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AG 90-060 oxi G 90 - 66 INTERLOCAL AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY AND KING COUNTY PROTECTION DISTRICT NUMBER ENFORCEMENT9 ,OFRTHE T UNIFORM DEVELOPMENT CODE. THIS AGREEMENT is made and entered this date by and between King County Fire Protection District Number 39 , a political subdivision of the State of Washington (hereinafter referred to as the "District") and the City of Federal Way, a non-charter optional municipal code city, incorporated under the laws of the State of Washington (hereinafter referred to as the "City") . WHEREAS, the City incorporated effective February 28 , 1990, at 12:01 A.M. , and WHEREAS, all local governmental authority and jurisdiction with respect to the newly incorporated City transferred to the City upon incorporation, and WHEREAS, the City has adopted land use regulations, a series of safety codes having to do with building, maintenance, and use of structure and their occupancies , including the Uniform Building Code (UBC) and the Uniform Fire Code (UFC) , and WHEREAS, the District has a fully functional Fire Prevention Division, staffed with trained personnel that regularly conducts fire code safety inspections and plan review in an area that includes the City, and WHEREAS, the City and the District wish to fully cooperate and refrain from duplicating needed services, NOW THEREFORE, In consideration of terms and provisions contained herein, it is agreed by and between the City and the District as follows: 1. The District will appoint a representative (s) to participate in the City' s development review process. This will include such items as Site Plan Review process , Technical Review Committee, Pre-Construction conferences, and code enforcement. The City will advise the District in a timely manner of meetings that require their attendance. 2. The District will carry out the intent of the Uniform Fire Code for the City by conducting inspections, investigations, performing plan review, and maintaining a Fire Prevention Division. Inspections of existing occupancies will be conducted as follows : _ a. Inspections are to be performed as per Section 2.201 and Section 4. 104 of the UFC. ORIGINAL Interlocal Agreement Page 2 b. Inspections in accordance with Section 4.104 shall be conducted atare least to annually. conductedInin all a cases regularly inspections ularly scheduled manner. c. The District will serve written notice on violation of the UFC to gain compliance and follow up with a reinspection in a timely manner. d. If compliance is not achieved after the first reinspection, a second written notice will be served. e. After a second reinspection for violation and a non- compliance still exists, then the Fire Marshal will confer with the Building Official and jointly prepare the enforcement action. f. At the time of the first inspection, Fire Prevention Division Inspectors will determine if a valid permit is held by occupancies requiring a permit, pursuant to UFC Article 4 . If a valid permit is not held, an application will be given to the occupant along with instructions that the application must be filed with the Building Official . The District shall notify the City of their action. g. When the City receives an application for a permit pursuant to UFC. Article 4 , the City will forward the application to the District for approval . Upon approval of the application, the District will return it to the City for permit issuance. 80% of all fees collected for UFC Article 4 permits will be sent to the District on a quarterly basis. The remaining 20% will be retained by the City. 3 . The District will conduct Fire Investigations in conformance with the UFC and other local , state or federal regulations. All investigations involving the crimes of arson or mischievous burning are to be conducted and the appropriate police agency notified. This does not preclude any coordination or cooperation of any other appropriate agency. 