comparable values for similar properties, comparable fees for similar land uses, or fee schedules. If more than one fee determination applies, the highest fee will be selected.
Width of Easement
0' - 30' Initial    12.00


0' - 30' Renewal    8.00
31' - 60' Initial    18.00
31' - 60' Renewal    12.00
61' - 100' Initial    24.00
61' - 100' Renewal    16.00
101' - 200' Initial    30.00
101' - 200' Renewal    20.00
201' - 300' Initial    40.00
201' - 300' Renewal    28.00
>300' Initial    50.00
>300' Renewal    34.00
Outside Diameter of Pipe
<2.0" Initial    6.00
<2.0" Renewal    4.00
2.0" - 13" Initial    12.00
2.0" - 13" Renewal    8.00
13.1" - 25" Initial    18.00
13.1" - 25" Renewal    12.00
25.1" - 37" Initial    24.00
25.1" - 37" Renewal    16.00
>37" Initial    48.00
>37" Renewal    32.00
Roads, Canals (permanent loss of habitat plus high maintenance disturbance)
1' - 33' New Construction    18.00
1' - 33' Existing    12.00
33.1' - 66' New Construction    24.00
33.1' - 66' Existing    18.00
Certificates of Registration
Initial Fee - Personal Use    75.00
Initial Fee - Commercial    150.00
TYPE I
Certificate of Registration (COR) Fishing Contest, Small, Under 50 (formerly Commercial COR Fee)    20.00
Certificate of Registration (COR) Fishing Contest, Medium, 50 to 100 (formerly Commercial COR Fee)    100.00
Certificate of Registration (COR) Fishing Contest, Large, over 200 (formerly Commercial COR Fee)    250.00


Amendment    10.00
Certificate of Registration (COR) Handling Fee    10.00
Renewal    30.00
Late Fee for Failure to Renew Certificates of Registration When Due: Greater of $10 or 20% of fee.
Required Inspections    100.00
Failure to Submit Required Annual Activity Report When Due    10.00
Request for Species Reclassification    200.00
Request for Variance    200.00
Commercial Fishing and Dealing Commercially in Aquatic Wildlife
Dealer in Live/Dead Bait    75.00
Helper Cards - Live/Dead Bait    15.00
Commercial Seiner    1,000.00
Helper Cards - Commercial Seiner    100.00
Commercial Brine Shrimper    15,000.00
Helper Cards - Commercial Brine Shrimper    1,500.00
Upland Game Cooperative Wildlife Management Units
New Application    250.00
Annual Fee    150.00
Big Game Cooperative Wildlife Management Unit
New Application    250.00
Annual Fee    150.00
Falconry
Three year    45.00
Five Year    75.00
Commercial Hunting Areas
New Application    150.00
Renewal Application    150.00
Parks and Recreation
Park Operation Management
All fees for the Division of Parks and Recreation may not exceed, but may be less than, the amounts stated in the divisions fee schedule.
Repository Fees
Annual Repository Agreement Fee (per storage unit)    80.00
Curation Fee (per storage unit)    400.00
Annual Agreement Fee    50.00
Boating Fees


Boat Mooring
Day Use
Antelope Island    5.00
Bear Lake - Marina    6.00
Great Salt Lake    5.00
Jordanelle - Hailstone    6.00
Utah Lake    5.00
Willard    5.00
Overnight Boat Parking (8:00 am)
Antelope Island    7.00
Bear Lake - Marina    8.00
Great Salt Lake    7.00
Jordanelle - Hailstone    8.00
Utah Lake    7.00
Willard    7.00
Boat Camping (2:00 pm)
Antelope Island    15.00
Bear Lake - Marina    20.00
Great Salt Lake    15.00
Jordanelle - Hailstone    16.00
Scofield - Mtn. View    10.00
Utah Lake    15.00
Willard    15.00
In Season without Utilities (per foot)
Antelope Island    4.00
Bear Lake - Marina    5.00
Great Salt Lake    4.00
Jordanelle - Hailstone    5.00
Utah Lake    4.00
Willard    4.00
In Season with Utilities (per foot) - Monthly Improved Slip
Antelope Island    6.00
Bear Lake - Marina    7.00
Great Salt Lake    6.00
Jordanelle - Hailstone    7.00
Utah Lake    6.00
Willard    6.00


In Season with Utilities (per foot) - Monthly Unimproved Slip
Antelope Island    5.00
Bear Lake - Marina    6.00
Great Salt Lake    5.00
Jordanelle - Hailstone    6.00
Utah Lake    5.00
Willard    5.00
Off Season with Utilities (per foot)
Antelope Island    3.00
Bear Lake - Marina    4.00
Great Salt Lake    3.00
Jordanelle - Hailstone    4.00
Utah Lake    3.00
Off Season without Utilities (per foot)
Antelope Island    2.00
Bear Lake - Marina    3.00
Great Salt Lake    2.00
Jordanelle - Hailstone    3.00
Utah Lake    2.00
Watercraft Launch Fee    25.00
Weekly Covered Boat Storage    50.00
Off-Peak Season Covered Boat Storage    150.00
Peak Season Covered Boat Storage    200.00
Dry Storage
Overnight until 2:00 pm
Antelope Island    5.00
Bear Lake - Marina    5.00
Great Salt Lake    5.00
Jordanelle - Hailstone    5.00
Utah Lake    5.00
Boating Season
Antelope Island    75.00
Bear Lake - Marina    75.00
Great Salt Lake    75.00
Jordanelle - Hailstone    75.00
Utah Lake    75.00
Yuba    50.00


Deer Creek    50.00
Off-Season
Antelope Island    50.00
Bear Lake - Marina    50.00
Great Salt Lake    50.00
Jordanelle - Hailstone    50.00
Utah Lake    50.00
Yuba    35.00
Deer Creek    25.00
Unsecured
Antelope Island    25.00
Bear Lake - Marina    25.00
Great Salt Lake    25.00
Jordanelle - Hailstone    25.00
Utah Lake    25.00
Application Fees
Grazing Permit    20.00
Easement    250.00
Construction / Maintenance    50.00
Special Use Permit    50.00
Waiting List    50.00
Assessment and Assignment Fees
Duplicate Document    10.00
Contract Assignment    20.00
Returned Checks    30.00
Staff time per hour    50.00
Equipment per hour - Sno-Cat    100.00
Equipment per hour - Boat    50.00
Equipment per hour - ATV/Snow    50.00
Equipment per hour - Other Heavy Equip (Tractor)    100.00
Equipment per hour - Vehicle    50.00
Researcher per hour    5.00
Photo copy each - black    .30
Photo copy each - color    1.00
Fee collection    10.00
Lodging Fees
Cabins - Friday through Saturday


Palisade - Deluxe    80.00
Palisade - Basic    60.00
Cabins - Sunday through Thursday
Palisade - Deluxe    60.00
Palisade - Basic    40.00
Yurts - East Canyon
Friday through Saturday    60.00
Sunday through Thursday    60.00
Golf Course Fees GREENS FEES
Palisade
Utah State Golf Course Fees - Palisade Nine holes-General Public-Weekends and Holidays    16.00
    GOLF USER FEE (15% OF Greens Fees)
Nine holes-General Public-Weekdays, except holidays    12.00
    GOLF USER FEE (15% OF Greens Fees)
Nine holes-Junior / Senior-Weekdays, except holidays    10.00
    GOLF USER FEE (15% OF Greens Fees)
Twenty (20) round card pass-General Public    200.00
    GOLF USER FEE (15% OF Greens Fees)
Twenty (20) round card pass-Junior    135.00
    GOLF USER FEE (15% OF Greens Fees)
Promotional pass-Single person-Any day    600.00
    GOLF USER FEE (15% OF Greens Fees)
Promotional pass-Single person-Weekdays only    400.00
    GOLF USER FEE (15% OF Greens Fees)
Promotional pass-Couple    750.00
    GOLF USER FEE (15% OF Greens Fees)
Promotional pass-Family    950.00
    GOLF USER FEE (15% OF Greens Fees)
Promotional pass-Youth    150.00
Golf Course Fees RENTALS
Palisade
Motorized cart, per nine holes/per rider-Two (2) riders    12.00
Motorized cart, per nine holes/per rider-One (1) rider    6.00
Pull carts, per nine (9) holes    3.00
Companion fee (defined as a walking, non-player)    6.00
Club rental, per nine (9) holes: Standard    6.00


Club rental, per nine (9) holes: Premium    17.00
Golf Course Fees
Palisade
School teams -Tournaments, per player    4.00
Golf Course Fees RENTALS
Palisade
Driving range-Small bucket    3.00
Driving range-Large bucket    6.00
Golf Course Fees GREENS FEES
Green River
Nine holes-General Public-Weekends and holidays    12.00
    GOLF USER FEE (15% OF Greens Fees)
Nine holes-General Public-Weekdays, except holidays    12.00
    GOLF USER FEE (15% OF Greens Fees)
Nine holes-Junior / Senior-Weekdays, except holidays    10.00
    GOLF USER FEE (15% OF Greens Fees)
Twenty (20) round card pass-General Public    190.00
    GOLF USER FEE (15% OF Greens Fees)
Promotional pass-Single person-Any day    430.00
    GOLF USER FEE (15% OF Greens Fees)
Promotional pass-Single person-Personal golf cart    400.00
    GOLF USER FEE (15% OF Greens Fees)
Promotional pass-Single person-Junior / Senior weekdays    320.00
    GOLF USER FEE (15% OF Greens Fees)
Promotional pass-Couple    690.00
    GOLF USER FEE (15% OF Greens Fees)
Promotional pass-Family    860.00
    GOLF USER FEE (15% OF Greens Fees)
Promotional pass-Youth    180.00
    GOLF USER FEE (15% OF Greens Fees)
Golf Course Fees RENTALS
Green River
Motorized cart, per nine holes/per rider-Two (2) riders    11.00
Motorized cart, per nine holes/per rider-One (1) rider    6.00
Pull carts, per nine (9) holes    3.00
Companion fee (defined as a walking, non-player)    5.00
Club rental, per nine (9) holes    6.00


Golf Course Fees
Green River
School teams -Tournaments, per player    4.00
Golf Course Fees GREENS FEES
Soldier Hollow
Nine holes-General Public-Weekends and holidays    16.50
Nine holes-General Public-Weekdays, except holidays    15.50
Nine holes-Junior / Senior-Weekdays, except holidays    11.00
Twenty (20) round card pass-General Public    260.00
    GOLF USER FEE (15% OF Greens Fees)
Promotional pass-Single person-Any day    1,100.00
    GOLF USER FEE (15% OF Greens Fees)
Promotional pass-Single person-Business Class Membership (+ cart)    1,000.00
Golf Course Fees RENTALS
Soldier Hollow
Motorized cart, per nine holes/per rider-Two (2) riders    16.00
Motorized cart, per nine holes/per rider-One (1) rider    7.50
Pull carts, per nine (9) holes    3.50
Companion fee (defined as a walking, non-player)    7.00
Club rental, per nine (9) holes: Standard    7.50
Club rental, per nine (9) holes: Premium    16.00
Golf Course Fees
Soldier Hollow
School teams-Tournaments, per player    6.00
Golf Course Fees RENTALS
Soldier Hollow
Driving range    6.00
Driving range-Small bucket    4.50
Driving range-Large bucket    6.00
Golf Course Fees
Soldier Hollow
Tournament Fee (Per Player)    6.00
Gift Certificate Fee (Per Player)    6.00
Golf Course Fees GREENS FEES
Wasatch
Nine holes-General Public-Weekends and holidays    18.00
    GOLF USER FEE (15% OF Greens Fees)


Nine holes-General Public-Weekdays, except holidays    16.50
    GOLF USER FEE (15% OF Greens Fees)
Nine holes-Junior / Senior-Weekdays, except holidays    14.00
    GOLF USER FEE (15% OF Greens Fees)
Twenty (20) round card pass-General Public    260.00
    GOLF USER FEE (15% OF Greens Fees)
Promotional pass-Single person-Any day    1,100.00
    GOLF USER FEE (15% OF Greens Fees)
Golf Course Fees RENTALS
Wasatch
Motorized cart, per nine holes/per rider-Two (2) riders    16.00
Motorized cart, per nine holes/per rider-One (1) rider    7.50
Pull carts, per nine (9) holes    3.50
Companion fee (defined as a walking, non-player)    7.00
Club rental, per nine (9) holes    7.50
Golf Course Fees
Wasatch
School teams -Tournaments, per player    6.00
Golf Course Fees RENTALS
Wasatch
Driving range    5.00
Driving range-Small bucket    4.50
Driving range-Large bucket    9.00
Golf Course Fees
Wasatch
Tournament Fee (Per Player)    6.00
Gift Certificate Fee (Per Player)    6.00
Group Camping Fees RESERVATION FEE
Group Reservation Fee - All Parks unless otherwise indicated    10.65
Group Camping Fees
Antelope Island White Rocks Bay (All Other Group Sites) - Person    3.00
Antelope Island White Rocks Bay (All Other Group Sites) - Vehicle    2.00
Antelope Island White Rocks Bay (Large Group Site) - Person    3.00
Antelope Island White Rocks Bay (Large Group Site) - Vehicle    2.00
Bear Lake Big Creek Group Area    75.00
Bear Lake South Eden South Pavilion (East Side)    75.00
Bear Lake South Eden North Pavilion (East Side)    75.00


