How can cities complete the Municipal Fee and Expense Report by June 30?
Did you know that all cities that administer the State Building Code have to complete the Municipal Fee and Expense Report by June 30? During this free webinar, you’ll learn about the changes to the Municipal Construction and Development Fee Revenue and Expenses Annual Report and find out what you need to know to complete each section.
Presenters from the Department of Labor and Industry will update you on the changes to the 2021 report and provide instructions to help you tackle building construction permits, fee revenue, and expenses associated with Building Code Enforcement. Then, hear from the City of Cambridge and the City of St Louis Park on how their cities have approached fee revenue and expenses associated with development and fee revenue as well as capital expenditures associated with development-related infrastructure.
Take part in this online session to:
- Understand the purpose of a Municipal Fee and Expense Report.
- Learn which municipalities must submit a report.
- Find out how to complete and submit the report.
- Understand the foundation of a fee-for-service.
Scott McLellan, Director, Department of Labor and Industry
Scott McKown, Assistant Director, Department of Labor and Industry
Brian Hoffman, Building and Energy Director, City of St. Louis Park
Caroline Moe, Finance Director, City of Cambridge
Lisa Sova, Assistant Finance Director, League of Minnesota Cities
The following roles in cities that have adopted the code: administrators, managers, clerks, finance staff, planning and zoning staff, building officials, and community development roles
April 28 — 10-11 a.m.
A recording of this webinar will be available by April 29.
You will be participating via the internet using GoToWebinar. An email confirmation with instructions to join the session will be sent after registration is completed. Please note: If you don’t receive your email, check your junk or spam folder.