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5B - Public hearing and consideration of a recommendation to the City Council concerning the 2008 - r ~ CITY OF BOULDER ,~ PLANNING BOARD AGENDA ITEM MEETING DATE: July 19, 2007 ~ (A~enda Item Preparation Date: July 6, 2007) ~ ~ ~ ~ r ~ 4 w .. ~ ~ ~ r ~ ~. ~ AGENDA T[TLE: Public hearing and consideration of a recommendation to the City Council concernine the ?008-2013 Capital Improvements Program (CIP). REQUESTING DEPARTMENT: Planning and Development Services Ruth McHeyser, Acting Planning Director Susan Richstone, Acting Long Range Planning Manager Jean Gatza, Planner Bill Boyes, Facilities and Asset Management Carl Castillo, City Manager's OfFce Alice Guthrie, Parks & Recreation Bob Harberg, Public Works t Utilities Cim Head, Public Works / Airport Jim Marshall, Library Kara Ntertz, City Manager's Of~tice Annie Noble, Public Works / Utilities &'Cributary Greenways Stephauy Westhusin, Public Works / Transportation Delani Wlieeler, Open Space and Mountain Parks I. BACKGROUND ON THE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM ~ ~ The City of Boulder's 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program (CIP) is a six-year plan for public physical improvements. The CIP provides a forecast of funds available for capital projects ~ and identifies all planned capital improvement projects and their estimated costs over the six-year ,,,, period. The first year's program in the CIP is adopted by the City Council as the Capital Budget, as a counterpart to the annual Operating Budget. Even thou~h fiscal resources are appropriated " only in the tirst year of the CIP, the succeeding five years of the CIP are important in providing a .. longer-term plan for setting spending priorities, scheduling projects in a logical sequence, and coordinating and targeting capital improvement projects for all city departments. Capital "^ improvement projects are detined as any major project requiring the expenditure of public funds "' (over and above operating expenditures) for the purchase, construction, or replacement of the physical assets of the community. This broad definition includes those projects that are bondable ^ and includes new or expanded physical facilities as well as the land acquisition and site " improvements necessary for a project. ~ r ~ AQenda Item # SB Paee # 1 ... The CIP is ai~ essential im~rlementaTion tool for carrying out the Boulder V~lley Compreheusive Plan's policies of orderlv and etticient provision of urban facilities and services. 'The Comprehensive Plan provides for the phased growth of the ciTy with annexation Co occur only when thz full range of urban services is available. The Capital Improvements Program schedules projects that correct current facility deficiencies to meet or enhance these le~~els of ser~ ice standards througb facility expansions and mainCenance. Each year the CIP is updated by adding a new sixth ~~ear of capital improvement projects. Adjustments are made to costs and revenues forecasted the previous year. Changes may also be made to the year(s) in which a project is scheduled, retlecting changes in fiscal conditions and changes in overall ftinding priorities. New capital projects may be added or deleted based on new facility needs identified in updated or new city master plans, area plans, or studies. As stipulated by the City Charter, Che city Planning Department coordinates the process for preparing the annual C[P with other city departments. The Planning Board evaluates and makes recommendations to the City Mana~er and Cit} Council on the proposed CIP as part of the annual budget process. Planning Board's role: 1) evaluate CIP projecCS in the context of die long-term, "big picture" policies of the Boulder Valley Comprehensive Plan (BVCP); 2) make recommendatiais on the seope, priorities, ancl scl~eduling of C1P projects; 3) make reoommendations on resolving policy issues raised by the proposed location and design of CIP projects; 4) make a determination of which C[P projects will be required to undergo a Communiry and Environmental Assessment Process (CEAP) review. AdditionalLy, in recent years the Planning Board has identified which projects should have a separate design review. The Planning Board's review of the CIP includes the policies and ptans of the BVCP, but also looks to subcommunity plans, area plans and departmental master plans. As defined in the Comprehensive Plan, subcommunity plans and area plans provide more detailed planning for land use, urban design, neighborhood revitalization, and public taciliry oeeds. Most departments now have functional master plans for the provision of services and facilities. Master plans are developed to be consistent with the policies and the growth projections in the Comprehensive Plan. They typically include level of service standards needed to meet BVCP goals and policies, more specific policies, and system-wide priorities for scheduling and targeting capital improvements. In the past few years there has been a city-wide effort to examine long-term resource needs for system maintenance and deticiency correction. This effort will continue in the future and will be reflected in future CIPs. For the 2008 budget process, the city is continuing to use the Business Plan to help inake decisions about funding priorities primarity for the operating budget. The Business Plan is a decision-making tool which assists the organization in making strategic citywide recommendations regarding revenue and expense priorities for current and future funding. It serves as a link between the comprehensive plan, master plans and the recommended budget. Deparkments are asked to identify three levels of funding or funding plans: fiscally constrained, action and vision plans, similar to how this is done at the master plan level. To create these funding plans staff prioritizes programs and services into categories defined in a city-wide set of A~enda Item # SB Paee # 2 ., r " guiding priuciples. Staff identifies the levels of service currently provided in each functional area .. and whether it meets, exceeds or is below service standards and then prioritizes programs and services. This prioritization helps identify where grow~th or greater expenditure should occur as ~ well as identiiy where cuts should occur, i f required. r For the capital budget, the new elements that have been added to the CIP information for the ^ business plan, are a categorization of each proposed project as'~essential", '`desirabie" or "' '`discretionary'. These are shown on the project summary shects for each project and ~uere used ~ by all the departments to sort and organize departmental capital priorities as well as program priorities. .. • Essential services include programs, services or facilities essential to ensuring health and safety or that are legally mandated; on-going operation and maintenance of existing Cacilities ~ or inFrastructive; and investments contributing the most to achieving the wre mission of the .. city or insuring the integrity of the most fundamental responsibilities of government. ~ • Desirable services include those thaC enhance programs or facilities in ways that advance "' desired community values, or enhance essential services or quality of life improvements. ~ Also included would be funding for replacement of ao existing facility and/or infrastructure; services valued by the community and created by the le€islative action of the city of Boulder ~' City Couneil or to meet Council's budget policies; programs mauitained as "seed cord' to ~- provide a base For restoration in an economic recovery and essential programs that have been reduced, maintaining the elements of a program necessary in order to nzake future restoration ~~ possible. W. ' • Discretionarv services include those that serve limited purposes or specialized iuterests, are ~ desired by the community but not required to provide or enhance an essential service or diat ` people could obtain through other means, private or other governmental and non-profit agencies. [L THE RECOMMENDED 2008 CAPITAL BUDC:ET r ~ The 2008 Capital Improvements Progr<un includes proposed fundine of $42 million for 77 projects ,r in 17 funds. The entire six-year CIP includes proposed funding of $217 mitlion for 132 projects. The graph below generally describes the recommended capital funding by department for 2008. This ^ varies year to year depending on the type and cost of projects recommended for funding in that year ,,,. and the amount of external funding received. Attachment B contains highlights of the recommended capitat improvements program by fund as well as a detailed breakout of recommended funding in *" each fund. ~ ~ ~ ~ r ~ ~ ~ .. Agenda Item # 5B Pa2e # 3 [II. PLANN[NC ISSUE~ FOR 2008 CAYI'TAL INIPROVEMENTS During the budget and CIP process, 12 questions were identitied that require more information than what is provided in the fund summaries or project descriptions. This analysis is intended to provide a city-wide overview of issues affecting the capital bud~etin~ process. Answers to the following questions are listed below: l. How are capital projects prioritized in terms of the city's business plan? 2. How does the recommended capital budget address social, environmental and economic sustainability goals? Are there capital needs not shown in the CIP'? 4. How much of the CIP is from outside or leveraged fimdin~ sources? 5. What CIP projects are funded with growth-related excise tax revenue? 6. How are operating or maintenance costs for new capital projects being covered? 7. How will future uses of the Education Excise Tax be identitied and shown in the CIP? 8. What FAM projects ~vere delayed last year reallocating $150,000 from Facilities and Asset Management (FAM) to Boulder TV? Do they show up in the 2008-2013 CIP? 9. What is the progress and timing of the Fire Training Center? 10. Wllat will be the next decision-making points for the Northern Colorado Water Conservancy District (NCWCD) Conveyance - Carter Lake Pipeline? 11. What is in the CIP related to the tlood studies in progress? What will be the neYt steps? 12. What issues were raised by the advisory boards reviewing departmental CIPs? Additionally, Section IV, beginning on page 11 discusses implementation of Subcommunity and Area plans. Agenda Item # ~B Page # -~ r r .