Bear Lake Willow Creek Group Area Sites 1, 2, 3    100.00
Coral Pink Group Area    3.00
Dead Horse Point Group Area    3.00
Deer Creek Walsburg Bay Group    400.00
East Canyon Large Spring (Changed from per person to flat rate)    50.00
East Canyon Mormon Flats (Changed from per person to flat rate)    75.00
East Canyon (New - Rivers Edge)    200.00
Escalante Group Area (Changed from per person to flat rate)    50.00
Escalante Lake View Group Area    65.00
Fremont Indian Sam Stowe Group Area    3.00
Goblin Valley Group Area    3.00
Green River Group Area 1    3.00
Green River Group Area 2    3.00
Hyrum Lake Group Area    200.00
Jordanelle Rock Cliff Overnight Group Site (South, North)    250.00
Kodachrome Arches Group Area    65.00
Kodachrome Oasis Group Area    65.00
Otter Creek Group Site - Overnight    3.00
Palisade Arapien Group Area    3.00
Palisade Sanpitch Group Area    3.00
Palisade Wakara Group Area    3.50
Rockport Hawthorne    150.00
Rockport Old Church Campground    150.00
Rockport Riverside    150.00
Scofield Mountain View Group Area    3.00
Snow Canyon Cotton Tail Group Area    3.00
Snow Canyon Quail Group Area (Changed from per person to flat rate).    100.00
Starvation Group Area    3.00
Steinaker Eagle Ridge Group Area    3.00
Wasatch Soldier Hollow Mountain Chalet    250.00
Willard Bay Pelican Beach Group Area    350.00
Yuba Lake Oasis Group Area    100.00
Yuba Lake Painted Rocks Group Area    100.00
Camping Extra Vehicle Fees
Full Hookups    13.00
Electrical/Flush/Shower    10.00
Flush/Shower or Electrical    8.00


Flush/ No Shower etc.    7.00
Vault/No Shower etc.    10.00
Sand Hollow West Site Loop Full Hookup    15.00
Quail Creek Flush/No Shower    12.00
Goblin Valley Flush/Shower or Electrical    10.00
Camping Fees RESERVATION FEE
Reservation Fee    8.50
Camping Fees
Full Hookups    25.00
Electrical/Flush/Shower    20.00
Flush/Shower or Electrical    16.00
Flush/No Shower etc.    13.00
Vault/No Shower etc.    10.00
Sand Hollow Westside Loop Full Hookups    28.00
Sand Hollow Sandpit Loop Electrical/Flush/Shower    25.00
Sand Hollow Sandpit Loop Flush/Shower    18.00
Sand Hollow Sandpit Primitive Area - Vault    15.00
Quail Creek Flush/No Shower    15.00
Gunlock Vault/No Shower    13.00
Group Site Day-Use Fees RESERVATION FEE
Reservation Fee (unless otherwise indicated)    10.65
Group Site Day-Use Fees
Bear Lake - Eastside (South Eden)    75.00
Bear Lake - Marina    75.00
Camp Floyd Day Use Pavilion (Does Not Include Museum Entrance)    50.00
Camp Floyd Day Use School House (Does Not Include Museum Entrance)    50.00
Deer Creek Island Beach Day Use Pavilion    100.00
Deer Creek Peterson Day Use Pavilion    100.00
Deer Creek Rainbow Bay Day Use Pavilion    200.00
Deer Creek Sailboat Beach Day Use Pavilion    100.00
East Canyon Bauchman Day Use Pavilion    100.00
East Canyon Pratt Day Use Pavilion    175.00
Fremont (Sam Stowe Group Day Use)    70.00
Great Salt Lake Pavilion    50.00
Green River Group Area 1    2.00
Green River Group Area 2    2.00
Huntington Day Use Area    2.00


Jordanelle Group Day Use Pavilions - Keetley    175.00
Jordanelle Group Day Use Pavilions - Beach    175.00
Jordanelle Group Day Use Pavilions - Cove    175.00
Jordanelle Rock Cliff Day Use Pavilions    175.00
Jordanelle Hailstone Cabanas - Day Use    20.00
Group Site Day-Use Fees RESERVATION FEE
Jordanelle Hailstone Cabanas - Reservation Fee    8.00
Group Site Day-Use Fees
Millsite East Shelter Day Use Pavilion    2.00
Otter Creek Group Site - Day Use    100.00
Group Site Day-Use Fees RESERVATION FEE
Otter Creek Group Site - Reservation Fee    10.00
Group Site Day-Use Fees
Palisade Pioneer Day Use Pavilion    2.00
Rockport Day Use Pavilions (Lariat, Crandalls, Highland)    100.00
Rockport Old Church Building    250.00
Scofield Lake Side Day Use Pavilion    2.00
Snow Canyon Galoot Day Use Pavilion (Changed from per person to flat rate).    100.00
Starvation Mountain View Group Area (Changed from flat rate to per person).    3.00
Steinaker Day Use Area    150.00
Wasatch Cottonwood Day Use Pavilion    175.00
Wasatch Mountain Chalet    250.00
Wasatch Oak Day Use Pavilion    175.00
Wasatch Soldier Hollow Day Use Pavilion    175.00
Willard Bay Eagle Beach Day Use Area    200.00
Territorial State House Pod (Hourly Rate)    20.00
Territorial State House Legislative Hall (Hourly Rate)    30.00
Utah Lake Group Use Area    2.00
Entrance Fees
Bicycles & Pedestrians
Senior Family (8 persons)
Anasazi    10.00
Camp Floyd/Stage Coach Inn    3.00
Edge Of The Cedars    20.00
Frontier Homestead (Iron Mission)    3.00
Senior Citizens
Annual Day Use Pass Senior     35.00


Anasazi    3.00
Antelope Island - Causeway    .50
Antelope Island - Entrance    2.00
Antelope Island - Wildlife Management    .50
Bear Lake - East Side    2.00
Bear Lake - Marina    2.00
Bear Lake - Rendezvous Beach    2.00
Camp Floyd/Stage Coach Inn    1.00
Coral Pink    2.00
Dead Horse Point    1.00
Deer Creek    3.00
East Canyon    2.00
Edge Of The Cedars    3.00
Escalante    2.00
Fremont Indian    1.50
Goblin Valley    2.00
Green River State Park    2.00
Gunlock    2.00
Gunnison Bend    2.00
Huntington    2.00
Hyrum    2.00
Frontier Homestead (Iron Mission)    1.50
Jordanelle - Hailstone    3.00
Jordanelle - Rock Cliff    2.00
Kodachrome Basin    2.00
Millsite    2.00
Otter Creek    2.00
Palisade State Park    2.00
Piute Reservoir    2.00
Quail Creek    2.00
Red Fleet    2.00
Rockport    2.00
Sand Hollow    2.00
Scofield    2.00
Snow Canyon    2.00
Starvation    2.00
Steinaker    2.00


Territorial    1.00
Utah Field House    3.00
Utah Lake    3.00
Wasatch Mountain SP    2.00
Willard Bay    3.00
Yuba State Park    2.00
General Family (8 persons)
Anasazi    10.00
Camp Floyd/Stage Coach Inn    6.00
Edge Of The Cedars    20.00
Snow Canyon    4.00
Entrance Fees MUSEUM
Bicycles & Pedestrians
Child
Anasazi    5.00
Camp Floyd/Stage Coach Inn    2.00
Edge Of The Cedars    3.00
Fremont Indian    3.00
Frontier Homestead (Iron Mission)    3.00
Territorial    2.00
Utah Field House    3.00
Adults
Anasazi    5.00
Entrance Fees
Bicycles & Pedestrians
Adults
Antelope Island - Causeway    .50
Antelope Island - Entrance    2.00
Antelope Island - Wildlife Management    .50
Bear Lake - East Side    3.00
Bear Lake - Marina    4.00
Bear Lake - Rendezvous Beach    4.00
Entrance Fees MUSEUM
Bicycles & Pedestrians
Adults
Camp Floyd/Stage Coach Inn    2.00
Entrance Fees


Bicycles & Pedestrians
Adults
Coral Pink    3.00
Dead Horse Point    2.00
Deer Creek    5.00
East Canyon    4.00
Entrance Fees MUSEUM
Bicycles & Pedestrians
Adults
Edge Of The Cedars    5.00
Entrance Fees
Bicycles & Pedestrians
Adults
Escalante    3.00
Entrance Fees MUSEUM
Bicycles & Pedestrians
Adults
Fremont Indian    3.00
Entrance Fees
Bicycles & Pedestrians
Adults
Goblin Valley    3.00
Green River State Park    3.00
Gunlock    3.00
Gunnison Bend    3.00
Huntington    3.00
Hyrum    3.00
Entrance Fees MUSEUM
Bicycles & Pedestrians
Adults
Frontier Homestead (Iron Mission)    3.00
Entrance Fees
Bicycles & Pedestrians
Adults
Jordanelle - Hailstone    5.00
Jordanelle - Rock Cliff    4.00
Kodachrome Basin    3.00


Millsite    3.00
Otter Creek    3.00
Palisade State Park    3.00
Piute Reservoir    3.00
Quail Creek    4.00
Red Fleet    3.00
Rockport    4.00
Sand Hollow    4.00
Scofield    3.00
Snow Canyon    3.00
Starvation    3.00
Steinaker    3.00
Entrance Fees MUSEUM
Bicycles & Pedestrians
Adults
Territorial    2.00
Utah Field House    6.00
Entrance Fees
Bicycles & Pedestrians
Adults
Utah Lake    5.00
Wasatch Mountain SP    3.00
Willard Bay    5.00
Yuba State Park    4.00
Pedestrian/Cyclist Annual Pass    24.00
Annual Day Use Pass    75.00
Motor Vehicles
Senior Citizens
Commercial Groups - Per Person    2.00
Commercial Groups - Per Person - Edge of Cedars    3.00
Antelope Island - Causeway    2.00
Antelope Island - Entrance    3.00
Antelope Island - Wildlife Management    1.00
Bear Lake - East Side    3.00
Bear Lake - Marina    4.00
Bear Lake - Rendezvous Beach    4.00
Coral Pink    3.00


Dead Horse Point    5.00
Deer Creek    5.00
East Canyon    5.00
Escalante    3.00
Goblin Valley    4.00
Scofield    4.00
Great Salt Lake Marina    1.00
Green River State Park    3.00
Gunlock    3.00
Gunnison Bend    3.00
Huntington    3.00
Hyrum    3.00
Jordanelle - Hailstone    5.00
Jordanelle - Rock Cliff    4.00
Kodachrome Basin    3.00
Millsite    3.00
Otter Creek    3.00
Palisade State Park    3.00
Piute Reservoir    3.00
Quail Creek    4.00
Red Fleet    4.00
Rockport    5.00
Sand Hollow    5.00
Snow Canyon    3.00
Starvation    4.00
Steinaker    4.00
Utah Lake    5.00
Wasatch Mountain SP    3.00
Willard Bay    5.00
Yuba State Park    4.00
General Public
Senior Park Pass (62+ Years)    35.00
Commercial Dealer Demo Pass    200.00
Commercial Groups - Per Person    2.00
Commercial Groups - Per Person - Edge of Cedars    3.00
Commuter Annual Pass - Snow Canyon    10.00
Parking Fee - Monte Cristo    5.00


Antelope Island - Causeway    2.00
Antelope Island - Entrance    6.00
Antelope Island - Wildlife Management    1.00
Bear Lake - East Side    5.00
Bear Lake - Marina    8.00
Bear Lake - Rendezvous Beach    8.00
Coral Pink    6.00
Dead Horse Point    10.00
Deer Creek    10.00
East Canyon    9.00
Escalante    6.00
Fremont Indian    6.00
Goblin Valley    7.00
Great Salt Lake Marina    2.00
Great Salt Lake Marina - Commercial Group - Per Bus    15.00
Green River State Park    5.00
Gunlock    7.00
Gunnison Bend    5.00
Huntington    5.00
Hyrum    6.00
Jordan River OHV (Off-Highway Vehicle) Center (per rider)    15.00
Jordanelle - Hailstone    10.00
Jordanelle - Rock Cliff    7.00
Kodachrome Basin    6.00
Millsite    5.00
Otter Creek    5.00
Palisade State Park    6.00
Piute Reservoir    5.00
Quail Creek    10.00
Red Fleet    7.00
Rockport    9.00
Sand Hollow    10.00
Scofield    7.00
Snow Canyon    6.00
Starvation    7.00
Steinaker    7.00
Utah Lake    9.00


