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Budget 1982-83'--�-L ter. ..�_..__.rS � _ - y 1 1 1 CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA ' 1982-1983 ANNUAL PROGRAM OF SERVICE 1 ' CITY COUNCIL JON D MIKELS ' MAYOR ' CHARLES J BUQUET II MAYOR PRO TEMPORE RICHARD M DAHL ' JAMES C FROST PHILLIP D SCHLOSSER ' CITY CLERK LAUREN M WASSERMAN ' CITY TREASURER HARRY J EMPEY 1 ' ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF CITY MANAGER - LAUREN M WASSERMAN ' ASSISTANT CITY MANAGER - JAMES H ROBINSON 1 1 1 C I T Y O F R A N C H O C U C A M 0 N G A 1982-83 ANNUAL PROGRAM OF SERVICE TABLE OF CONTENTS Report to Council on Program of Service Organizational Chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Fund Balance Analysis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Resources for Program Distribution . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 . General Government Summary . . . . . . . . . I. . . . . . . . . . . . 7 DEPARTMENT PROGRAMS General Government Legislature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Administration. . ".. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Finance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 City Facilities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Non -Departmental . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 Community Development . . . . . . . . . . 82 Administration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 Planning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 Building & Safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47 Engineering . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53 Public Works . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60 Public Safet Administration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64 Investigation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69 Patrol. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73 Community Services Administration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77 Recreation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82 ContractRecreation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 86 Community Improvement Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89 Program Cost Analysis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93 Special Funds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100 Spending Limitation Analysis . . . . . . . . . . . . . 108 Redevelopment Agency . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 110 I 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 PROGRAM OF SERVICE 1 1 MESSAGE I 1 CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 1 TO: Honorable Mayor and City Council Members Gentlemen: N -y-, Jon D. Mikels Cou ,(nemben Charles J. Buquet II James C. Frost Richard M.. Dahl Phillip D. Schlosser July 1, 1982 The attached Program of Service -- the 1982-83 financial plan for the City of Rancho Cucamonga -- is hereby submitted for your consideration. .The document represents the best effort of the staff to fulfill basic community responsi- bilities at a time when the State legislature is considering eliminating vir- tually all local financial assistance. — Our past policy has recognized that sound financial management requires the budget process to be continuous and flexible. As such, it has been viewed as a dynamic guide which may be modified during the course of the year as economic conditions and council priorities change. This city council policy has proven beneficial in past years and should be continued in fiscal year 1982-83. The City Manager's budget message is intended to provide an overview of the total work program of all municipal activities. It is also designed to focus attention on major policy considerations which require council direction. EXPENDITURES. The preliminary Program of Service for 1982-83 proposes general government expenditures of $7,721,919 and program fund expenditures of $4,342,400. The grand total of the budget is $12,064,319. The budget is balanced and does not contemplate the use of reserves to meet anticipated revenue reductions. It is significant to note that the general government expenditures fund faces a minimum loss in State aid of approximately $815,000. This reduction is attri- butable to pending legislation to reduce motor vehicle in -lieu funds for the coming fiscal year. As the State budget crisis worsens, it is probable that further cuts may be mandated for cities. The latter reduction, if it occurs, represents the remainder of motor vehicle in -lieu funds, the elimination of highway carrier license fees, and the elimination of cigatette tax payments to cities. The total impact of proposed cuts by the State legislature is esti- mated to be as high as $1.2 million or up to 15.9 percent of the general govern- ment expenditures fund. The exact reductions will not be known until the State adopts its budget in late June or early July. 9320 BASELINE ROAD, SUITE C e POST OFFICE BOX 807 a RANCHO CUCAMONGA, CALIFORNIA 91730 a (719) 989.1851 Mayor and City Council , Fiscal Year 1982-83 July 1, 1982 Page 2 ' GENERAL GOVERNMENT EXPENDITURES FUND. ' Because of the severe economic crisis facing our nation, estimates of general government expenditures fund revenues are conservative, yet realistic. Revenue ' projections reflect all changes and trends in the economy which are known to us at this time. If the State budget crisis worsens, it is anticipated that further revenue reductions may be mandated by our legislature. This may re- , quire a reevaluation of the proposed budget by the city council. PERSONNEL RECOMMENDATIONS. Because of the city's financial position, several one-year reductions in , personnel are recommended. These temporary reductions will result in a cost savings of $97,967 (including fringe benefit costs) to the general government expenditures fund. It is proposed that the following vacant positions remain ' authorized, but not be filled until the city's financial stability improves: Community Development Department , Clerk Typist $ 12,017 Engineering Technician $ 16,000 Planning Aide $ 9,750 ' Public Works Inspector $ 20,570 Finance Department Account Clerk $ 12,509 ' In addition, a temporary reassignment of one building inspector to serve as the building interim public works inspector is proposed until such time as ' activity increases. It is significant to note that the proposed reductions in staff, although essen- short-sighted. tial to balance the budget, are in the staff's view, extremely the belief of most citizens, the workload of our staff has actually Contrary to increased during the recession. Applications for proposed developments have reached a very high level because developers are attemtping to have projects interest rates drop ' approved and ready for building permit issuance as soon as Our city of nearly 60,000 has and the state of the economy begins to improve. 65 full-time positions, not including the Sheriff's Department personnel. only By leaving five positions unfilled and unfunded, we have reduced our workforce , by nearly ten percent. Mayor and City Council Fiscal Year 1982-83 July 1, 1982 Page 3 If during the next twelve months other vacancies occur among our staff, each ' will be carefully evaluated according to the financial strength of the city to determine whether or not that position will be filled or whether it will remain vacant. IMPACT ON CITY PROGRAMS. The proposed Program of Service reflects a continued emphasis by the city council and management team to apply sound business management principles to our opera- tions. The city cannot rely on temporary surplus funds to balance the budget Nor, is it likely that the State will reverse proposed budget reductions. The city's financial plan must, therefore, be realistic; and it must provide for those services deemed essential by the city council. The Public Works Division has been most severely impacted by the city's need to provide a balanced budget in an unstable recessionary economy. While it is clear that a higher level of public works services desirable, the city can not finance these new or expanded services at this time. As indicated previously, the workload in the Community Development Department continues to increase because developers are preparing for better economic times when interest rates are lower. The "freezing" of vacant positions may cause minor problems. The processing of proposed projects may not be handled as efficiently as in past years, since fewer employees will be available to com- plete the work. Nevertheless, the staff will do everything possible to provide service to developers without jeopardizing services provided to permanent resi- dents of our community. Law enforcement, community services, and financial services will remain at the same level as they have during the past year. It is our view that these levels of service are adequate to meet the needs of our community for another year. As development activity resumes and more homes are occupied, however, it may be necessary to add law enforcement personnel to handle the added workload in the Sheriff's Department. It should also be noted that the city is now assuming the full cost for five deputies which were previously financed by a State Office of Traffic Safety grant. SUMMARY. 1982-83 will be a pivotal year in the city's brief history. We face the most ' serious financial problems we have ever encountered. Citizens have requested a higher level of service. Yet, that does nto appear to be possible until the economic recession is over. The staff and members of the city council have con ' centrated our efforts to expand the city's economic base by attracting industrial and commerical development to Rancho Cucamonga. These efforts, while difficult Mayor and City Council Fiscal Year 1982-83 July 1, 1982 Page 4 to evaluate in the short-term, will reap benefits in future years. The city's Redevelopment Agency, although in its infancy, will also help to solidify a diverse economic base for the community. However, since redevelop- ment programs are also long-range, the benefits of our current efforts will not be apparent for several years. The redevelopment program will also be used to finance many of the regional flood control facilities that are essential for the safety of our citizens. It has been said that, "it is always darkest before the light." Fiscal year 1982-83 will, in our view, be the most difficult year the City of Rancho Cuca- monga will ever face. The members of the council have taken great strides to build a sound foundation for our young city. As the state of the national economy improves, so will the city's financial stability. It is incumbent upon us all to employ businesslike practices to governmental operations during the very critical months ahead. I am confident that we will all gain strength, and our city will ultimately benefit from this temporary adversity. My special thanks to the city's Executive Management Team for their professional approach in preparing the preliminary Program of Service. As always, the counsel and leadership of the Mayor and City Council Members during the budget discussions will further improve this document prior to its adoption. Respectfully submitted, Lauren M. Wasserman City Manager LMW:baa attach. u 1 F C n H H I I I I I [l I I SUMMARIES r CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONCA CITY COUNCIL CITY ATTORNEY CITY _ _ CITY CLERK MAYdAGF,P ASST CITY MANAGER PERSONNEL MAINTENANCE DEVELOPMENT REDEVELOPMENT ADMINISTRATIVE PUBLIC COMMUNITY SERVICES SERVICES AGENCY SERVICES I SAFETY SERVICES BUILDING & FINANCE/ JINVESTIGATION HUMAN PARKS SAFETY CITY TREASURER SERVICES LSTRE PARK ENGINEERING LICENSING PATROL DEVELOPMENT PLANNING PURCHASING RECREATION FUND BALANCE ANALYSIS 1982-1983 1. $121,018 of Park Development Fees reserved for exclusive use at Heritage Park by virtue of land sale to Flood Control. 2. $250,000 on hold - Special Assessment District 82-1 ESTIMATED ESTIMATED ESTIMATED FUND BAL. REVENUE TRANSFER TRANSFER EXPENDITURE FUND BAL. FUND 7/1/82 1982-1983 IN OUT 1982-1983 6/30/83 GENERAL FUND $ 593,564 $ 6,141,304 $ 1,303,324 $ 928,097 $ 6,665,366 $ 444,729 TRAFFIC SAFETY FUND -0- 110,000 110,000 -0- -0- 2106 GAS TAX 163,873 220,233 -0- 384,106 -0- 2107 & 2107.5 GAS TAX 256,297 397,548 432,500 172,338 48,997 ARTICLE 8 S.B. 325 484,760 659,472 1,071,577 72,665 RECREATION 53,733 82,553 82,553 53,733 INTRA GOVERNMENTAL SERVICE FUND 263,384 -0- 368,607 226,937 405,054 BENEFITS CONTINGENT 115,259 -0- 73,891 -0- 189,150 REVENUE SHARING 412 453,150 453,562 -0- -0- INSURANCE FUND 81,437 385,599 385,599 81,437 CAPITAL RESERVES 358,235 100,000 311,182 147,053 PARK DEVELOPMENT 389,222 120,000 433,020 76,202 BEAUTIFICATION 21,526 75,000 96,526 -0- SYSTEMS 366,006 220,000 586,006 -0- DRAINAGE 273,116 430,000 703,116 -0- FAU (7,083) 300,000 292,917 -0- GRANTS 8,522 579,166 109,962 477,726 -0- REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY (68,718) 221,000 102,000 50,282 -0- SPECIAL ASSESSMENT DISTRICT (99,632) 320,000 95,300 125,068 -0- TOTAL $ 3,253,903 $10,329,426 $ 2,231,421 $ 2,231,421 $12,064,319 $ 1,519,010 1. $121,018 of Park Development Fees reserved for exclusive use at Heritage Park by virtue of land sale to Flood Control. 2. $250,000 on hold - Special Assessment District 82-1 RESOURCES FOR PROGRAM DISTRIBUTION 1982 - 1983 ACTUAL ACTUAL ACTUAL ESTIMATED ESTIMATED SOURCES 1987-1979 1979-1980 1980-1981 1981=1982 1982-1983 TAXES Property Taxes $ 237,278 $ 616,636 $ 590,311 $ 811,709 $ 900,997 Sales & Use Taxes 1,087,787 1,534,817 1,508,994 1,547,665 1,786,507 Franchises 277,326 337,807 509,344 527,544 547,551 Property Transfer 133,899 113,548 105,507 70,292 78,026 $ 1,736,290 $ 2,602,808 $ 3,313,081 Total Taxes $ 2,714,156 $ 2,957,210 LICENSES & PERMITS Business Licenses $ 173,027 $ 188,633 $ 181,603 $ 200,917 $ 220,000 Bicycle Licenses -0- 318 531 400 400 Dog Licenses 21,498 16,433 18,334 16,374 18,000 Building Permits 404,119 363,274 403,905 188,788 305,000 j Other Licenses & Permits 613 5,769 3,025 587 550 $ 599,257 $ 574,427 $ 543,950 Total Licenses & Permits $ 607,398 $ 407,066 FINES & FOREFEITURES Court Fines $ 3,511 $ 7,631 $ 35,174 $ 10,119 $ 12,000 FEES FOR SERVICES Plan Checks $ -0- $ 164,494 $ 186,619 $ 127,503 $ 186,000 Planning Fees 204,412 50,729 195,407 119,712 195,000 Engineering Fees 100,434 152,236 203,588 424,361 400,000 $ 304,846 $ 367,459 $ 671,576 $ 781,000 Total Fees For Services $ 585,614 REVENUE FROM OTHER AGENCIES Aid to Families w/Dep Children $ -0- $ -0- $ 52,983 $ -0-* $ -0-* Alcoholic Beverage Licenses 13,476 15,892 17,527 -0-* -0-* Motor Vehicle In Lieu 584,301 876,573 885,378 867,635** 915,548 Homeowners Property Tax Relief 18,620 33,675 42,637 21,609 32,605 Business Inventory Prop. Tax Relief 6,902 12,359 46,322 46,323 33,100 Trailer Coach Fee -0- 5,861 13,824 12,204 12,500 Highway Carrier Business Lic. Fee 5,853 4,345 20.,618 -0-* -0-* Cigarette Tax 106,857 127,540 142,066 137,910 145,000 RESOURCES FOR PROGRAM DISTRIBUTION 1982-1983 SOURCES ACTUAL 1978-1979 ACTUAL 1979-1980 ACTUAL 1980-1981 ESTIMATED .1981-1982 ESTIMATED 1982-1983 REVENUE FROM OTHER AGENCIES Continued... Off Highway License Fees $ 659 $ 591 $ 770 $ 795 $ 986 $ 736,688 $ 1,076,926 $ 1,222,323 $ 1,086,476 $ 1,139,739 Total Revenue Fr. Other Agencies MISCELLANEOUS Interest $ 113,154 $ 270,000 $ 328,853 $ 459,347 $ 336,000 Sale of Printed Material 3,571 63,788 11,772 9,507 10,000 Rents & Leases -0- 2,220 3,035 3,035 3,035 Revenue Not Otherwise Covered -0- 307,214 105,317 1,313 2,499 $ 116,725 $ 643,422 $ 448,977 $ 473,202 $ 351,534 Total Miscellaneous TOTAL GENERAL FUND $ 3,497,297 $ 5,265,642 $ 5,593,642 $ 5,605,400 $ 6,141,304 * Deleted by the State of California ** Current & Proposed Subvention reductions by the State of California M= M M= M M RESOURCES FOR PROGRAM DISTRIBUTION 1982-1983 M M M M M M SOURCES ACTUAL 1978-199 ACTUAL 1979-1980 ACTUAL 1980-1981 ESTIMATED 1981-1982 ESTIMATED 1982-1983 TRAFFIC SAFETY FUND Vehicle Code Fines $ 73,142 $ 86,372 $ 49,412 $ 96,500 $ 110,000 TRANSPORTATION & GAS TAX 2106 Gas Tax $ 193,782 $ 223,184 $ 226,722 $ 210,383 $ 220,233 2107 Gas Tax 192,281 210,181 217,108 206,310 390,048 2107.5 Gas Tax 6,000 6,000 6,000 7,500 7,500 Article 8 S.B. 325 451,267 494,442 577,817 612,413 659,472 $ 843,330 $ 933,807 $ 1,027,647 $ 1,036,606 $ 1,277,253 Total Transportation & Gas Tax RECREATION Recreation Programs $ 26,273 $ 58,668 $ 83,137 $ 52,635 $ 82,553 CETA Ceta IID $ 100,600 $ 40,811 $ 1,279 $ -0- $ -0- REVENUE SHARING Entitlement $ -0- $ 226,043 $ 563,706 $ 396,274 $ 453,150 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT Park Development $ 242,904 $ 117,253 $ 105,181 $ 120,000 $ 120,000 Systems Development 14,691 323,003 363,143 420,000 220,000 Beautification 148,710 209,406 141,975 105,000 75,000 Storm Drain 35,323 325,522 459,762 430,000 430,000 F A U -0- -0- 63,150 340,000 300,000 $ 568,501 $ 975,184 $ 1,133,211 $ 1,415,000 $ 1,145,000 Total Capital Improvement GRANTS Park Bond $ -0- $ -0- $ -0- $ 175,339 $ 175,339 CDBG -0- 30,518 325,649 163,965 360,000 OTS -0- 15,576 90,493 100,438 43,827 Park Grant 141,341 180,000 -0- -0- -0- $ 141,341 $ 226,094 $ 416,142 $ 439,742 $ 579,166 Total Grants G RESOURCES FOR PROGRAM DISTRIBUTION 1982-1983 ACTUAL ACTUAL ACTUAL ESTIMATED ESTIMATED SOURCES 1978-1979 1979-1980 1980-1981 1981-1982 1982-1983 SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS Landscape Maintenance (Industrial) $ -0- $ -0- $ -0- $ 66,000 $ 100,000 Industrial Drainage -0- -0- -0- -0- 220,000 Total Special Assessments $ -0- $ -0- $ -0- $ 66,000 $ 320,000 Rancho Cucamonga Redevelopment Agency Tax Increment $ -0- $ -0- $ -0- $ -0- $ 221,000 $ 5,246,703 $ 7,819,562 $ 8,862,176 $ 9,108,157 $ 10,329,426 TOTAL RESOURCES F 1 n C C L I 1 U GENREAL GOVERNMENT SUMMARY SOURCES General Fund $6,141,304 Supplies & 110,000 Revenue Sharing 453,150 Gas Tax ADMINISTRATION Salaries Service Capital TOTAL Council $ 12,000 $ 10,480 $ -0- $ 22,480 Admin C. Clerk 160,587 60,430 1,350 222,367 Admin Services 158,817 62,578 8,308 229,703 Total Admin $ 331,404 $ 113,488 $ 9,658 $ 474,550 OPERATIONAL COSTS Non -Dept Fringe $ -0- $ 592,262 $ -0- $ 592,262 Non -Dept Gen O.H. -0- 256,405 452,852 709,257 Intra Gov.Svc -0- 220,937 6,000 226,937 City Facilities -0- 209,346 41,115 250,461 Total Op Costs $ -0- $ 1,278,950 $ 499,967 $ 1,778,917 PROGRAM CENTERS COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT Administration $ 73,588 $ 9,532 $ 390 $ 83,510 Planning 305,319 51,450 1,700 358,469 Bldg & Safety 233,499 25,220 400 259,119 Engineering 367,647 103,115 3,500 474,262 Public Works 207,596 1,0822200 5,200 1,294,996 Total Com Dev $1,187,649 $ 1,271,517 $ 11,190 $ 2,470,356 SHERIFF'S DEPT. Administration $ 258,227 $ 24,048 $ 7,913 $ 290,188 Investigation 315,222 24,198 21,886 361,306 Patrol 1,832,972 92,024 87,901 2,012,897 Total Sheriff $2,406,421 $ 140,270 $ 117,700 $ 2,664,391 COMMUNITY SERVICES Administration $ 68,142 $ 76,600 $ -0- $ 114,742 Recreation 100,645 5,775 -0- 106,420 Total Com Svcs $ 168,787 $ 82,375 $ -0- $ 251,162 GRAND TOTAL $4,094,261 $ 2,906,600 $ 638,515 $ 7,639,376 SOURCES General Fund $6,141,304 Vehicle Code Fines 110,000 Revenue Sharing 453,150 Gas Tax 425,000 O.T.S. Grant 43,827 C.D.B.G. 57,613 Redevelopment Agency 102,000 Industrial Assm't Dist. 95,300 Capital Reserves 211,182 TOTAL $7,639,376 CITY OF RANCHO CUCANONGA 7 I 1 1 1 1 1 [J 1 DEPARTMENT PROGRAM 1 1 GENERAL GOVERNMENT 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - ' DEPARTMENTAL GOALS SUMMARY CITY COUNCIL ' 1982-1983 'Goals: ' It is the goal of the City Council to estabilsh policies and to pursure objectives that result in the most effective and efficient allocation of City resources for the benefit of the citizens of Rancho Cucamonga. 