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Budget 1979-80c it of rancho rttlr-t -.1 WIT program of F I TABLE OF CONTENTS Budget Message --------------------------------------------------------- i General Information ----------------------------------------------------1 RevenueSummary --------------------------------------------------------2 Expenditure Summary ----------------------------------------------------5 Department Budget CityCouncil ------------------------------------------------------7 City Manager -City Clerk ------------------------------------------10 Finance -City Treasurer -------------------------------------------14 Retirement -------------------------------------------------------18 CityHall --------------------------------------------------------19 General Government -----------------------------------------------22 Community Development Planning Division ---------------------------------------------24 Building & Safety --------------------------------23 Engineering--------------------------------------------------- 32 Police----------------------------------------------------------------36 Community Services ----------------------------------------------------40 Contingency -----------------------------------------------------------44 TrafficSafety --------------------------------------------------------45 Capital Improvement Program -------------------------------------------46 CETA------------------------------------------------------------------ 51 Assessed Valuation ----------------------------------------------------53 Statement of Bonded Indebtedness --------------------------------------54 or J "arc.; TM � rpt �a 11 r F I May 21, 1979 To: Honorable Mayor & City Council City of Rancho Cucamonga, California Cita" Of a I A NGHO (�jUCAMONGA The City of Rancho Cucar,orga's Program of Service for Fiscal Year 1979-30 is hereby submitted for your review and adoption. The proposed budget for the coming year totals $7,290,790. It is significant to note that the proposed financial plan for the next twelve months is (1) balanced, (2) ,provides for improved levels of service, and (3) begins to deal with the most essential needs of the community. U1hile the City's first Program of Services specified expenditures on a line -item basis, this year's budget is structured more toward a proqram format and includes immediate and long-range goals and objectives for each department. In order to evaluate our efforts to meet the specified goals, it is anticipated that a comprehensive mid -year progress report will be scheduled for the City Council and staff. This forum will not only assist in program evaluation, but more importantly, it will provide the City Council with an opportunity to discuss future budgetary consider- ations prior to the preparation of next year's budget. It should also be noted that the management team will be reviewing goals, objectives, and accomplishments on a quarterly basis. REVENUE PROJECTIONS Three substantial revenue sources will be generated for the first time in Fiscal Year 1979-80. They are the Beautification, Systems, and Storm Drain Fees. Sales taxes and in lieu funds represent a significant increase in the General Fund revenues. This is, of course, directly attributable to the opening of several large shopping centers this oast year. In addition, at least one other major shopping complex will be opening in late summer or early fall. The recent increase in the City's census is also responsible for an increase in anticipated in lieu funds. During the next fi,cal vear, the City :;ill also be receiving Federal P.evenue Sharinq Funds (or the first time. RECONNENDATION FOR BUILDING FACILITIES The City has already outgrown the three offices being leased for temporary quarters. It is essential that we begin planning for an interim office structure which could be used for approximately seven to ten years, until such time as a civic center is planned in the area of Foothill and Haven. To begin this task, a special appropriation of approximately 5200,000 is recommended. Financing alternatives are presently being studied and a detailed report and recommendation will be forwarded to the City Council in the near future. i May 21, 197w Page 2 PERSONNEL RECOK"U1(;; TT"'JS Our employees cuntinue +.o he the lifeblood of the services we render to the community. Bkcauze of the staggering increase in workload and the increasing demand For ^•.rice it is recommended that the following em- ployees now funded by tL,e I.ETA federaily ,00nsored program be transitioned to permanent stat.,_ Clerk Typist (Admimi,trai:ion) Receptionist/Cashier (=finance) ;.jerk Typist (Engineering) Maintenance Worker - (2) (Community Services) nn'ire Cadets - (4) (Sheriffs) It is also proposed that the Following new positions be authorized by the City Council: Account Clerk (Finance) sc. ercnunt. Clerk (Finance) ClerU Typist (Engineering) Asst. Civil Engineer (Engineering) Park Maintenance Supervisor (Community Services) Recreation Coordinator (Community Services) Maintenance Worker I (3) (Community Services) Ma'ntenance Worker II (2)(Community Services) Part time Clerk Typist (.,) (Building Division) The following reclassifications are proposed: Reclassify Clerk Typist to Secretary (Engineering) Reclassify Building Technician II to Plan Checker (Building Division) Reclassify Park/Recreation supervisor to Recreation _ Suoervisor (Community 'Services) SUNMAR`! The 1979-80 Frocram of '1?rvice total _x7,290,190, of which 34,310,362 is designates: for gen_ral fund operational expe,-ditures and 52,980,428 allocated tc sp c ci i•,nd;. Although 'he Proposed budget Falls -short of providing desired !G 1s of ser:ic- in a r=nidly expanding community, the Ci:, .:i'., r'e t -nue f;r„ i•.a these services deemed essen- tial to .he cog ..:, r.a?••, effor- w.l' also be placed on securing outside ,in..c ,;l v app] icati.:n federal or state grant fund[-_ A sincere no.e of, ari-e--iatlon Is expi'P;Srd to the City's management team for their assist,;^'e in preparinrl fh;e financial plan which is being presented for y:,ur consideracion. Res pe t Sly submitted, Lauren aasserman ii City Manager E I I I i M M M M ft tel+ UL N& W: WL W wdL te& aw� wwj am- um . CTTV OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA Incorporated ... ................November 30, 1977 Type of Goverameut...............General Law Form o, Goverr,nent.. ...........Council -Manager Climate .... ......... ..........Average Rainfall - 11" Average Temperature Low - 470 High - 860 Hoi; i iq . . ...16,956 L i tl ZcA= of idnchC Cuca conga City, Council Jon Mikels Michael Pal Fhii_; pchlosser Flanning Commission Herman Rempel Dick Dahl City Manager Garcia Lauren Wasserman ?r;.e° Jones Tolstoy I Ci*y Staff Administration; Community Services Community Development Finance/TreasT Public Works City Clerk: Bill Holley Jack Lam Harry Empey Lloyd Hubby Lauren r Police Tom Wickum revenue summary REVENUE SUMMARY 1979-80 1978-79 CATEGORY BUDGET Taxes: Property Tax 3025F.4 Sales & Use Tax 250000. Cigarette Tax 950001 Property Transfer Tax 75000 Franchises 235000 Sub -total 957564 Licenses & Permits: Business Licenses Dog Licenses Building Permits Other Licenses & Permits Sub -total Fines, Forfeitures, & Penalties: Court Fines Revenue from Other Agencies: Alcoholic Beverage Motor Vehicle in Lieu Off -Highway License Fees Highway Carriers Business License Tax_ Sub-totai Charges for Services: Engineering Fees Planning Fees Sub -total 105000 1000 320000 250 426250 1978-79 REVISED 203800 1087787 106857 136437 276176 1811057 173027 1075 440229 