Wasatch Mountain SP    5.00
Willard Bay    10.00
Yuba State Park    7.00
Utah Geological Survey
Administration
Editorial
Color Plots
Set-Up Fee    3.00
Per Square Foot    3.00
Special Paper, Per Square Foot    4.50
Color Scanning, Per Scan    9.00
Bluelines, Per Square Foot    .25
File Conversion
Per Hour    36.00
Minimum Fee    5.00
Clear/Matte Mylars from Negatives
Set-Up Fee    20.00
Per Square Foot    6.00
Clear/Matte Mylars from Negatives (Division Makes Negatives)
Set-Up Fee    20.00
Per Square Foot    11.00
Negatives
Set-Up Fee    20.00
Per Square Foot    9.00
Professional Services, Per Hour    36.00
Sample Library
On-Site Examination
Cuttings, Per Box    5.00
Core, Per Box    5.00
Coal, Per Box    5.00
Oil/Water (Brine), Per Bottle    5.00
Core Layout Table, Per Table    15.00
Binocular/Petrographic Microscopes per day    15.00
Saturday/Sunday/Holiday Surcharge: 60 percent
Off-Site Examination
Cuttings, Per Box (Plus Shipping)    6.00
Core, Per Box (Plus Shipping)    6.00


Coal, Per Box (Plus Shipping)    6.00
Oil/Water (Brine), Per Bottle (Plus Shipping & Packaging)    10.00
Hazardous Materials
Packing    12.00
Shipping (Approx.)    6.00
Core Plug, Per Plug    10.00
Core Slabbing
1.8" Diameter or Smaller, Per Foot    8.00
1.8"-3.5" Diameter, Per Foot    10.00
Larger Diameter: Negotiated
Core Photographing
Box/Closeup, Per Print (8x10 color)    20.00
Slides, Per Slide    10.00
Coal Petrography, Per Hour    36.00
Copying of Data, Per Page    .10
Searches and Research, Per Hour    36.00
General Building and Lab Use
Per Day    100.00
Per Week    500.00
Per Month    900.00
Applied
School Site Reviews
Review Geologic Hazards Report for New School Sites
Review (plus travel)    500.00
Per Hour    40.00
Preliminary Screening of a Proposed School Site
One School (plus travel)    550.00
Multiple in same city (plus travel)    750.00
Per Hour    40.00
Paleontology
File Search Requests
Minimum Charge (up to 15 minutes)    30.00
Hourly Rate (>15 minutes)    60.00
Miscellaneous
Copies, Self-Serve, Per Copy    .10
Copies, Staff, Per Copy    .25
Large Format Copies, Per Copy    4.00


Research Fee, Per Hour    36.00
Utah Geological Survey (UGS) Database Searches
Per Hour    36.00
Minimum Fee    5.00
Media Charges
Compact Disk (650 MB), Per CD    3.00
Zip Disk
100 MB, Per Disk    15.00
250 MB, Per Disk    25.00
Floppy Disk (1.44 MB), Per Disk    2.00
Paper Printout, Per Page    .10
Custom Map Plots, Minimum Fee    15.00
Bookstore, Per Plot    5.00
Water Resources
Administration
Color Plots
Existing    2.00
    (per linear foot)
Custom Orders
    (current staff rate)
Plans and Specifications
Small Set    10.00
Average Size Set    25.00
Large Set    35.00
Cloud Seeding License
Copies, Staff, Per Hour
     (current staff rate)
Water Rights
Administration
Applications
For any application that proposes to appropriate by both direct flow and storage, there shall be charged the fee for quantity, by cubic feet per second (cfs), or volume, by acre-feet (af), whichever is greater, but not both.
Quantity of water more than 0 cfs, not exceeding 0.1 cfs, or, volume more than 0 af, not exceeding 20 af    150.00
Quantity of water more than 0.1 cfs, not exceeding 0.5 cfs, or, volume more than 20 af, not exceeding 100 af    200.00


Quantity of water more than 0.5 cfs, not exceeding 1.0 cfs, or, volume more than 100 af, not exceeding 500 af    250.00
Quantity of water more than 1.0 cfs, not exceeding 2.0 cfs, or, volume more than 500 af, not exceeding 1,000 af    300.00
Quantity of water more than 2.0 cfs, not exceeding 3.0 cfs, or, volume more than 1,000 af, not exceeding 1,500 af    350.00
Quantity of water more than 3.0 cfs, not exceeding 4.0 cfs, or, volume more than 1,500 af, not exceeding 2,000 af    400.00
Quantity of water more than 4.0 cfs, not exceeding 5.0 cfs, or, volume more than 2,000 af, not exceeding 2,500 af    430.00
Quantity of water more than 5.0 cfs, not exceeding 6.0 cfs, or, volume more than 2,500 af, not exceeding 3,000 af    460.00
Quantity of water more than 6.0 cfs, not exceeding 7.0 cfs, or, volume more than 3,000 af, not exceeding 3,500 af    490.00
Quantity of water more than 7.0 cfs, not exceeding 8.0 cfs, or, volume more than 3,500 af, not exceeding 4,000 af    520.00
Quantity of water more than 8.0 cfs, not exceeding 9.0 cfs, or, volume more than 4,000 af, not exceeding 4,500 af    550.00
Quantity of water more than 9.0 cfs, not exceeding 10.0 cfs, or, volume more than 4,500 af, not exceeding 5,000 af    580.00
Quantity of water more than 10.0 cfs, not exceeding 11.0 cfs, or, volume more than 5,000 af, not exceeding 5,500 af    610.00
Quantity of water more than 11.0 cfs, not exceeding 12.0 cfs, or, volume more than 5,500 af, not exceeding 6,000 af    640.00
Quantity of water more than 12.0 cfs, not exceeding 13.0 cfs, or, volume more than 6,000 af, not exceeding 6,500 af    670.00
Quantity of water more than 13.0 cfs, not exceeding 14.0 cfs, or, volume more than 6,500 af, not exceeding 7,000 af    700.00
Quantity of water more than 14.0 cfs, not exceeding 15.0 cfs, or, volume more than 7,000 af, not exceeding 7,500 af    730.00
Quantity of water more than 15.0 cfs, not exceeding 16.0 cfs, or, volume more than 7,500 af, not exceeding 8,000 af    760.00
Quantity of water more than 16.0 cfs, not exceeding 17.0 cfs, or, volume more than 8,000 af, not exceeding 8,500 af    790.00
Quantity of water more than 17.0 cfs, not exceeding 18.0 cfs, or, volume more than 8,500 af, not exceeding 9,000 af    820.00
Quantity of water more than 18.0 cfs, not exceeding 19.0 cfs, or, volume more than 9,000 af,

not exceeding 9,500 af    850.00
Quantity of water more than 19.0 cfs, not exceeding 20.0 cfs, or, volume more than 9,500 af, not exceeding 10,000 af    880.00
Quantity of water more than 20.0 cfs, not exceeding 21.0 cfs, or, volume more than 10,000 af, not exceeding 10,500 af    910.00
Quantity of water more than 21.0 cfs, not exceeding 22.0 cfs, or, volume more than 10,500 af, not exceeding 11,000 af    940.00
Quantity of water more than 22.0 cfs, not exceeding 23.0 cfs, or, volume more than 11,000 af, not exceeding 11,5000 af    970.00
Quantity of water more than 23.0 cfs, or, volume more than 11,500 af    1,000.00
Well Driller Fee - For a Well Driller Permit
Initial    350.00
Renewal (annual)    100.00
Late renewal (annual)    50.00
Applications
For filing a request for an extension of time in which to submit proof of appropriation less than 14 years after the date of approval of the application    50.00
For filing a request for an extension of time in which to submit proof of appropriation 14 years or more after the date of approval of the application    150.00
For filing a request for extension of fixed time periods    150.00
For each certification of copies    10.00
A reasonable charge for preparing copies of any and all documents:
Application to segregate a water right    50.00
Application to inject water Groundwater Recharge Permit    2,500.00
Notification for the use of sewage effluent or to change the point of discharge    750.00
Diligence claim investigation fee    500.00
Report of Water Right Conveyance    40.00
Well Driller Fee - Drill Rig Operator Registration
Initial    100.00
Renewal (annual)    50.00
Late Renewal (annual)    50.00
Well Driller Fee - Pump Installer License
Initial    200.00
Renewal (annual)    75.00
Late renewal (annual)    50.00
Well Driller Fee - Pump Rig Operator Registration
Initial    75.00


Renewal (annual)    25.00
Late renewal (annual)    25.00
Applications
Protest Filings    15.00
Livestock Watering Certificate    150.00
Stream Alteration
Commercial    2,000.00
Government    500.00
Non-Commercial    100.00
Department of Environmental Quality
Executive Director's Office
    In accordance with Section 63J-1-504, the following fees are approved for the Department of Environmental Quality for fiscal year 2013.
All Divisions
Request for copies over 10 pages, per page    .25
Copies made by the requestor for all pages, per page    .05
Compiling, tailoring, searching, etc., a record in another format (at rate of lowest paid staff employee who has the necessary skill/training to perform the request, after the 1st quarter hr): Actual Cost
Special computer data requests, per hour    90.00
Computer Disks/CDs, each    10.00
Digital Video Disks, each    8.00
    Contract services to be charged in order to efficiently utilize dept resources, protect dept permitting processes, address extraordinary or unanticipated requests on the permitting processes, or make use of specialized expertise. In providing these services, the dept may not provide service in a manner that impairs any other person's service from the dept. Actual costs including approved indirect cost rate or negotiated contract.
Air Quality
Compact disk with rules, State Implementation Plan, and Air Conservation Act    20.00
Rules, paper copy    10.00
State Implementation Plan, paper copy    40.00
Utah Air Conservation Act, paper copy    5.00
Instructions and Guidelines for Notice of Intent, Modeling, Asbestos, Lead
Printed Copy, Computer discs/CDs each    10.00
Emission Inventory Report
Printed    10.00


Emission Inventory Workshop (attendance)    15.00
Air Emissions Fees, per ton    53.74
Major and Minor Source Compliance Inspection: Actual Cost
Annual Aggregate Compliance - tons of emissions per year (tpy):
20 or less tpy    180.00
21-79 tpy    360.00
80-99 tpy    900.00
100 or more tpy    1,260.00
Certification for Vapor Tightness Tester
Asbestos and Lead-Based Paint (LBP) Abatement
Course Review Fee, actual cost per hour    90.00
Asbestos Company/Lead-Based Paint Firm/Renovation Firm, Certification per year    250.00
Asbestos individual (employee) certification    125.00
Asbestos indv. (employee) cert. surcharge, non-Utah certified training provider    30.00
LBP abatement worker certification (per year)    100.00
LBP Inspector, Dust Sampling Technician, Certification (per year)    125.00
LBP Renovator, Risk Assessor, Supervisor, Project Designer Certification (per year)    200.00
Lost certification card replacement    30.00
Annual asbestos notification    500.00
Asbestos/LBP Abatement Project notification Base Fee    150.00
Asbestos/LBP Abatement Project notification Base Fee for Owner-occupied residential structures    50.00
Abatement unit fee/100 units    7.00
    (square feet/linear feet/cubic feet) (times 3)(up to 10,000 units)
(School building AHERA abatement unit fees will be waived)
Abatement unit fee/100 units    3.50
    (square feet/linear feet/cubic feet) (times 3)(10,000 or more units)
(School building AHERA abatement unit fees will be waived)
Demolition Notification Base Fee    75.00
Demolition unit fee per 5,000 square feet above 5,000 square feet    50.00
Alternative Work Practice Review
<10 day training provider/private residence non-NESHAP requests    100.00
All other requests    250.00
Permit Category
Filing Fees:
Name Changes    100.00
Small Sources and Soil Remediation    250.00


New Sources, Minor & Major Modifications to Existing Sources    500.00
Any Unpermitted Sources at an Existing Facility    1,500.00
New Major PSD Sources (Monitoring Plan Review and site Visit)    5,000.00
New major source or major modifications to major source in nonattainment area, up to 450 hours    40,500.00
New Major source or major modifications to major source in attainment area, up to 300 hours     27,000.00
New minor source or minor modifications to minor source, up to 20 hours    1,800.00
Generic permit for minor source or minor modifications of minor sources, up to 8 hours (Sources for which engineering review/Bact standardized)    720.00
Temporary Relocations    630.00
Minor sources (new or modified) with <3 tpy uncontrolled emissions, up to 5 hrs    450.00
Permitting cost for additional hours    90.00
Technical review of and assistance given for appeals, sales/use tax exemptions, soils exemptions, soils remediations, experimental approvals, impact analyses, etc., per hour    90.00
Air Quality Traning Actual Cost
Clean Fuel Vehicle Fund - Loan or Grant Application Fee
Vehicle loans    140.00
Infrastructure loans    350.00
Grants    280.00
Radiation Control
Utah Radiation Control Rules, complete set    20.00
Utah Radiation Control Rules, partial set, Machine-Generated Radiation    15.00
Utah Radiation Control Rules, partial set, Radioactive Materials    15.00
List of all radioactive material licensees    10.00
List of all x-ray machine registrants    10.00
Machine-Generated Radiation
Hospital/Therapy
Annual Registration Fee    35.00
    per control unit and first tube, plus annual fee for each additional tube connected to the control unit
Division Conducted Inspection, per tube    105.00
Medical
Annual Registration Fee    35.00
    per control unit and first tube plus annual fee for each additional tube connected to the control unit
Division Conducted Inspection, per tube    105.00


