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Budget 1986-87 I I I I I I t I I I I I I I I I ! I . ! 'I II I CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA PUBLIC BUDGET. .--------- ( 1986-1987 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I FOREWARD In it's continuing effort to meet tbe needs of tbe citizens of Rancbo Cucamonga. tbe City Council bas asked tbat a budget for public review be prepared. The regular detail City budget is a fairly complicated document containing many items of little interest to tbe general public. Therefore. tbe following pages reflect a summary of tbe fiscal year 1986-87 budget of tbe City of Rancbo Cucamonga. A regular detail budget is available for your review upon request. If furtber detail is required on any specific budget area, please feel free to contact me at City Hall. L~ Jim Hart Administrative Services Director I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I TABLE OF CONTENTS F ORE.WARD Page CITY MANAGER'S BUDGET SUMMARY 1 Chart - Distribution of Revenue Sources Chart - General Fund Revenues General Fund - Projected 86-87 Revenues Chart - Special Funds' Revenues Special Funds - Projected 86-87 Revenues Chart - Assessment Districts' Revenues Assessment Districts - Projected 86-87 Revenues Chart - Expenditures Chart - Fund Expenditures Fund Analysis 1986-87 Assessment District Fund Analysis 1986-87 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 ADMINISTRATION Ci ty Counci 1 Ci ty Manager Personnel Ci ty Clerk 17 18 20 21 ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES Finance. Business Licenses, Risk Management, Purchasing City Facilities City General Overhead 22 24 25 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT Administration Planning Community Development Block Grant Planning Commission Building and Safety Engineering Engineering Staff Report/Capital Improvement Program Capital Projects - SB 325/TDA Capital Projects SB 300 Capital Projects - Beautification Capital Projects - Systems Development Capital Projects - Drainage Facilities Streets and Park Maintenance 26 27 30 31 32 33 36 48 53 55 56 59 61 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Page COMMUNITY SERVICES Administration Recreation Services Park Development Red Hill and Heritage Park Development 63 65 66 67 REVENUE ASSESSMENT Adminis tration Landscape District #1 Landscape Maintenance District #2 Landscape Maintenance District #3 Landscape Maintenance District #4 Landscape Maintenance District #5 Lighting District #1 Lighting District #2 Lighting District #3 Lighting District #4 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 LAW ENFORCEMENT Administration Patrol Division Traffic Safety Division Investigation Division 78 78 79 79 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I CITY MANAGER'S BUDGET SUMMARY I I CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA MDyGr Jeffrey Kina COIHtcilM.Iftlw" I 1977 Charle. 1. Duquet II Richard M. Dahl Jon D. Mikel. Pamela J. Wright I May 23, 1986 I I Mayor and Members of City Council Ci ty of Rancho Cucamonga I Dear Mayor and Councilmembers: I Presented herewith is the proposed Program of Service for Fiscal Year 1986-87 which totals $33.890.395. including expenditures for debt service on the various assessment and park districts. The proposed service program is balanced and continues to provide the highest level of service in the most cost efficient manner. The total excludes the budget for the Redevelopment Agency. That document will be considered by the Agency separately. I I It is important to note as well, that the budget format has been modified. hopefully for the last time, in order to allow for preparation on a main frame computer rather than a personal computer as hss been done in the past years. This will save a considerable amount of staff time and as the City Council becomes more comfortable with the format, we feel confident that you will have more complete information when considering the Program of Service. I I I In an effort to insure that all funds and city activities pay for their "cost of service" as required by Proposition 4. we bsve charged salaries directly to the various special activities and funds rather than show transfers to the general fund as we have done in past years. It is anticipated that this practice will enable the City Council and our citizens to have a better understanding of the actual costs for providing municipal services. In addition, fringe benefit costs are now shown in each departmental budget rather than in a general fund account. Vehicle and maintenance charges wbich were previously shown in an intergovernmental service fund are now allocated to the various departments in order to more accurately reflect the actual costs of operation. I I I I I I Since Rancho Cucamonga has established a comprehensive risk management program and now deals with its general liability insurance in a different manner, tbe costs for liability insurance are shared by every City department. We have recommend that a charge of 1% of the operating costs be levied against each department and each special fund. This 1% figure will be modified, if necessary, in order to make certain tbat all general liability costs as well as adequate reserves are available. Page 1 9320 BASELINE ROAD. SUITE C . POST OFFICE BOX 807 . RANCHO CUCAMONGA. CALIFORNIA 91730 . (714) 989-1851 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I BUDGET MESSAGE May 23, 1986 Page 2 The City overhead. previously set at 25%, has been reduced to 15% because of a shift in charges to the various departmental operations and special funds. The intent of this change. as indicated previously. is to more accurately reflect the costs for services, supplies and projects. Because of the more than 132 scres of parks. as well as several miles of landscape medians. and the Cucamonga Creek Trails System. it is now necessary for the City to fulfill its commitment to a comprehensive maintenance program. It is also important for the City Council to be sware that beginning in July the City will assume the primary responsibility for the Landscape and Lighting Districts which have been established within the planned communities of Terra Vista and Victoria. These responsibilities until now were the obligation of the developer. This represents a major shift in our emphasis as well as our work load. and we simply must have crews available to maintain these recreational resources adequately. In order to keep pace with the growth in our community, and the demands for public services, it is recommended that the following personnel be added during Fiscal Year 1986-87: Build,", & Saf@tv DiviaioD - 5 positions Public Service Technician Counter Plan Checker Senior Plan Checker (Fire Protection) Electrical Specialist Building Inspector (Costs for tbis personnel will be financed through the collection of development fees.) PIADn;na Div;A;on - 1 position Assistant Planner (Advanced Planning) Eni;n@@r;n, Adm;n;atpAr;OD - 4 positioDs Deputy City Engineer 1 Assistant Civil Engineer Senior Office Assistant Office Assistant Page 2 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I BUDG ET MESSAG E May 23, 1986 Page 3 Ma;ntenance D;v;s;on - 17 positions (A msjor reorganization is proposed.) Administrative Aide Street Maintenance Supervisor (gas tax) Park Maintenance Supervisor 1 Maintenance Crew Leader 2 Senior Maintenance Workers Street Sweeper Operator (gas tax) 10 Maintenance Workers (It is significant to note that a portion of the above positions will be funded by Gaa Tax Revenues and by the landscape maintenance districts which have been set-up for this purpose.) P~r&onD@l - 1 position Office Assistant Revenue Assessment - 3 positions (Funded by various assessment districts.) Revenue Assessment Aide Revenue Assessment Technician Revenue Assessment Assistant Adm;niatrAtivA SArvi~A& - 2 positions Risk Management Technician Senior Office Assistant Commnni ty S@rvleel - 2 POSl tioDS Community Services Aide Recreation Supervisor The proposed Program of Service reflects the total costs for these 35 positions. Funds have also been included to provide salary adjustments fnr existing personnel as approved by the City Council. SPECIAL FORD RBCOMMERDATIORS It is recommended that the City Council approve a transfer from the general fund of $175,000 to create a total reserve of $500,000 for the City's self-insured retention. This will provide adequate funds to insure that the City can handle general liability ezposures. The need for City facilities remains critical in our community, and therefore, we have recommended the transfer of $1 million to the Reserve for City Facilities Fund. The Council is well aware of the need to establish a permanent maintenance facility to Page"3 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I B UDG ET MES SAG E May 23. 