1 1 1 1 1 8 FUND FUNCTION I DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT GENERAL LEGISLATIVE CITY COUNCIL 01-10 Capital Outlay 1981-82 PROPOSED APPROVED CLASSIFICATION $ 24,289 $ 22,480 $ 22,480 5 BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET Salaries $ 14,400 $ 12,000 $ 12,000 Service and Supplies 9,889 10,480 10,480 Capital Outlay -0- -0- -0- PROGRAM TOTAL $ 24,289 $ 22,480 $ 22,480 5 5 5 Number of Positions CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 0 1 1 1 1 1 F 1 FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT GENERAL LEGISLATIVE CITY COUNCIL 01-10 POSITIONS BUDGET b r r .y r 1981-82 1982-83 1982-83 t.] w a r M o �0 CO o n PROPOSED APPROVED POSITION TITLE r m � BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET N C7 W U W Council Members 5 5 5 $ 14,400 $ 12,000 $ 12,000 TOTAL 5 5 5 $ 14,400 $ 12,000 $ 12,000 CITY OF RANCHO CUCMAONGA 10 FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT GENERAL LEGISLATIVE CITY COUNCIL 01-10 600 600 1981-82 PROPOSED APPROVED ACCNT CLASSIFICATION 26 Mileage 2,514 2,280 2,280 BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET 23 Printing and Publications $ 150 $ 450 $ 450. 24 Office Supplies 350 600 600 25 Travel and Meetings 5,125 5,400 5,400 26 Mileage 2,514 2,280 2,280 28 Contract Services 1,250 1,250 1,250 56 Dues 500 500 500 TOTAL $ 9,889 $ 10,480 $ 10,480 ACTIVITY INFORMATION DUES Miscellaneous TRAVEL AND MEETINGS San Bag/So. Cal. Assoc. of Governments League of California Cities - San Diego Labor Relations Institute Citrus Belt Division Nat. League of Cities - Cong. Conf. Nat. League of Cities - Los Angeles CONTRACT SERVICES Council Minutes (Deputy City Clerk) CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 11 $ 500 $ 450 1,500 1,200 300 1,100 850 $ 5,400 $ 1,250 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 J 1 �l 1 1 1 1 1 administration 1 city clerk 1 I 1 k 1 1 F I DEPARTMENTAL GOALS SUMMARY ' CITY MANAGER/CITY CLERK 1982-1983 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 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. 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 continue a modern "merit" personnel system to attract and retain qualified and competent City staff. 7. To direct and monitor the activities of the Redevelopment Agency. 8. Continue to examine and evaluate areas of improvement for Rancho Cucamonga's quarterly newsletter (The Grapevine). 9. To continue to monitor the local transit serivices provided by Omnitrans. 12 FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT GENERAL ADMINISTRATION CITY MANAGER -CITY CLERK 01-11 CLASSIFICATION 1981-82 PROPOSED I APPROVED PROGRAM TOTAL BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET Salaries $ 147,570 $ 160,587 $ 160,587 Service and Supplies 76,190 60,430 60,430 Capital Outlay 1,450 1,350 1,350 PROGRAM TOTAL $ 225,210 $ 222,367 $ 222,367 5 5 5 Number of Positions CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 13 I 1 1 1 1 1 FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT 1 GENERAL ADMINISTRATION CITY MANAGER -CITY CLERK 01-11 POSITIONS BUDGET r�rror m 10 m z m 1981-82 1982-83 1982-83 0 N 0 N PROPOSED APPROVED POSITION TITLE i r co M m to oo BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET N C7 w C7w City Manager 1 1 1 $ 58,500 $ 61,428 $ 61,428 Assistant City Manager 1 1 1 34,710 39,861 39,861 Administrative Analyst 1 1 1 19,992 21,702 21,702 Secretary to the City Manager/ Deputy City Clerk 1 1 1 20,240 21,120 21,120 Secretary 1 1 1 13,590 15,276 15,276 Part Time 538 1,200 1,200 TOTAL 5 5 5 $147,570 $160,587 $160,587 CITY OF RANCHO CUCMAONCA 14 FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT GENERAL ADMINISTRATION CITY MANAGER -CITY CLERK 01-11 5,650 5,650 1981-82 PROPOSED APPROVED ACCNT CLASSIFICATION BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET 20 Legal Advertising $ 7,000 $ 8,500 $ 8,500 23 Printing and Publications 5,800 5,650 5,650 24 Office Supplies 950 1,850 1,850 25 Travel and Meetings 10,200 7,150 7,150 26 Mileage Allowance 2,100 2,400 2,400 28 Contract Services 48,500 33,000 33,000 33 Office Equipment Maintenance 450 500 500 56 Dues 1,190 1,380 . 1,380 TOTAL 76,190 $ 60,430 $ 60,430 ACTIVITY INFORMATION TRAVEL AND MEETINGS League of California Cities Labor Relations Institute Citrus Belt Executive Committee Citrus Belt Division Meetings City Clerks Institute (Deputy City Clerk) League of.California Cities - City Managers Labor Relations Council Meetings National League of Cities Congressional Conference Local Meetings International City Managers Association Service Club Participation Calpelra/Labor Relations League Policy Seminar TOTAL CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 15 500 350 175 175 150 600 75 1,100 2,100 750 225 450 500 $ 7,150 I FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT GENERAL ADMINISTRATION CITY MANAGER -CITY CLERK 01-11 1981-82 PROPOSED APPROVED ACCNT CLASSIFICATION BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET TOTAL ACTIVITY INFORMAT DUES International Institute of Municipal Clerks International City Managers Association (2) American Society of Public Administration (2) Municipal Managers Assistants of So. Calif. (2) Western Governmental Research Assoc. Local Service Clubs Southern California City Clerks Assoc: Miscellaneous TOTAL CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 16 50 600 100 80 40 125 35 350 $ 1,380 FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT GENERAL ADMINISTRATION CITY MANAGER -CITY CLERK 01-11 $ 1,350 $ 1,350 1981-82 PROPOSED APPROVED ACCNT CLASSIFICATION BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET 44 Equipment $ 1,450 $ 1,350 $ 1,350 TOTAL $ .1,450 $ 1,350 $ 1,350 ACTIVITY INFORMATION EQUIPMENT Camera File Cabinet $ 1,350 TOTAL $ 1,350 CITY OF RANCHO CUCMAONGA 17 I 1 1 U 1 1 1 C 1 1 1 1 1 C 1 Administrative Services, 1 city treasurer 1 I ' DEPARTMENTAL GOALS SUMMARY ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES ' 1982-1983 ' MISSION STATEMENT To efficiently administer the City financial program according to administrative and Council direction, and within the appropriate bounds of proper accounting ' procedures. GOALS ' 1. To meet City financial needs. A. Analyze continuing legislation, its impact on the City financially, and to respond accordingly. 1. 18 B. Seek out alternative sources of financing City programs. C. Continue to invest idle funds to maximize interest earnings. D. Implement budget changes to assure that the City progress. ' 2. To continue improving financial record keeping. A. Seek methods of financial reporting that are easy to understand and ' also conform to statement 1 of the National Council on Governmental Accounting. B. Be responsive to internal control requirements. ' C. Continue with cost accounting procedures to comply with the mandate of the electorate. ' 3. Computerize Capital Replacement Program. A. Set up asset inventory to meet equipment replacement requirements. B. Tag and identify all fixed assets. ' 4. Improve Purchasing Program. A. Insure purchasing policies and procedures are adhered to. ' B. Establish purchase order control. 5. Review City Insurance Program. ' A. Review feasibility study to determine the appropriateness of self -funding for a dental program and/or health insurance, and eventually, City liability and worker's compensation insurance.for Fiscal Year 1982-1983. ' 6. To continue to develop a budget that is more than a mere reflection of figures, but is indeed a working document. A. Development of cost center Wn'the budget. ' B. Continue to maintain a document that changes with appropriate legislation and reflects same. 1. 18 FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT GENERAL ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES FINANCE -CITY TREASURER 01-12 CLASSIFICATION 1981-82 I PROPOSED APPROVED PROGRAM TOTAL BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET Salaries $ 152,074 $ 158,817 $ 158,817 Service and Supplies 69,400 62,578 62,578 Capital Outlay 9,460 8,308 8,308 PROGRAM TOTAL $ 230,934 $ 229,703 $ 229,703 9 9 9 Number of Positions CITY OF RA14CHO CUCAMONGA 19 FUND [FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT GENERAL ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES FINANCE -CITY TREASURER 01-12 POSITIONS BUDGET o ro 1981-82 1982-83 1982-83 ra oo ro oo z co PROPOSED APPROVED POSITION TITLE N a i t+ � < N w BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET N d w Finance Director 1 1 1 $ 38,839 $ 42,102 $ 42,102 Accountant I 1 1 1 17,498 20,088 20,088 Business License Inspector 1 1 1 18,835 19,481 19,481 Purchasing Clerk 1 1 1 15,828 16,502 16,502 Account Clerk* 3 3 3 34,888 30,552 30,552 Cashier -Information Clerk 1 1 1 14,023 14,892 14,892 Clerk Typist 1 1 1 11,634 13,700 13,700 Overtime 538 1,500 1,500 *Authorized Account Clerk position currently vacant, will not be funded for Fiscal Year 1982-83 TOTAL 9 9 9 $ 152,083 $ 158,817 $ 158,817 CITY OF RANCHO CUCMAONGA 20 FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT GENERAL ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES FINANCE -CITY TREASURER 01-12 ACCNT CLASSIFICATION 1981-82 PROPOSED APPROVED 5,500 5,500 BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET 20 Legal Advertising $ 1,650 $ 1,000 $ 1,000 23 Printing and Publications 6,300 7,000 7,000 24 Office Supplies 3,770 5,500 5,500 25 Travel and Meetings 3,200 4,200 4,200 26 Mileage Allowance 7,734 3,400 3,400 28 Contract Services 45,070 39,734 39,734 33 Office Equipment Maint. 1,191 1,189 1,189 56 Dues 485 881 555 TOTAL $ 69,400 $ 62,904 $ 62,578 ACTIVITY INFORMATION TRAVEL AND MEETINGS League of California Cities Financial Seminar (2) League of California Cities General Conference Labor Relations Institute California State Municipal Finance Officers Conference California Municipal Business Tax Association Conference (2) California Assocaition of Public Purchasing Officers Seminar Educational and Job Development Seminars Local Meetings , TOTAL CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 21 E9 900 500 350 400 800 400 350 500 $ 4,200 1 1 1 1 1 1 FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT GENERAL ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES FINANCE -CITY TREASURER -01-12 1981-82 PROPOSED APPROVED ACCNT CLASSIFICATION BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET TOTAL ACTIVITY INFORMATION DUES California State Municipal Finance Officers Association $ 85 Municipal Finance Officers Association of America 225 Municipal Managers Assistants of Southern California 15 California Municipal Business Tax Association (2) 80 California Association of Public Purchasing Officers 25 Miscellaneous 125 TOTAL $ 555 CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 22 FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT GENERAL ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES FINANCE -CITY TREASURER 01-12 $ 8,308 $ 8,308 1981-82 PROPOSED APPROVED ACCNT CLASSIFICATION BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET 44 Equipment $ 9,460 $ 8,308 $ 8,308 TOTAL $ 9,460 $ 8,308 $ 8,308 EQUIPMENT Lateral Files (3) Fixed Assets Computer Fixed Assets Software Calculator (2) Polaroid Camera ACTIVITY INFORMATION $ 8,308 TOTAL $ 8,308 CITY OF RANCHO CUCMAONGA 23 I I 1 1 1 1 L 1 J 1 1 1 1 1 1 city facilities 1 1 ■ 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT GENERAL CITY FACILITIES CITY OFFICES 01-17 Capital Outlay 1981-82 PROPOSED APPROVED CLASSIFICATION BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET Salaries Service and Supplies $ 147,757 $ 209,346 $ 209,346 Capital Outlay 1,000 3,800 41,115 PROGRAM TOTAL $ 148,757 $ 213,146 $ 250,461 0 0 0 Number of Positions CITY OF RANCHO CUCA%!ONGA 24 FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT GENERAL CITY FACILITIES CITY OFFICES 01-17 ACCNT CLASSIFICATION 1981-82 PROPOSED APPROVED 17,599 17,599 BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET 21 Utilities $ 38,300 $ 58,200 $ 58,200 23 Postage 16,101 20,450 20,450 24 Central Office Supplies 12,400 17,599 17,599 28 Contracts (Leases & Rents) 66,456 95,332 95,332 34 Building Maint. Supplies 14,500 17,765 17,765 TOTAL $ 147,757 $ 209,346 $ 209,346 ACTIVITY INFORMATION CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 25 1 1 1 1 1 FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT GENERAL CITY FACILITIES CITY OFFICES 01-17 300 37,615 1981-82 PROPOSED APPROVED ACCNT CLASSIFICATION BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET 43 Building Improvements $ -0- $ 3,500 $ 3,500 44 Equipment 1,000 300 37,615 TOTAL $ 1,000 $ 3,800 $ 41,115 ACTIVITY INFORMATION BUILDING IMPROVEMENTS Administrative Office Modification Central Supplies Storage Modification $ 3,500 EQUIPMENT Recording Equipment - Council Chambers Flags - City Flag Pole Lease/Purchase Payment - Mag Card Word Processing Equipemnt $ 37,615 TOTAL $ 41,115 CITY OF RANCHO CUCMAONGA 26 I iJ 1 I 1 I 1 1 L 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 non -departmental 1 1 1 I 11 I 1 FUND :1 FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT Service and Supplies GENERAL GOVERNMENT OVERHEAD $ 848,667 Capital Outlay 1981-82 PROPOSED APPROVED CLASSIFICATION BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET Salaries Service and Supplies $ 793,413 $ 811,727 $ 848,667 Capital Outlay 641,082 452,852 452,852 PROGRAM TOTAL $ 1,434,495 $ 1,264,579 $ 1,301,519 Number of Positions 0 0 0 CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA FUNDFUNCTION Deferred Compensation DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT $ 38,916 GENERAL GOVERNMENT OVERHEAD ACCNTP CLASSIFICATION 1981-82 PROPOSED APPROVED 24,171 24,171 BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET ACTIVITY INFORMATION CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA Deferred Compensation $ 35,359 $ 38,916 $ 38,916 Long Term Disability/ Life Insurance 27,502 24,171 24,171 Dental Insurance 14,441 14,441 14,441 Health Insurance 85,877 110,551 110,551 Workers Compensation 63,791 55,389 55,389 Unemployment Insurance 9,691 9,000 9,000 Tuition Reimbursement 3,366 3,686 3,686 Management Developemnt 3,366 4,686 4,686 Public Employees Retirement System 288,094 257,206 257,206 Coffee Fund 300 325 325 Vacation Amoritization 13,528 14,136 14,136 Long Term Sick Leave 33,820 45,619 45,619 Injury on Duty 13,528 14,136 14,136 TOTAL $ 592,663 $ 592,262 $ 592,262 ACTIVITY INFORMATION CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA I 1 U I n U U 1 FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT $ 62,106 GENERAL GOVERNMENT OVERHEAD 8,500 8,500 8,500 1981-82 PROPOSED APPROVED ACCNTF— CLASSIFICATION BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET ACTIVITY INFORMATION CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA W Legal Services $ 46,800 $ 62,106 $ 62,106 Dues (City) 8,500 8,500 8,500 Community Promotion -0- -0- 33,168 Liability & Fire Insurance 132,450 133,131 133,131 Employment Advertising 4,000 2,000 2,000 Employment Physical 3,000 2,000 2,000 City Audit 6,000 15,500 15,500 Reserve for Capital Relacement 70,022 141,670 141,670 Civic Center Reserve 571,060 311,182 311,182 TOTAL $ 841,832 $ 676,089 $ 709,257 ACTIVITY INFORMATION CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA W FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT INTRA- AND EQUIPEMNT VEHICEGOVERNMENTAL Fuel -0- 128,404 REPLACEMENT & SERVICE PUBLIC WORKS 20-24 -0- 72,533 1981-82 PROPOSED APPROVED ACCNT CLASSIFICATION BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET 28 Contract Services $ -0- $ 10,000 $ 10,000 30 Fuel -0- 128,404 128,404 31 Vehicle & Equipment Maint. -0- 72,533 72,533 38 Materials & Supplies -0- 10,000 10,000 TOTAL $ -0- $ 220,937 $ 220,937 CONTRACT SERVICES On Site Equipment Repair Major Overhauls ACTIVITY INFORMATION $ 10,000 TOTAL $ 10,000 CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 31 FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT INTRA- VEHICLE AND EQUIPMENT 220,937 220,937 Capital Outlay VI PUBLIC WORKS 20-24 PROGRAM TOTAL 1981-82 PROPOSED APPROVED CLASSIFICATION 0 0 Number of Positions BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET Salaries $ -0- $ -0- $ -0- Service and Supplies -0- 220,937 220,937 Capital Outlay 6,000 6,000 PROGRAM TOTAL $ -0- $ 226,937 $ 226,937 0 0 0 Number of Positions CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 30 I fl F r n I [1 45 FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT $ 6,000 VEHICLE AND EQUIPMENT PUBLIC WORKS 20-24 4ACCNT REPLACEMENT & SERVICE 1981-82 PROPOSED APPROVED CLASSIFICATION BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET 45 Vehicles $ -0- $ 6,000 $ 6,000 TOTAL $ -0- $ 6,000 $ 6,000 ACTIVITY INFORMATION CITY OF RANCHO CUCMAONGA 32 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 DEPARTMENT PROGRAM 1 1 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT 1 I 1 1 1 1 I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 CI 1 1 1 1 1 1 administration IJ ' DEPARTMENTAL GOALS SM94ARY COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT Administration ' 1982-83 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. t 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 imformed ' 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. 