Chiropractic
Annual Registration Fee    35.00
    per control unit and first tube, plus annual fee for each additional tube connected to the control unit
Division Conducted Inspection, per tube    105.00
Podiatry/Veterinary
Annual Registration Fee    35.00
    per control unit and first tube plus annual fee for each additional tube connected to the control unit
Division Conducted Inspection, per tube    75.00
Dental
Annual Registration Fee,    35.00
    per control unit and first tube, plus annual fee for each additional tube connected to the control unit
Division Conducted Inspection, per tube
First tube on a single control unit    45.00
Additional tubes on a control unit, per tube    12.50
Industrial Facility with High and/or Very High Radiation Areas Accessible to Individuals
Annual Registration Fee    35.00
    per control unit and first tube plus annual fee for each additional tube connected to the control unit
Machine Generated Radiation
Industrial Facility with High and/or Very High Radiation Areas Accessible to Individuals
Division Conducted Inspection, per tube    105.00
Industrial Facility with Cabinet X-Ray Units or Units Designed for other Purposes
Annual Registration Fee    35.00
    per control unit and first tube, plus annual fee for each additional tube connected to the control unit
Division Conducted Inspection per tube    75.00
Other
Annual Registration Fee    35.00
    per control unit and first tube plus annual fee for each additional tube connected to the control unit
Division Conducted Annual or Biannual Inspection, per tube    105.00
Division Conducted Inspection, once every five years, per tube    75.00
Inspection reports submitted by independent qualified experts    15.00
    or registrants using qualified experts, per tube


Radioactive Material
Special Nuclear Material
Possession and use of special nuclear material in sealed sources contained in devices used in industrial measuring systems, including x-ray fluorescence analyzers and neutron generators
New License/Renewal    440.00
Annual Fee    740.00
Possession and use of less than 15 grams special nuclear material in unsealed form for research and development
New License/Renewal    730.00
Annual Fee    740.00
Special nuclear material to be used as calibration and reference sources
New License/Renewal    180.00
Annual Fee    240.00
All other special nuclear material licenses
New License/Renewal    1,150.00
Annual Fee    1,600.00
Source Material
Licenses for concentrations of uranium from other areas (i.e. copper, phosphates, etc.) for the production of uranium yellow cake (moist, solid)
New License/Renewal    5,510.00
Annual Fee    4,220.00
Regulation of source and byproduct material at uranium mills or commercial waste facilities
(1) Uranium mills or commercial sites disposing of or reprocessing byproduct material, per month    8,333.00
(2) Uranium mills the Executive Secretary    5,833.00
    has determined are on standby status, per month
Licenses for possession and use of source material for shielding
New License/Renewal    230.00
Annual Fee    320.00
All other source material licenses
New License/Renewal    1,000.00
Annual Fee    1,120.00
Radioactive Material other than Source Material and Special Nuclear Material Licenses of broad scope for possession and use of radioactive material for processing or manufacturing of items containing radioactive material for commercial distribution
New License/Renewal    2,320.00


Annual Fee    2,960.00
Other licenses for possession and use of radioactive material for processing or manufacturing of items containing radioactive material for commercial distribution
New License/Renewal    1,670.00
Annual Fee    2,040.00
Licenses authorizing the processing or manufacturing and distribution or redistribution of radiopharmaceuticals, generators, reagent kits, or sources or devices containing radioactive material
New License/Renewal    2,320.00
Annual Fee    2,960.00
Licenses authorizing distribution or redistribution of radiopharmaceuticals, generators, reagent kits, or sources or devices not involving processing of radioactive material
New License/Renewal    860.00
Annual Fee    1,000.00
Licenses for possession and use of radioactive material for industrial radiography operations.
New License/Renewal    1,670.00
Annual Fee    2,560.00
Licenses for possession and use of radioactive material in sealed sources for irradiation of materials in which the source is not removed from its shield (self-shielded units)
New License/Renewal    700.00
Annual Fee    940.00
Licenses for possession and use of less than 10,000 curies of radioactive material in sealed sources for irradiation of materials in which the source is exposed for irradiation purposes
New License/Renewal    1,670.00
Annual Fee    1,740.00
Licenses for possession and use of 10,000 curies or more of radioactive material in sealed sources for irradiation of materials in which the source is exposed for irradiation purposes
New License/Renewal    3,340.00
Annual Fee    3,480.00
Licenses to distribute items containing radioactive material that require device review to persons exempt from the licensing requirements of R313-19, except specific licenses authorizing redistribution of items that have been authorized for distribution
to persons exempt from the licensing requirements of R313-19
New License/Renewal    700.00
Annual Fee    580.00
Licenses to distribute items containing radioactive material or quantities of radioactive material that do not require device evaluation to persons exempt from the licensing requirements of

R313-19, except for specific licenses authorizing redistribution
of items that have been authorized for distribution to persons exempt from the licensing requirements of R313-19
New License/Renewal    700.00
Annual Fee    580.00
Licenses to distribute items containing radioactive material that require sealed source and/or device review to persons generally licensed under R313-21, except specific licenses authorizing redistribution of items that have been authorized
for distribution to persons generally licensed under R313-21
New License/Renewal    700.00
Annual Fee    580.00
Licenses to distribute items containing radioactive material or quantities of radioactive material that do not require sealed source and/or device review to persons generally licensed under R313-21, except specific licenses authorizing redistribution of
items that have been authorized for distribution to persons generally licensed under R313-21
New License/Renewal    700.00
Annual Fee    580.00
Licenses of broad scope for possession and use of radioactive material for research and development which do not authorize commercial distribution
New License/Renewal    2,320.00
Annual Fee    2,960.00
Licenses for possession and use of radioactive material for research and development, which do not authorize commercial distribution
New License/Renewal    700.00
Annual Fee    940.00
All other specific radioactive material licenses
New License/Renewal    440.00
Annual Fee    520.00
Licenses that authorize services for other licensees, except licenses that authorize leak testing or waste disposal services which are subject to the fees specified for the listed services
New License/Renewal    320.00
Annual Fee    420.00
Licenses that authorize services for leak testing only
New License/Renewal    150.00
Annual Fee    160.00
Radioactive Waste Disposal
Licenses specifically authorizing the receipt of waste radioactive material from other persons

for the purpose of commercial disposal by land by the licensee
Annual Fee    2,061,150.00
New Application
(a) Siting application: Actual costs up to    250,000.00
(b) License application: Actual costs up to    1,000,000.00
Renewal: Actual cost up to    1,000,000.00
Pre-licensing and operations review and consultation on commercial low-level radioactive waste facilities, per hour    90.00
Review of commercial low-level radioactive waste disposal and uranium recovery special projects. Applicable when the licensee and the Division agree that a review be conducted by a contractor in support of the efforts of Division staff:
Actual cost
Review of topical reports submitted by a licensee or manufacturer to certify waste casks for transportation or disposal, per hour    90.00
Generator Site Access Permits
Non-Broker Generators transferring radioactive waste, per year    2,500.00
Brokers, (waste collectors or processors), per year    7,500.00
Review of licensing or permit actions, amendments, environmental monitoring reports, and miscellaneous reports for uranium recovery facilities, per hour    90.00
Licenses specifically authorizing the receipt of waste radioactive material from other persons for the purpose of packaging or repackaging the material. The licensee will dispose of the material by transfer to another person authorized to receive
or dispose of the material.
New License/Renewal    3,190.00
Annual Fee    2,760.00
Licenses specifically authorizing the receipt of prepackaged waste radioactive material from other persons. The licensee will dispose of the material by transfer to another person authorized to receive or dispose of the material
New License/Renewal    700.00
Annual Fee    1,100.00
Licenses authorizing packing of radioactive waste for shipment to waste disposal site where licensee does not take possession of waste material
New License/Renewal    440.00
Annual Fee    520.00
Well Logging, Well Surveys, and Tracer Studies Licenses for possession and use of radioactive material for well logging, well surveys, and tracer studies other than field flooding tracer studies
New License/Renewal    1,670.00


Annual Fee    2,100.00
Licenses for possession and use of radioactive material for field flooding tracer studies
New License/Renewal Actual Cost
Annual Fee    4,000.00
Nuclear Laundries
Licenses for commercial collection and laundry of items contaminated with radioactive material
New License/Renewal    1,670.00
Annual Fee    2,380.00
Human Use of Radioactive Material. Licenses for human use of radioactive material in sealed sources contained in gamma stereotactic radiosurgery or teletherapy devices
New License/Renewal    1,090.00
Annual Fee    1,280.00
Licenses of broad scope issued to medical institutions or two or more physicians authorizing research and development, including human use of radioactive material, except licenses for radioactive material in sealed sources contained in gamma
stereotactic radiosurgery or teletherapy devices
New License/Renewal    2,320.00
Annual Fee    2,960.00
Other licenses issued for human use of radioactive material, except licenses for use of radioactive material contained in gamma stereostactic radiosurgery or teletherapy devices
New License/Renewal    700.00
Annual Fee    1,100.00
Civil Defense
Licenses for possession and use of radioactive material for civil defense activities
New License/Renewal    700.00
Annual Fee    380.00
Power Source
Licenses for the manufacture and distribution of encapsulated radioactive material wherein the decay energy of the material is used as a source for power
New License/Renewal    5,510.00
Annual Fee    2,520.00
Plan Reviews
Review of plans for decommissioning, decontamination, reclamation, waste disposal pursuant to R313-15-1002, or site restoration activities    400.00
Plus added cost above 8 hours, per hour    90.00
Investigation of a misadministration by a third party as defined in R313-30-5 or in R313-32-2, as

applicable:
Actual Cost
General License
Measuring, gauging and control devices
Initial registration/renewal for first year    20.00
Annual fee after initial registration/renewal    20.00
In Vitro Testing
Initial registration/renewal for first year    20.00
Annual fee after initial registration/renewal    20.00
Depleted Uranium
Initial registration/renewal for first year    20.00
Annual fee after initial registration/renewal    20.00
Charge for Late Payment of Fees, for all fees, per 30 days late    25.00
Publication costs for making public notice of required actions:
Actual Cost
Reciprocity Fees
Licensees who conduct the activities under the reciprocity provisions of R313-19-30
Initial Filing of Application:
Full Annual fee for Specific Category of User Listed Above
Expedited application review. Applicable when, by mutual consent of the applicant and affected staff, an application request is taken out of date order and processed by staff per hour    90.00
Management and oversight of impounded radioactive material:
Actual Cost
License amendment, for greater than three applications in a calendar year    200.00
Analytical costs for environmental monitoring samples from radioactive materials facilities (actual cost)
Drinking Water
Safe Drinking Water Regulations Rules
Bound    50.00
Special Surveys: Actual Cost
File Searches: Actual Cost
Well Sealing Inspection (per hour + mileage + per diem)    90.00
Special Consulting/Technical Assistance, per hour    90.00
Operator Certification Program Fees
Examination fee (any level)    100.00
Renewal of certification (every 3 years if applied for during designated period)    100.00
Reinstatement of lapsed certificate    200.00


Certificate of reciprocity with another state    100.00
Conversion Fee (Specialist to Operator-Operator to Specialist)    20.00
Cross Connection Control Program
Certification and Renewal fee
Class I    160.00
Class II and III    200.00
Retest fee    120.00
Certificate of reciprocity with another state    100.00
Financial Assistance Program Fees
Application Processing (actual cost)
Drinking Water Loan Origination Fee, as percent of loan amount
1.0% of Loan Amount    .01
Water Quality
Water Quality Regulations, Complete set    30.00
Water Quality Regulations, R317-1, 2, 5, 6, 7; 10, 11, and 100, 101, 102, 103, 550, 560    2.00
Water Quality Regulations, R317-3, R317-4, R317-8    10.00
305(b) Water Quality Report    20.00
Report Entitled:
Utah's Lakes and Reservoirs-Inventory and Classification of Utah's Priority Lakes and Reservoirs    50.00
Operator Certification
Certification Examination    50.00
Renewal of Certificate    25.00
Renewal of Lapsed Certificate (per month, 75.00 maximum) Plus Renewal Fee    25.00
Duplicate Certificate    25.00
New Certificate change in status    25.00
Certification by reciprocity with another state    50.00
Grandfather Certificate    20.00
Underground Wastewater Disposal Systems
New Systems Fee    25.00
Certificate Issuance    25.00
Utah Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (UPDES) Permits
Annual Fee
*UPDES Permit fees will be collected annually instead of at 5 year increments starting 7-1-2011
*Permit holders with 5 year permit fees paid prior to 7-1-2011 will not be billed until the 5 year period has elapsed.
Cement Manufacturing


