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Budget 1983-84 I I I I I I I I I I- I I I I I I I" I I C 1 T Y 0 F RAN C HOC U C A M 0 N G A 1983-1984 ANNUAL PROGRAM OF SERVICE CITY COUNCIL JON D MIKELS MAYOR CHARLES J BUQUET 11 MAYOR PRO TEMPORE RICHARD M DAHL JAMES C FROST PHILLIP D SCHLOSSER ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF CITY MANAGER - LAUREN M WASSERMAN I I I I I I I I I I C I T Y o F RANCHO CUCAt10NGA 1983-84 ANNUAL PROGRAM OF SERVICE TABLE OF CONTENTS Report to City Council on Program of Service. Organizational Chart. .... Fund Balance Analysis. . . . . . Resources for Program Distribution. General Government Summary. DEPARTMENT PROGRAMS Program Summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . General Government Administration Administration Summary Leg i s I a tu re. City Manager Personnel. . City Clerk. Administrative Services. General Government Operating Costs General Government Operating Costs Summary Inter Governmental Service City Faci I ities. . Benefits Overhead. General Overhead. Community Development Community Development Cost Summary Administration. . . P I ann i ng . . . . . . Planning Commission. Building & Safety. Publ ic Safety Public Safety Cost Summary Sheriff's Department. . . Community Services Community Services Cost Summary. Administration. . . Recreation. . . '.' Contract Recreation. Pub Ii c Works Public Works Cost Summary. Engineering. . . . Streets/Parks. . . I I I I I I I I I Community Improvements. Special Funds. . . . . Spending Limitation Analysis. Program Cost Analysis Redeve I opment Agency. . . . . 1 6 7 8 12 .14 15 16 20 25 29 32 37 38 41 44 46 48 49 53 59 62 67 68 72 73 78 82 86 87 93 97 102 110 114 115 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I ~~- PROGRAM OF SERVICE ,../\ ,. MESSAGE I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA Mayor Jon D. Mikels "- o >- f0- G CouncilmemOen Charles J. Buquet II Richard M. Dahl James C. Frost Phillip D. Schlosser 1977 November 3. 1983 TO: Honorable Mayor and City Council Members Gentlemen: The Preliminary Program of Service -- the 1983-84 financial plan for the City of Rancho Cucamonga -- is hereby attached for your consideration. The proposed annual budget totals $14,084,942. including all special funds. Proposed operating budget expenditures are estimated at $1.824.596, while special fund expenses will total $6,260,346. It is significant to note that proposed General Fund expenditures have increased by only 5.6 percent over the previous year. BUDGET OVERVIEW The budget is balanced, and it represents the staff's recommendation for the most prudent expenditure of City funds in view of the City's limited resources. A review of the proposed budget clearly indicates that General Fund revenues are no longer sufficient to adequately finance those services which are either highly desirable or considered to be essential in a rapidly growing City. State bailout assistance has been totally eliminated, and the City faces annual reduction in the remaining State Subventions. The instability of general fund revenue has forced the City to focus its attention on programs which will result in the maximum use of limited resources. While Rancho Cucamonga looks ahead to a sound economic future, the present stability of the General Fund is somewhat weak. Operating budget revenues have not kept pace with either increases in costs or demands for additional services. As a result of this financial dilemma, City departments will be required to reduce most programs and services for next fiscal year. This reduction in services will require the staff and City Council to focus primarily on those expenditures which will either increase the productivity of our existing staff or will result in significant monetary savings to the City. 9320 BASELINE ROAD. SUITE C . POST OFFICE BOX 807 . RANCHO CDCAMONGA. CALIFORNIA 91730 . (714) 989-1851 -.- Honorable Mayor & City Council November 3, 1983 Page 2 Because of the City's experience during the recent two-year economic recession, it is essential that the attention of City policymakers during the coming year should also be directed toward building a diverse financial base which is less subject to economic cycles. It is anticipated that the activities of the Redevelopment Agency will be specifically directed toward this long-range objective during the next fiscal year. REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY PROGRAMS The primary goal of redevelopment programs during the coming year will be to strengthen the City's economic base. Among the major programs or activities to be submitted to the Redevelopment Agency Board will be: a. The preparation of a comprehensive financial plan for the City -~~- b. Continued negotiations to bring a regional shopping center to Rancho Cucamonga c. Continued engineering interchange at I-15 commercial, industrial, freeway planned work to complete the proposed and Foothill Boulevard to serve and residential development d. The implementation of a program to complete flood control improvements for Day Creek. This project is a joint effort of the County, the City of Rancho Cucamonga, and the City of Ontario e. Continued efforts to offer affordable housing in Rancho Cucamonga f. The acquisition of land for open space use in the planned communities g. Planning and construction of a fire station to serve the redevelopment project area RECl>>lMENDED PERSONHEL CHAlfGES Council may recall that because of budget problems last year, five vacant positions were not funded. It is proposed that during fiscal year 1983-84 two of those positions again remain unfunded. They are clerk typist, Community Development Department, and Account Clerk, Finance Department. It is recommended that the City Council consider the addition of two Sheriff's Deputies at an approximate total cost of $139,000. The City has not added law enforcement personnel since 1980. Since that time, the City's calls for service have increased significantly. The addition of the two deputies will -2- I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Honorable Mayor & City Council November 3, 1983 Page 3 result in some increases in the time available for proactive patrol. As additional funds become available, it is essential that the City add deputies in order to improve the level of service being provided by the Sheriff's Department for our community. CITY FACILITIES Because of the City's financial problems, it is recommended that no funds for permanent facilities be appropriated during fiscal year 1983-84. While it is shortsighted not to plan for permanent office structures, it is evident that City priorities this coming year must be directed toward retention of existing services to the greatest extent possible. The City presently spends approximately $100,000 per year for rented office space. Existing facilities are inconvenient to the citizens of our community, and they are inadequate for our staff. In addition, the Sheriff's Department is experiencing critical office space problems. With the resumption of building activity and a corresponding increase in population, it is anticipated that this problem will become even more critical. It is, therefore, proposed that the City actively pursue alternatives for providing permanent facilities. Monies now expended for rents could be better utilized to pay for permanent, City-owned buildings. Sound business practice dictates that the City own rather than lease its offices. At a minimum, it is proposed that the City select an architect to complete preliminary plans for permanent City structures. RELATIONSHIP OF BUDGET PROCESS TO CITY GOALS Any business, whether in the private sector or a governmental agency, must have workable goals in order to provide both continuity and direction. The Ci ty is no exception. During the past year, the City has pursued the following six primary goals: 1. To build a sound financial base for the Community 2. To provide cost-effective, public safety services 3. To actively pursue park acquisition and development 4. To ilIIprove the City's road maintenance program and to provide adequate flood protection 5. To encourage proactive, rather than reactive planning 6. To plan for permanent City facilities -3- Honorable Mayor & City Council November 3, 1983 Page 4 In addition, the following goals are of a support nature, but are equally essential to the accomplishment of primary goals: 1. To develop a sound financial base for the Cnmm.nity 2. To evaluate allocation of resources and levels of service 3. To continue employee training and mnagement development programs 4. To coordinate disaster planning activities 5. To promote citizen awareness and support of COllllDUDity goals 6. To provide up-to-date technological and mnagement tools to improve the quality of mnagement decisions As the City Council reviews the proposed Program of Service for 1983-84, the management team will "be outlining the ways in which each department is working toward the attainment of identified goals. SOMHARY 1983-84 will be a year of challenge and opportunity. While this year's budget outlook is not particularly bright, we remain optimistic about the City's long-term financial picture. A commitment to build a diverse financial base must be aggressively pursued. Rancho Cucamonga, in just five short years, has completed most of the long-range planning required in order to build a balanced community with a sound financial base. The next few years will be difficult ones for the City since the revenue base will not change quickly. But, the planning efforts of the past will greatly benefit the City in future years. In the view of the Executive Management Team, it is extremely important for the City Council to be aware of the many worthwhile programs which were proposed, but, because of a lack of funding, eliminated from further consideration during the preparation of the budget. A separate memorandum noting those programs will be furnished to the City Council in the event you wish to change the recommended priorities proposed in the Program of Service. In addition, staff has prepared a report outlining alternatives for raising additional general fund revenues if that is the desire of the City Council. -4- I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I' 1 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Honorable Mayor & City Council November 3. 1983 Page 5 This year, more than most, sincere appreciation is extended to the Executive Management team for its unselfish dedication to providing cost effective City services to match available resources. A note of thanks is also extended to our dedicated employees who provide services directly to the citizens and to the City Council members for their guidance in determining City policy. LMW:baa attach. -5- I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I SUMMARIES I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I < '-' Z o ~ U ;:l U C ;c U Z < '" ""' o ,.. f-< >-< U f-< OIl Z Z ,.. OIl '" ~ 0 f-< W Z U >-< H U < >-< :<:0.. f-< Z >-< I-- ~ :> "'0 < ~ :> '" <,...l '" '" ;C '" 0..'" 