613 � UIVI. ESTIMATED 1979-80 239752 1096353 106830 70000 280000 1792935 150000 1000 297000 1000 ;x•111 2500 314 1000 46067 26517 -0- -0- 13476 18240 535761 584301 765409 -0- 649 693 -0- 5853 6684 584328 630796 792026 406„0 15291 100000 �lODO 204242 75000 ?OOn 300533 175000 ?tj ta"x z35 75z IJa)l VS3 job tic,4 I, 7q2 y3S ��2 i 7�5 iia ' (i. Lin £' Ptrr COQ J u N 5� daa Lf,L'� t66 FIMS £ far rQ,;'� ao 1- �" 00 v I t d too Li�55 do-, vIL �I s, A i F Gel I1 LJo L 1 � sF 14w� �1,,, •� c4'/ d,r 'as tic .' r, "r 1h l L 1 t 'F -t f REVENUE SUMMARY 1979-80 7 1978-79 1978_79 ESTIMATED 1979-80 BUDGET REVISED CATEGORY Miscellaneous: 55000 12;839 81000 Interest Earnings 100 ,571 1400 Sale of Printed Material 11300 7926 -0 — Other Revenues 66'0:, 1353 P.6 82400 Sub -total 213541'7 5 3.19530 3291361 TOTALS Special Revenue - Transfers in: 135189 Revenue Sharing 91680 2:�e06 30000 Traffic Safety Fund 6000 6000 6000 Gas Tax 2107.5 -0- 214000 192159 S.B. 154 Distribution 9768,0 245806 413348 Subtotal TOTAL GENERAL FUND 223322'' 3739336 3704709 598982 657663 656936 Prior Year Carry over 2740524 4396999 4361645 Total Operating Revenue Special Funds Revenue _0_ 127207 -0- Park Grant 99300 224306 493298 Park Development 817366 816311 1086367 Local Transportation & Gas 0 36473 337500 Storm Drains 122135 96656 47165 CETA -0_ -0- 222000 FAU -0- -0- 240000 Block Grant 1„691 336600 System Oewe_,WneW*-0- 78316 103145 Beautification 1:5189 Revenue Sharir.�: iind ;.'it.; Fac.i -0' - _0_ 344700 — Xfer General 103f .. 1393500 3445964 Total Special F"n's __ 377���-'>; 57?09s?o 7807609 TOTAL ESTIMATED R'EVE.AiL --- 7 U Ll Lj 0 E expenditure x ed a ns, r .r F�1t, summary bqmmay®y Fund City Council City Administrator/City Clerk Finance/City Treasurer Retirement (PERS) City Hall General City Functions Planning Building & Safety Engineering Police Community Services Contingency Xfer to Other Fund EXPENDITURE SUMMARY 1979-80 No. of -0- Services & Capital Capital 1086367 Employees Salaries Supplies Outlay Improvement Total 5 12000 6640 -0- -0- 18640 4 92990 21240 250 -0- 114480 6 82599 63545 5564 -0- 151708 --- -0- 86666 -0- -0- 86666 --- -0- 97472 18017 -0- 115489 --- -0- 577267 -0- -0- 577267 11 157228 128820 1480 -0- 287528 10 188826 19122 17018 -0- 224966 11 221366 20207 15650 -0- 257223 4912 1513585 151173 87495 -0- 1752253 14 202730 77177 13254 -0- 293161 --- -0- -0- -0- 137564 137564 --- -0- -0- -0- 344700 344700 Total General Fund 10512 2471324 1249329 158728 482264 4361645 Special Funds: Local Trans. & Gas Tax --- -0- -0- -0- 1086367 1086367 FAU --- -0- -0- -0- 222000 222000 Bolck Grant (HUD) --- -0- -0- -0- 240000 240000 Park Development --- -0- -0- -0- 493298 493298 Storm Drain --- -0- 100000 -0- 287500 387500 System Development --- -0- 70000 -0- 266600 336600 Revenue Sharing --- -0- 185189 -0- -0- 185189 Beautification (City) --- -0- -0- 24103 79042 103145 Manpower 9 47165 -0- -0- -0- 47165 City Facilities (Xfer from Gen.) --- -0- -0- -0- 344700 344700 Total Special Funds 9 47165 355189 24103 3019507 3445964 Total Budget 114i 2518489 1604518 182831 3501771 7807609 EXPENDITURES BY MAJOR SOURCE 1978-79 BUDGET COMMUNITY AND CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS 33.8% 1979-80 BUDGET COMMUNITY AND CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS 44.2% E GENERAL GOVERNMENT 35.6% COMMUNITY POLICE PROTECTION 30.6% 0 E GENERAL GOVERNMENT 33.4% uruwiJITY POLICE SERVICES_ 22.4% r �' KOC rak,' ;;� E DEPARTMENTAL GOALS SUMMARY CITY COUNCIL 1979--80 A Departmental Goals. It is the goal of the City Council to establish policies and to pursue objectives that result in the most effective and efficient a allocation of city resources for the benefit of the citizens of Rancho Cucamonga. I 9 ANNTU.U. B`rJk-,Ef rLAS FUNCTION eral Legislative SIFICAT10N Salaries services and Supplies Capital outlay Total Expense Number of Positions I SUMMARY DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY Cit Council ACCOUNT 01-10 CURRENT CURRENT PROPOSED ADOPTED BUDGET EXPENSE BUDGET BUDGET 1978-79 1978-79- 1979-80 1979-80 12000 12000 12000 12000 6215 3362 6640 18215 15362 17900 18640 5 5 CT_TY OF TANCHO CUCAMONGA 7 I r r �I I 8 AJ,; J,L BUD7,T 1979-60 PERSONNEL SCHEDULE � FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT General Legislative City Council 01-10 POSITION! TITLE POSITIONS EXPENDITURES ADOPTED BUDGET o CURRENT PROPOSED Budget Budget z o m z vi m M m p -I o Councilman 5 5 5 12000 12000 12000 I i TOTAL 5 5 5 12000 12000 12000 CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 8 i nni nu ini RIInr.FT - ANNUAL BUDGET SERVICES AND SUPPLIES FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT General Legislative City Council 01-10 Office Supplies CURRENT REVISED PROPOSED ADOPTED ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION BUDGET EXPENSE BUDGET BUDGET 01-10-23 Printing & Publications 650 47 500 500 01-10-24 Office Supplies 300 30 300 300 01-10-25 Travel, Mileage, Meetings 5265 3285 5100 5840 TOTAL 1 6215 ACTIVITY INFORMATION Travel, Mileage, Meetin s SANBAG, SCAG 300 League of California Cities 1500 Labor Relations Institute 1200 Citrus Belt Division Meetings 150 National League of Cities 750 Mileage @ .22/mile 1500 TOTAL CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 5840 3362 1 DEPARTMENTAL GOALS SUMMARY CITY MANAGER/CITY CLERK 1979--80 Departmental Goals: 1. To supervise and administer the programs and services provided by the city. 2. To provide timely information which is essential in order to keep the City Council, executive management team, and citizens of Rancho Cucamonga informed of significant local problems, programs, and priorities. This goal will be accomplished in the following manner: A. By preparing comprehensive periodic reports for the City Council. B. By placing a greater emphasis on communication through the news media with employees and citizens concerning city activities and problems. 3. To continue efforts to foster a greater employee awareness of city problems, programs, and priorities. This will be accom- plished in the following manner: A. By meeting quarterly with the executive management team to evaluate the progress made in attaining departmental and city goals. B. By making a greater effort to personally review the activities of each city department on a regular basis not -only to view departmental activities, but also to explain or discuss city goals and priorities. C. By increasing the frequency of written, informal communications with city employees. 4. To provide timely information to the City Council concerning pending state, local, or federal legislation which may have an inpact upon the city. Clerk Departmental Goals Page Two -ne records management program established departments. -er the municipal election process. :.NINUiL BUDGET FUND FUNCTION Ceneral Administration -LASSIFICATION I Salaries Services and Supplies Capital Outlay Total Expense Number of Positions I I i I I SUMMARY DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT City Mgr -City Clerk 01-11 CURRENT I CURRENT PROPOSED ADOPTED BUDGET EXPENSE BUDGET BUDGET 1978-79 1978-79 1979-80 1979-80 63070 16216 1230 39114 13657 5811 81533 21245 250 80516 58582 1103028 3 4 r T I 1 11 AA11r-n CTI( A%InNGA 10 92990 21240 250 114480 ANIJUAL BUDG T PERSONNEL SCHEDULE FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT 01-11 General Administration- POSITION TITLE POSITIONS EXPENDITURES ADOPTED n o CURRFNT PROPOSED BUDGET A BUDGET BUDGET z o � m vm � o City Manager/City Clerk 1 1 1 43000 43000 47004 Asst. To City Manager 1 1 1 18890 20820 25632 Admin. Sec./Deputy City Clerk (CET") 1 1 1 1180 10485 12117 Steno Clerk (CETA) 0 1 1 -0- 6228 7237 Overtime -0- 500 500 Part -Time -0- 500 500 TOTAL .