Major    792.00
Minor    198.00
Coal Mining and Preparation
General Permit    396.00
Individual Major    1,188.00
Individual Minor    792.00
Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations (CAFO) General Permit    110.00
Construction Dewatering/Hydrostatic Testing General Permit    110.00
Dairy Products
Major    792.00
Minor    396.00
Electric
Major    990.00
Minor    396.00
Fish Hatcheries General Permit    110.00
Food and Kindred Products
Major    990.00
Minor    396.00
Hazardous Waste Clean-up Sites    2,376.00
Geothermal
Major    792.00
Minor    396.00
Inorganic Chemicals
Major    1,188.00
Minor    594.00
Iron and Steel Manufacturing
Major    2,376.00
Minor    594.00
Leaking Underground Storage Tank Cleanup
General Permit    396.00
LUST Cleanup Individual Permit    792.00
Meat Products
Major    1,188.00
Minor    396.00
Metal Finishing and Products
Major    1,188.00
Minor    594.00


Mineral Mining and Processing
Sand and Gravel    220.00
Salt Extraction    220.00
Other Majors    792.00
Other Minors    396.00
Manufacturing
Major    1,584.00
Minor    594.00
Oil and Gas Extraction
flow rate <= 0.5 Million Gallons per Day (MGD)    396.00
flow rate > 0.5 Million Gallons per Day (MGD)    594.00
Ore Mining
Major    1,188.00
Minor    594.00
Major w/Conc. Process    2,376.00
Organic Chemicals Manufacturing
Major    1,980.00
Minor    594.00
Petroleum Refining
Major    1,584.00
Minor    594.00
Pharmaceutical Preparations
Major    1,584.00
Minor    594.00
Rubber and Plastic Products
Major    990.00
Minor    594.00
Space Propulsion
Major    2,200.00
Minor    594.00
Steam and/or Power Electric Plants
Major    792.00
Minor    396.00
Water Treatment Plants (Except Political Subdivisions)
General Permit    110.00
Annual UPDES Publically Owned Treatment Works Fee
Large POTW >10 mgd flow design ($8,000 annual pmt.)    8,000.00


Medium POTW >3 mgd but <10 mgd flow design ($5,000 annual pmt.)    5,000.00
Small POTW <3mgd but >1 mgd ($1,000 annual pmt.)    1,000.00
Very Small POTW <1 mgd ($500 annual pmt.)    500.00
Biosolids Annual Fee (Domestic Sludge)
Small Systems (1-4,000 connections)    350.00
Medium Systems (4,001 to 15,000 connections)    1,015.00
Large Systems (greater than 15,000 connections)    1,475.00
Non-contact Cooling Water Annual Fee
Flow rate <= 10,000 gallons per day (gpd)    110.00
10,000 gpd < Flow rate 100,000 gpd $500.00 up to $1,000.00    220.00
100,000 gpd < Flow rate <1.0 MGD $1,000.00 up to $2,000.00    440.00
Flow Rate > 1.0 MGD    660.00
    Note: Fee amt. will be prorated based on flow rate.
General Multi-Sector Industrial Storm Water Permit* Annual Fee    110.00
General Construction Storm Water Permit> 1 Acre* (Annual Fee)    110.00
Municipal Storm Water Annual Fee:
0-5,000 Population    500.00
5,001 - 10,000 Population    800.00
10,001 - 50,000 Population    1,200.00
50,001 - 125,000 Population    2,000.00
> 125,000 Population    3,000.00
Annual Ground Water Permit Administration Fee
Tailings/Evaporation/Process Ponds; Heaps (per each)
0-1 Acre    385.00
1-15 Acres    770.00
15-50 Acres    1,540.00
50-300 Acres    2,310.00
Over 300 Acres    3,080.00
Underground Injection Control Permit Application Fee (*one time fee)
Class I Hazardous Waste Disposal    25,000.00
Class I Non-Hazardous Waste Disposal    9,000.00
Class III Solution Mining    7,200.00
Class V Aquifer Storage and Recovery    5,400.00
All Others
Base (one regulated facility)    770.00
Per each additional regulated facility    770.00
    (Multi-celled pond system or grouping of facilities with common

compliance point is considered one facility.)
UPDES, Ground Water, Underground Injection Control, and Construction Permits not listed above and Permit modifications (except political subdivisions), per hour    90.00
Complex facilities where the anticipated permit issuance costs will exceed the above categorical fees by 25%, per hour    90.00
    (Permittee to be notified upon receipt of application)
Water Quality Cleanup Activities
Corrective Action, Site Investigation/Remediation Oversight Administration of Consent Orders and Agreements.    90.00
    In lieu of fees for established above, the applicator or responsible party may voluntarily make advance payment for more than the established fee to facilitate oversight activites or permit issuance.
Technical review of and assistance given for sales/use tax exemptions, per hour    90.00
Water Quality Loan Origination Fee
1.0% of Loan Amount    .01
Solid and Hazardous Waste
Utah Hazardous Waste Rules    10.00
Utah Solid Waste Rules    10.00
Utah Used Oil Rules    5.00
Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) Facility List    5.00
Solid and Hazardous Waste Program Administration:
(including Used Oil and Waste Tire Recycling Programs)
    The following fees do not apply to municipalities, counties, or special service districts seeking Division of Solid and Hazardous Waste reviews.
Professional, per hour    90.00
    (This fee includes but is not limited to: Review of Site Investigation and Site Remediation Plans, Review of Permit Applications, Permit Modifications and Permit Renewals; Review and Oversight of Administrative Consent Orders and Consent Agreements, Judicial Orders, and related compliance activities; Review and Oversight of Construction Activities; Review and Oversight of Corrective Action Activities; and Review and Oversight of Vehicle Manufacturer Mercury Switch Removal and Collection Plans)
Hazardous Waste Permit Filing Fees:
Hazardous Waste Operation Plan Renewal:    1,000.00
Solid Waste Permit Filing Fees:
The following fees do not apply to municipalities, counties, or special service districts seeking review from the SHW division.


New Comm. Facility:
Class V and Class VI Landfills    1,000.00
New Non-Commercial Facility    750.00
New Incinerator:
Commercial    5,000.00
Industrial or Private    1,000.00
Plan Renewals and Plan Modifications    100.00
Variance Requests    500.00
Enforceable Written Assurance Letter
Flat fee for up to 8 hours to complete letter    500.00
Additional per hour charge if over the original 8 hours    90.00
Waste Tire Recycling Fees
Waste Tire Recycler Registration Fee, annual    100.00
Waste Tire Transporter Registration Fee, annual    100.00
    Fees for registration applications received during the year will be prorated at $8.30 per month over the number of months remaining in the year.
Used Oil Fees:
Do It Your Selfer (DIYer) and Used Oil Collection Center Registration Fee: No Charge
Used Oil Permit Filing Fee for
Transporter, Transfer Facility, Processor/Re-refiner,    100.00
    Off-Spec Burner, and Land Application
Used Oil Registration Fee for Transporter, Transfer Facility, Processor/Re-refiner, Off-Spec Burner, and Land Application, Annual    100.00
Used Oil Marketer Registration Fee, annual    50.00
Used Oil Marketer Permit Filing Fee    50.00
Vehicle Manufacturer Mercury Switch Removal and Collection Plan Fee
Mercury Switch Removal and Collection Plan Filing Fee    100.00
Non-Hazardous Solid Waste Fees Per Ton Or Fraction Of A Ton
PCB's    4.75
Environmental Response and Remediation
Comprehensive Enviornmental Response Compensation and Liability Information System (CERCLIS) Lists, Disk or Paper, refer to internet    15.00
Underground Storage Tank Program List
Underground Storage Tank Facility List (paper only)    30.00
Leaking Underground Storage Tank Facility List (paper only)    18.00
Postage for one or both    3.00
Emergency Planning Community Right to Know Act Reports    15.00


Professional and Technical services or assistance    90.00
    Including but not limited to: EPCRA technical assistance (per hr), environmental project technical assistance (per hr), PST claim preparation (per hr), oversight for tanks failing to pay UST fee (per hr), UST compliance follow-up inspection (per hr), apportionment of liability requested by responsible parties, prepare, administer, conduct admin process (per hr), environmental convenants (per hr).
Voluntary Environmental Cleanup Program Application Fee    2,500.00
Review/Oversight/Participation in Voluntary Agreements
per hour    90.00
Annual Underground Storage Tank (UST) Fee
Tanks on PST Fund    100.00
Tanks not on PST Fund    200.00
Tanks Significantly out of Compliance with Leak Prevention or Leak Detection Requirements    300.00
Replacement of Lost Certification Tag, per tag    25.00
PST Fund Reapplication Fee, Certificates of Compliance Reapplication fee, or both    300.00
Initial Approval of Alternate UST Financial Assurance Mechanisms    420.00
    (Non-PST Participants)
Approval of Alternate UST Financial Assurance Mechanisms after Initial Year (with No Mechanism Changes)    240.00
Certification or Certification Renewal for UST Consultants
UST Installers, Removers and Groundwater and Soil Samplers and non-government UST Inspectors and Testers    225.00
Consultant Recertification Class    150.00
Clandestine Drug Lab Decontamination Specialist Certification
Certification and Recertification    225.00
Retest of Certification Exam    100.00
Enforceable Written Assurance Letters
Flat fee for up to 8 hours to complete letter    500.00
Additional hourly charge per hour if over the original 8 hours    90.00
Environmental Response and Remediation Program Training:
Actual Cost
UST Operators Certification    50.00
Department of Agriculture and Food
Administration
    In accordance with Section 4-2-2(2) and 63J-1-504, the following fees are approved for

the Department of Agriculture and Food for fiscal year 2013.
General Administration
General Administration
Produce Dealers
Produce Dealers    25.00
Dealer's Agent    10.00
Broker/Agent    25.00
Produce Broker    25.00
Livestock Dealer    25.00
Livestock Dealer/Agent    10.00
Livestock Auctions
Livestock Auction Market    50.00
Auction Weigh Person    10.00
Registered Farms Recording Fee    10.00
Citations, Maximum per Violation    500.00
All Agriculture Divisions
Organic Certification
Annual registration of producers, handlers, processors or combination    200.00
Hourly fee for inspection    28.00
Hourly charge for inspectors' time more than 40 hours per week (overtime) plus regular fees    42.00
Hourly charge for major holidays and Sundays (four hour min.) plus regular fees    42.00
Gross sales fees ($10.00 min.) based on previous calendar year according to the following schedule:
$0 to $5,000: Exempt
$5,001 to $10,000    100.00
$10,001 to $15,000    180.00
$15,001 to $20,000    240.00
$20,001 to $25,000    300.00
$25,001 to $30,000    360.00
$30,001 to $35,000    420.00
$35,001 to $50,000    600.00
$50,001 to $75,000    900.00
$75,001 to $100,000    1,200.00
$100,001 to $150,000    1,800.00
$150,001 to $280,000    2,240.00
$280,001 to $375,000    3,000.00


$375,001 to $500,000    4,000.00
$500,001 and up    5,000.00
Certified document fee    25.00
Administrative costs for making copies of files, per hour    10.00
Administrative costs for making copies of files, per copy    .25
Duplicate Fee    15.00
Internet Access Fee    1.50
Late Fee    25.00
Returned check fee    15.00
Mileage: State Rate
Meat Inspection
Meat Inspection
Inspection Service Fee    39.00
Meat Packing
Meat Packing Plant    150.00
Custom Exempt    150.00
T/A (Talmage-Aiken) Official    150.00
Packing/Processing (Official)    150.00
Chemistry Laboratory
Chemistry Laboratory
Seed, Feed and Meat
Moisture    20.00
Fat    35.00
Fiber, Crude or ADF (Acid Detergent Fiber)    45.00
Proximate analysis (moisture, protein, fat, fiber, ash)    90.00
Proximate analysis (moisture, protein, fiber)    60.00
Protein    32.00
NPN (Non-Protein Nitrogen)    25.00
Ash    20.00
Water Activity    30.00
Salt    30.00
Fertilizer
Nitrogen    32.00
Available Phosphorous    35.00
Potash    30.00
Inorganics (Digested)
(Ag, Al, As, B, Ba, Ca, Cd, Cl, Co, Cr, Cu, Fe, K, Mg, Mn, Mo, Na, Ni, P, Pb, S, Se, V,