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OPERATING COSTS Intra Governmental City Facil ities Personnel Overhead General Overhead Total Operating Costs TOTAL ADM I NOI STRAT I VE & OPERATIONAL OVERHEAD GENERAL GROVENMENT SUMMARY Suppl ies & Salaries Service Capital TOTAL S 12,750 S 10,468 S -O- S 23,218 114,674 18,175 2,000 134,849 40,416 23,950 -0- 64,366 19,212 55,825 -0- 75,037 168,885 58,827 2,400 230,112 S 355,937 S 167,245 S 4,400 S 527,582 S -O- S 85,000 S 49,240 S 134,240 -0- 228,283 2,500 230,783 -0- 752,904 -0- 752,904 -0- 212,956 116,866 329,822 S -O- S 1 ,279, 143 S 168,606 S 1,447,749 S 355,937 S I ,446,388 S 173,006 S 1,975,331 -12- COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT Administration Planning Planning Commission Bldg. & Safety Engineering Public Works Total Comm. Dev. SHERIFF'S DEPT. Pub1 ic Safety Service COMMUNITY SERVICES Administration Recreat ion Total Comm. Servo Total Program Centers GRAND TOTAL TRANSFER TO RESERVES Park Development. Civic Center SOURCES General Fund Vehicle Code Fines Revenue Sharing Gas Tax C. D. B.G. Redevelopment Agency Capital Replacement Cap i ta 1 Imp rove men t Interest Earnings TOTAL -13- Supp 1 i es & Service I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I PROGRAM CENTERS SUMMARY Salaries $ 75,9oB 314,682 4,200 252,383 413,558 219,663 $1,280,394 $ 202,071 Capital TOTAL $ -0- $ 85,375 -0- 387,632 -0- 6,400 -0- 358,893 3,500 545,498 11 ,100 1,315 ,163 $ 14,600 $2,698,961 $ 9.467 72,950 2,200 106,510 128,440 1,084,400 $1,403,967 $3,076,421 $ $3,278,492 $ 112,256 $ 54,335 $ 3,550 $ 170,141 84,256 20,110 -0- 104,366 $ 196,512 $ 74,445 $ 3,550 $ 274,507 $1,678,977 $4.554,833 $ 18,150 $6,251,960 $2,022,742 $5,906,857 $191,156 $8,227,291 $6,484.504 102,490 343,285 995,439 . 57,613 188,068 40,000 56,480 171,099 $8,435,428 $ 133,137 75,000 TOTAL TRANSFERS TO RESERVES $ 208,137 Over/(Under) $8,435,428 $ -0- I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I -. --=--- PROGRAM SUMMARY I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I PROGRAM SUMMARY PROGRAM GROSS TOTAL % of GROSS TOTAL Administration Operat i ng Costs Community Development Public Safety Community Services Pub Ii c Works $ 671,521 694,845 1,236,006 3,665,817 1,637,285 7,912,317 $ 1 5 , 81 7 , 791 (1,732,849) $14,084,942 4.25 4.39 7.82 23.~J - 10.31 50.04 100.00% 10.94% 89.06% GROSS TOTAL Less Transfers NET TOTAL -14- I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I DEPARTMENT PROGRAM GENERAL GOVERNMENT . I I I I I I I I I I ADMINISTRATION I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I ADMINISTRATION COST SUMMARY DEPT. NO. DEPARTMENT GROSS COST % of GROSS COST 110 City Council $ 23.218 3.46 0122 City Manage r 182.929 27.24 124 Personnel 81.311 J 2.11 126 City Clerk 83.092 12.37 150 Finance 300.971 44.82 Gross Cost Total $ 671.521 100.00% Less Transfers $(671.521) (1 00 . 00 % ) NET COST $ -0- .00% -lS- I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I --<~ legislature I I I GOALS SUMMARY CITY COUNCIL 1983-1984 I The City Council has identified as proper and essential the following goals: I I 1. Build a sound financial base for the Community. A secure and strong financial base will certainly be the foundation for building of all future City programs. I 2. Provide cost-effective, Public Safety Services. This goal includes building and safety procedures as well as public services. In addition a cohesive working relationship with the Foothill Fire District is necessary in order to establ is~ a_~omplete program of publ ic safety. I I 3. Provide Park acquisition and development. A need to acquire and develop a viable park system must be met. In order to do so will require aggressive pursuit of bond issues, grants and full citizen participation. I I 4. Provide a higher level of road maintenance and to provide adequate flood protection. Financing of a road system infrastructure that must address some of the severist weather condtions wi 11 require a high level of community dedication. I 5. Encourage productive, rather than reactive long-range planning. This goal is built around the City's General Plan. This plan basically provides the blueprint for the development of the community. I I 6. Plan for permanent city facilities. A goal to construct permanent municipal fac; lities is high on the list as it will provide a permanent facil ity that will identify the center of local government for the community and its citizens. I I 7. Support of secondary goals and priorities. This goal identifies services provided by the City and recognizes the necessity of these services to support or even create the envrionment that will lead to the success of the previously mentioned goals. I I I -16- I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT GENERAL ADMINISTRATION CITY COUNCIL 01-110 - 1982-83 PROPOSED APPROVED CLASSIFICATION PROGRAM PROG RAM PROGRAM SALARIES $ 12,000 $ 12,750 $ 12,750 OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE 10,480 10,468 10,460 CAPITAL OUTLAY -0- -0- -0- TOTAL $ 22,480 $ 23,218 $ 23,218 NUMBER OF POSITIONS 5 S s -_. .-- MISSION STATEMENT: It is the mission of the City Council to establ ish pol icies and pursue objectives that re suI t in the most effective and efficient allocation of City resources for the benefit of the citizens of Rancho Cucamonga. CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA -17- FUND GENERAL FUNCTION ADMINISTRATIVE DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT C HY COUNC I L 01-110 POSITIONS BUDGET Cl Cl "" "" LU "" LU 1983-84 1983-84 co.... co V'> co> POSITION TITLE I LU 10 10 1982-83 N> ""0- ""'" PROPOSED APPROVED co LU coo coo- <T"" "'''' "'0- BUDG ET BUDGET BUDGET - _0- -~ Council Members 5 5 5 $ 12,000 $ 12,750 $ 12,750 TOTAL 5 5 5 $ 12,000 $ 12,750 $ 12,750 -13- CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA I I I I I I I I I I II I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I city. manager I I I I DEPARTMENTAL GOALS SUMMARY CITY MANAGER 1983-1984 I Goals: I 1. To implement policies and programs as directed by the City Council. I 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. I 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. I I 3. To provide timely information to the City Council concerning pending state, local or federal legislation which may have an impact upon the City. 4. To direct and monitor the activities of the Redevelopment Agency. I 5. Continue to examine and evaluate areas of improvement for Rancho Cucamonga's quarterly newsletter (The Grapevine). I 6. To continue to monitor the local transit services provided by Omnitrans. I I I I I I I -20- I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I FUND PROGRAM DEPARTMENT ACCOUNT GENERAL ADMINISTRATIVE CITY COUNCIL 01-110 1982-83 PROPOSED APPROVEO ACCNT CLASS I F I CAT! ON PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM 3900 Maintenance & Operations $ 1,050 $ 868 $ 868 3100 Travel & Meetings 5,400 6,750 6,750 3300 Mi leage 2,280 1,100 1,100 3956 Dues 500 500 500 6028 Contract Services l,250 1,250 1,250 TOT AL $ 10,480 $ 10,468 $ 10,468 --., ------ ACTIVITY I NFORMAT I ON DUES - 3956 M i see 11 aneous $ 500 $ 500 TRAVEL & MEETINGS - 3100 SAN BAG/So. Cal if. Assoc. of Governments 450 500 League of Calif. Cities (3) San Francisco 1,500 1,950 Labor Relations Institute (2) Long Beach 1,200 200 Citrus Belt Division 300 500 Nat'l League of Cities - Congo Conf. (1) 1,100 1,100 Nat'l League of Cities - Los Angeles 850 -0- New Mayors and Counci Imembers Conf. (2) Santa Clara -0- 1,000 Mayors and Councilmembers Legislative Conf. (1) Sacramento -0- 500 League Policy Seminar -0- 500 Miscellaneous Meetings -0- 500 $ 5,400 $ 6,750 CONTRACT SERVICES - 6028 Council Minutes $ 1,250 $ 1,250 CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA _1<1_ I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I FUND PROGRAM DEPARTMENT ACCOUNT GENERAL ADMINISTRATION C I TV MANAGER 01-122 1982-83 PROPOSED APPROVED CLASS I FI CATION PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM .. Salaries $ 159,699 $ 110,970 $ 114,674 Operat ions & Maintenance 60,430 18,175 18,175 Capital Outlay 1,350 2,000 2,000 Benefits Overhead - - 48 ,080. Gross Cost Total $ 182,929 Department Overhead (182 ,929) NET TOTAL $ -0- - - ACTIVITY INFORMATION MISSION STATEMENT: To effectively and efficiently administer Council directed city-wide policies and programs. -21- FUND GENERAL FUNCTION ADM I N I STRATI ON DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT CITY. MANAGER 01-122 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I POSITIONS BUDGET Q Q .... -,,"W -,,"w 1983-84 co-' co V'> co> 1983-84 POSITION TITLE I w , 0 10 N> ....0- ....a: 1982-83 PROPOSED APPROVED cow 0:>0 c:o 0- 0'-' <TIa: <TIO- BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET - -0- -<( City Manager 1 1 1 $ 61,428 $ 61,428 $ 63,476 Assistant City Manager 1 ! ! 39,861 20,196 20,872 Administrative Analvst 1 ! ! 21,702 11,100 11,472 Secretary to the City Mgr/ Deputy City Clerk 1 ! ! 21,120 10,5bu 10,912 Secretary 1 ! ! 14,388 7,686 7,942 Overtime 1,200 -0- -0- TOTAL 5 3 3 $ 159,699 $ 110,970 $ 114,672 -22- CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA I . . ". . . . . . . . . . I . . I I . FUND PROGRAM DEPARTMENT ACCOUNT GENERAL ADMINISTRATION CITY MANAGER 01-122 ACCN' 1982-83 PROPOSED APPROVED CLASSIFICATION PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM 7044 Equipment $ 1,350 $ 2,000 $ 2,000 TOTAL $ 1,350 $ 2,000 $ 2,000 ACTIVITY INFORMATION EQU I PMENT Word Processor (termi na Is) $ 2,000 .. CITY OF RANCHO CUCAHONGA -74- FUND PROGRAM DEPARTMENT ACCOUNT GENERAL ADMINISTRATION CITY MANAGER 01-122 1982-83 PROPOSED APPROVED ACCNT CLASS I F I CAT! ON PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM 3900 Maintenance &..Operations $ 16,000 $ 4.500 $ 4,500 3100 Travel & Meetings 7,150 6,250 6.250 3300 Mil ea ge 2.400 200 200 6028 Contract Servi ces 33,500 5,850 5.850 3956 Dues 1,380 1.375 1,375 TOTAL $ 60.430 $ 18,175 $ 18,175 ACTIVITY INFORMATION TRAVEL & MEETINGS - 3100 League of Calif. Cities-Gen (I) San Francisco $ 650 League Labor Relations Institute (1) Long Beach -0- Citrus Belt Division Meeting 300 League of Ca1 if. Cities-City Mgrs. (2) San Diego 700 Labor Relations Council Meetings "0- Nat. League of Cities-Congo City Conf. (D.C. ) 1,100 Local Meetings-Chamber of Commerce. Management, etc. 2,000 I nt' 1 City Mgrs. Assoc-Kansas City 800 Service Club Participation-Kiwanis 200 League Policy Seminar 500 $ 6,250 DUES 3956 I nt I I City Managers Assoc. (2) $ 675 American Soc. of Public Admin. (1) 50 Local Service Clubs 150 Southern Ca1 if. City Clerks Assoc. 