~ 1. How are capital projects prioritized, especially in terms of the city's business plan? ~ In ~eneral, capital projects are prioritized to tirst address essential services. For new projects, the ~ city also attempts to be opportunistic whenever possible by partncring with outsidc funding sources and addressing many goals at the same Yime (multi-faceted projects that ha~e ~ components ~~ith many city departments). ~„ 1'he essential, desirable, discretionary categories of funding are described below with capital project (CIP) examples: ~ • Essential Services include operaCion and maintenance of the exisYing system to maintain ., public safety. CIP examples include Broadway conerete reconstruction, pedestrian faeilities repair and replacement, and most all of the water and wastewater utility funds projects. ~ ^ • Desirable Services include facility expansions or development of new facilities. CIP ,~, examples include most of the 28`" Street Improvements, bikeway and pedestrian facility enhancements, park development, stormwater and flood enhancements and tributary "" greenways projects. .. • Discretionarv Services include mitigation projects or components of larger projects - CIP esamples include thin~s like noise walls and building new aesChetic treatments. This area of '~ the buc{get does not expand the systems or preserve the quality or integrity of the ~ iufrastructure and/or systerns. Until the economy recovers sufticiently, we will ha~~e few of this rype of project. w „~ Z. How does the recommended capital budeet adclress the city's adopted social, environmental and econnmic sustainability goals? ~ ... The Boulder Valley Comprehensive Plan's policies on community sustainability provide a ~ unifying goal to maintain and enhance the licability, health and vitality of the Boulder Valley and the natural systems of which it is a part, now and in the long-terni future. (See BVCP policies: ~ 1A1 Communiry Sustainability, 1.07 Leadership in Sustainability) ~ The purpose of capital improvements planning is to ensure that the city ean provide basic ~' services now and into the future. Most capital projects contribute to improved social conditions .. throughout the city and help ensure that the basic health and safeCy needs of all residents are tnet. There ~ve a few exceptions where projects may benefit specific areas of the city or certain "' nei~hborhoods, (ike pocket parks and multi-use paths, but even these raise the quality of life for ~ the entire community. ~ It is important for the city to plan capacity and system improvements over the long term to be " able to anticipate capital costs and potential rate increases over time. This is done primarily in the ,~ master planning process, where the future needs are planned, but also service delivery systems are evaluated for how they meet sustainability goals. Many projects will make areas of the city ` safer: stormwater and flood improvements will reduce street flooding and potential damage to .,~ property; bike and pedestrian improvements make it safer and easier for people to get from one place to another and also to use alternative modes of transportation. Other projects invest in ~ .. Aeenda Item # SB Pa¢e # ~ ~ entire systems: raw and treated water system improvements will help ensure continued delivery of safe drinking water to the entire community; wastewater treatment improvements will improve the quality of the c~~ater discharged into Boulder Creek. Improveinents to our public buildings and iacilities will enst~re their continued viabilitv into the future. Many of the transportation and trail projects will result in increased mobility which potentially~ contribute to reduced auto use and pollution, but also provide better access to nearby, safe trails, paths, parks. The ability for people to walk or bike to wark, school or shopping increases Cheir h•ansportation options but it also is related to improved physical and mental health. This also applies Co proposed ne~~ trails and visitor infrastructure in Open Space and Mountain Parks. Many of these projeets include an environmental benefit like habitat protection or weed control. Many projects will have a Community and Environmental Assessment Process (CEAP) which will idenCify impacts and benefits, recommend mitigation and incorporate public outreach and input. These are listed in Attaclunent F. For these and other projects, staff ~~ill use the sustainability tools to help identify benefits and impacts and an appropriate public engagement process. 3. Are there capital needs not shown in the CIP? The capital improvements program is presented primazily as a fiscally-constrained capital budget. Included in Attachment C is a list of iuifunded projects. This information is pcovided to assist in the budget process and for the Planning Board and City Council to be fully informed about the possible range of capital needs in the city. Some of these needs are ouClined in adopted masCer plans, some are not. As more plans are developed and updated, they specifically identify Action and Vision funding plans for needs that are not included in the [iscally constrained funding plan. Man~~ of the projects on the unfunded list are related to the Fire and Library Departments which are currently in the pcocess of updating their master plans where unfunded needs will be identified and addressed. The parks and recreation projects were identitied in tl~e Action and Vision plans of the cecently completed Paxk and Recreation Master PLan. Most of these items are associated with departments that are funded from the general fund and have no other funding source than the ceneral fund. Capital impro~ements are not typically funded from the general fund. General fund deparCment projects are funded from the capital developtnent fund if ~-owth related (geuerated from deve(opment excise tax revenues). 4. How much of the CIP is from external or leveraged funding sources? Various city departments receive external funds, typically state or federal, that require an application or selection process to identify specitlc projects for use of these funds. Transportation projects typical(y receive the majority of external funding through the Denver Regional Councit of Governments (DRCOG) Transportation Improvement Program (TIP). The program distributes federal 5afe Accountable Flexible Efftcient Transportation Equity Act - A Legacy for Users (SAFETEA-LU) funding for transportation projects. The Colorado Departinent of Transportation (CDOT) also awards funding for specific projects through a selection process. Council approves applications prior to submittal. Applications are submitted to DRCOG approximately Q-5 years prior to project implementation. Extemal funding influences the timing AQenda Item # SB PaQe # 6 r ~ of projects in the CIP because there is usually a requirement for matching funds and tiinin~ of „~ construction. Each year the capital budgets are revised to proride local match funding where necessary and take advantage of as much external Cuuding opportunities as possible. w r .. ~ ~ .. .. ~ .. ThP tahla hPlrnv Aecrrihec estern~l fundin? antiCitlatEd fOC DYOteCtS pYODOSOCI lYl 2OOH. Total City External Sources Fundin Fundin~ Fundin Airport Fund $631,600 $15,800 or $615,800 or FAA, CDOT Division of 3% 97% Aeronautics Transportation $8.5 million $5.6 million $2.9 million or SAFF,TEA-LU Fund or 66% 34% CDO'I' Flood & $8 million $~1.2 million $3.7~ million SAFETEA-LU, Urban Stormwater / or 53% oc 47% Drainage and Flood Greenwa s Control District (UDFCD) Total $17.1 million $9.8 million $7.3 million ,,,,, AddiYional external funding of $2.~ million for transportation projecCs is anticipated m zuu~~. Funding oF $500,000 per year from the LJDFCD is anticipated f'or the 2008-2013 CIP. .. .. Projects include: Transportation ~" • 30th Street Access Improvements BTV: Bluff to Walnut ~ ~ Transit Priority Operational Improvements (Arapahoe) ~ Pearl - 30t1z Intersection Improvements '~ • Arapahoe Multi-Use Path: Folsom to 30th "" • Canyon & Folsom Intersection Iinprovements ~ ~ East Aircratt Parking Apron Rehabilitation (Airport Pund) ` Stormw~ater, Flood Management and Greenways ,.,, • Elmer's Twomile Greenways Project, Goose Creek to Glenwood 5. What CIP projects are funded with growth-related excise tax revenue? ~, ~ The Development Excise "Cax (DET) is intended to serve the following purposes: (a) to provide that new capital improvement needs are met as non-residential and residential ^ development occurs; .. (b) to fund the cost of transportation projects needed due to growth; (c) to fund the acquisition and development o£ new neighborhood and communiry park land " and recreation centers and the development of existing parks and recreation ceuters to .+ serve the needs of city residents. '~ Grow~th related excise taxes provide capital funding for the capital development fund, the "' transportation development fund and a portion of the permanent parks and recreation fund. They ~ include: (see project summary sheets in Attachment D for specific project descriptions): • Construction of bike (anes on 30`" Street from Arapahoe to Pearl. ~ • Transportation improvements for cars, bikes and pedestrians on 63`d Street from Lookout ,~, to the Diagonal. ~ • Funding for transportation improvements coordinated with new private development. ~ A~enda Item # SB Pa¢e # 7 r Some funding fron~ the permanent parks and recreation fund for improvements at the East Boulder Community Yark, 1'oothills Community Park, and neighborhood pocket park decelopment. • Fundino ceserved for public plaza improvemeots and facility improvements. Gro~th-relaCed excise tax revenues 111ce decreased significantly since 2003. Staff is monitoring this revenue stream to determine lona range trends and potential impacts. Developmei~t Excise taxes are not co~~ering the full capital costs related to growth. The Blue Ribbon Commission has expressed an interest in assessing Che extenC that the revenue Irom the excise taxes covers eapital needs related to growth. Staff believes there is a need to re- evaluate the cunent excise tas rates and structure. In 1996. "Cischler and Associates Inc. conducted a study for the city and recommended increases to the ciry s impact fees and taYes to better represent the actual capiCal eosts of growth. The City Council placed a proposed DET Lax increase on the ballot in 1997 that was lower than what the "I~ischler study recommended and the ballot issue failed. In 1998, Council reconsidered the issue and proposed increasin~ the existing rates by the raYe of inflation, which was approved by the voters. 6. How arc operating or maintenance costs for new capital projects being covered? Each fimd has an identiFied soucce of operaCions and maintenance funding. Many restricted funds (e.g. Transportation, Open Space, .25 Cent Sales Tax) can allocate funds for capital projects, as well as their operations and maintenance. Some restricted funds (e.g. Transportation Excise Tax Fund, Capital Dec~elopment Fund, Permanent Parks and Recreation) must be used strictly for capitat projec~s. For projects associated with these funds, operations and maintenance funding funds relies on other funding sources, including the Transportation Fund and the General Cund. New projects or enhancements to existing infrastructure otten result in new or increased maintenance needs. If the maintenance needs are relatively minor, tl~e costs are absorbed into a departmenYs existing operating budget. If; however, the new• or increased maintenance costs are substantial, then these costs should be included in the depariment's operating Action Plan request. Approval of Action Plan requests depend on available funding and consideration of competing citywide program/service needs. 7. How will future uses of the Education Excise Tax be identified and shown in the CIP? In 2003 the City Council approved criteria to evaluate future uses of the Education Excise Ta:c (EET). At that time, Council directed that EET revenues be programmed for expenditure as part of the city's Capital Improvement Programming process. These funds are intended co be used for large capital expenditures that exceed $1,000,000 and are not intended to be programmed on an annual basis. There is approximately $3.5 million cunently remaining in the fund. Aeenda Item # SB Paee # 8 ~ ~. - Pursuant to recent Council action on the city's Social Sustainability Plan, Council expanded Che ,,., allowable use of EET beyond capital needs. In order to reconcile Chat decision with existing EET guidelines, Council will be asked to consider adopting the followine policy language in July: ~ .. 1. EET revena~es shall be used primarily for capidal e~xpenclitures. In rare circumstances, lhey muy alsu be used.for extraordinury one-time operational ~ expendit2tre,r. .. The 2008 CIP includes a preliminary estimate for Casey Middte School Tmprovements to rebuild "~ the schoot at a gold certified Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LGED} staudard. " The fiinding would be for additional `green' improven2ents than are tiot included in Yhe district's ~, bond funding. City Council ~rill consider this item in August. No other prqjects have been identitied for funding at this Cime. Projects may be identified by the Boulder Valley School ~ District or the city and will be initially assessed by the City Council School Subcommittee as " the}~ arise. .. 