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6A - 2003-2008 CIP Parks and Recreation~~ Parks and Recreation • • • PERMANENT PARK AND RECREATION FUND 2003-2008 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM OVERVIEW The Permanent Park and Recreation Fund consists of .9 mill levy of assessed valuation of all taxable property in the city, gifts and donations to the fund, proceeds of the sale of park or recreation property or equipment, and many other appropriations made by council such as the fee charged at the golf course to support that facility's renovation or development needs. The fund also includes revenues from a portion of a development excise taac assessed on each new residential unit constructed or annexed to the city except for those units that are designated as permanently affordable. The City Charter requires the "...Fund shall not be used for any purpose other than the acquisition of park land or the permanent improvement of park and recreation facilities." (Charter Sec 161.) POLICY ISSUES None HIGHLIGHTS • The Capital Improvement Program (CIP) is structured to address the recommendations of the approved Parks and Recreation Master Plan. For 2003 and future years, these three funds (Lottery, Permanent Park and Recreation and the .25 cent Sales Tax) have been considered jointly to provide funding levels for CIP projects. The following are the major CIP projects in the three funds: Foothills Community Park New Recreation Facilities Improvement/Development Neighborhood/Pocket Park Development North Boulder Recreation Center Flatirons Golf Course Improvement Park Site Acquisition Parks Operation Facility East Boulder Community Park Development Relocation of Existing Facilities at Valmont City Park FINANCING Revenues for the Permanent Parks and Recreation Fund come primarily from property taxes and development excise taxes. • RELATIONSHIP TO OPERATING BUDGET • The 1995 Ballot Issue identified funding for the operating costs for the majority of the new development projects. The operating costs for renovation/refurbishment projects are expected to remain the same but increase annually to account for inflation: PARKS AND RECREATION ADVISORY BOARD RECOMMENDATION: On May 20 the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board reviewed the Parks and Recreation Capital Improvement Program and voted to approve (5:2 with 2 Board members absent) the staff recommendation for the revised budget and to sent that recommendation to City Council. • • 2 ~ PARKS AND RECREATION 1995 BALLOT ISSU~ FUND (.25 CENT SALES TAX FUND) 2003-2008 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM • OVERVI~W The 1995 Ballot Issue Fund revenues were pledged for "... Payment for the principal, interest, and premium, if any, on .... bonds; and then for development, operation, and maintenance of the land and improvements purchased or constructed with the proceeds of the bonds; renovation and refurbishment or replacement of four pools; renovation and replacement of recreation facilities; playgrounds, mountain park trails, civic park complex; improvements to recreation centers and development of new recreation projects to be determined in the futare through the Master Planning Process by the City Council; maintenance of the community park in north Boulder; and for the renovation of city-owned historical and cultural facilities; with the remainder being dedicated for parks and recreation purposes..." (Ballot language) The following is a summary of project and Operation and Maintenance funding (in 1995 dollars) that was identified in the ballot issue backup information: Bonded Projects Pocket Parks Acquisition up to 10 acres Neighborhood Park Acq. up to 16 acres Large City Park Acq. w/master site planning and some infrastructure development Mountain Parks Acquisition $4,900,000 $4,500,000 $18,000,000 $2,000,000 Renovation and Refurbishment of Existing Facilities Recreation Facilities Mountain Parks (Trails) Civic Park Complex Urban Parks (Irrigation Systems) Pool Improvements (capital) $178,000/yr $168,000/yr $75,000/yr $130,000/yr $277,000/yr • Development of Facilities and Programs Community Park in North Boulder (Operations and Maintenance) $210,000/yr Development of New Neigh Park Sites (Capital) $200,000/yr Development of New Neigh Park Sites (Operations and Maintenance) $64,000/yr Development of New Pocket Park Sites (Capital) $120,000/yr Development of New Pocket Park Sites (Operations and Maintenance) $4Q000/yr Development of Existing Neighborhood Park Sites (Capital) $200,000/yr Development of Existing Neighborhood Park Sites $67,000/yr (Operations and Maintenance) Improvements to Recreation Centers (Capital) $150,000/yr Mountain Parks Environmental Education $130,000/yr New Recreation Facilities (Capital) $200,000/yr Historical and Cultural Facilities $50,000/yr POLICY ISSUES None HIGHLIGHTS • For the purposes of the Capital Improvement Program (CIP), staff has included only those • projects that meet the CII' definition. Specific projects have been identified for the 15` year of the CII', but have been left in more general "project categories" (such as the Neighborhood/Pocket Park Development, Recreation Center Improvements, and New Recreation Facilities projects) for the outlying years, where specific projects are unidentified at this time. For 2003 and future years, the three funds, (Lottery, Permanent Park and Recreation and the .25 cent Sales Tax) have been considered jointly to provide funding levels for CIP projects. The following are the major CII' projects in the three funds: Foothills Community Park New Recreation Facilities Improvemend Development Neighborhood/Pocket Park Development North Boulder Recreation Center Flatirons Golf Course Improvement Park Site Acquisition Parks Operation Facility East Boulder Community Park Development Relocation oP Existing Facilities at Valmont City Park Major gains have been made in "taking care of what we have" and sustainability through major facility refurbishment and renovations. Facilities and Asset Management (FAM) is now fully funded for Ongoing and Major Maintenance for the majority of the structures/facilities in Parks • and Recreation. 4 • FINANCING The revenues from the .25 cent Sales Tax are estimated based on Finance Department sales tax projections. RELATIONSHIP TO OP~RATING BUDGET The Ballot Issue identified funding for the operating costs for the majority of the new park development projects. The operating costs for renovation/refurbishment projects are expected to remain the same but increase annually for inflationary increases. PARKS AND RECREATION ADVISORY BOARD RECOMMENDATION: On May 20, the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board reviewed the Parks and Recreation Capital Improvement Program and voted unanimously (5:2 with 2 Board members absent) to approve the staff recommendation for budget revision and to forward this recommendation to City Council. • • • LOTTERY FUND 2003-2008 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM May, 2002 OV~RVIEW The Lottery Fund CIP is based on the May 16, 2001 joint recommendation to City Council as requested of the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board and the Open Space Board of Trustees. HIGHLIGHTS Projected annual revenues are $750,000 per year based on average collection for past years. For the purposes of the Capital Improvement Program (CIP), staff has included only projects which meet the CIP definition. Distribution of Lottery Funds: $304,000 Payment of debt service on Area III property approved by City Council $] 00,000 Department of Open Space for Mountain Park projects • $150,000 Tributary Greenways The following numbers will vary depending on the Lottery Revenue amount per year: $ 20,000 Cost Allocations Remaining funds Split 50% to Parks and Recreation and 50% to Open Space The proposed Greenways projects are identified in the multi-departmental CIP. Operating and maintenance requirements for Greenways are provided likewise by a variety of agencies (City, State, and private). POLICY ISSUES None FINANCING Generally, the estimated revenues for each year are conservative figures to make Certain that funds area available to complete the projects supported by them. RELATIONSHIP TO OPERATING BUDGET • The 1995 .25 cent Parks and Recreation Sales Tax Ballot Issue identified funding far the operating costs for the majority of the new development projects. The operating costs for • renovation/refurbishment projects are expected to remain the same but increase annually for inflation. PARKS AND RECREATION ADVISORY BOARD RECOMMENDATION: On May 20, the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board reviewed the Parks and Recreation Capital Improvement Program and voted unanimously (5:2 with 2 Board members absent) to approve the staff recommendation for budget revisions and to forward this recommendation to City Council. • • 7 Department Parks & Recreation • Funding source Parks & Recreation i995 Ba!!ot Map-Number Project Name 51 Foothills Community Park- .25 SalesTax Funding source Permanent Parks & Recreation Fund Map-Number Project Name 52 Flatiron Golf Course Improvements PP&R 49 Foothills Community Park- PP&R 7 East Boulder Community Park PP&R 45 Relocation of Existing Facilities PP&R • ~.~ ~~~, ~, ~~ ~~ ~ • 8 City of Boulder Captial Improvement Projects, 2003 - 2008 Parks and Recreation ~ ~ ~ ~,j Legend Year of ProJect ~ Funtled Prlorto 2003, ongoing wark ~ 2003 ~ 2004 - 2008 ~ Funded Prior to 2003, onBaing work ~ 2003 = 2004-2008 ~` a5 t . __ __°~.