1 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. ' L 03%] FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT GENERAL COMMUNITY DEVLEOPMENT ADMINISTRATION 01-20 Capital Outlay 1981-82 PROPOSED I APPROVED CLASSIFICATION $ 77,768 $ 83,510 $ 83,510 Number of Positions BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET Salaries $ 65,836 $ 73,588 $ 73,588 Service and Supplies 10,702 9,532 9,532 Capital Outlay 1,230 390 390 PROGRAM TOTAL $ 77,768 $ 83,510 $ 83,510 Number of Positions 2 2 2 CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 34 I r 1 U 1 .1 1 1 FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT GENERAL COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT ADMINISTRATION 01-20 POSITIONS BUDGET o 1981-82 1982-83 1982-83 M o, C N •v ONBUDPOSITION m PROPOSED APPROVED TITLE r+ NdO w w co GET BUDGET BUDGET Community Development Director 1 1 1 $ 47,912 $ 53,934 $ 53,934 Administrative Secretary 1 1 1 17,386 19,116 19,116 Overtime 538 538 538 TOTAL 2 2 2 $ 65,836 $ 73,588 $ 73,588 CITY OF RANCHO CUCMAONGA 35 FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT GENERAL COMMUNITY DEVLEOPMENT ADMINISTRATION 01-20 ACCNT CLASSIFICATION 1981-82 PROPOSED APPROVED 4,000 4,000 BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET 23 Printing and Publications $ 300 $ 450 $ 450 24 Office Supplies 300 300 300 .25 Travel and Meetings 4,300 4,000 4,000 26 Mileage Allowance 3,560 3,280 3,280 28 Contract Services 1,080 540 540 33 Office Equipment Maintenance 100 100 100 56 Dues 1,062 862 862 TOTAL $ 10,702 $ 9,532 $ 9,532 ACTIVITY INFORMATION TRAVEL AND MEETINGS National American Planning Association League of California Cities California American Planning Association Planning Commission Institute Local Meetings Special Council/Planning Commission Meetings TOTAL CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 36 800 500 300 500 900 1,000 $ 4,000 I 1 1 1 1 1 FUNDFUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT GENERAL COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT ADMINISTRATION 01-20 ' 1981-82 PROPOSED APPROVED ACCNT CLASSIFICATION BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET TOTAL DUES ACTIVITY INFORMATION American Institute of Certified Planners $ 150 American Society of Public Administration 65 International City Managers Association 150 National Association of Housing & Development Offices 100 Urban Land Institute 130 Miscellaneous 267 TOTAL $ 862 CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 37 FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT GENERAL COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT ADMINISTRATION 01-20 $ 390 $ 390 1981-82 PROPOSED APPROVED ACCNT CLASSIFICATION BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET 44 Equipment $ 1,230 $ 390 $ 390 TOTAL $ 1,230 $ 390 $ 390 ACTIVITY INFORMATION EQUIPMENT Tables (2) Chairs (2) Bookcases (2) $ 390 TOTAL $ 390 CITY OF RANCHO CUCMfAONGA 38 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 F 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 planning 1 ' COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT PLANNING DIVISION MISSION &'OBJECTIVE STATEMENT 1 MISSION STATEMENT: Provide proficient City Planning services concerning the physical, economic, and social growth of the City to the City Council, City Planning Commission, as well as the general public, in a professional and efficient manner. ' OBJECTIVES: ' General City Planning Management: Provide technical assistance to the City Council, City Planning Commission, Redevelopment Agency, Citizen Advisory Committee, tgeneral public, as well as other City departments. is - Provide assistance and coordination with other Local, -Regional, State and Federal agencies. t- Insure that all City Planning staff members keep abreast of cur- rent and pending City Planning legislation and their ultimate ' impact to the City. - Encourage and foster direct lines of communication (both vertically ' and horizontally) between all City Planning Division staff members and other members of the Community Development Department, and other City departments and functions. ' - Encourage and improve superior public relations and rapport with the general public, community groups, and development representatives in the City. ' - Encourage and foster citizen participation in all aspects of the City Planning process. ' - Develop, review and update goals, objectives, policies and procedures to carry out City Council, City Planning Commission and Citizen Ad- visory Committee's directions. t- Encourage and foster the cross -training of the Current and Advanced Planning staff for better work load balance for the division and ' education and training of the division staff members. 1 LJ 39 Page 2 Current Planning - Insure that all developments are in conformance with the General Plan, Development/Design Standards, Ordinances, and other appli- cable City, State; and Federal regulations. - Insure that all developments are reviewed and approved in a timely, efficient, and comprehensive manner. - Monitor, review, and update the Development Review process and appli- cable requirements in order to provide the most current and efficient and practical process. - Encourage Specific Planning, Planned Communities, and Planned Develop- ments by adopting Design/Development guidelines and standard. - Provide the general public and development representatives with the most current and complete development information in order to expe- dite the development process. Current Planning - Code Enforcement - Provide sensitive, courteous, and responsive public assistance con- cerning all possible code violations. - Provide close coordination between the City and the County court system in order to effectively provide a strong code enforcement program. Advanced Planning - Develop, monitor, review, and update the City's General Plan, Specific Plans, and Neighborhood Plans, and Redevelopment Plan and Redevelopment project planning. - Provide the general public and development representatives with the most current and complete census, housing, growth, energy conservation, and land use data. - Coordinate the City Planning Division Grants Management program for all Federal, State, and County Grants to reflect the needs and priori- ties of the Community. - Monitor the City's invlovement in all Federal, State, and County Grant programs. - Coordinate the City's economic development and redevelopment activi- ties with other State, County, and Local jurisdictions along with other City departments. 40 1 ' Page _3 ' Advanced Planning, Contd. Coordinate the City's energy conservation activities with other State, County, and Local jurisdictions along with other City departments. 1 1 t ' 41 FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT GENERAL COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT PLANNING 01-21 CLASSIFICATION 1981-82 PROPOSED APPROVED PROGRAM TOTAL BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET Salaries $ 287,358 $ 305,319 $ 305,319 Service and Supplies 56,870 51,450 51,450 Capital Outlay 4,000 1,700 1,700 PROGRAM TOTAL $ 348,228 $ 358,469 $ 358,469 Number of Positions CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 42 I [1 F 1 FUND [FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT.GENERAL UNITY DEVELOPMENT PLANNING 01-21' POSITIONS BUDGET r�rror r .0 0 co .0 1981-82 1982-83 1982-83 POSITION TITLE to 0o r M 0 0o N z 0 W APPROVED oc I BUDGET PROPOSED r co M 0o bf 00 BUDGET BUDGET N O W d W City Planner 1 1 1 $ 28,209 $ 39,069 $ 39,069 Senior Planner 2 2 2 57,220 61,326 61,326 Associate Planner 3 3 3 64,314 75,174 75,17.4 Assistant Planner 3 3 3 60,139 65,781 65,781 Community Code Representative, 1 1 1 21,941 22,965 22,965 Secretary 1 1 1 13,299 14,039 14,039 Clerk Typist* 2 2 2 24,034 13,331 13,331 Part-time 114 1 1 15,202 10,634 10,634 Planning Commission 5 5 5 3,000 3,000 3,000 *Authorized Clerk Typist position currently vacant, will not be funded for Fiscal Year 1982-83 TOTAL 11914, 19 19 $ 287,358 $'305,319 $ 305,319 CITY OF RANCHO CUCMAONGA 43 FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT GENERAL COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT PLANNING 01-21 25,000 25,000 1981-82 PROPOSED APPROVED ACCNT CLASSIFICATION 25 Travel and Meetings 5,900 6,000 6,000 BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET 20 Legal Advertising $ 5,000 $ 3,000 $ 3,000 23 Printing & Publications 27,600 25,000 25,000 24 Office Supplies 8,000 8,000 8,000 25 Travel and Meetings 5,900 6,000 6,000 26 Mileage Allowance 4,855 3,650 3,650 28 Contract Services 5,000 5,000 5,000 33 Office Equipment Maintenance 200 300 300 56 Dues 315 500 500 TOTAL $ 56.870 $ 51,450 $ 51,450 ACTIVITY INFORMATION TRAVEL AND MEETINGS League of Califronia Cities $ 500 Planning Commission Institute 3,500 Local Meetings 2,000 TOTAL $ 6,000 CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA LL 1 1 1 1 FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT GENERAL COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT PLANNING 01-21 1981-82 PROPOSED APPROVED ACCNT CLASSIFICATION BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET TOTAL ACTIVITY INFORMATION DUES American Planning Association (3) Ameircan Institute of Architects Southern California Municipal Managers Assistants TOTAL CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 45 1. $ 375 75 50 $ 500 FUNDFUNCTION Equipment DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT GENERAL COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT PLANNING 01-21 $ 1,700 $ 1,700 1981-82 PROPOSED APPROVED ACCNT CLASSIFICATION BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET 44 Equipment $ 4,000 $ 1,700 $ 1.,700 TOTAL $ 4,000 $ 1,700 $ 1,700 ACTIVITY INFORMATION EQUIPMENT Office Equipment $ 1,700 TOTAL $ 1,700 CITY OF RANCHO CUCMAONGA 46 I 1 n 0 1 11 I 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 building & safety 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 t 1 1 DEPARTMENTAL GOALS SUMMARY COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT Building and Safety Division 1982-1983 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 forms. C. By administration of a building plan checking program to achieve Fire District codes compliance. 2. To facilitate cooperation and training of Division personnel. A. By cross -training of clerical staff. B. By continuation of intra -divisional training sessions. 3. To improve the image of the Building and Safety Division as a service organization. A. By continuation of informational releases through the "Grapevine", regarding pitfalls and practices related to Building Division interests. B. By broadening the scope of citizen information booklets. 4. To improve the community image. A. By initiating programs to discourage or prevent indiscriminate dumping. 47 FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT GENERAL COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BUILDING & SAFETY 01-22 CLASSIFICATION 1981-82 PROPOSED I APPROVED PROGRAM TOTAL BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET Salaries $ 215,343 $ 233,499 $ 233,499 Service and Supplies 28,786 25,220 25,220 Capital Outlay 550 400 400 PROGRAM TOTAL $ 244,679 $ 259,119 $ 259,119 Number of Positions 10 10 10 CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 48 I I 1 1 fl F 1 FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT GENERAL COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BUILDING & SAFETY OCI1-22 POSITIONS BUDGET rzrror r 0o o cc b 0 1981-82 1982-83 1982-83 POSITION TITLE M m C r i y o I o W< o 0 I o BUDGET PROPOSED APPROVED to t co BUDGET BUDGET v W W Building Official 1 1 1 $ 35,837 $ 39,101 $ 39,101 Building Inspection Supervisor 1 1 1 26,871 28,435 28,435 Plan Check Engineer 1 1 1 24,041 26,442 26,442 Engineering Technician 1 1 1 16,955 18,654 18,654 Building Inspector* 4 4 4 87,636 95,211 95,211 Clerk Typist 2 2 2 23,465 25,656 25,656 Overtime 538 -0- -0- One Building Inspector will be transferred to fill an existing vacancy in Engineering as a construction inspector on a temporary basis. TOTAL 101 101 10 215,343 233,499 S 233.499_ CITY OF RANCHO CUCMAONGA 49 FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT GENERAL COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BUILDING & SAFETY 01-22 600 600 1981-82 PROPOSED APPROVED ACCNT CLASSIFICATION 26 Mileage Allowance 2,441 2,400 2,400 BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET 23 Printing and Publications $ 2,000 $ 3,000 $ 2,000 24 Office Supplies 800 600 600 25 Travel and Meetings 750 1,600 1,600 26 Mileage Allowance 2,441 2,400 2,400 28 Contract Services 6,200 5,000 5,000 29 Plan Check 16,000 12,000 12,000 33 Office Equipment Maintenance 300 300 300 56 Dues 295 320 320 TOTAL $ 28,786 $ 25,220 $ 25,220 ACTIVITY INFORMATION TRAVEL AND MEETINGS California Building Officials Local Meetings International Conference of Building Officials TOTAL CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 50 $ 350 400 850 $ 1,600 FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT GENERAL COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BUILDING AND SAFETY 01-22 1981-82 PROPOSED APPROVED ACCNT CLASSIFICATION BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET TOTAL ACTIVITY INFORMATION DUES International Conference of Building Officials International Association of Mechanical and Plumbing Officials Foothill Chapter - International Conf. of Building Officials Citrus Belt Chapter - International Conf. of Building Officials California Building Officials TOTAL CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 51 120 50 25 45 80 $ 320 FUNDFUNCTION Equipment DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT GENERAL COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BUILDING AND SAFETY 01-22 ACCNT CLASSIFICATION 1981-82 PROPOSED APPROVED BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET 44 Equipment $ 550 $ 400 $ 400 TOTAL $ 550 $ 400 $ 400 ACTIVITY INFORMATION EQUIPMENT "Plan Storage Rack Small Tools $ 400 TOTAL $ 400 CITY OF RANCHO CUCMAONGA 52 I I 1 1 1 I 1 L 1 1 1 1 1 1 engineering 1 1 DEPARTMENTAL GOALS SUMMARY ' COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT ' Engineering Division 1982-1983 ' Mission Statement: ' To provide efficient, accurate and timely review of all land division actions., development 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. t 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. tB. 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. ' 3. To provide responsive inspection services in order to enforce high quality construction standards uniformly throughout the community. ' A. By delineating clear City consturction 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. 1 53 I I I Departmental Goals Summary , Engineering Division Page 2 C. By insuring strict compliance with traffic control practices through ' quarterly review of construction practices. D. By improving all inspection records to insure accessible daily inspection ' entries on active construction. 