8. What Facilities and Asset Management (FAM) projects were delayed -ast year reallocating ~ ~150,000 from FAM to Boulder TV? Do they show up in the 2008-2013 CIP? ~ For tl~e 2007 budget, Council approved $150,000 for Boulder "I V by realtocating general fund dollars trom the PAM budget. FAM received additional fundino in 2007 ($40,000 from the city "~ manager's reserve fund) for major maintenance, renovation and replacement to help offset the ,,,, impacts of the $150.000 allocated for BTV. The additional funds have allowed FAM to proceed with the West Senior Center rooting project and the Municipal Building HVAC replacements in `~ 2007. Traditionally maintenance projects like these are uot individually called out in the CIP, but ^ are prioritized and funded with Facilities Major Maintenance Funds. The remaining deferred maintenance projects (New Britai~ elevator refurbishment and Park Central Boiler and Pump ~ Replacements) aze not calted out in the 2008-2013 C[P but they will be prioritized and scheduled *~ for completion in the coming years. r. 9. What is the progress and timing of the Fire Training Center? W., The Fire Training Center Design Team is now under contract (Roth-Sheppard) and design efforts are underway. Staff is working to iden[ify impacts and mitigation for wildlife and weClands. It is ~ anticipated that we will submit the Use Review application in the fall and review and approval Y. will take a fe~v months, anticipating construction in 2008. r 10. What will be the next decision-making points for the NC WCD Conveyance - Carter Lake "' Pipeline? M Utilities staff have recommended fitnding in 2008 and 2009 for construction of the Northern ~ Colorado Water Conservancy District (NCWCD) Conveyance - Carter Lake Pipeline. The ,,., pipeline is estimated to cost $33 miliion; depending on the number of final participants, the city's share of the cost may range from $20 to $25 million. The other water providers participating in ~ the project include: Little Thompson Water District, town of Frederick and Left Hand Water - District. -- A~enda Item # SB Pa~e # 9 Utilities staff and consultants prepared an °Integrated Evaluation of the Boulder Resercoir ~~ater Treatment Plant (BRWTP) Source Water ProYection and Treatment Improvements", which evaluated six alternatives for source water protection and treatment and recommends that the city mo~~c forward wikh the construction of a pipeline from Carter Lake to the Boulder Reservoir Water Treatment Plant. The pipeline H~ould provide excellent source water protection and a much more uniform water quality, increasing treatment process rel'aability. duilding the pipeline would also add incTeased flexibility iu water supply facilities at the BRVv`TP and might procide a sli~ht inerease in the yield of the city's Windy Gap water supplies during drought periods. The Water Resources Adeisory Board (WRAB) has revie~tied the report and subsequent additional analysis for treatment ahernatives at the BRWTP at several meetings leading up to the proposed budget. The WRAB ~~oted 3-2 to `'recommend that City CoLmcil dela}' construction of Boulder's portion of the Carter Lake Pipeline and considcr it as a future phase for implementation after the following actions have occurred: 1) Construction of Boulder E~eservoir Water Treatment Plant improveinents (G102 and i1V or alternates) 2) [mplementation of the canal bypasses, SMP's and other protective measures for the BouLder Feeder Canal 3) Existing bonded indebtedness has been significantly reduced." The baard w•as concerned about the rate increases that would be necessary to fund the pipeline when the w~ater currently meets regulaton~ standards. Dissenting board inembers supported the staff recommendaCion and indicated that the pipeline is a neeessary irnprovement to protect the safety of the 4vater and it is better not to delly the project. The board's fu11 motion is included in the Utilities overeiew in ACtacliment D. Staff will provide additional information regardinp the impacts and viability of the WRAI3 recommendations at the July 31, 2007 Budget Study Session and Council wilf hace an opportunity to discuss and provide input on the project. 11. What is in the CIP related to the flood studies in progress? What will be the next steps7 The Soutli E3oulder Creek Flood Mapping Study is complete and will be submitted to the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) in the near future. The mapping snidy results will became the basis for future floodpLain management, mitigation plannin~, regulatory restrictiotis and flood insurance requirements for the South Boulder Creek corridor. FEMA review will take nine to 12 months. Funding for South Boulder Creek flood mitigation planning is recommended in 2008 ($ t ~0,000). It is anticipated the mitigation p(anning will be comp(eted in 2009 ($300,000) and construction of mitigation improvements will begin in 2010 ($3 million). It is anticipated that the focus of these efforts would be [o primarily mitigate the impacts of flooding in the West Valley, w~here flood impacts were previously not identified and substantial urban development has since occurred. It is also important that flood mitiaation planning be coordinated with the U.S. 36 Corridor Improvements-Environmental Impact Statement. The city is also pursuing Federal funding for this project. Aeenda Item # SB Qage # 10 ~ ~ " Staff and consultants are working to complete a tlood mitigation plan that w111 describe a ,,,. recommended approach and rnitigation projects for Wonderland Creek and Fourmile Canyon Creek. It is anticipated that the plan will Ue complete by the end of this year. Funding has been proposed in " the 2008-1013 CIP for improvements to impleinent the plan. The proposed funding includes: ~ $250,000 per year for Courmile Cauyon Creek and $250,000 (in 2009-2010) and $500,000 2011- 2013) for Wonderland Creek improvements. r. "~ 12. What concerns or issues were raised by the :~dvisory boards reviewing departmental CIPs? w "' Questions and concerns raised by the boards are summarized below. Excerpts from the summary ,,. minutes regarding the CIP are included in the fund overviews under Ad~~isory Board Action in the beginning of each section of Attachment D. ~ .. TransportaTion r Z`he Transportation Advisory 6oard (TAB) reviewed the CIP aY its May 14 and lune 1 I, 2007 meetings and unanimously recommended approval of the draft 2008-2013 Transportation Capital - Improvements Program (CIP) as submitted by staff. Topics of discussion inchided: breakout for ,,, modal funding and how it is allocated, Pearl Park~uay P'rontage land cxchange, 30`n & Peart intersection improvements, and inereased construction costs and the need for additional revenue !" sources. ~ Utilities ~ The w'ater Resource Advisory Board (WRAB) reviewed the draft 2008-2013 Utilities Capital ~ Impro~~ements Program (CIP) at its May 21 and June 28, 2007 meetings. As described abo~~e. the W[~B ~~oted 3-2 to approve the CIP as presented by staff excluding the funding in 2008 and ! 2009 for the NCWCD Conveyance - Carter Lake Pipeline. ~ ,^, Parks and Recreation The Parks and Recreation Advisory E3oard (PRAB) reviewed and rewmmended approval of the ` draft 2008-2013 Parks and Recreation Capital [mprovements Program (CIP) at its May 21, 2007 ,~ meeting. The PRAB expressed supporC for continuing to allocate funds to the Unanticipated Opportunities allocation. Several PRAB members expressed the desire that these funds could be r used to develop a portion of Valmont City Park when the park master plan is updated. Staff ~- continned that the portion of Unanticipated Opportunities funds provided by the Permanent ,,,~, Parks and Recreation Fund would require the PRAB's approval once a specitic project had been identified. ~ .. Tributarv Greenwavs The Greenways Advisory Committee reviewed the Greenways CIP unanimously recommended ' approval of the CIP at its June 20, 2007 meeting. ., Open Space and Mountain Parks ^ The Open Space Board of Trustees reviewed the 2008-2013 Open Space Fund and L~ttery Fund " CIP at their June 27, 2007 meeting. The Boazd unanimously recommended approval of the CIP ,~, as presented by staff for the Open Space Fund and the Lottery Fund. During its consideration of this item the OSBT discussed the importance of achieving the goals of the Acquisition and " Management Plan 2005- 2001 including acquisition of approximately 7,000 acres in order *- Agenda Item # SB PaEe # 11 .. to complete Che plan; as well as implementation of the Visitor Master Plao (VMP) witllin the projected time frame. Fundino for the intiastructure of the VMP is based on S45Q000 a~mually from the Open Space Fund and will return to the vision plan level in 2009 ~vhen the agreed portion of Lottery Funds is reinstated for OSMP purposes in the amount of approximately $475,000 annuall}~. [V. IiVIPLEMF,NTAT[ON OF SUBCOMMUNITY ANll AREA PLAtY5 The following questions provide an overview of capital projects related to adopted subcomm~mity and area plans as well as inFormation regarding capital projects in specitic geo~raphic areas oFfocus throughout the citr. L What projects are proposed in the ~Cransit Village Area? 2. How is the implementation of the North Boulder Subcommunity Plan (NBSP) being addressed in Che C1P'? 3. What future capital projects will be proposed associated with the Gunbarrel Community Center Plan`? 1. What pro,jects are proposed in the Transit Village Area`.' CLirrently there is fimding proposed in 20Q8 and 2009 for transportatiou improvements in the area including: Bicvcle lanes on 30th Street between Pearl Street aild Arapahoe. "I'his pro,ject will complete the bieyele lane corridor on 30`" Street by constructing the missing links between Pearl a~tid l~rapahoe. Pearl-30`~' Intersection Improvements. "This project will increase operational efficiency for vehicles and transit and improve pedestrian crossings and is scheduled for fundino in 2008. Che intersection is adjacent to the Boulder Transit Vitla~e and will see a signiticant increase in bus and pedestrian activity with the upcoming construction of the R'fD Transit Station. The intersection improvements incl~de double left turn lanes on 30`h for northbound traffic; raised pedestrian crossings at free right turns and signal controller enhancements for improved communication, Cransit pciority and lzike activation. 30`~' Street Access Imorovenlents from Bluff to Walnut. First phase access improvements include constructing one mid-block crossing of 30`~' Street between Valmont and Pearl; constructin~ two transit super stops, improving access from Goose Creek multi-use path to 30'h Street, and a bic~~de/pedestrian underpass of 30'~' Street at the Boulder and Left-hand Ditch. The Goose Creek aecess will proeide a critieal missing link behveen the Goose Cceek Path and the sidewalks and on-street bikelanes on 30`h Street. Capital projects identified in the draft Transit Village Area Plan are not yet shown in the 2008-2013 CIP. Once the plan is approved and the implementation plan is developed, funding sources for needed capital projects will be identified and projects will be included in future capital budgets. Asenda [tem # 5B Pa¢e # 12 ~. w "" 2. How is the implementation of the North Boutder Subcommunity Plan (NBSP) being .. nddressed in the CIP? ~ The development of the Poothills Community Park, development of various neighborhood and ~ pocket parks and Fourmile Creek Improcements are included in the 2008-2013 CIP (see ~ descxipCion by department below). Additionally, bicycle and pedestrian connections typic~lly occur in norCh Boulder annualty, but are not speciFically called o~rt in the CIP, as they are done '~ opportunistically, or as part of a larger pro~ram (e.