1986 Page 4 serve tbe community. The present site wbicb consists of a tbree quarter acre parcel is totally inadequate to meet Our present needs and will in no way allow space to bandle tbe new equipment and additional personnel and added responsibilities wbicb will be required in order to maintain tbe parks. streets and parkways of our community. It is proposed tbat a portion of special fund revenues be utilized to finance tbe Maintenance Facility. PARK DEVELOPMENT During tbe coming fiscal year. it is anticipated tbat tbe following parks will be completed: Bermosa Park Terra Vista I Terra Vista II Groves Park Beri tage Park Red Bill Park 10 acreS 5 acres 6 acres 8 acres 40 acres 40 acres BUILDING NEEDS The need for more office space remains critical. It will be necessary for tbe City to lease additional office space away from our existing city offices. No space is available in tbe current office complex. This may result in some inconvenience to tbe public in a few rare instances. And it presents some cballenges to our department managers wbo must supervise all operations. It is significant to note tbat City operations will now be spread among ten separate buildings. The need for a civic-public aafety facility remains as tbe City's bigbest priority in 1986-87. SUMMARY In summary. tbe total prnposed Program of Service recommended to tbe City Council is $33.890.395. It is our view tbat tbe proposed expenditures are consistent witb tbe goals of tbe City Council to provide cost effective public services witbin tbe available resources of our community. A special note of tbanks is due to all of tbe department beads. and particularly to tbe Director of Administrative Services. for bis efforts to develop a new more easily understandable format for our proposed budget. Wbile tbe format will be very different tbis year. and it may be very difficult for tbe City Council to develop accurate cost comparisons witb prior years. tbe document accurately reflects true costs of tbe services. and will be belpful to you in your deliberations tbis year and in future Page 4 I BUDGET MESSAGE May 23. 1986 Page 5 I I I years. Staff is available to meet witb councilmembers. either individually or collectively at our budget workshops to discuss the specific changea propoaed in tbe budget. We appreciate your support, and we are looking forward to anotber outstanding year of aervice to our citizens. Respectfully submitted, I ~--- -- auren M. Wasserman Ci ty Manager I LMW/kep I I I I I I I I I I I I I Page 5 .. -- .- I I I en I W () I 0: C\J :::> 0 0 -'-' L() I (j) - en o oQ (Y) (j) 0) L() I W TI ~~O :::>" c 22 0J cD ::J I z~ LLoQ <( C\J -0) EB- WI"' (1j . '-co - . 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Property Taxes 762.596 942,700 1.007,000 1,106,775 Sales & Use Taxes 2,379.012 2,563.963 2.860.629 2.967,109 I Francbise Fees 667,585 735.586 818.075 1,340.169 Property Transfer 143.433 188.604 161.315 155,994 Admissions Tax 9,681 26.377 ~c, 15,000 I Lic@nses & Perm ta . y,V,t'L,2.!:, Business Licenses 364.450 447.682 450.000 480,761 Bicycle Licenses 612 975 500 800 I Building Permits 934.726 1,095,052 1.233.272 1.296,951 Misc. Licenses & Permi ts 2,574 3.138 ~ 2,500 .. b87 77 I Fines & Forfe;turea ',' General Ordinance Finea 13.863 9.158 10,223 11,379 I FeeR for Service Plan Cbeck 480 .854 673.750 810,000 893,095 Planning Fees 221 .657 326.315 225,348 274,864 Engineering Fee. 674.051 779.462 ~ 849,266 I ~g Z 307 Revenue from other Avenciea I, I Motor Vebicle in Lieu 892,609 1.576.947 1.616.022 2.235.197 I Bomevoners Property Tax ReI 43.503 43 .619 23.009 25.000 Bus Inv Prop Tax ReI 46 ,986 23 ,514 17 ,635 17,635 Trailer Coacb Fees 13 ,167 13,073 15,222 15,222 I Cigarette Tax 138,726 146,375 143,097 155,257 Off lIwy Fees 1,634 1,176 1.329 1.650 Gov't Code Spec Subventions 0 0 ~l-2- 20,000 \ .~3~)Z.' I Hiscel1ADP-ouR I Interest 191,515 150,071 115,489 300.000 Sale of Printed Material 16,479 26,138 25.780 26,940 I Rents & Leases 1.201 1,700 1,800 1,800 Otber Revenue 0 0 ~ 2.000 I ~yOtl \~ I I I I I I Page 8 I I I ~ N I ~ N ,..- ~ >- N l() (]) ~ - I Cf) I'- - (J) co co N Cf) I'- ,..- W x () (I) ~ co ~ I :J - c - I- - .1"- co co ~ ~ Z (I) I- C) fA- co W C) - - I <<l (j) > 1'0 (I) CD EX) c :=i W 0) co I ~ C I- a: T"" CD I CO > I .. CO CD Cf) 0) 0::: T"" I C~ (j) ~~ D ~ c I "!~ :=i LL(ij NC'J LL 0 ~ ~ co c ...J .~ Q 0> CD 0> I CD c ~ c 0) 0 <eLL co .- l() c (]) ~ 0 ~ co co - ()..c ~ CD () I 0 (])Cf) C ::l a: (]) Q) Q 0 W ::l C Cf) 0 c ~ ..c (]) I a. ~ 0 () ~ c Q. CD co Cf) a: E a: +--' ~ - I co 0 ~ Ci >- CO 0 0 I (]) () ~ ::l 0 I Cf) I I Page 9 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I PROJ ECTm Ob -8., L\,CY .i..;, J :;;..,. SPECIAL FUNDS ACTUAL ACTUAL PROJ ECTED PROJECTED REVENOE SOORCE 83-84 84-85 85-86 85-86 Tuff i c Safetv Vehicle Code Fines 101.709 137.938 136.228 153,161 Trllnanortation & Gss Tax 2106 Gas Tax 256 .220 298.153 247.318 270,667 2107 Gas Tax 584.340 514.661 532,548 660.752 21075 Gas Tax 7,500 7,500 7.500 7,500 Article 8-SB325 269,073 643.972 716,764 884,276 SB300 0 0 216.648 215,130 RecreatioD EnterDriR_ Recreation Programs 114,668 170.890 204,436 192.069 Revenue Shari n'r Entitlement 166.417 361.964 365,364 96 ,412 CaDi tal ImD'r'ovp.!ment: Park Development 157 .242 845.289 990 .567 947,550 Beautification 89.968 746 .593 1,387.717 BOO ,000 Systems Dev 396.257 1.791.861 2,200.000 1.800,000 Drainage 26 5 .6 25 497.693 900,000 BOO ,000 Grant. Park Bonds 1984 217,000 C.D.B.G. 437.000 0 473.000 340.000 Roberti -Z'Berg Park Grant 0 0 47.952 31,695 Sidewalk 0 0 60,000 0 Page 10 ...... .::!i!jjmmllll ::::::::::::::::::: :11111111111111111111111 :::::::::::::::::::::::: ..........:::............:::....... ~ .::!HH~~gggH~HH~~gg:::. (f) ..:::::::::::::::::::. o ?:P. ..:::::....... -0J co _ -r'--- a5r'--- G.. (f) I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I en w ::J Z W > w a: "" .. co enm t-. ()co _ co a:~ I-~ ~~ e_ llS I-~ zu: W ~ en en w en ~ Page. 11 +-' (f) o OJ?:P. cCD -.;::; C0 ...c OJ (f) OJ C C '- CO?:p. 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FUNCTlOll PROJECTED 85-86 PROJ ECTED 86-87 LADdsCADP- Maint@DaDce #1 General Ci ty #2 Victoria #3 Hy880p #4 Terra Vista #5 Tot Lot 94,197 297,157 2,817 100,000 6,760 120,764 259,573 2,070 148,670 4,990 Liahtinf Districts #1 Arterial #2 Residential #3 Victoria #4 Terra Vista 34,378 34,378 35,286 16,888 71,434 72,134 36 ,990 42,098 SDecial Districts 82-1R 6 tb Street Industrial 84-1 Community Facilities 84-2 A1ta Loma Cbannel PD-85 Heritage PD-85 Red Hill 1,907,647 1,264,225 287,644 854,221 3,122,395 1 ,255,456 1,327,978 217,162 894,000 1,289,170 Interest Earnings 600,000 Page 12 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I'- CJ)<<J w~ CCI ::>~ 1-0) - ,.... 0,- Z<<' W~ 0.- xB w .~ u.. > G) " ~ (JQ (/)oe- ~~ 4-' ..- C o (/) .- >- > 4-' if) ~ (JQ . ~ cf<.co 0J -- . .Ym~Q) "- \..J ::J (1) (1) 0... G) CO 4-' C E >cf<. 0..- (1) co "-0') G) c G) o 4-' (/) n ~cf<. (/)(J) (/) - G)-7 (/) (/) <( '+- ccf<. w0J sr---: (1)..- -.J Page 13 0. 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I I ADMINISTRATION I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I PROGRAM SUMMARY 1986-87 Department: Administration/City Council COST CI!l'lTER: 4110 1986-87 1986 -87 1984-85 1985-86 Manager Adopted Budget Budget Recnmmendation Budget PERSONNEL I!XPI!I'ISE 16497 16500 34176 34176 OPERATING EXPI!I'ISE 11579 13250 13 885 13885 EQUIPKI!I'IT OUn.AY 0 0 0 0 CAPITAL PROJECTS TOTAL PROGRAM COSTS 28706 29750 48061 48061 PROGRAM OBJECTIVBS AND MAJOR CBARGES Tbe goals of tbe City Council for Fiscal Year 1986-87 are to establish local laws as necessary, set policy in tbe best interest of. the community, approve City programs and projects, appropriate funds as established in tbe Fiscal Year 1986-87 Budget, and generally supervise the operations of tbe City government. 1 Page 17 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I PROGRAM SUMMARY 1986 -87 Department: Administration/City Manager COST CENTER: 4122 1986-87 1986 -87 1984-85 1985-86 Manag er Adopted Budget Budget Recommendation Budget PERSONNEL EXPENSE 123474 1 52887 193173 193173 OPERATING EXPENSE 18032 40270 34118 34118 EQUIPMENT OUTLAY 717 2500 0 0 CAPITAL PROJECTS TOTAL PROGRAM COSTS 142223 195657 227291 227291 PROGRAM OBJECTIVES AND MAJOR CHANGES Tbe goals of the City Manager's Office within the Administration Department for Fiscal Year 1986-87 are as follows: 1. Continue to administer policies and programs approved by the Ci ty Cound 1. 2. Continue to provide timely information to the City Council concerning pending State, Local or Federal legislation which may have an impact upon the City of Rancho Cucamonga. 3. Evaluate and monitor established policies employee awareness priorities. staff's progress and programs, and of City problems, on Ci ty Council fosters greater programs, and Page 18 I I 4. Respond to and follow-up on citizen inquiries or concerns regarding City programs and services. I 5. Maintain a viable link between the City and news media regarding City activities, concerns and accomplishments. I I 6. Provide liaison and works to resolve mutual local problems through various intergovernmental regional/subregional agencies such as San Bernardino Associated Governments, Southern California Association of Governments, and other West Valley agencies. I 7. Provide liaison for the Citizen's Advisory Commission. I 8. Evaluate and monitor the City's participation in a Countywide transit system (Omnitrans) which provides fixed route and dial-a-ride/dial-a-lift services. I 9. Develop and prepare Th_ GrSD_v;ne (City's Newsletter), a quarterly report to the residents on programs, services. and events provided by the City of Rancho Cucamonga. I 10. Coordinate. evaluate and monitor all assessment districts throughout the City of Rancho Cucamonga. I 11. Administer a city-wide geographic information system. I I I I I I I I I Page 19 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I PROGRAM SUMMARY 1986 -87 Department: Administration/Personnel COST CENTER: 4124 1986 -87 1986 -87 1984-85 1985-86 Manager Adopted Budget Budget Recommendation Budget PERSONNEL EXPENSE 38151 45398 104577 104577 OPERATING EXPENSE 41786 50223 59812 59812 EQUIPMENT OUTLAY 0 925 4730 4730 CAPITAL PROJECTS TOTAL PROGRAM COSTS 79937 96546 169119 169119 PROGRAM OBJECTIVES AND MAJOR CHANGES The goals of the Personnel office witbin tbe Administration Department for Fiscal Year 1986-87 are as follows: 1. Coordinate tbe recruitment, testing, selection and promntion of existing and vacant personnel positions. 