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 maintaining inventory traffic devices on major streets. , E. By updating and certifying required speed zone studies. F. By completing pedestrian trails and safe routes to school study. 1 G. By development of a Traffic Systems Management Program. ' 5. Maintain long range Capital Improvements Program and to quickly and efficiently consturct budgeted capital projects. A. By completing all budgeted projects within the year. ' B. By developing a large scale construction program to complete major storm , drain construction. 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. 1 54 FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT GENERAL COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT ENGINEERING 01-23 Capital Outlay 1981-82 PROPOSED APPROVED CLASSIFICATION BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET Salaries $ 382,610 $ 367,647 $ 367,647 Service and Supplies 113,709 103,115 103,115 Capital Outlay 9,100 3,500 3,500 PROGRAM TOTAL $ 505,419 $ 474,262 $ 474,262 17 17 17 Number of Positions CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 55 FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT GENERAL COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT ENGINEERING 01-23 POSITIONS BUDGET 10 0 �0 10 1981-82 1982-83 1982-83 POSITION TITLEc M m r t� i ro w 0 n cn 1 x 00 o ro C i BUDGET PROPOSED APPROVED r a to oo M tf m M BUDGET BUDGET N W W City Engineer 1 1 1 $ 40,983 $ 44,520 $ 44,520 Senior Civil Engineer 1 1 1 31,620 35,586 35,586 Public Works Engineer 1 1 1 29,636 33,258 33,258 Associate Civil Engineer 2 2 2 54,155 61,204 61,204 Assistant Civil Engineer 2 2 2 48,501 51,408 51,408 Engineering Technician* 3 3 3 53,089 38,928 38,928 Public Works Inspector 2 2 2 47,067 46,271 46,271 Public Works Inspector(Trainee)** 1 1 1 19,317 =0- -0- Secretary 1 1 1 15,058 15,660 15,660 Traffic Analyst i 1 1 1 23,834 25,792 25,792 Part-time 2 2 2 19,350 10,020 10,020 Overtime -0- 5,000 5,000 *Authorized Engineering Tech., currently vacant, will not be funded for Fiscal Year 1982-83. **Public Works Inspector posi- tion to be temporarily filled by a Building -Inspector irom the Building and Safety Department i TOTAL 17 17 17 $ 382,610 $ 367,647 r$__367,647 CITY OF RANCHO CUCMAONGA 56 FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT GENERAL COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT ENGINEERING 01-23 2,500 2,500 1981-82 PROPOSED APPROVED ACCNT CLASSIFICATION BUDGET BUDGET I BUDGET 20 Legal Advertising $ 1,000 $ 500 $ 500 23 Printing and Publications 5,000 2,500 2,500 24 Office Supplies 4,500 2,000 2,000 25 Travel and Meetings 1,850 1,800 1,800 26 Mileage Allowance 3,409 250 250 28 Contract Services 96,750 95,000 95,000 33 Office Equipment Maintenance 500 500 500 56 Dues 700 565 565 TOTAL $ 113,709 $ 103,115 $ 103,115 ACTIVITY INFORMATION TRAVEL AND MEETINGS League of California Cities $ 500 Traffic Engineers Institute 100 City Engineers 200 Local Meetings 500 League of Cities - Public Works 500 $ 1,800 CONTRACT SERVICES Plan Check $ 95,000 CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 57 FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT GENERAL COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT ENGINEERING 01-23 ACCNT CLASSIFICATION 1981-82 PROPOSED APPROVED BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET TOTAL ACTIVITY INFORMATION DUES American Public Works Association Institute of Traffic Engineers ( City and County Engineers Riverside -San Bernardino Traffic Engineers Street Superintendents and Maintenance Association International Society Arbor Culture Miscellaneous TOTAL CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 150 120 20 10 35 35 195 $ 565 I FUND [FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT GENERAL UNITY DEVLEOPMENT ENGINEERING 01-23 $ 3,500 $ 3,500 1981-82 PROPOSED APPROVED ACCNT CLASSIFICATION BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET 44 Equipment $ 9,100 $ 3,500 $ 3,500 TOTAL $ 9,100 $ 3,500 $ 3,500 EQUIPMENT Office Equipment Field Equipment ACTIVITY INFORMATION $ 3,500 TOTAL $ 3,500 CITY OF RANCHO CUCMAONGA 59 I 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 l 1 1 1 I i public works 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT GENERAL COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT PUBLIC WORKS 01-24 Capital Outlay 1981-82PROPOSED I. APPROVED CLASSIFICATION BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET Salaries $ 188,161 $ 207,596 $ 207,596 Service and Supplies 819,700 1,082,200 1,082,200 Capital Outlay 7,500 5,200 5,200 PROGRAM TOTAL $ 1,015,361 $ 1,294,996 $ 1,294,996 Number of Positions 11 11 11 CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA .1 FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT GENERAL COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT PUBLIC WORKS 01-24 POSITIONS BUDGET �0 r 0 w 1981-82 1982-83 1982-83 POSITION TITLE Mooromxm C r 0 ro 0 ro BUDGET PROPOSED APPROVED M BUDGET BUDGET N W d W Maintenance Supervisor 1 1 1 $ 24,281 $ 26,976 $ 26,976 Maintenance Worker II 4 4 4 72,100 78,034 78,034 Maintenance Worker I 6 6 6 86,405 95,086 95,086 Overtime 5,000 6;000 6,000 Part-time 375 1,500 1,500 i TOTAL 11 11 11$ 188,161 $ 207,596 $ 207,596 CITY OF RANCHO CUCMAONGA 61 FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT GENERAL COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT PUBLIC WORKS 01-24 Travel and Meetings -0- 1981-82 PROPOSED APPROVED ACCNT CLASSIFICATION BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET 21 Utilities $ 54,500 $ 60,000 $ 60,000 25 Travel and Meetings -0- 200 200 27 Equipment Rental -0- 5,000 .5,000 28 Contract Services 414,000 465,000 465,000 35 Uniforms 500 3,000 3,000 38 Maint. Mateirals & Supplies -0- 123,800 123,800 40 Street Lights 350,000 425,000 425,000 56 Dues 700 200 200 TOTAL $ 819,700 $ 1,082,200 $ 1,082,200 ACTIVITY INFORMATION CONTRACT SERVICES Equipment Rental Street Sweeping Shoulder Grading Storm Operations Tree Trimming Traffic Striping Signal Maintenance Equipment Patching Concrete Repair Parkway Maintenance Parkway Weed Control Weed Abatement (County) Dump Fees Fence Repair & Grate Fabrication TOTAL CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 62 12,000 24,000 2,000 5,000 55,000 55,000 50,000 60,000 20,000 125,000 25,000 15,000 12,000 5,000 $ 465,000 FUNDFUNCTION Building Improvements DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT GENERAL COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT PUBLIC WORKS 01-24 ACCNT CLASSIFICATION 1981-82 PROPOSED APPROVED $ 5,200 $ 5,200 BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET 43 Building Improvements $ -0- $ 1,200 $ 1,200 44 Equipment 7,500 4,000 4,000 TOTAL $ 7,500 $ 5,200 $ 5,200 ACTIVITY INFORMATION BUILDING IMPROVEMENTS City Yard Out Bldg. Reconstruction $ 1,200 EQUIPMENT Tool Boxes $ 2,000 Replacement Equipment 2,000 $ 4,000 i r i TOTAL $ 5,200 CITY OF RANCHO CUCMAONGA rz I 1 1 h 1 1 1 1 1 DEPARTMENT 1 1 I 1 1 I 1 1 1 PROGRAM PUBLIC SAFETY I 1 F 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 administration I ' DEPARTMENTAL GOALS SUMMARY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT ' 1982-1983 ' Mission Statement: IA. By utilizing planning and research to identify the most hazardous areas in the City, and then employ selective enforcement. To provide services that contribute to the preservation of the community health, ' safety, tranquility and general welfare for the City of Rancho Cucamonga. Goals: identifying drunk drivers. t ' 1. To provide traffic enforcement in an effort to minimize the loss of lives enforcement goals through personal contacts, group meetings and the media. by reducing traffic injury addidents by 8 percent by June 30, 1983. IA. By utilizing planning and research to identify the most hazardous areas in the City, and then employ selective enforcement. 1.14 B. Increase enforcement through scheduling during peak hours for persons ' driving under the influence and increase the deputy awareness in identifying drunk drivers. t 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, 1983. A. By accelerating the community service officers' citizen contacts by ' via Neighborhood Watch Programs in the community. B. Promote more educational programs and conduct on -sight assistance when needed at commercial business by the community service officer. 1 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, 1983. 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 liaison with the Dispatch Center. D. By monitoring and identifying in-house problems created by the patrol ' officers and take corrective action. 1.14 FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT GENERAL SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 01-40 CLASSIFICATION 1981-82 PROPOSED APPROVED PROGRAM TOTAL BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET Salaries $ 244,959 $ 258,227 $ 258,227 Service and Supplies i 21,468 24,048 24,048 Capital Outlay 4,659 7,913 7,913 PROGRAM TOTAL $ 271,086 $ 290,188 $ 290,188 Number of Positions 10 10 10 CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 65 I 11 1 1 1 1 C FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT GENERAL SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 01-40 POSITIONS BUDGET r t. 00 ro O 0 r co a ro� ro r 1981-82 1982-83 1982-83 POSITION TITLE < ra C t. i °° w 0 cn i m 0 <i v c i BUDGET PROPOSED APPROVED t. M 00 00 BUDGET BUDGET N � Captain 1 1 1 $ 35,893 $ 42,637 $ 42,637 Secretary 1 1 1 17,017 19,669 19,669 Limited Duty Officer 1 1 1 17,873 20,274 20,274 Substation Clerk 3 3 3 52,219 52,242 52,242 Police Clerk 4 4 4 52,219 55,578 55,578 Overtime 1,932 -0- -0- 'Fringe Benefit Costs 38,381 48,692 48,692 Salary Adjustment 9,213 -0- -0- County Overhead 20,212 19,135 19,135 TOTAL 110 10 10 $ 244,959 $ 258,227 $ 258,227 CITY OF RANCHO CUCMAONGA FUNDFUNCTION Utilities DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT GENERAL SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 01-40 ACCNT CLASSIFICATION 1981-82 PROPOSED APPROVED 3,455 3,455 BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET 21 Utilities $ 5,328 $ 6,617 $ 6,617 24 Office Supplies 2,812 3,080 3,080 25 Travel and Meetings 1,875 3,455 3,455 28 Contract Services 11,363 10,638 10,638 56 Dues 90 90 90 County Overhead -0- 168 168 TOTAL $ 21,468 $ 24,048 $ 24,048 ACTIVITY INFORMATION TRAVEL AND MEETINGS Miscellaneous $ 1.,100 Crime Prevention 500 F.B.I. National Academy Seminars 475 West End Chiefs 90 Reserve Recognition Function 1,290 $ 3,455 DUES Local Organizations $ 75 F.B.I. Academy Dues 15 C �E TOTAL $ 3,545 CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA C, I 1 1 I 1 FUNDFUNCTION Building Improvements DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT GENERAL SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 01-40 1,563 1,563 1981-82 PROPOSED APPROVED ACCNT CLASSIFICATION BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET 43 Building Improvements $ -0- $ 3,500 $ 3,500 44 Equipment 1,709 1,563 1,563 45 Vehicles 2,950 2,850 2,850 TOTAL $ 4,659 $ 7,913 $ 7,913 ACTIVITY INFORMATION CITY OF RANCHO CUCMAONGA 68 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 investigation 1 1 I 1 11 F 1 1 1 1 FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT GENERAL SHERIFF INVESTIGATION 01-40 Capital Outlay 1981-82 PROPOSED I APPROVED PROGRAM TOTAL $ 322,885 $ 361,306 $ 361,306 .CLASSIFICATION BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET Salaries $ 297,453 $ 315,222 $ 315,222 Service and Supplies 20,306 24,198 24,198 Capital Outlay 5,126 21,886 21,886 PROGRAM TOTAL $ 322,885 $ 361,306 $ 361,306 6� 6� 61 Number of Positions CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA a FUND FUNCTION I DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT GENERAL SHERIFF INVESTIGATION 01-40 POSITIONS BUDGET r�rror ro ro m a 1981-82 1982-83 1982-83 POSITION TITLE to o0o a r MI 0 i W1 ;0opo 0 a i BUDGET PROPOSED APPROVED r N d mw 9 m BUDGET BUDGET Lieutenant $ 16,276 $ 19,335 $ 19,335 i Sergeant 1 1 1 29,524 33,492 33,492 Detective 5 5 5 125,905 142,715 142,715 Overtime 23,434 18,353 18,353 Fringe Benefit Cost 53,643 69,229 69,229 Salary Adjustment 13,991 -0- -0- County Overhead 34,680 32,098 32,098 i TOTAL 6� 6!,, 61 $ 297,453 $ 315,222 $ 315 222 CITY OF RANCHO CUCMAONGA rrw I 1 1 1 1 F 1 1 r [1 FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT GENERAL SHERIFF INVESTIGATION 01-40 3,080 3,080 1981-82 PROPOSED APPROVED ACCNT CLASSIFICATION BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET 21 Utilities $ 6,660 $ 8,271 $ 8,271 24 Office Supplies 2,812 3,080 3,080 25 Travel and Meetings 2,000 2,000 2,000 28 Contract Services 8,834 10,638 10,638 County Overhead -0- 209 209 TOTAL $ 20,306 $ 24,198 $ 24,198 ACTIVITY INFORMATION CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 71 FUNDFUNCTION Equipment DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT GENERAL SHERIFF INVESTIGATION 01-40 14,250 17,003 1981-82 PROPOSED APPROVED ACCNT CLASSIFICATION BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET 44 Equipment $ 5,126 $ 4,883 $ 4,883 45 Vehicles -0- 14,250 17,003 TOTAL $ 5,126 $ 19,133 $ 21,886 ACTIVITY INFORMATION I , CITY OF RANCHO CUCMAONGA 72 patrol I 1 1 L [J C h FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT GENERAL SHERIFF PATROL 01-40 Capital Outlay 1981-82 PROPOSED APPROVED CLASSIFICATION $ 1,854,258 $ 2,012,717 $ 2,012,717 Number of Positions BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET Salaries $ 1,691,176 $ 1,832,972 $ 1,832,972 Service and Supplies 84,084 92,024 92,024 Capital Outlay 78,998 87,721 87,721 PROGRAM TOTAL $ 1,854,258 $ 2,012,717 $ 2,012,717 Number of Positions 47' 48� 48' CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 73 FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT GENERAL SHERIFF PATROL 01-40 POSITIONS BUDGET r %0 o o �d 1981-82 1982-83 1982-83 POSITION TITLE M 03 M i °N° o ll i< o � i BUDGET PROPOSED APPROVED r N 000 wW BUDGET BUDGET d d Lieutenant $ 16,276 $ 19,335 $ 19,335 Sergeant 5 5 5 147,620 167,457 167,457 Deputy 35 35 35 798,770 906,192 906,192 Dispatcher 3 3 3 46,227 53,495 53,495 Crossing Guard 4 4 5 19,262 20,739 20,739 Part Time 1 -0- -0- 9,636 Overtime 70,461 67,327 67,327 Fringe Benefits 315,623 405,271 405,271 Salary Adjustment 81,979 -0- -0- County Overhead 194,958 183,520 183,520 4711 471, 48;1 1 $ 1,691,176 $ 1,823,3361$ 1,832,972 CITY OF RANCHO CUCMAONCA 74 1 1 e 1 1 FUND.FUNCTION Utilities DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT GENERAL SHERIFF PATROL 01-40 9,239 9,239 1981-82 PROPOSED APPROVED ACCNT CLASSIFICATION BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET 21 Utilities $ 14,652 $ 18,196 $ 18,196 24 Office Supplies 8,439 9,239 9,239 25 Travel and Meetings 2,000 2,000 2,000 28 Contracts 22,727 21,276 21,276 32 Helicopter Service 36,266 40,881 40,881 County Overhead -0- 432 432 TOTAL $ 84,084 $ 92,024 $ 92,024 ACTIVITY INFORMATION CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 75 FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT GENERAL SHERIFF PATROL 01-40 ACCNT CLASSIFICATION 1981-82 PROPOSED APPROVED 67,160 67,160 BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET 43 Building $ -0- $ 5,000 $ 5,000 44 Equipment 10,252 15,561 15,561 45 Vehicles 68,746 67,160 67,160 TOTAL $ 78,998 $ 87,721 $ 87,721 BUILDING New Construction EQUIPMENT Replacement Costs Individual Tape Recorders Evidence Locker VEHICLES Replacement Cost ACTIVITY INFORMATION $ 5,000 $ 15,561 $ 67,160 TOTAL $ 87,721 CITY OF RANCHO CUCMAONGA 76 T- I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 DEPARTMENT PROGRAM 1 1 COMMUNITY SERVICES 1 1 1 1 C] 1 1 1 I I k 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 L' 1 1 1 1 1 administration ■ ' DEPARTMENTAL GOALS SUMMARY COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT ' 1982-1983 ' Mission Statem To enhance the ' plan of servic Goals: ' 1. To provide Cucamonga. int: community life of Rancho Cucamonga residents through a comprehensive =s, programs, and facility development and operation. quality recreation opportunities for the citizens of Rancho 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 Department's public information service aimed at providing information regarding activities of the Department ' and programs of general interest. A. Develop the "Recreation News" portion 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. the Historic Preservation Commission. To provide continued support to 5. To maintian 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. 