__ ~. ~ ~ 9 _~. _~ 2003-2008 CAPITAL IlVIPROVEMENTS PROGRAM ~ Permanent Parks & Recreation Fund Iz-rut-oz $ Prior to 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2003 Projected Projected Projected Projected Projected Projected Ea~sting Facility - Enhancements / Upgrades Flatiron Golf Course lmprovements PP&R 1,279,600 13Q000 130,000 130,000 13q000 13Q000 130,000 E~asting Facility - Enhancements / Upgrades Total: 1,279,600 130,000 130,000 130,000 130,000 130,000 130,000 New Construcdon - Growth Related Fac~7ity / Additioas Comments Eas[BoulderCommunityParkPP&R 0 0 0 600,000 700,000 700,000 700,000 Foothills CommuniTy Park- PP&R 3,136,855 837,079 0 0 100,000 0 0 Added 2006 $ New Coostruction - Growth Related Facility 1 Additionc Total: 3,136,855 837,079 0 600,000 500,000 700,000 700,000 ReconstrucNon Relceation of F~isting Facilities PP&R 0 0 I,OOQ000 0 0 0 - 0 RecoastrucHon Total: 0 0 1,000,000 0 0 0 0 Grand Total: 4,416,455 967,079 1,130,000 730,000 930,000 830,000 830,000 • 10 2003-2008 CAPTTAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM Parks & Recreation 1995 Ballot 12-Ju1-02 $ Priorto 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2003 Projected Projected Projected Projected Projected Projected Existing Facility - Enhancements / Upgrades Recreation CentedPOOI Lnprovements 25 Sales Tarz 0 0 0 0 ExisNng Facility - Enhancements / Upgrades Total: 0 0 0 0 New Construction - Growth Related Facility / Additions Foothills Community Pazk- 25 SalesTaz 1,863,735 740,232 223,798 50,577 Parksite Acquisition 25 Sales Tax Fund 0 0 0 0 NeighborhowUPOCket Park Developmen[ 25 Sales Tax 1,889,940 400,445 400,181 400,150 New Construction - Growth Related Facility / Additions Total: 3,753,675 1,140,677 623,979 450,727 Grand Total: 3,753,675 1,140,677 623,979 450,727 Comments 729,384 610,930 347,041 Decreased 2007 729,384 610,930 347,041 0 0 0 Decrcased Funding 0 100,000 10~,000 Pushed Back from 2004 150,033 847,025 847,025 Decreased Funding 150,033 947,025 947,025 879,417 1,557,955 1,294,066 11 ~ • .i ~,~. ~ ... . ..... . . . ... _ ~ .~.. __,.,... .._ . .. . ___ . . .. ~~Parks end Recreation sta(f work closely with Planning staff as required for property development. 4 1 ~ ~ii y:~ti ~ ~.~fi] ' p pi I'i ~I ~ e _ K1Y pf~~' Y~"'~~~ W :~Rbli ~~~ :t . ~ ~~ :' C~ ~ ~~'~ ~ ^~a ~1 ~~1~ ~4.~ ~(f l~ 2i ..._ v 9 a~ c •' . ~ o4g*,.rd~ e .i. .. . ,..F .:r:. s~m . . .. i .. . ., a _ <.. . ._~.... £i Su. . . . . . . _ ~ a Funding Prlor 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 Planned Funding to 2003 (Carry Over to 2008) Projected Funding: 1,889,940 400,445 400,181 400,150 150,033 847,025 847,025 4,934,799 ....... ,., ,_. ._..... .. 2003-2008 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM _.... . . _. _._.._,. ~. ._ _. _ ._....... - ._._.__.,. PROJECT STATUS REPORT 52 Boulder is for future redevelopment of the former Course. Recreation AdvisoN Board 5ustalnability: These improvements will increase service to the i revenues. Environmental Sustainability: New (acility deslgn will at the Flatirons current eir Mey at the Flatirons Golf Course which : ~ environmentally sustainable goals. ~; Funtling Prlor 2003 ~ 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 Plenned Punding :. to 2003 (Carry Over to 2008) <:; ProJected Funding: ,,,, 1,279,600 130,000 130,000 130,000 130,000 130,000 130,000 2,059.600 _ _.___-.. . , . _ . . , . . . . . . . . ,T-_„ . .-.. . „ , . - -. , , , ,r--~.-`~._ .., _. . .., --_, : - - . -'~-- , ,.: .. ... - . , , ~ 13 _... . Related boordlnated efforts wrth Housing Authority to purchase right of way and to constmct Violef Street to serve both ihe community park an t e Foothills Affordable Housing pro~ect. . , a s r~, 5 e~' ti ' d ¢ ~~ ~ u ;~ ~ ~ ~ a ~~ .:..1, L'1 ~d l~~ 7~ '~ a i+, ~~: t"'2{. ~ ~I I ~~v ~ i ~ p t~,~h c~ }~~~Pi :, fs~ ~~ ~L; 5 A a ~..vim h I.~ n ic :L ~i' .aFt ~t4 ~ ~ .I4 ., .. . ~ e ~' ' t .4 'SRS . ! T : t ....:. ;. ..t =G ..@ .s~ _ ., d W . .. ~ .. . . i ...x. h Funding Prior 2003 2004 2D05 2006 2007 2008 Planned Punding ta 2003 (Carry Over to 2008) Pro~ected Funding: 1,863,735 740,232 223,798 50,577 0 0 0 2,878,342 • ~ OTAL,GAPITAL CQSTS 2 8~8 342 ! 1etyYear of, Fundl,ng; tse9 ,.. ~ ,~..~. _ --- -_:.i ~ ' ; Changea frofn past CIp ~~~,Decreased Funding _.. ,.,. , ;.: ~ .... , e ..: 15 r • ~ GRWP 41EL'IER . 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Economic Suste ~. „ ~: Funding Prlor 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 Planned Funding ,' to 2003 ~ (Cerry Over to 2008) ~ ~5`- Pro~ected Fuoding: ~ 0 0 0 0 0 100,000 100,000 200,000 :~ • TOTAL OAPITAL COSTS~ ,.~. . .. ~.. ~ tstYedr of ~unding; I2o0~ ; _.. ._~ .,.,. ~. . ;- 3 200,00o . , I ,,, ...~ .., . . ru as: ~2 02-~' r'v d. n ~ 0 ApP ? Q ,,. .,. ...:~ _m~ ~._~_ $o ,. ~. , ...............~~ ..' s , ... . ~. , . .. ; ~ . ~ , , Changea frOm past CIP "~Pushe~d Back~from 2004 ~~~ 1' - T , _ - -- '-'- - - ~ -- -- -- - - ~ - -- 21