-----T3 4 4 63070 81533 90 11 CITY OF R%NCHO CUCAMONGA 11 A14NIJAL BUDGET IIFUN General I ACCOUNT 01-11-20 01-11-23 01-11-24 01-11-25 01-11-28 01-11-33 01-11-56 ANNUAL BUDGET SERVICES AND SUPPLIES TION (DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY Administration City Mgr -City Clerk CURRENT REVISED CLASSIFICATION BUDGET EXPENSE Legal Advertising Printing & Publications Office Supplies Travel, Mileage, Meetings Contract Services Office Machine Maintenance Dues TOTAL 01-11 PROPOSED i B�DGET BUDGET t 3000 4619 3000 3000 6245 752 5500 5500 1400 761 750 750 4704 5691 54-00 5425 75 548 5100 5100 160 143 675 675 632 1143 790 790 ACTIVITY INFORMATION 13657 Travel Mileage Meetings 50 600 M.M.A.S.C. Meeting League of California Cities 1200 600 Local Meetings Labor Relations Institute 5425 165 TOTAL Citrus Belt Executive Colmnittee 165 Dues Citrus Belt Division Meetings City Clerks Institute (North) 300 Int. Institute of Municiple Clerks 40 City Clerks Institute (South) 70 I.C.M.A' A.S.P.A. 350 30 30 575 M.M.A.S.C. 1 5 15 League of Calif. Cities -Mgr. W.G.R.A. 750 Kiwanis of Cities So. City Clerks 30 750 Assoc. 230 Lgue Misc. TOTAL 7e 200 Club (:ITY OF PANCtiO CUCAMONGA 12 zi A;BdUAL BIIDGRT FUNCTION :--neral Administration r.nWJT CLASSIFICATION 01-11-44 1 Equipment Capital Outlay Model Contracts CAPITAL OUTLAY ' DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY Cit Mgr. -City Clerk CURRENT REVISED BUDGET EXPENSE ACCOUNT 01-11 PROPOSED ADOPTS BUDGET BUDGET 1230 5811 250 250 TOTAL 1230 ACTIVITY INFORMATION 250 CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 5811 1 250 1 25 13 DEPARTMENTAL GOALS SUMMARY FINANCE DEPARTMENT/CITY TREASURER 0 1979--80 Departmental Goals: 1. To administer the city's financial needs by: A. Investing alternative revenues for the city. B. In maximizing interest earnings on idle funds by investing in the best programs available as perscribed by state law. 2. To provide timely financial reports which are essential to certain management decisions by: A. Improving the timeliness of financial reports. B. Upgrading from an interim data processing system to a more diversified system that is capable of detailed reports that are now presently done by hand. 3. To exercise more effective control over purchasing procedures by: A. Completing a purchasing procedure manual for each department. • B. Implementing an upgraded data processing system to facilitate time -use efficiency. C. Monitoring and controlling the withdrawal of supplies from the inventory storeroom. 4. To establish better internal financial controls by delegating duties among existing staff and new employees as recommended by the auditors. 0 Finance/City Treasurer Departmental Goals Page Two 5. To expand business license activities to include field inspections by implementing a more complete data processing system to free the license inspector to conduct necessary field work. 6. To review and keep current the city's insurance portfolio in the following manner: A. By reviewing current and projected insurance trends. B. By exploring areas of risk management and self insurance to the highest degree attainable. C. By investigating Health Maintenance Organizations in preparation for the implementation of the federally mandated program. 1 7 r A To prepare the City Program of Service to be a more effective measurement tool by: A. Investigating alternative budget methods. B. Using the budget as a picture of city goals rather than a listing of detailed expenditures. ANNUAL BUDGET SUMMARY v` FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT General Finance Finance-City Treasurer 01-12 LASSIFICATION CURRENT CURRENT PROPOSED ADOPTED BUDGET EXPENSE BUDGET BUDGET 1978-79 1978-79 1979-80 1979-80 Salaries 35690 29761 71445 82599 Services and supplies 24609 20401 63135 63545 Capital Outlay 4050 9117 5564 5564 Total Expense 62909 59279 140144 151708 Number of Positions 3 6 6 riwivunu uw v� v � ANNUAL BUDGET PERSONNEL SCHEDULE FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT General Finance Finance - City Treasurer 01-12 POSITION TITLE POSITIONS EXPENDITURES ADOPTED z o CURRENT PROPOSED BUDGET c z o v 0 v m M m z � r+ o o Finance Director/City Treasurer 1 1 22800 22800 28980 Business License Inspector 1 1 11808 12398 13611 Account Clerk I 1 2 582 19814 21752 Cashier/Receptionist (CETA) 0 1 -0- 4125 4793 Account Clerk II 0 1 -0- 11808 12963 Overtime 0 1 500 500 500 l TOTAL 3 6 35690 71445 '2599 CITY OF P,P.NCHO CUCAMONGA 15 ANNUAL BUDGET SERVICES AND SUPPLIES ANNUAL BUDGET TY DEPARTMENT OR;NN ACCOUNT �i ND FUNCTION General Finance Finance - a urer CURREEVISED - PROPOSED ADOPTED CLASSIFICATION BUDGEXPENSE BUDGET BUDGET P.000UNT _0_ _0_ 200 200 01-12-20 Legal Advertising C1-12-23 Printing & Publications 3750 4179 3500 3500 10650 5267 9950 9950 01-12-24 Office Supplies 01-12-25 Travel, Mileage, Meetings 1200 1500 3050 3460 8109 8797 45720 45720 01-12-28 Contractual Services 300 -0- -0- -0- 01-12-29 General Expense 01-12-33 Office Machine Maintenance 400 558 475 475 200 100 240 240 01-12-56 Dues TOTAL 24609 20401 63135 63545 ACTIVITY INFORMATION Travel Mileage Meetings League of California Cities 300 Labor Relations Institute 175 250 CSMFOA Conferences CMBTA Conferences 300 250 CMTA Conference 380 Local Meetings 1805 3460 Mileage @ .22/mi. Contractual Services Computer Services 45720 45720 Dues 70 CMFOA 20 MMASC 25 CMBTA 50 CTA MBOA 20 240 55 Misc. Dues 16 CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA ANNUAL BUDGET CAPITAL OUTLAY UtJD Gpneral FUNCTION Finanrp DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY Fi-v Trpaqtirpr ACCOUNT 01-12 CURRENT REVISED PROPOSED ADOPTED ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION BUDGET EXPENSE BUDGET BUDGET 01-12-44 Equipment 4050 9117 5564 5564 TOTAL 15564 4050 9117 5564 Equipment Desk (1) Chair (1) Typewriter (1) Filing Cabs (4) Calculators (2) Bookcase (2) Data Processing Files Dividers ACTIVITY INFORMATION 9 CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 17 IANNUAL BUDGF,T FUND FUNCTION GeneraT Contractual LASSIFICATION Salaries Services and Supplies Capital Outlay Total Expense Rate SUMMARY DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT Retirement System 01-15 CURRFNT I CURRENT PROPOSED ADOPTED BUDGET EXPENSE BUDGET BUDGET 1978-79 1978-79' 1979-80 1979-80 27593 1 71830 1 82345 1 86666 27593 71830 82345 86666 8.225 9.377 Actuarial valuation reports established that total employer rate effective July 1, 1979, shall be 9.377% and the previous employer rate to be 8.225%. CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA CITY OF RAMCPIO CUCANONGA 19 ANNUAL BUDGET ANNUAL BUDGET SERVICES AND SUPPLIES TION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT FUND FDNC I General City Facilities IACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION 01-17-21 Utilities 01-17-23 Postage 01-17-24 Office Supplies 01-17-28 Leases & Rents 01-17-34 Building Maintenance City Hall 01-17 CURRENT REVISED PROPOSED ADOPTS BUDGET EXPENSE BUDGET BUDGET 18920 18707 24316 24316 -0- -0- L 6000 -0- 2339 3500 3500 25920 29072 47024 60215 8150 3537 9948 9948 F & BM Lease 9340 Unit C Lease Copy Equipment City Hall 01-17 CURRENT REVISED PROPOSED ADOPTS BUDGET EXPENSE BUDGET BUDGET 18920 18707 24316 24316 -0- -0- 6000 6000 -0- 2339 3500 3500 25920 29072 47024 60215 8150 3537 9948 9948 TOTAL 152990 153655 90788 104039 ACTIVITY INFORMATION 38/sq. ft. 10944 55/sq. ft. 26400 16/sq. ft. 2364 38/sq. ft. 6567 14000 60275 CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 20 ANNUAL BUDGET CAPITAL OUTLAY A) ratip, FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ritv HAII ACCOUNT 01-17 :,C7UIIT CLASSIFICATION CU RENT BUDGET REVISED EXPENSE PROPOSED BUDGET ADOPTED BUDGET 01-17-43 Capital Outlay 6222 19452 13017 TOTAL 6222 19452 18017 ACTIVITY INFORMATION CaDtial Outla Security Alarm System 4894 Office Space Dividers 3606 Conference Chairs 3600 Council Chairs 4709 Waiting Room Chairs 1208 18017 CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 21 IANNUAL BUDGET FUND FUNCTION General General Government LASSIFICATION Salaries Services and supplies Capital Outlay Total Expense Number of Positions i CITY OF RANCf:O CL'CAMONGA SUMMARY DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT General City ACtivities 01-19 CURRENT I CURRENT PROPOSED ADOPTED BUDGET EXPENSE BUDGET BUDGET 1978-79 1978-79' 1979-80 1979-80 651567 1 487077 1550880 651567 1 487077 1550880 22 577267 577267 ANNUAL BUDGET FUNCTION ANNUAL BUDGET SERVICES AND SUPPLIES DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUN General General Government General Cit Activities CURRENT REVISED - PROPOSED ADOPTED CLASSIFICATION BUDGET EXPENSE BUDGET BUDGET � ACCOUNT 01-19-74 Long Term Disability _0_ 0 -0- _0_ 6000 3000 8000 3000 01-19-75 Tuition Reimbursement 0- -0- 2700 2700 01-19-76 Management Development 9900 6750 7500 7200 01-19-25 Automobile Allowance 28000 45750 30000 30000 01-19-28 Contractual - Legal _0- 5660 -0- -0- 01-19-50 Postage 1000 1633 2000 9000 01-19-51 Community Benefits 12500 -0- 12500 12500 01-19-52 Weed Abatement 25000 1371 25000 25000 01-19-54 01-19-55 Elections Adjustments -Contract Insurance 16042 1 7500 0000 0 8500 5394 01-19-56 01-19-60 Dues Copier Supplies & Lease 12000 12827 58250 -0- 76000 -0- 000 76 01-19-61 Insurance -Liability & Fire 105000 13083 -0- 0 01-19-62 Unemployment Insurance 10431 8405 27353 32340 01-19-63 Workers Comp. Insurance 20000 16934 19152 19152 Health Insurance 2134 1078 1821 1821 101-19-64 01-19-65 Life Insurance -0- _0- 1500 1500 01-19-66 Employment Advertising 3500 2.240 2500 5500 01-19-67 Pre -Employment Physicals 8000 5612 5000 5000 01-19-68 01-19-66A Audit Transition Agreemtn (City) 64772 -0- -0- -0- 01-19-69 General Plan 54000 2600 -0- 4270 4270 01-19-70 Strong Motion 31, 01-19-73 Traffic Signal -0- 4667 -0- -0- TOTAL 651567 87077 550880 577267 CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 23 F DEPARTMENTAL GOALS SUMMARY COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT Planning Division 1979--80 Division Goals: 1. To complete the mandated state elements of the General Plan within the thirty months allocated to the city by state law. This goal will be accomplished in the following manner: A. By initiating contracts with planning consultants for the development of the -- -Housing Element Conservation Element Open Space Element Seismic Safety Element Public Safety Element Noise Element Scenic Highways Element B. By guiding the consultants in the timely completion of the general plan elements. C. By presenting the general plan elements to the public, Planning Commission and City Council for review and adoption. 2. To implement the General Plan and its elements. This goal will be accomplished in the following manner: A. By completing of the preparation and review of a new zoning ordinance by staff and the consultant. B. By initiating and completing public hearings on the zoning ordinance by the Planning Commission and Citv Council. C. By creating new city standards for development of: Planning Division Goals Page Two -Service Stations -Rural Road Standards -Commercial Landscape Standards •Industrial Landscape Standards -Master Plan of Street Trees -Master Plan of Trails and Bike Paths 3. To continue efforts to encourage specific planning of large parcels of land. This goal will be accomplished by the following: A. By developing standards, guidelines, general plan elements and zoning ordinance to encourage specific planning. B. By working with smaller parcel owners to explain the advantages of specific plans and the mutual benefits of the city and property owners. 4. To provide technical assistance to the Planning Commission, City Council, other city departments, the general public, and Citizen Advisory Committee. This goal will be accomplished by the following: A. By continued attendance at the various public meetings. B. By preparing detailed informational studies for distri- bution such as: Summary Data on 1979 Census Summary Data on 1979 Special Census Growth Projections Land Use Survey Data Housing Data Industrial/Commercial Data i 5. To continue providing highquality planning services in a timely and efficient manner. 'Phis goal will be accomplished, in part, in the following manner: Planning Division Goals Page Three A. Continually improving the development review process to eliminate time lags. B. By improving public relations and rapport with citizens and developers through the use of feedback mechanisms such as: Citizen Complaint Survey Citizen Suggestions Survey Citizen Evaluation Survey AiivUA1, BUDGET 'FUND FUNCTION General Community Devel 1LASSIFICATION Salaries Services and Supplies Capital Outlay Total Expense Number of Positions SUMMARY DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT end Planning Division 01-21 CURRENT I CURRENT PROPOSED 1 ADOPTED BUDGET EXPENSE BUDGETI BUDGET 1978-79 1978-79' 1979-80 1979-80 "i"..... 130934 157228 16200 58512 127084 128820 15378 24388 1480 1480 129697 1152245 CITY OF RANCHO CITC-704INGA Ic 259498 1 287528 9 2/3 ANNTAL BUDGET PERSONNEL SCHEDULE FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT General Community Development Planning Division 01-21 POSITION TITLE POSITIONS EXPENDITURES ADOPTED v v - BUDGET Community Development Director Community Development Sec **Senior Planner **Associate Planner Assistant Planner **Junior Planner *Community Dev. Tech (CETA) **Clerk Typist Planning Intern (Part time) Planning Commission * May be instated pending additional funding, i.e. State Bailout approval. ** Positions approved by council on September 6, 1978. TOTAL 1 1/3 33000 c o o 0 CUR RFN't PROPOSED 4683 1 1 � o � 1 2 1523 37086 40436 m w+ m 34745 1 1 1066 12486 z m o -0- 11046 Community Development Director Community Development Sec **Senior Planner **Associate Planner Assistant Planner **Junior Planner *Community Dev. Tech (CETA) **Clerk Typist Planning Intern (Part time) Planning Commission * May be instated pending additional funding, i.e. State Bailout approval. ** Positions approved by council on September 6, 1978. TOTAL 1 1/3 33000 11000 12748 1 1/3 10246 4052 4683 1 1 13925 21204 23119 1 2 1523 37086 40436 3 2 33636 32472 34745 1 1 1066 12486 13360 0 1 -0- -0- 11046 1 1 4723 8994 10451 0 1 -0- 3640 3640 0 0 5 -0- 3000 3000 CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 25 ANNUAL BUDGET ANNUAL BUDGET SERVICES AND SUPPLIES FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT General Community Development Planninq Division 01 -2 4598 5000 CURRENT REVISED PROPOSED ADOPTED ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION BUDGET EXPENSE BUDGET BUDGET 01-21-20 Legal Advertising 2600 2282 8500 8500 01-21-23 Printing & Publication 3000 4598 5000 5000 01-21-24 Office Supplies 2800 5103 3667 3667 01-21-25 Travel, Mileage, Meetings 6800 5174 5800 6536 01-21-28 Contract Services -0- 5894 104100 104100 01-21-29 Plan Check -0- 33038 -0- -0- 01-21-33 Office Equipment Maintenance 200 388 200 200 01-21-56 Dues 820 615 817 817 01-21-30 Gasoline -0- 1081 -0- -0- 01-21-31 Vehicle & Equipment -0- 339 Contract Services