2. Coordinate and provide for employee development and training progr ama . 3. Coordinate employee labor relations. Page 20 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I PROGRAM SUMMARY 1986-87 Department: Administration/City Clerk COST CENTER: 4126 1986-87 1986 -87 1984-85 1985-86 Manager Adopted Budget Budget Recommenda tion Budget PERSOIlN EL EXPENSE 21579 23955 51423 51423 OPERATING EXPENSE 25325 29215 46246 46246 EQUIPMENT OUTLAY 5403 55350 19193 19193 CAPITAL PROJECTS TOTAL PROGRAM COSTS 52307 108520 116862 116862 PROGRAM OBJECTIVES AND MAJOR CHANGES The goals of the City Clerk's within the Administration Department for Fiscal Year 1986-87 are as follows: 1. Maintain records of all City Council actions and all City traosactioDs. 2. Record actions of the City Council at all public meetings. 3. Coordinate City elections as called. Page 21 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES I I I I I I I I I I I I I PROGRAM SUMMARY 1986 -87 Department: Administrative Services: Finance. Business Licenses. Risk Management. Purchasing COST CENTER: 4150 1986-87 1986-87 1984-85 1985-86 Manager Adopted Budget Budget Recommendation Budget PERSOONEL EXPENSE 213309 270820 398983 398983 OPERATING EXPENSE 88022 21196 9 150773 150773 EQUIPMENT OUTLAY 12658 53754 41300 41300 CAPITAL PROJECTS TOTAL PROGRAM COSTS 313989 536543 591056 591056 PROGRAM OBJECTIVES AND MAJOR CHANGES Deoartmeot Goals 1. Meet the City's financial needs by developing programs that allow for development of alternative sources of revenue. ensuring proper and efficient expenditure of current resources and encouraging efficiency in the delivery of all governmental services. I I I I I I 2. Continue to create financial reporting systems that provide adequate data to line departments allowing for better decisions. 3. Establish and set up an on-going fixed assets program. Page 22 I I 4. Continue to refine the purchasing program and procedures to sllow for greatest efficiency, communication, and support for departments. I I 5. Establish Risk Management programs to reduce potential City risks in general liability, Worker's Compensation, Unemployment Insurance, automobile liability and general insurance responsibilities. I 6. Refine and establish a budget preparation process which allows for implementation of City priorities, presentation in an understandable fashion and involvement by all departments. I The Administrative Services Department is the support system for line departments. The general philosophy of the department is to serve the departments and help them become more efficient. I I I I I I I I I I I I I Page 23 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I PROGlWI SUMMARY 1 986 -87 Department: Administrative Services/City Facilities COST CENTER: 4245 1984-85 1985-86 Budget Budget PERSlJIIIllEL EXPENSE 21294 OPERATIIlG EXPENS E 326268 429981 I!XlUIPMENT OUnAY 73646 9000 CAPITAL PROJ ECTS 63118 43000 TOTAL PROGlWI COSTS 463032 503275 1986-87 Manager Recommendation " ' 1986-87 Adopted Budge t 486395 486 3 95 12000 12000 5000 5000 503395 503395 PROGlWI OBJ ECTIV!S AIlD MAJ OR CHAIlGES This account reflects all costs City buildings and facilities. rent of tbe current facilities. to continue cleaning and operation of the The major portion of tbis budget is for Page 24 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I PROGRAM SUMMARY 1986-87 Department: Administrative Services/City General Overhead COST CIlIlTER: 4285 1984-85 Budget 1985-86 Budget 1 986 -87 Manager Recommendation 1986 -87 Adopted Budget PERSlIlNI!:L EXPIlIlSE OPERATING EXPIlIlSE 329288 315848 241950 241950 ~UIPMIlIlT OUTLAY 36928 36928 CAPITAL PROJ ECTS .TOTAL PROGRAM COSTS 329288 315848 278878 278878 PROGRAM OBJECTIVES AND MAJOR CHANGES This account reflects costs generally incurred by the City for operations. Included in this account are costs for Xerox machines, postage equipment and postage stamps. Also, the cost for liability insurance is included. I Page 25 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I . I I I I I COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I PROGRAM SUMMARY 1986-87 Department: Community Development/Administration COST CENTER: 4313 1986-87 1986 -87 1984-85 1985-86 Manager Adopted Budget Budget Recommendation Budget PERS(lIINEL EXPENSE 82052 152602 103766 103766 OPER4TIl'lG EXPENSE 9802 11 512 17262 17262 EQUIPMENT OUTLAY 1201 3750 11391 11391 CAPITAL PROJECTS TOTAL PROGRAM COSTS 93055 16786 4 132419 13241 9 PROGRAM OBJECTIVES AND MAJOR CHANGES D~DATtment GOAl. 1. Improve public information about Community Development programs for citizens. developers. and otbers interested in tbe community. 2. Strengtben tbe organization of tbe Department by developing greater interpersonal competence between Divisions. 3. Improve tbe capabilities of tbe Department to solve problems by developing more community data. 4. Strengtben public relations programs of tbe Community Development Department. 5. Encourage development interests to master plan properties to acbieve greater control and consistency of development. 6. Seek out and coordinate implementation programs infrastructure problema. to solve Page 26 I I PROGRAM SUMMARY I I I 1986 -87 Department: Community Development/Planning I I COST CENTER: 4333 1986 -87 1986 -87 1984-85 1985-86 Manager Adopted Budget Budget Recommendation Budget PERSOIlN EL EXPENSE 398791 574963 895514 895514 OPERATING ExPENSE 58863 270295 228533 228533 EQUIPMENT OUnAY 4324 18925 29583 29583 I I CAPITAL PROJECTS I I I TOTAL PROGRAM COSTS 461978 864183 1153630 1153630 PROGRAM OBJECTIVES AND MAJOR CHANGES Dp-oartmp-nt Goals: I I I I I I I Acre-for-acre our City is mostly undeveloped. Our spbere of influence contains tbousands of acres of raw land. Our pbysical form and identity is only now beginning to take sbape. Our goal is to provide proactive and coordinated planning services for tbe pbysical. social and economic growtb of tbe City in a professional and efficient manner. ADVANCED PT.ARMIMG Db ;@ct;va 1: Maintain, monitor and update tbe City's General Plan. Tbe General Plan must reflect most recent policy and must provide a meaningful and comprebensive guide for tbedevelopment of tbe City. Page 27 I I Obiective 2: I I Db iectivf! 3: I Obiect.;vp. 4: I Db jfl!ctive 5: I Db ;ective 6 : I I Db iectivA 7: I CURRg T FLANN ING I Obiect;ve 1: I Obiect.;ve 2: I Develop, maintain and update varioua specific, community and neighborhood plans to implement the General Plan and to address specific needs in specific areas of the communi ty. Develop and implement a program leading up to an orderly and timely annexation of the City's sphere of influence. Administer tbe Community Development Block Grant Program in an efficient manner to reflect tbe needs and priorities of the Community. Provide the general public and the development community with up-to-date information dealing with land use, population and employment, housing, growth trends and similar data. Provide professional support Planning Commission and other agencies to assist them responsibilities. to the City in Ci ty Council, departments and meeting tbeir Review, moni tor and organizations and interests on local, participate in the programs agencies to support the regional, state and federal of other Ci ty' s levels . Provide technical assistance to the City Council, City Planning Commission, Redevelopment Agency, Citizen Advisory Commission, geners1 public, as well as other City departments. Insure that all City Planning staff members keep abreast of current and pending City Planning legislation, and their ultimate impact to the City. I Db iect:;ve 3 : Encourage and foster direct lines of communication between all City P1 anning Division staff members, the Communi ty Development Department, and other City departments and functions. I Obiect.;VA 4: I Obiect;vp. 5: I I Encourage and improve superior public relations and rapport with the general public, community groups, and development representatives in the City. Encourage and foster citizen participation in planning proc ess . I Page 28 I I Oh;ect;ve 6: Develop, review and update goals. objectives. policies and procedures to carry out City Council, City Planning Commission, and Citizen Advisory Committee's directions and anticipate changing community needs. I I Obif=l!ct;vp. 7: Encourage and foster tbe cross-training of Current and Advanced Planning staff for better workload balance for tbe division and education and training of tbe division staff medlers. I I Db ;@ct;va 8: Provide assistance and coordination wi tb 0 tber local, regional. state and federal agenciea. Ob ;p-ct;vp- 9: Encourage prof es siona! development of all staff medlers. Db ;p-ct;ve 10: Automate and streamline development/application process wberever possible tbrougb computer system. I I I I I I I I I I I I I Page 29 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I PROGRAM SUMMARY 1 986 -87 Department: Community Development/ Community Development Block GraDt COST