50 Chamber of Commerce 50 M i sce 11 aneous 400 $ 1.375 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I -23- I I I I I I I I I I I I I I II I personnel I II I DEPARTMENTAL GOALS SUMMARY PERSONNEL 1983-1984 To continue efforts to foster a greater employee awareness of City problems programs and priorities. A. By meeting periodically with the executive ma~agement 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 goais and priorities. C. By increasing the frequency of written, informal communications with City employees. To continue a modern "merit" personnel system to attract and retain qualified and competent City staff. I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I -27- FUND GENERAL FUNCTION ADM I N I STRATI ON DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT PERSONNEL 01-124 POSITIONS BUDGET 0 0 l"""I ..:r UJ ..:r UJ 1983-84 1983-84 CO...J co,,", co::> POS I TI ON TI TLE I UJ 10 10 N::> l"""Ic.. l"""Iex: 1982-83 PROPOSED APPROVED COUJ coo o::>c.. a-....J ",ex: "'c.. BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET ~ _c.. ~<( Assistant City Manager 0 t t $ -0- $ 20,196 $ 20,872 Administrative Analyst 0 t t -O- 11,100 11,472 Secretary 0 t t -0- 7,686 8,072 ~-~- TOTAL 0 It It $ -0- $ 38,982 $ 40,416 CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA FUND PROGRAM DEPARTMENT ACCOUNT GENERAL ADMINISTRATION PERSONNEL 01-124 1982-83 PROPOS ED APPROVED CLASSIFICATION PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM Salaries $ -0- $ 38,982 $ 40,416 Ope rat i:ons & Maintenance -0- 23,950 23,950 Capital Outlay -0- -0- -0- Benefits Overhead -0- - 16,945_ Gross Cost Total $ 81,311 Department Overhead (81 ,311) NET TOTAL $ -0- ACT I V I TY INFORMATION MISSION STATEMENT: Provide efficient and proper personnel services with regards to legal requirements and employee awareness. I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I -26- FUND PROGRAM DEPARTMENT ACCOUNT GENERAL ADM I N I STRATI ON PERSONNEL 01-124 1982-83 PROPOSED APPROVED ACCNT CLASS I F I CATI ON PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM 3100 Travel & Meetings $ -0- $ 1,450 $ 1,450 3300 Mi leage -0- 2,400 2,400 3900 Maintenance & Operations -0- 6,200 6,200 6028 Contract Services (Grapevi ne) -0- (1) 13,750 (1) 13,750 3956 Dues -0- 150 150 TOT Al $ -0- $ 23,950 $ 23,950 ,~ ACTIVITY INFORMATION (I) ! of the Grapevine funded from recreation fund (10) TRAVEL & MEETINGS - 3100 league of Ca1 ifornia Cities (1) $ 650 Cal/Pera' /labor Relations (1) 450 Local Meetings/oral boa rds 350 TOTAL $ 1,450 DUES - 3956 Service Club $ 50 American Society of Public Administrators 50 Municipal Managers Assistants of So. Ca1 if. 50 TOTAL $ 150 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I city clerk I I I I I I I I I I, I I' I , I I I I I I DEPARTMENTAL GOALS SUMMARY CITY CLERK 19~3-1984 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I To effectively and efficiently administer Coun~il rlirected City-wide pol icies and programs To continue to improve the records management program established for al I City departments. I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I -':n FUND GENERAL FUNCTION ADMINISTRATION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT CITY CLERK 01-126 POSITIONS BUDGET 0 0 f") ....UJ ....... 1983-84 1983-84 co--' co V'> co::> POSITION TITLE I UJ .0 10 1982-83 N::> f")Q. f")"" PROPOSED APPROVED OOUJ 000 00 Q. cr.--' "''''' "'Q. BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET - -Q. -<C Secretary to the City Mgr/ Deputy City Clerk 0 ! ! $ -0- $ 10.560 $ 10.912 Clerk Typist 0 I 1 -0- 8.300 8.300 TOTAL 0 H H $ -0- $ 18.866 $ 19.212 CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA FUND PROGRAM DEPARTMENT ACCOUNT GENERAL ADMINISTRATION CITY CLERK 01-126 1982-83 PROPOS ED APPROVED CLASS I F I CAT! ON PROG RAM PROGRAM PROGRAM -- Sa lar i es $ -0- $ 10,560 $ 19.212 Operat ions & Maintenance -0- 47,925 55.825 Capi tal Outlay -0- -0- -0- Benefits Overhead - - 8,055 Gross Cost Total $ 83.092 Department Overhead (83.092) NET TOTAL $ -0- ACTIVITY INFORMATION MISSION STATEMENT: Maintain a record keeping system that is accurate and eas i ly used. To perform those legal functions that are required of the City Clerks office. I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I -30- FUND GENERAL PROGRAM ADMINISTRATION ACCOUNT 01-256 APPROVED PROGRAM DEPARTMENT CI.TY CLERK ACCNT 1982-83 PROGRAM PROPOSED PROGRAM CLASS I F I CAT! ON 3100 Travel & Meetings S -O- S 2,550 $ 2,550 3300 Mi leage -0- 200 200 3900 Maintenance & Operations -0- 8,850 8,850 6028 Contract Servi ces (Grapevi ne) -0- (1)36,085 (1)43,985 3956 Dues -0- 240 240 TOTAL $ -0- $ 47,925 $ 55,825 ACTIVITY INFORMATION TRAVEL & MEETINGS Annual City Clerk's Conference (Dep. City Clerk) CEPO Training Session (Dep. City Clerk) League Election Seminar (Dep. City Clerk) International Conference of City Clerks Miscellaneous Meetings $ 450 625 600 650 225_ $ 2,550 T-Ota 1 DUES International Inst. of Mun. Clerks CCAC Calif. City Clerks Assoc. Miscellaneous $ 65 75 100 $ 240 Total (1) ! of Grapevine Newsletter cost to be paid for by Contract Recreation Fund. I L I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I -.,. ---=-- Administrative Services city treasurer I I I I I I I I I I ! II I I I I I II I II I 2. To continue improving financial record keeping. -. --~.--- I I I I I I I I I I I DEPARTMENTAL GOALS SUMMARY ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES 1983-1984 GOALS: I. To meet City financial needs. A. Analyze continuing legislation, its impact on City financially, and to respond accordingly. B. Seek out alternative sources of financing City programs. C. Implement budget changes to assure that the City progresses. A. Seek methods of financial reporting that are easy to understand and also conform to statement I 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 under Proposition 4. 3. Computerize Capital Replacement Program. A. Set up asset inventory to meet equipment replacement requirements. B. Tag and identify all fixed assets. I I I I I I I I 4. Improve Purchas i ng Program. A. Insure purchasing pol icies and procedures are adhered to. B. Establish purchase order control. 5. Review City Insurance Program. A. Review feasibility of self-funding for City 1 iabil ity and worker's compensation insurance for Fiscal Year 1983-1984. 6. To continue to develop a budget that is more than a mere reflection of fi gures but is indeed a work i ng document. A. Development of cost centers in the budget. B. Continue to maintain a document that changes with appropriate legislation and reflects same. I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I _,,:;1._ FUND GENERAL FUNCTION ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT FINANCE 01-150 POSITIONS BUDGET Cl Cl "" ..:rw ..:rw 1983-84 1983-84 00-' 00'" 000> POS I TI ON TI TLE I w 10 .0 NO> <"'\0.. ""'" 1982-83 PROPOSED APPROVED oOW coo 000.. 0'.-' <TI'" <TIo.. BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET - _0.. -<:: Finance Director 1 1 1 $ 42,102 $ 44,628 $ 46,140 Administrative Accountant 0 1 I -0- 21,120 23,392 Accountant 1 1 0 0 20,088 -0- -0- Account Clerk 3 3 3 (1) 30,552 31,320 32,368 Business License Inspector 1 1 1 19,266 20,08"8 20,760 Purchasing Clerk 1 1 1 16,502 16,464 17,016 Clerk Typist 1 1 1 13,700 12,516 12,933 Cashier/Information Clerk 1 1 1 14,892 14,892 15,404 Overt i me 1,500 -0- -0- Cont i ngency for step increases 840 872 , (1) Fund two positions only TOTAL 9 9 9 $ 158,572 $ 161,868 $ 168,885 CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA FUND GENERAL PROGRAM ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES DEPARTMENT FINANCE ACCOUNT 01-150 APPROVED PROGRAM CLASSIFICATION 1982-83 PROGRAM PROPOSED PROGRAM Salaries Operations & Maintenance Capi ta I Benefits Overhead $ 158,572 66,725 8,308 $ 168,885 58,877 2,400 70,809 $ 300,971 (300 ,971 ) $ 1 61 ,868 58,877 2,400 Gross Cost Total Cost Transfer NET TOTAL $ -0- ACTIVITY INFORMATION MISSION STATEMENT: The Finance Department maintains a general accounting system to assure accountabil ity in compl iance with legal provisions and in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP). Revenues, expenditures and encumbrance documents are review for correctness, legal ity and adherence to contract agreements all according to the City Council approved program of service. Payroll records are maintained in accordance to law, and all necessary reporting is computed on a timely basis. . Paychecks are issued on a biweekly basis to provide timely payment for personnel. Accounts payable are made in accordance to the requirements of a full accural system, discounts are taken on a timely basis, and all records are. maintained to supply a proper audit trail and in accordance to law. All purchases are made in accordance to Government code. All bids are reviewed for correctness and legal compl iance. A very high professional posture is maintained with all vendors. Business 1 icenses are issued in accordance to Government Code, and reasonable code enforcement is maintained to ensure a fair and equitable appl ication of 1 icensing. I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I -",,- I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I -36- FUND PROGRAM DEPARTMENT ACCOUNT . GENERAL ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES FINANCE 01-156 ACCN' ]982-83 PROPOSED APPROVED CLASSIFICATION PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM 7044 Equipment $ 8,308 $ 2,400 $ 2,400 TOTAL ACTIVITY INFORMATION EQU I PMENT Computer Terminals $ 2,400 CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA FUND PROGRAM DEPARTMENT ACCOUNT General Administrative Servi ces Finance 1-150 <. 1982-83 PROPOSED APPROVED ACCNT CLASSIFICATION PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM 3100 Travel & Meet i ngs $ 4,200 $ 3,110 3300 Mileage 3,400 3,400 3900 Maintenance & Operations 13,500 13,875 3956 Dues 555 575 6028 Contract Servi ces 45,070 37,917 I TOTAL $ 66,725 $ 58,877 ACTVITY INFORMATION TRAVEL AND MEETINGS League of California C it ies Fi nanci a I Seminar $ 500 League of California Cities Gene ra I Conference 650 Labor Relations Insti tute 150 California State Municipal Finance Officers Conference 650 California Municipal Business Tax Association Conference 350 California Association of Public Purchasing Officers 250 Service Clubs and Local Meetings 560 TOTAL $ 3,110 DUES - California State Municipal Finance Officers Association $ 85 Municipal Finance Officers Association of America 250 California Municipal Business Tax Association 90 California Association of Public Purchasing Officials 25 American Society of Public Administration 50 M i sce 11 aneous 75 TOTAL $ 575 CONTRACT SERVICES Municipal Data Systems for Computer Services (On Line) $ 26,500 Rapid Data - Computer Systems (Batch System) 11,417 TOTAL $ 37,917 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I _")r_ I I I I I I I I I OPERATING COSTS I I I I I I I II I I I OPERATING OVERHEAO COST SUMMARY I I I I I I I I I I I I I ' I I I I I I % OF DEPT. NO. DEPARTMENT GROSS COST GROSS COST 225 Inter Governmental $ 134,240 -L~ 245 City Facil ities 230,783 33.21 265 Overhead-General 329,822 47.47 Gross Cost Total $ 694,845 100.00% Less Transfers $ (694,845) (100.00%) NET COST $ -0- .00% I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I FUND PROGRAM OE'EARIMENT ACCOUNT INTER- V HI LE & EQUIPMENT 20-225 OPERATI NG COST MAINTENANCE & REPAIR 1982-83 PROPOSED APPROVED ACCNT CLASSIFICATION PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM . . 6028 Contract Services $ 10,000 $ 25,000 $ 25,000 3930 Fuel 128,404 30,000 30,000 3931 Vehicle & Equipment Maintenance Supplies 72,533 30,000 30,000 3900 Materials & Supplies 10,000 -0- -0- TOTAL $ 226,937 $ 85,000 $ 85,000 . ACTIVITY I NFORMAT I ON CONTRACT SERVICES On Site Equipment Repairs Major overhauls, body & paint work, upholstery Window repairs and major tire work, etc. $ 10,000 $ 25,000 - "\'1- CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA I I I I I I I I I I I I I' I I I I I I FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT INTER VEHICLE AND EQUIPMENT 20-225 GOVERNMENTAL OPERATING cnST MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR . 1982-83 PROPOSED APPROVED CLASSIFICATION PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM SALARIES S -0- $ -0- $ -0- OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE 226,937 85,000 85,000 CAP ITAL OUTLAY 6,000 47,800 49,240 TOTAL S 232,937 $ 132,800 $ 134,240 NUMBER OF POSITIONS 0 H 0 ,0. CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I FUND PROGRAM DEPARTMENT ACCOUNT INTRA VEHICLE & EQUIPMENT r.nl/O~' "I Nt. c:n~TS MAI>JTO>JANCE & REPAIR 20-22~ ]982-83 PROPOSED APPROVED ACCN CLASSIFICATION PROGRAM PROG RAM PROGRAM 7044 Equipment $ -0- $ -0- $ -0- 7045 Vehicles 6,000 47,800 49.240 TOTAL $ 6,000 $ 47,800 $ 49.240 ACTIVITY INFORMATJON VEHICLES (replacement) 3/4 ton pick-up w/hoist-replaces Unit #611 $ 15.500 3/4 ton pick-up w/tool boxes & pik rack- replaces unit 224 11.500 economy sedans-replaces units 315. 710 13.000 Roseman Gang mower (lease purchase) 9,240 TOTAL $ 49,240 . J.^_ I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I FUND PROGRAM DEPARTMENT ACCOUNT GENERAL OPERATING COSTS C ITV F AC I LI TIE S 01-245 1982-83 PROPOSED APPROVD CLASSIFICATION PROGRAM PROGRAl1 PROGRAM .. Sa lar i es S -O- S -O- S -0- Operations & Maintenance 209,346 221,283 221,283 Capital Outlay 41 ,115 2,500 2,500 GROSS COST TOTAL S 250,461 S 219,133 S 219,133 Transfers Out (250,461) (219,133) (219,133) NET TOTAL S -O- S -O- S -0- ACT I V!TY I NFORMATI ON -41- -42- CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I' I I I I 1 I I I I FUND PROGRAM DEPARTMENT ACCOUNT GENERAL OPERATI NG COSTS CITY FAC I L1TI ES 01-245 1982-83 PROPOSED APPROVED ACCN' CLASSIFICATION PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM 3900 Maintenance & Operations $ 104,204 $ 102,000 $ 106,650 6028 Contract Services (Leases & Rentals) 105,142 114,633 121,633 TOTAL $ 209,346 $ 216,633 $ 228,283 ACTIVITY I NFORMAT I ON UT I LI TIES E I ec t rica 1 $ 27,345 $ 28,999 Gas 7,566 8,021 Telephone 23,280 24;680 TOTAL $ 58,200 $ 61,700 CONTRACT SERVICES Additional space $ -0- $ 4,650 9340 A-E 35,172 34,968 9320 C 31,200 31,200 9360 D 7,884 4,080 Common Area Maintenance N/A 7,260 Alarm Service N/A 1,000 Janitorial 9,815 9,000 TOTAL $ 84.066 $ 92.158 COPY EQUIPMENT Rental/Lease $ 14,150 $ 28,350 Service Agreement 4.350 5,000 TOTAL $ 18,500 $ 33,350 MAIL EQUIPMENT Meter/Scale $ N/A $ 575 Maintenance N/A 200 TOTAL $ -O- S 775 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I FUND PRDGRAM DEPARTMENT ACCOUNT GENERAL OPERATING COSTS CITY FACILITIES 01-245 1982-83 PROPOSED APPROVED ACCN~ CLASSIFICATION PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM 7043 Building Improvements $ 3,500 $ -0- $ -0- 7044 Equipment 37,615 2,500 2,500 TOTAL $ 41,115 $ 2,500 $ 2,500 ACTIVITY I NFORMATI ON EQUIPMENT City Ha 11 Flags $ 300 $ 500 Telephone System Modification - addition of call sequence on main switchboard and 1 ine console for Community Develop- ment Department N/A 2,000 TOTAL S 300 $ 2,500 CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA -43- I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I FUND PROGRAM DEPARTMENT ACCOUNT GENERAL OPERATING COSTS BENEFITS OVERHEAD 01-265 1982-83 PROPOSED APPROVED CLASSIFICATION PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM .. Sa 1 ari es $ -0- $ -0- $ -0- Operation & Maintenance 928,667 659,058 676,198 Capital Outlay 452,852 -0- -0- GROSS COST TOTAL $1,381,519 $ 659,058 $ 676,198 Reserves - - 155,172 Department Overhead (1,381,519) (659,058 ) <752,904 ) NET TOTAL $ -0- $ -0- $ -0- ACTIVITY INFORMATION -44- FUND PROGRAM DEPARTMENT ACCOUNT GENERAL OPERATING COSTS PERSONNEL OVERHEAD 01-265 1982-83 PROPOSED APPROVED ACCNT CLASSIFICATION PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM 2015 Deferred compensation $ 38,916 $ 39,520 $ 40,838 3966 Long Term Disability/Life Ins. 24,171 27,555 27,555 3967 Dental Insurance 14',441 14,441 15,716 3065 Health Insurance 110,551 122,189 126,976 3963 Workers Compensation 55,389 60,825 60,825 3962 Unemployment Insurance 9,000 8,000 8,000 2075 Tuition Reimbursement 3,686 3.686 3,686 2076 Management Development 4.686 4,686 9,686 2028 Publ ic Employees Retirement Sys tem 257.206 299.385 304. 125 2014 Coffee Fund TOTAL 325 325 325 $ ~18 HI $ 580 612 ~ 5q7.7~2 ACTIVITY INFORMATION TRANSFERS Reserve for self funded insurance $ 76,706 Reserve for Unfunded Liabil ity/Vacation 15.045 Rese rve for Unfunded Liabil ity/Sick Leave 48.356 Reserve for injured on'Duty-Replacement 15,045 TOTAL $ 155.172 I I I I I I I I I II I I I I I I I I I I 45- I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I FUND PROGRAM DEPARTMENT ACCOUNT GENERAL OPERATI NG COSTS GENERAL OVERHEAD 01-285 1982-83 PROPOSED APPROVD CLASSIFICATION PROGRAM PROGRAM P ROG R,c..M ., Salaries $ -0- $ -0- $ -0- Operations & Matintenance 928,667 872,014 212,956 Capital Outlay 452,852 116,866 116,866 GROSS COST $1,381,519 $ 988,880 $ 329,822 Transfer of Cost (1,381,519 (988,880 (329,822 ) NET TOTAL $ -0- $ -0- $ -0- ACTIVITY INFORMATION -46- FUND PROGRAM DEPARTMENT ACCOUNT GENERAL OPERATI NG COSTS GENERAL OVERHEAD 01-285 1982-83 PROPOSED APPROVED ACCNT CLASS I F I CATI ON PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM 6028 Contract ServIces $ 110,774 $ 79,975 $ 79,975 3956 Dues (City) 8,500 8,500 8,500 3961 Liabil ity & Fire Insurance 113,131 124,481 124,481 Reserve for Capital Replacement 141,670 116,866 116,866 Civic Center Reserve 311,182 -0- -0- TOTAL $ 789,257 $ 329,822 $ 329,822 ACTIVITY INFORMATION CONTRACT SERVICES Legal Services $ 52,475 City Audit 15,500 Chamber of Commerce 12,000 TOTAL $ 79,975 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I -47- I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I ---,-~---- DEPARTMENT PROGRAM COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I COMMUNITY OEVELOPMENT COST SUMMARY % of DEPT. NO. DEPARTMENT GROSS COST GROSS COST 313 Comm. Dev-Admin. $ 129.799 10.50 333 Planning 578.900 46.84 353 Planning Commission 7.083 .57 373 Building & Safety 520.224 42. 09 Gross Cas t Tota 1 $ 1 .236.006 100.00% Less Transfers (122.716) 9.93% NET COST $1 .113.290 90.07% -48- I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I administration I I I I I I I I I I DEPARTMENTAL GOALS SUMMARY COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT ADMINISTRATION GOALS: 1. To implement policies and programs as directed by the City Manager, City Council and Planning Commission. 2. To continue to provide timely information and open communication which is essential in order to keep the City Manager and the City Council informed of signIficant local prOblems, programs and the prioritIes of the Department. A. Input to, and meetIng with, community groups when necessary. B. Preparation of comprehensive reports on a periodic basis for the City Manager, City Council land Planning Commission. 3. To continue efforts to foster a greater employee awaremenss of City problems, programs and priorities. A. The evaluation of progress made in reaching City and Department goals. I I I I I I I I I B. Increasing the frequency of written, informal communications with Division heads. C. Continued liaison and education between Division heads and their employees in goal awareness. 4. To provide timely information to the City Manager, City Council and Planning Commission concerning pending state, local and federal legislation which may have an impact upon the City. ~ -49- I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I . FUND PROGRAM DEPARTMENT ACCOUNT GENERAL COMMUN !TV DEVELOPMENT ADM I N I STRATI ON 01-313 1982-83 PROPOSED APPROVED CLASSIFICATION PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM -. Sa 1 ar ies $ 73.588 $ 73.452 $ 75.908 Operations & Maintenance 9,532 9.467 9.467 Capital Outlay 390 -0- -0- Benefits Overhead - - 31,826 . GROSS COST TOTAL $ 83,510 $ 82,919 $ 117,201 Department Overhead (83.510) (82,919) (117,201 ) NET COST TOTAL $ -0- $ -0- $ -0- ACT I V I TV I NFORMATI ON MISSION STATEMENT: To continue the achievement of effective implementation and accountability in the operations of Building and Safety, Engineering and Planning to the City Manager and City Council while maintaining the seperate professional idenity and distinct set of responsibil ities of each division. -50- FUND GENERAL FUNCTION COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT ADMINISTRATION 01-313 --' I I I I I I I' I I I Ii I I I I I I I I POSITIONS BUDGET 0 0 M "" UJ "" UJ 1983-84 1983-84 OO...J OOV'1 00> POSITION TITLE I UJ 10 10 N::> M"- M"" 1982-83 PROPOSED APPROVED OOUJ '"'0 ro"- cr....J CT\"" CT\"- BUDG ET BUDGET BUDGET - -"- -ct Community Development Director 1 1 1 $ 53.934 $ 54.336 $ 56.152 Admi n i strat i ve Secretary I 1 I 19.116 19.116 19.756 Overtime 538 -0- -0- TOTAL 2 2 2 $ 73.588 $ 73.452 $ 75.908 , -,1- CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I FUND PROGRAM DEPARTMENT ACCOUNT GENIoRAL COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT ADMINISTRATION 01-313 1982-83 PROPOSED APPROVED ACCNT CLASS I F I CAT! ON PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM 3100 Travel & Meetings S 4,000 S 4,150 S 4,150 3300 Mi leage 3,280 3,280 3,280 3900 Maintenance & Operations 750 750 750 3956 Dues 862 647 647 6028 Contract Services 640 640 640 TOTAL S 9,532 $ 9,467 $ 9,467 --- --=---- ACT 1 V ITY I NFORMAT ION DUES- 3956 Amer i can Inst. of Cert. Planners S 150 American Society of Public Admin. -0- I nt '1 City Mgrs. Assoc. -0- Nat '.1 Assoc. of Housing & Redevelopment Officials 100 Urban Land Institute 130 M i sce 11 aneous 217 I nternat i ona 1 Word Processing Association 50 TOTAL $ 647 TRAVEL & MEETINGS-3100 Nat '1 American Planning Assoc. $ 800 League of Cal if. Cities - General 650 Cal i fornia American Planning Assoc. 