4. A copy of plans submitted to the City for building construction and/or alteration will be submitted to the District for review, when deemed necessary by the Building Official. Generally, the District will be responsible for determining: - a. Fire hydrant locations. Interlocal Agreement Page 3 b. Locations of Fire Department connections for standpipes and sprinkler systems. c. Key box locations and approvals . d. Determine fire flow availability in areas where the Water/Sewer District does not have sufficient information. e. Road access to property and buildings for fire fighting purposes, including designating fire lanes. 5 . The District will assist the city and jointly review plans for Automatic Fire Suppression Systems and Fire Alarm and/or Detection Systems. 6 . The District will assist the City from time to time, as necessary, to perform field inspections during various stages of construction on new and renovated buildings, other than single family residences or private garages. 7 . The District will be responsible for witnessing tests of Automatic Fire Suppression Systems and Fire Alarm and/or Detection Systems. Such tests are to be performed by the installer. 8 . The City and the District will jointly conduct final inspections of new buildings other than single family dwellings or private garages. 9 . For such assistance of enforcing the codes and ordinances as adopted by the City, the City agrees to pay the District on a quarterly basis as follows: a. For assistance with plan review and inspection of buildings classified as Group A, B, E, H, I and R1 Occupancy, the Fire Marshal Plan Check Fee collected pursuant to the Uniform Fire Code Fee Resolution as adopted by the City. b. For assistance with plan review and inspection of Automatic Fire Suppression Systems and Fire Alarm and/or Detection Systems , the Fire Marshal Plan Check Fee and the Fire Marshal Permit Fee for such systems collected pursuant to the Uniform Fire Code Fee Resolution as adopted by the City. 10 . The District will review applications and perform field inspections of fireworks stands and public displays to insure compliance of applicable State and City laws. For such assistance, the City agrees to pay the District 75% of Interlocal Agreement Page 4 the fees authorized by the City fireworks ordinance. The City will issue fireworks permits and administer any bond 5� r the fireworks ordinance Suchpaymentsdshall retain ain 25% of of be made quarterly. 11. This agreement shall be administered by the Chief of the District or the Chief' s designee and the City Manager or the Manager' s designee. 12 . The City is contracting with the District to obtain the expertise which the District acknowledges and warrants its personnel possess. The employees of the District performing services under this Agreement shall , under no circumstances, be construed as being employees of the City. the with respect to the services provided by pursuant to this Agreement, hereby agrees to indemnify, defend and hold the City harmless from any and all claims for personal injury, property damage or other claims of any nature whatsoever arising out of the acts, omissions or performance of any of the District' s personnel in carrying out services contracted to be provided under this Agreement. Said agreement of indemnification shall include indemnification by the District of the City for any claims for injuries made by the District' s agents or employees as against the City, not withstanding any immunities that might otherwise have been available to the District by virtue of the Workman' s Compensation Act, Title 51 RCW. The foregoing items are not intended to be all-inclusive, but to demonstrate intent of a cooperation needed to comply with the codes and goals of the City and the District. IN WITNESS THEREOF, the parties have executed this Agreement. CITY: 71114767/:" DIS '£t ' / cdr ./1/74", e4.- Lfri/i4( 44) • 0072. 030. 