CI!lllTER: 4333 1984-85 Budget 1 985-86 Budget 1 986 -87 Manager RecommendatioD 1986 -87 Adopted Budget PERSlIlllEL IlXPI!IIISE OPllRATIl'lG IlXPI!RSE o 473000 343400 343400 IlQUIPKI!IIIT OUTLAY CAPITAL PROJ BCTS TOTAL PROGRAM COSTS o 473000 343400 343400 PROGRAM OBJECTIVES AIlD MAJOR CBAIlGES This is a federal program used to as.ist in developing projects in are.s of need. Page 30 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I PROGRAM SUMMARY 1986 -87 Department: Community Development/Planning Commission COST CENTER: 4353 1986-87 1986-87 1984-85 1 985-86 Manager Adopted Budget Budget Recommenda tion Budget PERSORNEL EXPIlRSE 6023 6000 6000 6000 OPI!RATIIlG EXPIlRSE 2616 3000 9500 9500 I!QUIPHIlRT OUTLAY CAPITAL PROJECTS TOtAL PROGRAM COSTS 8639 9000 15500 15500 PROGRAM OBJECTIVES AllD MAJOR CBAllGES This budget reflects costs for an appointed board of 5 people wbo serve as tbe Planning Commission. The Planning Commission's major role is to review proposed development projects and ensure building in tbe City is consistent with tbe General Plan. I Page.3l I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I PROGRAM SUMMARY 1986 -87 Department: Community Development/Building and Safety COST CENTER: 4373 1 986 -87 1986 -87 1984-85 1985-86 Manager Adopted Budget Budget Recommendation Budget PERSOONEL EXPENSE 329590 513122 928226 928226 OPERATING EXPENSE 140986 132900 142090 142090 EQUIPMENT OUTLAY 2881 18700 60551 60551 CAPITAL PROJECTS 1200 700 700 TOTAL PROGRAM COSTS 473457 665922 1131567 1131567 PROGRAM OBJECTIVES AND MAJOR CRANCES 1. Safeguard life, property and public welfare by regulating and controlling tbe deaign, construction, occupancy and maintenance of all buildings and structures witbin tbe City. 2. Maintain a bigb level of efficiency and bave ongoing staff training, continuously facilitate tbe transition from manual operations. quali ty of code update Division to automated enforcement, policies and systems and 3. To develop an occupancy inspection program in conjunction witb tbe Fire District at tbe time of business license issuance. 4. To continuously improve tbe image of Building and Safety as a service orgsnization tbrougb development and distribution of brocbures, press releases and advisory publications to citizens, contractors and tbe general public, and by maintaining an active association witb professional organizations to keep pace witb tbe ever-cbanging code development process. Page 32 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I PROGRAM SUMMARY 1986 -87 Department: Community Development/Engineering COST CmTER: 4637 1 986 -87 1986 -87 1 984-85 1985-86 Manager Adopted Budget Budget Recommendation Budget .' . PERSCIlIlEL ElPmSE 571761 836338 1211931 1211931 OPERATDlG ElPmSE 271704 223075 310065 310065 FXjUIPMmT OUTLAY 14217 48330 52549 52549 CAPITAL PROJECTS TOTAL PROGRAM COSTS 857682 1107743 1574545 1574545 PROGRAM OBJECTIVES AND MAJOR CBAIlGES D~DArtm@Dt GOAls: 1. Improve overall division efficiency, communication, and provide supportive environment for employee functioning and development. This will be acbieved in tbe following manner: o Bolding regular montbly division staff meetings to improve communication and resolution of division proble... o Developing individual employee growth programs involving division rotstion, training and overall division and employee accomplishment of mutual goals and objectives. Page 33 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I o Improving community relations programs by better communications on City activities and project development. 2. Maintain current processing times for review and plan check services while construction standards. Tbese will be manner: land division, development improving development and achieved in tbe following o Maintaining parcel map processing time of tbree (3) months. o Maintaining tract map processing time to optimum time of five (5) months of City processing. o Insuring maximum plan cbeck turnaround time of two (2) weeks. o Maintaining City standard drawings and specifications. o Refining tbe survey map., parcel maps, intersection ties. record system for replacement of tract record of surveys, bencb marks and 3. Provide responsive inspection services in order to quality construction standards uniformly tbrougbout These will be acbieved in tbe following manner: enforce high the cOlIIDIUnity. o Delineating clear City construction standards whicb can be understood by inspection staff and administered uniformly. o Strictly enforcing utility trencb repair completion witbin a twenty-one (21) day maximum limitation to City standards. o Insuring strict compliance witb traffic control practices througb quarterly review of construction practices. 4. Complete development of a traffic surveillance system to improve traffic efficiency and reduce accident rates. These will be acbieved in tbe following manner: o Maintaining a traffic count system to count majnr and secondary streets on an annual basis, collector streets every two (2) years and selective local streets on a five (5) year basis. o Continuing routine accident plotting on a weekly basis witb specific studies of problem intersections On a quarterly basis. Page 34 I I I I I I I o Maintaining a rapid traffic complaint response system to insure traffic committee investigation and response witbin one (1) montb. o Maintaining inventory traffic devices on major streets. o Updating and certifying required speed zone studies. o Completing pavement marker demonstration grant. o Continue obtaining grant funds for pedestrian and safe routes to scbool study. o Development of a Traffic Systems Management Program. 5. Maintain long range Capital Improvements Program efficiently construct budgeted capital projects. acbieved in tbe following manner: to quickly These will and be I I o Completing all budgeted projects possible. as expediently aa o Develop funding for a large scale construction program complete major storm drain construction. to I I 6. Insure optimum utilization of maintenance resources to most cost effective maintenance of street, storm drains, parks. These will be achieved in the following manner: provide tbe parkways and o Improvement of vehicle maintenance program. o Bzploring Citywide options assessments to tbe area lighting, street sweeping, for tbe extension of benefit of parkway maintenance, street and trail maintenance. I I I I I I I I o Performing detailed audit of street ligbting charges. o Improving the maintenance management system to increase productivity througb improved scheduling. (See Attached) Projects in progress I Page. 35 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I CITY OF RANCHO CtJCAMONGA STAFF REPORT II :r 1',- " 'z '1- ,,> DATE: June 18, 1986 FROM: SUBJECT: City Council and City Manager Lloyd B. Hubbs, City Engineer 1977 TO: Capital Improvement Program Attached for Council approval is the 1986-87 Streets, Beautification and Storm Drain Improvement Program. The program has been reviewed and recommended for approval by both the Planning Commission and Citizens Advisory Commission. The only change from the original submittal was the allocation of $25,000 in Beautification Funds to restoration of portions of the Etiwanda Stone Curbs. This change was recommended by the Advisory CommiSsion. The tot a I budget incl udi ng carryover proj ects totals over $12 mi 11 ion. Major program commitments include: I. Widening and modernization of signal along Grove Avenue 2. Design of the Milliken Avenue Grade Separation 3. Installation of seven new signals 4. Initial studies and work to coordinate signals along Base Line and Archibald Avenues. 5. Initiation of the Turner - Hermosa Storm Drain System Beaut ifi cat ion efforts will focus on comp I et ion of projects on 19th and Base Line, construction of the Haven Avenue median islands and initial stages of the Archibald beautification. REC(JtlENDATION: Staff recommends Council approve the program as submitted by the Planning and Advisory Commission. attachment Page 36 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I CITY OF RANCHO CUCAMONGA STAFF REPORT ~o C):-CA.\I~ I _, CI , f!l _ E"'- \c ~11r;d4lif"" ~7"ji~ I >-1. C' ' ;: ~I t,; !iz ;;I!' . > ~, 19i7 DATE: June 11, 1986 TO: Chairman and Members of the Planning Commission FROM: Lloyd B. Hubbs, City Engineer BY: Blane W. Frandsen, Senior Civil Engineer SUBJECT: CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM I INTRODUCTION It is my pleasure as the Senior Design Engineer to address the Planning Commission with regards to the Capital Improvement Program. In my report I'll endeavor to address 4 basic areas: 1. 1986-87 Estimated Revenues 2. Basic Elements of the Capital Improvement Program 3. Review Progress of the Street Improvement Program. 