300 Planning Commission Institute 500 Local Meet i ngs 900 Council/Planning Comm. Pre-agenda meetings 1,000 TOTAL $ 4,150 -~2- I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I planning I I I I COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT PLANNING DIVISION GOALS STATEMENT 1983-1984 I I OBJECTIVES: I General City Planning Managmeent: Provide technical assistance to the City Council, City Planning Commission, Redevelopment Agency, Citizen Advisory Committee, general publ ie, as well as other City departments. I Provide assistance and coordination with other Local, Regional, State and Federal agencies. I Insure that all City Planning staff members keep abreast of cur- rent and pending City Planning legislation and their ultimate impact to the City. I Encourage and foster direct 1 ines of communication (both vertically and hor+zontally) between all City Planning Division staff members and other members of the Community Development Department, and other City departments and functions. I I Encourage and improve superior public relations and rapport with the general publ ie, community groups, and development representatives in the City. I Encourage and foster citizen participation in all aspects of the City Planning process. I Develop, review and update goals, objectives, policies and procedures to carry out City Council, City Planning Commission and Citizen Advisory Committee's directions. I Encourage and foster the cross-training of the Current and Advanced Planning staff for better work loak balance for the division and educaiton and. training of the division staff members. I Insure that all developments are in conformance with the General Plan, Development/Design Standards, Ordinances, and other appl j- cable City, State, and Federal regulations. I Insure that all developments are reviewed and approved in a timely, efficient, and comprehensive manner. I I -~~- Monitor, review, and update the Development Review process and appli- cable requirements in order to provide the most current and efficient and practical process. I I I I I I I I I I I I Page 2 , CURRENT PLANNING Encourage Specific Planning, Planned Communities, and Planned Develop- ments by adopting Design/Development guidelines and standards. Provide the general public and development representatives with the most current and complete developemnt 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 PALNNING Develop, monitor, review, and update the City's General Plan, Specifi'c. Plans, and Neighborhood Plans, and Redevelopment Plan and Redevelopment project planning. Provide the general publ ic and developemnt 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. I I I I I I I Monitor the CIty's involvement in all Federal, State, and County Grant programs. Coordinate the City's economic development and redevelopment activities with other State, County, and Local jurisdictions along with other City departments. Coordinate the City's energy conservation activities with other State, County, and local jurisdictions along with other City departments. I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I FUND PROGRAM DEPARTMENT ACCOUNT GENERAL COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT PLANNING 01-333 , 1982-83 PROPOSED APPROVED CLASSIFICATION PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM .. Salaries $ 287,353 $ 304,897 $ 314,682 Operations and Maintneance 51,450 54,950 72,950 Captial Out 1 ay 1,700 -0- -0- Benefits Overhead - - 127,151 General Overhead - - 55,324 Departmental Overhead - - 8,793 NET COST TOTAL $ 340,503 359,847 $ 578,900 ACTIVITY I NFORMAT I ON MISSION STATEMENT: Provide proficient City Planning ser~tces concerning the physcial economic, and social growth of the City to the City Council, City Planning Commission, as well as the general publ i c in a professional and efficient manner. -55- -56- CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT GENERAL COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT PLANNING 01-333 ; POSITIONS BUDGET Q Q "" -"" UJ -"" UJ 1983-84 1983-84 CO--l co", co> POSITION TITLE I UJ 10 '0 N> """- ""'" 1982-83 PROPOSED APPROVED COUJ coo 0:> "- 0'.--1 "'''' "'''- BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET - -"- -<C City Planner 1 1 1 $ 39.069 $ 38.900 $ 40.197 Senior Planner 2 2 2 61.326 61.420 63.468 Associate Planner 3 3 3 75.174 77.010 79.577 Assistant Planner 3 3 3 65.781 64.530 66.681 Community Code Representative 1 1 1 22,965 23.600 24.387 Secretary 1 1 1 14.039 14.800 15.294 Clerk Typist 2 2 2 13.331 13.220 13.661 Planning Aide - part-time 3/4 3/4 3/4 5.000 5.000 5..000 Part-t ime t t t 5.634 6.417 6.417 Planning Commission 5 0 0 3.000 -0- -0- l'f. TOTAL 191. 151. ltl. $ 287.358 $ 304.897 $ 314.682 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I FUND PROGRAM DEPARTMENT ACCOUNT GENERAL COMMUN ITV DEVELOPMENT PLANNING 01-333 ; 1982-83 PROPOSED APPROVED ACCNT CLASSIFICATION PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM 3900 Maintenance & Operations S 36,000 $ 3,100 $ 44,100 3100 Travel & Meetings 6,000 2,950 2,950 3300 Mi leage 3,650 3,700 3.700 b028 Contract Services 5,300 20,000 21.700 3956 Dues ~OO 500 500 TOTAL $ 51.450 $ 54,950 S 72.950 ACTIVITY I NFORMAT I ON TRAVEL & MEETINGS-3100 American Planninq Association S 500 National (I) 300 Cal ifornia (2) 650 League of Cal ifornia Cities General Meeting 300 Misc. Meetings/Seminars 1,200 TOTAL $ 2,950 DUES- 3956 American Planning Assoc. \3) $ 400 Arneri can Inst. of Architects 100 TOTAL S 500 CONTRACTS-6028 Weed Abatement S 15,000 Misc. Service ~, 100 TOTAL $ 21, 100 . -57- -53- CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I FUND PROGRAM DEPARTMENT ACCOUNT GENERAL COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT PLANNING 01-333 1982-83 PROPOSED APPROVED ACCN CLASSIFICATION PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM 7044 Equipment $ 1.700 $ -0- $ -0- TOTAL $ 1.700 $ -0- $ -0- ACTIVITY INFORMATION I . I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I _0 __=--- planning commission I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I FUND PROGRAM DEPARTMENT ACCOUNT GENERAL COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT PLANNING COMMISSION 01-353 , 1982-83 PROPOSED APPROVD CLASSIFICATION PROGRAM PROGRAM PROG RAM Sa lar i es $ -0- $ 4,200 $ 4,200 Operations and Maintenance -0- 2,200 2,200 Cap ita lOut 1 ay -0- -0- -0- GROSS COST TOTAL $ 6,400 $ 6,400 Departmental Overhead -0- (6,400) (6,400) - NET COST TOTAL $ -0- $ -0- $ -0- ACTIVITY INFORMATION -59- FUND GENERAL FUNCTION COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT PLANNING COMMISSION 01-353 I I II I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I POSITIONS BUDGET Q Q "" -"" UJ -"" UJ 1983-84 1983-84 00....1 00 Vl 00> POSITION TITLE I UJ '0 10 N> """- ""e< 1982-83 PROPOSED APPROVED OOUJ 000 00 "- 0".....1 "'e< "'''- BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET - -"- -<C Commissioners 5 5 5 $ -0- $ 4,200 $ 4,200 TOTAL 5 5 5 $ -0- $ 4,200 $ 4,200 -60- CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I FUND PROGRAM DEPARTMENT ACCOUNT GENERAL COMMUN !TY DEVELOPMENT PLANNING COMMISSION 01- 353 1982-83 PROPOSED APPROVEO ACCNT CLASSIFICATION PROGRAM PROGRAM PROG RAM 3100 Travel & Meetings $ -0- $ 2,200 $ 2,200 TOT AL $ -O- S 2,200 S 2,200 ACTIVITY INFORMATION 'L I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I building & safety I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I DEPARTMENTAL GOALS SUMMARY COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT BUILDING AND SAFETY DIVISION 1983-1984 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 facil itate 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 ima~e of the Building and Safety Division as a service organ i zat ion. 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. I I I I -62- I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I FUND PROGRAM DEPARTMENT ACCOUNT GENERAL COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BUILDING & SAFETY 01-373 1982-83 PROPOSED APPROVED CLASSIFICATION PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM Salaries $ 233.499 $ 239.349 $ 252.382 Operat ions and Maintenance 24.220 111.510 106.510 Capital Outlay 400 -0- -0- Benefits Overhead - - 103.721 General Overhead - - 49.708 Departmental Overhead - - 7.902 NET COST TOTAL $ 258.119 $ 350.859 $ 520.223 ~~ ACTIVITY I ~IFORMAT I ON MISSION STATEMENT: To provide high quality, professional building construction and community safety services to the citizens of Rancho Cucamonga. -f',l.- FUND GENERAL FUNCTION COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT BUILDING & SAFETY 01-373 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I POSITIONS BUDGET Q Q .... -'T w.J -'Tw.J POSITION TITLE co....! co VI co> 1983-84 1983-84 I w.J 10 10 N> ...."- ....'" 1982-83 PROPOSED APPROVED cow.J coo ro "- cr....! ""'" """- BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET - -"- -00: Building Official 1 1 1 $ 39,101 $ 39,396 $ 40,710 Building Inspector Supervisor 1 1 1 28,435 28,488 29,438 Plan Check Engineer 1 1 1 26,442 27,108 28,012 Engineering Technician 1 1 1 18,654 19,116 19,805 Bu i 1 ding Inspector 4 4 4 95,211 95,964 99,164 ~= ,,- Clerk Typist 2 2 2 25,656 25,656 26,512 Contingency for step increase 3,621 3,742 Overtime 5,000 TOTAL 10 10 10 $ 233,499 $ 239,349 $252,383 CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA -b4- I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I FUND PROGRAM DEPARTMENT ACCOUNT GENERAL COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BUILDING & SAFETY 01 - 373 1982-83 PROPOSED APPROVED ACCNT CLASSIFICATION PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM 3100 Travel & Meetlngs $ 1,&00 $ 1,450 $ 1,450 3300 Mil ea ge 2,400 2,400 2,400 3900 Maintenance & Operations 2,600 2,000 2,000 3~56 Dues 320 360 360 6028 Contract Services 17,300 105,300 100,300 TOTAL $ 24,220 $111,510 $106,510 ACTIVITY INFORMATION TRAVEL & MEETINGS-3100 California Building Officials(Sacramento) $ 350 $ 350 Local Meetings 400 400 I nt '1 Conf. of Building Officials (San Antonio, Texas) 850 700 TOTAL $ 1,600 $ 1,450 DUES-3956 I nt' 1 Conf. of Building Officials $ 120 $ 120 Int'l Assoc. of Mech. & Plumbing Officials 50 75 Foothi 11 Chapter-Int'l Conf. of Bldg. Officials 25 25 Citrus Be I t Chapter-I nt '1 Conf. of Bldg. OffIcials 45 45 Cal if. Building Officials 80 95 TOTAL $ 320 $ 360 CONTRACT SERVICES-6028 Plan Check $ 60,000 Base Maps (1st year program) 28,000 TOTAL $ 88,000 I -65- CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I FUND PROGRAM DEPARTMENT ACCOUNT GENERAL COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BUILDING & SAFETY 01-373 , 1982-83 PROPOSED APPROVED ACCN' CLASSIFICATION PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM 7044 Equ i prnen t $ 400 $ -0- $ -0- TOTAL $ 400 $ -0- $ -0- ACTIVITY INFORMATION -66- I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I DEPARTMENT PROGRAM PUBLIC SAFETY I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I PUBL I C SAFETY COST SUMMARY DEPT. NO. % OF DEPARTMENT GROSS COST GROSS COST Sheriff's Dept. $ 3,665,817 100.00 Less Transfers -0- -0- NET COST $ 3,665,817 100.00% 451 ,~ I I I DEPARTMENTAL GOALS SUMMARY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT 1983-1984 I GOALS: I 1. To provide traffic enforcement in an effort to minimize the loss of lives by reducing traffic injury accidents by 8 percent by June 30, 1984. A. By util izing planning and research to identify the most hazardous areas in the City, and then employ selective enforcement. B. Increase enforcement through schedul ing during peak hours for persons driving under the influence and increase the deputy awareness in identifying drunk drivers. C. Increase citizen awareness program regarding traffic hazards and enforcement goals through personal contacts, group meetings and the media. I I I I 2. To reduce by ten percent the high burglary A. By accelerating the community service by via Neighborhood Watch Programs in B. Promote more educational programs and when needed at commercial business by rate by June 3D, 1984. officers' citizen contacts the community. conduct on-sight assistance the community service officer. I I 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 I imit juvenile burglaries committed during school hours. I I I 3. To reduce the average response time to law enforcement officers to eight minutes by June 30, 1984. 