1 77 FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT GENERAL COMMUNITY SERVICES ADMINISTRATION 01-50 CLASSIFICATION 1981-82 PROPOSED I APPROVED PROGRAM TOTAL BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET Salaries $ 58,484 $ 68,142 $ 68,142 Service and Supplies 66,690 76,600 76,600 Capital Outlay 725 -0- -0- PROGRAM TOTAL $ 125,899 $ 144,742 $ 144,742 Number of Positions 211 2k 21� CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT GENERAL COMMUNITY SERVICES ADMINISTRATION 01-50 POSITIONS BUDGET r0rror r 0o o 00 b O 1981-82 1982-83 1982-83 POSITION TITLE M00 - e < 0 o o n 0 OD o n BUDGET PROPOSED APPROVED M o o M oo M m BUDGET BUDGET N t1 W U w Community Services Director 1 1 1 $ 35,578 $ 40,298 $ 40,298 Administrative Secretary 1 1 1 17,260 19,116 19,116 Clerk Typist 5,646 8,728 8,728 TOTAL 2 21 2 $ 58,484 $ 68,142 $ 68,142 CITY OF RANCHO CUCMAONGA 79 FUNDFUNCTION Legal Advertising DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT GENERAL COMMUNITY SERVICES ADMINISTRATION 01-50 30,000 30,000 1981-82 PROPOSED APPROVED ACCNT CLASSIFICATION 24 Office Supplies 1,500 1,250 1,250 BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET 20 Legal Advertising $ 500 $ 200 $ 200 21 Utilities 24,000 30,000 30,000 23 Printing and Publications 4,000 7,400 7,400 24 Office Supplies 1,500 1,250 1,250 25 Travel and Meetings 2,450 1,350 1,350 26 Mileage Allowance 3,370 2,500 2,500 28 Contract Services 10,000 10,000 10,000 33 Office Equipment Maintenance 150 150 150 34 Building Maintenance Supplies 20,245 23,500 23,500 56 Dues 475 250 250 TOTAL $ 66,690 $ 76,600 $ 76,600 ACTIVITY INFORMATION TRAVEL AND MEETINGS California Park & Recreation Society Conference $ 400 National Recreation & Park Association Conference 850 Local Meetings 100 TOTAL $ 1,350 CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 80 FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT GENERAL COMMUNITY SERVICES ADMINISTRATION 01-50 1981-82 PROPOSED APPROVED ACCNT CLASSIFICATION BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET TOTAL ACTIVITY INFORMATION DUES National Recreation & Parks Association $ 100 California Park & Recreation Society 75 Local Organizations 75 TOTAL $ 250 CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 81 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 recreation I 1 1 n 1 1 1 L 1 FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT GENERAL COMMUNITY SERVICES RECREATION 01-51 Capital Outlay 1981-82 PROPOSED APPROVED CLASSIFICATION BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET Salaries $ 94,974 $ 100,645 $ 100,645 Service and Supplies 7,100 5,775 5,775 Capital Outlay 3,000 -0- -0- PROGRAM TOTAL $ 105,074 $ 106,420 $ 106,420 2 2 2 Number of Positions CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT GENERAL COMMUNITY SERVICES RECREATION 01-51 POSITIONS BUDGET �zrro� r c0 0 ro 00 1981-82 1982-83 1982-83 POSITION TITLE tam < r row�0ou M y N O N BUDGET PROPOSED APPROVED r N c w e 00 BUDGET BUDGET Recreation Supervisor 2 2 2 $ 35,849 $ 38,564 $ 38,564 Part Time 59,125 62,081 62,081 TOTAL 2 1 2 2 $ 94,974 $ 100,645 $ 100,645 CITY OF RANCHO CUCMAONGA a 7 L_ FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT GENERAL COMMUNITY SERVICES RECREATION 01-51 , 100 100 1981-82 PROPOSED APPROVED ACCNT CLASSIFICATION BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET 25 Travel and Meetings $ 950 $ 200 $ 200 26 Mileage Allowance 150 100 100 35 Uniforms 1,000 -0- -0- 38 Materials and Supplies 5,000 5,475 5,475 TOTAL $ 7,100 $ 5,775 $ 5,775 ACTIVITY INFORMATION TRAVEL AND MEETINGS Local Meetings $ 200 TOTAL $ 200 CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 84 FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT GENERAL COMMUNITY SERVICES RECREATION 01-51 $ -0- $ -0- 1981-82 PROPOSED APPROVED ACCNT CLASSIFICATION BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET 44 Equipment $ 3,000 $ -0- $ -0- TOTAL $ 3,000 $ -0- $ -0- ACTIVITY INFORMATION CITY OF RANCHO CUC:LIONCA RR I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 1 Contract Recreation 1 I n I I r I I I I FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT RECREATION CONTRACT RECREATION COMMUNITY SERVICES 10-50 Capital Outlay 1981-82 PROPOSED I APPROVED CLASSIFICATION BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET Salaries $ -0- $ -0- $ -0- Service and Supplies 52,635 76,778 76,778 Capital Outlay -0- 5,775 5,775 $ 52,635 $ 82,553 $ 82,553 PROGRAM TOTAL 0 0 0 Number of Positions CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONCA I -T FUNDFUNCTION Contract Services DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT RECREATION CONTRACT RECREATION COMMUNITY SERVICES 10-50 ACCNT CLASSIFICATION 1981-82 PROPOSED APPROVED 5,016 5,016 BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET 28 Contract Services $ 52,635 $ 64,262 $ 64,262 38 Materials and Supplies -0- 7,500 7,500 Contingency -0- 5,016 5,016 TOTAL $ 52,635 $ 76,778 $ 76,778 ACTIVITY INFORMATION CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 87 I 1 I [7 L1 I 1 1 I t 1 1 1 1 1 FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT RECREATION CONTRACT RECREATION COMMUNITY SERVICES 10-50 4,075 4,075 1981-82 PROPOSED APPROVED ACCNT CLASSIFICATION BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET 43 Building $ -0- $ 1,700 $ 1,700 44 Equipment -0- 4,075 4,075 TOTAL $ -0- $ 5,775 $ 5,775 ACTIVITY INFORMATION BUILDING Replace Carpet - Lions Center $ 1,700 EQUIPMENT Sound System (out doors) Lectern/P.A. - Lions Center Play School Equipment $ 4,075 TOTAL $ 5,775 CITY OF RANCHO CUCNAONGA 1.1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT 1 i PROGRAM 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 t 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 PROGRAM FOR COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENTS 1982-83 PROcrwl TITLES Baseline Road widening and reconstruction. Rochester Ave. paveout. Sapphire Street Reconstruction Guardrail Replacement. Carnelian Street resurfacing. PROGRAM DESCRIPTION Cooperative effort with developer to widen and reconstruct portions of the north side of Baseline from Hermosa Avenue to Ivy Lane. Contribution to pave out of district owned property on Sixth St. in conjunction with Assessment District 82-1. Reconstruct failing pavement sections between Hillside Avenue and Thoroughbred Street. Replacement of missing guardrail at Foothill and Hellman Ave., Foothill and Turner Ave., Eighth Street and Hellman, Sixth Street and Turner. Resurface Carnelian Street from Highland Avenue to Wilson Street. Other projects selected and approved by City Council from the Long Term Capital Improvement Program as funds become available. PROGRAM COSTS: See next page. FUNDING SOURCE(S): CITY OF RANCHO CUCMAONGA RQ PROGRAM FOR COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENTS 1982-83 PROGRA?I TITLES Vineyard Avenue Widening. Parkway Landscape improvement and restoration. PROGRAM DESCRIPTION Widen 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 Complete the Carnelian Street project and miscellaneous parkway restoration at various locations. Parkland acquisition and Development I Site selection and park development as outlined in the City of Rancho Cucamonga's General Plan. Community Development Block Grant Assessment District 82-1 Landscape Maintenance District Housing rehabilitation. Expansion of Neighborhood Facility - Phase 1. North Town street improvements - Phase 3. Improve certain Industrial areas as to streets and drainage. To provide improved median, parkway care Other projects selected and approved by City Council from the Long Term Capital Improvement Program as funds become available. PROGRAM COSTS: $1,425,257 FAU, Beautification, CDBG, FUNDING SOURCE(S):Park Development Fees, Park CITY OF RANCHO CUCMAONGA I 1 LI 1 1 PROGRAM FOR COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENTS 1982-83 PROGRAM TITLES Foothill Blvd. and Hellamn Ave Hillside Road Widening, Reconstruc- tion and Drainage. Baseline Road Reconstruction Archibald Avenue and Foruth Street Archibald Avenue Resurfacing PROGRAM DESCRIPTION Design of widening, traffic signals and drainage at the intersection cooperative project with Cal Trans. Amethyst to Sapphire includes drainage improvement at Demens Channel and design of Heritage Park Street improvements. Carnelian Street to West City limit. Resurfacing, widening and reconstruction to match improvements in the City of Upland. Signal installation - cooperative project with the City of Ontario. Fourth Street to Baseline Road design study, plans, and specifications. Other projects selected and approved by City Council from the Long Term Capital Improvement Program as funds become availabe. PROGRAM COSTS: $2,214,027 FUNDING SOURCE(S):Gas Tax, S.B. 325, Systems Fees CITY OF RANCHO CUCMAONCA 91 PROGRAM FOR COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENTS 1982-83 PROGRAM TITLES PROGRAM DESCRIPTION Assessment District 82-1 Industrial Fees paid within AD 82-1 are required as a Area contribution to Storm Drain Improvements constructed as a part of this District. Alta Loma Channel Assessment Provide contribution and loan of funds towards District design of Alta Loma Channel Storm Drains 3A, B, C, & 4A. Construction of Minor Drainage Construction of Minor nuisance and Storm Facilities Drain improvements at Sapphire and Demens, 6th and Hellman, 4th and Archibald, Amethyst & Highland Ave. Design and Construction of Storm Fund for phased construction of drain from Drain 2F -Beryl -Hellman Drain the Cucamonga Storm Drain south of Baseline Road and Hellman Avenue to begining at Beryl Avenue at Alta Loma Drive - Sufficient funds for construction not available this year. Fee Reimbursements To fund outstanding fee reimbursements. Other projects selected and approved by City Council from the Long Term Capital Improvement Program as funds become available. PROGRAM COSTS: $703,116 FUNDING SOURCE(S): Drainage Facilities CITY OF RANCHO CUCMAONCA 92 H 1 F I I I 1 1 1 PROGRAM COST 1 1 ANALYSIS 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 M M== M M M M M M== M= M M= M r PROGRAM COST SUMMARY 1982-1983 SALARIES FRINGE SERVICES CAPITAL GENERAL DEPARTMENTAL GROSS LESS: NET PROGRAMS 6 WAGES BENEFITS 6 SUPPLIES OUTLAY OVERHEAD OVERHEAD TOTAL TRANSFERS TOTAL City Council $ 12,000 $ -0- $ 10,480 $ -0- $ $ $ 22,480 $ $ City manager/City Clerk 160,587 58,227 60,430 1,350 280,594 287,174 Finance/City Treasurer 158,817 54,471 62,578 8,308 250,461 Civic Center -0- -0- 209,346 41.1.15 133,131 Insurance Intra -Governmental Svc. -0- -0- -0- -0- 133,131 220,937 -0- 6,000 226,937 Other Overhead -0- 123,274 452,852 576,126 Subtotal General Overhead $ 331,404 $ 115,698 $ 820,176 $ 509,625 $ $ $ 1,776,903 $1,776,903 $ -0- Com. Dev. Administration $ 73,588 $ 26,687 $ 9,532 $ 390 $ 19,268 81,312 $ 9,425 $ 129,465 555,764 $ 129,465 -0- $ -0- 555,764 Com. Dev. Planning 305,319 106,558 85,302 51,450 25,220 1,700 400 60,223 6,978 411,622 -0- 411,622 Co.. Dev. Building F Safety 233,499 367,647 128,821 103,115 3,500 105,451 12,222 720,756 -0- 720,756 Com. Dev. Engineering Com Dev. Public Works 207,596 73,099 1,082,200 5,200 239,217 27,718 1,635,030 -0- 1,635,030 Capital Projects -0-_ -0- _ -0- 3,734,041 631,049 73,122 4,438,212 -0- 4,438,212 Subtota1. Com. Dev. $1,187,649 $ 420,467 $1,271,517 $3,745,231 $1,136,520 $ 129,465 $ 7,890,849 $ 129,465 $ 7,761,384 Sheriff Administration $ 258,227 $ 20,304 $ 24,048 $ 7,913 $ 54,291 $ $ 364,783 $ 364,783 $ -0- 2,673,912 Sheriff Patrol 1,832,972 92,024 87,721 351,932 309,263 2,673,912 -0- Sheriff Investigation 315,222 24,1.98 21,886 63,176 55,520 480,002 -0- 480,002 Subtotal Sheriff $2,406,421 $ 20,304 $ 140,270 $ 117,520 $ 469,399 $ 364,783 $ 3,518,697 $ 364,783 $ 3,153,914 Com. Svcs. Administration $ 68,142 $ 21,705 $ 76,600 $ -0- $ 29,104 $ -0- $ 195,551 $ 195,551 $ -0- Com. Svcs. Recreation 100,645 14,088 5,775 -0- 21,071 29,039 170,618 -0- 170,618 Com. Svcs. Contract Rec. -0- -0- 76,778 5,775 14,435 19,888 116,876 -0- 116,876 Special Projects -U- -0- -0- 608,359 106,374 146,624 _ `161,357 -0- 861,357 Subtotal Com. Svcs. $ 168,787 $ 35,793 $ 159,153 $ 614,134 $ 170,984 $ 195,551 $ 1,344,402 $ 195,551 $ 1,148,851 TOTAL $4,094,261 $ 592,262 $2,391,116 $4,986,510 $1,776,903 $ 689,799 $14,530,851 $2,466,702 $12,064,149 Total Available $ 573,344 Program Costs $2,253,467 Difference $1,680,123 Sales Tax Distribution $1,680,123 GRAND TOTAL REVENUE DISTRIBUTION BY ACTIVITY 1982 - 19R3 COMMUNITY PUBLIC CO?!MUNITY CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT SAFETY SERVICES RESERVES $1,721,577 $2,048,480 $ 251,152 $ 110,000 432,500 82,553 453,562 57,613 GENERAL REVENUE SOURCE. GOVERNMENT Subtotal Brought Forward $ 478,044 Vehicle Code Fines Cas Tax (2106 6 2107) S.B. 325 Recreation Fees Revenue Sharing 131,914 Park Development Fees Systems Fees Beautification Fees $2,664,391 Storm Drain 333,705 F A U $2,470,356 Park Bond Act $ North Town (HUD) C.D.B.C. $ 0 T S $ -0- Landscape Maintenance District -0- (Industrial) Drianage District $ 106,384 Rancho Cucamonga Redevelopment Agency 95,300 Total Available $ 573,344 Program Costs $2,253,467 Difference $1,680,123 Sales Tax Distribution $1,680,123 GRAND TOTAL REVENUE DISTRIBUTION BY ACTIVITY 1982 - 19R3 COMMUNITY PUBLIC CO?!MUNITY CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT SAFETY SERVICES RESERVES $1,721,577 $2,048,480 $ 251,152 $ 110,000 432,500 82,553 453,562 57,613 52,349 120,368 131,914 $2,363,972 $2,664,391 $ 333,705 $ $2,470,356 $2,664,391 $ 333,705 $ $ 106,384 $ -0- $ -0- $ $ 106,384 $ -0- $ -0- $ AVAILABLE . COMMUNITY REVENUE REVENUE FROM GRAND IMPROVEMENTS 1982-1983 PRIOR YEARS TOTAL $ $ 4,354,797 $ 144,456 $ IlO,OnO 556,444 617,781 371,173 1,071,577 659,472 412,095 82,553 453,150 412 433,020 120,000 313,020 586,006 220,000 366,006 96,526 75,000 21,526 703,116 430,000 273,116 292,917 300,000 (7,083) 175,339 175,339 302,387 360,000 43,827 8,522 . 100,000 100,000 220,000 (99,632) 25,068 221,000 (68,718) $4,342,400 $ 8,542,919 $ 1,734,893 $ $4,342,400 $ $ $12,064,319 $ -0- $ $ $ -0- $ 1,786,507 $ $10,329,426 $ 1,734,893 $12,064,319 REVENUE DISTRIBUTION BY ACTIVITY 1982 - 1983 AVAILABLE GENERAL COMMUNITY PUBLIC COMMUNITY CAPIl1 T, COMMUNITY pFCrNUE REVENUE FROM GRAND REVENUE SOURCE GOVERNMENT DEVELOPMENT '���i)'.TY SERVICES RESERVES IMPROVEHENTS 1961-1983 PRIOR YEARS TOTAL $ $ $ 900,997 $ $ $ $ 900,997 $ $ property Tax 547,551 547,551 Franchises 78,026 78,026 Property Transfer 159,501 60,499 220,000 Business Licenses 400 400 Bicycle Licenses 18,000 Dog Licenses 18,000 305,000 305,000 Building Permits 550 550 Other Licenses 6 Permits 12,000 12,000 Cour[ Fines 186,000 186,000 Plan Check Fees 195,000 195,000 Planning Fees 400,000 400,000 Engineering Fees 915,548 915,548 Motor Vehicle In Lieu 32,605 Homeowners Property Tax 32,605 33,100 Business Inventory Property Tax 33,100 12,500 12,500 Trailer Coach Fees 145,000 145,000 Cigarette Tax 986 986 Off highway License Fees 231,536 248,920 336,000 144,456 Interest Sale of Printed Material. 10,000 10,000 .o Rents 6 Leases 803 2,232 3,035 2,499 Revenue Not Ohterwise Covered 2,499 Subtotal Carried Forward $ 478,044 $1,721,577 $2,048,480 $ 251,152 $ $ $4,354,797 $ 144,456 12 PROGRAM ANALYSIS SHERIFF 1982-1983 ITEM ADMIN. PATROL INVESTIGATION TOTAL Full -Time Salaries $ 190,400 $1,213,806 $ 213,895 Fringe Benefits 68,996 405,271 69,229 Part -Time Personnel -0- 30,375 -0- Overtime -0- 67,327 18,353 County Overhead 19,135 183,520 32,098 Subtotal Personnel $ 278,531 $1,832,972 $ 315,222 $2,426,725 Utilities $ 6,617 $ 18,196 $ 8,271 Office Supplies 3,080 9,239 3,080 Travel & Meetings 3,455 2,000 2,000 Contract Services 10,638 21,276 10,638 Crime Prevention -0- -0- -0- Dues 90 -0- -0- Helicopter -0- 40,881 -0- County Overhead 168 432 209 Subtotal Services $ 24,048 $ 92,024 $ 24,198 $ 140,270 Building Improvements $ 3,500 $ 5,000 $ -0- Equipment 1,563 14,990 4,883 Vehicles 2,850 67,160 17,003 Subtotal Capital Outlay $ 7,913 $ 87,721 $ 21,886 $ 117,520 Subtotal All Items $ 310,492 $2,012,717 $ 361,306 $2,684,515 General City Overhead $ 54,291 $ 351,932 $ 63,176 $ 469,399 Subtotal $ 364,783 $2,364,649 $ 424,482 $3,153,914 Departmental Overhead $ (364,783) $ 309,263 $ 55,520 -0- PROGRAM TOTAL $ -0- $2,673,912 $ 480,002 $3,153,914 Departmental Share 84.78% 15.22% 100% PROGRAM ANALYSIS COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT 1982-1983 BUILDING & PUBLIC ITEM ADMIN. PLANNING SAFETY ENGINEERING WORKS TOTAL Full -Time Salaries $ 73,050 $ 291,685 $ 233,499 $ 352,627 $ 200,096 $ Part -Time Personnel -0- 13,634 -0- 10,020 1,500 Personnel Overhead 26,687 106,558 85,302 128,821 73,099 Overtime 538 -0- -0- 5,000 6,000 Subtotal Personnel $ 100,275 $ 411,877 $ 318,801 $ 496,468 $ 280,695 $1,608,116 Utilities $ -0- $ -0- $ -0- $ -0- $ 60,000 Legal Advertising -0- 3,000 -0- 500 -0- Printing & Publications 450 25,000 3,000 2,500 -0- Office Supplies 300 8,000 600 2,000 -0- Travel & Meetings 4,000 6,000 1,600 1,800 -0- Mileage Allowance 3,280 3,650 2,400 250 200 o Contract Services 540 5,000 -0- 95,000 465,000 Plan Check -0- -0- 12,000 -0- -0- Office Equip. Maintenance 100 300 300 500 -0- Materials & Supply -0- -0- -0- -0- 123,800 Dues 862 500 320 565 200 Strong Motion -0- -0- 5,000 -0- -0- Street Lights -0- -0- -0- -0- 425,000 Uniforms -0- -0- -0- -0- 3,000 Subtotal Services $ 9,532 $ 51,450 $ 25,220 $ 103,115 $1,082,200 $1,271,517 Building Improvements $ -0- $ -0- $ -0- $ -0- $ 1,200 Equipment 390 1,700 400 3,500 4,000 Vehicles -0- -0- -0- -0- -0- Subtotal Capital Equip. $ 390 $ 1,700 $ 400 $ 3,500 $ 5,200 $ 11,190 Subtotals Carried Forward $ 110,197 $ 465,027 $ 344,421 $ 603,083 $1,368,095 $2,890,823 ITEM Subtotals Brought Forward SPECIAL PROJECTS Assessment District Street Maintenance & Projects Storm Drains Block Grant Park Development 00 Subtotal Special Projects a Subtotal All Items General City Overhead Subtotal Department Overhead PROGRAM TOTAL Departmental Share PROGRAM ANALYSIS COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT 1982-1983 ADMIN. PLANNING $ 110,197 $ 465,027 $ 110,197 $ 19,268 $ 129,465 $ (129,465) $ -0- $ 465,027 $ 81,312 $ 546,339 $ 9,425 $ 555,764 7.16% BUILDING & SAFETY $ 344,421 $ 344,421 $ 60,223 $ 404,644 $ 6,978 $ 411,622 5.30% ENGINEERING $ 603,083 $ 603,083 $ 105,451 $ 708,534 $ 12,222 $ 720,756 9.29% PUBLIC WORKS $1,368,095 125,068 2,603,470 703,116 302,387 60.000 $3,734,041 $5,102,136 $ 870,266 $5,972,402 $ 100,840 $6,073,242 78.25% TOTAL $2,890,823 Zl},/J4,V41 $6,624,864 $1,136,520 $7,761,384 $ -0- $7,761,384 100% 8 PROGRAM ANALYSIS COMMUNITY SERVICES 1982-1983 CONTRACT SPECIAL ITEM ADMIN. RECREATION RECREATION PROJECTS TOTAL Full -Time Salaries $ 59,414 $ 38,564 Part -Time Personnel 8,728 62,081 Personnel Overhead 21,705 14,088 Overtime -0- -0- Subtotal $ 89,847 $ 114,733 $ -0- $ -0- $ 204,580 Legal Advertising $ 200 $ $ Utilities 30,000 Printing & Publications 7,400 Office Supplies 1,250 Travel & Meetings 1,350 200 Mileage Allowance 2,500 100 Contract Services 10,000 64,262 Office Equip. Maint. 