1985-86 4. Review the Major Elements of the Proposed 1986-B7 Street and Drainage Budget II. REVENUE SOURCES The City presently has (9) nine basic revenue sources available to the Capital Improvement Program. These include with their 1986-87 revenue estimates: Gas Tax TDA Article 8 and Article 3 Systems Fees Drainage Fees SB 300 FAU Block Grant (CDBG) Beautification Fees $938.919.00 $884.276.00 $1,800.000.00 $800.000.00 $215.000.00 (Pending New Appropriation) $200.000.00 $800.000.00 TOTAL REVENUE $5.948.000.00 continued.. . Page 37 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Planning Commission Staff Report Re: Capital Improvement Program Page 2 I must comment with regards to the revenue sources within the City. The Systems, Drainage, and Beautification Fees are development dependent. When development slows down or the overall amount of development is reduced a resultant reduction in fee generation occurs. It must also be noted that the CDBG and FAU revenues are subject to budget balancing on the Federal level. It is expected that these appropriations may be reduced in the coming years. The SB 300 fund is a two year State appropriation with 1986-87 being the second year of the program. Ill. BASIC PROGRAM ELEMENTS The four Basic elements to the Capital Improvement Program consist of: 1. Providing improvements to eliminate public hazard with priority given to traffic, drainage and general nuisance issues; 2. Maintaining the existing system of streets and storm drains; 3. Providing for general traffic capacity and control; and 4. Providing for general flood control within the community. Hazard Elimination Of necessity our first attention is directed to hazard elimination. It is to be noted that within the last year box culvert installations have been constructed at Hillside Road and Wilson Avenue across Alta Lorna Creek. Traffic signals at Hellman and Foothill, Archibald and 19th, have been completed. Plans have been completed for the widening of the Lemon Avenue and Highland Avenue bridge crossings of Alta Lorna Creek. Storm drain and street reconstruction plans for Archibald Avenue from Lemon to Banyan are complete and pending construction. Five (5) traffic signals were recently awarded for construction at priority locations within the City. (see attached projects in progress) Maintenance Our second and most costly priority centers around maintenance of the existing street system. We have just received the first reports of the pavement management survey for our arterial and collector street system. Of the 125 miles of streets surveyed the following conditions a re noted: continued.. . Page 38 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Planning Commission Staff Report Re: Capital Improvement Program Page 3 19.8% of Streets in very poor condition 15.2% of Streets in poor condition 26.2% of Streets in fair condition 16.6% of Streets in good condition 22.2% of Streets in new or very good condition From this survey an initial estimate of $5,000,000.00 is indicated to bring our arterial and collector street system back to an overall good condition and $1,800,000.00 needed to maintain the remainder of the system in a good or fair condition. PrOjections for the next five years would show similar budgets with a shrinking of the reconstruction backlog and a gradual increase in annual maintenance to about $2,000,000.00 annually. Please remember that this does not include the local street system. Surveys of the local street system are proposed for this next fiscal year along with a computerized maintenance strategy for the entire street system. Drainage The Comprehensive Storm Drain Plan prepared by L.D. King in 1981 is our guide sheet for storm drain improvements in the established area of Alta Loma and Cucamonga. The 1981 update indicated an initial need for $40,000,000.00 in facilities yet to be constructed. The new Etiwanda drainage plan indicates an additional $5,000,000.00 to $10,000,000 worth 07 facilities to be constructed in the areas east of Etiwanda Avenue. In the past year we have seen the completion of the Alta Loma storm drain, and the first section of the Beryl-Hellman storm drain. An estimated $3,500,000.00 was expended for these two facilities. Designs have been performed for the first major Etiwanda drains for East and Etiwanda Avenues between Highland and Summit. Funding sources for construction of these drains remains limited. Plans are presently under way for the Baker Arrow storm drain. Preliminary studies have also been performed for the Turner-Hermosa drainage systems. Beautification This is the first year that major beautification efforts have been able to be performed. This is due to the recent addition of a Landscape Architect to Staff. Improvements to Base Line east of Carnelian and Carnelian from Base Line to Banyan have been recently completed. Plans are in preparation for major beautification projects for portions of Base Line, for Archibald Avenue parkways and for Haven Avenue medians. continued... Page 39 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Planning Commission Staff Report Re: Capital Improvement Program Page 4 IV REVIEW OF STREET AND DRAINAGE IMPROVEMENTS 1985-86 We currently have 28 projects in active design, awaiting authorization to bid or in construction. A complete list of these projects entitled "Street and Drainage Improvements 1985-85, Projects in Progress" follows this section. A brief analysis of the project 1 ist would show estimated expenditures for the various program elements as follows: Traffic Safety and Facilities Signals Bridges Railroad Crossings TOTAL $770,000 $125,000 . $444,000 $1,339,000 25% Reconstruction, Rehabilitation, and Maintenance Sidewalks $100,203 Maintenance Projects $830,000 Major Rehab., Recon., & Widenings $2,032,372 TOTAL "$2,962,575 58% Drainage Facility Storm Dra i ns $285,870 $503,875 5% Beautification 10% GRAND TOTAL $5.087.321 Page 40 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. STREET AND DRAINAGE IMPROVEMENTS 1985-86 Projects in Progress 1. 2. 3. Project Limi ts Budget Turner Ave. Wi deni ng Feron to A. T. S. F. RR $216,912 North Town Phase IV. Acacia, Belmont, & 8th . $201,598 Archibald Ave. Sidewalks Foothill to Base Line $80,203 4. Archibald R.R. Crossin9 S.P.R.R. Crossin9 $25,000 5. Grove Ave. R.R. Project A.T.S.F. Crossing $294,362 6. Rochester R.R. Project A.T.S.F. Crossing $33,500 7. Archibald R.R. Crsg. Pads A.T.S.F. Crossing $88,000 Arrow & 9th Reconstruction Archibald to Vineyard $345,000 $20,000 Base Line Sidewalks Hermosa to Ivy Lemon Ave. Recon. & Bridge Archibald to Hermosa Widening - Joint and Alta Loma Creek $363,000 $437,000 Archibald Widening/S.O. Lemon to Banyan Grove Ave. Widening & Signal Modification 8th to Foothill $650,000 Hillside Rd. Widening & Storm Orain (Designs) Archibald to Malachite $30,000 Hermosa Ave. Widening & Hamilton St. Extension Victoria to 19th Deer Canyon to Hermosa $445,000 Local St. Reconstruction Phases 1 & 2 Central Cucamonga $330,000 Local Street Maint. Phases 1 & 2 Alta Loma Area $155,000 $370,000 17. Traffic Signals (5 Loc.) Vineyard & 9th Base Line & Beryl Arrow & Hellman Haven & Church Haven & Lemon Page. 41 Fund CD8G CDBG TDA Art 3 & Beautification Fed 203 & Systems Fed 203 & Systems Fed 203 & Systems Fed 203 & TDA Art 8 Systems Beaut. Gas Tax Gas Tax Systems Gas Tax Systems Gas Tax/ Redev. Gas Tax TDA Art 3 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Projects in Progress (cont. ) Project Limi ts Budget Fund lB. T ra ffi c Signa 1 Archibald & 6th $100,000 Systems 19. Highland Ave. Widening Alta Lorna Ck. @ & Bridge Reconst. @ Cambridge $lBO,OOO Gas Tax 20. Baker Arrow Storm Drain Bth to Foothill $83,000 I Systems' & Street Reconst. Baker to Cue. Channel Redev. (Designs) 21- Etiwanda Storm Drains East, Etiwanda $105,870 Ora i nage ' (Designs) Highland & Summit 22. East Ave. Reconstruction Highland to Summit $30,000 TDA Art 8 (Designs) 23. Carnelian Landscaping Base Line to Banyan $321,300 Beaut. 24. Base Line Beautification Various Locations $68,545 Beaut. 25. Archibald Beautification 4th to Base Line $40,000 Beaut. (Designs) 26. Archibald Underground Foothi 11 to Base Line $1,659 Beaut. 27. Foothill B1 vd. Grove to East Ave. $2,312 Beaut. I Design Element 28. Haven Beautification 4th to Wilson $70,060 Beaut. Medians TOTAL WORK IN PROGRESS $5,087.321 Page 42 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Planning Commission Staff Report Re: Capital Improvement Program Page 7 V. PROPOSED 1986-87 STREET. BEAUTIFICATION AND ORAINAGE BUDGET We propose for 1986-87 continuing to completion those projects currently in progress as well as starting 28 new projects. The new projects are listed in the following list entitled "Proposed 1986-87 Street, Beautification and Drainage Budget. The project list includes basic element expenditures as follows: Tra ffi c Sa fety Signals, and Signal coordination hardware, Traffic Projection Study Railroad Crossings TOTAL $826,500 $200,000 $1,026,500 14% Reconstruction, Rehabilitation, and Maintenance Maintenance Projects and PMS Surveys $917,330 Rehabl., Recon., and Widenings $1,027,750 TOTAL $2,125,080 29% Drainage Facility Storm Drain Designs and Constructions TOTAL 1,049,500 1, 04 9,500 14% Miscellaneous Expenditures Corporation Yard Reimbursements to Development City wide bench mark survey City wide aerial mapping TOTAL $505,419 $100,000 $150,000 200,000 955,419 13% Beautification Medians Parkways Undergoundings TOTAL GRAND TOT AI. $1,400,300 710,211 122,328 $2,232,839 $7.389,338 30% It is noted that the Grand Total for the Proposed 1986-87 Budget exceeds the estimated revenue source as follows: $7,389,338 5,948,000 $1,441,338 Systems and Beautification fees currently held by the City will be used to make up this difference. An attempt to over program planning for the shelving of some projects will enable the City to take advantage of unexpected revenue or grant money by activating ready to bid projects. Page 43 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 3. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. PROPOSED 1986-87 STREET, BEAUTIFICATION & DRAINAGE BUDGET Proposed Projects Project Limits 1. Base Line Widening & Resurfacing Hellman to Archibald 2. Base Line Signal Inter- connect, Time Base Coordination Ca1Trans Signals on Foothill at Archibald at Vineyard a t Turner 4. 5. Traffic Proj. Update City-Wide Rubber Pads @ A.T.S.F. RR Crossing 6. Archibald Ave. Inter- connect, Time Base Coordination 7. 8. Corporation Yard Acqusition Base Line Rd. Recon. (Designs Only) Etiwanda to 1-15 9. Archibald Realignment & Recon. 19th to Hi9h1and Archibald to E/o A lta Lorna Ck Banyan St. Extension EIR & Design Only Amethyst St. Imp. Design & EIR Amethyst Ave. Recon. 19th to Orange 19th to Fth. Fire Stn. Preventative Maint. Slurry Seal Various Streets Pavement Rehab. Local Streets Hillside S.D. & Recon. Archibald to Malachite ROW Acq. Archibald Ave. 19th to Highland Beryl St. Widening Lemon to 665' North City-wide Benchmark Survey City-wide Page 44 Budget $300,000 $50,000 P4,000 inc. above $47,500 $25,000 Carryover $25,000 $505,419 $37,500 $143,250 $55,000 $37,000 $115,000 $130,000 $262,330 $239,000 $51,000 $65,000 $150,000 Fund Gas Tax TDA Art 8 TDA Art 8 TDA Art 8 TDA Art 8 TDA Art 8 TDA Art 8 TDA Art 8 TDA Art 8 TDA Art 8 TDA Art 8 TDA Art 8 SB 300 SB 300 Systems Systems Syst2ms Systems - -- --------------------------------------------- I I Project Limits Budget Fund I 19. City-wide Aerial Control City-wi de $200,000 Systems Flight I 20. Vineyard Rehab. Arrow to Foothill $170.000 Systems 2l. Ramona Avenue Victoria to 19th $75.000 Systems I 22. Arrow St. Rehab. Archibald to Turner $315,000 Systems I 23. Pavement M9mt. Survey Local Streets $40.000 Sys tems & Computer Tie to GIS System 24. Archibald Ave. Widening S.P. RR Crossing Carryover I 25. Grove Ave. & 8th at 8th ST. Carryover Signal & RR Crossing I 26. Grove Ave. Widening 8th to Foothill Carryover & Signals I 27. Hermosa Widening & Victoria to 19th Carryover Hamilton St. Deer Canyon School to Hermosa I 28. Mi 11 i ken Grade Separation A.T.S.F. RR Crossing $200.000 Systems (Design) I 29. Dev. Reimbursements City-wide $100.000 Systems I 30. Traffic Signals Base Line & Amethyst Archibald & 9th Base Line & Alta Cuesta Haven & 4th (1/2) $305.000 Systems I 3l. Base Li ne S.D. (Design) Etiwanda Line 5-3 $36.000 Drainage I 32. Hellman S.D. (Design) Monte Vista to Cuc. Ck. $162.500 Ora i nage 33.* Turner-Hermosa Foothi 11 to North $741.000 Drainage Drainage System of 19th I 34. Rochester Avenue A.T.S.F. RR Crossing Carryover I 35. East Ave. Reconstruction Highland to Summit $500,000 Systems and Storm Drain Drainage I 36. Base Line Beautification Various Locations $509,650 Beaut. I I Page 4S I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Project Limits Budget Fund 37. Archibald Avenue 4th to Foothill $175,561 Beaut. Beautification 38. Haven Beautification 4th to Wil son $1,400.300 Beaut. Medians 39. Hermosa Avenue Victoria to 19th $100,000 Beaut. Under9rounding 40. Etiwanda Rock Curbs To Be Determined $25,000 Beaut. TOTAl OF PROPOSED WORKINGS $7.389.338 *Project to be partially funded through Redevelopment housing sete-a-side program. Page 46 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Planning Commission Staff Report Re: Capital Improvement Program Page 10 VI CLOSING COMMENTS In closing it is noted that in almost every year since incorporation that the Capital Improvement Program has nearly doubled in size. It takes much imagination and maximum effort to accomplish the mammoth task of completing plans and contract documents to allow for the spending of these funds and the building of these improvements. The new project list seems a machine gun targetting to an entire horizon of needs within the community. Funding is available to do improvements within all of the element areas of the Capital Improvement Program and therefore the staff approach in formulating the list as it presently appears. As a staff advisor I would welcome the Commission's input as to prioritization of effort with regards to the project list. The list is very long and with current staffing the opportunity for those projects falling late on the list to carryover to next year is great in spite of all efforts to avoid such occurrence. Should there be projects desired by the Commission which are not included in the present list these can be added yet to do so will eliminate the existing funding balance. A project deletion should be considered when adding any new projects. As part of this year's list of new projects the acquisition of additional computer software and field data collection is proposed to automate our street maintenance efforts. The Pavement Maintenance Program is anticipated to playa major role in determining which streets will be addressed for maintenance and reconstruction in the future, thus tailoring the project selection currently performed by staff to maximize the dollar return for our dollar investment into such workings. The bench mark surveys for city wide survey controls and-the accompanying aerial flights for city wide contour and topological mapping will also provide assistance in prioritizing storm drain construction and will provide better control in determining drainage areas. These last items should provide a major augmentation to the ongoing base mapping and geobase mapping presently in progress by the Building and Planning Divisions of our Community Development Departments. Major beautification efforts along three of our communities major streets will provide a major upgrading to the aesthetics of our City. I believe I can speak with pride that Rancho Cucamonga is making major leaps in all areas of capital development making the community safer, more convenient and a more attractive place to live and work. Page 47 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I PROGRAM SUMMARY 1986-87 Department: Community Development/Capital Projects - SB 325/TDA COST CEIlTER: 4637 1984-85 Budget 1 985-86 Budget 1986-87 Manager Recommendation . . 1986 -87 Adopted Budget PERS(lIlNEL EXPEIlSB OPBRATIRG EXPEIlSB 760184 920000 1214817 1214817 ~UIPMEIlT OUnAY CAPITAL PROJECTS TOTAL PROGRAM COSTS 760184 902000 1214817 1214817 PROGRAM OBJECTIVES AND MAJOR CRANGES See At tached I Page.. 48 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Department/Division: Pro;;ram: Account ;';unoer: COE/CAPITAL PROG. GAS TAX PROGRAM BUDGET 11-4637-8000 Obj. /Sub-Obj. Description of Items " rndividu~l Dollar Amounts Budget 1. Base Line Widening & Resurfacing Hellman to "rcn lea, y "venue Construct ion 5255,052 Des i gn 25,000 Admin. 25,000 TOTAL S305,052 . , - COST CENTE? DETAIL WORKSHEET Page 49 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I c....""- C:::NTE,q DETAIL ''';ORKS,..,;:::, _::'J Deparc~enc/Division: Pro>;rarn : Ac.::ounc ;;u::-:oer: CDE/C.I.P. TDA Arcicle 8 - Prog. Budget 12-4637-8000 Ob;. /Sub-Obj . Descripcion of Icems & Individual Dollar Arnouncs Bud?ec 1. Base Li ne Interconnect Time-base Coordination System Reolace 3 Controllers, add 3 time rs $ 50,000 2. Archibald Avenue Interconnect - Phase 1 Time-base Coo rd i na t i on System ReDlace 2 Controllers 25,000 , CalTrans Signals (Coop. w!State) Footh; 11 @ Archibald, $148.00 F","h ill (,) Vi nevard Say 50% 74,000 Foothill @ Turner, $95,000 Say 50% ~/,JUu 4. Traffi c Projection Update 25,000 ~. Rubber Pads for A. T.S.F. RR Crossing & Mi nor Road Wo rk , Archibald Avenue 88,000 6. Corporat ion Yard Acq u i sit ion . 5C'5,419 - Page 50 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I ~e~ar:~enc.'J~~:s~~~: ;"I-""'c"'a-' .~CCOU:i1: .',u::-::.;;:- : CDE/C.I.P. TDA Article '8" 'program Budget 12-4637-8000 Ob; . ISub-lJb j . Desc:-i~tion or !te",s & individual Dollar Amounts =I.;C~e: 7 ~,<~ , ;"~ O~,~ o4~~""~,,".i~" ~.;"I'n~' .n I-I~ In_.:_" Onlv) (S165.000 x 1.11) = 5183.150 De s i g n 15% 27.500 Conting. 10% 18.500 Contract Admn 10% 18.500 ~?t.7 6"0 <." ~'c;nooo (1';9< des ion) = S37.500 R Archibald Avenue Rea 1 i onment __'" o_~. '. i~n 19th to Highland Construction 5105.000 Continoency 10% 10.500 Desion 15% 17.250 Contract Admin 10 ,,00 S lUT -,-c;n- 5143.250 Oi_~_ nf w,v rl~'rino House Purchase & n - 545.000 56.000 S51.000 from' Systems Fees . Q. R,n,,,n <---a- ,-- EIR 510.000 Desion PS&E 45.000 ~ 555.000 ',n _ e.___ Imnrovements 1 Q.h .n nronne Design P.S. & E and E. I. S Studies Est. 5250.000 Const. 15% Desion 537.000 (,"',-- r':'~I-=:; _:) t __,t I _ ' ~~T~rL ~CR~S~~~'~ Page 51 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I -, COSi C::.H::.