General Plan EIR EIR Review Mag Card (Lease) Travel, Mileage, Meetings League of Calif. -Cities Planning Commission Inst. Local Meetings Mileage @ .22/mile Dues . APA & AICP ULI ASPA NAHRO NAHB Misc. TOTAL 116200 ACTIVITY INFORMATION 100000 500 1600 300 1250 1750 3236 105 95 150 100 100 267 CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 58512 1127084 1128820 104100 6536 817 a ONNIIAI Rlln(,,FT ANNUAL BUDGET SERVICES AND SUPPLIES FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT General o munit Dev n Plannin Division 01-21 Vehicles CURRENTREVISED PROPOSED ADOPTED ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION BUDGET EXPENSE BUDGET BUDGET 01-21-44 Equipment 4878 11469 1480 1480 01-21-45 i Vehicles 10500 12919 -0- i TOTAL 1 15378 L4355 vu' 4ov ACTIVITY INFORMATION Equipment 35mm SLR w/case and wide angle lens 500 Carousel slide projector w/stacking tray 280 Projector screen 100 Hand held dictaphone (1) 200 Reel to reel tape recorder 350 Pocket 50' tape measure (2) 50 1480 CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 27 DEPARTMENTAL GOALS SUMMARY COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT Building and Safety Division 1979--80 Division Goals: 1. To improve response to development/interests in plan check and permit issuance process A. By reindexing and filing of Aermits and plans trans- ferred from San BernardinoCounty. B. By developing grading per it, plan check applications, and plan check correcticA forms. C. By implementation of w ekly training meetings for inspection staff to f miliarize inspectors with 1979 code provisions and remote uniformity and consistency in field inspection and office operations. 2. To provide advisory,s istance to citizens in individual "home owner" projec s and problems. A. By preparatio and production of information leaflets/ booklets to d in technical aspects of owner -builder projects (pa ios, swimming pools, spas, room additions) and to guid applicants through complexities of obtaining permits. if 3 B. By devel?1Ping a systematic review of permits to insure that no permit is set aside for more than 120 days. To improve support activities and coordination with other public agencies. A. By assessment of substandard housing conditions in the c' y and determination of needs and approaches to be Ilowed in application of housing maintenance standards. he and of this objective will be dependent upon the avilability of personnel within the Building and Safety Division of the Community Development Depart- ment. ------------- ANNUAL BUDGET FUND FUNCTION General Community Devel LASSIFICATION Salaries Services and Supplies Capital Outlay Total Expense Number of Positions SUMMARY DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY JACCOUNT Building & Safety 01-22 CURRENT CURRENT PROPOSED ADOPTED BUDGET EXPENSE 1978-79 1978-79' BUDGET 1979-80 BUDGET 1979-80 68932 48721 171576 188826 -0- -0- 18749 19122 -0- -0- 17018 17018 68932 48721 207343 224966 9 10 1/6 (-TTY OF RAN('TIO CUCP.MONGA 28 CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 29 ANNUAL BUDGET PERSONNEL SCHEDULE FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT General Community Development Building & Safety 01-22 POSITION TITLE POSITIONS EXPENDITURES ADOPTED v CURRENT PROPOSED BUDGET � � o v Z � m O p Community Development Director - 1/3 1/3 -0- 11000 12748 Community Development Sec. - 1/3 1/3 -0- 4052 4683 ** Building Official 1 1 1 18563 24132 27720 Sr. Building Inspector 1 1 1 16728 19836 21692 ** Building Technician II 1 0 0 1052 -O- -O- Plan Checker 0 1 1 -0- 18264 18558 ** Community Code Rep. 1 1 1 7560, 16280 17420 ** Building Technician I 1 1 1 5892 13150 14802 Building Inspector 3 3 3 15006 51042 56035 ** Clerk Typist 1 1 1 4131 8320 9668 Clerk Typist (Part time) 0 7/2 1/2 -0- 4500 4500 Part-time -0- 500 500 * Overtime -0- 500 500 * To be reimbursed on building inspectors. ** Positions authorized by council on August 16, 1978. i TOTAL 9 01�17 68932 171576 188826 CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 29 A NI Nin AI RIInGFT ANNUAL BUDGET SERVICES AND SUPPLIES FUND FUNCTION iIIDEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT General Community Develo ment I Buildino& t TSafjieREVISED 1-22 PROPOSED ADOPTED ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION BUDGET I EXPENSE BUDGET BUDGET 01-22-20 Legal Advetising -O- -0- 500 500 01-22-23 Printing & Publications -0- -0- 5000 5000 01-22-24 Office Supplies -0- -0- 1667 1667 01-22-25 Travel, Mileage, Meetings -0- -0- 1717 2090 01-22-28 Contract Services -0- -0- 1500 1500 01-22-31 Vehicle Maintenance, Gasoline -0- -0- 7200 7200 01-22-33 Office Equipment Maintenance -O- -0- 910 910 01-22-56 Dues -0- ' -0- 1 255 255 L - TOTAL -0- -0- _ 18749 19122 Travel Mileage, Meetings California Building Officials Local Meetings Mileage @ .22/mile ACTIVITY INFORMATION 250 200 1640 2090 Dues I.C.B.O. 150 I.A.M.P.O. 105 255 rlTv nF RC:NCHO CUCA.MONGA 30 ANNUAL BUD LT CAPITAL OUTLAY UND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT General CommunityDevelopment Buildin & Safe 1 - ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION CURRENT REVISED PROPOSEPAP BUDGET EXPENSE BUDGET i t 01-22-44 01-22-45 Equipment Vehicles -0- -0- -0- -0- 9018 8000 9018 8000 TOTAL -0- -0- 17018 17018 ACTIVITY INFORMATION Equipment Calculators (2) 830 Dictation Equipment 3340 Test Equipment & Hand tools 340 Truck Tool Boxes (3) 375 Office Files & Shelving 190 Mobile mounted 2 -way radio 4228 5 w portable 2 -way radio 1305 Tone Voice payers (4) 1335 Portable Desk Charger (1) 75 Vehicles Sedan (1) 8000 •1 L 8000 17018 CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 31 E% E E 11 n DEPARTMENTAL GOALS SUMMARY COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT Engineering Division 1979--80 Division Goals: 1. To improve overall division efficiency, communication and pro- vide supportive environment for employee functioning and ° development. A. By holding regular monthly division staff meetings to improve communication and resolution of division problems. B. By developing individual employee growth programs involving division rotation, training and overall division and employee accomplishment of mutual goals and objectives. C. By developing community relations programs to improve communication on city activities and project development. 2. To reduce the processing times for land division, development review and plan check services while improving development and construction standards. A. By reducing parcel map processing time to optimum time of 3 months. B. By reducing tract map processing time to optimum time of 5 months of city processing. C. By insuring maximum plan check turnaround time of 2 weeks. D. By publishing a Land Di.vision Procedures Manual. E. By publishing city standard drawings and specifications. F. By developing a grading ordinance and standards. G. By refining the survey records system for permanent tract maps, parcel. maps, records of surveys, bench marks, and intersection ties. H. By improving the filing and record system for those docu- ments retained by the engineering division. Engineering Division Goals Page Two 3. To provide responsive inspection services in order to enforce high quality construction standards uniformly throughout the community. 4 5 6 A. By delineating clear city construction standards which can be understood by inspection staff and administered uniformly. B. By strictly enforcing utility trench repair completion with a 21 -day maximum limitation. 0 C. By insuring strict compliance with traffic control practices through quarterly review of construction practices. To staff and develop a complete traffic surveillance system to monitor street systems operation, growth, and safety. To improve traffic efficiency and reduce accident rates. A. By developing a traffic count system to count major and secondary streets on an annual basis, collector streets every two years and selective local streets on a five year basis. B. By developing routine accident plotting on a monthly basis with specific studies of problem intersections on a quarterly basis. C. By maintaining a rapid traffic complaint response system to insure traffic committee investigation and response within one month. D. By obtaining an office of traffic safety grant for traffic investigations to implement the program. E. By establishing inventory traffic devices on major streets F. By updating and certifying 5 speed zone studies. To insure nntimum utilization of street maintenance forces to provide the most cost-effective maintenance of street. and storm drain systems. Engineering Division Goals Page Three 7. To insure full communication and cooperation with the County Maintenance Department. A. By preparing detailed analysis and report on 1978-79 fiscal year maintenance program to define areas of expense and commitment. B. By developing a 5 year program for transfer of street and storm drain system from county to city services. This report will include a schedule for equipment acquisition, corporation yard acquisition and other expansion needs. C. By developing a vehicle maintenance program. D. By developing a maintenance evaluation system. 8. To develop long-range capital improvements program and to quickly and efficiently construct budgeted capital projects. A. By completing preparation of a 5 year capital improvements program. B. By completing all budget projects within one year. C. By updating the storm drain master plan. D. By refining the circulation master plan. E. By completing a specific plan for 19th Street. ANNUAL BUDGET SUMMARY FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT General Community LASSIFICATION CURRENT CURRENT PROPOSED ADOPTED BUDGET 1978-79 EXPENSE 1978-79 BUDGET 1979-80 BUDGET 1979-80 Salaries 100642 71142 204901 221366 Services and Supplies -0- 19677 20207 Capital outlay -0- 15650 15650 Total Expense 100642 71142 240228 257223 Number of Positions 9 11 2/3 �9 ANNUAL BUDGET PERSONNEL SCHEDULE FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT General Community Development Engineering 01-23 _ l POSITION TITLE POSITIONS EXPENDITURES ADOPTED o CURRENT PROPOSED BUDGET c o 0 aJ O —i m oo m Z m p Community Development Director 0 1/3 -0- 11000 1274: Community Development Sec. 0 1/3 -O- 4052 46',3 City Engineer 1 1 25884 25884 32220 **Associate Civil Engineer 1 1 13528 21204 3119 **Assistant Civil Engineer 12 3 15230 56461 61561 Engineering Techinician II 1 1 13616 16140 18168 **Engineering Techinician I 1 1 3156 12324 13872 Sr. Clerk Typist (CETA) 0 1 -0- 9996 2547 Clerk Typist 1 1 3144 8772 10193 ***Public Works Inspector 2 2 26084 34068 37255 Overtime -O- 5000 5000 **Position authorized by council August 16, 1978 & September 6, 1978. ***One additional Public Works Inspector authorized on September 6, 1978. i i I i TOTAL 9 12/3 I 100642 204901 221366 CIT`! OF P.ANCHO CUCAMONGA 33 ANNUAL BUDGET ANNUAL BUDGET SERVICES AND SUPPLIES -0- -0- FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT Printing & Publications General Community Development Engineering 01-23 3200 01-23-24 Office Supplies -0- CURRENT REVISED PROPOSED ADOPTED ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION -0- BUDGET EXPENSE BUDGET BUDGET j 01-23-20 Legal Advetising -0- -0- 500 1 I 50U 01-23-23 Printing & Publications -0- -0- 3200 3200 01-23-24 Office Supplies -0- -O- 3267 3267 01-23-25 Travel, Mileage, Meeting -0- -0- 4200 4730 01.-23-28 Contract Services -0- -O- 5000 5000 01-23-30 Gasoline -0- -O- 2500 2500 01-23-31 Vehicle Maintenance -0- -0- 500 500 i 01-23-33 Office Equipment Maintenance -0- -0- 200 200 01-23-56 Dues -0- I -0- 310 310 i TOTAL 1 -0- , -0- 1 19677 1 20207 ACTIVITY INFORMATION Travel, Mileaqe, Meetings League of California Cities Traffic Engineers City Engineers APWA ITE Mileage @ .22/mile Local Meetings Dues APWA ITE HSPE CSPE Land Surveyor Assoc. City & County Engineers Assoc. (2) Riverside -San Bernardino Traffic Eng. Street Superintendant Society 300 100 150 300 300 2330 1267 50 70 30 30 50 20 10 50 CITY OF RANCHO CUCA.MONGA 34 4730 310 ANNUAi. BUDGET CAPITAL OUTLAY FUND •FUNCTION General IDEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY Community Development Engineering ACCOUNT 01-23 ACCOUNT CURRENT CLASSIFICATION BUDGET REVISED EXPENSE PROPOSED BUDGET ADOPTED BUDGET Radio Equipment 1500 Inspection Equipment 01-23-44 I � Equipment -0- I -0- 15650 15650 1 � — -TOTAL I _0- -0- L 15650 15650 ACTIVITY INFORMATION Equipment Microfiche Files 500 Truck Tool Boxes (2) 1000 Radio Equipment 1500 Inspection Equipment 750 Survey Equipment & Auto Level 3000 Office Files & Equipment 1400 Traffic Counters (2) 2000 Dictating Equipment 800 Traffic Control Equipment 3000 Drafting Equipment 500 Calculators & Programs 450 Desk & Chair 750 I� i I I r 15650 CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 35 i PROD M i 01' I RVICE 1980-1981 i GACA,; 1977 (' DEPARTMENTAL GOALS SUMMARY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT 1979--80 Departmental Goals: 1. To provide the services that contribute to the perservation of community health, safety, tranquility and general welfare. 2. To provide for the expeditious and prudent investigation of criminal matters and the apprehension of suspected offenders. A. By establishing an officer/citizen relationship in high crime rate areas in order to assist in reducing gang violence by 20 percent. B. By concentrating patrol efforts in those areas most frequently victimized by burglars in an attempt to hold the increase of burglaries to 7 percent. C. By reducing the average response time to ten minutes. D. By the station's supervisory personnel being participant observers in the Patrol and Dispatch Divisions. 3. To provide traffic enforcement in an effort to minimize the loss of lives, injury to persons and the destruction of property. A. By concentrating traffic enforcement to speed and right- of-way violations, thus reducing traffic deaths by 10 percent and holding the increase in traffic accidents to 10 percent. q. To increase youth and adult awareness through personal contact education. 8 c Sheriff's Departmental Goals Page Two A. By utilizing the school officer in teaching and training elementary level school children in safety and criminal matters. B. By expanding the neighborhood watch/block parent program for the community. I ANNUAL BUDGET PERSONNEL SCHEDULE FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT General Public Safety Police 01-40 POSITION TITLE POSITIONS EXPENDITURES ADOPTED m A o CURRENT PROPOSED BUDGET c I o 0 m o v � m Z m 0 p Captain 1 1 28708 29796 29796 Lieutenant 1 1 -0- 27019 27019 Sergeant 5 5 118115 122656 122565 Detective 4 4 81764 108470 86776 Deputy 25 30 463425 590970 541085 Dispatcher 2 2 27436 29400 29400 Secretary 1 1 12831. 