006 JDW/naa 06/28/90 RESOLUTION NO. 90-38 A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY, WASHINGTON, RELATING TO THE ESTABLISHMENT OF FEES FOR APPLICATIONS AND PERMITS FOR THE CITY; AND AMENDING RESOLUTION NO. 90-18 TO ESTABLISH CERTAIN FEES FOR PERMITS AND INSPECTIONS REQUIRED UNDER THE UNIFORM FIRE CODE AND DELETING FEES RELATING TO SEPTIC TANKS. THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY, WASHINGTON, HEREBY RESOLVES AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. A new Section 3 (B) is hereby added to Exhibit A of Resolution No. 90-18 to establish fees for certain permits and inspections under the Uniform Fire Code as set forth in the attached Exhibit A, hereby incorporated in full by this reference. Section 2. Section 5(C) of Exhibit A to Resolution No. 90-18, establishing permits for septic tanks, is hereby repealed. Section 3. The fees established herein shall be effective as of the date of passage of this resolution. RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Federal Way this 24th day of July , 1990. APPROVED: 041,7-J )e, -/ MAYOR, DEBRA ERTEL AT EST/AUTHENTICATED: ___!_ - .. - - - ITY CLERK, MAUREEN M. W' EY JDW00900R -1- 14. PY I FILED WITH THE CITY CLERK: June 28, 1990 PASSED BY THE CITY COUNCIL: July 24, 1990 RESOLUTION NO. 90-38 JDW00900R -2- UNIFORM FIRE CODE _ PERMIT FEES Section 4.108 of the Uniform Fire Code requires permits be n obtained from the Bureau of Fire Preventioctnrior to fgagingni. the following activities, operations, p Fees to cover inspections and AREadministrative UNLESSoOTHERWISEeNOTEDset for these permits. ALL F EES 4.108 a 1. Aircraft refueling vehicles $ 57 .50 2. Aircraft repair hangers 67$ 57 .50 .55 0 a. Airports - heliports - helistops $ 60.00 3 . Automobile wrecking yards b 1. Bon fires or rubbish fires $ N/C /C 65 .00 2. Bowling pin or alley finishing N/C 3 . Burning in a public place 8 .00 c 1. Open flame in assembly areas $$ 4 48 .00 2 . Cellulose Nitrate film .00 3 . Cellulose Nitrate storage $ 6$ 48. 00 $ 4 . Combustible fiber storage 48. 00 5 . Combustible material storage $ 48.00 6 . Compressed gases $ 65 .00 7. Cryogens; storage, use d 1. Dry cleaning plants - Class I , II , III $ 48.00 2. Dust producing operations $ 48 .00 e 1. Explosive or blasting agents - Manufacturing $ 100 .00$ 80.00 Storage $ 80 .00 Use/sale f 1. Flammable or combustible liquids 65.00 pipeline operation and excavation $ 2. Flammable or combustible liquids in underground tanks - See RCW Installation under Mechanical Code $ N/C /C 3 . Removal of underground tanks 4 . Inside storage of 5 gallon or more 65.00 of flammable/combustible liquids $ 65 .00 5 . Fruit ripening 6 . Fumigation or thermal insecticidal $ 65.00 fogging - toxic or flammable $ 48 .00 g 1. Garages UFC Fee Schedule Page 2 $ 48 .00 h 1. Hazardous materials $ 88 . 00 a. Haz-Mat recycling 45 .00 b. Fiberglass operation $$ 140.00 2 . Hazardous materials production $ 40. 00 3 . High piled combustible storage $ 57 .50 j i. Junk yards 1 1. Liquified petroleum g ases $ 48 .00$ 48 .00 2 . Lumber yards $ 65 .00 m 1. Magnesium working uses) - 2. Mall covered (temporary 45 .00 Each event $$1,0 4545 .00 Yearly $ 65 .00 3 . Matches $ 65 .00 4 . Medical gases - gas and liquid $ 100 .00 o 1. Oil and natural gas wells $ 22.00 2 . Open flame devices in marinas $ 65 .00 3 . Organic coating operation $ 65 .00 4 . Ovens; industrial baking $ 15.00 p i. Parade floats $ 15 .00 2 . Places of assembly 150 or more - $ 80 .00 Profit $ 22.00 Non-profit $ 48 .00 r 1. Radioactive materials $ 48. 00 2. Refrigeration equipment (large) $ 48. 00 3 . Rifle ranges s 1. Spraying or dipping (each unit) $ 57 .50 t 1 . Tank vehicles (unless done by others) $ 57 .50 2 . Tents , canopies and other temporary 8 ,00 membrane air-supported structures $$ 4 45.00 3 . Tire recapping w 1. Waste material handling p lant $ 65 .00 45 .00 2 . Welding and cutting operations $ 65 .00 3 . Woodworking - 05 times the Building For assistance with plan review permit fee. and inspection of buildings classified as Group A, B, E, H, I , or R1 Occu 2Sa UFC Fee Schedule - Page 3 - . 05 times the System Plan For assistance with plan review Plan Check Fee. Automatic Fire Suppression Systems. .05 times the System Permit F-or assistance with inspection of m Fee. Autoatic Fire Suppression Systems . 05 times the System Permit For assistance with lan review and Fee. ins ection of Fire Alarm and/or Detection Systems. •