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. I I I I I -68- I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I PUBLIC SAFETY LAW ENFORCEMENT SERVICES CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA 1983-84 (Summa ry) SERV I CE Total Unit Costs COSTS (1) $1,791,507 381.114 339,040 $2,51\ ,661 10 - General Law Patrol Units 4 - Traffic Patrol Units 5 - Detective Units SUPPORT SERVICE Equipment Personnel Misc. County Direct Cost $ 5.900(2) 168~ 4,000 29,061 (3) Total Support Service $ 207,953 TOTAL CONTRACT $2,719,614 Con t i ngency fo r memerandum of understanding $ 75,000 $2,794.614 TOTAL Costs to be paid directly by the City: Contracts Utilities Personnel Unit Maint. & Operation Meetings & Dues Mi sc. TOTAL $ 71.352 38,244 202,071 160,841 2.540 8,830 $ 483.878 $ 483.878 Total Law Enforcement Services Costs $3,278,492 (1) These costs subject to change due to memorandum of understanding (2) Does not include Fuel and Maintenance (3) I nc 1 udes 1 i ab i I i ty i nsu rance and personne I bond i ng -69- PUBLIC SAFETY LAW ENFORCEMENT SERVICES CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA FIELD SERVICE 5 - 168 hr General Law Patrol Units I - 112 hr General Law Patrol Unit 2 - 80 hr General Law Patrol Units 2 - 80 hr Traffic Patrol Units 2 - 40 hr Traffic Patrol Units 1 - 56 hr General Law Patrol Unit I - 40 hr General Law Patrol Unit 5 - 40 hr Detective Units Total Patrol Unit Costs SUPPORT SERVICE Radio Dispatchers Sergeant's Marked Unit Travel Expense Captain and Car Secretary II Safety Unit Extra Help Senior Deputy Differential Clerk/Supervisor differential Total Support Service ADDITIONAL SERVICES County Direct Costs Total Additional Servo TOTAL CONTRACT COSTS Contingency for memorandum of understanding GRAND TOTAL 1983-84 Cos t C1) $1,285,120 185,597 168,390 252,586 128,528 88, 136 64,264 339,040 $2,511,661 ~ -:-=-- $ 61,719 5,900 4,000 62,614 22,630 10,358 10,695 976 $ 178,892 $ 29,061 $ 29,061 $2,719,614 $ 75,000 $2,794,614 (1) Proposed subject to change due to memorandum of understanding (2) Does not include fuel and maintenance (see non-contract costs) (3) Includes liabi 1 ity insurance and personnel bonding -"10- (2) (2) I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I PUBLIC SAFETY LAW ENFORCEMENT SERVICES CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA These costs to be paid by the City of Rancho Cucamonga directly: CONTRACTS $ 26,640 44,712 Building Communications Equipment $ 71,352 UTILITIES $ 38,244 PERSONNEL Pol ice Clerks (includes fringe) Cross ing Guards Overtime (sheriff personnel) $ 75,413 20,739 105,919 $202,071 VEHICLE UNIT OPERATING COSTS Gaso line Ma i ntenan~e $ 93,993 66,848 $160,841 OFFICE SUPPLIES/MISC. COSTS Maintenance Suppl ies $ 7,830 Crime Prevention Material 1,000 S 8,830 MEETINGS & DUES West End Ch i efs $ 90 Kiwanis 75 Crime Prevention 500 FBI Seminars 475 Reserve Installation Dinner 1,300 Mi sc. 100 $ 2,540 $ 2,540 TOTAL NON CONTRACT COSTS $483,878 " ~. I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I DEPARTMENT PROGRAM COMMUNITY SERVICES I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I COMMUNITY SERVICES COST SUMMARY 532 562 563 DEPARTMENT GROSS COST Com Serv Admin $ 226,051 Recreat ion 161,471 Contract Recreation 220,885 $ 608,407 LES TRANSFERS (226,051 ) TOTAL $ 382,356 % OF GROSS COST DEPT NO. 37.15 26.54 36.31 100.00% 37.15 62.85% I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I administration I I I DEPARTMENTAL GOALS SUMMARY COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT 1983-1984 I GOALS: I I 1. To provide quality recreation opportunities for the citizens of Rancho Cucamonga. A. Implementing the park element of the General Plan through the acquisition and development of recreation facilities within the City as aggressively as financial constraints allow. 8. 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" ana 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. I I I I 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 JlRecreation Newsll portion of the Grapevine. 8. Operating information and referral services. C. Conducting courses in CPR and first aid. I I I 3. To develop and implement in concert with other publ ic agencies serving Rancho Cucamonga, a comprehensive disaster preparedness plan. I I 4. To provide continued support to the Historic Preservation Commission. 5. To maintain a flexible departmental posture to address "special projects" as directed by the City Council and City Manager. I 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. I I I _"7")_ FUND GENERAL FUNCTION COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT ADMINISTRATION 01-532 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I POSITIONS BUDGET 0 0 <""\ ~w.J ~w.J 1983-84 1983-84 CO-l co", co> POSITION TITLE ' w.J '0 10 N> <""\"- <""\'" 1982-83 PROPOSED APPROVED COw.J coo co "- <T-I "'''' "'''- BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET - -"- -c:: Community Services Director 1 1 1 $ 40,298 $ 40,392 $ 41,739 Park Planner 0 1 1 -0- 13,374 13,374 Adm i n i s t rat i ve Secretary 1 1 1 19,116 19,116 19,754 Clerk Typist I 1 I 8,728 14,172 14,645 Pa rt- time -0- 22,010 22,744 TOTAL 3 4 4 $ 68,142 $ 95,690 $112,256 -75- CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I FUND PRDGRAM DEPARTMENT ACCOUNT GENERAL COMMUNITY SERVICES AOMINISTRATION 01-532 1982-83 PROPOSED APPROVEO ACCNT CLASSIFICATION PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM 3900 Maintenance & Operation $ 62,350 $ 40,070 $ 40,070 3100 Travel & Meet i ngs 1,350 1,185 1,185 3300 Mi 1eage 2,500 2,450 2,450 6028 Contract Services 10,150 10,455 10,455 3956 Dues 250 175 175 TOTAL $ 76,600 $ 54,335 $ 54,335 ACTIVITY INFORMATION TRAVEL & MEETINGS-3100 Cal if. Park & Rec. Society Conf. $ 400 Nat'l Rec. & Park Assoc. Conf. 710 Local Meetings 75 TOTAL $ 1,185 DUES- 3956 Nat'l Rec. & Parks Assoc. $ 100 Ca1 if. Park & Rec. Society 75 Local Organizations -0- TOTAL $ 175 -7f..- FUND PROGRAM OEPARTMENT ACCOUNT GENERAL COMMUNITY SERVICES ADMINISTRATION 01-532 ; 1982-83 PROPOSED APPROVED ACCNT CLASSIFICATION PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM . 7044 Equipment S -o- S 3,550 S 3,550 TOTAL S -O- S 3.550 S 3.550 ACTIVITY INFORMATION Equipment - 7044 Telephone Installation Office Furniture Drafting Equipment TOTAL S 3.550 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I -77- I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I recreation I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I FUND PROGRAM DEPARTMENT ACCOUNT GENERAL COMMUNITY SERVICES RECREATION 01 - 562 1982-83 PROPOSED APPROVED CLASS 1 F 1 CAT! ON PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM Salaries $ 98,645 $ 81,537 $ 84,256 Operat ions & Maintenance 5,775 20,110 20,110 Capital Outlay 5,775 -0- -0- Benefits Overhead - - 17,965 General Overhead - - 13,144 Department Overhead - - 25,996 NET COST TOTAL $110,195 $ 1 1 0 , 647 $161,471 ACT I V I TY I NFORMAT I ON -78- FUND GENERAL FUNCTION COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY RECREATION ACCOUNT 01 - 562 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I POSITIONS BUDGET 0 0 r<"> -'l"w.J -'l"w.J 1983-84 1983-84 co-' COV"l co> POSITION TITLE ' w.J '0 10 N> r<">"- r<">a: 1982-83 PROPOSED APPROVED COw.J CDO 00"- 0-.-' ",a: "'''- BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET - -"- -<l: Recreat Ion Supervisor 2 2 2 $ 38,564 $ 40,176 $ 41,516 Part-t ime 60,081 40,071 41,407 Mer i t Increase Contingency -O- J ,290 1,333 TOTAL 2 2 2 $ 98,645 $ 81,537 $ 84,256 =7Q_ CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA I . . -. . . . . . . I I I I . I I I I FUND PROGRAM DEPARTMENT ACCOUNT GENERAL COMMUNITY SERVICES RECREATION 01-562 1982-83 PROPOSED APPROV ED ACCNT CLASSIFICATION PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM 3900 Maintenance & Operations $ 5.475 $ 19.745 $ 19.745 3100 Trave 1 & Meetings 200 210 210 3300 Mi leage 100 50 50 3956 Dues -0- 105 105 TOTAL $ 5.775 $ 20.110 $ 20.110 - - ~-- ACTIVITY INFORMATION TRAVEL & MEETINGS-3100 $ 210 DUES-3956 California Park & Rec. Society (2) $ 75 So. Ca. Municipal Athletic Federation (2) 30 TOTAL $ 105 -RO- CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I FUND PROGRAM DEPARTMENT ACCOUNT GENERAL COMMUN !TY SERVICES RECREAT I O~l 01-562 ACCN' 1982-83 PROPOSEO APPROVED CLASSIFICATION PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM 7043 Sui lding Improvements S 1,700 S -O- S -0- 7044 Equipment 4,075 -0- -0- TOTAL 5 5,775 S -O- S -0- ACTIVITY I NFORMATJ ON --.~ I n. I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Contract Recreation I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I FUND PROGRAM DEPARTMENT ACCOUNT RECREATION COMMUNITY SERVICES CONTRACT RECREATION 10-567 1982-83 PROPOSED APPROVED CLASSIFICATION PROG RAM PROGRAM PROGR~.M Salaries $ -0- $ 7,500 $ 7,500 Operations & Maintenance 76.778 132,653 132,653 Cap i ta I Ou t 1 ay 5,775 17,262 27,133 General Overhead - - 17,981 Departmental Overhead 35.558 NET COST TOTAL $ 82,553 $157,415 $220,885 -,.