Oklahoma Water Resources Board the Water Agency
785:5-1-8. Dam Safety and Inspection Fees
A. Filing fees which must be submitted with each application to construct, enlarge, alter, or repair a dam (based on estimated cost of construction, enlargement, etc.) are as follows:
$99,999 or less estimated cost $200
$100,000 through $19,999,999 estimated cost One-half of one percent (0.5%) of estimated cost; not to exceed $3,000
$20,000,000 or greater estimated cost $10,000
 
B. Fees for inspections of dams classified as low or significant hazard potential made at request of a person who is not an owner of the dam or other routine or periodic inspections conducted by Board personnel are as follows:
Small (see 785:25-3-3) $250.00 for each inspection visit.
Intermediate (see 785:25-3-3) $500.00 for each inspection visit.
Large (see 785:25-3-3) $1,000.00 for each inspection visit.
 
C. Fees for inspections of dams classified as high hazard potential made at request of a person who is not an owner of the dam or other routine or periodic inspections conducted by Board personnel shall be the actual cost of such inspection.
 
D. The fee required for issuance of a certificate of completion is $25.00 plus, if applicable, the inspection fee set out in subsection (B) or (C) of this Table.
 
E. Inspection report review and administration fees are due with submittal of the inspection reports as follows:
Significant hazard dams $300 once every three (3) years
High hazard dams $350 each year; provided that if the inspection report and fee is not submitted by the date specified, an additional fee of $50.00 will be due.
 
Source: Amended at 9 Ok Reg 1673, eff 5-11-92; Amended at 11 Ok Reg 2909, eff 6-13-94; Amended at 12 Ok Reg 2667, eff 7-1-95; For more information, see the complete set of Chapter 5 Rules.


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