~ DEiAIL WORKS~EEi Deparcmenc/Division: Pro1;ram: Accounc ;;u::-:oe:- : CDE/C.I.P. TDA Article 8 - Program Budg. t 12-4637-8000 Ob;./Sub-Obj. Dese:ripcion of Icems .. Individual Dollar Amouncs Sue?;:: 11. Amethyst Avenue Ree:ons true: t ion 19th to Footh ill Fi re Station wltn west side e:urbs to join new development. S 11 5 .000 TOTAL $1 ,Z02,66~ , Page 52 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I PROGRAM SUMMARY 1986-87 Department: Community Development/Capital Projects SB 300 COST CEIlIER: 4637 1984-85 Budget 1985-86 Budget 1 986 -87 Manager Recommendation 1986 -87 Adopted Budget PERSOflIlI!L EXPEIlSE OPERATING EXPEIlSE 396330 396330 I!QUIPMEIlT OUTLAY CAPITAL PROJECTS TOTAL PROGRAM COSTS 396330 396330 PROGRAM OBJECTIVBS A!1D MAJOR CBAIIGES Base Line Road Beautification Various Locations $ 509,650 Archibald Avenue Beautification 4th to Foothill $ 175,561 Haven Beautification Medians 4th to Wihon $ 1,400,300 Hermosa Avenue Undergrounding $ 100,000 Etiwanda Rock Curbs $ 25,000 See Attacbed Page 53 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I COST C~NTC~ DETA! L '""0,::: ,'(5HEET Deparcmenc/Division: Program: Accounc "umber: CDElC. LP. SB300-Program Budget 15-4637-8000 Obi ./Sub-Obj . Descripcion of Icems & Individual Dollar Amouncs Budget Preventative Maintenance Slurry Seal Vari ous Streets ,jju,UUU Pavement Rehabilitation Local Streets 5262,331} 1. Alta Lorna High School Area 2. Red Hi 11 Country Club Area 3. Central Cucamonga Area TOTAL . $392,330 , . I - Page.54 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I PROGRAM SUMMARY 1 986 -87 Department: Community Development/Capital Projects - Beautification COST CENTER: 4637 1984-85 Budget 1 985-86 Budget 1986-87 Manager Recommendation 1986-87 Adopted Budget PERS~NEL EXPENSE OPERATl!IG EXPENSE o 1400000 2232839 2232839 EQUIPMENT OUn.AY CAPITAL PROJECTS TOTAL PROGRAM COSTS 1400000 223283 9 2232839 PROGRAM OBJECTIVES AND MAJOR CHANGES The Beautification Fund has been established to allow the City to maintain an aesthetically pleasant atmosphere. Funds in the 1986-87 budget will be used toward projects such as: Carnelian landscape. Base Line Beautification. Archibald Beautification. Archibald Avenue undergrounding. Haven Avenue medians and beginning the design for Foothill Boulevard. Page 55 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I PROGRAM SUMMARY 1986 -87 Department: Community Development/Capital Projects - Systems Development COST CI!IlTERS: 4637 1 984-85 Budget 1985-86 Budget 1986-87 Manager Recommenda tion 1986 -87 Adopted Budget PERS(lIlIlEL IlXPI!IlSE OPERATIIlG IlXPI!IlSE 1175444 2350000 3644912 3644912 EQUIPMI!IlT OUTLAY CAPITAL PROJECTS TOTAL PROGRAM COSTS 1175444 2350000 3644912 3644912 PROGRAM OBJECTIVES Al'lD MAJOR CBAl'lGES See Attacbed Pag,e 56 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I COST CENTER DETAIL WORKSHEET Department/Division: Program: ACcounc. Number: CDE/C. 1. P. Systems Development 22 -4637 -8000 Obi. /Sub-Obj. Description of Items & Individual Dollar Amounts Budget 1. Hillside S.D. in Conjunction with Hill side Widenina, Malachite to Archibald 5239,000 2. Base Line S.D. in Conjunction with Base Li ne Widening, Etiwanda to 1-15 $ 35,550 Desion Onlv 5237000 (3 15% 3. Riaht of Way Workinas for Archibald Wiripninn lath tn l1inhhnrl ~ ol.nOo 4. Beryl Street Widenina Ipm"n t" ~~<;, No,..th w'!st <;; rip ~ 65 OIJO <; CitYWide Benchmark Survev $150,000 6. Citywide Aerial Control & Flight with oreD. for CitYWide Aerial MaDDina $200,000 'Mt , ,. "pri 7 Vi neva rd Arrow to Foothill Pavement'R"hab. 2 250 x 72" $170,000 H? Jlon e ~ I<l ~l nn oj. (il 1? inn 8. Ramona Avenue, Victoria to 19th $ 75,000 Widening and Rehab. 9. Arrow Street Rehab. De sian & Riaht Acauisition Archibald to Turner $315 000 10. Payement Management Survev and ComDuter Tie Local Streets with _ r, T _ S_ Tip-in ,- $ 40 000 - Page 57 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I COSi CENT::~ DEiA r L WORKSH==T Departrnene/Division: Pro;;ram: ACcount )jwwber: CDE/6060 5y; tem Development ZZ ~ 4(,37- 80co Db; . /Sub-Obj. Description of Ieems & Individual Dollar Amounts Bud?,=~ 11. Archibald Widening @ SPRxR 5 25,000 12 Av,,- iii 8th & Ra i 1 roa d 294.362 includ,,-s S~nal & 8th S t re"- t 1 ~ G rove Ave Widening Phase II 5600,000 Ra j I road to Foothi 11 Blvd. 14 H"-~a Widenina and 5410,000 Hami 1 ton Str"-et Construction at He rmosa Park So. of 19tn St. 15. Mi 11 iken Grad,,- S"-oaration Design S200,000 16 ~e'Leloo"-r Reimbursements S100,000 17. Traffic Siqnals Base Li ne & Ametnyst S100,000 Arrhibald &--9ih 5 tree t 70,000 Base Li ne & Alta Cuesta 90,000 Haven & 4th St. (1/2) 45,000 5305,000 TOTAL S3,644,9i2 ... I - Page 58 I I I I I I I I I I I I I i I I I i , I I ! I , I COMMUNITY SERVICES I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I PROGIW! SUMMARY 1986-87 Department: Community Development/Capital Projects - Drainage Facilities COST CI!IITER: 4637 1 984-85 Budget 1 985-86 Budget 1 986 -87 Manager Recommendation 1986 -87 Adopted Budget PERSClIIIlEL EXPI!IISE OPERATIIlG EXPI!IISE 1248147 550000 654500 654500 I!QUIPMI!IIT OUTLAY CAPITAL PROJECTS TOTAL PROGIW! COSTS 1248147 550000 654500 654500 PROGIW! OBJECTIVES AIlD MAJOR CRAIlGES See Attacbed Page 59 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Department/Division: ProJ::ram: Account: ;;u:,:,:oer: I CDE/C. I. P. Drainage Program Budget 23-4637-8000 Obi. /Sub-Obj. Description of Items & Individual Dollar Amounts Budge,: I. Base Line Storm Drain - De sign (Et iwanda Area Line 5-3-) Desions 5237.600 . 15% 5 35.640 Say 5 36,000 2. Hellman Avenue Storm Drain Des i gn (Beryl-Hellman Drain) Design Reach from Cucamonga Creek to Hellman Avenue and Coordinate with existing Hellman Avenue Plans and Storm in Beryl from Highland to Manzanita $1.500.000 total cons t. design est. 15% 15% ~ ??c; 1'11'11'1 u. CI'I~ ~nmnl"t" 5 162 O:CO remains 3. Turner-Hermosa Construction 741.009 Fund all Remainina and And I , .t"~ fn" Fi <~~ I R7- Cono;truc:tion TOTAL 198.500 . . - COST CENTE~ DETAIL WORKSH:ET Page 60 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I PROGRAM SUMMARY 1986-87 Department: Community Development/Streets and Park Maintenaoce COST CEIlIER: 4647 1986-87 1986 -87 1 984-85 1985-86 Manager Adopted Budget Budget Recommendation Budget PERS (I'" EL BXPDlSE 264925 401440 385032 385032 OPERATIBG BXPDlSE 926264 417340 976171 976171 IiQUIPKDlT OUTLAY 20856 9900 440050 440050 CAPITAL PROJECTS 6000 215000 215000 TOtAL PROGRAM COSTS 1212045 8346 80 2016253 2016253 PROGRAM OBJECTIVES AND MAJOR CHARGES See At tach ed Page 61 . .. . . . I I I I I' I I I I I I I I I Department/Division: Pro~ram: Account :-iu:::.ber: 11-4647-1100 Obj./Sub-Obj. Descri? tion of Items & Individual Dollar Amounts Bud,ec 1100 Gas Tax Maint. Superintendent (50%) $ 17,734 2 Sr. Mai nt. Worker (Patch & Gene ra I 44,122 1 Ma i n t. Crew Supervisor 27,484 3 Sweeper Operators 56,656 6 Maint. Workers 159,690 TOTAL S305,686 i , 1"100 Fringe 35% 106,990 1200 Overtime 40,000 ~n'~ Contract Services Street Ma i nt. $ 60,000 , ~.'De. Sweenin" 15,000 T'D" M" i n t. 100,000. Strioina Maint. 100,000 r"lTr'"' . r" ,., non Signal Maint 25 Sig.@ S60/mo.(Min.2,000/mo) 80,000 Parkwav Weed Control (County) 15,000 TOTAL' 5370,000 I 3900 Maintenance and Operations 90,000 Asphalt. Concrete Traffic siens Parkwav .rDD' ~'r'i''''- ",n..l .",,1. .... ' 8022 Sienal ~n...nv (~..I:.,,"' <;<; "nn 0 Excludes CalTrans & Coun." Eau i 0 "'"j". ~ ;"". Z06 8Z6 -- COST C~NTE~ DETAIL WORKS~EET Page 62 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I PROGRAM SUMMARY 1986 -87 Department: Community Services/Administration COST CENTERS: 4532 1986-87 1986 -87 1 984-85 1985-86 Manager Adopted Budget Budget Recommendation Budget PERS(lIIN EL EXPENSE 150971 375497 572661 572661 OPERATING EXPENSE 64918 132290 127706 127706 EQUIPMENT OUTLAY 3368 4750 27390 27390 CAPITAL PROJECTS 23000 12000 12000 TOtAL PROGRAM COSTS 219257 535537 739757 739757 PROGRAM OBJECTIVES AND MAJOR CHANGES Dp-DArtmp-nt Goals: 1. Provide quality Park and Recreation opportunities for tbe citizens of Rancbo Cucamonga tbrougb tbe following: o Implemention of tbe park element of tbe General Plan tbrough tbe acquisition and development of recreation facilities witbin tbe City aa aggressively as financial constraints allow. o Continue to seek and explore new and innovative ways to effectively and efficiently meet tbe recreation needs of our ci tizeD8. o Continue tbe self-supporting fee based recreation classes and expand tbe same to offer a wide variety of recreation o ppor tuni ti es. Page 63 I I o Conduct, coordinate and promote Citywide special events. I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I o Continue to assist, wben requested, community based groups to improve tbeir recreation programs. 2. Provide continued support to tbe Park Development Commission. 3. Provide continued support to tbe Historic Preservation Commission. 4. Working toward development and implemention public agencies serving Rancbo Cucamonga, preparedness plan. in concert witb otber a comprebensive disaster 5. Continue direct support of tbe City's public information service aimed at providing information regarding activities of tbe City and programs of general interest tbrougb coordinating publication of tbe Graoev;ne, by operating information and referral services, and by conducting courses in CPR and first aid. 6. Seek and recommend to tbe City Council and City Manager various grant programs or innovative implementation systems wbicb will aid in aCbieving tbe preceding goals or wbicb are of general benefit to Rancbo Cucamonga. I Page 64 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I PROGRAM SUMMARY 1986 -87 Department: Community Services/Recreation Services COST CEIIITER: 4563 1 986 -87 1986 -87 1 984-85 1 985-86 Manager Adopted Budget Budget Recommendation Budget PERSllINEL IlXPEIIISE 6036 23625 19977 19977 OPERATlRG IlXPEIIISE 102890 144334 161325 161325 I!XlUIPMEIIIT OUTLAY 8822 5000 63500 63500 CAPITAL PROJECTS 90346 90346 TOTAL PROGRAM COSTS 117748 172959 335148 335148 PROGRAM OBJECTIVES AND MAJOR CHANGES Provide quality Park and Recreation npportunities for the citizens of Rancho Cucamonga through the following: o Continue to seek and explore new and innovative ways to effectively and efficiently meet the recreation needs of our citizens. o Continue the self-supporting fee based recreation classes and expand the same to offer a wide variety of recreation opportunities. n Conduct, coordinate and promote Citywide special