~ ACTIVITY I NFORMAT i ON -82- FUND RECREATION FUNCTI ON CDMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT CONTRACT RECREATION 10-563 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I POSITIONS BUDGET 0 0 "" -'l" UJ -'l" UJ POSITION TITLE CO....l CO V> co :> 1983-84 1983-84 I UJ 10 10 N:> ""0.. ""0:: 1982-83 PROPOSED APPROVED COUJ coo co 0.. a-.....l "'0:: "'0.. BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET - -0.. -<( Part-t ime - - - S -O- S 7.500 S 7,500 TOTAL - - - S -O- S 7,500 I S 7,500 -83- CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I FUND PROGRAM DEPARTMENT ACCOUNT RECREATION SERV ICES & SUPPLIES RECREATION SERVICES 10"563 1982-83 PROPOSED APPROVED ACCNT CLASSIFICATION PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM 6028 Contract Services $ 69,278 $ 122,153 $ 122,153 3900 Material & Suppl ies 7,500 10,500 10,500 TOTAL $ 76,778 $ 132,653 $ 132,653 ACTIVITY INFORMATION -84- -85- CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I FUND PROGRAM DEPARTMENT ACCOUNT RECREATION CAPITAL RECREATION SERVICES 10-563 ! I 1982-83 PROPOSED APPROVED ACCN" CLASSIFICATION PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM 7043 Building Improvements $ 1.700 $ 7,800 $ 7,800 7044 Equipment 4,075 9.462 19.393 TOTAL $ 5,775 $ 1 7,262 $ 27,193 ACTIVITY I NFORMAT JON --.-.--- BUILDING IMPROVEMENTS Installation of sink, counter and cabinets at RCNC $ 7.800 EQUIPMENT Audio-visual equipment (f i xed and portable) $ 6,600 Card tables (10) 312 Chairs {25) 660 Tables - 8 foot folding (10) 700 Fi Ie Cabi net (1) 250 Floor Buffer - 16 inch 940 Computer enhancements 9,931 TOTAL $ 19,393 I I I I I I I I I I PUBLIC WORKS I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I DEPT. NO. I 637 I 647/657 I I I I I I I I I I PUBL I C WORKS COST SUMMARY % OF DEPARTMENT GROSS COST GROSS COST Engineering $ 806.061 10.19 Streets/Parks 1.577.814 19.94 Capital Projects 5.528,442 69.87 GROSS COST $7.912,317 100.00% -86- I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I engineering 1. To improve overall division efficiency, communication and provide supportive environment for employee functioning and development. A. By holding regular monthly division staff meetings to improve communication and resolution of division problems. B. By developing individual employee growth programs involving division rotation, training and overall division and employee accomplishment of mutual goals and objectives. _,____ C. By improving community relations programs by better communications on City activities and project development. 2. To maintain current processing times for land division, development review and plan check services while improving development and construction standards. A. By maintaining parcel map processing time of three (3) months. B. By maintaining tract map processing time to optimum time of five (5) months of City processing. C. By insuring maximum plan check turnaround time of two (2) weeks. D. By maintaining City standard drawings and specifications. E. By refining the survey records system for replacement tract maps, parcel maps, records of surveys, bench marks and intersection ties. 3. To provide responsive inspection services in order to enforce high qual ityconstruction standards uniformly throughout the community. By delineating clear City Construction standards which can be understood by inspection staff and administered uniformly. By strictly enforcing utility trench repair completion within a twenty-one (21) day maximum I imitation to City standards. By insuring strict compl iance with traffic control practices through quarterly review of construction practices. By improving all inspection records to insure accessible daily inspection entries on active construction. I I I I I GOALS: I I I I I I I I I A. B. C. D. 4. To to A. I I I I I DEPARTMENTAL GOALS SUMMARY COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT ENGINEERING DIVISION 1983-1984 complete development of a complete traffic surveil lance system improve traffic efficiency and reduce accident rates. 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. -87- ENGINEERING DIVISION Page 2 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 tra i 1 s and safe routes to school study. G. By development of a Traffic Systems Management Program. 5. Maintain long range Capital Improvements Porgram and to quickly and efficiently construct 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 uti lization of maintenance resources to provide the most cost effective maintenance of street, strom 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. -88 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I FUND PROGRAM DEPARTMENT ACCDUNT GENERAL PUBL I C WORKS ENGINEERING D 1-637 1982-83 PROPOSED APPROV D CLASSIFICATION PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM Salaries $ 367.647 $ 400,053 $ 413,558 Operat ions & Maintenance 103.115 128.440 128.1140 Capital Outlay 3.500 3.500 3,500 Bene fits Ove rhead - - 171,297. General Overhead - - 77 .022 Department Overhead 12.244 NET COST TOTAL S 474.262 S 531,993 S 806,061 ACTIVITY I NFORMAT I ON 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. -89- FUND GENERAL FUNCTION PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT DR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT ENGINEERING 01-637 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I POS IT IONS BUDGET 0 0 "" -7W -7W 1983-84 1983-84 OO-l 00'" 00:> POSITION TITLE . W '0 '0 N:> ""a.. ""'" 1982-83 PROPOSED APPROVED oow coo roo.. O"'.-l 0"\'" 0"\0.. BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET - -a.. -<t City Engineer 1 1 1 $ 44,520 $ 44,628 $ 46,140 Sr. Civi 1 Engineer 1 I 1 35,586 36,564 37,783 Publ ic Works Engineer 1 I 1 33,258 34,776 35,936 Associate Civi I Engineer 2 2 2 61,204 57,384 59,607 Assistant Civil Engineer 2 3 3 51,408 80,748 83,440 ~~ f- Engineering Technician 3 3 3 38,928 55,464 (1) 57.313 Pub 1 Ie Works I nspec to r 3 3 3 46,271 68,076 70,346 Secretary I 1 I 15,660 15,660 16,182 Traffic Analyst 1 0 0 25,792 -0- -0- Part-time 2 0 0 10,020 -0- -0- Overt ime 5,000 5,000 5.000 Step Increase Cont i ngency -0- 1,753 1,811 (1) One Engineering Tech. position to be funded from RDA TOTAL 17 15 15 $ 367,647 $ 400,053 $ 413,558 CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA -~O-- I . . .. . . . . . . I . I . . I . . . FUND PROGRAM DEPARTMENT ACCOUNT GENERAL PU BLI C WORKS ENG I NEER I NG 01-637 1982-83 PROPOSED APPROVED ACCNT CLASSIFICATION PROG RAM PROGRAM PROGRAM 3900 Maintenance & ope rat ions $ 5,000 $ 5,125 $ 5,125 3100 Travel & Meetings 1,800 2,000 2,000 3300 Mi leage 250 250 250 6028 Contract Services 95.500 120.500 120,500 3956 Dues 565 565 565 TOTAL $ 103,115 $ 128,440 $ 128,440 - .~ . ACTIVITY I NFORMATI ON TRAVEL & MEETINGS-3100 League of Cal ifornia C it i es $ 500 $ 650 Traffic Engrs. Ins t. 100 100 City Eng i neers 200 200 Local Meet i ngs 500 350 League of Cities-Publ ic Wo rks 400 700 TOTAL $ 1,800 $ 2,000 CONTRACT SERVICES-6028 Plan Check S 95,000 $ 120,000 Off i ce Equ i pment 500 500 TOTAL S 95,500 $ 120.500 DUES-3956 Am. Public Works Assoc S 150 Inst. of Traffic Engineers 120 City & County Engineers 20 Riverside-San Bernardino Traffic Eng rs . 10 St. Supt. & Maint. Assoc. 35 I nt 11 Society Arbor Culture 35 M i sce 11 aneous 1'i5 TOTAL $ 565 -ql- FUND PROGRAM DEPARTMENT ACCOUNT GENERAL PUBLI C WORKS ENGINEERING 01-637 ! 1982-83 PROPOSED APPROVED ACCN CLASSIFICATION PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM 7044 Equipment $ 3.500 $ 3.500 $ 3.500 TOTAL $ 3.500 $ 3.500 $ 3.500 ACTIVITY INFORMATION _0 _~...... Miscellaneous Field Equipment $ 3.500 CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA II I I, I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I -92- r I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I public works I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I FUND PROGRAM DEPARTMENT ACCOUNT GENERAL PUBL I C WORKS STREETS/PARKS 647/657 1982-83 PROPOSED APPROVED CLASSIFICATION PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM Sa I a r i es $ 189,697 $ 212,898 $ 219,663 Operations & Maintenance 1,082,200 1,084,400 1,084,400 Capital Outlay 5,200 5,100 11,100 Benefits Overhead - - 87,906 General Overhead - - 1 50 , 773 Department Overhead - - 23,967 TOTAL $1,277,097 $1 ,302,398 $1,577,814 - ACTIVITY INFORMATION -'33- FUND GENERAL FUNCTION PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT STREETS/PARKS 647/657 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I POSITIONS BUDGET '" '" '" ~UJ ~UJ 1983-84 1983-84 CO-, co <I> co::> POSITION TITLE I UJ 10 10 N::> "'0- "'''' 1982-83 PROPOSED APPROVED COUJ coo 000- <7'-' "'''' "'0- BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET - _0- -<l; Maintenance Superintendent 1 1 1 $ 26,976 $ 28,488 $ 29,438 Maintenance Worker II 4 3 3 78,034 61,812 63,873 Maintenance Worker I 6 7 7 77,187 109,332 112,977 Overt ime 6,000 10,000 10,000 Part-t ime 1,500 -0- -0- Step Increase Contingency -0- 3,266 3,375 TOTAL 11 11 11 $ 189,697 $ 212,898 $ 219,663 -94- CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I FUND PROGRAM OEPARTMENT ACCOUNT GENERAL PUBL I C WORKS STREETS/PARKS 647/657 T 1982-83 PROPOSED APPROVED ACCNT CLASS I F I CAT! ON PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM 3900 Maintenance & Operations $ 186,800 $ 123,000 $ 123,000 3100 Travel & Meetings 200 200 200 6028 Contract Services 470,000 536,000 536,000 6040 S tree t Lighting 425,000 425,000 425,000 3956 Dues 200 200 200 TOTAL $ I ,082,200 $1,084,400 $1,084,400 --,...::=:=--- ACTIVITY INFORMATION CONTRACT SERVICES-6028 Equipment rental (Owner/Contractor operated) $ 15,000 Street Sweeping 30,000 Shoulder Grading 2,000 Storm Operations 5,000 Tree Trimming (1) 89,000 Traffic Striping 60,000 Signal Maintenance 60,000 Equipment Patching 60,000 Concrete Repair 20,000 Parkway Maitnenance 140,000 Parkway Weed Control 30,000 Dump Fees 15,000 Fence Repair & Grate Fabr i cat i on 5,000 TOTAL $ 531,000 (1) $34,000 for exclusive use of city-wide windrow tree trimming -'35- FUND PROGRAM DEPARTMENT ACCOUNT GENERAL PUBL I C WORKS STREETS/PARKS 647/657 , 1982-83 PROPOSED APPROVED ACCNT CLASS IFICATlON PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM 6043 Bu i 1 ding Improvements $ 1,200 $ 6,000 $ 6,000 6044 Equipment 4,000 5,100 5,100 TOT AL $ 5,200 $ 11,100 $ 11,100 ACTIVITY INFORMATION EQU I PMENT-6044 Emergency Generator $ 1,500 Emergency raingear SOD Compressor pneumatic post pounder 2,000 Auger 1,100 Sub Tota 1 $ 5,100 SITE IMPROVEMENTS-6043 6th Street Dump Fence S 6,000 TOTAL S 11,100 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I -96~ I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM I I I I I I I I I I PROGRAM FOR CO~frillNITY IMPROVEMENTS 1.983 - 84 PROGR.o\H TITLES PROGRAM DESCRIPTION Archibald Avenue Resurface and reconstruction from Fourth St. to Baseline Road. Hellman Avenue Widen and reconstruct San Bernardino Road to Southern Pacific Railroad . Carnelian Beautification Landscape and irrigation of Carnelian from Baseline to Hillside Baseline Beautification Landscape and improve Baseline Rd. from west city limit to Carnelian Street Fourth Street and Archibald Traffic signal installation Sidewalks From Baseline Road to Alta Lorna Junior High School I I I I I I I I I PROGRA~ COSTS $1,200,820 FC~DI~G SOGRCE(S)FAU, Beautification Fund, CDBG (Jobs Bill) S.B. 821 -97- I PROGRAM FOR COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENTS 1.983 - 84 I I PROGRAH TITLES PROGRAM DESCRIPTION I Foothill Blvd. and Hellman Ave. Widen, drainage and traffic signals I Baseline Road Widen, reconstruction and resurface Baseline Rd. from Teak Way to Ivy Lane. I Etiwanda Ave. to I-IS, reconstruct and improve drainage I Resurface from Garnet to Carnelian I Grove Avenue Hodernize R.R. crossing signal, widen Grove from Eighth St. to Foothill Blvd. I Hermosa At Alta Lorna Basin; widen and realign Arrow Route Resurface between Grove and Archibald I Church Street Resurface between Hellman and Archibald San Bernardino Road Resurface between Hellman and Archibald I Ninth St reet Reconstruction and resurfacing between Grove and Archibald I Baker Avenue Resurface between 8th St. and Foothill Vineyard Resurface between Carnelian and Baseline I East Avenue Reconstruction from Highland Ave. to Summit I Highland Avenue Resurface between Hermosa and the Alta Loma Channel Lemon Avenue Resurface 600' east of Hermosa to Haven Ave. I Archibald Avenue Resurface between Lemon and Banyon I Amethyst Avenue Resurface and reconstruction between Nineteenth and Banyan I PROGR.