Adopted Fee Changes to begin July 1

Some fees increased as part of Fiscal Year 2019 budget

NORFOLK, VA –   New fees adopted as part of the Fiscal Year 2019 budget will take effect on July 1.
Fee increases will generate $3 million in additional revenue for the city and include:

  • Cemetery fees, such as grave and mausoleum openings and closings;
  • Planning fees, such as conditional use permits, zoning text amendments and site plans;
  • Fees for emergency medical services, fire inspections and false alarms;
  • Library printing fees and room rentals at Slover Library:
  • Ticket prices at Nauticus and the Virginia Zoo, and the per ticket facility use fee at cultural and entertainment venues;
  • Public Works permits such as right-of-way;
  • Fees for Recreation, Parks and Open Space facilities and programs such as recreation centers and before/after school care;

Additionally, the waste management fee was reduced.    For a full list of fee changes and to see the entire budget document: