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Budget 1981-82I 1 u 1 1 I [J 1 1 E 1 1 1 1 PROGRAM OF SERVICE 1981-1982 1977 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 C I T Y O F R A N C H O C U C A M 0 N G A 1981-1982 ANNUAL PROGRAM OF SERVICE ARTHUR H BRIDGE MAYOR PRO TEMPORE JAMES C FROST CITY COUNCIL PHILLIP D SCHLOSSER MAYOR CITY CLERK LAUREN M WASSERMAN CITY TREASURER HARRY J EMPEY JON D MIKELS MICHAEL A PALOMBO ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF CITY MANAGER - LAUREN M WASSERMAN ASSISTANT CITY MANAGER - JAMES H ROBINSON I ' C I T Y O F R A N C H O C U C A M 0 N G A 1981-1982 ANNUAL PROGRAM OF SERVICE TABLE OF CONTENTS ' Community Improvements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87 Program Cost Analysis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90 ' Division of Proceeds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97 Spending Limitation Analysis. 98 Report to Council on Program of Service Organizational Chart. 1 Fund Balance Analysis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Resources for Program Distribution . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 ' Program Appropriations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 ' DEPARTMENT PROGRAMS General Government ' Legislature. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Administration . . . . 10 14 Finance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 City Facilities. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 ' Non -Departmental . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Community Development Administration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 ' Planning 38 Building & Safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44 Engineering, 51 ' Public Works . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . : . . . . . 58 Public Safety Administration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60 ' Investigation. 66 Patrol . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70 Community Services Administration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74 Recreation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80 Special Projects . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85 ' Community Improvements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87 Program Cost Analysis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90 ' Division of Proceeds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97 Spending Limitation Analysis. 98 h. N t f�4 e l Vit `<J t ��J'�.-\�`1=1 t 1977 1 fl I 1 1 CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA Meyer Phillip D. Schlosser Arthur H. Bridge Jon D. Mikels James C. Frost Michael A. Palumbo July 1, 1981 TO: Honorable Mayor and City Council City of Rancho Cucamonga, California Fiscal year 1981-1982 will be characterized as a year of no frills government in the City of Rancho Cucamonga. While it is clear that citizens of our community are interested in efficient, economical services, this goal becomes more difficult to accomplish in an era of declining financial resources. Inflation, drastically reduced state and federal revenues, and a need to provide more public services continue to impact the City's overall budget picture. As of this writing, State legislators still have not determined the extent to which State subventions to cities will be reduced. Rancho Cucamonga's Program of Service for 1981-1982 totals $10,366,342, including all special funds. Proposed General Fund expenditures are estimated at $5,984,417, while special fund expenses will total $4,369,925. Last year the City Council adopted a consumer -oriented approach to budgeting available revenues. This new budget philosophy required that changes in services or the starting of new programs be thoroughly evaluated in an analytical business- like manner. The establishment of "cost centers" enabled the City Council to accurately determine the total cost for providing City services and to identify revenues to support each service. Overhead charges were established for each department and for each program in order to accurately identify the true cost of providing services. To complete the financial picture, each revenue source was related to a specific service. It is recommended that this cost allocation method be used again in the coming fiscal year. When establishing annual priorities, it is essential that the City Council continue to evaluate not only immediate costs, but more importantly, the total long-range expense for each City activity. This is particularly important when reviewing park acquisition and development plans. Every effort should be made to design parks and parkways to require a minimum of maintenance since ongoing upkeep continues to be a major budget expense as the City develops, and as more City facilities are acquired. Continued...... ' POST OFFICE BOX 807 9 RANCHO CUCAMONGA, CALIFORNIA 91730 0 (714) 989-1851 Mayor and City Council ' Fiscal Year 1981-1982 July 1, 1981 ' Page Two C I T Y P R I O R I T I E S , The City Council has identified the following major programs for primary ' consideration during the coming year: 1. Park Acquisition and Development ' The Council has adopted the park and recreation element of the General Plan which identifies potential park sites throughout the City. The staff will begin to acquire as many park sites as possible before land ' costs continue to escalate. Our efforts will focus upon purchase, options to purchase, donations, or dedication of land for park and recreation purposes. It is essential that park land be reserved at the earliest ' opportunity. Some funds will also be used to develop Heritage Park and other sites for immediate use by our citizens. ' It is recommended that the City Council authorize the expenditure of $245,000 in Park Development Funds, $175,400 in State Bond Act Funds which are due to the City, and an additional $850,000 from reserve funds for land acquisition and development. The City Council has , previously adopted a priority listing for park acquisition and development. 2. Etiwanda Specific Plan ' It is recommended that two employees be added to the Community Development Department to handle the preparation of the Etiwanda Specific Plan which ' has been authorized by the City Council. It is significant to note that these two staff members are the only new employees recommended for any department during the coming year. While completion of the study will ' take approximately six months, it is anticipated that the new staff members will be assigned to other responsibilities at the completion of the specific plan. ' 3. Commercial -Industrial Development The City's commitment to commercial and industrial development is well , documented. To aid in this effort, it is recommended that the City loan approximately $70,000 to the redevelopment agency to complete the identi- fication and analysis of potential redevelopment projects in the industial- ' commercial center of the community. It is essential that the City actively seek new industry and a regional shopping center in order to strengthen the community's economic base. Redevelopment programs will also be employed ' to solve complex redevelopment problems which cannot be otherwise remedied. 4. Personnel As previously stated, only two new positions are proposed for fiscal year , 1981-1982. Both new employees will be assigned to the Planning Division of the Community Development Department. ' Continued..... ' Mayor and City Council ' Fiscal Year 1981-1982 July 1, 1981 Page Three ' One reclassification for Administrative Aide to Administrative Analyst is proposed. This reclassification more accurately reflects the responsi- bilities of the employee who is presently assigned to the Community Services Department. ' In order to provide compensation adequate to retain and to attract new employees, an adjustment in compensation and employee benefits has been approved by the City Council. While these salary increases do not nec- essarily keep pace with the spiraling inflation which has plagued our ' nation's economy, the increases do insure that salaries and benefits for Rancho Cucamonga remain comparable to those of other public agencies. ' S U M M A R Y ' The 1981-1982 Program of Service totals $10,366,342, of which $5,984,417 is available for General Fund operational expenses and $4,369,925 is reserved for special fund activities. Although the proposed budget again fails to ' provide optimum levels of service, the City will be able to provide essential public services to the Community. ' The City's Executive Management Team is to be commended for its assistance in preparing the financial program which is hereby submitted for the review and adoption by the City Council. Respectfully Submitted, ' ✓✓✓Lauren M. Wasserman City Manager ' LMW/vz 1 I 1 1 J 1 1 CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA CITY COUNCIL -E CITY ATTORNEY CITY _ _ CITY CLERK MANAGER ASST CITY MANAGER LPERSONNEL MAINTENANCE DEVELOPMENT REDEVELOPMENT ADMINISTRATIVE PUBLIC COMMUNITY SERVICES SERVICES AGENCY SERVICES SAFETY SERVICES BUILDING & FINANCE/ HUMAN PARKS SAFETY CITY TREASURER JINVESTIGATION SERVICES PARK STREETS ENGINEERING LICENSING PATROL DEVELOPMENT PLANNING PURCHASING LRECREATION FUND BALANCE ANALYSIS 1981-1982 ESTIMATED ESTIMATED FUND BAL REVENUE FUND 7/1/81 1981-1982 General Fund $ -0- $ 5,835,798 Traffic Safety Fund -0- 96,500 2106 Gas Tax 55,760 210,383 2107 & 2107.5 Gas Tax 116,878 213,810 Article 8 S.B. 325 733,022 612,413 Deferred Compensation -0- -0- Recreation 37,957 52,635 Benefits Contingent Fund 41,797 -0- Capital Replacement Fund 166,182 -0- Revenue Sharing -0- 396,274 N 12,957 60,876 Insurance Fund 65,301 -0- Capital Reserves 626,161 -0- Park Development 215,241 120,000 Beautification 120,000 105,000 Systems Development 326,425 420,000 Drainage Facilities 569,404 430,000 F A U (88,862) 340,000 Grants 32,829 439,742 Central Service Fund 165,660 -0- Special Assessment Districts 26,000 66,000 TOTAL $ 3,209,755 $ 9,338,555 ESTIMATED EST. EXP. FUND BAL TRANSFER IN TRANSFER OUT 1981-1982 6/30/82 $ 1,606,438 $ 1,083,500 $ 6,358,736 $ -0- 96,500 -0- 127,372 138,720 51 189,708 140,980 -0- 391,396 422,749 531,290 35,359 35,359 -0- 77,635 12,957 60,876 -0- 102,673 70,022 15,600 220,604 396,274 -0- -0- 333,752 333,752 65,301 571,060 920,000 277,221 210,282 124,959 26,250 198,750 -0- 105,000 508,862 132,563 107,500 600,364 291,540 251,138 -0- 100,438 339,304 32,829 12,431 24,465 153,626 66,000 -0- 26,000 $ 2,689,938 $ 2,689,938 $10,576,696 $ 1,971,614 1 RESOURCE 1 DISTRIBUTION 1 REVENUE BY MAJOR SOURCES 1978-1979 1979-1980 Misc. 5.7% Taxes 8.6% Misc. 1.07% Sales & Use Revenue Tax 7.1% From Other Agencies Franchises 16.6% 6.7% Chgs. for Svcs. 27.36% Chgs. for Svcs. 55.3% Revenue From Other Agencies 44.2% 1980-1981 Misc. 20.11% Taxes 12.39% Sales & Use Tax 17.58% Chgs. for Ic Svcs. 23.74% Chgs. for Svcs. 17.7/ Revenue From Other Agencies 32.22% 3 1981-1982 (Estimated) Misc. 3.95% 337 & Use 14.04% Taxes 17.56% Sales & Use Tax 17.02% Revenue From Other Agencies 37.73% r s wt s RESOURCES FOR PROGRAM DISTRIBUTION 1481-1QR9 ACTUAL ACTUAL ACTUAL ESTIMATED ESTIMATED SOURCES 1977-1978 1978-1979 1979-1980 1980-1981 1981-1982 TAXES Property Taxes $ 72,108 $ 237,278 $ 616,636 $ 638,814 $ 804,110 Sales & Use Taxes 128,194 1,087,787 1,534,817 1,454,770 1,589,596 Franchises 22,144 277,326 337,807 354,931 527,544 Property Transfer 65,374 133,899 113,548 92,912 107,000 $ 287,820 $ 1,736,290 $ 2,602,808 $ 2,541,427 $ 3,028,250 Total Taxes LICENSES & PERMITS Business Licenses $ 171 $ 173,027 $ 188,633 $ 181,679 $ 190,000 Bicycle Licenses -0- -0- 318 340 400 Dog Licenses 10,491 1 21,498 16,433 15,750 16,500 Building Permits 259,166 404,119 363,274 400,000 484,000 Other Licenses & Permits -0- 613 5,769 1,475 1,000 $ 269,828 I $ 599,257 $ 574,427 $ 599,244 $ 691,900 Total Licenses & Permits FINES & FORFEITURES Court Fines $ 5 $ 3,511 $ 7,631 $ 12,480 $ 13,500' FEES FOR SERVICES Plan Checks $ -0- $ -0- $ 164,494 $ 75,000 $ 150,348 Planning Fees 18,154 204,412 50,729 200,000 230,000 Engineering Fees -0- 100,434 152,236 180,000 225,000 $ 18,154 $ 304,846 $ 367,459 $ 455,000 $ 605,348 Total Fees For Services REVENUE FROM OTHER AGENCIES Aid to Families w/Dep Children $ -0- $ -0- $ -0- $ 52,983 $ -0- Alcoholic Beverage Licenses -0- 13,476 15,892 20,800 -0- Motor Vehicle In Lieu 364,971 584,301 876,573 935,801 961,620* Homeowners Property Tax Relief 5,883 18,620 33,675 21,318 19,000 Business Inventory Prop. Tax Relief 1,94.7 6,902 12,359 5,642 4,000 Trailer Coach'Fee -0- -0- 5,861 6,361, 6,500 Highway Carrier Business License Fee 2,823 5,853 4,345 10,368 -0- Cigarette Tax 46,232 106,857 127,540 138,079 142,729 M RESOURCES FOR PROGRAM DISTRIBUTION 1981-1982 ACTUAL ACTUAL ACTUAL ESTIMATED ESTIMATED SOURCES 1977-1978 1978-1979 1979-1980 1980-1981 1981-1982 REVENUE FROM OTHER AGENCIES Continued... Off Highway License Fees $ 259 $ 659 $ 591 $ 770 $ 682 $ 422,115 $ 736,398 $ 1,076,836 $ 1,192,122 $ 1,134,531 Total Revenue From Other Agencies MISCELLANEOUS Interest $ 8,601 $ 113,154 $ 270,000 $ 270,000 $ 340,360 Sale of Printed Material 14 3,571 63,788 18,000 16,845 Returned Item Charge -0- -0- 215 150 -0- Expenditures Recovered -0- -0- 14,994 1,100 -0- Cash Over & Short -0- -0- 54 -0- -0- Sale of Equipment & Machinery -0- -0- -0- 1,740 -0- Rents & Leases -0- -0- 2,220 2,220 3,564 Sale of Land -0- -0- 23,127 -0- -0- Filing Fees -0- -0- 450 -0- 500 Revenue Not Otherwise Covered -0- -0- 268,414 1,750 1,000 $ 8,615 $ 116,725 $ 643,422 $ 294,960 $ 362,269 Total Miscellaneous TOTAL GENERAL FUND $ 1,006,532 $ 3,493,516 $ 5,272,583 $ 5,095,233 $ 5,835,798 *These are permanently repealed by Legislative action. **Motor Vehicle In Lieu will incur a one-time reduction for Fiscal Year 1981-1982. RESOURCES FOR PROGRAM DISTRIBUTION IOAI-10A9 ACTUAL ACTUAL ACTUAL ESTIMATED ESTIMATED SOURCES 1977-1978 1978-1979 1979-1980 1980-1981 1981-1982 TRAFFIC SAFETY FUND Vehicle Code Fines $ 13,295 $ 73,142 $ 86,372 $ 78,000 $ 96,500 TRANSPORTATION & GAS TAX 2106 Gas Tax $ 105,456 $ 193,782 $ 223,184 $ 217,380 $ 210,383 2107 Gas Tax 108,259 ! 192,281 210,181 213,187 206,310 2107.5 Gas Tax 6,000 6,000 6,000 6,000 7,500 Article 8 S.B. 325 -0- 451,267 494,442 537,600 612,413 $ 219,715 $ 843,330 $ 933,807 $ 974,167 $ 1,036,606 Total Transportation & Gas Tax RECREATION Recreation Programs $ 5,761 $ 26,273 $ 58,668 $ 47,850 $ 52,635 CETA CETA IID $ 14,189 $ 100,600 $ 40,811 $ 2,359 $ -0- REVENUE SHARING Entitlement $ -0- $ -0- $ 226,043 $ 396,274 $ 396,274 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT Park Development $ 158,990 $ 242,904 $ 117,253 $ 81,000 $ 120,000 Systems Development Beautification -0- -0- ((r 14,691 148,710 323,003 209,406 380,000 75,000 420,000 105,000 Storm Drain -0- I 35,323 325,522 281,116 430,000 F A U -0- -0- -0- 222,000 340,000 $ 158,990 $ 568,501 $ 975,184 $ 1,039,116 $ 1,415,000 Total Capital Improvement GRANTS Park Bond $ -0- $ -0- $ -0- $ -0- $ 175,339 North Town (HUD) -0- -0- 30,518 76,035 163,965 OTS (2) -0- -0- 15,576 189,829 100,438 Park Grant -0- 141,341 180,000 20,000 -0 - $ -0- $ 141,341 $ 226,094 $ 285,864 $ 439,742 Total Grants v RESOURCES FOR PROGRAM DISTRIBUTION 1981-1982 SOURCES ACTUAL 1977-1978 ACTUAL 1978-1979 ACTUAL 1979-1980 ESTIMATED 1980-1981 ESTIMATED 1981-1982 SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS Landscape Maintenance (Industrial) $ -0- $ -0- $ -0- $ 48,000 $ 66,000 TOTAL RESOURCES 1981-1982 $ 1,418,482 $ 5,246,703 $ 7,819,562 $ 7,966,863 $ 9,338,555 PROGRAM COSTS BY MAJOR SOURCES 1978-1979 1979-1980 General Government 28.25% Community Improveme Programs .sz.Dl 1980-1981 General Government 20.29% General Government 27.81% clic Safety 31.25% Community Services 3.5% ueveiupment Communis, Services 4.5% Improvement Programs 36.14% 1981-1982 (Estimated) General Government 15.26% Public Safety 29.7% Community Improvement Programs 25.12% Community Community Services 3% Improvement Program 24.46% Development Services 22.55% 0 blic Safety .44% Community Services 3.75% ,elopment services 9.86% Development Services 28.2% iblic Safety) '.56% Community Services 3.86% PROGRAM APPROPRIATIONS 1981-1982 ADMINISTRATIVE & OPERATIONAL COSTS Council Administration/City Clerk Finance/City Treasurer City Facilities Non -Dept Fringe Overhead Non -Dept General Overhead Total Administrative & Operational Costs PROGRAM CENTERS Com. Dev. - Administration Com. Dev. - Planning Com. Dev. - Building & Safety Com. Dev. - Engineering Com. Dev. - Public Works Subtotal Sheriff - Administration Sheriff - Investigation Sheriff - Patrol Subtotal Com. Svcs. - Administration Com. Svcs. - Recreation Com. Svcs. - Community Relations Com. Svcs. - Special Projects Subtotal GRAND TOTAL FUNDING SOURCES General Fund Grants - 0 T S Special Assessment District Subtotal Support From Other Funds Gas Tax Revenue Sharing Vehicle Code Fines Storm Drain Systems Beautification Capital Replacement Central Service Insurance Fund Subtotal TOTAL FUNDING SOURCES $ 294,052 $1,165,357 $ 582,970 $2,042,379 $ 65,836 SUPPLIES & 12,830 $ SALARIES SERVICES CAPITAL TOTAL $ 14,400 $ 9,889 $ -0- $ 24,289 127,578 62,945 1,450 191,973 152,074 69,400 9,460 230,934 -0- 147,757 1,000 148,757 -0- 592,663 -0- 592,663 -0- 282,703 571,060 853,763 $ 294,052 $1,165,357 $ 582,970 $2,042,379 $ 65,836 $ 12,830 $ 1,230 $ 79,896 290,358 46,770 4,000 341,128 215,343 35,286 550 251,179 382,610 73,109 9,100 464,819 188,161 941,200 -0- 1,129,361 $1,142,308 $1,109,195 $ 14,880 $2,266,383 $ 237,842 $ 26,550 $ 4,659 $ 269,051 297,453 43,776 5,126 346,355 1,691,176 218,657 78,998 1,988,831 $2,226,471 $ 288,983 $ 88,783 $2,604,237 $ 78,476 $ 67,635 $ 725 $ 146,836 94,974 7,100 3,000 105,074 -0- -0- -0- -0- -0- 14,000 -0- 14,000 $ 173,450 $ 88,735 $ 3,725 $ 265,910 $3,836,281 $2,652,270 $ 690,358 $7,178,909 $5,835,798 100,438 66,000 $6,002,236 $ 334,157 396,274 96,500 107,500 105,000 26,250 3,600 24,465 82,927 $1,176,673 CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 9 $7,178,909 I 1 I 1 I I 1 1 DEPARTMENTAL GOALS SUMMARY CITY COUNCIL 1981-1982 Goals' It is the goal of the City Council to establish policies and to pursue objectives that result in the most effective and efficient allocation of City resources for the benefit of the citizens of Rancho Cucamonga. 10 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 SUMMARY I FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT General Legislative City Council 01-10 Capital Outlay CURRENT PROPOSED APPROVED CLASSIFICATION PROGRAM PROGRAM I PROGRA11 Salaries & Benefits 15,000 14,400 15,431 Services & Supplies 6,950 9,475 9,889 Capital Outlay -0- -0- -0- Departmental Overhead -' -- '- General Overhead PROGRAM TOTAL 21,950 23,875 25,320 5 5 5 Number of Positions CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 11 j PERSONNEL FUND FUNCTION I DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT General Legislative City Council 01-10 5 POSITIONS BUDGET 14,400 C ,roro ro ro z CURRENT PROPOSED APPROVED POSITION TITLE z W -e PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM tv 0 Councilmember TOTAL 5 5 5 15,000 14,400 14,400 5 5 5 15,000 14,400 14,400 CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 12 1 L, k I I I 1 SERVICES & SUPPLIES FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT General Legislative City Council 1 01-10 CURRENT PROPOSED APPROVED ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM 23 Printing & Publications 100 150 150 24 Office Supplies 300 350 350 25 Travel, Mileage, Meetings 6,550 8,975 9,389 400 TOTAL 6,950 9,475 9,889 TOTAL 6,550 9,389 CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONCA 13 ACTIVITY INFORMATION CURRENT APPROVED TRAVEL, MILEAGE, MEETINGS PROGRAM PROGRAM Sanbag/Southern California Association of Governments 350 400 League of California Cities (2) 1,100 1,500 Labor Relations Institute (3) 1,200 1,200 Citrus Belt Division 200 225 National League of Cities Congressional Conference 900 950 Mileage 1,750 2,514 Miscellaneous 300 500 Council Minutes (Deputy City Clerk) 1,250 National League of Cities 750 850 TOTAL 6,550 9,389 CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONCA 13 I 1 1 1 1 1 k 1 F 1 1 I I 1 h 1 0 administration city clerk DEPARTMENTAL GOALS SUMMARY CITY MANAGER/CITY CLERK 1981-1982 Mission Statement: To effectively and efficiently administer Council directed City-wide policies and programs. Goals: 1. To implement policies and programs as directed by the City Council. 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. 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. A. By meeting periodically with the executive management team to evaluate the progress made in attaining departmental and City goals. B. By personally reviewing 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. This will include the establishment of a news publication for employees. 4. To provide timely information to the City Council concerning pending state, local or federal legislation which may have an impact upon the City. 5. To continue to improve the records management program established for all City departments. 6. To provide a modern "merit" personnel system to attract and retain qualified ' and competent City staff. F 14 I r P 1 I SUMMARY FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT General Administrative City Manager/City Clerk 01-11 Capital Outlay CURRENT PROPOSED APPROVED CLASSIFICATION PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRA1f Salaries & Benefits 112,812 116,062 175,282 Services & Supplies 34,050 62,345 62,945 Capital Outlay 1,830 1,450 1,450 Departmental Overhead -- -- -- General Overhead -- -- __ PROGRAM TOTAL 148,692 179,857 239,677 4 4 4 Number of Positions CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 15 PERSONNEL FUND FUNCTION I DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT I General Administration City Manager/City Clerk 01-11 1 POSITIONS BUDGET 31,008 32,288 z ro ro Deputy City Clerk CURRENT PROPOSED APPROVED POSITION TITLE z vii C PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM 12,264 H 13,590 C City Manager/City Clerk 1 1 1 51,804 51,804 58,500 Assistant City Manager 1 1 1 31,008 32,288 34,710 Secretary to the City Manager/ Deputy City Clerk 1 1 1 17,736 18,828 20,240 Secretary 1 1 1 12,264 12,642 13,590 Overtime 500 538 TOTAL 4 4 4 112,812 116,062 127,578 CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 16 SERVICES & SUPPLIES FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT General Administration City Manager/City Clerk 1 01-11 CURRENT PROPOSED APPROVED ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM 20 Legal Advertising/Zoning 3,200 7,000 7,000 23 Printing & Publications 4,050 5,800 5,800 24 Office Supplies 900 950 950 25 Travel, Mileage, Meetings 8,180 9,600 10,200 28 Contract Service/Election 14,000 34,500 34,500 31 Gasoline/Maintenance 2,600 3,000 3,000 33 Office Machine Maintenance 300 450 450 56 Dues 820 1,045 1,045 750 TOTAL 34,050 62,345 62,945 ACTIVITY INFORMATION CURRENT APPROVED TRAVEL, MILEAGE, MEETINGS PROGRAM PROGRAM League of California Cities 500 1,000 Labor Relations Institute 650 650 Citrus Belt Executive Committee 165 175 Citrus Belt Division Meetings 165 175 City Clerks Institute 300 400 Records Management Seminar 200 250 League of California Cities (City Managers) 600 650 Labor Relations Council Meetings -0- 75 National League of Cities Congressional Conference 900 950 Local Meetings 1,200 1,900 National League of Cities 750 850 International City Managers Association (2) 750 500 Service Clubs 200 225 Mileage Allowance (Assistant City Manager) 1,800 2,400 TOTAL 8,180 10,200 CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 17 SERVICES & SUPPLIES FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT General Administration City Manager/City C 1 01-11 CURRENT PROPOSED I APPROVED ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM TOTAL ACTIVITY INFORMATION CURRENT APPROVED DUES PROGRAM PROGRAM International Institute of Municipal Clerks 45 50 International City Managers Association (2) 400 550 American Society of Public Administrators (2) 35 70 Municipal Management Assistants of Southern California .15 15 Western Governmental Research Association 20 25 Kiwanis 75 75 Southern California City Clerks Association 30 35 Miscellaneous 200 225 TOTAL 820 1,045 CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 18 CAPITAL OUTLAY FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT General Administration City Manager/City Clerk 1 01-11 CURRENT PROPOSED APPROVED ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM 44 Equipment 1,830 1,450 1,450 TOTAL 1,830 1,450 1,450 ACTIVITY INFORMATION TOTAL FURNITURE & EQUIPMENT PROGRAM (1) Fireproof File (2) Bookshelves (1) Calculator 1,450 CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 19 I [J 1 1 L� 1 1 I 1 1 I U 1 1 1 1 finance 1 city treasurer 1 1 DEPARTMENTAL GOALS SUMMARY FINANCE DEPARTMENT/CITY TREASURER 1981-1982 Goals: 1. To meet City financial needs. A. Analyze continuing legislation and its impact on the City financially. B. Seek out alternative sources of financing City programs. C. Continue to invest idle funds to maximize interest earnings. D. Implement budget changes to make the City budget a tool to aid City progress. 2. To continue improving financial record keeping. A. Expand data processing so that detailed and accurate records of departmental activities may be forwarded to the appropriate department. B. Be responsive to auditor suggestions for improvement in record keeping and internal control. C. Continue to improve cost accounting procedures to comply with the mandate of the electorate. 3. Computerize Capital Replacement Program. A. Set up asset inventory. B. Establish rental rates for equipment usage. C. Tag and identify all fixed assets. 4. Improve Purchasing Program. A. Insure purchasing policies and procedures are adhered to. B. Improve purchasing involvement in bid procedures. C. Establish purchase order control. 5. Review City Insurance Program. A. Conduct feasibility study to determine the appropriateness of self-insurance for a dental program and/or health insurance, and eventually, City liability and worker's compensation insurance. 6. To continue to develop a budget that is more than a mere reflection of figures, but is indeed a working document. A. Develop cost centers in the budget. ' B. Maintain a document that changes with appropriate legislation and reflects same. 1 20 n 1 1 11 1 SUMMARY FUND ION FFinCance/City DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT General Treasurer Finance 01-12 Capital Outlay CURRENT PROPOSED APPROVED CLASSIFICATION PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAIS Salaries & Benefits 138,977 141,464 20.8,977 Services & Supplies 61,838 67,311 69,400 Capital Outlay 7,060 9,460 9,460 Departmental Overhead -- -- -- General Overhead -- -- -- PROGRAM TOTAL 207,875 218,235 287,837 9 9 9 Number of Positions CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 21 PERSONNEL FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT General Finance/City Treasurer Finance 1 0.1-12 1 POSITIONS BUDGET 17,272 16,269 17,489 Account Clerk 3 3 3 35,651 c z Business License Inspector 1 1 1 16,528 z ro � CURRENT PROPOSED APPROVED POSITION TITLE z EEn c PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM 12,102 H � d 1 1 1 Finance Director/City Treasurer 1 1 1 33,096 36,129 38,839 Accountant 1 1 1 17,272 16,269 17,489 Account Clerk 3 3 3 35,651 32,454 34,888 Business License Inspector 1 1 1 16,528 17,521 18,835 Clerk Typist 1 1 1 10,504 10,822 11,634 Cashier/Receptionist 1 1 1 12,102 13,045 14,023 Purchasing Clerk 1 1 1 13,824 14,724 15,828 Overtime 500 538 TOTAL 9 9 9 138,977 141,464 152,074 CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 22 SERVICES & SUPPLIES FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT General Finance/City Treasurer Finance 01-12 CURRENT PROPOSED APPROVED ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM 20 Legal Advertising 200 1,650 1;650 23 Printing & Publications 3,500 6,300 6,300 24 Office Supplies 9,000 3,770 3,770 25 Travel, Mileage, Meetings 4,910 8,845 10,934 28 Contractual Services 45,720 45,070 45,070 33 Office Machine Maintenance 475 1,191 1,191 56 Dues 390 485 485 2,400 TOTAL 64,195 67,311 69,400 ACTIVITY INFORMATION CURRENT APPROVED TRAVEL, MILEAGE, MEETINGS PROGRAM PROGRAM League of California Cities 300 500 Labor Relations Institute 325 250 California State Municipal Finance Officers 250 350 California Municipal Business Tax Association 375 520 California Association of Public Purchasing Officers -0- 250 Educational Development Meetings -0- 575 Local Meetings 360 655 Mileage @ .30/mile 1,500 5,434 Car Allowance 1,800 2,400 TOTAL 4,910 10,934 CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 23 SERVICES & SUPPLIES FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT General Finance/City Treasurer Finance 1 01-12 CURRENT PROPOSED APPROVED ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM TOTAL ACTIVITY INFORMATION CURRENT APPROVED DUES PROGRAM PROGRAM California State Municipal Finance Officers 70 85 Municipal Management Assistants of Southern California 20 15 California Municipal Business Tax Association 25 40 California Municipal Treasurers Association 50 -0- Municipal Budget Officers of America 20 20 Municipal Finance Officer of America 150 175 California Association of Public Purchasing Officers -0- 25 Miscellaneous 55 125 TOTAL 390 485 CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 24 CAPITAL OUTLAY FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT General Finance/City Treasurer Finance 01-12 CURRENT PROPOSED APPROVED ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM 44 Equipment 7,060 9,460 9,460 TOTAL 7.060 9,460 9,460 FURNITURE & EQUIPMENT (1) Steno Chair (1) Side Chair (1) Typewriter (1) Secretarial Chair (2) 4 -Drawer Legal Files (1) 3 -Drawer Lateral File (1) Dictaphone (1) Bookshelf Fixed Asset Computer Fixed Asset Inventory ACTIVITY INFORMATION CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 25 TOTAL 9,460 I 1 1 u 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 F 1 1 city facilities 1 1 SUMMARY FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT General City Facilities City Hall 01-17 Capital Outlay CURRENT PROPOSED APPROVED CLASSIFICATION PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM Salaries & Benefits -0- -0- -0- Services & Supplies 189,478 147,757 147,757 Capital Outlay 35,900 1,000 572,060 Departmental Overhead -- --. -- General Overhead -- -- -- PROGRAM TOTAL 225,378 148,757 719,817 -0- -0- -0- Number of Positions CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 26 SERVICES & SUPPLIES FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT General City Facilities City Hall 01-17 16,101 16,101 24 CURRENT PROPOSED APPROVED ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION Contracts (Leases & Rents) PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM 21 Utilities 28,692 38,300 38;300 23 Postage 12,000 16,101 16,101 24 General Office Supplies 15,872 12,400 12,400 28 Contracts (Leases & Rents) 121,172 66,456 66,456 34 Building Maintenance & Supplies 11,742 14,500 14,500 TOTAL 1-8-91478- 147,757 147,757 ACTIVITY INFORMATION CURRENT APPROVED UTILITIES PROGRAM PROGRAM Electrical 10,8.9.7 14,554 Gas 5,207 6,128 Phone 12,588 17,618 Subtotal 28,692 38,300 POSTAGE & OFFICE SUPPLIES 27,872 28,501 LEASES & RENTS 121,172 66,456 9340 A, B, C & D 9320 C 9360 D & M Copy Equipment & Supplies BUILDING MAINTENANCE & SUPPLIES 11,742 14,500 TOTAL 189,478 147,757 CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 27 CAPITAL OUTLAY FUNDI FUNCTION I DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY I ACCOUNT General City Facilities City Hall 01-17 ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION CURRENT PROPOSED APPROVED PROGRAM - - PROGRAM PROGRAM 43 Building 35,900 -0- -0- 44 Equipment -0- 1,000 1,000 TOTAL 35,900 1,000 1,000 ACTIVITY INFORMATION TOTAL EQUIPMENT PROGRAM Code -A -Phone 1,000 CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 28 I I 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 I h [1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 non -departmental SUMMARY FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT Services & Supplies Non -Departmental Overhead 875,366 Capital Outlay CURRENT PROPOSED APPROVED CLASSIFICATION PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM Salaries & Benefits Services & Supplies 370,350 557,181 875,366 Capital Outlay 344,700 571,060 571,060 Departmental Overhead General Overhead PROGRAM TOTAL 1,019,783 1,128,241 1,446,426 Number of Positions -0- -0- -0- L CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 29 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 SERVICES & SUPPLIES FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT General I Non -Departmental Overhead CURRENT PROPOSED APPROVED ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM ACTIVITY INFORMATION CURRENT APPROVED PROGRAM PROGRAM TOTAL CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 30 P.E.R.S. 116,254 269,049 288,.094 Health Insurance 50,136 82,927 85,877 Worker's Compensation Insurance 26,649 59,340 63,791 Deferred Compensation 24,000 33,000 35,359 Long Term Disability 21,721 23,912 23,912 Unemployment Insurance 8,637 9,691 9,691 Life Insurance 3,013 3,590 3,590 Management Development 3,000 3,366 3,366 Tuition Reimbursement 3,000 3,366 3,366 Coffee Fund 240 300 300 Vacation Amortization 10,685 12,417 13,528 Long Term Sick Leave 26,713 29,365 33,820 Injured -On -Duty 10,685 12,417 13,528 Dental Insurance -0- 14,441 14,441 Overhead = 37.55% TOTAL 304,733 1 557,181 592,663 ACTIVITY INFORMATION CURRENT APPROVED PROGRAM PROGRAM TOTAL CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 30 SERVICES S SUPPLIES FUND FUNCTION (DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY I ACCOUNT Non- Departmental Overhead ACCOUNT] CLASSIFICATION CURRENT PROPOSED PROGRAM PROGRAM APPROVED PROGRAM ACTIVITY INFORMATION CURRENT APPROVED PROGRAM PROGRAM TOTAL CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 31 Legal Services 36,000 36,000 46,800 Dues (City) 8,500 8,500 8,500 Liability S Fire Insurance 108,850 132,450 132,450 Employment Advertising 5,000 4,000 4,000 Employment Physicals 3,000 3,000 3,000 Audit 5,000 5,500 6,000 Reserve for Capital Replacement 205,000 70,022 70,022 Civic Center 344,700 571,060 571,060 Central Services -0- 12,431 12,431 General City Overhead = 25.48% TOTAL 716,050 842,963 853,763 ACTIVITY INFORMATION CURRENT APPROVED PROGRAM PROGRAM TOTAL CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 31 I 1 I I 'DEPARTMENT PROGRAM COMMUNITY :MME 'a DEVELOPMENT i _Oi Msi :yv I 1 1 I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 11 C 1 1 1 1 1 1 administration Mission Statement: , To continue the achievement of effective program implementation and accountability ' in the operations of Building and Safety, Engineering and Planning to the City Manager and City Council while maintaining the separate professional identity and distinct set of responsibilities of each division. Goals: 1. To implement policies and programs as directed by the City Manager, City Council and Planning Commission. 2. To continue to provide timely information and open communication which is , essential in order to keep the City Manager and the City Council informed of significant local problems, programs and the priorities of the Department. A. Input to, and meeting with, community groups when necessary. B. Preparation of comprehensive reports on a periodic basis for the City Manager, City Council and Planning Commission. 3. To continue efforts to foster a greater employee awareness of City problems, programs and priorities. A. The evaluation of progress made in reaching City and Department goals. B. Increasing the frequency of written, informal communications with Division ' heads. C. Continued liaison and education between Division heads and their employees , in goal awareness. 4. To provide timely information to the City Manager, City Council and Planning ' Commission concerning pending state, local and federal legislation which may have an impact upon the City. I 32 1 DEPARTMENTAL GOALS SUMMARY COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT ' Administration 1981-1982 Mission Statement: , To continue the achievement of effective program implementation and accountability ' in the operations of Building and Safety, Engineering and Planning to the City Manager and City Council while maintaining the separate professional identity and distinct set of responsibilities of each division. Goals: 1. To implement policies and programs as directed by the City Manager, City Council and Planning Commission. 2. To continue to provide timely information and open communication which is , essential in order to keep the City Manager and the City Council informed of significant local problems, programs and the priorities of the Department. A. Input to, and meeting with, community groups when necessary. B. Preparation of comprehensive reports on a periodic basis for the City Manager, City Council and Planning Commission. 3. To continue efforts to foster a greater employee awareness of City problems, programs and priorities. A. The evaluation of progress made in reaching City and Department goals. B. Increasing the frequency of written, informal communications with Division ' heads. C. Continued liaison and education between Division heads and their employees , in goal awareness. 4. To provide timely information to the City Manager, City Council and Planning ' Commission concerning pending state, local and federal legislation which may have an impact upon the City. I 32 1 SUMMARY FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT General Community Development Administration 01-20 Capital Outlay CURRENT PROPOSED APPROVED CLASSIFICATION PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM Salaries & Benefits 57,850 61,242 90,355 Services & Supplies 9,412 11,870 12,830 Capital Outlay 200 1,230 1,230 Departmental Overhead -- -- -- General Overhead -- -- 26,610 PROGRAM TOTAL 67,462 74,342 131,025 2 2 2 Number of Positions CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 33 PERSONNEL FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT General Community Development Administration 01-20 1 POSITIONS BUDGET 15,403 16,173 17,386 ro c z TOTAL ro a CURRENT PROPOSED APPROVED POSITION TITLE z (A�1 < PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM H O d Community Development Director 1 1 1 42,447 44,569 47,912 Administrative Secretary 1 1 1 15,403 16,173 17,386 Overtime 500 538 TOTAL 2 2 2 57,8.50 61,242 65,836 CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 34 SERVICES & SUPPLIES FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT General Community Development Administration 01-20 CURRENT PROPOSED APPROVED ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM 20 Legal Advertising -0- -0- -0- 23 Printing & Publications 800 800 300 24 Office Supplies 500 500 300 25 Travel, Mileage, Meetings 7,100 9,380 10,940 28 Contract Services -0- -0- -0- 29 Plan Check -0- -0- -0- 30 Gasoline -0- 128 128 31 Vehicle & Equipment Maintenance -0- -0- -0- 33 Office Equipment Maintenance 100 -0- 100 56 Dues 912 1,062 1,062 TOTAL 9,412 11,870 12,830 ACTIVITY INFORMATION CURRENT APPROVED TRAVEL, MILEAGE, MEETINGS PROGRAM PROGRAM National American Planning Association 600 800 Mileage @ .30/mile 900 2,560 League of California Cities 300 500 California American Planning Association 300 300 Planning Commission Institute 300 500 Car Allowance 2,400 3,000 Local Meetings 750 900 Special Miscellaneous Council/Planning Commission 850 1,000 Labor Relations Institute -0- 300 Planning Commission Minutes (Administrative Secretary) 700 1,080 TOTAL 7,100 10,940 CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 35 SERVICES & SUPPLIES FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT General Community Development Administratio 1 01-20 CURRENT PROPOSED APPROVED ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM TOTAL ACTIVITY INFORMATION CURRENT APPROVED DUES PROGRAM PROGRAM American Institute of Certified Planners -0- 150 American Planning Association 50 50 American Society of Public Administrators 150 150 International City Managers Association 150 150 National Association of Housing & Redevelopment Officials 100 100 National Association of Home Builders 100 100 Urban Land Institute 95 95 Miscellaneous 267 267 TOTAL 912 1,062 CITY OF RANCHO CUCAM.ONGA 36 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i 1 i i 1 1 1 1 CAPITAL OUTLAY FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT General Community Development Administration 01-20 CURRENT PROPOSED APPROVED ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM 44 Equipment 200 1,230 1,230 TOTAL 200 1,230 1,230 ACTIVITY INFORMATION TOTAL EQUIPMENT PROGRAM (1) Bookcase (1) Table (2) Chairs (1) Small Table CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 37 1,230 I I 1 planning I I DEPARTMENTAL GOALS SUMMARY COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT Planning Division 1981-1982 Mission Statement: To provide competent planning services to the public, Planning Commission and City Council in a timely manner, while maintaining a good rapport with all entities involved. Goals: 1. To implement the General Plan and its elements. A. By completion of the preparation and review of a new zoning ordinance by Staff and the consultant. C' [J I B. By initiating and completing public hearings on the zoning ordinance by the Planning Commission and City Council. , C. By creating new City standards for development. 2. To continue efforts to encourage specific planning of large parcels of land 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. 3. To provide technical assistance to the Planning Commission , City Council, other City departments, the general public, and Citizen Advisory Committees. A. By continued attendance at the various public meetings. B. By preparing detailed informational studies for distribution such as: Summary Data on the 1980 Census Growth Projections Land Use Survey Data Housing Data Industrial/Commercial Data 4. To continue providing high quality planning services in a timely and efficient manner 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. SUMMARY FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT General Community Development Planning 01-21 Capital Outlay CURRENT PROPOSED APPROVED CLASSIFICATION PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRA11 Salaries & Benefits 218,206 277,718 395,568 Services & Supplies 124,545 41,115 46,770 Capital Outlay 4,678 4,000 4,000 Departmental Overhead -- -- 11,766 General Overhead -- -- 113,747 PROGRAM TOTAL 347,429 322,833 571,851 17'x, 19';, 19�C Number of Positions CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 39 PERSONNEL FUND FUNCTION I DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT 1 General Community Development Planning 01-21 31,209 POSITIONS 2 2 2 BUDGET 53,228 57,220 Associate Planner 2 3 3 39,237 59,827 64,314 c z � 3 37,294 55,943 60,139 Junior Planner ro z CURRENT PROPOSED APPROVED POSITION TITLE Community Code Representative 1 < PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM 21,941 H � b 1 12,202 12,371 City Planner 1 1 1 27,340 29,032 31,209 Senior Planner 2 2 2 47,652 53,228 57,220 Associate Planner 2 3 3 39,237 59,827 64,314 Assistant Planner 2 3 3 37,294 55,943 60,139 Junior Planner 0 0 0 -0- -0- -0- Community Code Representative 1 1 1 19,397 20,410 21,941 Secretary 1 1 1 12,202 12,371 13,299 Clerk Typist 211 231 2;g 26,135 27,598 29,668 Planning Aide 3/4 3/4 3/4 5,949 8,900 9,568 Planning Commission 5 5 5 3,000 3,000 3,000 TOTAL 171;, 1911. 19'f, 218,206 270,309 290,358 CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 40 SERVICES & SUPPLIES FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT General Community Development Planning 01-21 CURRENT PROPOSED APPROVED ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM 20 Legal Advertising 5,000 5,000 5,.000 23 Printing & Publications 7,000 12,000 17,000 24 Office Supplies 3,700 8,000 8,000 25 Travel, Mileage, Meetings 6,040 10,100 10,755 28 Contract Services 100,000 5,000 5,000 29 Plan Check -0- -0- -0- 30 Gasoline 2,000 -0- 300 31 Vehicle & Equipment Maintenance 500 500 200 33 Office Equipment Maintenance 200 200 200 56 Dues 105 315 315 TOTAL 124,545 41,115 46,770 ACTIVITY INFORMATION CURRENT APPROVED TRAVEL, MILEAGE, MEETINGS PROGRAM PROGRAM League of California Cities -0- 500 Planning Commission Institute 1,800 3,500 Local Meetings 1,000 1,900 Mileage @ .30/mile 1,440 2,455 Car Allowance 1,800 2,400 TOTAL 6,040 10,755 CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 41 SERVICES & SUPPLIES FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT General Community Development Planning 01-21 CURRENT PROPOSED APPROVED ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM TOTAL ACTIVITY INFORMATION CURRENT APPROVED DUES PROGRAM PROGRAM American Planning Association 55 165 American Institute of Certified Planners 50 150 TOTAL 105 315 CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 42 CAPITAL OUTLAY FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT General Community Development Planning 01-21 CURRENT PROPOSED APPROVED ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM 44 Equipment 4,678 4,000 4,000 TOTAL 4,678 4,000 4,000 ACTIVITY INFORMATION TOTAL EQUIPMENT & FURNITURE PROGRAM (2) Typewriters (1) Desk (1) Chair (1) Credenza 4,000 CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 43 I 1 L 1 I I I I building & safety DEPARTMENTAL GOALS SUMMARY COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT Building and Safety Division 1981-1982 Mission Statement: To provide high quality, professional building construction and community safety services to the citizens of Rancho Cucamonga. Goals: 1. To improve Division response to developmental interests. A. By preparation and implementation of specific written procedures for plan review. B. By development of grading permit and inspection card forms. C. By review and revision of current permit forms for clarity, appropriateness and ease of processing. 2. To facilitate cooperation and training of Division personnel. A. By instituting field trips to building sites by office clerical staff. B. By continuation of intra -divisional training sessions. 3. To improve the image of the Building and Safety Division as a service orgainization A. By preparation of informational releases through the "Grapevine", regarding pitfalls and practices for construction projects. B. By preparation of citizen information booklet: "How to Obtain Permits". 4. To improve the community image. A. By initiating programs to discourage or prevent indiscriminate dumping. 44 r 1 I F [1 11 C SUMMARY FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT General Community Development Building & Safety 01-22 Capital Outlay CURRENT PROPOSED APPROVED CLASSIFICATION PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRA11 Salaries & Benefits 193,065 200,319 296,002 Services & Supplies 22,605 35,195 35,286 Capital Outlay 1,350 550 550 Departmental Overhead -- -- 8,752 General Overhead -- -- 84,567 PROGRAM TOTAL 217,020 236,064 425,157 10 10 10 Number of Positions CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 45 PERSONNEL FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT General Community Development Building & Safety 01-22 1 POSITIONS BUDGET 24,327 c z Plan Check Engineer 1 1 1 21,119 22,364 ro z CURRENT PROPOSED APPROVED POSITION TITLE z 16,955 c PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM 80,078 H 87,636 d 2 2 2 21,008 21,828 � Overtime Building Official 1 1 1 31,138 33,337 35,837 Building Inspection Supervisor 1 1 1 24,327 24,996 26,871 Plan Check Engineer 1 1 1 21,119 22,364 24,041 Engineering Technician 1 1 1 14,895 15,772 16,955 Building Inspector 4 4 4 80,078 81,522 87,636 Clerk Typist 2 2 2 21,008 21,828 23,465 Overtime 500 500 538 TOTAL 10 10 10 193,065 200,319 215,343 CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA ETI 1 1 1 1 1 SERVICES & SUPPLIES FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT General Community Development Building & Safety 01-22 2,000 2,000 24 CURRENT PROPOSED APPROVED ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION Travel, Mileage, Meetings PROGRAM PROGRAM 3,191 PROGRAM 20 Legal Advertising 100 -0- -0- 23 Printing & Publications 2,500 2,000 2,000 24 Office Supplies 1,800 800 800 25 Travel, Mileage, Meetings 3,405 2,500 3,191 28 Contract Services 5,000 6,800 6,200 29 Plan Check 4,000 16,000 16,000 30 Gasoline 2,500 4,000 4,000 31 Vehicle & Equipment Maintenance 2,000 2,500 2,500 33 Office Machine Maintenance 1,100 300 300 56 Dues 200 295 295 TOTAL 22,605 35,195 35,286 ACTIVITY INFORMATION CURRENT APPROVED TRAVEL, MILEAGE, MEETINGS PROGRAM PROGRAM California Building Officials 355 350 Local Meetings 250 400 Mileage @ .30/mile 1,300 341 Car Allowance 1,500 2,100 TOTAL 3,405 3,191 CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 47 SERVICES & SUPPLIES FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT General Community Development Building & Safety 01-22 CURRENT PROPOSED APPROVED ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM TOTAL ACTIVITY INFORMATION DUES CURRENT APPROVED PROGRAM PROGRAM International Conference of Building Officials 100 100 International Association of Mechanical & Plumbing Officials 50 50 Foothill Chapter Int'l Conference of Building Officials 25 25 Citrus Belt Chapter Int's Conference of Building Officials 25 45 California Building Officials -0- 75 TOTAL 200 295 CITY OF RANCHO CUCAM.ONGA 48 CAPITAL OUTLAY FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT General Community Development Building & Safety 01-22 CURRENT PROPOSED APPROVED ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM 44 Equipment 1,350 550 550 TOTAL 1,350 550 550 EQUIPMENT (1) Layout Table (2) Bookcases Miscellaneous Small Tools (Field) ACTIVITY INFORMATION CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 49 TOTAL 550 I I 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 I I 1 1 1 1 engineering 1 1 DEPARTMENTAL GOALS SUMMARY ' COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT Engineering Division ' 1981-1982 Mission Statement: ' To provide efficient, accurate and timely review of all land division actions, develop- ' ment proposals, improvement plans; maintain responsive inspection services in order to enforce high quality construction standards uniformly throughout the community. Goals: ' 1. To improve overall division efficiency, communication and provide 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 improving community relations programs by better communications on City activities and project development. 2. To maintain current processing times for land division, development review and plan check services while improving development and construction standards. A. By maintaining parcel map processing time of three (3) months. B. By maintaining tract map processing time to optimum time of five (5) months of City processing. C. By insuring maximum plan check turnaround time of two (2) weeks. D. By maintaining City standard drawings and specifications. E. By refining the survey records system for replacement tract maps, parcel maps, records of surveys, bench marks and intersection ties. F. By developing a City Atlas of parcel information. 3. To provide responsive inspection services in order to enforce high quality construction standards uniformly throughout the community. 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 within a twenty-one (21) day maximum limitation to City standards. C. By insuring strict compliance with traffic control pratices through quarterly review of construction practices. D. By improving all inspection records to insure accessible daily inspection entries on active construction. 50 DEPARTMENTAL GOALS SUMMARY COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT ' Engineering Division 1981-1982 ' continued ' 4. To complete development of a complete traffic surveillance system to improve traffic efficiency and reduce accident rates. ' A. By maintaining a traffic count system to count major and secondary streets on an annual basis, collector streets every two (2) years and selective local streets on a five (5) year basis. ' B. By continuing routine accident plotting on a weekly 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 (1) month. ' D. By completing inventory traffic devices on major streets. E. By updating and certifying required speed zone studies. ' F. By obtaining pavement marker demonstration grant. G. By obtaining grant funds for pedestrian and safe routes to school study. ' H. By development of a Traffic Systems Management Program. 5. Maintain long range Capital Improvements Program and to quickly and efficiently ' construct budgeted capital projects. A. By completing all budgeted projects within the year. ' B. By the drain master completing adoption of storm plan. ' C. By pursuing funds for major grade separation projects. D. By developing a large scale construction program to complete major storm drain construction. ' E. By establishing a priority program for utility undergrounding. 6. To insure optimum utilization of maintenance resources to provide the most cost ' effective maintenance of street, storm drains, parkways and parks. ' A. By improvement of vehicle maintenance program. B. By exploring City-wide options for the extension of benefit assessments to the area of parkway maintenance, street lighting, street sweeping, and trail ' maintenance. C. By performing detailed audit of street lighting charges. ' D. By improving maintenance management system to increase productivity through improved scheduling. ' 51 SUMMARY FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT General Community Development Engineering 01-23 Capital Outlay CURRENT PROPOSED APPROVED CLASSIFICATION PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM Salaries & Benefits 332,496 355,915 520,399 Services & Supplies 96,350 72,200 73,109 Capital Outlay 31,120 9,100 9,100 Departmental Overhead -- -- 15,893 General Overhead -- -- 153,572 PROGRAM TOTAL 459,966 437,215 772,073 17 17 17 Number of Positions CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA Lya PERSONNEL FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT General Community Development Engineering 01-23 1 POSITIONS 1 27,097 BUDGET 31,620 Public Works Engineer 1 1 1 25,781 27,568 29,636 Associate Civil Engineer 0 2 2 46,662 50,377 54,155 Assistant Civil Engineer ro z CURRENT PROPOSED APPROVED POSITION TITLE z M c PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM 53,089 H O C 2 41,466 43,783 City Engineer 1 1 1 34,772 38,124 40,983 Senior Civil Engineer 1 1 1 27,097 29,414 31,620 Public Works Engineer 1 1 1 25,781 27,568 29,636 Associate Civil Engineer 2 2 2 46,662 50,377 54,155 Assistant Civil Engineer 2 2 2 45,126 45,117 48,501 Engineering Technician 3 3 3 39,073 49,385 53,089 Public Works Inspector 2 2 2 41,466 43,783 47,067 Public Works Inspector Trainee 1 1 1 15,662 17,969 19,317 Secretary 1 1 1 13,262 14,007 15,058 Traffic Analyst 1 1 1 20,595 22,171 23,834 Engineering Aides/Clerk 2 2 2 18,000 18,000 19,350 Overtime 5,000 -0- -0- TOTAL 17 17 17 332,496 355,915 382,610 CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 53 SERVICES & SUPPLIES FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT General Community Development I Engineering 1 01-23 CURRENT PROPOSED APPROVED ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM 20 Legal Advertising 500 1,000 1,000 23 Printing & Publications 3,200 5,000 5,000 24 Office Supplies 6,500 4,500 4,500 25 Travel, Mileage, Meetings 7,650 4,350 5,259 28 Contract Services 65,000 46,750 46,750 30 Gasoline 9,100 6,000 6,000 31 Vehicle & Equipment Maintenance 3,400 3,400 3,400 33 Office Equipment Maintenance 500 500 500 56 Dues 500 700 700 TOTAL 96,350 72,200 73,109 ACTIVITY INFORMATION CURRENT APPROVED TRAVEL, MILEAGE, MEETINGS PROGRAM PROGRAM League of California Cities 300 500 Traffic Engineers 100 100 City Engineers 150 150 American Public Works Association 200 -0- Institute of Traffic Engineers 300 -0- Mileage @ .30/mile 3,200 3,409 Local Meetings 1,000 500 League of Cities Public Works Meetings 600 600 Car Allowance 1,800 -0- TOTAL 7,650 5,259 CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 54 SERVICES & SUPPLIES FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT General Community Development Engineering 01-23 CURRENT PROPOSED APPROVED ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM CONTRACT SERVICES Plan Check Vehicle Lease Agreement (Tie System Maintenance Standards TOTAL ACTIVITY INFORMATION CURRENT APPROVED PROGRAM PROGRAM 40,000 45,000 -0- 1,750 10,000 -0- 15,000 -0- TOTAL CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 55 65 SERVICES & SUPPLIES FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT General Community Development Engineering 01-23 CURRENT PROPOSED APPROVED ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM TOTAL ACTIVITY INFORMATION CURRENT APPROVED DUES PROGRAM PROGRAM American Public Works Association 50 150 Institute of Traffic Engineers 120 120 City & County Engineers 20 20 Riverside -San Bernardino Traffic Engineers 10 10 Street Superintendents & Maintenance Association 35 35 Southern California Turf Association 35 35 International Society of Arboriculture 35 35 Miscellaneous 195 295 TOTAL 500 700 CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 56 CAPITAL OUTLAY FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT General Community Development Engineering 01-23 CURRENT PROPOSED APPROVED ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM 44 Equipment 13,920 4,500 4,500 45 Vehicles 17,200 4,600 4,600 TOTAL 31,120 9,100 9,100 ACTIVITY INFORMATION TOTAL EQUIPMENT & VEHICLES PROGRAM Office Furniture (1) Typewriter Field Equipment Staff Car & Radio 9,100 CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 57 public works SUMMARY FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT General Community Development Public Works 0 -2 Capital Outlay CURRENT PROPOSED APPROVED CLASSIFICATION PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM Salaries & Benefits 161,862 175,034 256,797 Services & Supplies 791,409 941,200 941,200 Capital Outlay 99,240 -0- 2,390,810 Departmental Overhead -- -- 94,614 General Overhead -- -- 914,594 PROGRAM TOTAL 1,052,511 1,116,234 4,598,015 11 1 11 11 Number of Positions $2,390,810 is part of the City improvement program, and will be found in that portion of the Program of Services. CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA I n I I I U I I PERSONNEL FUND FUNCTION I DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT 1 General Community Development Public Works 01-24 4 POSITIONS 4 62,746 BUDGET 72,100 C', 6 6 6 77,996 80,377 86,405 Overtime 5,000 5,375 TOTAL CURRENT PROPOSED APPROVED POSITION TITLE z 11 TC)tc)j PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM Maintenance Supervisor 1 1 1 21,120 22,587 24,281 Maintenance Worker II 4 4 4 62,746 67,070 72,100 Maintenance Worker I 6 6 6 77,996 80,377 86,405 Overtime 5,000 5,375 TOTAL 11 11 11 161,862 175,034 188,161 CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 59 SERVICES & SUPPLIES FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT General Community DevelopmentPublic Works 01-24 CURRENT PROPOSED APPROVED ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM 21 Utilities 34,500 54,500 54,500 28 Contract Services 341,409 414,000 414,000 30 Fuel 46,000 26,000 26,000 31 Vehicle & Equipment Maintenance 5,000 Storm Operations 25,000 25,000 & Supplies 24,000 95,500 95,500 34 Facilities 20,000 -0- -0- 35 Uniforms -0- 500 500 40 Street Lights 325,000 350,000 350,000 56 Dues 500 700 700 TOTAL 791,409 941,200 941,200 ACTIVITY INFORMATION CURRENT APPROVED CONTRACT SERVICES PROGRAM PROGRAM Maintenance Management Program 28,000 -0- Street Sweeping 20,000 20,000 Shoulder Grading 5,000 5,000 Storm Operations 25,000 25,000 Tree Trimming 49,500 55,000 Traffic Striping 50,000 55,000 Signal Maintenance 25,000 50,000 Equipment Patching 40,000 30,000 Concrete Repair 20,000 20,000 Parkway Maintenance 46,409 114,000 County Parkway Weed Control 20,000 25,000 Weed Abatement 12,500 15,000 TOTAL 341,409 414,000 CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 60 f ! t� e e � I i i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i administration DEPARTMENTAL GOALS SUMMARY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT 1981-1982 Mission Statement: To provide services that contribute to the preservation of the community health, safety, tranquility and general welfare for the City of Rancho Cucamonga. Goals: 1. To provide traffic enforcement in an effort to minimize the loss of lives by reducing traffic injury accidents by ten percent by June 30, 1982. A. By utilizing planning and research to identify the most hazardous areas in the City, and then employ selective enforcement. B. Increase enforcement through scheduling during peak hours for persons driving under the influence and increase the deputy awareness in identifying drunk drivers. C. Increase citizen awareness program regarding traffic hazards and enforcement goals through personal contacts, group meetings and the media. 2. To reduce by ten percent the high burglary rate by June 30, 1982. A. By accelerating the community service officers' citizen contacts via Neighborhood Watch Programs in the community. B. Promote more educational programs and conduct on -sight assistance when needed at commercial businesses by the community service officer. C. By concentrating patrol efforts in the high crime areas at peak hours to further reduce burglaries. D. Institute a program with the school resource officer and school proctors to periodically conduct sweeps for truant students and return them to school, which would limit juvenile burglaries committed during school hours. 3. To reduce the average response time to law enforcement officers to eight minutes by June 30, 1982. A. Continued aggressive actions by Watch Commanders to keep officers in the field. B. Reassign manpower as needed to peak hours and/or seasonal demands. C. Continue to maintain active liason with the Dispatch Center. D. By monitoring and identifying in-house problems created by the patrol officers and take corrective action. 011 1 1 1 1 SUMMARY FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT General Sheriff Administration 01-40 Capital Outlay CURRENT PROPOSED APPROVED CLASSIFICATION PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM Salaries & Benefits 213,323 234,199 237,842 Services & Supplies 20,889 26,550 26,550 Capital Outlay 8,344 4,659 8,394 Departmental Overhead -- -- -- General Overhead -- -- 69,519 PROGRAM TOTAL 242,556 265,408 342,305 10 1/12 10 10 Number of Positions CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 61 PERSONNEL FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT General Sheriff Administration 01-40 3/4 POSITIONS BUDGET 15,428 C � Secretary 1 1 1 14,799 17,017 17,017 Limited Deputy Duty CURRENT PROPOSED APPROVED POSITION TITLE z voi c PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM 39,312 y 45,102 Police Clerks 4 4 4 38,315 48,576 52,219 d Captain 1 1 1 31,019 35,893 35,893 Deputy 3/4 0 0 15,428 -0- -0- Secretary 1 1 1 14,799 17,017 17,017 Limited Deputy Duty 1/3 1 1 5,373 17,873 17,873 Substation Clerks 3 3 3 39,312 45,102 45,102 Police Clerks 4 4 4 38,315 48,576 52,219 Overtime 1,908 1,932 1,932 Fringe Benefits 36,305 38,381 38,381 Salary Adjustment 13,566 9,213 9,213 County Overhead 17,298 20,212 20,212 TOTAL 0112 10 10 213,323 234,199 237,842 CITY OF RANCEO CUCAMONGA 62 SERVICES & SUPPLIES FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT General Sheriff Administration 01-40 CURRENT PROPOSED APPROVED ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM 21 Utilities 1,754 5,328 5,328 24 Office Supplies 2,463 2,812 2,812 25 Travel, Mileage, Meetings 2,359 1,875 1,875 28 Contracts (Leases) 9,600 11,363 11,363 31 Fuel & Maintenance 4,236 4,513 4,513 56 Dues 75 90 90 County Overhead 402 569 569 TOTAL 20,889 26,550 26,550 ACTIVITY INFORMATION CURRENT APPROVED TRAVEL, MILEAGE, MEETINGS _ PROGRAM PROGRAM Local Service Club 225 -0- Miscellaneous Meetings & Mileage 2,000 1,500 West End Chiefs 84 -0- Crime Prevention 50 100 FBI National Academy Seminars -0- 275 TOTAL 2,359 1,875 CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 63 SERVICES & SUPPLIES FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT General Sheriff Administration 01-40 CURRENT PROPOSED APPROVED ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM TOTAL ACTIVITY INFORMATION CURRENT APPROVED DUES PROGRAM PROGRAM Kiwanis 75 75 FBI National Academy -0- 15 TOTAL 75 90 CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 64 CAPITAL OUTLAY FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT General Sheriff Administration 01-40 CURRENT PROPOSED APPROVED ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM 44 Equipment 6,144 1,709 1,709 45 Vehicles 2,200 2,950 2,950 TOTAL 8,344 4,659 4,659 ACTIVITY INFORMATION TOTAL PROGRAM CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 65 I I 0 1 1 1 11 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 investigati®n SUMMARY FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT General Sheriff Investigation 01-40 Capital Outlay CURRENTPROPOSED T 5,126 APPROVED CLASSIFICATION PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM Salaries & Benefits 278,409 297,453 297,453 Services & Supplies 33,436 43,776 43,776 Capital Outlay 14,594 5,126 9,041 Departmental Overhead -- -- 51,038 General Overhead -- -- 89,265 PROGRAM TOTAL 326,439 346,355 490,573 6;j 633 631 Number of Positions CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA M PERSONNEL FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT General Sheriff Investigation 0.1-40 1 POSITIONSyy 1 25,675 29,524 BUDGET Detective 5 5 5 113,464 125,905 125,905 Overtime C � b 19,163 23,434 23,434 Fringe Benefits ro z CURRENT PROPOSED APPROVED POSITION TITLE z Hw�xy7 PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM County Overhead H d 28,939 34,680 34,680 TOTAL C7 Lieutenant 3� 11 14,152 16,276 16,276 Sergeant 1 1 1 25,675 29,524 29,524 Detective 5 5 5 113,464 125,905 125,905 Overtime 19,163 23,434 23,434 Fringe Benefits 54,337 53,643 53,643 Salary Adjustment 22,679 13,991 13,991 County Overhead 28,939 34,680 34,680 TOTAL 61g 1 615 61,2 278,409 297,453 297,453 CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 67 SERVICES & SUPPLIES FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT General Sheriff Investigation 1 01-40 CURRENT PROPOSED APPROVED ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM 21 Utilities 2,380 6,660 6,660 24 Office Supplies 1,601 2,812 2,812 25 Travel, Mileage, Meetings 3,000 2,000 2,000 28 Contract Services (Leases) 5,000 11,363 11,363 31 Fuel & Maintenance 20,921 20,306 20,306 County Overhead 534 635 635 TOTAL 33,436 43,776 43,776 ACTIVITY INFORMATION CURRENT APPROVED PROGRAM PROGRAM TOTAL CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 68 CAPITAL OUTLAY FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT General Sheriff Investigation 01-40 CURRENT PROPOSED APPROVED ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM 44 Equipment 3,944 5,126 5,126 45 Vehicles 10,650 -0- -0- TOTAL 1-4-1-594- -5,1,26- 5 126 ACTIVITY INFORMATION TOTAL PROGRAM CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 69 I 1 1 1 1 1 LJ C� 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 patrol SUMMARY FUND ION FSh DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT General ff Patrol 01-40 Capital Outlay CURRENT PROPOSED APPROVED CLASSIFICATION PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM Salaries & Benefits 1,588,676 1,689,832 1,691,176 Services & Supplies 189,116 183,147 218,657 Capital Outlay 67,223 78,998 90,089 Departmental Overhead -- -- 291,267 General Overhead -- -- 509,673 PROGRAM TOTAL 1,845,025 1,839.,046 2,800,862 47 3/4 471 4711 Number of Positions CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 70 PERSONNEL FUNDFUNCTION 11 DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT General Sheriff Patrol 01-40 5 POSITIONS 5 BUDGET 147,620 .147,620 Deputy 341„ 35 35 722,564 798,770 798,770 Dispatcher 3 3 3 41,746 46,227 46,227 It z CURRENT PROPOSED APPROVED POSITION TITLE z Overtime < PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM 70,461 H C G 291,276 315,623 315,623 Salary Adjustment 127,149 Lieutenant 11 14,152 16,276 16,276 Sergeant 5 5 5 128,376 147,620 .147,620 Deputy 341„ 35 35 722,564 798,770 798,770 Dispatcher 3 3 3 41,746 46,227 46,227 Crossing Guards 5 4 4 16,062 17,918 19,262 Overtime 82,389 70,461 70,461 Fringe Benefits 291,276 315,623 315,623 Salary Adjustment 127,149 81,979 81,979 County Overhead 164,284 194,958 194,958 City Overhead 678 TOTAL 473/4 47� 47', 1,588,676 1,689,832 1 1,691,176 CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 71 SERVICES & SUPPLIES FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT General Sheriff Patrol 01-40 CURRENT PROPOSED APPROVED ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM 21 Utilities 5,889 14,652 14,652 24 Office Supplies 3,436 8,439 8,439 25 Crime Prevention 530 500 500 28 Contracts (Leases) 33,000 22,727 22,727 31 Fuel & Maintenance 103,191 133,261 133,261 32 Helicopter 37,101 36,266 36,266 Travel, Mileage, Meetings -0- 1,500 1,500 County Overhead -0- 1,312 1,312 TOTAL 183,147 218,657 218,657 ACTIVITY INFORMATION CURRENT APPROVED PROGRAM PROGRAM TOTAL CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 72 1 1 1 1 CAPITAL OUTLAY FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT General Sheriff Patrol 01-40 CURRENT PROPOSED APPROVED ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM 44 Equipment 21,094 10,252 10,252 45 Vehicles 46,129 68,746 68,746 TOTAL 67,223 78,998 78,998 ACTIVITY INFORMATION CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 73 TnTAT_ I 1 1 1 DEPARTMENT PROGRAM COMMUN5TY SERVICES 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 administration DEPARTMENTAL GOALS SUMMARY t COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT 198.1-1982 ' Mission Statement: ' To enhance the community life of Rancho Cucamonga residents through a comprehensive plan of services, programs, and facility development and operation. ' Goals: 1. To provide quality recreation opportunities for the citizens of Rancho Cucamonga. ' A. Implementing the park element of the General Plan through the acquisition and development of recreation facilities within the City as aggressively as financial constraints allow. B. Continuing to seek and explore new and innovative ways to effectively and efficiently meet the recreation needs of our citizens. C. Continue the self-supporting fee-based recreation classes and expand the same to offer a wide variety of recreation opportunities. D. Conduct, coordinate and promote City-wide special events. E. Continue to assist, when requested, community based groups to improve their recreation programs. 2. To continue development and improvement of the City's public information service aimed at providing information regarding activities of the City and programs of general interest. A. Publication of the "Grapevine". B. Operating information and referral services. C. Conducting courses in CPR and first aid. 3. To develop and implement in concert with.other public agencies serving Rancho Cucamonga, a comprehensive disaster preparedness plan. 4. To provide continued support to the Historic Preservation Commission. 5. To maintain a flexible departmental posture to address "special projects" as directed by the City Council and City Manager. 6. To seek and recommend to the City Council and City Manager various grant programs or innovative implementation systems which will aid in achieving the preceeding goals or are of general benefit to Rancho Cucamonga. 74 SUMMARY FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT General Community Services Administration 01-50 Capital Outlay CURRENT PROPOSED APPROVED CLASSIFICATION PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM Salaries & Benefits 65,042 71,267 106,228 Services & Supplies 64,060 66,980 67,635 Capital Outlay 984 725 725 Departmental Overhead -- -- -- General Overhead -- -- 44,493 PROGRAM TOTAL 130,086 138,972 219,081 3k 311 3' Number of Positions CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 75 PERSONNEL FUND FUNCTION I DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT General Community Services Administration 01-50 1 POSITIONS99 BUDGET 15,658 -0- -0- Administrative Secretary 1 1 1 14,532 C 17,260 b !1 3z 3� 3,304 5,252 0 b z CURRENT PROPOSED APPROVED POSITION TITLE y vi i PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM 9 9 3� 314 65,042 Community Service Director 1 1 1 31,548 33,096 35,578 Administrative Aide 1 0 0 15,658 -0- -0- Administrative Secretary 1 1 1 14,532 16,056 17,260 Clerk Typist (Regular Part -Time) !1 3z 3� 3,304 5,252 5,646 Administrative Analyst 0 1 1 -0- 16,863 19,992 TOTAL 31� 3� 314 65,042 71,267 78,476 CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 76 SERVICES & SUPPLIES FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT General Community Services Administration 1 01-50 CURRENT PROPOSED APPROVED ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM 20 Legal Advertising 500 500 .500 21 Utilities 24,000 21,000 24,000 23 Printing & Publications 7,500 4,000 4,000 24 Office Supplies 700 1,000 1,500 25 Travel, Mileage, Meetings 4,250 5,165 5,820 28 Contract Services 7,000 10,000 10,000 30 Gasoline 960 300 300 31 Vehicle & Equipment Maintenance 750 500 500 32 Grounds Maintenance -0- -0- -0- 33 Office Equipment Maintenance 150 150 150 34 Building Maintenance & Supplies 18,000 17,850 20,245 35 Uniforms -0- -0- -0- 38 Special Departmental Expenditures -0- -0- -0- 56 Dues 250 620 620 TOTAL 64,060 61,085 67,635 ACTIVITY INFORMATION TRAVEL, MILEAGE, MEETINGS League of California Cities Labor Relations Institute California Park & Recreation Society Annual Conference National Recreation & Park Association Congress Local Meetings Mileage @ .30/mile Car Allowance TOTAL CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 77 CURRENT APPROVED PROGRAM PROGRAM 450 500 400 400 400 400 -0- 850 300 300 900 970 1,800 2,400 4,250 5,820 SERVICES & SUPPLIES FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT General Community Services Administration 1 01-50 CURRENT PROPOSED APPROVED ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM TOTAL ACTIVITY INFORMATION DUES CURRENT APPROVED PROGRAM PROGRAM National Recreation & Park Association 100 100 California Park & Recreation Society 100 150 Southern California Municipal Athletic Federation 50 100 American Society for Public Administrators -0- 150 Local Organizations -0- 100 Municipal Management Assistants of Southern California -0- 20 TOTAL 250 620 CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 78 CAPITAL OUTLAY FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT General Community Services Administrati, 1 01-50 CURRENT PROPOSED APPROVED ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM 44 Equipment 984 725 725 TOTAL 984 725 725 ACTIVITY INFORMATION TOTAL EQUIPMENT PROGRAM (1) Bookcase (1) Calculator Small Miscellaneous Equipment 725 CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 79 recreati®n SUMMARY FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT General Community Services Recreation 01-51 Capital Outlay CURRENT PROPOSED APPROVED CLASSIFICATION PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM Salaries & Benefits 86,183 88,348 112,668 Services & Supplies; 7,800 7,100 7,100 Capital Outlay 7,700 3,000 3,000 Departmental Overhead -- -- 48,285 General Overhead -- -- 31,287 PROGRAM TOTAL 101,683 98,448 202,340 2 2 2 Number of Positions CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA M PERSONNEL FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT General Community Services Recreation 03-51 2 POSITIONSy BUDGET 88,348 94,974 5e ro CURRENT PROPOSED APPROVED POSITION TITLE z < PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM H ��y [11 d Recreation Supervisor Part—Time Recreation TOTAL 2 2 2 31,316 54,867 33,348 55,000 35,849 59,125 2 2 2 86,183 88,348 94,974 CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 81 SERVICES & SUPPLIES FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT General Community Services Recreation 1 01-51 CURRENT PROPOSED APPROVED ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM 25 Travel, _Mileage, Meetings 1,800 1,100 1,100 28 Contract Services -0- -0- -0- 35 Uniforms 1:000 1,000 1,000 38 Special Departmental Expenditures 5,000 5,000 5,000 TOTAL 7,800 7,100 7,100 ACTIVITY INFORMATION CURRENT APPROVED TRAVEL, MILEAGE, MEETINGS PROGRAM PROGRAM California Park & Recreational Society Annual Conference 800 800 Local Meetings 1,000 300 TOTAL 1,800 1,100 CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 82 1 1 1 1 t 1 1 CAPITAL OUTLAY FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT General Community Services Recreation 01-51 CURRENTPROPOSED APPROVED ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION PROGRAM T PROGRAM PROGRAM 44 Equipment 7,700 3,000 3,000 TOTAL 7,700 3,000 3,000 ACTIVITY INFORMATION TOTAL EQUIPMENT PROGRAM Chairs Tables 3,000 CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 83 1 1 1 1 SERVICES 6 SUPPLIES FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT General Community Services Community Relat 1 01-52 CURRENT PROPOSED APPROVED ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM 28 Special Community Projects 19,240 -0- -0- 28 Contract Services -0- -0- -0- TOTAL ACTIVITY INFORMATION CURRENT APPROVED SPECIAL COMMUNITY PROJECTS PROGRAM PROGRAM Esperanza 10,000 -0- Unallocated 9,240 -0- TOTAL 19,240 -0- CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 84 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 C 1 C 1 1 1 I 1 1 special projects SUMMARY FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT General Community Services Special Projects 01-53 Capital Outlay CURRENT PROPOSED APPROVED CLASSIFICATION PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM Salaries & Benefits -0- -0- -0- Services & Supplies -0- 14,000 14,000 Capital Outlay -0- -0- 420,339 Departmental Overhead __ _- 170,796 General Overhead __ 110,690 PROGRAM TOTAL -0- 14,000 715,825 Number of Positions -0- -0- -0- 1 1 1 1 SERVICES & SUPPLIES FUND Contract Services FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT General TOTAL Community Services Special Projects 01-53 CURRENT PROPOSED APPROVED ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM 28 Contract Services -0- 14,000 14,000 TOTAL -0- 14,000 14,000 ACTIVITY INFORMATION CURRENT APPROVED CONTRACT SERVICES PROGRAM PROGRAM Grapevine Publication -0- 14.,000 TOTAL -0- 14,000 CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 86 I 1 I 1 1 1 1 i I 1 Cl 1 1 1 1 PROGRAM FOR COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENTS 1981-1982 PROGRAM TITLES PROGRAM DESCRIPTION Vineyard Avenue Widening The widening of Vineyard Avenue from Arrow Route to Eighth Street from two to four lanes with.the installation of a traffic signal at Arrow Route and railroad crossing protection. North Town Street Improvements Construction of curbs, gutters and sidewalks (Phase 2) on the residential streets of Main, Feron and Reid, just East of Archibald Avenue. Deer Creek Bridges Funds to be provided to San Bernardino County Flood Control District for widening and placement of sidewalks on seven bridges over Deer Creek being constructed in conjunction with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' Flood Control Project. Carnelian Street Realignment Realignment of Carnelian Street between Church Street and Vineyard Avenue to remove hazardous curves. Sapphire Street Reconstruction Reconstruct failing pavement sections between Hillside Avenue and Thoroughbred Street. Archibald Reconstruction The reconstruction of failed pavements at Banyan Street and South of Highland Avenue. PROGRAM COSTS $1,405,403 FUNDING SOURCE(S) F A U; Gas Tax; S.B. 325; Systems Fees; Community Development Block Grant. CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 87 PROGRAM FOR COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENTS 1981-1982 PROGRAM TITLES PROGRAM DESCRIPTION Demens Equestrian Bridge The construction of an equestrian and pedestrian bridge over Demens at Jasper Street. Baseline Widening Probable cooperation with developer to widen and reconstruct portions of the north side of Baseline from Hermosa Avenue to Haven Avenue. Design Assessment District 79-1 Loan to Industrial Assessment District 79-1 for the design of various streets. Carnelian Landscape Project The landscaping of Carnelian Avenue between San Bernardino Road and Baseline to be phase constructed by maintenance crews. Park Land Acquisition and Development Site selection and park improvements as outlined in the City of Rancho Cucamonga's General Plan. PROGRAM COSTS $805,382 FUNDING SOURCE(S) Gas Tax; Systems Fees; Beautification Fees; Park Development Fees; Park Bond Act Funds. CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 88 I 1 1 I 1 PROGRAM FOR COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENTS 1981-1982 PROGRAM TITLES PROGRAM DESCRIPTION Design Assessment District 79-1 One year loan to Industrial Assessment District 79-1 for design of storm drain. Design Storm Drain 2-G Design of storm drain 2-G from Beryl Avenue and 19th Street to Hellman Avenue at the Cucamonga Storm Drain. Construction of Minor Drainage Construction of minor nuisance and storm Facilities drain improvements such as extension of catch basins at Sapphire Street and Banyan Street, addition of catch basin at 4th Street and Archibald Avenue, and nuisance drain at Beryl Avenue and 19th Street. Design and Planning Studies Provision of fund for various master plan and other drainage studies that may be required to deal with unforseen problems developed during the year. PROGRAM COSTS $600,364 FUNDING SOURCE(S) Storm Drain Fees CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 89 I 1 1 I 1 1 1 11 1 M PROGRAM COST SUMMARY 1981-1982 SALARIES FRINGE SERVICES CAPITAL GENERAL DEPARTMENTAL GROSS LESS: NET PROGRAMS S WAGES BENEFITS 6 SUPPLIES OUTLAY OVERHEAD OVERHEAD TOTAL TRANSFERS TOTAL City Council $ 14,400 $ 1,031 $ 9,889 $ -0- $ -- $ -- $ 25,320 $ $ City Manager/ City Clerk 127,578 47,704 62,945 1,450 -- -- 239,677 Finance/City Treasurer 152,074 56,903 69,400 9,460 -- -- 287,837 Civic Center -0- -0- 147,757 572,060 -- -- 719,817 Insurance -0- -0- 236,661 -0- -- -- 236,661 Other Overhead -0- 356,002 282,703 -0- 638,705 Subtotal General Overhead $ 294,052 $ 461,640 $ 809,355 $ 582,970 $ -- $ -- $ 2,148,017 $ 2,148,017 $ -0- Com. Dev. Administration $ 65,836 $ 24,519 $ 12,830 $ 1,230 $ 26,610 $ -- $ 131,025 $ 131,025 $ -0- Com. Dev. Planning 290,358 105,210 46,770 4,000 113,747 11,766 571,851 -0- 571,851 Com. Dev. Building d Safety 215,343 80,659 35,286 550 84,567 8,752 425,157 -0- 425,157 ko Com. Dev. Engineering 382,609 137,790 73,109 9,100 153,572 15,893 772,073 -0- 772,073 0 Co.. Dev. Public Works 188,161 68,636 941,200 2,390,810 914,594 94,614 4,598,015 -0- 4,598,015 Subtotal Community Development $ 1,142,307 $ 416,814 $ 1,109,195 $ 2,405,690 $ 1,293,090 $ 131,025 $ 6,498,121 $ 131,025 $ 6,367,096 Sheriff Administration $ 199,461 $ 38,381 $ 26,550 $ 8,394 $ 69,519 $ -- $ 342,305 $ 342,305 $ -0- Sheriff Patrol 1,375,553 315,623 218,657 90,089 509,673 291,267 2,800,862 -0- 2,8009862 Sheriff Investigation 243,810 53,643 43,776 9,041 89,265 51,038 490,573 -0- 490,573 Subtotal Sheriff $ 1,818,824 $ 407,647 $ 288,983 $ 107,524 $ 668,457 $ 342,304 $ 3,633,740 $ 342,305 $ 3,291,435 Com. Svcs. Administration S 78,476 $ 27,752 $ 67,635 $ 725 $ 44,493 $ -- $ 219,081 $ 219,081 $ -0- Com. Svcs. Recreation 94,974 17,694 7,100 3,000 31,287 48,285 202,340 -0- 202,340 Cam. Svcs. Special Projects -0- -0- 14,000 420,339 110,690 170,796 715,825 -0- 715,825 Subtotal Community Services $ 173,450 $ 45,446 $ 88,735 $ 424,064 $ 186,470 $ 219,081 $ 1,137,246 $ 219,081 $ 918,165 TOTAL $ 3,428,633 $ 1,331,547 $ 2,296,268 $ 3,520,248 $ 2,148,017 $ 692,411 $13,417,124 $ 2,840,428 $10,576,696 PROGRAM ANALYSIS COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT 1981-1982 BUILDING & PUBLIC ITEM ADMIN. PLANNING SAFETY ENGINEERING WORKS TOTAL Full -Time Salaries $ 65,298 $ 277,790 $ 214,805 $ 363,260 $ 182,786 Full -Time Fringe 24,519 104,310 80,659 136,404 68,636 Part -Time Personnel -0- 12,568 -0- 19,350 -0- Part-Time Fringe -0- 900 -0- 1,385 -0- Overtime t 538 -0- 538 -0- 5,375 Subtotal Personnel $ 90,355 $ 395,568 $ 296,002 $ 520,399 $ 256,797 $ 559,121 Utilities $ -0- $ -0- $ -0- $ -0- $ 54,500 Legal Advertising -0- 5,000 -0- 1,000 -0- Printing & Publications 300 17,000 2,000 5,000 -0- Office Supplies 300 8,000 800 4,500 -0- Travel, Mileage, Meetings 10,940 10,755 3,191 5,259 -0- Contract Services -0- 5,000 1,900 46,750 414,000 Plan Check -0- -0- 16,000 -0- -0- Fuel 128 300 4,000 6,000 26,000 Vehicle & Equip. Maintenance -0- 200 2,500 3,400 95,500 Office Equipment Maintenance 100 200 300 500 -0- Dues 1,062 315 295 700 700 Strong Motion -0- -0- 4,300 -0- -0- Street Lights -0- -0- -0- -0- 350,000 Uniforms -0- -0- -0- -0- 500 Subtotal Services $ 12,830 $ 46,770 $ 35,286 $ 73,109 $ 941,200 $ 1,109,195 Equipment $ 1,230 $ 2,000 $ 550 $ 4,500 $ -0- Vehicles -0- 2,000 -0- 4,600 -0- Subtotal Capital Equip. $ 1,230 $ 4,000 $ 550 $ 9,100 $ -0- $ 14,880 Subtotals Carried Forward $ 104,415 $ 446,338 $ 331,838 $ 602,608 $ 1,197,997 $ 1,683,196 w M= M M M M M= M M= M ITEM Subtotals Brought Forward SPECIAL PROJECTS Street Maintenance & Projects Storm Drain Parkway Development Subtotal Special Projects Subtotal All Items General City Overhead Subtotal Department Overhead PROGRAM TOTAL Departmental Share PROGRAM ANALYSIS COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT 1981-1982 BUILDING & PUBLIC ADMIN. PLANNING SAFETY ENGINEERING WORKS TOTAL $ 104,415 $ 446,338 $ 331,838 $ 602,608 $ 1,197,997 $ 1,683,196 $ 1,597,560 594,500 198,750 $ 2,390,810 $ 2,390,810 $ 104,415 $ 446,338 $ 331,838 $ 602,608 $ 3,588,807 $ 5,074,006 $ 26,610 $ 113,747 $ 84,567 $ 153,572 $ 914,594 $ 1,293,090 $ 131,025 $ 560,085 $ 416,405 $ 756,180 $ 4,503,401 $ 6,367,096 $ (131,025) $ 11,766 $ 8,752 $ 15,893 $ 94,614 $ -0- -0- 571,851 425,157 772,073 4,598,015 6,367,096 8.98% 6.68% 12.13% 72.21% 100% ITEM Full -Time Salaries Fringe Benefits Part -Time Personnel Overtime County Overhead Subtotal Personnel utilities Office Supplies Travel, Mileage, Meetings Contract Services Fuel & Maintenance Crime Prevention Helicopter County Overhead Subtotal Services Equipment Vehicles Subtotal Capital Outlay Subtotal All Items Depreciation Subtotal General City Overhead Subtotal Departmental Overhead PROGRAM TOTAL Departmental Share PROGRAM ANALYSIS SHERIFF 1981-1982 ADMIN. $ 177,317 38,381 -0- 1,932 20,212 $ 237,842 $ 5,328 2,812 1,965 11,363 4,513 -0- -0- 569 $ 26,550 $ 1,709 2,950 $ 4,659 $ 269,051 $ 3,735 $ 272,786 $ 69,519 $ 342,305 $ (342,305) $ -0- PATROL $ 1,090,872 315,623 19,262 70,461 194,958 $ 1,691,176 $ 14,652 8,439 1,500 22,727 133,261 500 36,366 1,312 $ 218,657 $ 10,252 68,746 $ 78,998 $ 1,988,831 $ 11,091 $ 1,999,922 $ 509,673 $ 2,509,595 $ 291,267 $ -2800,862 85.10% INVESTIGATION $ 185,696 53,643 -0- 23,434 34,680 $ 297,453 $ 6,660 2,812 2,000 11,363 20,306 -0- -0- 635 $ 43,776 $ 5,126 -0- 5,126 $ 346,355 $ 3,915 $ 350,270 $ 89,265 $ 439,535 $ 51,038 $ 490,573 14.90% TOTAL $ 2,226,471 $ 288,983 $ 88,783 $ 2,604,237 $ 18,741 $ 2,622,978 $ 668,457 $ 3,291,435 -0- $ 3,291,435 100% M M M = M = M M = = = M =r = M = M PROGRAM ANALYSIS COMMUNITY SERVICES 1981-1982 ITEM ADMIN. RECREATION Full -Time Salaries $ 72,830 $ 35,849 Full -Time Fringe 27,348 13,461 Part -Time Personnel 5,646 59,125 Part -Time Fringe 404 4,233 Overtime -0- -0- Subtotal $ 106,228 $ 112,668 Legal Advertising $ 500 Utilities 21,000 Printing & Publications 4,000 Office Supplies 1,000 Travel, Mileage, Meetings 5,820 $ 1,100 Contract Services 10,000 Gasoline 300 Vehicle & Equip. Maintenance 500 Office Equipment Maintenance 150 r Building Maint. & Supplies 17,850 Uniforms 1,000 Dues 620 Special Departmental Expense 5,000 Subtotal Services $ 67,635 $ 7,100 Equipment $ 725 $ 3,000 Subtotal Capital $ 725 $ 3,000 Park Development Programs Subtotal Development $ -0- $ -0- Subtotal All Items $ 174,588 $ 122,768 General City Overhead $ 44,493 $ 31,287 Subtotal Costs $ 219,081 $ 154,055 Departmental Overhead $ (219,081) $ 48,285 PROGRAM TOTAL $ -0- $ 202,340 Departmental Share 22.04% COMMUNITY SPECIAL RELATIONS PROJECTS a -u- J -u- $ 14,000 TOTAL $ 218,896 $ 14,000 $ 88,735 Z? -u- $ 420,339 $ 420,339 $ 434,339 $ 110,690 $ 545,029 $ 170,796 S 715.825 //.707 3,/G7 $ 420,339 $ 420,339 $ 731,695 $ 186,470 $ 918,165 -0- S 918.165 F 1 SPEND5NG LIMITATION t i t 4f�=s4g = I D 1 REVENUE SOURCE Property Tax Insurance Fund Franchises Property Transfer Business Licenses Bicycle Licenses Dog Licenses Building Permits Other Licenses 6 Permits Court Fines Plan Check Fees Planning Fees to Engineering Fees Motor Vehicle In Lieu Homeowners Property Tax Business Inventory Property Tax Trailer Coach Fees Cigarette Tax Off Highway License Fees Interest Sale of Printed Material Returned Item Charge Rents 6 Leases Filing Fees Revenue Not Otherwise Covered Subtotal Carried Forward REVENUE DISTRIBUTION BY ACTIVITY 1981-1982 GENERAL COMMUNITY COMMUNITY GOVERNMENT DEVELOPMENT SHERIFF SERVICES $ $ $' 804,110 $ 270,676 107,000 70,775 119,225 400 16,500 484,000 1,000 13,500 150,348 230,000 225,000 961,620 19,000 4,000 6,500 142,729 682 335,000 6,845 10,000 360 3,564 500 6,000 $ 733,220 $ 1,206,348 $ 2,049,766 $ AVAILABLE CAPITAL COMMUNITY REVENUE REVENUE FROM RESERVES IMPROVEMENTS 1981-1982 PRIOR YEARS $ $ $ 804,110 $ $ 270,676 527,544 527,544 107,000 190,000 400 16,500 484,000 1,000 13,500 150,348 230,000 225,000 961,620 19,000 4,000 6,500 142,729 682 335,000 16,845 360 3,564 500 6,000 _ $. 527,544 $ $ 4,516,878 $ S GRAND TOTAL REVENUE DISTRIBUTION BY ACTIVITY 1981-1982 AVAILABLE' GENERAL COMMUNITY COMMUNITY CAPITAL COMMUNITY REVENUE REVENUE FROM GRAND REVENUE SOURCE GOVERNMENT DEVELOPMENT SHERIFF. SERVICES RESERVES IMPROVEMENTS 1981-1982 PRIOR YEARS TOTAL Subtotal Brought Forward $ 733,220 $ 1,206,348 $ 2,049,766 $ $ 527,544 $ $ 4,516,878 $ $ Vehicle Code Fines 96,500 96,500 Gas Tax (2106 6 2107) 317,080 279,700 424,193 172,587 S.B. 325 391,396 422,749 612,413 201,732 Recreation Fees 52,635 52,635 Revenue Sharing 396,274 396,274 Park Development Fees 210,282 120,000 90,282 Systems Fees 105,000 508,862 420,000 193,862 Beautification Fees 26,250 198,750 105,000 120,000 Storm Drain 107,500 600,364 430,000 277,864 F A U 251,138 340,000 (88,862) i0 p. Park Bond Act 175,339 175,339 North Town (HUD) 163,965 163,965 0 T S (2) 20,000 80,438 100,438 Landscape Maintenance District (Industrial) 66,000 66,000 Total Available $ 733,220 $ 2,239,574 $ 2,622,978 $ 52,635 $ 527,544 $ 2,811,149 $ 8,019,635 $ 967,465 $ Program Costs $ 1,576,957 $ 2,683,196 $ 2,622,978 $ 311,356 $ 571,060 $ 2,811,149 $ $ $10,576,696 Difference $ (843,737) $ (443,622) $ -0- $ (258,721) $ (43,516) $ -0- $ $ Sales Tax Distribution $ 843,737 $ 443,622 $ -0- $ 258,721 $ 43,516 $ -0- $ 1,589,596 $ GRAND TOTAL $ 9,609,231 $ 967,465 $10,576,696 PROPOSITION 4 DIVISION 1981-1982 ' REVENUE SOURCE Property Taxes ' Sales & Use Taxes Cigarette Tax Property Transfer Tax ' Home Owners Exemption Business Inventory Exemption Subtotal - Taxes ' Business Licenses Dog Licenses Building Permits ' Other Licenses & Permits Subtotal - Licenses & Permits ' Court Fines Traffic Fines Subtotal - Fines, Forfeits ' & Penalties Motor Vehicle In Lieu Off Highway License ' Trailer Coach Fees General Revenue Sharing ' Gas Tax 2106 & Interest Gas Tax 2107 & Interest Gas Tax 2107.5 S.B. 325 F A U ' Grants Park Development Storm Drains ' Systems Development Beautification Subtotal - From Other t Agencies Plan Check Fees Engineering Fees ' Planning Fees Recreation Fees ' Subtotal - Charges For Current Services Franchises ' Interest Earnings Sale of Printed Material Subtotal - From Use of Money & Property Miscellaneous ' Subtotal - Miscellaneous TOTALS PROCEEDS NON -TAX OF TAXES REVENUES $ 804,110 1,589,596 142,729 107,000 19,000 4,000 $ 2,726,561 $ 190,000 $ 190,000 $ 961,620 682 6,500 210,383 206,310 7,500 612,413 $ 2,005,408 $ 187,600 $ 187,600 $ 16,500 484,000 1,400 $ 501,900 $ 13,500 96,500 $ 110,000 $ 396,274 340,000 439,742 120,000 430,000 420,000 105,000 $ 2,251,016 $ 150,348 225,000 230,000 52,635 $ 657,983 $ 527,544 147,400 16,845 $ 691,789 $ 10,424 $ 10,424 TOTAL $ 5,109,569 $ 4,223,112 $ 9,332,681 97 SPENDING LIMITATION CALCULATIONS 1981-1982 1979-1980 PCI Change: 10.17% or 1.1017 Population Change: 9.94% or 1.0994 1.1017 x 1.0994 = 1.211 (C) t1980-1981 PCI Change: 12.11% or 1.1211 ' Population Change: 12.70% or 1.1270 1.1211 x 1.1270 = 1.2635 (F) ' 1980-1981 Limit ' C x F = G 1.211 x 1.2635 = 1.53 (G) (two year ratio of change) 1 1981-1982 Limit PCI Change: 9.12% or 1.0912 ' Population Change: 4.93% or 1.0493 (J) ' 1.0912 x 1.0493 = 1.145 (K) G x K = L: (1.53)(1.145) = 1.752 (L) ' Convert 100) 100 75.2% to a percent: (1.752 x - = ' Cumulative Growth Rate Over .1978-1979 Appropriations 4,704,839 x 175.2 = 8,242,878 ' 98 ' BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that said appropriations limit herein established may be changed as deemed necessary by resolution of the City Council. ' THE FOREGOING RESOLUTION is approved and adopted by the City Council of the City of Rancho Cucamonga this day of ' 1981. ' Phillip D. Schlosser, Mayor ' ATTEST; Lauren M. Wasserman, City Clerk 1 99 RESOLUTION NO. A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA, CALIFORNIA ESTABLISHING AN APPROPRIATIONS LIMIT PURSUANT TO ARTICLE XIIIB OF THE CALIFORNIA CONSTITUTION. ' WHEREAS, Article XIIIB of the State of California provides that the total annual appropriations subject to limitation of the State t and of each local government shall not exceed the appropriations limit of such entity of government for the prior year adjusted for changes in the cost of living and population except as otherwise provided in said ' Article XIIIB; and WHEREAS, pursuant to said Article XIIIB of the Constitution of ' the State of California, the City Council of the City of Rancho Cucamonga deems it to be in the best interests of the City of Rancho Cucamonga to establish an appropriations limit for the Fiscal Year 1981-1982; and ' WHEREAS, the Finance Director of the City of Rancho Cucamonga has determined that said appropriations limit for the Fiscal Year 1981- 1982 be established in the amount of $8,242,878. ' NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Rancho Cucamonga that an appropriations limit for the Fiscal Year 1981- 1982 pursuant to Article XIIIB of the Constitution of the State of Calif- ornia be established in the amount of $8,242,878, and the same is hereby established. ' BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that said appropriations limit herein established may be changed as deemed necessary by resolution of the City Council. ' THE FOREGOING RESOLUTION is approved and adopted by the City Council of the City of Rancho Cucamonga this day of ' 1981. ' Phillip D. Schlosser, Mayor ' ATTEST; Lauren M. Wasserman, City Clerk 1 99