150 Bldg. Maint. & Supplies 23,500 Uniforms -0- -0- Dues 250 -0- Special Dept. Expense -0- 5,475 12,516 Subtotal Services $ 76,600 $ 5,775 $ 76,778 $ -0- $ 159,153 Building Improvements $ -0- $ -0- $ 5,775 Equipment -0- -0- _ -0- Subtotal Capital $ -0- $ -0- $ 5,775 $ -0- $ 5,775 Park Development Programs $ 608,359 $ 608,359 Subtotal Development $ -O- $ -0- $ -0- $ 608,359 $ 608,359 Subtotal All Items $ 166,447 $ 120,508 $ 82,553 $ 608,359 $ 977,867 General City Overhead $ 29,104 $ 21,071 $ 14,435 $ 106,374 $ 170,984 Subtotal Costs $ 195,551 $ 141,579 $ 96,988 $ 714,733 $1,148,851 Departmental Overhead $ (195,551) $ 29,039 $ 19,888 $ 146,624 $ -0- PROGRAM TOTAL $ -0- $ 170,618 $ 116,876 $ 861,357 $1,148,851 Departmental Share -0- 14.85% 10.17% 74.98% 100% I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 SPECIAL FUNDS 1 1 H 1 1 1 1 FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT TRAFFIC SAFETY PUBLIC SAFETY TRAFFIC SAFETY 02 Capital Outlay 1981-82 PROPOSED I APPROVED CLASSIFICATION BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET Salaries Service and Supplies $ 96,500 $ 95,000 $ 110,000 Capital Outlay PROGRAM TOTAL $ 96,500 $ 95,000 $ 110,000 0 0 0 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. CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 100 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 FUND FUN DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT TYOSTREETS.MAINTENANCE GAS TAX & REPAIR ENGINEERING/PUBLIC WORKS 05 1981-82 PROPOSED APPROVED BUDG i BUDGET BUDGET Amount Available for Community Projects 1 $ 416,693 1 $ 556,444 1 $ 556,444 GASOLINE TAXES Authority: Sections 2106, 2107, and 2107.5 of the Streets and Highways Code (allocation of revenues) Administering Agency: State Controller Description: Cities are allocated a share of the revenues derived from the State taxes on gasoline. Under section 2106, cities and counties are allocated an amount equivalent to a $0.0104 per gallon tax. Each city receives a fixed apportionment of $400 per month plus an additional per capita amount which varies from county to county. Under section 2107, cities and counties are allocated an amount equivalent to a $0.00725 per gallon gasoline tax. Each city receives a monthly share of the revenues on a per capita basis, plus additional monies if the city spent in excess of $5,000 during the preceding year for snow removal. Under section 2107.5, cities receive a fixed annual amount based on population, ranging from $1,000 for cities of udner 5,000 population to $20,000 for cities with populations over 500,000. SB 215 (Chapter 541, Statutes of 1981) creates additional transportation revenues for cities. SB 215 contains four provisions of particular interest to cities. 1. Effective January 1, 1983, the gasoline tax will be raised from 7C to 90 per gallon. Cities and counties will receive 1� of this increase, est- imated to produce $707 million in additional transportation revenues to local government between 1983-84 and 1986-87. 2. Voters in any county may vote to increase the gasoline tax in 1C per gallon increments if a proposition is submitted by the Board of Supervisors and approved by a majority of city councils representing a majority of the population in the county, and if there is a written agreement for allocation of the funds among cities and the county. 3. SB 215 redirects the portion of the sales tax on gasoline previously going into the State General Fund to transportation funds. This is done gradually over a six year period until 1986-87 when no gasoline sales tax will go into the State General Fund. One half of the sales tax on gasoline available for transportation will go to the State Highway Account and one half will go to local transportation planning agencies for allocation to transit operators and/or cities and counties for streets and roads. 4. Cities will receive a one-time appropriation from the State Highway Account of $59 million in 1982-83. Use of Revenues: Restricted to the construction, improvement and maintenance of public streets. Section 2107.5 funds are restricted to engineering cost and administrative expenses in respect to city streets. 1rn FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT FUND REVENUE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT SHARES SHARING REVENUE WITH LOCAL GOVERN. PUBLIC SAFETY 01-40 1981-82 PROPOSED APPROVED BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET A $ 396,274 $ 453,150 $ 143,150 Amount available from E.P. 14 Federal Revenue Sharing Authority: Title I of the State and Local Fiscal Assistance Act of 1972, as amended in 1976 and 1980. Administering Agency: Federal Office of Revenue Sharing, under the Office of the Secretary of the Treasury. Description: In 1972, Congress established the General Revenue Sharing Program, which was designed as a way of sharing federal revenues with state and local governments. The program was amended in 1976, and again in 1980 when states were excluded from the program. General Revenue Sharing is an "entitlement" program, which means that no application is necessary to receive the funds. Cities receive these funds according to a formula based on population, per capita income, local taxing effort, and intergovernmental transfers. Recipient governments must hold two public hearings concerning revenue sharing funds prior to adopting their budget. Two related reports must be submitted, one to the Office of Revenue Sharing prior to receiving funds certifying that the funds will be spent in accordance with the law, and the other to the Bureau of the Census reporting how funds were actually spent. Use of Revenues: Unrestricted, except that funds may not be used to support lobbying activities intended to influence legislation regarding the Revenue Sharing Act. Yield and Growth: of Total Statewide % Increase(Decrease) Yield Municipal Revenues Over Previous Year FY 1975-76 $ 190,877,521 04% -- FY 1976-77 210,064,764 04% 10% FY 1977-78 219,800,214 03% 04% FY 1978-79 227,351,292 03% 03% FY 1979-80 236,695,093 03% 04% 102 FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT PARK PARK ACQUISITION DEVELOPMENT & DEVELOPMENT COMMUNITY SERIVCES 41-50 1981-82 PROPOSED APPROVED BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET Amount Available for Park Development 1 $ 120,000 I $ 433,020 I $ 433,020 Residential Park Development Fees (Quimby Act; Parkland Dedication In Lieu Fees) Authority: Section 66477 of the Government Code Administering Agency: City Description: The Quimby Act of 1965 authorizes cities to require from a subdivider the dedication of land, the payment of fees in lieu thereof, or a combination of both, for park or recreational purposes as a condition to the approval of a sub- division map. To impose these requirements, the city must have adopted a general plan containing a recreational element, and any park or recreational facility developed under this act must be in accordance with the recreational element. Also the amount and location of the land to be dedicated or the fees to be paid must bear a reasonable relationship to the use of the park and recreational facilities by the future inhabitants of the subdivision. The city must adopt a formula for determining the amount of land to be dedicated or fees to be paid. Cities generally base the fee on the area of the dwelling, the value of the dwelling, a flat rate basis, or the market value of the land that would otherwise be dedicated. In subdivisions containing 50 parcels or less, only the payment in -lieu fees may be required. Exempt from this are industrial subdivisions, subdivisions of less than five acres and not used for residential purposes, or condominium projects in existing apartment buildings which are more than five years old when no new dwelling units are added. Over one-third of the cities in Califronia have enacted a residential park develop- ment tax. Revenues for the purpose of developing residential parks are also often generated through the adoption of a building development tax. Use of Revenues: All land dedicated or fees paid in lieu thereof must be used only for the purpose of providing park or recreational facilities to serve the subdivision. Any fees collected must be committed within five years after either the payment of such fees or the issuance of building permits on one-half of the lots created by the subdivision, whichever occurs later. FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT DRAINAGE FACILITIES DRAINAGE DEVELOPMENT ENGINEERING/PUBLIC WORKS 45 1981-82 PROPOSED APPROVED BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET Amount Available for Community Projects I $ 430,000 I $ 703,116 I $ 703,116 Drainage and Sewer Facility Construction Fees Authority: Section 66483 of the Government Code Administering Agency: City Description: Cities are authorized to require a subdivider to pay a fee for purposes of defraying the actual or estimated costs of constructing planned drainage or sewer facilities in the area of the subdivision. The ordinance requiring this fee must have been in effect at least 30 days prior to the filing of the tentative map or the parcel map if no tentative map is required. The ordinance must refer to a local drainage or sewer plan adopted for a particular area which includes an est- imate of the costs of constructing the facilities required by the plan. This plan must be in confromance with any existing countywide or district general drainage or sewer plan. The fees must be apportioned within the planned local drainage or sewer area either on the basis of benefits conferred on property proposed for sub- division or on the need for such facilities created by the proposed subdivision and development of other property within such areas. However, the fee for any property proposed for subdivision within such an area may not exceed the properties pro rata share of the costs of the facilities if the fee were apportioned uniformly on a per -acre basis. Use of Revenues: These fees must be paid to the agencies which provide drainage or sewer facilities and deposited by such agencies into a "planned local drainage facilities fund" and/or a "planned local sanitary sewer fund," respectively. These funds may be used only for the construction or reimbursement for construction for construction of local drainage or sewer facilities within the area from which the fees comprising the fund were collected, or to reimburse the local agency for the cost of engineering and administrative services to form the district and design and consturct the facilities. After completion of the facilities, any surplus from these funds must either be transferred to the general fund and used solely for the operation and maintenance of the facilities for which the fees were collected (provided that this transfer does not exceed five percent of the total amount expended from the particular fund), used for the construction of additional or modified facilities within the particular drainage or sewer area, and/or refunded according to the provisions of the Government Code. 104 FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT GRANTS PUBLIC IMPROVEMENTS VARIOUS 47 1981-82 PROPOSED APPROVED BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET Amount available for Community Programs $ 439,742 $ 477,726 $ 477,726 Grants involve a transfer of funds from another agency, generally another governmental agency, to a city. Grants are generally of two types, categorical and general. Categorical grants are designed to meet specific needs, such as sewage, disposal of water system improvements, and often require cities to provide matching funds. General grants have little restriction on their use and may be used by a city for nearly any legitimate service or function. Cities receive grants from the federal, state, and county governments. Federal grants are of three types, general revenue sharing, block grants, and categorical grants. General revenue sharing funds are granted to cities according to a formula, require no application, and may be used for nearly any municipal purpose (see section on federal revenue sharing). Block grants are also allocated according to a formula, but have to be applied for and must be used within a broad functional area such as community development. Categorical grants are the most prevalent form of federal aid. The two most common types of categorical grants are formula grants, which are allocated to qualifying applicants according to a formula, and project grants, whereby applicants "compete" for funds through the application process. As discussed previously, the state shares with cities the revenues from certain state taxes, such as cigarette taxes. The state also distributes other grants to cities. Restrictions on the use of these state grant funds vary depending upon the grant. Often cities will also receive grants from their respective county, These grants are a less important but still very significant source of revenue for cities. County grants are frequently either grants of gasoline tax revenues to support transportation programs or grants to support libraries within a city. Yield and Growth: Federal Grants (excluding general revenue sharing) of Total Statewide % Increase(Decrease) Yield Municipal Revenues Over Previous Year FY 1975-76 $ 470,094,834 10% -- FY 1976-77 593,958,907 11% 26% FY 1977-78 972,233,548 16% 63% FY 1978-79 936,541,486 15% (04%) FY 1979-80 834,877,846 12% (11%) 105 FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT ASSESSMENT COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENTS PUBLIC WORKS/ENGINEERING 48-49 1981-82 PROPOSED APPROVED BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET Amount Available for Community Projects I $ -0- I $8,500,000 I $8,500,000 ± SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS Authority: Article XVI, Section 19 of the California Constitution; Sections 4000 et seq. (Street Opening Act of 1903), 5000 et seq. (Improvement Act of 1911), 10000 et seq. (Municipal Improvement Act of 1913), 11000 et seq. (Pedestrian Mall Law of 1960), 18600 et seq. (Municipal Lighting Maintenance District Act of 1927), 22000 et seq. (Tree Planting Act of 1931), Section 22500 et seq. (Landscape and Lighting Act of 1972), 31500 et seq. (Vehicle Parking District Law of 1943), Section 35100 et seq. (Parking District Law of 1951), and 36500 et seq. (Parking and Business Improve- ment Area Law of 1979) of the Streets and Highways Code; Section 38000 (Park and Playground Act of 1909) of the Government Code. Administering Agency: City Description: A special assessment is a charge levied on a property owner to finance a public improvement which will specially benefit the assessed property. The special benefit must be different than the general benefit that the city as a whole receives from the improvement. Special assessments differ from taxes in that taxes may be levied for any lawful purpose of government, and there need not be any direct relation between the amount of tax paid and the benefit received by the taxpayer. For the purpose of administering special assessments, an improvement district or a special assessment district is established. Such a district is a defined area of land which will be specially benefited by the acquisition and construction of a public improvement. The State Constitution authorizes charter cities to impose special assessments for public improvements according to the provisions of their own charters. General law cities may only impose a special assessment when given express satutory authority. Over the years, a number of such special assessment laws have been enacted. The most commonly used law is the Improvement Act of 1911. Other frequently used acts are the Street Opening Act of 1903, the Municipal Improvement Act of 1913, and the Vehicle Parking District Law of 1943. Together, these and other laws authorize special assessments for such purposes as the acquisition or construction of sidewalks, curbs, street pavement, easements, landscaping, parks, parking lots, sewers, water systems, and other street improvements. Procedures by which a city council may impose a special assessment vary depending upon which law is utilized. Most of the special assessment acts include a protest provision whereby the council is barred from imposing a special assessment if a majority of the property owners to be assessed file a written protest. While most of the special assessment acts authorize assessments for the acquisition of lands or the construction of improvements, several also provide for the creation of maintenance districts to finance the maintenance of public improvements. Typically maintenance districts have been used for sewer and street lighting facilities. The 1911 Act authorizes the creation of a maintenance district for the purpose of main- inc 1 1 Sepcial Assessments page 2 taining and operating any improvements authorized by the 1911 Act proceedings or 1 subsequent thereto. The following acts all allow assessments for the cost of operating, repairing, and replacing street lights: the Street Lighting Act of 1919; the Street Lighting Act of 1931; the Municipal Lighting Maintenance District Act 1 of 1927; and the Landscape and Lighting Act of 1972. Special assessments are not subject to the provisions of Proposition 13, and thus a 1 two-thirds voter approval is not required for a special assessment to be imposed. Also, special assessments are not included within the appropriations limitations of Proposition 4. 