13802 13862 Substation Clerk 3 3 31695 35769 35769 Overtime 30327 107762 107762 Police Clerks (CETA) 0 3 -O- 16339 14418 i Crossing Guards 3 2'2 -0- 6318 6318 Salary Adjustment -0- 88620 95057 External overhead 66610 128339 128449 Fringe benefits 226465 207139 275360 start-up cost I 56045 -0- I -0- TOTAL 145 49'- 1143421 1512308 1513585 J CITY OF PANCHO CUCAMOHGA 37 ANNUAL BUDGET ANNUAL BUDGET SERVICES AND SUPPLIES FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT General Public Safety Police 01-40 4800 8200 8200 Helicopter Service 28009 CURRENT REVISED PROPOSED ADOPTED ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION BUDGET EXPENSE BUDGET BUDGET TOTAL 1201909 ACTIVITY INFORMATION * Includes cost of purchase of new vehicles. r1Tv nc Rcyr,H!) CIICAMONGA J8 201909 1 151173 1 151173 Fuel and Maintenance 141800* 141800* 44048 55048 Office Supplies 4800 4800 8200 8200 Helicopter Service 28009 28009 28714 28714 Travel Expense 4000 4000 4000 4000 Lease Payments 10800 10800 38994 38994 I Utilities 12500 12500 16217 16217 TOTAL 1201909 ACTIVITY INFORMATION * Includes cost of purchase of new vehicles. r1Tv nc Rcyr,H!) CIICAMONGA J8 201909 1 151173 1 151173 Am ANNUAL BUDGET CAPITAL OUTLAY i FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT general Public Safety Police 01-40 CURRENT REVISED PROPOSED ADOPTED ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION BUDGET EXPENSE BUDGET BUDGET I Equipment -0- 20032 19183 19183 I Vehicles -0- -0- 68312 68312 TOTAL MM -0- 20032 87495 87495 Recorders w/ e Furniture e Equipment rt Equipment CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 39 DEPARTMENTAL GOALS SUMMARY COMMUNITY SERVICE DEPARTMENT 1979--80 Departmental Goals: 1. To begin a program of comprehensive planned parkway maintenance This goal will be accomplished in the following manner: A. By providing an adequate labor and equipment force to address parkway maintenances in a timely rather than a reactionary fashion. �! 2. To provide a quality recreation program for the citizens of Rancho Cucamonga. This will be accomplished by: A. Continuing the self supporting fee based classes and expanding same to offer a wider range of recreational opportunities. B. Monthly city-wide special events such as fourth of July picnic and kite day. _ C. Assisting, when requested, community based groups to improve their recreational programs. D. Continue to explore new and innovative ways to meet the recreational needs of our citizens. 3. To continue a park development program. This will be accomplished through: A. Preparing a park element for the General Plan. B. Developing and upgrading existing park sites. C. Acquiring and developing new park sites to meet the park element of the General plan. 4. To seek and recommend to Council grant programs which will benefit the city. Community Service Departmental Goals Page Two 5. To continue the search for effective methods of providing a constructive alternative to gang activity. 6. To provide support to the Historic Preservation Commission. 7. To continue to maintain departmental fexibility to address unusual or unforeseen situations requiring city attention. 'NUUAL BUDGET SUMMARY -UND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT General CommunityServices Community Services 01-50 ILCSSIFICATION CURRENT CURRENT PROPOSED ADOPTED BUDGET EXPENSE BUDGET BUDGET 1978-79 1978-79 1979-80 1979-80 Salaries 74349 51831 187991 202730 Services and Supplies 61904 76985 77177 Capital Outlay 18950 13254 13254 Total Expense 155203 278230 293161 Number of Positions 5 14 �•rmv rc nom. *rnn rn-.,.,n.r.r n.. .-..- - -- - - - I ANNUAL BUDGET PERSONNEL SCHEDULE FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUt4T General Community Services Community Services 01-50 POSITION TITLE POSITIONS EXPENDITURES ADOPTED o CURRFNT PROPOSED BUDGET c o O m o cn M m Community Services Director � 1 rn n 1 o 22200 22200 28980 Recreation Supervisor 0 1 -0- 13224 14502 Park Maintenance Supervisor 0 1 -0- 16236 17373 Recreation Coordinator 0 1 -0- 8508 9180 Maintenance Worker II 0 3 -0- 40842 36800 Maintenance Worker I ** 1 6 9668 56592 66790 Secretary 1 1 10400 11028 12744 Park and Recreation Supervisor 1 0 10400 -O- -0- Sr. Maintenance Worker 1 0 10400 -0- -0- Part time recreation 11281 16361 16361 Overtime 2147 ** Two current CETA maintenance worker positions will be absorbed on December 1, 1979, and are included in this category. i I I I TOTAL 7 14 74349 187991 202730 CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 41 ANNUAL BUDGET ANNUAL BUDGET SERVICES AND SUPPLIES FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT General Community Services Community Services 01-50 9563 19800 CURRENT REVISED PROPOSED JADOPTED I ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION BUDGET EXPENSE BUDGET IBUDGET 01-50-20 Legal Advertising -0- -0- 500 500 01-50-21 Utilities 9000 9563 19800 19800 01-50-23 Printing & Publications -0- 516 1000 1000 01-50-24 Office Supplies 600 389 600 600 01-50-25 Travel & Meetings 1200 1103 1600 1792 01-50-28 Contract Services 16765 7208 10000 10000 01-50-30 Gasoline -0- 1486 2800 2800 01-50-31 Vehicle & Equipment Maintenance 3000 1211 3000 3000 01-50-32 Grounds Maintenance 25000 5234 25000 25000 01-50-33 Office Machine Maintenance -0- 118 -0- -0- 01-50-34 Building Maintenance 750 1551 3000 3000 01-50-35 Uniforms 1984 399 4500 4500 01-50-38 Special Departmental Expenses 3500 5300 5000 5000 01-50-56 i I I I Dues 105 155 185 185 TOTAL 61904 33883 76985 77177 i ACTIVITY INFORMATION Travel & Meetings League of California Cities 300 Labor Relations Institute 250 California Park & Recreation Society 300 Local Meetings 100 Mileage Expense @ .22/mile 842 1792 Dues N.R.P.A. (1) 50 C.P.R.S. (2) 35 S.C.M.A.F. (1) 15 So. Calif. Turf Grass Assoc. 35 185 CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 42 ,.o Equipment Facilites Equipement Office Furniture & Equipment ACTIVITY INFORMATION 10259 2995 13254 2 CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 43 ANNUAL BUDGET CAPITAL OUTLAY FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT General Community Services Community Services 01-50 CURRENT REVISED PROPOSED ADOPTED ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION BUDGET EXPENSE BUDGET BUDGET 01-50-44 Equipment 11950 60130 13254 13254 01-50-45 i Vehicles 7000 8798 -0- -O- TOTAL 18950 68928 13254 13254 Equipment Facilites Equipement Office Furniture & Equipment ACTIVITY INFORMATION 10259 2995 13254 2 CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 43 F F F ,-, nv nn. ,run rr,rz,_^1nNGp 44 A traf fic safety F F A SUMMARY AIDIDUAL DvuuAl FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY Traffic Safet Public Safety affi Safe LASSIFICATION CURRENT CURRENT BUDGET EXPENSE 1978-79 1978-79- --- ACCOUNT 02 PROPOSED ADOPTED BUDGET BUDGET 1979-80 1979-80 Salaries 91680 30000 Services and Supplies Capital Outlay Total Expense 91680 30000 Number of Positions Under the provisions of Section 1463 of the Penal Code, Rancho Cucamonga receives fifty percent of motor vehicle fines collected from Persons arrested by a State Officer within the City. Section 42200 of the Vehicle Code provides that these monies be deposited in a special "Traffic Safety Fund" and expended for various purposes relating to traffic safety, such as the purchase and maintenance of official control devices, equipment for traffic enforcement, and the maintenance, improvement, or construction of City streets, bridges, and culverts. m... nn Dnw-110 rT7('7,M0NCA 45 A cap] improvememt 0 In W IN AN .0 .0 AW M ,a :JW r14 U 4W lu" Ji 1W PROJECT County Maintenance Agreement This item covers the cost of con- tinuing ordinary road maintenance as described in the specific main- tenance contracts. Items include, street patching, storm drainage repair, weed control, tree trim- ming, traffic striping and signal- ing and minor construction. Signal Maintenance Contract Costs are detailed in its contract with Signal Maintenance Corp. for maintenance of City traffic signals. State Signal