events. o Continue to allilt, when requested, community based groups to improve their recreation programs. Page 65 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I PROGRAM SUMMARY 1986 -87 Department: Community Services/Park Development COST CENTER: 4532 1 984-85 Budget 1985-86 Budget 1 986 -87 Manager Recommendation 1986 -87 Adopted Budget PERSlJIREL IlXPENSE OPERATDlG IlXPENSE 985047 1728208 843354 843354 EQUIPMENT OUTLAY CAPITAL PROJ ECTS TOTAL PROGRAM COSTS 985047 1728208 8433 54 843354 PROGRAM OBJECTIVES AIlD MAJOR C8AIlGES Provide quality Park and Recreation opportunities for the citizens of Rancho Cucamonga through the following: o Implemention of the park element of the General Plan through tbe acquisition and development of recreation facilities witbin tbe City as aggressively as financial constraints allow. Page 66 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I PROGRAM SUMMARY 1986 -87 Department: Community Services/Red Hill and Heritage Park Development COST CEIlIER: 4532 1984-85 Budget 1985-86 Budget 1 986 -87 Manager Recommendation 1986-87 Adopted Budget PERSll'INEL EXPENSE OPERATING EXPEIlS E o 6717337 2575550 2575550 ~UIPMEIlT OUTLAY CAPITAL PROJECTS TOTAL PROGRAM COSTS o 6717337 2575550 2575550 PROGRAM OBJECTIVES AND MAJOR CHANGES Provide quality Park and Recreation opportunities for the citizens of Rancho Cucamanga through the following: o Implementation of two features of element. the construction of COllllll.1ni ty Parks. the General Plan's park Beri tage and Red Bi 11 Page 67 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I ! I I I , I REV ENUE ASSESSMENT I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I PROGRAM SUMMARY 1986-87 Department: Revenue Assessment/Administration COST CIlIlTER: 4130 1986-87 1986 -87 1 984-85 1 985-86 Manager Ado pted Budget Budget Recommendation Budget PERSO!IINEL EXPI!I'ISE 0 47568 180312 180312 OPERATDlG EXPI!I'ISE 22000 65851 65851 EQUIPMIlIlT OUTLAY 4500 39486 39486 CAPITAL PROJECTS 700 3000 3000 TOTAL PROGRAM COSTS 74768 288649 2886 49 PROGRAM OBJECTIVES AND MAJOR CIWlGES The objective of Assessment District Administration is to ensure all assessment districts are cost efficiently and effectively managed. Moreover, an Assessment District Information Service Center is provided for all property owners of Rancbo Cucamonga. Page 68 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I PROGRAM SUMMARY 1986 -87 Department: Revenue Assessment/Landscape District #1 COST CENTER: 4130 1984-85 Budget 1985-86 Budget 1 986 -87 Manager Recommendation 1986 -87 Adopted Budget PERSONNEL EXPENSE 4212 4212 OPERATING EXPENSE 100984 240178 240178 ~UIPMENT OUn.AY CAPITAL PROJECTS TOTAL PROGRAM COSTS 100984 244390 2443 90 PROGRAM OBJECTIVES AND KAJOR CHANGES Assessment Districts inquiries. District Administration's objectives are to control Landscape cost, monitor cost effectiveness, and address Landscape Landscape District #1 refers to tbe general City. I Page 69 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I PROGRAM SUMMARY 1986 -87 Department: Revenue Assessment/Landscape Maintenance District #2 COST CENTER: 4130 1984-85 Budget 1985-86 Budget 1 986 -87 Manager Recommendation 1986 -87 Adopted Budget PERS(IIlNEL EXPENSE 45534 45534 OPERATING EXPENSE 24627 521198 521198 EQUIPMI!IIT OUTLAY CAPITAL PROJECTS TOTAL PROGRAM COSTS 246 27 566732 566732 PROGRAM OBJECTIVES AND MAJOR CHANGES Assessment Districts Inquiries. District Administration's objectives are to control Landscape cost, monitor cost effectiveness, and address Landscape Landscape area. Maintenance District #2 refers to tbe Victoria Community Plan Page 70 I I I I I I I PROGRAM SUMMARY 1986-87 Department: Revenue Assessment/Landscape Maintenance District 13 COST CENTER: 4130 1 984-85 Budget 1985-86 Budget 1 986 -87 Manager Recommenda tion 1986-87 Adopted Budget PERSlJIN EL EXPENSE 270 270 OPERATIlIG EXPENSE 3142 1800 1800 I I I I I I I I I I I I EQUIPMENT OUTLAY CAPITAL PROJECTS TOTAL PROGRAM COSTS 3142 2070 2070 PROGRAM OBJECTIVES AND MAJOR CIlANGES Assessment Districts inquiries. District Administration's objectives are to control Landscape cost, monitor cost effectiveness, and address Landscape Landscape Maintenance District 13 refers to 8 parcels of land located east of tbe 1-15. Page 71 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I PROGRAM SUMMARY 1986-87 Department: Revenue Assessment/Landscape Maintenance District #4 COST CENTER: 4130 1984-85 Budget 1 985-86 Budget 1 986 -87 Hanag er Recommendation 1986-87 Adopted Budget PERSOIlNEL EXPENSE 35776 35776 OPERATING EXPENSE 96294 112544 112544 ~UIPMENT OUTLAY CAPITAL PROJECTS TOTAL PROGRAM COSTS 96294 148320 148320 PROGRAM OBJECTIVES AND MAJOR CHANGES Assessment Districts inquiries. District Administration's objectives are to control Landscape cost, monitor cost effectiveness, and address Landscape Landscape Maintenance District #4 refers to tbe Terra Vista Community Plan area. Page 72 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I PROGRAM SUMMARY 1986-87 Department: Revenue Assessment/Landscape Maintenance District #5 COST CENTER: 4130 1 986 -87 1986 -87 1984-85 1985-86 Manager Adopted Budget Budget Recommendation Budget PERSOIlN EL EXPENSE 270 270 OPERATING EXPENSE 4720 4720 ~UIPMENT OUTLAY CAPITAL PROJECTS TOTAL PROGRAM COSTS 4990 4990 PROGRAM OBJECTIVES AND MAJOR CHANGES Assessment Districts inquiries. District Administration's objectives are to control Landscape cost, monitor cost effectiveness, and address Landscape Landscape Maintenance District #5 refers to the tot lot located east of Turner Avenue. north of 26th. Page 73 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I PROGRAM SUMMARY 1986-87 Department: Revenue Assessment/Lighting District #1 COST CENTER: 4130 1984-85 Budget 1 985-86 Budget 1986-87 Manager Recommendation 1986 -87 Adopted Budget PERSONN EL EXPENSE OPERATING EXPENSE 23234 56043 56043 ~UIPMJ!1IlT OUTLAY CAPITAL PROJECTS TOTAL PROGRAM COSTS 23234 56043 56043 PROGRAM OBJECTIVES AND MAJOR CHANGES Lighting District Administration's objective is to provide an effective and efficient managerial system with special emphasis on cost reduction, forecasting, and projections. Lighting District #1 refers to the general City streets and boulevards. Page 74 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I PROGRAM SUMMARY 1986-87 Department: Revenue Assessment/Lighting District #2 COST CENTER: 4130 1984-85 Budget 1985-86 Budget 1 986 -87 Manager Recommendation 1986 -87 Adopted Budget PERSORNEL IlXPENSE OPERATING IlXPENSE 27672 71360 71360 EQUIPMENT OUTLAY CAPITAL PROJECTS TOTAL PROGRAM COSTS 27672 71360 71360 PROGRAM OBJECTIVES AND KAJOR CBANGES Lighting District Administration's objective is to provide an effective and efficient managerial system with special emphasis on cost reduction, forecasting, and projections. Lighting District #2 refers to the residential City streets. Page 75 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I PROGRAM SUMMARY 1986 -87 Department: Revenue Assessment/Lighting District #3 COST CENTER: 4130 1984-85 Budget 1985-86 Budget 1 986 -87 Manager Recommendation 1 986 -87 Adopted Budget PERS(lIINEL EXPENSE OPERATING EXPENSE 35246 39433 39433 ~UIPMENT OUTLAY CAPITAL PROJECTS TOTAL PROGRAM COSTS 35246 39433 39433 PROGRAM OBJECTIVES AND MAJOR CHARGES Lighting District Administration's objective is to provide an effective and efficient managerial system with special emphasis on cost reduction, forecasting. and projections. Lighting District #3 refers to the Victoria Community Plan area. Page 76 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I PROGRAM SUMMARY 1986 -87 Department: Revenue Assessment/Lighting District #4 COST CENTER: 4130 1 984-85 Budget 1985-86 Budget 1 986 -87 Manager Recommendation 1986 -87 Adopted Budget PERSOONEL EXPENSE OPERATING EXPENSE 17264 38289 38289 EQUIPMENT OUTLAY CAPITAL PROJECTS TOTAL PROGRAM COSTS 17264 38289 38289 PROGRAM OBJECTIVES AND MAJOR CHANGES Lighting District Administration's objective is to provide an effective and efficient managerial system with special emphasis on cost reduction. forecasting. and projections. Lighting District #4 refers to the Terra Vista Community Plan area. Page. 77 I I I I I I I I I I I I I , I I I I I , I , I LAW ENFORCEMDlT I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I PROGRAM SUMMARY 1986-87 Department: Law Enforcement COST CI!IlTER: 4451 1 986 -87 1986 -87 1 984-85 1 985-86 Manager Adopted Budget Budget Recommendation Budge t PERSCl'lNEL EXPIlIlSE OPERATlBG EXPIlIlSE 3417996 3889164 4464496 4464496 I!QUIPMIlIlT OUTLAY CAPITAL PROJECTS TOTAL PROGRAM COSTS 3417996 3889164 4464496 446 44 96 PROGRAM OBJECTIVgs ARD MAJOR CHARGES Dp-Da~~m~nt GOAI_: Admin1.RtTAt;OD 1. Increase tbe amount and quality of vertical communications. 2. Tigbter controls on tbe tracking of daily espenditures. 3. Increase tbe Ileigbborbood Watcb programs sustaining. and make tbem self PatY'ol D;v;.,oD 1. Assist tbe Traffic Safety Division in reducing tbe number of injury traffic accidents. 2. Reduce tbe burglary rate by 5%. 3. Reduce tbe response time to 9 minutes. Page 78 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I TTAff;e SafAtv D;v;sion 1. Prevent the Injury Traffic Accident rate from increasing witb tbe continuous population growth. 2. Reduce the Property Damage Only Traffic Accidents by 10%. InvP-8tiist;OD Division 1. Increase the Burglary Clearsnce Rate to 25%. 2. Increase the Larceny Clearance Rate to 20%. Page 79