1 Use of Revenues: Revenues must be used to finance the improvement for which the assessment was made, generally in retiring bonds sold to finance the improvement. 1 SUBDIVISION MAP ACT REQUIREMENTS The Subdivision Map Act (Government Code section 66410 et seq.) among other things 1 authorizes cities to require that a subdivider dedicate land or pay a fee in lieu thereof for park or recreational purposes (section 66477) and to require that a subdivider pay a fee to defray the cost of constructing drainage and sewer facilities (section 66483). 1 1 1 J 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 107 I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 SPENDING LIMITATION 1 1 ANALYSIS 1 C 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 SPENDING LIMITATION CALCULATION 1982 - 1983 Spending Limitation for 1981-1982 $8,242,878* Factors for determining 1982-83 Spending Limitation Population = 4.29% C.P.I. = 6.79% Ratio of Change = 1.0429 x 1.0679 = 1.1137% Convert to a Percentage = (1.1137 x 100) - 100 = 11.37% Spending Limitation Calculation for 1982 - 1983 Spending Limitation for 1982-83 = $8,242,878 Ratio % Population to % C.P.I. = 11.37% 8,242,878 x 111.37% _ $9,180,093 Spending Limitation for 1982 - 1983 = $9,180,093 * See 1981-1982 Budget for Calculations to this point. 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) 1980-1981 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) 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) C x K = L: (1.53) (1.145) = 1.752 (L) Convert to a percent: (1.752 x 100) - 100 = 75.2% Cumulative Growth Rate Over.1978-1979 Appropriations 4,704,839 x 175.2 = 8,242,878 109 I 1 1 1 F 1 1 REDEVELOPMENT 1 1 AGENCY 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 Chairman Executive Director/ Secretary Treasurer Legal Council f RANCHO CUCAMONGA REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY established May 20, 1981 GOVERNING BOARD Jon D. Mikels Charles J. Buquet II ' James C. Frost Phillip D. Schlosser Richard M. Dahl OTHER OFFICIALS Lauren M. Wasserman ' Harry J. Empey ' John Brown f 1 110 Chairman Executive Director/ Secretary Treasurer Legal Council r r r M m m m m m BUDGET SUMMARY RANCHO CUCAMONGA REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY 1982-83 ' ESTIMATED REVENUE Increment 1982-83 $614,000.00 ' Total increment $614,000.00 ' ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES Operational $189,500.00 Capital Outlay 23,500.00 ' Capital Projects 280,000.00 Debt Retirement 50,000.00 ' $543,000.00 ' OBTAINABLE HOUSING @ 20% of increment $123,000.00 ' TOTAL $666,000.00 ' Estimated Revenue Over/(Under) (52,000.00) AVAILABLE CARRY OVER FROM 1981-82 52,000.00 ' ESTIMATED FUND BALANCE 6-30-83 -0- ' 112 RANCHO CUCAMONGA REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY 1982-83 SALARIES Services provided by City Staff to the Agency OPERATIONAL ITEMS Legal Services $32,000.00 Other Professional Services (consulting, engineering) 25,000.00 Audit Services 3,500.00 Printing & Publications 16,000.00 Office Supplies 6,000.00 Travel and Meetings 2,000.00 Total Operational Items CAPITAL OUTLAY Photographic Lens Slide Projector Drawing Equipment Portable P. A File Cabinets Share cost of computer system Total Capital Outlay Total Operating Expenses for 1982-83 113 $1052000.0( $ 84,500.00 $ 23,500.00 $213,000.00 RANCHO CUCAMONGA REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY 1982-83 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS Preliminary Engineering Study for I-15, Foothill Blvd. interchange $ 30,000.00 Civic Center off-site improvements to be coordinated with San Bernardino County 250,000.00 Total Capital Improvements OTHER COST ITEMS Debt Retirement $ 50,000.00 $280,000.00 Reserve for Obtainable Housing Fund 123,000.00 Total Other Cost Items $173,000.00 114 i i I 1 1 1 PROGRAM COST 1 1 ANALYSIS 1 I 1 1 1 D 1 PROGRAM COST SUMMARY 1982-1983 SALARIES FRINGE SERVICES CAPITAL GENERAL DEPARTMENTAL CROSS LESS: NET PROGRAMS 6 WAGES BENEFITS 6 SUPPLIES OUTLAY OVERHEAD OVERHEAD TOTAL TRANSFERS TOTAL City Council $ 12,000 $ -0- $ 10,480 $ -0- $ $ $ 22,480 $ $ City Manager/City Clerk 160,587 58,227 60,430 1,350 280,594 Finance/City Treasurer 158,817 54,471 62,578 8,308 287,174 Civic Center -0- -0- 209,346 4J .1,15 250,461 Insurance -0- -0- 133,131 -0- 133,131 Intra -Governmental Svc. -0- -0- 220,937 6,000 226,937 Other Overhead -0- 123,274 452,852 576,126 Subtotal General Overhead $ 331,404 $ 115,698 $ 820,176 $ 509,625 $ $ $ 1,776,903 $1,776,903 $ -0- Com. Dev. Administration $ 73,588 $ 26,687 $ 9,532 $ 390 $ 19,268 $ $ 129,465 $ 129,465 $ -0- Com. Dev. Planning 305,319 106,558 51,450 1,700 81,312 9,425 - 555,764 -0- 555,764 Com. Dev, Buildiog 6 Safety 233,499 85,302 25,220 400 60,223 6,978 411,622 -0- 411,622 Com. Dev. Engineering 367,647 128,821 103,115 3,500 105,451 12,222 720,756 -0- 720,756 Com Dev. Public Works 207,596 73,099 1,082,200 5,200 239,217 27,718 -1,635,030 -0- 1,635,030 Capital Projects -0-_ -0- _ -0- 3,734,041 631,049 73,122 4,438,212 -0- 4,438,212 Subtotal Com. Dev. $1,187,649 $ 420,467 $1,271,517 $3,745,231 $1,136,520 $ 129,465 $ 7,890,849 $ 129,465 $ 7,761,384 Sheriff Administration $ 258,227 $ 20,304 $ 24,048 $ 7,913 $ 54,291 $ $ 364,783 $ 364,783 $ -0- Sheriff Patrol 1,832,972 92,024 87,721 351,932 309,263 2,673,912 -0- 2,673,912 Sheriff Investigation 315,222 24,198 21,886 63,176 55,520 480,002 -0- 480.002 Subtotal Sheriff $2,406,421 $ 20,304 $ 140,270 $ 117,520 $ 469,399 $ 364,783 $ 3,518,697 $ 364,783 $ 3,153,914 Com. Svcs. Administration $ 68,142 $ 21,705 $ 76,600 $ -0- $ 29,104 $ -0- $ 195,551 $ 195,551 $ -0- Com. Svcs. Recreation 100,645 14,088 5,775 -0- 21,071 29,039 170,618 -0- 170,618 Com. Svcs. Contract Rec. -0- -0- 76,778 5,775 14,435 19,888 116,876 -0- 116,876 Special Projects -0- -0- -0- 608,359 106,374 146,624 _ 861,357 -0- 861,357 Subtotal Com. Svcs. $ 168,787 $ 35,793 $ 159,153 $ 614,134 $ 170,984 $ 195,551 $ 1,344,402 $ 195,551 $ 1,148,851 TOTAL $4,094,261 $ 592,262 $2,391,116 $4,986,510 $1,776,903 $ 689,799 $14,530,851 $2,466,702 $12,064,149 REVENUE DISTRIBUTION BY ACTIVITY 1982 - 1983 AVAILABLE COMMUNITY REVENUE REVENUE FROM GRAND IMPROVEMENTS 1982-1983 PRIOR YEARS TOTAL $ $ 4,354,797 $ 144,456 $ 110,000 556,444 617,781 371,173 1,071,577 659,472 412,095 82,553 453,150 412 433,020 120,000 313,020 586,006 220,000 366,006 96,526 75,000 21,526 703,116 430,000 273,116 292,917 300,000 (7,083) 175,339 175,339 302,387 360,000 43,827 8,522 100,000 100,000 220,000 (99,632) 25,068 221,000 (68,718) $4,342,400 $ 8,542,919 $ 1,734,893 $ $4,342,400 $ $ $12,064,319 $ -0- $ $ $ -0- $ 1,786,507 $ $10,329,426 $ 1,734,893 $12,064,319 M M M M M M M M M M M GENERAL COMMUNITY PUBLIC CO?DIUNITY CAPITAL REVENUE SOURCE GOVERNMENT DEVELOPMENT SAFETY SERVICES RESERVES Subtotal Brought Forward $ 478,044 $1,721,577 $2,048,480 $ 251,152 $ Vehicle Code Fines 110,000 Gas Tax (2106 d 2107) 432,500 S.B. 325 Recreation Fees 82,553 Revenue Sharing 453,562 Park Development Fees Systems Fees Beautification Fees Storm Drain F A U Park Bond Act North Town (HUD) C.D.B.G. 57,613 0 T S 52,349 Landscape Maintenance District (Industrial) Drianage District 120,368 Rancho Cucamonga Redevelopment Agency 95,300 131,914 Total Available $ 573,344 $2,363,972 $2,664,391 $ 333,705 $ r Program Costs $2,253,467 - $2,470,356 $2,664,391 $ 333,705 $ Difference $1,680,123 $ 106,384 $ -0- $ -0- $ Sales Tax Distribution $1,680,123 $ 106,384 $ -0- $ -0- $ GRAND TOTAL AVAILABLE COMMUNITY REVENUE REVENUE FROM GRAND IMPROVEMENTS 1982-1983 PRIOR YEARS TOTAL $ $ 4,354,797 $ 144,456 $ 110,000 556,444 617,781 371,173 1,071,577 659,472 412,095 82,553 453,150 412 433,020 120,000 313,020 586,006 220,000 366,006 96,526 75,000 21,526 703,116 430,000 273,116 292,917 300,000 (7,083) 175,339 175,339 302,387 360,000 43,827 8,522 100,000 100,000 220,000 (99,632) 25,068 221,000 (68,718) $4,342,400 $ 8,542,919 $ 1,734,893 $ $4,342,400 $ $ $12,064,319 $ -0- $ $ $ -0- $ 1,786,507 $ $10,329,426 $ 1,734,893 $12,064,319 M M M M M M M M M M M REVENUE SOURCE Property Tax Franchises Property Transfer Business Licenses Bicycle Licenses Dog Licenses Building Permits Other Licenses 6 Permits Court Fines Plan Check Fees Planning Fees F.n Rineering Fees itotor Vehicle In Lieu Homeowners Property Tax Business Inventory Property Tax Trailer Coach Fees Cigarette Tax Off Highway License Fees Interest Sale of Printed Materia]. Rents 6 Leases Revenue Not Ohterwlse Covered Subtotal Carried Forward REVENUE DISTRIBUTION BY ACTIVITY 1982 - 1983 AVAILABLE GENERAL COMMUNITY PUBLIC COMMUNTTY CAPI'I+J. COMMUNITY PrCFNUE REVENUE FROM GRAND GOVERNMENT DEVELOPMENT 1!TY SERVICES RESERVES IMPROVEMENTS 1981-1983 PRIOR YEARS TOTAL $ $ $ 900,997 $ $ $ $ 900,997 $ $ 547,551 547,551 78,026 78,026 159,501 60,499 220,000 400 400 18,000 18,000 305,000 305,000 550 550 12,000 12,000 186,000 186,000 195,000 195,000 400,000 400,000 915,548 915,548 32,605 32,605 33,100 33,100 12,500 12,500 145,000 145,000 986 986 231,536 248,920 336,000 144,456 10,000 10,000 803 2,232 3,035 2,499 2,499 $ 478,044 $1,721,577 $2,048,480 $ 251,152 $ $ $4,354,797 $ 144,456 PROGRAM ANALYSIS SHERIFF 1982-1983 ITEM ADMIN. PATROL INVESTIGATION TOTAL Full -Time Salaries $ 190,400 $1,213,806 $ 213,895 Fringe Benefits 68,996 405,271 69,229 Part -Time Personnel -0- 30,375 -0- Overtime -0- 67,327 18,353 County Overhead 19,135 183,520 32,098 Subtotal Personnel $ 278,531 $1,832,972 $ 315,222 $2,426,725 Utilities $ 6,617 $ 18,196 $ 8,271 Office Supplies 3,080 9,239 3,080 Travel & Meetings 3,455 2,000 2,000 Contract Services 10,638 21,276 10,638 Crime Prevention -0- -0- -0- Dues 90 -0- -0- Helicopter -0- 40,881 -0- County Overhead 168 432 209 Subtotal Services $ 24,048 $ 92,024 $ 24,198 $ 140,270 Building Improvements $ 3,500 $ 5,000 $ -0- Equipment 1,563 14,990 4,883 Vehicles 2,850 67,160 17,003 Subtotal Capital Outlay $ 7,913 $ 87,721 $ 21,886 $ 117,520 Subtotal All Items $ 310,492 $2,012,717 $ 361,306 $2,684,515 General City Overhead $ 54,291 $ 351,932 $ 63,176 $ 469,399 Subtotal $ 364,783 $2,364,649 $ 424,482 $3,153,914 Departmental Overhead $ (364,783) $ 309,263 $ 55,520 -0- PROGRAM TOTAL $ -0- $2,673,912 $ 480,002 $3,153,914 Departmental Share 84.78% 15.22% 100% PROGRAM ANALYSIS COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT 1982-1983 BUILDING & PUBLIC ITEM ADMIN. PLANNING SAFETY ENGINEERING WORKS TOTAL Full -Time Salaries $ 73,050 $ 291,685 $ 233,499 $ 352,627 $ 200,096 $ Part -Time Personnel -0- 13,634 -0- 10,020 1,500 Personnel Overhead 26,687 106,558 85,302 128,821 73,099 Overtime 538 -0- -0- 5,000 6,000 Subtotal Personnel $ 100,275 $ 411,877 $ 318,801 $ 496,468 $ 280,695 $1,608,116 Utilities $ -0- $ -0- $ -0- $ -0- $ 60,000 Legal Advertising -0- 3,000 -0- 500 -0- Printing & Publications 450 25,000 3,000 2,500 -0- Office Supplies 300 8,000 600 2,000 -0- Travel & Meetings 4,000 6,000 1,600 1,800 -0- Mileage Allowance 3,280 3,650 2,400 250 200 Contract Services 540 5,000 -0- 95,000 465,000 Plan Check -0- -0- 12,000 -0- -0- Office Equip. Maintenance 100 300 300 500 -0- Materials & Supply -0- -0- -0- -0- 123,800 Dues 862 500 320 565 200 Strong Motion -0- -0- 5,000 -0- -0- Street Lights -0- -0- -0- -0- 425,000 Uniforms -0- -0- -0- -0- 3,000 Subtotal Services $ 9,532 $ 51,450 $ 25,220 $ 103,115 $1,082,200 $1,271,517 Building Improvements $ -0- $ -0- $ -0- $ -0- $ 1,200 Equipment 390 1,700 400 3,500 4,000 Vehicles -0- -0- -0- -0- -0- Subtotal Capital Equip. $ 390 $ 1,700 $ 400 $ 3,500 $ 5,200 $ 11,190 Subtotals Carried Forward $ 110,197 $ 465,027 $ 344,421 $ 603,083 $1,368,095 $2,890,823 ITEM Subtotals Brought Forward SPECIAL PROJECTS Assessment District Street Maintenance & Projects Storm Drains Block Grant Park Development Subtotal Special Projects co 00 Subtotal All Items General City Overhead Subtotal Department Overhead PROGRAM TOTAL Departmental Share PROGRAM ANALYSIS COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT 1982-1983 BUILDING & ADMIN. PLANNING SAFETY $ 110,197 $ 465,027 $ 344,421 $ 110,197 $ 19,268 $ 129,465 $ (129,465) $ -0- $ 465,027 $ 81,312 $ 546,339 $ 9,425 $ 555,764 7.16% $ 344,421 $ 60,223 $ 404,644 $ 6,978 S C,11 _622 5.30% PUBLIC ENGINEERING WORKS TOTAL $ 603,083 $1,368,095 $2,890,823 125,068 2,603,470 703,116 302,387 60,000 $3,734,041 $3,734,041 $ 603,083 $5,102,136 $6,624,864 $ 105,451 $ 870,266 $1,136,520 $ 708,534 $5,972,402 $7,761,384 $ 12,222 $ 100,840 $ -0- $ 720,756 $6,073,242 $7,761,384 9.29% 78.25% 100% 9 ITEM Full -Time Salaries Part -Time Personnel Personnel Overhead Overtime Subtotal Legal Advertising Utilities Printing & Publications Office Supplies Travel & Meetings Mileage Allowance Contract Services Office Equip. Maint. Bldg. Maint. & Supplies Uniforms Dues Special Dept. Expense Subtotal Services Building Improvements Equipment Subtotal Capital Park Development Programs Subtotal Development Subtotal All Items General City Overhead Subtotal Costs Departmental Overhead PROGRAM TOTAL Departmental Share ADMIN. $ 59,414 8,728 21,705 -0- $ 89,847 $ 200 30,000 7,400 1,250 1,350 2,500 10,000 150 23,500 -0- 250 -0- $ 76,600 $ -0- A $ 166,447 $ 29,104 $ 195,551 $ (195,551) $ -0- $ -0- 14.85% PROGRAM ANALYSIS COMMUNITY SERVICES 1982-1983 RECREATION $ 38,564 62,081 14,088 A $ 114,733 200 100 -0- -0- 5,475 $ 5,775 $ -0- -0- $ -0- $ 120,508 $ 21,071 $ 141,579 $ 29,039 $ 170,618 14.85% -0- CONTRACT SPECIAL RECREATION PROJECTS TOTAL $ -0- $ -0- $ 204,580 64,262 12,516 $ 76,778 $ -0- $ 159,153 $ 5,775 -0- $ 5,775 $ -0- $ 5,775 $ 608,359 $ 608,359 $ -0- $ 608,359 $ 608,359 $ 82,553 $ 608,359 $ 977,867 $ 14,435 $ 106,374 $ 170,984 $ 96,988 $ 714,733 $1,148,851 $ 19,888 $ 146,624 $ -0- $ 116,876 $ 861,357 $1,148,851 10.17% 74.98Y 100% I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 SPECIAL FUNDS 0 0 P 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 F FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT TRAFFIC SAFETY PUBLIC SAFETY TRAFFIC SAFETY 02 Capital Outlay 1981-82 PROPOSED I APPROVED CLASSIFICATION BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET Salaries Service and Supplies $ 96,500 $ 95,000 $ 110,000 Capital Outlay PROGRAM TOTAL $ 96,500 $ 95,000 $ 110,000 0 0 0 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. CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 100 I 1 I 1 1 1 1 FUND FUNCTTIOSTREETS DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT CITY MAINTENANCE GAS TAX & REPAIR ENGINEERING/PUBLIC WORKS 05 1981-82 PROPOSED APPROVED BUDGET I BUDGET BUDGET Amount Available for Community Projects 1 $ 416,693 1 $ 556,444 1 $ 556,444 GASOLINE TAXES Authority: Sections 2106, 2107, and 2107.5 of the Streets and Highways Code (allocation of revenues) Administering Agency: State Controller Description: Cities are allocated a share of the revenues derived from the State taxes on gasoline. Under section 2106, cities and counties are allocated an amount equivalent to a $0.0104 per gallon tax. Each city receives a fixed apportionment of $400 per month plus an additional per capita amount which varies from county to county. Under section 2107, cities and counties are allocated an amount equivalent to a $0.00725 per gallon gasoline tax. Each city receives a monthly share of the revenues on a per capita basis, plus additional monies if the city spent in excess of $5,000 during the preceding year for snow removal. Under section 2107.5, cities receive a fixed annual amount based on population, ranging from $1,000 for cities of udner 5,000 population to $20,000 for cities with populations over 500,000. SB 215 (Chapter 541, Statutes of 1981) creates additional transportation revenues for cities. SB 215 contains four provisions of particular interest to cities. 1. Effective January 1, 1983, the gasoline tax will be raised from 7( to 9C per gallon. Cities and counties will receive 1( of this increase, est- imated to produce $707 million in additional transportation revenues to local government between 1983-84 and 1986-87. 2. Voters in any county may vote to increase the gasoline tax in 1C per gallon increments if a proposition is submitted by the Board of Supervisors and approved by a majority of city councils representing a majority of the population in the county, and if there is a written agreement for allocation of the funds among cities and the county. 3. SB 215 redirects the portion of the sales tax on gasoline previously going into the State General Fund to transportation funds. This is done gradually over a six year period until 1986-87 when no gasoline sales tax will go into the State General Fund. One half of the sales tax on gasoline available for transportation will go to the State Highway Account and one half will go to local transportation planning agencies for allocation to transit operators and/or cities and counties for streets and roads. 