~;., greenways, bikeway, or sidewalk ,,, improvement programs). Partial funding ('or the construction of the North Boulder branch library has been appropriated and is still earmarked for this project; funding for branch operations ` has not been secured. ~ ~ Pnrks Department: "Che Foothills Community Park in north Boulder is proposed for continued funding for phase three construction (2008-2010, 2013). l~akota Ridge Pocket Parks is proposed for ~ Funding to be constructed in 2008. There is proposed fundina in 2008 for maintenance projects at ~ Wonderland Lake Park. The Elks Neighborhood Park is proposed for Funding to begin in 2010 with construction in 2012. Initial funding is proposed in 2008 for flood and drainage improvements at " Violet Park, wiYh constiuction funding proposed 2012-2013. r Sconnwater and Flood Mana~emenl Utilitv: Fuuding for tlood mitigation projects for I'ourmile ""' Canyon Creek and Wonderland Creek arc proposed for funding trom 2008-2013. Greenways pro.jects ~- are coordinated with these efforts. '~ Tributarv Greenwavs: Improvements to Fourmile Creek including environmental restoration and " an off-street trail connecting 26`~' to 28`~' Streets are proposed and are projected to be constructed „~ in 2009 and 2010. Improvements to Wouderland Creek from Foothills to the Diagonal are proposed in 201 I- 2d 13. ~ ,., 3. What future capital projects will be proposed associated with the Gunbarrel Communily~ Center Plan? ~ ~.+~ Bike, pedestrian and roadway improvements to 63rd St. from Lookout to the Diagonal are ~ included in the Transportation Development Fund 2008 CIP. Staff will also de~~elop an implementaYion plan and schedule for the Gunbanel Community Center Plan. Staff R will coordinate with other city departments to idenCify and prioritize public improvements for the ,. Gunbarrel CommLmity Center and determine approximaCe costs and timing. Future capital improvements associated with the Gunbarrel Community Center Plan will include street and "'" sidewalk improvements and bicycle and trail connections. Improvements in the long-term could ~ also include potential library and park facilities if appropriate locations and new sources of funding are identitied. ^ "' V. IMPLEMENTATION OF MASTER PLANS 1. Which Master Plans are currently being updated or are scheduled for update in the near "' future? ~ Updates in Progress r ^ Librarv - last update in 1996, anticipated completion in 3007 A¢enda Item # SB Pase # 13 ., Fire - last update in 1996, anticipated completion in 200R Greenw~avs - minor update, last updated in 2002 Water pualitv Strate#;ic Pian - begun in 2001, anticipated completion 2008 Upclates to begin in 2007 ^ Raw Water- last update in 1988 ^ Utilities enterprise ptans Recentl~- Completed Updates • Wastewater TreaCment Plant 20Q7 ^ Storm~vater 2007 ^ Airport Master Plan 2007 ^ Parks and Recreation 2006 • Housing and Human Services 200~ • Facilities and Asset Manaeemeni 2005 • Open Space and Nlountain Parks Visitor Plan 2005 ~ Comprehensive Flood and Stormwater Utility Master Plan 2004 • Transportation 2003 ~ Police 2003 ^ W asYewater Collectian System 2002 • Treated Water 2001 • Strategic Technology 2QQl 2. Is the provision of capital facilities keeping pace with demand or service standards at the level speci6ed in departmental master plans? The extent to which capitai facitities ace meeting adopted sta~dards varies by depactmenl as outlined below. Transoortation The 2003 Transportation Master Plads (I'MP) first priority is maintenance of the existing transpartation system. The spending for system maintenance and purchasing capacity was reduced over several years due to budget cuts and material cost increases in items such as fuel, asphalt, and concrete. An additional increase in the operating budget ~vas implemented in 2007 and has been requested in the 2008 ~vhich, if approved, will continue to bring us closer to service standards but will not completely cover prior budget reductions and material cost inereases. [n addition, the TMP contains a set of multi modal transportation investments that tivere intanded to accomplish the plan s objectives. These objectives are: • Continued progress toward no grow~th in long-term vehicle trafflc; • Reduction in single-occupant-vehicle Yravel to 25 percent of all trips; • Continued reduction in mobile source emissions of air poltutants; and, • No more than 20 percent of roadways congested (at Level of Service (LOS) F); • Expand tiscally viable transportation alternatives for all Boulder residents and employees, including the elderly and those with disabilities; and Inerease transportation alternatives commensurate ~vith the rate of emptoyee growth, Aeenda Item # SB PaQe # 14 ~ '~ Achieving these objectives depends on making imestments to provide transportation options for +~ the population and employment expected in the future. Currently the plan is only approximatel}~ sixty percent funded. Consequently we are currently unable to support the full investment ~ progrun in the plan. In the absence of additional funding or other tnitigation strategy the city "' will be unable to maintain propress toward established plan objectives. ~ Utilities ~ The recently updated treated water, ~vastewater collection aud wastewater treatment master plans .. as well as the raw water master plan provide direetion for capital needs to meet the adopted service standards. For the Stormwater and Flood Management Utility, staff has reviewed this ~ question as part of the Comprehensive Flood and 5tormwater (CFS) Utility Master Plan and ~ Stormwater Master Plan that ~vas completed this year. These needs have been programmed in the ~„ CIP. " Funding f'or the Utilities Uivision capital improvement program is derived primarily from ,.~ monthly utility fees but also include Plant Investment Fees (PIFs), hydroelectric sales to Xcel Energy and some external tunding. [f thesc funds are insufticient, projects G~~ill be funded by "" issuing revenue bonds with the debt seivice financed by general utility charges. The rates are ~. evaluated based on proposed capital needs in conjunetion with the development of the operating budget. '~ Facilities and Asset Mana~ement (PAM) ~ The capital plan is not keeping pace with the sYandards put forth in the Facilities & Asset Management (FAM) Master Plan. The FAM Master P(an specities Chat 1% of the current "' replacement value (CRV) of facilities will be used for renovation and replacement of General ~ Fund facilities. FAM's operational budoets for routine and major maintenance have been si~nificantly reduced which may impacY reno~•ation and replacemeilt schedules for non-essential ~` faeilities in the future. Tt1e FAM Master Plan Update addresses this issue and recommencts an ~ Action Plan to restc~re funding to provide industry• standard secvice levels Cor all Ueneral Fund ~ Cacilities by 2014. ~ Libra ~ ,~ The provision and upkeep of capital facilities for the library has not kept pace with service standards, as outlined in the 2007 Libran~ Master Plan. The library's most recent facility addition "' at the George Reynolds Branch in South Boulder was completed in 1994. The last addition to the ~, Main library is over fifteen years old. '~" The library's facilities are no longer adequate to address either the rapidly changin~ world oY -~ libraries or the specific needs ofBoulder's evolving population and service expectations. The master plan outlines needed improvements in children's and teen spaces, in meeting, reading and study spaces, as well as in areas originally designed to house the physical collection and " information technology of the early 1990s. ~ The drait master pian calls Ebr a comprehensive study of the best use of existing library spaces, `~ and an analysis of the investments required to adequately serve the community's needs. T'he ~ study will be completed in 2008 or 2009. At that time financing alternatives, including fund- raising, a specific library tax ballot initiative, and others, will be critically evaluated. ~ Agenda Item # SB Pa~e # 15 ~ Parks & Recreation The Parks ~tnd Recreation capital plan, as with other fund uses, has been negatively affected by declining sales tax revenues. In 1995, the .25 Cent Sales Tax was approved to fund land acquisition, to construct new parks and recreation facilities, to renovate existing assets, and maintain the assets constructed and Funded from its revenue streain. Since 1996 there has been good progress on building some new park and recreation assets and re~ovating others. Since experienciug the revenue decline, however, the funds aeailable E'or park de~ elopment, renovation and new facilities ha~e been reduced trom prior le~els. The Pazks and Recreation 2006 Master Plan includes goals eo maintain existing facilities and assets, as ~cetl as til( in the gaps in the system. Park development prqjects are prioritizcd based on several factors. including meeting service area standards, community needs, and compliance with the 1995 ballot initiative. Another goal is to become economically sustainable; therefore capital projects are also prioritized based on the potential to produce re~•enue and enhance economic ~~itality. A long range concern is that the .2~ Cent Sales Tax sunsets in 2015 and r'et the fimds are used foi permanent park and faciiity maintenance. With or without revemie declines, absent a ne~v source of funds after 2015 to replace thc .25 Cent Sales Tax, the department's abiliry to adequately manage its assets cvill become constrained. Open Space and Mountain Parks The Visitor Master Plan (VNiP) adopted in April 2005 includes a sysYem-wide trails assessment and standards for partic~ilar services. Areas of priority include: sustainability of the existing trails system, mavagement of undesignated trails. critical connections and unsafe road crossings. The plaai helps to prioritize these identified nceds ~nd proposes implementation options at three levels: Current Funding, action Plan Funding and Identified Needs or Vision Plan Funding. AddiYional funds totaling $2~0,000 per year were requested to lielp implement the plan at the Identitied Needs funding level starting in 200~. The portion of Lottery Funds that has been divided betw°een Packs and Recreation (P&R) aud OSMP since 2002 will be retained by P&R in 2008 and is intended to be reestablished, which will return the VMP infrastructure implementation to the Vision Plan Icvel. Sources of supplemental funds include increases in tax revenues, access to Lottery aud GOCO funds, grants and donations. Vol~mteer participation is a component of many projects. Increasing visitation continues to impact the Opeu Space and Mountain Parks system and a year long visitation study from June 2004 through June 2005 provides updated information on numbers, densities, times and types of use, and destinations and oxigins of visits. Additional funds totaling $250,000 pex year were requested for a total of $450,000 annualfy, to help implement the plan at the Identified Needs funding level starting in 200~. VI. REVIEW AND COMMENTS FROM BOULDER COUNTY PLANNING DEPARTMENT ~' ~ Review of the draft 2008-2013 CIP by county planning staff will be done in July. Any recommendations will be f'orwarded to both Pianning Board and CoimciL ~ .. ~ ~ Agenda Item # SB Page # 16 • .. ~ ~ VII. SELECTION OF PROJECTS FOR CONiMUNITY AND ENVIRONNIENTAL ~ ASSESSMENT PROCESS (CEAP REVIEW) ^ The projects that are proposed to be evaluated under Community and Environmental Assessmeut ~ Process (CEAP) review are listed in Attachtnent F. ~ CEAP reviews are prepared when pcojects are in the site location and facility~ design phase. The `~ primary purpose of the CEAP is to encourage the consideration of potential social and .._ environmental impacts in planning and decision making and, ultimatety, to arrive at actions that ~ are achieve the objectives oCthe project with the fewest impacts. "I'he inYent of the CEAP is to make project planning more efficient in considering issues in advance of implementation. ~ .