The City Council voted Tuesday to raise city service fees, despite protests by some residents.
Fees will be raised for services such as recreation, building inspections, environmental reviews, library use, parking and vehicle code enforcement.
Certain fees were exempted for further study. They include a proposed new fee for responding to a false alarm and an increase in sewer and water service fees.
The city expects to receive more than $1 million a year from the increases, which were proposed after a $65,000 study by Management Services Institute.