\~1 COSTS (next page) F'''.,'DI~.G SOURCE(S) C Gas Tax, SB 325, Systems Development Fund I I -93- I I I I I PROGRAM FOR COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENTS 1}83 - 84 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I PROGR.'IH TITLES PROGRJU~ DESCRIPTION Carnelian and Lemon Traffic signal installation 19th and Archibald Traffic signal installation Foothill Blvd. at Archibald and Vineyard Traffic signal modificationO-eft hand turn bays) Baseline Rd. & Vineyard Avenue Traffic signals Alley reconstruction slo Foothill, Malachite to Ramona, nlo Arrow, Avenida Leon to Hellman Ave., elo Hellman, Baseline to La Mesa, elo Archibald, Devon to Hampshire Residential street resurfacing Garnet, Agate, Roberds nlo Baseline Rd. Malachite, Leucite, Klusman, Jadeite, Devon to Hampshire Sapphire Street sidewalks Various locations, Banyan to Hillside PROGR,\~: COSTS $2,491,144 FUNDING SOURCE(S) Gas Tax, SB 325, Systems Development Fund -99- . PROGRAM TITLES Heritage Park Cucamonga Creek/Demens Arrow Park Vineyard Park Church Street Park -100- PROGRAM FOR COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENTS 1983 - 84 PROG~~ DESCRIPTIO~ Design & Grading 50/50 share program with Army Corps of Engineers for full facility development Adjacent road improvements and park site development Design, engineering and first phase construction Joint City, Developer venture for park development PROGRA~! COSTS $949,367 FeNDING SOeRCE(S) Park Development Fund, Park Bond I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I PROGRAM FOR CO~frillNITY IMPROVEMENTS 1;183 - 84 PROG~~l TITLES PROGRA.~ DESCRIPTION Alta Lorna Channel Contribution to Assessment District 82-2. Alta Lorna Basin to Almond St. Beryl - Hellman storm drain Hellman to Alta Lorna Park ltinor drainage improvements various locations Fee reimbursements various Hermosa - Turner storm drain Foothill Blvd. to Alta Loma basins - design I I Day Creek Design studys I I I I I I I I I PROG&\~ COSTS $697,671 n::mINC SOt;RCE(S) Drainage Fund -101- I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I SPECIAL FUNDS I FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT REVENUE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT SHARES SHARING REVENUE WITH LOCAL GOVERN. PUBLIC SAFETY 01-40 1982-83 PROPOSED APPROVED BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Amount available from E.P. 14 $ 311;3.285 $ 343,285 $ 343.285 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 Hunicipal Revenues Over Previous Year IT 1975-76 $ 190,877,521 04% -- IT 1976-77 210,064,764 04% 10% IT 1977-78 219,800,214 03% 04% IT 1978-79 227,351,292 03% 03% IT 1979-80 236,695,093 03% 04% -102- FUND PROGRAM DEPARTMENT ACCOUNT TRAFFIC SAFETY PUBLI C SAFETY TRAFF I C SAFETY 02 f 1982-83 PROPOSED APPROVED CLASSIFICATION PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM Salaries Serv i ce and Supp 1 i es $ 95,000 $ 110,000 $ 110,000 Capital Outlay PROGRAM TOTAL $ 95,000 $ 110,000 $ 110,000 "-"--......... ACTIVITY I NFORMAT I ON Under the prOVISions of Scetion 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 cont ro 1 devices, equipment for traffic enforcement, and the maintenance, improvement, or construction of City streets, bridges and culverts. I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I -103- I FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT CITY STREETS MAINTENANCE GAS TAX & REPAIR ENGINEERING/PUBLIC WORKS 05 , 1982-83 PROPOSED APPROVED BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Amount Available for Community Projects $ 556,444 $ 890,416 $ 890,416 GASOLINE TAXES Authority: (allocation Sections 2106, 2107, and 2107.5 of the Streets and Highways Code 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 under 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 9~ per gallon. Cities and counties will receive l~ 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 l~ 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. -104- I FUllD FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT PARK PARK ACQUISITION DEVELOPMENT & DEVELOPMENT COMMUNITY SERIVCES 41-50 1982-8-3 PROPOSED APPROVED BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET I I Amount Available for Park Development $ li33,020 $ 774,028 $ 774,028 I Residential .Park Development Fees (Quimby Act; Parkland Dedication In Lieu Fees) I Authority: Section 66477 of the Government Code Administering Agency: City I 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 irgeneral 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 SO 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. I I I I I I 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. I I I I I I I -105- I FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT DRAINAGE FACILITIES DRAINAGE DEVELOPMENT ENGINEERING/PUBLIC WORKS 45 1982-83 PROPOSED APPROVED BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Amount Available for Community Projects $ 7.03,116 $ 697,671 $697,671 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. -106- FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT GRANTS PUBLIC IMPROVEMENTS VARIOUS 47 Hf 1982-83 PROPOSED APPROVED BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET . I I I Amount available for Community Programs $ 477.726 $ 722.726 $ 722,726 I Grants involve a transfer of funds from another agency, generally another governmental agency, to a city. Grants are generally of two types, categorical and ge~eral. Categorical grants are designed to meet specific needs, such as sewage, dlsposal 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. I I 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. I I I I 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 II 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. I I Yield and Growth: Federal Grants (excluding general revenue sharing) II % 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%) IT 1979-80 834,877 ,846 12% (11%) I I I -107- I I I FUND FUNCTION DEPARTMENT OR ACTIVITY ACCOUNT ASSESSMENT COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENTS PUBLIC WORKS/ENGINEERING 48-49 1982-83 PROPOSED APPROVED BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Amount Available for Community Projects $ $' 46,826 $: 46,826 + -0- 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- -108- I Sepcial Assessments page 2 I 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. I I 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. I 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. I SUBDIVISION MAP ACT REQUIREMENTS I 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). I I I I I I I I I I I I _1no_ I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I --.c -=-_ SPENDING LIMITATION ANAL YSIS I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I SPENDING LIMITATION CALCULATIONS 1981 - 1982 1979-1980 PCI Change Population Change: 10.17% 9.94% or or 1.1017 1.0994 1.1017 x 1.0994 = 1.211 (C) 1980-1981 PCI Change Population Change: 12.11% 12.70% or or 1.1211 1.1270 1.1211 x 1.1270 1. 2635 (F) 1980-1981 Limit CxF=G 1. 211 x 1. 2635 1.53 (G) (two year ratio of change) 1981-1982 Limit PCl Change: Population Change: 9.12% 4.93% or or 1. 0912 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 ., n -,,~ I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 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. -111- I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I SPENDING LIMITATION CALCULATION 1983 - 1984 Spending Limitation for 1982-83 $ 9,180,093 Factors for determining 1983-84 Spending Limitation % Pupulation = 2.00% % C.P. I. = 6.79% Tatio of Change 1.0200 x 1.0235 = 1.04397% Convert to a Percentage = (1.0439 x 100) - 100 = Spending Limitation Calculation for 1983-84 Spending Limitation for 1982-83 = Ratio % Population to % C.P. I. = $9,180,093 c 104.397% $9,583,742 Spending Limitation for 1983-84 = 4.397% $ 9,180,093 11.37% $ 9,583,746 -11?- THE FORGOING RESOLUTION is approved Council of the City of Rancho Cucamonga this , 198 . and adopted by the City day of I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I RESOLUTION NO. A RESO(UTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA, CALIFORNIA ESTABLISHING AN APPROPRIATIONS LIMIT PURSUANT TO ARTICLE XI I IB OF THE CALIFORNIA CONSTITUTION WHEREAS, Article XI I IB of the State of Cal ifornia provides that the total annual appropriations subject to I imitation of the State and of each local government shall not exceed the appropriations limit of such entity of government for the prior year adjusted for changes in the cost of living and population except as otherwise provided in said article XIIIB; and. WHEREAS, pursuant to said aritcle XI I IB of the Constitution of the State of Cal ifornia, the City Council of the City of Rancho Cucamonga deems it to be in the best interests of the City of Rancho Cucamonga to establ ish an appropriations I imit for the Fiscal Year 1983-1984; and WHEREAS, the Finance Director of the City of Rancho Cucamonga has determined that said appropriations I imit for the Fiscal Year 1983- 1984 be establ ished in the amount of $9,583,742. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Rancho Cucamonga that an appropriations I imi t for the Fiscal Year 1983- 1984 pursuant to Article XI I IB of the Constitution of the State of Cal if- ornia be establ ished in the amount of $9,583,742, and the same is hereby establ ished. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that said appropriations I imit herein establ ished may be changed as deemed necessary by resolution of the City Counc i I . Jon D. Mikels, Mayor ATTEST: Lauren M. 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