~ CEAP tindings are submitted by departments to their respective advisory board for review as part of CIP project approval. Council has the opportunitv to call up projects for their review and "" approval. (For those departments that do not have an advisory board, Planning Board is ~ responsible for reviewing CEAP tindings as part oCproject approval.) ~` VIII. SUMMARY OF STAFF RECOMNIENDATIONS ~ Staff recommends that Planning 13oard: ~ a. recommend approval of the 2008-2013 Capital [mprovements Program as '~ submitted; ~ b. recommend approval of the list of CIP projects to undergo a Community and En~~ironmental Assessment Process as presented in Attachment F; and ` e. recommend approval of design review processes recommended by staff in ,~ Attachment G. ~ Approved By: ^ Ruth McHeyser ,,. Acting Planning Di ector "' ATTACHMENTS: .. Attachment A contains the action minutes of the Planning Board's recommendations to Council for last year's CIP. "~" Attachment B summarizes the highlights of the 2008-2013 CIP by fund. ~- Attachment C includes a table showing Untimded Capital Needs Attachment D provides the CIP submissions by Department, including each fund / department overview and project status reports. " Attachment E provides spreadsheets for the 2008-2013 CIP by fund. ~, Attachment F is a list of projects recommended for a CEAP. Attachment G is a list of projects suggested for design review and a list of projects with r exterior changes. .. Attachment H is spreadsheets of projects by Subcommunity. ° A~enda Item # SB Ya~e # 17 r -~ Approved August 24, 2O06 ~ CITY OF BOULDER PLANNING BOARD ACTION MINUTES - July 20, 2006 ,,, Council Chambers Room, Municipal Building 1777 Broadway ~ ,~ A permanent set of these minutes and a tape recording (maintained for a period of seven years) are retained in Central Records (telephone: 303-441-3043). Minutes and streaming '~ audio are alSO available oD the web at: http://www.ci.boulder.co.us/planning/planningboard/agendas ~ BOARD MEMBERS PRESENT: - Elise Jones, Chair ~. Simon Mole, Vice Chair John Spitzer, arrived 6:05 '~ Phil Shull r Adrian Sopher, arrived 6:05 Claire I.evy ~ Richard Sosa .. STAFF PRESENT: .. Susan Richstone, Acting Long Range Division Manager """ Jean Gatza, Planner „~ Alice Guthrie, Parks & Recreation Jim Reaser, Pazks & Recreation " Bill Boyes, Facilities and Asset Management „_ Annie Noble, Tributary Greenways Delani Wheeler, Open Space and Mountain Pazks " Mike Orosel, Open Space and Mountain Pazks .,, Stephany Westhusin, Transportation Tim Head, Airport Manager .. ... 1. CALL TO ORDER Chair, E. Jones declared a quorum at 6:04 pm and the following business was r conducted. ~ 2. APPROVAL OF MINUTES ~ On a motion by, P. Shull seconded by S. Mole, the Planning Board -- approved as amended the 7une 15, 2006 minutes. Vote 4-0 (E. Jones abstained, ,,, A. So~her and J. Spitzer absent) -~ On a motion by, C. Levy seconded by S. Mole, the Planning Boazd ,~ approved as amended the June 22, 2006 minutes. Vote 6-0 (P. Shull abstained) " On a motion by, A. Sopher seconded by R. Sosa, the Planning Board ,, approved as amended the July 6, 2006 minutes. Vote 6-0 (C. Levy and S. Mole abstained) .r "' S:~PLAN~Share\CIP~22008-2013 docs~nal memo docs~att A 7.20.06 min approv.doc ~ Paae 1 3. PUBLIC PARTICIPATION None 4. DISCUSSION OF DISPOSITIONS, PLANNING BOARD CALL-UPS 5. ACTION ITEMS A. Public Hearing and consideration of a recommendation to the City Manager concerning the 2007-2012 Capital Improvements Program (CIP) Presenter: Jean Gatza On a motion by S. Mole, seconded by R. Sosa (Vote 7-0) Planning Board recommended City Council approval of the stormwater and flood management 2007-2012 CIP. On a motion by S. Mole, seconded by R. Sosa (Vote 7-0) Planning Board recomnnended City Council approval of the wastewater 2007-2012 CIP. On a motion by S. Mole, seconded by It. Sosa (Vote 7-0) Planning Boazd recommended City Council approval of the water 2007-2012 CIP. On a motion by S. Mole, seconded by R. Sosa (Vote 7-0) Planning Board recommended City Council approvai of the greenways 2007-2012 CIP. On a motion by S. Mole, seconded by C. Levy (Vote, 7-0) Planning Board recommended City Council approval of the transportation 2007-2012 CIP. Motion by 3• Spitzer, seconded by C. Levy (Vote, 3-4, R. Sosa, S. Mole, P. Shull and A. Sopher opposed) to recommend City Council approval of the airport 2007-2012 CIP did not pass. On a motion by J. Spitzer, seconded by A. Sopher (Vote 7-0) Planning Board recommended City Council approval of the parks and recreation 2007-2012 CIP. On a motion by S. Mole, seconded by J• Spitzer (Vote 7-0) Planning Boazd recommended City Council approval of the open space and mountain pazks and Lottery 2007-2012 CIP's. On a motion by C. Levy, seconded by S. Mole (Vote 7-0) Planning Board recommended City Council approval of the facilities and asset management 2007-2012 CIP. On a motion by C. Levy, seconded by S. Mole (Vote 7-0) Planning Board recommended City Council approval of the general fund 2007-2012 CIP. On a motion by C. Levy, seconded by S. Mole (Vote 7-0) Planning Boazd approved attachment E, Projects recommended for a Community and Environmental Assessment Process (CEAP), of the CIP memo. S:~PLAN~Shaze\CIP~2008-2013 docs\final memo docs~att A 7.20.06 min approv.doc Paqe 2 _ ~ .. r s ~ .. ~ ~ ~ ~ .. r r r ir r r ~ r +in ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ On a motion by S. Mole, seconded by P. Shull (Vote 7-0) Planning Board approved attachment F, projects suggested for Design Review, of the CIP memo. 6. MATTERS FROM THE PLANNING BOARD, PLANNING DIRECTOR, AND CITY ATTORNEY Update on the Parks and Recreation Master Plan. 7. DEBRIEF/AGENDA CHECK S. ADJOU1tNMENT The Planning Boazd adjoumed the meeting at 10:08 pm APPROVED BY Boazd Chair DATE S:~PLAN\Shaze\CIP~2008-2013 docs~f'inal memo docs~att A 7.20.06 min approv.doc P~nn ~ r ZUUO Budget ~ Capital Improvements Projects r w.. Airport Fund ~ Rehabilitate East Aircraft Parking Apron $631,578 ., CAGID Bond ~nd ~ CAGID Major Renovation Projects $1,300,000 .. Canital Develoument Fund ~ Miscellaneous Facility DET Projects $50,000 " Municipal Spaces $30,000 ~ Education Excise Tax ~' CaseyMiddleSchoolImprovements $1,800,000 ` Facilitv Renovation & Realacement Fund -~ Main Library Roof Replacement $511,000 .. Miscellaneous Facility Maintenance Projects $58,000 w Mustazd's Storefront & ADA Improvements $28,000 ,~ General Fund ~ Construct Fire Training Facility $3,600,000 ~„ General Fund - Trash Tax Revenues ~ Recycle Row- Roadway and Utility Infrastructure Improvements $150,000 ,,,, Lotterv F~nd ~ Dakota Ridge Pocket Pazk - Lottery $200,000 Tributary Greenways Program - L,ottery $150,000 Ooen Saace ~Y-nd ~ Acquisition Program $3,400,000 "" Mineral Rights Acquisition $100,000 - OSMP New Trails Eldo Mt & Doudy Draw TSA $170,000 ,~ OSMP Trails and Trailhead Projects in West TSA $190,000 Visitor Infrastructure $90,000 ^ Water Rights Acquisition $30,000 ~. Parks & Recreation 1995 Ballot ~ Dakota Ridge Pocket Park $400,000 ~ Iris Pazking $75,000 +- Recreation Center/Pool Improvements .25 Sales Tax $250,000 .. Unanticipated Opportunities $I50,000 ~ ~ ^ ~ Panw 4 2008 Budget Capital Improvements Projects Permanent Parks & Recreation Fund Boulder Reservoir Lnprovements $220,000 East Boulder Community Pazk PP&R $470,000 Flatirons Golf Course Improvements PP&R $150,000 Foothills Community Pazk- PP&R $125,000 Harlow Platts Pazk $135,000 Unanticipated Opportunities - PP&R $100,000 Violet Neighborhood Park $100,000 Wonderland Lake Pazk $100,000 Stormwater & Flood Mana~ement Utilitv Fund Boulder Creek $100,000 Elmer's Two-mile Creek $5,251,000 Fourmile Canyon Creek $232,500 Preflood Property Acquisition $500,000 South Boulder Creek $150,000 Storm Sewer Rehabilitation $50,000 Stormwater Quality Improvements $50,000 Transportation Related Stormwater Improvements $250,000 Tributary Greenways Program - Stormwater & Flood $150,000 Wonderland Creek $232,500 Yazds Master Plan Implementation (]and acquisition) - Stormwater $110,000 Transaortation Develoament Fund 30th Street Bike I.anes - Arapahoe to Pearl $450,000 63rd St. (Lookout to Diagonal) $160,000 Miscellaneous Development Coordination $50,000 Transportation Fund 28th St (Baseline to Iris) I $1,010,000 30th St Access Impr BTV: Bluff to Walnut-TR $2,677,000 Arapahoe Multi-Use Path: Folsom to 30th $100,000 Bikeway Facilities - Enhancements $125,000 Broadway Concrete Reconstruction (Pine to Iris) $1,600,000 Canyon & Folsom Intersection Improvements $328,000 Pearl - 30th Intersection Improvements $680,000 Pedestrian Facilities - Repair, Replacement, ADA $680,000 Pedestrian Facilities Enhancements-Missing Links, Crossing Treatments $75,000 Panw S r 2008 Budget ~ Capital Improvements Projects - Transportation Fund .. Transit Priority Operational Improvements (Arapahoe) $578,000 '~ Tributary Greenways Program - Transportation $150,000 "' Undergrounding Cost Share Program I $100,000 .,, Undergrounding Cost Share Program II $150,000 ~ Yazds Master Plan Implementation (land acquisition)-Transportation $427,000 ~ Tributarv Greenwavs Elmers Two Mile Creek - Goose Creek to Glenwood $195,000 ~ Maintenance and Weed Control $100,000 "" Miscellaneous - Greenways Operating $105,000 ~' Miscellaneous Restoration Projects $50,000 ""' Wastewater Utilitv Fund ~ 75th Street WWTP Solar Project $1 ~,, Sanitary Sewers $550,000 Sewer Manholes $100,000 r WWTP Biosolids Digester $50,000 ~' WWTP Biosolids Handling & Dewatering $1,200,000 -- WWTP Pernut Improvements $200,000 ,,, Yazds Master Plan Implementation (land acquisition) - Wastewater $I10,000 ~ Water Utilitv Fund „~ Barker Gravity Pipeline $750,000 Bazker Relicensing $1,800,000 .. Betasso WTP $100,000 "' Boulder Reservoir WTP $300,000 ~- Cathodic Protection $100,000 ,~ Chautauqua Storage Tank $500,000 Cherryvale Pump Station $50,000 ~ Distribution System Water Quality $150,000 "" Iris Pump Station $100,000 ~ Lakewood Pipeline $100,000 NCWCD Conveyance - Carter L.ake Pipeline $1,000,000 ~ Water System Security Upgrades $100,000 .. Waterline Replacement $3,000,000 ~' Yards Master Plan Implementation (land acquisition) - Water $225,000 ~ Zone 2 Transmission Facilities $500,000 .. .. ,.. r Page 6 HIGHLIGHTS OF THE 2008-2013 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM BY FUND The 2008 Capita] Improvements Program includes proposed funding of $42,164,600 for 75 projects in 17 funds. The entire six-year CIP includes proposed funding of $217,306,200 for 130 projects. GENERAL FUND The general fund pays for new facilities and addittons or alterations to existing facilities that are nat related to city growth (i.e. level of service improvements and existing needs) as scheduled in various deparhnent's Master Plans. The money for this fund comes from many different sources and is allocated for capital projects that meet city goals and are not growth related. The departments that usualty draw from the general fund for CIP projects are: FAM, Fire, Police, and Library. The proposed 2008-2013 General Fund CIP is $3,600,OQ0, 9% of the 2008 CIP and 2% of the six-year projection. This funding is for the city's portion of constructing a Fire Training Facility in 2008. The proposed 2008-2013 General Fund Trash Ta~c Revenues CIP has only $100,000 proposed in 2008 to develop infrastructure associated with a four acre pazcel to be annexed for