Zn)
Prep and First Analyte    35.00
Additional Analytes    22.00
pH    20.00
Water Test I
(Al, As, B, Ba, Ca, Cd, Cl, Co, Cr, Cu, Fe, K, Mg, Mn, Mo, Na, Ni, P, Pb, S, Se, Zn)    250.00
Water Test II
(Br, Cl, F, NO3, PO4, CO3, HCO3, CLO4, pH)    180.00
Water Quality
(Br, Cl, F, NO3, NO2, SO4, PO4, carbonate, bicarbonate, perchlorate)    180.00
Herbicides - Water    185.00
Insecticides/Fungicides - Water    205.00
Herbicides - Soil/Plants    305.00
Insecticides - Soil/Plants    265.00
Pesticide Water Single Test    205.00
Pesticide - Water - Multiresidue Test    275.00
Pesticide Non-water Single Test    305.00
Pesticide - Non-water - Multiresidue Test    400.00
Pesticide Formulation    305.00
Inorganics (Undigested)
(Ag, Al, As, B, Ba, Ca, Cd, Cl, Co, Cr, Cu, Fe, K, Mg, Mn, Mo, Na, Ni, P, Pb, S, Se, V, Zn)
Prep and First Analyte    25.00
Additional Analytes    12.00
Vitamin A    60.00
Mercury Analysis    85.00
Certification Fee - Milk Laboratory Evaluation Program
Basic Lab Fee    50.00
Number of Certified Analyst (3 x $10.00)    30.00
Number of Approved Test (3 x $10.00)    30.00
Total Yearly Assessed Fee    90.00
Standard Plate Count    10.00
Coliform Count    15.00
Antibiotic Test    5.00
Phosphatase Test    15.00
Wisconsin Mastitis Test (WMT) Screening Test    5.00
Direct Microscopic Somatic Cell Count (DMSCC): Confirmation    10.00


Direct Somatic Cell Count (DSCC): Instrumentation    5.00
Coliform Confirmation    5.00
Container Rinse Test    10.00
H2O Coliform Total Count    18.00
H2O Coliform Confirmation Test    5.00
Butterfat % (Babcock Method)    10.00
Added H2O in Raw Milk    5.00
Reactivated Phosphatase Confirmation    15.00
Antibiotic Confirmation Tests    10.00
Salmonella Screen    40.00
E-Coli Screen    30.00
Listeria Screen    30.00
Campylobacter Screen    40.00
All Other Services, per hour    40.00
    The Laboratory performs a variety of tests for other government agencies. The charges for these tests is determined according to the number of tests, and based on cost to the Laboratory and therefore may be different than the fee schedule. Because of changing needs, the Laboratory may receive requests for tests that are impossible to anticipate and list fully in a standard fee schedule. Charges for these tests are authorized and are to be based on costs.
Charges for other tests performed for other government agencies are authorized and are to be based on cost recovery.
Animal Health
Animal Health
Inspection Service Fee    39.00
Commercial Aquaculture Facility    150.00
Commercial Fee Fishing Facility    30.00
Citation, per violation    200.00
Citation, per head    2.00
    If not paid within 15 days, two times the citation fee; if not paid within 30 days, four times the citation fee.
Swine Garbage Feeding License    25.00
Hatchery Operation (Poultry)    25.00
Health Certificate Book    8.00
Trichomoniasis Report Book    8.00
Auction Veterinary Fee (Cattle)/day    200.00
Auction Veterinary Fee (Sheep)/day    90.00


Service Fee for Veterinarians (dog food and brine shrimp, misc.), per day    250.00
Service Fee for Veterinarians (dog food and brine shrimp, misc.), per mile    .55
Trichomoniasis Ear Tags    2.00
Plant Industry
Agricultural Inspection
Shipping Point
Fruit
Packages, 19 lb. or less, per package    .02
20 to 29 lb. package, per package    .025
Over 29 lb. package, per package    .03
Bulk load, per cwt.    .045
Vegetables
Potatoes, per cwt.    .06
Onions, per cwt.    .065
Cucurbita, per cwt.    .05
    Cucurbita family includes: watermelon, muskmelon, squash (summer, fall, and winter), pumpkin, gourd and others.
Other Vegetables
Less than 60 lb. package, per package    .035
Over 60 lb. package, per package    .045
Phytosanitary Inspection
Per inspection    50.00
With grade certification    15.00
Per Inspection / Federal Fees    16.00
Minimum charge per certificate for one commodity (except regular rate at continuous grading facilities)    28.00
Minimum charge per commodity for mixed loads (<= $45.00 per mixed load)    28.00
Hourly charge for inspection of raw products at processing plants    28.00
Hourly charge for inspectors' time over 40 hrs/ week (overtime), plus regular fees    42.00
Hourly charge for major holidays and Sundays (four-hour minimum), plus regular fees    42.00
    Holidays include: New Year's Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day.
All inspections shall include mileage which will be charged according to the current mileage rate of the State of Utah
Export Compliance Agreements    50.00
Nursery
Gross Sales Fee ($10.00 minimum) based on previous calendar year according to the

following schedule:
$0 to $5,000    40.00
$5,001 to $100,000    80.00
$100,001 to $250,000    120.00
$250,001 to $500,000    160.00
$500,001 and up    200.00
Nursery Agency    50.00
Feed
Commercial Feed    25.00
Processing Fee    30.00
Custom Formula Permit    75.00
Pesticide
Commercial Applicator Certification
4 or less Commercial Pesticide Applicators    75.00
5-9 Commercial Pesticide Applicators    150.00
10 or more Commercial Pesticide Applicators    300.00
Triennial (3 year) Certification and License    45.00
Replacement of lost or stolen certificate/license    15.00
Failed examinations may be retaken two more times at no charge
Additional re-testing (two more times)    15.00
Triennial (3 year) examination and educational materials fee    20.00
Product Registration    60.00
Processing Service Fee    110.00
Dealer License
Triennial    100.00
Fertilizer
Blenders License    75.00
Annual Assessment, per ton    .35
Minimum Annual Assessment    20.00
Fertilizer Registration    25.00
Processing Fee    30.00
Beekeepers
Insect Identification Fee    10.00
License, 0 to 20 hives    10.00
License, 21 to 100 hives    25.00
License, 101 to 500 hives    50.00
Inspection fee, per hour    28.00


Salvage Wax Registration Fee    10.00
Control Atmosphere    10.00
Seed Purity
Flowers    12.00
Grains    8.00
Grasses    17.00
Legumes    8.00
Trees and Shrubs    12.00
Vegetables    8.00
Seed Germination
Flowers    12.00
Grains    8.00
Grasses    12.00
Legumes    8.00
Trees and Shrubs    12.00
Vegetables    8.00
Seed Tetrazolium Test
Flowers    22.00
Grains    14.00
Grasses    22.00
Legumes    17.00
Trees and Shrubs    22.00
Vegetables    14.00
Embryo Analysis (Loose Smut Test)    11.00
Cutting Test    8.00
Mill Check: Hourly Charge
Examination of Extra Quantity for Other Crop or Weed Seed: Hourly Charge
Examination for Noxious Weeds Only: Hourly Rate
Identification: No Charge
Hourly Rate    28.00
Additional Copies of Analysis Reports    1.00
Hourly rate for any other inspection service performed on an hourly basis (one hour minimum)    28.00
    Mixtures will be charged based on the sum for each individual kind in excess of 5 percent. Samples which require excessive time, screenings, low grade, dirty, or unusually difficult sample will be charged at the hourly rate. Hourly charges may be made on seed treated with Highly Toxic Substances if

special handling is necessary for the Analysts safety. Discount germination is a non-priority service intended for carry-over seed which is ideal for checking inventories from May through August. The discount service is available during the rest of the year, but delays in testing may result due to high test volume of priority samples. Ten or more samples receive a fifty percent discount off normal germination fees.
Emergency service, per sample, single component only    42.00
Hay and Straw Weed Free Certification
Bulk loads of hay up to 10 loads    30.00
Hourly rate    28.00
If time involved is 1 hour or less    28.00
Charge for each hay tag    .10
Citations, maximum per violation    500.00
Regulatory Services
Regulatory Services
Bedding/Upholstered Furniture
Manufacturers of Bedding and/or Upholstered Furniture    65.00
Wholesale Dealer    65.00
Supply Dealer    65.00
Manufacturers of Quilted Clothing    65.00
Upholsterer with employees    50.00
Upholsterer without employees    25.00
Processing Fee/All Bedding Upholstery Licenses    40.00
Dairy
Test milk for payment    40.00
Operate milk manufacturing plant    85.00
Make butter    40.00
Haul farm bulk milk    40.00
Make cheese    40.00
Operate a pasteurizer    40.00
Operate a milk processing plant    85.00
Dairy Products Distributor    85.00
Base Food Inspection
Small    30.00
    Less than 1,000 sq. ft. / 4 or fewer employees
Medium    90.00
    1,000-5,000 sq. ft., with limited food processing


Large    150.00
    Food processor over 1,000 sq. ft. / Grocery store 1,000-50,000 sq. ft. and two or fewer food processing areas / Warehouse 1,000-50,000 sq. ft.
Super    290.00
    Food processor over 20,000 sq. ft. / Grocery store over 50,000 sq. ft. and more than two food processing areas / Warehouse over 50,000 sq. ft.
Special Inspection Fees
Food and Dairy Inspection fee, per hour    30.00
Food and Dairy Inspection fee, overtime rate    40.00
Citations, maximum per violation    500.00
Weights and Measures
Weighing and measuring devices/individual servicemen    15.00
Metrology services, per hour    35.00
Base Weights and Measures
Small    30.00
    1-3 scales, 1-12 fuel dispensers, 1 meter, 1 large scale, or 1-3 scanners
Medium    90.00
    4-15 scales, 13-24 fuel dispensers, 2-3 meters, 2-3 large scales, or 4-15 scanners
Large    150.00
    16-25 scales, 25-36 fuel dispensers, 4-6 meters, 4-5 large scales, or 16-25 scanners
Super    290.00
    26+ scales, 37+ fuel dispensers, 7+ meters, 6+ large scales, or 26+ scanners
Special Scale Inspections
Large Capacity Truck
Per man hour    25.00
Per mile    2.00
Per hour equipment use    25.00
Pickup Truck
Per man hour    25.00
Per mile    1.00
Per hour equipment use    20.00
Overnight Trip: Per Diem and cost of motel
Petroleum Refinery Fee
Gasoline


Octane Rating    132.00
Benzene Level    88.00
Pensky-Martens Flash Point    22.00
Overtime charges, per hour    33.00
Gasoline - Gravity    11.00
Gasoline - Distillation    28.00
Gasoline - Sulfur, X-ray    39.00
Gasoline - Reid Vapor Pressure (RVP)    28.00
Gasoline - Aromatics    55.00
Gasoline - Leads    22.00
Diesel - Gravity    28.00
Diesel - Distillation    28.00
Diesel - Sulfur, X-ray    22.00
Diesel - Cloud Point    22.00
Diesel - Conductivity    28.00
Diesel - Cetane    22.00
Citations, maximum per violation    500.00
Certificate of Free Sale
Single Certificate    25.00
More than 3 pages    55.00
Brand Inspection
Brand Inspection
Farm Custom Slaughter    100.00
Estray Animals: Varies
Beef Promotion (cattle only), per head    1.00
Citation, per violation    200.00
Citation, per head    2.00
    If not paid within 15 days, two times citation fee. If not paid within 30 days, four times citation fee.
Brand Inspection Fee, Special Sales    100.00
Brand Inspection (cattle), per head    .75
Brand Inspection (horse), per head    1.00
Brand Inspection (sheep), per head    .05
Brand Book    25.00
Show and Seasonal Permits
Horse    15.00
Cattle    15.00


Lifetime Horse Permit    25.00
Duplicate Lifetime Horse Permit    10.00
Lifetime Transfer Horse Permit    10.00
Brand Recording    75.00
Certified copy of Recording (new Brand Card)    5.00
Minimum charge per certificate (Cattle, Sheep, Hogs, and Horses)    10.00
Brand Transfer    50.00
Brand Renewal (five-year cycle)    50.00
Elk Farming
Elk Inspection New License    300.00
Brand Inspection, per elk    5.00
Service Charge, per stop per owner    15.00
Horn Inspection, per set    1.00
Elk License Renewal    300.00
Elk License Late Fee    50.00
Utah Horse Commission
Utah Horse Commission
Owner/Trainer, not to exceed    100.00
Owner, not to exceed    75.00
Organization, not to exceed    75.00
Trainer, not to exceed    75.00
Assistant trainer, not to exceed    75.00
Jockey, not to exceed    75.00
Jockey Agent, not to exceed    75.00
Veterinarian, not to exceed    75.00
Racing Official, not to exceed    75.00
Racing Organization Manager or Official, not to exceed    75.00
Authorized Agent, not to exceed    75.00
Farrier, not to exceed    75.00
Assistant to the Racing Manager or Official, not to exceed    75.00
Video Operator, not to exceed    75.00
Photo Finish Operator, not to exceed    75.00
Valet, not to exceed    50.00
Jockey Room Attendant or Custodian, not to exceed    50.00
Colors Attendant, not to exceed    50.00
Paddock Attendant, not to exceed    50.00
Pony Rider, not to exceed    50.00