4. Cities will receive a one-time appropriation from the State Highway Account of $59 million in 1982-83. Use of Revenues: Restricted to the construction, improvement and maintenance of public streets. Section 2107.5 funds are restricted to engineering cost and administrative expenses in respect to city streets. im FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT FUND REVENUE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT SHARES SHARING REVENUE WITH LOCAL GOVERN. PUBLIC SAFETY 01-40 1981-82 APPROVED EPROPOSED BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET Amount available from E.P. 14 $ 396,274 $ 453,150 $ 143,150 Federal Revenue Sharing Authority: Title I of the State and Local Fiscal Assistance Act of 1972, as amended in 1976 and 1980. Administering Agency: Federal Office of Revenue Sharing, under the Office of the Secretary of the Treasury. Description: In 1972, Congress established the General Revenue Sharing Program, which was designed as a way of sharing federal revenues with state and local governments. The program was amended in 1976, and again in 1980 when states were excluded from the program. General Revenue Sharing is an "entitlement" program, which means that no application is necessary to receive the funds. Cities receive these funds according to a formula based on population, per capita income, local taxing effort, and intergovernmental transfers. Recipient governments must hold two public hearings concerning revenue sharing funds prior to adopting their budget. Two related reports must be submitted, one to the Office of Revenue Sharing prior to receiving funds certifying that the funds will be spent in accordance with the law, and the other to the Bureau of the Census reporting how funds were actually spent. Use of Revenues: Unrestricted, except that funds may not be used to support lobbying activities intended to influence legislation regarding the Revenue Sharing Act. Yield and Growth: of Total Statewide % Increase(Decrease) Yield Municipal Revenues Over Previous Year FY 1975-76 $ 190,877,521 04% -- FY 1976-77 210,064,764 04% 10% FY 1977-78 219,800,214 03% 04% FY 1978-79 227,351,292 03% 03% FY 1979-80 236,695,093 03% 04% 102 I C P 1 1 1 1 1 1 FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT PARK PARK ACQUISITION DEVELOPMENT & DEVELOPMENT COMMUNITY SERIVCES, 41-50 1981-82 PROPOSED APPROVED BUDGET I BUDGET BUDGET Amount Available for Park Development I $ 120,000 I $ 433,020 I $ 433,020 Residential Park Development Fees (Quimby Act; Parkland Dedication In Lieu Fees) Authority: Section 66477 of the Government Code Administering Agency: City Description: The Quimby Act of 1965 authorizes cities to require from a subdivider the dedication of land, the payment of fees in lieu thereof, or a combination of both, for park or recreational purposes as a condition to the approval of a sub- division map. To impose these requirements, the city must have adopted a general plan containing a recreational element, and any park or recreational facility developed under this act must be in accordance with the recreational element. Also the amount and location of the land to be dedicated or the fees to be paid must bear a reasonable relationship to the use of the park and recreational facilities by the future inhabitants of the subdivision. The city must adopt a formula for determining the amount of land to be dedicated or fees to be paid. Cities generally base the fee on the area of the dwelling, the value of the dwelling, a flat rate basis, or the market value of the land that would otherwise be dedicated. In subdivisions containing 50 parcels or less, only the payment in -lieu fees may be required. Exempt from this are industrial subdivisions, subdivisions of less than five acres and not used for residential purposes, or condominium projects in existing apartment buildings which are more than five years old when no new dwelling units are added. Over one-third of the cities in Califronia have enacted a residential park develop- ment tax. Revenues for the purpose of developing residential parks are also often generated through the adoption of a building development tax. Use of Revenues: All land dedicated or fees paid in lieu thereof must be used only for the purpose of providing park or recreational facilities to serve the subdivision. Any fees collected must be committed within five years after either the payment of such fees or the issuance of building permits on one-half of the lots created by the subdivision, whichever occurs later. 103 I n C F FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT DRAINAGE FACILITIES DRAINAGE DEVELOPMENT ENGINEERING/PUBLIC WORKS 45 1981-82 PROPOSED APPROVED BUDGET I BUDGET BUDGET Amount Available for Community Projects I $ 430,000 I $ 703,116 I $ 703,116 Drainage and Sewer Facility Construction Fees Authority: Section 66483 of the Government Code Administering Agency: City Description: Cities are authorized to require a subdivider to pay a fee for purposes of defraying the actual or estimated costs of constructing planned drainage or sewer facilities in the area of the subdivision. The ordinance requiring this fee must have been in effect at least 30 days prior to the filing of the tentative map or the parcel map if no tentative map is required. The ordinance must refer to a local drainage or sewer plan adopted for a particular area which includes an est- imate of the costs of constructing the facilities required by the plan. This plan must be in confromance with -any existing countywide or district general drainage or sewer plan. The fees must be apportioned within the planned local drainage or sewer area either on the basis of benefits conferred on property proposed for sub- division or on the need for such facilities created by the proposed subdivision and development of other property within such areas. However, the fee for any property proposed for subdivision within such an area may not exceed the properties pro rata share of the costs of the facilities if the fee were apportioned uniformly on a per -acre basis. Use of Revenues: These fees must be paid to the agencies which provide drainage or sewer facilities and deposited by such agencies into a "planned local drainage facilities fund" and/or a "planned local sanitary sewer fund," respectively. These funds may be used only for the construction or reimbursement for construction for construction of local drainage or sewer facilities within the area from which the fees comprising the fund were collected, or to reimburse the local agency for the cost of engineering and administrative services to form the district and design and consturct the facilities. After completion of the facilities, any surplus from these funds must either be transferred to the general fund and used solely for the operation and maintenance of the facilities for which the fees were collected (provided that this transfer does not exceed five percent of the total amount expended from the particular fund), used for the construction of additional or modified facilities within the particular drainage or sewer area, and/or refunded according to the provisions of the Government Code. 104 1 t 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 FUND=FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT GRANTSVEMENTS VARIOUS 47 Municipal Revenues 1981-82 PROPOSED APPROVED $ 470,094,834 BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET Amount available for Community Programs ' $ 439,742 I $ 477,726 I $ 477,726 Grants involve a transfer of funds from another agency, generally another governmental agency, to a city. Grants are generally of two types, categorical and general. Categorical grants are designed to meet specific needs, such as sewage, disposal of water system improvements, and often require cities to provide matching funds. General grants have little restriction on their use and may be used by a city for nearly any legitimate service or function. Cities receive grants from the federal, state, and county governments. Federal grants are of three types, general revenue sharing, block grants, and categorical grants. General revenue sharing funds are granted to cities according to a formula, require no application, and may be used for nearly any municipal purpose (see section on federal revenue sharing). Block grants are also allocated according to a formula, but have to be applied for and must be used within a broad functional area such as community development. Categorical grants are the most prevalent form of federal aid. The two most common types of categorical grants are formula grants, which are allocated to qualifying applicants according to a formula, and project grants, whereby applicants "compete" for funds through the application process. As discussed previously, the state shares with cities the revenues from certain state taxes, such as cigarette taxes. The state also distributes other grants to cities. Restrictions on the use of these state grant funds vary depending upon the grant. Often cities will also receive grants from their respective county. These grants are a less important but still very significant source of revenue for cities. County grants are frequently either grants of gasoline tax revenues to support transportation programs or grants to support libraries within a city. Yield and Growth: Federal Grants (excluding general revenue sharing) 105 of Total Statewide % Increase(Decrease) Yield Municipal Revenues Over Previous Year FY 1975-76 $ 470,094,834 10% -- FY 1976-77 593,958,907 11% 26% FY 1977-78 972,233,548 16% 63% FY 1978-79 936,541,486 15% (04%) FY 1979-80 834,877,846 12% (11%) 105 I 1 1 E I 1 FUND DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT ASSESSMENT [FUNCTION COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENTS PUBLIC WORKS/ENGINEERING 48-49 1981-82 PROPOSED APPROVED BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET Amount Available for Community Projects ' $ -0- I $8,500,000 I $8,500,000 ± SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS Authority: Article XVI, Section 19 of the California Constitution; Sections 4000 et seq. (Street Opening Act of 1903), 5000 et seq. (Improvement Act of 1911), 10000 et seq. (Municipal Improvement Act of 1913), 11000 et seq. (Pedestrian Mall Law of 1960), 18600 et seq. (Municipal Lighting Maintenance District Act of 1927), 22000 et seq. (Tree Planting Act of 1931), Section 22500 et seq. (Landscape and Lighting Act of 1972), 31500 et seq. (Vehicle Parking District Law of 1943), Section 35100 et seq. (Parking District Law of 1951), and 36500 et seq. (Parking and Business Improve- ment Area Law of 1979) of the Streets and Highways Code; Section 38000 (Park and Playground Act of 1909) of the Government Code. Administering Agency: City Description: A special assessment is a charge levied on a property owner to finance a public improvement which will specially benefit the assessed property. The special benefit must be different than the general benefit that the city as a whole receives from the improvement. Special assessments differ from taxes in that taxes may be levied for any lawful purpose of government, and there need not be any direct relation between the amount of tax paid and the benefit received by the taxpayer. For the purpose of administering special assessments, an improvement district or a special assessment district is established. Such a district is a defined area of land which will be specially benefited by the acquisition and construction of a public improvement, The State Constitution authorizes charter cities to impose special assessments for public improvements according to the provisions of their own charters. General law cities may only impose a special assessment when given express satutory authority. Over the years, a number of such special assessment laws have been enacted. The most commonly used law is the Improvement Act of 1911. Other frequently used acts are the Street Opening Act of 1903, the Municipal Improvement Act of 1913, and the Vehicle Parking District Law of 1943. Together, these and other laws authorize special assessments for such purposes as the acquisition or construction of sidewalks, curbs, street pavement, easements, landscaping, parks, parking lots, sewers, water systems, and other street improvements. Procedures by which a city council may impose a special assessment vary depending upon which law is utilized. Most of the special assessment acts include a protest provision whereby the council is barred from imposing a special assessment if a majority of the property owners to be assessed file a written protest. While most of the special assessment acts authorize assessments for the acquisition of lands or the construction of improvements, several also provide for the creation of maintenance districts to finance the maintenance of public improvements. Typically maintenance districts have been used for sewer and street lighting facilities. The 1911 Act authorizes the creation of a maintenance district for the purpose of main- in6 I 1 ' Sepcial Assessments page 2 taining and operating any improvements authorized by the 1911 Act proceedings or subsequent thereto. The following acts all allow assessments for the cost of operating, repairing, and replacing street lights: the Street Lighting Act of 1919; the Street Lighting Act of 1931; the Municipal Lighting Maintenance District Act ' of 1927; and the Landscape and Lighting Act of 1972. Special assessments are not subject to the provisions of Proposition 13, and thus a ' two-thirds voter approval is not required for a special assessment to be imposed. Also, special assessments are not included within the appropriations limitations of Proposition 4. ' Use of Revenues: Revenues must be used to finance the improvement for which the assessment was made, generally in retiring bonds sold to finance the improvement. ' SUBDIVISION MAP ACT REQUIREMENTS The Subdivision Map Act (Government Code section 66410 et seq.) among other things ' authorizes cities to require that a subdivider dedicate land or pay a fee in lieu thereof for park or recreational purposes (section 66477) and to require that a subdivider pay a fee to defray the cost of constructing drainage and sewer facilities (section 66483). 1 1 1 LI 1 107 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 SPENDING LIMITATION 1 i ANALYSIS 1 1 I 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 SPENDING LIMITATION CALCULATION 1982 - 1983 Spending Limitation for 1981-1982 $8,242,878* Factors for determining 1982-83 Spending Limitation Population = 4.29% C.P.I. = 6.79% Ratio of Change = 1.0429 x 1.0679 = 1.1137% Convert to a Percentage = (1.1137 x 100) - 100 = 11.37 Spending Limitation Calculation for 1982 - 1983 Spending Limitation for 1982-83 = Ratio % Population to % C.P.I. = 8,242,878 x 111.37% = $9,180,093 Spending Limitation for 1982 - 1983 = $8,242,878 11.37% $9,180,093 * See 1981-1982 Budget for Calculations to this point. um 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) 1980-1981 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) 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) C x K = L: (1.53) (1.145) = 1.752 (L) Convert to a percent: (1.752 x 100) - 100 = 75.2% Cumulative Growth Rate Over .1978-1979 Appropriations 4,704,839 x 175.2 = 8,242,878 109 I REDEVELOPMENT 1 AGENCY 1 1 1 1 1 RANCHO CUCAMONGA REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY established May 20, 1981 GOVERNING BOARD Jon D. Mikels Chairman Charles J. Buquet II James C. Frost Phillip D. Schlosser Richard M. Dahl OTHER OFFICIALS Lauren M. Wasserman Executive Director/ Secretary Harry J. Empey Treasurer John Brown Legal Council 110 r r r BUDGET SUMMARY RANCHO CUCAMONGA REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY 1982-83 ESTIMATED REVENUE Increment 1982-83 $614,000.00 Total increment $614,000.00 ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES Operational $189,500.00 OVER FROM 1981-82 Capital Outlay 23,500.00 FUND Capital Projects 280,000.00 Debt Retirement 50,000.00 $543,000.00 OBTAINABLE HOUSING @ 20% of increment $123,000.00 TOTAL $666,000.00 Estimated Revenue Over/(Under) (52,000.00) AVAILABLE CARRY OVER FROM 1981-82 52,000.00 ESTIMATED FUND BALANCE 6-30-83 -0- 112 RANCHO CUCAMONGA REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY 1982-83 SALARIES Services provided by City Staff to the Agency $1052000.00 OPERATIONAL ITEMS Legal Services $32,000.00 Other Professional Services (consulting, engineering) 25,000.00 Audit Services 3,500.00 Printing & Publications 16,000.00 Office Supplies 6,000.00 Travel and Meetings 2,000.00 Total Operational Items $ 84,500.00 CAPITAL OUTLAY Photographic Lens Slide Projector Drawing Equipment Portable P. A. File Cabinets Share cost of computer system Total Capital Outlay Total Operating Expenses for 1982-83 $ 23,500.00 $213,000.00 RANCHO CUCAMONGA REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY 1982-83 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS Preliminary Engineering Study for I-15, Foothill Blvd. interchange Civic Center off-site improvements to be coordinated with San Bernardino County Total Capital Improvements OTHER COST ITEMS Debt Retirement Reserve for Obtainable Housing Fund Total Other Cost Items 114 $ 30,000.00 250,000.00 $ 50,000.00 123,000.00 $280,000.00 $173,000.00