the purpose of relocating Eco-Cycle. The improvements to Recvcle Row are anticipated to be constructed in 2008 and funding for this project has been approved in the 2006 and 2007 budgets as well. This project constitutes less than 1% of the six yeaz projection as well as the 2008 CIP. There aze various projects that may need to be prioritized for possible use of general funds in the future but are not scheduled in the 2008-2013 CIP. The list of unfunded projects is included in Attachment C. DEDICATEA FUNDS CAGLD BONDS The proposed CAGID CIP includes $1.3 million in 2008 (2% of 2008 CIP) and $4,650,000 (3% of six yeaz total) over the next six years for major maintenance of the district's pazking garages. CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT FUND (CDF) (Previously called the Development Excise Tax or DET~ Funding for CDF projects is from the assessment of Development Excise Tases on new development. The proposed 2008-2013 Capital Development Fund (CDF) CIP is $1,220,000 less than 1% of the six-year projection. Two projects are scheduled for funding in 2008 for a total of $80,000. Page 7 .. - These proposed projects constitute less than 1% of the 2008 CIP. ~ ~ Highlighted Projects: ,~, • The Facilities & Asset Master Plan, accepted in 1998, identified the need for funding small facility projects related to growth at the discretion of the FAM Manager. $50,000 from the DET "~ fund is proposed for miscellaneous facility DET Proiects. Past uses of the money have included .. the remodel of the Uni-Hill Police Annex and the Municipal Building west plaza. No projects ` have been identified to date for the 2008 funding. ~ „~ EDUCATION EXCISE TAX (EET) The Education Excise Tax is an impact fee assessed on new residential units for educational related "' purposes, including, without limitation, development of public educational facilities and services or ~ tax refunds or setoffs relating thereto. It was passed in 1994 and is used as major capital projects are identifeed. ~ r City Council has expressed interest in funding additional improvements for the Boulder Valley ^ School DistricYs (B VSD) project that will replace Casev Middle School. The funding from the EET would be to make additional energy improvements to bring the new school to a gold I.eadership in "' Energy and Environmental Design (LF.ED) standazd. The BVSD has estimated the improvements to „~ cost up to $1.8 million. r~ _ FACILITY RENOVATION AND REPLACEMENT FUND Funding for Facility Renovation and Replacement Fund projects is from a contribution by the General Fund equal to 1% of the current replacement value of General Fund facilities and from ~ restricted fund deparhnents as annual contributions to the fund. r The proposed 2008-2013 Facility Renovation and Replacement Fund CIP is $4,524,000 - 2% of the ^ six-year projection. $597,000 is allocated in 2008 for three projects. These projects make up 1.4% of „~ the 2008 CIP. " Highlighted Projects: r • Main Librarv Roof Replacement - The project will replace approximately 60,000 square feet of roofing that is at the end of its service life. The reconstruction is not anticipated to cause "~ disruption of service for library users. ~ ~ LOTTERY FUND ` The proposed 2008-2013 Lottery Fund CIP is $3,475,000 less than 1% of the six-year projection. ~ One Pazks & Recreation project is included in 2008 for $350,000, constituting less than 1% of the CIP for 2008. For the 2008 and 2009 budgets> the Open Space and Mountain Pazks portion of Lottery ~ Funds will be allocated to Pazks & Recreation to provide a short-term solution to financial challenges ~ ~ ~ Paae . ~ . ~ facing that department. $150,000 from the Lottery Fund will continue to be allocated to the ~ Greenways Program. ~ Highlighted Projects: ,., • Dakota Ridge Pocket Park - Construction of the pazk is planned for 2008 with funding from the ~ Lottery Fund as well the 1995 Parks and Recreation Ballot Fund. ~ OPEN SPACE FUND The proposed 2008-2013 Open Space Fund CIP is $24,730,000 -11% of the six-yeaz projection. Six ~'" projects proposed for funding in 2008 total $3,980,000, constituting 10% of the CIP for 2008. .. Highlighted Projects: " • New Trails in the Eldorado Mountain and Doudv Draw Trail Stud~Area - Trail projects in this i Trail Study Area were identified in the planning process that was completed in 2006. Initial trail projects aze to be completed in 2007 and additional trai] projects that are planned for 2008 ~ include: undesignated trail closure/reclamation, continued weed management in trail corridors, "" and construction of new trail loops west of Flatirons Vista Trailhead. ~ • New Trails and Trailhead Proiects in the West Trail Studv Area-Trails and trailhead projects in this part of the system will be identified wittt the completion of this Trail Study process, ~ currently scheduled to begin in the fall of 2007. Projects may include: a limited number of new ~, trails, undesignated trail closuce! restoration, trailhead improvements and revised and or ` additional signs. ~ r PARKS & RECREATION FUNDS Parks & Recreation Department funding comes from various sources including fees, development ~ excise taxes, property taxes, ballot issue sales iaxes, tottery fund monies, etc. The various funds are .. specifzc regarding allowed uses and the funding for many projects is comprised from more than one funding source. • r Capital projects are funded from the Permanent Pazks and Recreation Fund, the Lottery Fund and the .25 Cent Sales Tax Fund. Pazks & Recreation projects for the six-year CIP have $14,983,000 ~ proposed for funding, constituting 7% of the six-yeaz CIP. Capital projects for 2008 have $2,325,000 ~ proposed - 6% of the 2008 CIP. w Highlighted Projects: "` • Dakota RidQe Pocket Park - Development of the 3.1 acre site will begin in 2008. *, • Hazlow Platts Park - Projects in this 50 acre pazk include removal and replacement of damaged ~ portions of the existing concrete path around the perimeter of Viele Lake and replacement of the paz course consisting of 17 wooden exercise stations. iw • Boulder Reservoir Improvements - Funding will be used to address deferred capital needs and ~, major capital improvements and/or facility renovations at the Boulder Reservoir. Specific M W ~ ~ Paae 9 r ~ r w projects will likely include entry way improvements off of 5151 Street, gatehouse renovations, an ADA-accessible playground, signage improvements, marina, main office, concession and " restroom renovations, docks and walkways replacement and new permanent picnic shelters. ,., • Funding was approved in 2005 and 2006 and is proposed extending at least to 2011 for further development of the East Boulder Communitv Park. Approximately 15 acres of the 53 acre park r remains to be constructed. A revised park conceptual design plan will be necessary for the site ~.- since the current plan was developed in 1987. +~ TRANSPORTATION FUND, TRANSPORTATION DEVELOPMENT FUND „~ Funding for city transportation projects comes from several different sources. The transponation Fund is primarily suppoKed by the dedicated sales tax, Highway Users Tax, County Road and "' Bridge fund, State Highway Maintenance and Landscape Funds and Safe Accountable Flexible .. Efficient Transponation Equity Act - A legacy for Users (SAFETEA-LU). ~ The proposed 2008-2013 Transportation Fund CIP is $28,720,000 -13% of the six-yeaz projection. ~ Projects proposed for funding in 2008 total $8,530,000. These thirteen projects constitute 20% of the 2008 citywide CIP. ~ "' Highlighted Projects: _„ • Continued funding is proposed (in both the Transportation Fund and the Transportation Development Fund) from 2008-2013 for improvements to 28~' Street. Baseline to Iris. ` Improvements to the southem section (Baseline to Arapahoe) are substantially complete. The .~. focus for improvements in 2008 will continue to be for the northern section (Pear] to Iris) and ~ will include streetscape improvements, transit service and facility improvements, bike and pedestrian improvements and traffic efficiency improvements. ~ • 30`~ Street Access Improvements Bluff to Walnut - The project is the first phase of access ~„ improvements and connections needed for the Boulder Transit Village Station and FasTracks Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) and commuter rail. The first phase access improvements include "' constructing one mid-block crossing of 30`h Street between Valmont and Peazl; constructing two ~ transit super stops, improving access from the Goose Creek multi-use path to 30~' Street, and constructing a bicycle/ pedestrian underpass of 30m Street at the Boulder and Left-hand ditch. • BroadwaY Concrete Reconstruction (Pine to Iris) - This project will correct pavement structural ~ deficiencies on Broadway from Pine to Iris and complete improvements to intersections, signals, lighting, transit facilities, sidewalks and stormwater drainage. The process and design started in ~ 2005 and is anticipated to be complete in 2008. This project is jointly funded by the city, CDOT ` and federal funds. ~ Funding for growth related transportation projects come from the Transportatian Excise Tar - r Transportation Development Fund. ~ ~ The proposed 2008-2013 Transportation Development Fund CIP is $2,870,000 -1% of the city-wide six-yeaz projection. Three projects are scheduled for funding in 2008 for a total of $660,000. These ~ ~ A r Panw 10 projects constitute 2% of the 2008 citywide CIP. Highlighted Projects: • 30`~ Street Bikelanes from Arapahoe to Pearl This project will wmplete an important on-street facility missing link by constructing on-street bike lanes on 30`~ Street between Pearl and Arapahoe. MUNICIPAL AIRPORT FUND The proposed 2008-2013 Municipal Airport CIP is $1,263,200,1% of the six-year total projection. One project is scheduled for funding in 2008 for $631,600, 2% of the 2008 CIP. TRIBUTARY GREENWAYS Funding for the Tributary Greenways program comes from the Lottery Fund, Stormwater and Flood Management Utility Fund and the Transportation Fund ($150,000 each). The Greenways system is comprised of a series of cotridors along riparian azeas including Boulder Creek and its tributaries, which provide an opportunity to integrate multiple objectives, including habitat protection, water quality enhancement, storm drainage and floodplain management, alternative transportation routes for pedestrians and bicyclists, recreation and cultural resources. Planning for projects along the greenway involves input from Flood Utilities, Transportation, Parks and Recreation, Water Quality and Environmental3ervices, Environmental Affairs, Planning and Open Space and Mountain Pazks. Highlighted Projects: • Elmer's Two Mile Creek - Goose Creek to Glenwood Drive - The project includes a trail connection, habitat restoration and flood improvements. Phase I of this project has been funding in 2003 and 2004 through the Greenways CIP, in addition to Federal transpoRation funding. Federal funding for Phase II has recently been granted. UTILITIES FUNDS Funding for the city's Utilities capital improvement projects is derived from general utility fees and special external agency grants. The primary revenue sources are Plantlnvestment Fees (PIFs) from new customers, monthly water sales to customers, hydroelectric sales to Public Service Company of Colorado (PSCO) and some external federal funding. STORMWATER AND FLOOD MA,NAGEMENT UTILITY FUND The proposed 2008-2013 Stormwater and Flood Management Utility Fund CIP is $19,526,000 - 9% of the six-year projectioa. Eleven projects aze scheduled for Stormwater and Flood Management Utility Fund funding in 2008 for a total of $6,926,000. These projects make up 16% of the 2008 CIP. Highlighted Projects: Panw 71 ~ _ ~ _ • Additional funding for Elmer's Two Mile