Groom, not to exceed    50.00
Security Guard, not to exceed    50.00
Stable Gate Man, not to exceed    50.00
Security Investigator, not to exceed    50.00
Concessionaire, not to exceed    50.00
Application Processing Fee    25.00
Grain Inspection
Grain Inspection
Regular hourly rate    28.00
Overtime hourly rate    42.00
Official Inspection Services (includes sampling except where indicated)
Railcar, per car or part car    25.50
Truck or trailer, per carrier or part carrier    13.50
Container Inspection    21.00
Submitted sample, per sample    9.50
Re-inspection, based on new sample (truck)    10.50
Re-inspection, basis file sample    8.50
Re-inspection, based on new sample (rail)    20.50
Protein test, original or file sample retest    6.50
Protein - oil and starch    6.50
Protein test, basis new sample, plus sample hourly fee    6.00
Factor only determination, per factor, plus sampler's hourly rate, if applicable    4.00
Stowage examination services, per certificate    13.00
A fee for applicant requested certification of specific factors (malting barley analysis of non-malting class barley, HVAC or DHV percentage determination in durum or hard spring wheats, etc., per request)    3.00
Extra copies of certificates, per copy    1.00
Insect damaged kernel, determination (weevil, bore)    3.00
Sampling only, same as original carrier fee, except hopper cars, 4 or more    14.00
Mailing sample handling charge (plus Actual Charge)    3.00
Sealing rail cars or containers upon request over 5 seals per rail car    5.00
    Request for services not covered by the above fees will be performed at the applicable hourly rate stated herein, plus mileage and travel time, if applicable. Actual travel time will be assessed outside of a 50 mile radius of Ogden.
Non-Official Services
Safflower Grading    13.00


Class II weighing, per carrier    6.00
Dark Hard Vitreous kernels (DHV) percentage in Hard Red Wheat    4.00
Determination of hard kernel percentage in soft white wheat    4.00
Dry Hay Feed Analysis    14.00
Silages (corn or hay) Analysis    20.00
Feed grain Analysis    14.00
Black Light (Alfatoxin)    3.00
Aflatoxin Test (Strip quick test)    20.00
Grain grading instructions, per hour, per person    20.00
Set of check Samples (Proteins-moisture, Set of 5)    25.00
Other Requests: Hourly Rate
Marketing and Development
Marketing and Development
Market Newsletter    50.00
School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration
School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration
    In accordance with Section 63J-1-504, the following fees are approved for the School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration for fiscal year 2013.
Administration
Research on Leases or Title by Staff (per hour)    75.00
Reproduction of Records
By Staff (per copy)    .40
Self-service (per copy)    .10
Name change on Administrative Records
Document (surface)    15.00
Lease (per lease)    15.00
Late Fees
    whichever amount is greater of 6% or $30.00
Fax (send only - per page including cover)    1.00
Certified Copies (per document)    10.00
Affidavit of Lost Document (per document)    25.00
Surface Fees
Easements
Amendment    400.00
Application    750.00
Assignment    250.00
Collateral Agreement    250.00


Reinstatement    400.00
Exchange
Application    1,000.00
Grazing Permit
Amendment    50.00
Application    50.00
Assignment    30.00
Collateral Agreement    50.00
Reinstatement    30.00
Non-Use    20.00
Sublease
    50% of the difference between the base grazing fee per AUM (Animal Unit Month) assessed by the agency and the AUM fee received by the permittee through the sublease multiplied by the number of AUMs sublease, or a $1 per AUM minimum fee, whichever is greater.
Grazing Permit Modified
Amendment    50.00
Application    250.00
Assignment    250.00
Collateral Agreement    50.00
Reinstatement    30.00
Letter of Intent
Application    100.00
Right of Entry
Amendment    50.00
Application    50.00
Assignment    250.00
Extension of Time    100.00
Processing    50.00
Right of Entry (Trailing Permit)
Application plus AUM (Animal Unit Month) fees    50.00
Sales/Certificates
Application    250.00
Assignment    250.00
Partial Conveyance    250.00
Patent Reissue    50.00
Processing    500.00


Special Use Agreements
Amendment    400.00
Application    250.00
Assignment    250.00
Collateral Assignment    250.00
Processing    700.00
Reinstatement    400.00
Minor Timber Agreement (6 months or less)
Application    100.00
Assignment    250.00
Major Timber Agreement (longer than 6 months)
Application    500.00
Assignment    250.00
Extension of Time    250.00
Mineral Fees
Application Fees
Materials Permit (Sand and Gravel)    250.00
Mineral Materials Permit    100.00
Mineral Lease    30.00
Rockhounding Permit
Association    200.00
Individual/Family    10.00
Assignment Fees
Collateral    50.00
Materials Permit (Sand and Gravel)    200.00
Operating Rights    50.00
Overriding Royalty    50.00
Record Title    50.00
Segregation    100.00
Processing Fees
Materials Permit (Sand/Gravel)    700.00
Transfer Active Oil and Gas Lease to Current Form    50.00
Utah Interactive Transaction Fee    2.75
Cash Equivalent Fee    .30
Bank Charge Fee    .03
Public Education
State Board of Education


Educator Licensing Professional Practices
Teacher Licensure Fees
Level I
Utah University Recommended    60.00
Student License    30.00
Out of State
Application Fee    90.00
District/Charter License
District/Charter License    50.00
One Year Extension    30.00
Career and Technical Education
Career and Technology Education    50.00
Level Upgrade    50.00
Renewal
Active Educators    50.00
Inactive Educators    80.00
Returning Educator Application    65.00
Returning Educator Renewal Recommendation    30.00
Endorsements
Institutionally or District Approved    35.00
Individual Application    45.00
Duplicates/Replacements    20.00
Underqualified Educators
State Approved Endorsement Program
Application/Evaluation Fee    45.00
Letter of Authorization Request    35.00
Alternative Licensure
Application and Evaluation    100.00
Program Development and Tracking    400.00
License Recommendation    55.00
Finger Printing Fees
FBI & BCI    49.00
Utah Professional Practices Advisory Commission    25.00
Utah Schools for the Deaf and the Blind
Instructional Services
USDB - Instruction
Educational Interpreter    36.17


Teachers Aide    11.58
Student Education Services Aide    22.54
Educator    52.83
After-School Program    30.00
Pre-School Monthly Tuition    75.00
Out-of-State Tuition    50,600.00
Support Services
USDB - Support Services
Educator    52.83
Conference Attendance
Educator    100.00
Parent    25.00
Adult Lunch Tickets    2.00
Copy & Fax Machine Fees
Fax Machine    1.00
Copy Machine - Color    1.00
Copy Machine    .10
Athletic Fee - Per Sport    100.00
Room Rental
Dormitory    19.00
Conference    94.00
Multipurpose    188.00
State Board of Education Indirect Cost Pool Internal Service Funds
Indirect Cost Pool
Superintendent Indirect Cost Pool
USOE - Indirect Cost Pool
Restricted Funds
10.0 percent of personal service costs
Unrestricted Funds
14.8 percent of personal service costs
Retirement & Independent Entities
Department of Human Resource Management Internal Service Funds
Department of Human Resource Management
    In accordance with Section 63J-1-410 the following rates are approved for the services of the Department of Human Resource Management for fiscal year 2013.
Field Services
DHRM Field Services (per actual FTE)    544.00


Attorney General Legal Fees    450,000.00
Payroll Field Services
DHRM Payroll Services (per actual FTE)    75.00
Executive Appropriations
Utah National Guard
    In accordance with Section 63J-1-504, the following fees are approved for the Utah National Guard for fiscal year 2013.
Armory Maintenance
Small Commercial/Business
Armory Rental 4 hr or less/hr    25.00
Armory Rental >4hr = day    500.00
Security Attendant per hr    15.00
Refundable Cleaning Deposit    100.00
Industrial
Armory Rental 4 hr or less/hr    100.00
Armory Rental >4hr = day    1,000.00
Security Attendant per hr    15.00
Refundable Cleaning Deposit    100.00
Department of Veterans' Affairs
    In accordance with Section 63J-1-504, the following fees are approved for the Department of Veterans' Affairs for fiscal year 2013.
Cemetery
Veterans' Burial Fee    700.00
Cement Burial Vault    700.00
Spouse/Dependent Burial Fee    700.00
Saturday Burial Surcharge    700.00
Lawn Vase    60.00
Disinterment Single Depth    600.00
Disinterment Double Depth    900.00
Cremated Remains Disinterment    150.00
Chapel Rental    125.00
Capitol Preservation Board
    In accordance with Section 63J-1-504 the following fees are approved for the Capitol Preservation Board for fiscal year 2013.
General Public, Commercial, and Private Rental Rates
Capitol Hill Grounds (A, B, C, D) (Per Hour)    750.00
Capitol Hill Grounds (A, B, C, D) (Per Event)    2,500.00


Capitol Hill Grounds (A-South Lawn) (Per Hour)    400.00
Capitol Hill Grounds (A-South Lawn) (Per Event)    2,000.00
Capitol Hill Grounds (B-SE Outside of Oval) (Per Hour)    200.00
Capitol Hill Grounds (B-SE Outside of Oval) (Per Event)    1,000.00
Capitol Hill Grounds (C-SW Outside of Oval) (Per Hour)    200.00
Capitol Hill Grounds (C-SW Outside of Oval) (Per Event)    1,000.00
Capitol Hill Grounds (D-West Lawn) (Per Hour)    150.00
Capitol Hill Grounds (D-West Lawn) (Per Event)    500.00
Capitol Hill Parking Lot (Per Stall, Per Day for Section of Lot)    10.00
    (For Events Only)
Capitol Hill Visitor Parking Lot (Per Lot, Per Day for Section of Lot)    300.00
    (For Events Only)
Capitol Hill Rotunda (Mon thru Thur) (Per Event)    2,000.00
Capitol Hill Rotunda - Legislative General Session (Monday thru Friday)
    During the hours of 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday-Friday during the Legislative General Session, there is a rental rate of $0. The State Capitol Preservation Board may establish the maximum amount of time a person may use a facility.
Capitol Hill Rotunda (Fri thru Sun) (Per Event)    2,300.00
Capitol Hill Gold Room (Per Event) (Under Governor's Office Direction)    3,000.00
Capitol Hill Hall of Governors (Per Event)    1,300.00
Capitol Hill Hall of Governors - Legislative General Session (Monday thur Friday)
    During the hours of 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday-Friday during the Legislative General Session, there is a rental rate of $0. The State Capitol Preservation Board may establish the maximum amount of time a person may use a facility.
Capitol Hill Plaza (Per Hour)    200.00
Capitol Hill Plaza (Per Event)    1,300.00
Capitol Hill Room 170 (Per Hour)    100.00
Capitol Hill Room 170 - Legislative General Session (Monday thru Friday)
    During the hours of 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday-Friday during the Legislative General Session, there is a rental rate of $0. The State Capitol Preservation Board may establish the maximum amount of time a person may use a facility.
Capitol Hill Room 210 (Per Hour)    100.00
Capitol Hill Room 210 - Legislative General Session (Monday thru Friday)
    During the hours of 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday-Friday during the

Legislative General Session, there is a rental rate of $0. The State Capitol Preservation Board may establish the maximum amount of time a person may use a facility.
Capitol Hill State Room (Per Event)    1,000.00
Capitol Hill Senate/House Building Lobby (Per Hour)    100.00
Capitol Hill Multipurpose Room (Per Hour)    100.00
Capitol Hill Multipurpose Room - Legislative General Session (Monday thru Friday)
    During the hours of 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday-Friday during the Legislative General Session there is a rental rate of $0.
Capitol Hill Committee Room 250 (Per Hour)    150.00
Capitol Hill Board Room (Per Hour)    150.00
Capitol Hill Olmsted Room (Per Hour)    100.00
Capitol Hill Olmsted Room - Legislative General Session (Monday thru Friday)
    During the hours of 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday-Friday during the Legislative General Session there is a rental rate of $0.
Capitol Hill Olmsted Room - Legislative General Session (Monday thru Friday)
    During the hours of 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Monday-Friday, the Capitol Hill Olmsted Room has a rate of $0 if the renter uses the preferred caterer to provide food services during the room rental; or provides evidence that attendees have purchased food from the preferred caterer.
Capitol Hill Kletting Room (Per Hour)    100.00
Capitol Hill Kletting Room - Legislative General Session (Monday thru Friday)
    During the hours of 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday-Friday during the Legislative General Session there is a rental rate of $0.
Capitol Hill Kletting Room - Legislative General Session (Monday thru Friday)
    During the hours of 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Monday-Friday, the Capitol Hill Kletting Room has a rate of $0 if the renter uses the preferred caterer to provide food services during the room rental; or provides evidence that attendees have purchased food from the preferred caterer.
Capitol Hill Seagull Room (Per Hour)    100.00
Capitol Hill Seagull Room - Legislative General Session (Monday thru Friday)
    During the hours of 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday-Friday during the Legislative General Session there is a rental rate of $0.