Maintenance City share of maintenance of traffic signals on State highways at inter- sections with City streets Baseline Reconstruction This item is a Federal Aid Urban project to reconstruct, resurface and perform minor widening of Baseline from east of Vineyard to Hellman Ave. and East of Archibald to east of Ramona. Archibald & Church Street Signals This item will construct traffic signals with FAU funds. CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT BUDGET GAS TAX & RELATED FUNDS 1979-80 TOTAL 2106 2107 BUDGET FUNDS FUNDS 430000 223643 206357 20000 15000 130000 20000 20000 15000 325 BLOCK FUNDS FAU GRANT 16500 93500 75000 10750 64250 PROJECT Baseline & Hellman Ave. Signals Construction of traffic signals with FAU funds. Haven Ave: & Amber Street Signal Construct traffic signals at Chaffey College. North Town Street Improvement Construction of curbs, gutters, sidewalk and A.C. pavement to provide full street improvements A on 24th, 25th, 26th, Humbolt, Center, and Marine Avenues. Cucamonga Creek Bridges Provides for City portion of bridge construction over the Cucamonga Creek at Red Hill Country Club Drive, Sapphire, Carnelian and Beryl Streets. Minor Concrete Repair Contract for minor curb, gutter and sidewalk repair at locations of failure throughout the City and construction or reconstruc- tion of cross gutters. Street Sweeping The City will contract for street sweeping services with the goal of a one time City wide clean up to establish a full scale sweeping program and desired level of service. CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT BUDGET GAS TAX & RELATED FUNDS 1979-80 TOTAL 2106 2107 BUDGET FUNDS FUNDS 75000 75000 240000 150000 50000 20000 W& W& Wk. WWiW: I& 325 BLOCK FUNDS FAU GRANT 10750 64250 75000 240000 150000 50000 20000 PROJECT Transfer Engineering Fee Support fund to cover City Engineer salary. Reconstruction and Overly The projects below are all recon- struction and repair of existing deteriorated pavements between the limits indicated. 1. Lemon Avenue -Opal to Beryl 2. Carnelian -Orange to Banayan 3. Alta Cuesta-Red Hill to Camino Norte 4. Baseline -Alta Cuesta to West City Limit 5. Highland Avenue -Hermosa to Haven 6. Church Street -Archibald to Turner 7. Victoria Street -Etiwanda to Pecan 8. Arrow Route -Cucamonga Creek to Vineyard 9. Baseline -Etiwanda East 1000' 10. Hellman Avenue -100' south of Alta Loma to Orange Contingency_ TOTAL Estimated Balance 7/1/79 * Estimated Revenue 79-80 TOTAL AVAILABLE REVENUE * Based on 50,000 Population. CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT BUDGET GAS TAX & RELATED FUNDS 1979-80 TOTAL 2106 2107 BUDGET FUNDS FUNDS 6000 6000 260867 32515 48958 325 FUNDS 179394 BLOCK FAU GRANT 1500 1500 1548367 276158 296315 513894 222000 240000 110000 40000 70000 -0- -0- -0- 1438367 236158 226315 513894 222000 240000 1548367 276158 296315 513894 222000 240000 ft :a a a M CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT SPECIAL PROJECTS 1979-80 T r A 0 A a a Q 44 O TOTAL BEAUTI- STORM PARK PROJECT BUDGET SYSTEMS EICATION DRAIN DEV. E ui ment 24105 24105 To be used in providing necessary parkway & median maintenance. Community Service 81Jq. 200000 200000 To upgrade current commun- ity services bldg. to code & fire safety, also construct adjacent facilities for ex- panded community use. ieritage Park Payment 83000 83000 Annual payment for purchase of park site on Beryl & Hillside. Park Site Acquisition 160298 160293 To be used to purchase, neg- otiate for additional park sites for the community. Master Plan Heritage Park 50000 50000 This will provide complete planning and design for Heritage Park. Haven Avenue Improvement 50000 50000 Upgrade median & parkways on Haven Avenue. Unallocated 230000 248750 AQunt available for add- itional projects per council approval. T r A 0 A a a Q 44 O CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT SPECIAL PROJECTS 1979-80 BEAUTI- SYSTEMS FICATION STORM DRAIN 75000 TOTAL PROJECT BUDGET Storm Drain Update 75000 Provide City with current storm drain information & pinpoint future require- ments. 38750 Aerial Topo 25000 Aerial topographic maps to assist in development a of storm drain system. County Traffic Services 5000 Services provided by county for traffic control. Specific Blvd. Plans 5000 To provide a study for all pertinent problem areas to the City. Specific Plan - 19th 30000 To provide a plan for dev- elopment of 19th Street. Circulation Study 10000 A study to determine traffic flow patterns within the City. General Engineering Services 20000 To provide engineering services from outside firms where re- quired. Charges From Other Funds 101390 TOTAL 838793 r CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT SPECIAL PROJECTS 1979-80 BEAUTI- SYSTEMS FICATION STORM DRAIN 75000 PARK DEV. 493298 25000 5000 5000 30000 10000 20000 33600 29040 38750 336600 103145 387500 id iP it a PARK DEV. 493298 C E E c 4 a 9 4 A:.-i:UAL BUDGET I.U,;D FUNCTION CETA Manpower Develo L,,SSIFICATION SUMMARY 1 O DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT CETA 22-01 CURRENT ( CURRENT PROPOSED ADOPTED BUDGET EXPENSE BUDGET BUDGET 1978-79 1978-79' 1979-80 1979-80 0 Salaries 122135 47165 Services and Supplies Capital Outlay- Total Expense 122135. 47165 Number of Positions 12 10 ACTIVITY INFORMATION CETA (Comprehensive Employment Training Act) reinactment of 1978 has caused a change in the operation of CETA PSE programs. This change has forced the City to carefully review its participation in the CETA program and to evaluate the programs merits and goal in relation to the City of Rancho Cucamonga's needs and goals. In order to be sure that the City complies with the new guidelines in a timely and orderly manner it is recommended that the City CETA staff (save but one, whose eligibility will carry into next fiscal year), be transistioned onto the regular City payroll at some point during the year that is consistent with when their eligibility with CETA runs out. JIM Al CITY Cr- P:::CH r : ,..r.r . 51 e ^N'NIJAL 3UDG13T PERSONNEL SCHEDULE (FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT CETA Manpower Development CETA 22-01 POSITION TITLE POSITIONS EXPENDITURES ADOPTED � � o CURRENT PROPOSED BUDGET c o 0 m y m Budget Budget z -a M m n o Administrative Secretary 1 1 10000 2500 Steno Clerk 1 1 8770 3284 Maintenance Worker 2 2 18918 7308 Cashier/Receptionist 1 1 9213 5442 Typist Clerk 1 1 8770 5904 Police Cadet 4 4 31980 18546 Account Clerk 1 0 9925 -0- Drafting Aide 1 0 9350 -0- I I TOTAL 12 110 I 122135 47165 _ CITY OF RA.NCHO CUCAMONGA 52 0 4t 1-4 i C E 4 A C4 C' VALUATION BASE Total Property Applicable Exemptions Regular Exemptions Base Less R. Exemp. Home Owners Exemp. Bus. Inv. Exemp. Net Values ASSESSED VALUATION CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 19 78- 79 REGULAR SECURED TOTAL SECURED UTILITY SECURED 258,909,015 37,231,310 296,140,325 1 ,070,960 257,838,055 18,382,495 4,806,675 234,648,885 37,231,310 37,231,310 63 1,070,960 295,069,365 18,382,495 4,806,675 271,880,195 (a V 1 (C TOTAL UNSECURED VALUES 28,195,450 324,335,775 ;C 4,800 1,075,760 28,190,650 323,260,015 18,382,495 7,555,475 12,362,150 20,635,175 292,515,370 �L t c c CI bond indebtedness STATEMENT OF BONDED INDEBTEDNESS June 30, 1978 As of June 30, 1978, the City of Rancho Cucamonga has not incurred any bond indebtedness. Government code provides a maximum indebtedness which a city can incur insofar as general obligations are concerned. The limit imposed is 15% of the assessed value of all real personal property. This provision does not apply to revenue bonds. a G C { 54 L