Creek is proposed in 2008 in order to construct the +` improvements as one lazge project rather than in phases as originally planned. Utilities funds will .. be leveraged with Federal Transportation Improvement Project (TIP) funds. TIP funding in the amount of $1.5 million is included in the 2008 Stormwater and Flood Management CIP. The ~ project is being coordinated by the city's Greenways Program. ~ ,,,, • Money is budgeted for flood mitigation along Fourmile Canvon Creek. The money will be used for on-going study, property acquisition and limited construction projects until decisions aze "' reached through the on-going flood mitigation planning process. The results of this planning .. process are anticipated to be available later this year. The study results will also include recommendations for Wondetland Creek, which is closely associated with Fourmile. r ~ • The South Boulder Creek Flood Mapping Study is complete and will be submitted to the Federal ~ Emergengy Management Association (FEMA) in the near future. The mapping study results will bcome the basis for future floodplain management, mitigation planning, regulatory restrictions ~' and flood insurance requirements for the South Boulder Creek corridor. Funding for flood ,,_ mitigation planning is proposed in 2008. It is anticipated that the mitigation planning will be completed in 2009 and constmction of improvements will begin in 2010. ~ ... WASTEWATER UTILITY FUND ~ The proposed 2008-2013 Wastewater Utility Fund CIP is $25,760,000 - 12% of the six-year - projection. Six projects are scheduled for Wastewater Utility Fund funding in 2008 for a total of ,~„ $2,210,000. These projects make up 5% of the 2008 CIP. "` Highlighted Projects: ~ • For 2008, projects include improvements to sanitary sewers and biosolids handling and ° dewatering improvements at the Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP~. ~ • Larger projects proposed in the next few years will be related to improvements at the W WTP to anticipate changes in discharge permits and expansion of the Biosolids Di eg ster. .. • The city has hired a solar contractor, Eyeon Solar, to manage the installation 1 megawatt solaz "' photovoltaic svstem to be located at the 75th street wastewater treatment plant. The project wil] ,,,, be third party financed by Eyeon and will not require a capital investment from the city. It will provide approximately 1/4 of the facility' power requirements, and will result in a power r purchase and lease agreement between the city and Eyeon. i ~ WATER UTILITY FL1ND The proposed 2008-2013 Water Utility Fund CIP is $78,285,000 - 36% of the six-yeaz projection. ^ Fifteen projects are proposed for funding in 2008 for a total of $8,775,000. These projects make up ,,, 20% of the 2008 CIP. ~ .. ~ r Paae 12 Highlighted Projects: • .. . • Continued emphasis on the rehabilitation and improvement of the city's existing water system infrastructure continues, especially in the area of the city's deteriorated water distribution system. ~ This is reflected in funding for the Waterline Replacement project and several other ~ rehabilitation projects for water system facilities. ~ • Additional money has been budgeted for rehabilitation work at the Betasso and Boulder Reservoir WTPs. This work is necessary to rehabilitate aging equipment and treatment processes r~ and to comply with federal Safe Drinking Water Act regulations. Major improvements aze ,,, planned for both treatment plants in the next few years. • Continued work on repairs to the Barker water svstem, aze needed. Repairs to this water system '"" are necessary to assure safe and reliable water deliveries to the Betasso Water Treatment Plant. .. (WTP). s • Funding for analysis and planning is proposed beginning in 2008 and $25 million proposed in 2009 for the NoRhern Colorado Water Conservancv District (NCWCD) Convevance - Carter " Lake Pipeline to construct a pipeline from Carter Lake to che Boulder Reservoir. The pipeline would provide long-term benefits to the city including source water protection, more uniform ~ water quality, and improved water source flexibility. Other participants in the project include "' Little Thompson Water District, the town of Frederick and Left Hand Water District. w Paae 13 r ~ ~ i ~ ~ r ~R ~r ~ w ~ r ^1 r ~ r ! ~ 1 t f f 1 1 i i 1 ~ 1 E 1 t 1 1 1 t 1 [ i E 1 [ l i! t i 1 i 1 t E f : i 2006-2011 Capital Improvements Progrem Totals by Funding Source FUND 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 TOTAL AirportFund' AF 631,600 0 0 0 0 637,600 1263200 CAGID Bond Fund CAGID 7,300,000 7,300,000 1,300,000 250,000 250,000 250,000 4,650,000 Ca ital Development Fund CDF 80,000 80,000 80,000 880,000 50,000 50,000 1,220,000 EducationExdseTax EET 1,800,000 7,800,000 Facilty Renovalion & Re lacement Fund FRRF 597,000 699,000 785,000 1,024,000 521,000 898,000 4,524,000 000 600 Generel Fund GF 3,600,000 0 0 0 0 0 , 3, General Fund - Tresh Tax Revenues GFfT 150,000 0 0 0 0 0 150,000 Greenwa GNWY 450,000 450,000 450,000 450,000 450,000 450,000 2,700,000 Lottery Fund LOT 200,000 475,000 475,000 475,000 475,000 475,000 2,575,000 O en Space OS 3,980,000 4,150,000 4,150,000 4,150,000 4,150,000 4,150,000 24,730,000 Parks & Rec. 1995 Ballot PR 875,000 750,000 1.450,000 1,100,000 1,300,000 1,280,000 6,755,000 Permanent Parks 6 Rec. Fund PPR 1,400,000 7,828.000 1,350,000 1,200,000 1,000,000 1,400,000 8,178,000 Transportation Development Fund' TDF 660,000 600,000 520,000 520,000 520,000 50,000 2,870,000 TranspoRationFund'," TF 8,530,000 6,745,000 3,180,000 4,155,000 3,055,000 3,055,000 28,720,000 Stortnwater & Flood Mana emeni Utiliry Fund', SFMUF 6,926,000 7,950,000 4,500,000 2,350,000 2,350,000 1,450,000 19,526,000 WastewaterUUllryFund WWUF 2,270,000 2,475,000 16,950,000 1,025,000 1,725,OOD 7,375,000 25,760,000 WaterUtilityFund .. WUF 8,775,000 37,980,000 6,000,000 7,100,000 13,030.000 5,400,000 78285,000 'Funding listed in this table includes e~nernal funding. " Funding for Tributary Greenways removed from Transp Fund, Lottery and Stormwater Fund ~~yZ~~ Copy of 2008cip Page 74 % of 6yr total % of 07 total AF 1 % AF 1.5 % CAGID 2 % CAGID 3.1 % CDF 0.6% CDF 02% EET 0.8% EET 4.3% FRRF 2% FRRF 1.4% GF 2% GF 8.5% GFTT 0.1 % GFIT 0.4% GNWY 12% GNWY 1.1% LOT 12% LOT 0.5% OS 11% OS 9.4% PR 3.1°/ PR 2.1 % PPR 4% PPR 3.3% TDF 1 % TDF 7.6 % TF 13% TF 202% SFMUF 9% SFMUF 16.4% WWUF 12% WWUF 52% WUF 36% WUF 20.8% 100% 100% i ~ t i [ l ~ 1 [ 1 [~ f i [ 1 t t~ E i i 1 ! 1 ~ ~ t~ [ 1 i i ! 1 f i f Attachment C: Unfunded Capital Projects Fund Department ProJeet Year - Estimate Action I % Essential Acdat Pian Vlslon Plan Total Current Possible Sourees of Project in Notes Vision Plan Desirable Capital Costs Cap(tal Costs Operetlng Fundinp Funding (growth Master DiserMlonary Costs Needed related? DETfunding PIan7 (new fw W - fnolude?) provide tor Actlon Plan General Fuml / Fire ' Wildland Fire Cache Action 100% Dasirable $650,000 Partially groxM relatetl. N The Fire Department is updating their Master Plan in Capifal Devebpment Zpp7 Fund Fire Fire Station 6 Replacement Action 100~o Desire6le $2,350,000 N Generel Fund Fire Pire Apparatus Replacement Schedule 200&2009 Action 100% Desireble $2,900,000 950,000 General Fund or SpeciEl N Generel Fund T~ District Fire RadioSyStemUpgrade 2007-2008 Action 100%Desirable $450,OD0 N General Fund Fire NewAdminfstrativeOffices Vlsion 100~ $3,000,000 N General Funtl Discretiona Generel Fund I Fire Fire Sfatlon 8 Land and ConsWction 2011 Vision t00qo $2,700,000 $900,000 Parlially growfh related. N Capttal Development DiscreNOnary Fund Economic Yfality City-witle Conference/COnvention 2006-2007 e ccommo a ion General Funtl Cen~er to be determinetl tletermlrred restau2nt tax increase n Library Meadows library sewer line replacement 2009 action 100% Essential $50,000 not appliCable Ma~or Maintenance, GF n Project viable onty'rf a new space lease is Libra Fund successfull negotiateA Library Main Librery-BOOk ReWm Replacement 2008•2009 action 100% Essential $500,000 not applicable Partially Additional revenue Y funded in source needed library ERF The Library Department is updating their Master Plan Libre Fund in 2007 Librery Long Term Archival Space - Camegie, 200&2009 action 100% Essendal $700,000 $50,000 New revenue source Y Libre Fund 2nd Phase needetl Librery Main Library Elevator replacement (2 20084009 action 100qo Essentlal $100,OD0 not applicable Major Malntenance, GF. Y Libra Fund units other Library Main Library-Generel RefurDishment 2D08-2009 action 100% Essential $250,000 not applicable FRR Y Libra Fund Library . Reynolds,Meadows,Camegie-general 2009-2010 action 100% $150,000 notapplicable FRR Y Libra Fund returbishment Dlscretbna Library Main library- Bridge Upgrade 200&2010 action 100°~ $50,000 not applicable Major Maintenance, FRR Y Libra Funtl Disaetiona Librery East Branch Library Replacement- Prior to 2009 vision $3,000,000 No added costs. New revenue source Y Includes lantl purchase; relocatlon tlepentlent on'rf Planning a~M CansWCtion needed [he existing Meadows lease is re-negotiatetl. Meadows Branch operating budgel transfers to new Libre Fund facili Libra Funtl Libre Data/Telecommunications U rede 2009-2010 vision $100,000 not a licable IT re lacement Fund Y Library Imegrated Llbrery System (ILS) 2009-2010 vision $600,000 not applicable Partlally Additlonal revenue Y replacement fundeA in source needed library ERF Libra Funtl Library Majar RemodeURenwaCwn ~altemative 200&2010 vision $2,500,000 not applicable New revenue source Y Libre Fund to Addition to Main Lib~) neetletl Library AddHion to Main Librery 2010-2012 vision $20,000,000 $500,000 New revenue sowce Y Libre Funtl needed; DET Library Nwth Boulder Branch 2009-2012 vision $3,300,000 $400•$SOOK New revenue source Y $1.5 million of capihal alrea0y reservetl in DET; needed; DET implementatlon plans dependent on (1) outcome of Service Delivery analysis In the master plan uptlate and (2) outcome of ragional library servlce tlelivery Libra Funtl decisions Library Gun6artel Brench Library unknown vision $4,000,000 $450,000 Annexation agreement or Y Implementatlon plens dependent on outcome of Regional library tax; DET regianal library service delivery decislons Libra Fund Permanent Parks Parks and Recreation Capital ReplacemeM Progrem - system Action PIan3 100 ~ Essential $1,30D,000 Na - may $550,OOOty In revision Capital replacement analysis is urMervrdy for and .25 Sales Tax witle require add'I ear to estimatlng maintenance deferments/backlog as part tuntls if scope replace of Master Plan update. of capital equipmeM/asse t chan e Pertnanent Parks Parks and Recreation Aquat(cs Improvements Action Plans 100% Desirable $2,tOD,000 plus to be $700,000 Y and 25 Sales 7ax tletertnined in 2011 IParks and Recreation FlaRrons Golf Course Improvements Actlon 100qo Desimble $4,800,000 $5,000 $600,000 Replacement of irtigation system, upgrades to tees ion nd n re I m n 7/3I2007 UNFUNDED-2008 Page 15 Attachment C: Unfunded Capital Projects OS/07 . Parks arM Recreation Boulder Reservoir Action SOqo Desirabte, $2.800,000 to be $480,000 Main oRcelConcesslons/Restroom improvemants, PlanNision 50~< deferm7~d ADA accessible playground, signage, entry way Plan Discretionary i mprovemenfs, tlocks and vralkways lete under 25 sales i com k f t h Parks antl Recreation Valmont Cily Park Development- 114 Actlon 100% Desirable $84,000,000 - $500,OOO/year - none Y t p irs p ase s Valmont Par no further funding is allocatetl to Valmont Ciry ax acres to be tleveloped PlanNision l a est.AO be determined esVto be determined , Park. Estimates based on approved concept plan. ~ an P CurrenUy in the process M updatlng the concept plan , and associated cost astimata; updates are anGcipated to be completetl by 12l2008. Paflcs anA Recreation