Capitol Hill Seagull Room - Legislative General Session (Monday thru Friday)
    During the hours of 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Monday-Friday, the Capitol Hill Seagull Room has a rate of $0 if the renter uses the preferred caterer to provide food services during the room rental; or provides evidence that attendees have purchased food from the preferred caterer.
Capitol Hill Beehive Room (Per Hour)    100.00
Capitol Hill Beehive Room - Legislative General Session (Monday thru Friday)
    During the hours of 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday-Friday during the Legislative General Session there is a rental rate of $0.
Capitol Hill Beehive Room - Legislative General Session (Monday thru Friday)
    During the hours of 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Monday-Friday, the Capitol Hill Beehive Room has a rate of $0 if the renter uses the preferred caterer to provide food services during the room rental; or provides evidence that attendees have purchased food from the preferred caterer.
Capitol Hill Copper Room (Per Hour)    100.00
Capitol Hill Copper Room - Legislative General Session (Monday thru Friday)
    During the hours of 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday-Friday during the Legislative General Session there is a rental rate of $0.
Capitol Hill Copper Room - Legislative General Session (Monday thru Friday)
    During the hours of 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Monday-Friday, the Capitol Hill Copper Room has a rate of $0 if the renter uses the preferred caterer to provide food services during the room rental; or provides evidence that attendees have purchased food from the preferred caterer.
Capitol Hill Spruce Room (Per Hour)    100.00
Capitol Hill Spruce Room - Legislative General Session (Monday thru Friday)
    During the hours of 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday-Friday during the Legislative General Session there is a rental rate of $0.
Capitol Hill Spruce Room - Legislative General Session (Monday thru Friday)
    During the hours of 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Monday-Friday, the Capitol Hill Spruce Room has a rate of $0 if the renter uses the preferred caterer to provide food services during the room rental; or provides evidence that attendees have purchased food from the preferred caterer.
State Office Building Auditorium (Per Hour)    125.00
State Office Building Auditorium - Legislative General Session (Monday thru Friday)    100.00


    During the hours of 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday-Friday during the Legislative General Session.
State Office Building Auditorium - Legislative General Session (Monday thru Friday)
    During the hours of 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Monday-Friday, the State Office Building Auditorium has a rate of $0 if the renter uses the preferred caterer to provide food services during the room rental; or provides evidence that attendees have purchased food from the preferred caterer.
State Office Building Room 1112 (Per Hour)    100.00
State Office Building Room 1112 - Legislative General Session (Monday thru Friday)
    During the hours of 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday-Friday during the Legislative General Session, there is a rental rate of $0. The State Capitol Preservation Board may establish the maximum amount of time a person may use a facility.
State Office Building Room B110 (Per Hour)    100.00
State Office Building Room B110 - Legislative General Session (Monday thru Friday)
    During the hours of 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday-Friday during the Legislative General Session, there is a rental rate of $0. The State Capitol Preservation Board may establish the maximum amount of time a person may use a facility.
White Community Memorial Chapel    500.00
White Community Memorial Chapel (12 noon to 12 midnight the day before scheduled event)    250.00
Chairs (Charges Per Chair)    1.50
Tables (Charges Per Table)    7.00
Risers (Per Section)    25.00
Portable P.A. System    250.00
Podium without Microphone    20.00
Podium with Microphone    35.00
Standing Microphone    15.00
Upright Piano    50.00
Baby Grand Piano    200.00
Easel    10.00
Stanchion    10.00
Extension Cords    5.00
Flags (No Charge)
Garbage Cans (No Charge)
Nonprofit, Government Nonofficial Business, K thru 12, Higher Ed Rental Rates


Capitol Hill Grounds (A, B, C, D) (Per Hour)    750.00
Capitol Hill Grounds (A, B, C, D) (Per Event)    2,500.00
Capitol Hill Grounds (A-South Lawn) (Per Hour)    400.00
Capitol Hill Grounds (A-South Lawn) (Per Event)    2,000.00
Capitol Hill Grounds (B-SE Outside of Oval) (Per Hour)    200.00
Capitol Hill Grounds (B-SE Outside of Oval) (Per Event)    1,000.00
Capitol Hill Grounds (C-SW Outside of Oval) (Per Hour)    200.00
Capitol Hill Grounds (C-SW Outside of Oval) (Per Event)    1,000.00
Capitol Hill Grounds (D-West Lawn) (Per Hour)    150.00
Capitol Hill Grounds (D-West Lawn) (Per Event)    500.00
Capitol Hill Parking Lot (Per Stall, Per Day for Section of Lot) (For Events Only)    10.00
Capitol Hill Visitor Parking Lot (Per Lot, Per Day for Section of Lot)    300.00
    (For Events Only)
Capitol Hill Rotunda (Mon thru Thur) (Per Event)    2,000.00
Capitol Hill Rotunda - Legislative General Session (Monday thru Friday)
    During the hours of 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday-Friday during the Legislative General Session, there is a rental rate of $0. The State Capitol Preservation Board may establish the maximum amount of time a person may use a facility.
Capitol Hill Rotunda (Fri thru Sun) (Per Event)    2,300.00
Capitol Gold Room (Per Event) (Under Governor's Office Direction)    2,000.00
Capitol Hill Hall of Governors (Per Event)    1,300.00
Capitol Hill Hall of Governors - Legislative General Session (Monday thru Friday)
    During the hours of 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday-Friday during the Legislative General Session, there is a rental rate of $0. The State Capitol Preservation Board may establish the maximum amount of time a person may use a facility.
Capitol Hill Plaza (Per Hour)    200.00
Capitol Hill Plaza (Per Event)    1,300.00
Capitol Hill Room 170 (Per Hour)    50.00
Capitol Hill Room 170 - Legislative General Session (Monday thru Friday)
    During the hours of 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday-Friday during the Legislative General Session, there is a rental rate of $0. The State Capitol Preservation Board may establish the maximum amount of time a person may use a facility.
Capitol Hill Room 210 (Per Hour)    50.00
Capitol Hill Room 210 - Legislative General Session (Monday thru Friday)


    During the hours of 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday-Friday during the Legislative General Session, there is a rental rate of $0. The State Capitol Preservation Board may establish the maximum amount of time a person may use a facility.
Capitol Hill State Room (Per Event)    1,000.00
Capitol Hill Senate/House Building Lobby (Per Hour)    50.00
Capitol Hill Multipurpose Room (Per Hour)    50.00
Capitol Hill Multipurpose Room - Legislative General Session (Monday thru Friday)
    During the hours of 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday-Friday during the Legislative General Session, there is a rental rate of $0. The State Capitol Preservation Board may establish the maximum amount of time a person may use a facility.
Capitol Hill Committee Room 250 (Per Hour)    150.00
Capitol Hill Board Room (Per Hour)    75.00
Capitol Hill Olmsted Room (Per Hour)    50.00
Capitol Hill Olmsted Room - Legislative General Session (Monday thru Friday)
    During the hours of 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday-Friday during the Legislative General Session there is a rental rate of $0.
Capitol Hill Olmsted Room - Legislative General Session (Monday thru Friday)
    During the hours of 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Monday-Friday, the Capitol Hill Olmsted Room has a rate of $0 if the renter uses the preferred caterer to provide food services during the room rental; or provides evidence that attendees have purchased food from the preferred caterer.
Capitol Hill Kletting Room (Per Hour)    50.00
Capitol Hill Kletting Room - Legislative General Session (Monday thru Friday)
    During the hours of 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday-Friday during the Legislative General Session there is a rental rate of $0.
Capitol Hill Kletting Room - Legislative General Session (Monday thru Friday)
    During the hours of 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Monday-Friday, the Capitol Hill Kletting Room has a rate of $0 if the renter uses the preferred caterer to provide food services during the room rental; or provides evidence that attendees have purchased food from the preferred caterer.
Capitol Hill Seagull Room (Per Hour)    50.00
Capitol Hill Seagull Room - Legislative General Session (Monday thru Friday)
    During the hours of 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.

Monday-Friday during the Legislative General Session there is a rental rate of $0.
Capitol Hill Seagull Room - Legislative General Session (Monday thru Friday)
    During the hours of 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Monday-Friday, the Capitol Hill Seagull Room has a rate of $0 if the renter uses the preferred caterer to provide food services during the room rental; or provides evidence that attendees have purchased food from the preferred caterer.
Capitol Hill Beehive Room (Per Hour)    50.00
Capitol Hill Beehive Room - Legislative General Session (Monday thru Friday)
    During the hours of 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday-Friday during the Legislative General Session there is a rental rate of $0.
Capitol Hill Beehive Room - Legislative General Session (Monday thru Friday)
    During the hours of 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Monday-Friday, the Capitol Hill Beehive Room has a rate of $0 if the renter uses the preferred caterer to provide food services during the room rental; or provides evidence that attendees have purchased food from the preferred caterer.
Capitol Hill Copper Room (Per Hour)    50.00
Capitol Hill Copper Room - Legislative General Session (Monday thru Friday)
    During the hours of 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday-Friday during the Legislative General Session there is a rental rate of $0.
Capitol Hill Copper Room - Legislative General Session (Monday thru Friday)
    During the hours of 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Monday-Friday, the Capitol Hill Copper Room has a rate of $0 if the renter uses the preferred caterer to provide food services during the room rental; or provides evidence that attendees have purchased food from the preferred caterer.
Capitol Hill Spruce Room (Per Hour)    50.00
Capitol Hill Spruce Room - Legislative General Session (Monday thru Friday)
    During the hours of 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday-Friday during the Legislative General Session there is a rental rate of $0.
Capitol Hill Spruce Room - Legislative General Session (Monday thru Friday)
    During the hours of 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Monday-Friday, the Capitol Hill Spruce Room has a rate of $0 if the renter uses the preferred caterer to provide food services during the room rental; or provides evidence that attendees have purchased food from the preferred caterer.


State Office Building Auditorium (Per Hour)    75.00
State Office Building Auditorium - Legislative General Session (Monday thru Friday)    75.00
    During the hours of 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday-Friday during the Legislative General Session.
State Office Building Auditorium - Legislative General Session (Monday thru Friday)
    During the hours of 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Monday-Friday, the State Office Building Auditorium has a rate of $0 if the renter uses the preferred caterer to provide food services during the room rental; or provides evidence that attendees have purchased food from the preferred caterer.
State Office Building Room 1112 (Per Hour)    50.00
State Office Building Room 1112 - Legislative General Session (Monday thru Friday)
    During the hours of 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday-Friday during the Legislative General Session, there is a rental rate of $0. The State Capitol Preservation Board may establish the maximum amount of time a person may use a facility.
State Office Building Room B110 (Per Hour)    50.00
State Office Building Room B110
    During the hours of 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday-Friday during the Legislative General Session, there is a rental rate of $0. The State Capitol Preservation Board may establish the maximum amount of time a person may use a facility.
White Community Memorial Chapel    500.00
White Community Memorial Chapel (12 noon to 12 midnight the day before scheduled event)    250.00
Chairs (Charges Per Chair)    1.50
Tables (Charges Per Table)    7.00
Risers (Per Section)    25.00
Portable P.A. System    250.00
Podium without Microphone    20.00
Podium with Microphone    35.00
Standing Microphone    15.00
Upright Piano    50.00
Baby Grand Piano    200.00
Easel    10.00
Stanchion    10.00
Extension Cords    5.00
Flags (No Charge)


Garbage Cans (No Charge)
Free Speech Rental Rates
No Fee for Public Space Usage
Chairs (Charges Per Chair)    1.50
Tables (Charges Per Table)    7.00
Risers (Per Section)    25.00
Portable P.A. System    250.00
Podium without Microphone    20.00
Podium with Microphone    35.00
Standing Microphone    15.00
Upright Piano    50.00
Baby Grand Piano    200.00
Easel    10.00
Stanchion    10.00
Extension Cords    5.00
Flags (No Charge)
Garbage Cans (No Charge)
Commercial Production Rental Rates
Capitol Rotunda (Per Day)    5,000.00
Capitol Hill Grounds (A, B, C, D) (Per Day)    2,500.00
Other Charges
Access/Press Badges    25.00
Locker Rentals (annual)    40.00
Security (per officer, per hour)    50.00
Additional Personnel (per person, per 1/2 hour)    25.00
Additional Labor (per person, per 1/2 hour)    25.00
Application Charge/Processing Fee    10.00
Adjustment Fee (per 1/2 hour, minimum 1/2 hour)    25.00
Re-set Up fee (per 1/2 hour, minimum 1/2 hour)    25.00
Private Caterers - sit down charge for Breakfast (per person)    3.00
Private Caterers - sit down charge for Lunch/Dinner (per person)    5.00
Private Caterers - Reception Charge - 10% of Total Bill
Insurance Coverage
Capitol Hill Complex Facilities and Grounds Usage - $1,000,000
    Section 3. Effective Date.
    This bill takes effect on July 1, 2012.


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