Relocation and constnrction of new Vsion Plana 100% Desirable $4200,000 $160,000/year none Stafl is expbring other locations tor ihe Park ations facil' Parks O e2tlons Facili Parks and Recreation Develop concept plan forfor 191 acres unknoxm Vision 100°h TBD TBD none of ci -omxed land localed in Area III Discretiona Y' ~ Parks and Rec2ation Build a sports complez wilh syMhetic unkaown Vision t00Yo $ 6,OD0,000 TBD none , Public tuff frelds Compielion of all motlal transporlation unknown Action antl Discretiona 100Y Desirable $73 million $143 million none New revenue source Y Fully furWed plan xroWd canplete all modal systems Works/Trensportation systems as Itlenlifled in the TMP - See Ysion ~eetled (Bike, Pedestrlan, Trensit and Auto) antl suppOrt a referred level of iife cle maintenanca Public Bebwfor Modal Breakdown Replacement M Bridpes wer Boulder Unknown t00qo Desirable $287,000 rwne General Fund N $ estimate was irom 2000. Costs are likely to be more Master Plan. 1 l Works/Transportation Creek City agreemeM s part of CU I Project Varbus DepoU Traln Relocatbn (see note 5) '~ 2008 -2010 Actlon 100% Da5irable >$1,000,000 40,000 Generel Fund N Depot scheduleA to move to temporary locatlon on or about 15 August 2007. Need to IdenMy pertnenent locatlon and move Depot. Need to ideMify use, connect utllities, and remodel interior. $9,450,000 $57,287,000 TOTALS NOTES: 1. Cost esNmates are ve h aeM should not be used fa lon ran e lannin ur oses ~ 2. Tha Fire Department antl Library De rtmeM will ba updating their Master Plans in 2007 3. Parks & Reereatlon riorillea will be conflrmed u on com letlon of u dated Master Plan 4. OSMP - With the assa e o! the Visitor Mastor Plan in 2005 and the needs asaessment that it re uir ed, OSMP CIP will be fundetl a t the "identified needs" level comm encin 2006 an d extentlin for the six ears oT the CIP. 5. Total Costs for the De otlTrain relocadon are Ilke to be over 1 million. This estimate would be for cl contribullo n. Untunded CIP from the Trans orfation Master Plan Es dmated Unfunded CIP Mode Current ncnon Adion Plan wsion Vlslon Plan Pedestrian 23,000,000 az,ooo.ooo $9.000,000 aa.ooo,ooo $20,000,000 BI le 27,000,000 ss.aoo.oo0 11.000.000 saono.ouo 26.000.000 Transil 13,000,000 i5,ooo,oo0 2,000,000 ~5.000.000 2,000,000 Roadwa 37,000,000 u,ooo.oo0 8,000,000 si,ooo,oo0 24,000,000 7pM 8,000,000 47.000,000 41,OOD,000 5z,o00.00~ 56,000.000 Mitl ation z,ooo,oo0 2 000 000 is,ooo,oo0 15 000 000 108,000,000 77s,ooo.ooo 573000,000 249,000,000 E143000,OOD Nde: EstimeSetl atlEihanal fun0in far boU AWOn aM Vislon Plens is ihe diRerence Oelvreen each n aM the Curtenl Fisnll Constreined Ran. 7/3/2007 UNFUNDED-2008 Page 76 r s ~ TRANSPORTATION FUND ~ .. 2008 - 20113 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM ,,., OVERVIEW ~" The 2008 Transportation Fund Capital Improvements Program (CIP) is $8,530,000. The CIP has ,,,, been developed within the context of the Transportation Master Plan (TMP). The plan goals and priorities were used in allocating funds and prioritizing projects. .. ~ The TMP is underpinned by the concept of investing in our transportation infrastructure to ~, maintain today's level of service (LOS). The goals/objecuves are stated in terms of no increase in uaffic congestion. The investment strategy is based on making significant improvements to ~ the pedestrian, bicycle and transit systems, and maintaining and making efficiency improvements ,,,,, to the roadway system. ~ ., ^ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Trans ortation Fund 2008-2013 CIP - Modal Investment Breakout 2008 2008-2013 ModaUFunctional Area $ % $ % Pedestrian 2,448,9~7 29% 10,110,441 35% Bicycle 1,884,443 22% 6,404,456 22% Transit 1,280,670 15% 4,371,520 15% Roadway 2,388,980 28°fo 5,581,583 19% Travel Demand Management (TDM)* 0 0% 0 0% Miugation 0 0% 0 0% Other 527,000 6% 2,252,000 8% Total 8,530,000 100% 28,720,000 100% ~ *Note: TDM programs aze included in the operating budget. " The TMP is based on implementing a balanced multimodal-based transportation system. The ,,,,, TMl' advocates that we: • adequately preserve the existing infrastructure; ~ • strive to increase safety; .+ • maJCimize the efficiency of our existing systems (pedestrian, bicycle, transit, and roadway); „~ and • enhance mobility through investments in the completion of the alternative transportation "" system (pedestrian, bicycle, and transit) ~ The TMP advocates that this multimodal-based investment strategy be focused in a system of six ~ east-west and four north-south co~ridors that constitute the designated multimodal corridor grid. ~- TMP priorities form the base for funding allocation. Investment on enhancements [o the modal systems is focused in these 10 multimodal cortidors. With limited resources, investments are ^ focused on the highest priority corridors. r~ ~r ~ o...... ~ ~ i _ _~__ .. ~~ : ~ _ ~ ~, t r ` ~ ' ' " ~ t' ~timodal Corrido~~_r_,_' ~ . ;_ - ~{ East-West I~ ~>rth-South • Iris Avenue • Broadway ~ • Valmont Road • 28`h StreetlU.S. 36 • Pearl StreedParkway • Foothills Parkway • Table Mesa Drive - Sou[h Boulder Road • 55'~ Street • Arapahoe Avenue • Baseline Road POLICY ISSUES None FINANCING Funding for city transportation projects comes from several different sources. A dedicated sales tax, Highway Users Tax, County Road and Bridge funds, State Highway Maintenance and Landscape Funds and Safe Accountable Flexible Efficient Transportation Equity Act - A Legacy for Users (SAFETEA-LU) federal funds primarily support the Transportation Fund. 2008 Denver Regional Council of Governments (DRCOG) Transportation Improvement I Pro~ram The city of Boulder applied for funding for the maximum number of project submissions allowed in 2006, 8 projects. Four• projects programmed for the 2008-2013 CIP requires matching funds from the Transportation Fund. The Transportation Fund projects are: • Pearl - 30~' Intersection Improvements: $340,000 external; $340,000 match ~ Arapahoe Multi-Use Path: Folsom to 30`~: $768,000 external; $572,000 match • 30`~ St Access Improvements BTV: Bluff to Walnut: $2,339,400 external; $1,238,000 match • Transit Priority Operational Improvements (Arapahoe): $1,202,000 external; $1,202,000 match In addition, we received funding from CDOT for the following congestion relief project which also requires matchin~ funds: • Canyon & Folsom intersection Improvements -$817,000 external; $150,000 match DRCOG will be accepting applications for the next round of federal project funding in the fall of 2007 and will have an established list of projects for 2009 to 2011 in the first quarter of next year. The city plans to submit several projects, up to a maximum of eight, through this process. There is a project and an amount listed in the 2008-2013 CIP for TII' Local Match/FasTracks Implementation that will likely be used as the city's match on projects that are awarded federal funding through the application process. 2008-2013 Capital Imnrovements Program The Capital Improvements Program (CIP) has been developed based on the policy guidance of ~ the TMP with the identified multimodal corridor emphasis. Expenses in the "Other" category reflect Transportation commitments in the city's contract with Pollazd Motors to prepare the City a Maintenance Yards frontage along Pearl Pazkway for potential Pollard business relocation. The ~ site preparation includes items such as power line relocation, site grading, and fencing in order ,,,, for the Pollard's to relocate their business if they exercise their option to purchase the Yards frontage. Revenues associated with the future sale of Yazds frontage property are anticipated to ~ offset these expenses. Transportation and Utilities will share in the acquisition costs of ,,,. replacement land adjacent to the Municipal Service Center. Even without the Pollazd option component of the Yards property, the Yazds reconfiguration away from Pearl Parkway frontage ~ and to the west is consistent with the Yards Master Plan. .. ,,,,, HIGHLIGHTS 28~' Street - "' 28`~ Street from Baseline Road to Iris Avenue is identified as the top priority corridor in the city's ., multi-modal grid. Implementation of the 28`h Street Project continues to be a high priority of the Capital Improvements Program. South segment (Baseline to Arapahoe - Hello Boulder) funding "" of $43 million (includes $1.1 million in TEA-21 funding) was programmed in 2002 and 2004. ~ The public input, design and approval process is complete for the north segment (Pearl to Iris - Service City) and the Boulder Valley Regional Center Transportation Network plan process was ~' completed in the middle segment (Arapahoe to Pearl - New Town.) Some median replacement +r work was coordinated in the middle section with the 29'~ Street development. Funding for the _ north segment of $9.3 million (includes $3.8 million in TEA-21 funding) was programmed starting in 2004. .. ,,,, Broadwav Reconstruction (Pine to Iris) - Pavement structural deficiencies will be corrected and improvements to intersections, signals, ` lighting, transit facilities and sidewalks will be completed. The process and design began in 2005 ,.. with project completion anticipated in 2008. This project is jointly funded by the city, CDOT and federal funds. r ^ 30`~ Street Access Improvements BTV Bluff to Walnut) - ,,, The project is the first phase of access improvements and connections needed for the Boulder Transit Village Station and FasTracks BRT and commuter rail. The "hub" azea is the vicinity " around the Boulder Transit Village where connections will occur between the regional transit .., service and local transit, bicycle and pedestrian modes. The Boulder Transit Village transit infrastructure will be constructed in phases with the first phase planned by RTD in 2007 to build "'" a bus-based multimodal station. Future phases as part of FasTracks will add BRT service, build ~ the raii platform and add rail service. Current ]and uses in the transit area aze characterized by large scale block sizes, industrial land uses, and few pedesh-ian or bicycle connections. Changes ~ are being evaluated in the Transit Village Area Plan. ~ ,,,,, The first phase access improvements for the Boulder Transit Village include constructing one mid-block pedestrian crossing of 30`~ Street between Valmont and Pearl; constructing two transit ` super stops, improving access from Goose Creek multi-use path to 30`~ Street, and a ~, bicyclelpedestrian underpass of 30`~ Street at the Boulder and Left-hand Ditch. The Goose Creek access wil] provide a critical missing link between the Goose Creek Path and the sidewalks and ~ on-street bikelanes on 30`~ Street. ~ Page 19 . ~ . r Yards Master Plan Imnlementation - As part of the Yards Master Plan and the Pollard Motors' option to relocate to Peari Pazkway, ~ Transportation will share with the Utilities Division the cost to purchase replacement land " adjacent to the existing Municipal Service Center. Revenues associated with the disposal of the „ Foothills Pazk & Ride and Peazl Pazkway frontage are anticipated to offset acquisition costs. ~ RELATIONSHIP TO OPERATING BUDGET ~ The 2008 Transportation CIP is predicated on improving Boulder's infrastructure. Any operating ~ project impacts aze either absorbed within operating budgets or addressed through the annual ..~ budgeting process. ~ BUSINESS PLAN . Classification of Capitai projects is done according to the Transportation Division's guiding .. principles. Essential projects are [hose that involve maintenance of the existing system to maintain the city's investment in the infrastructure and safety improvements. Some examples "' include replacement and maintenance of streets such as street resurfacing, replacement of curb, ~ gutter and sidewalk, taking care of signs and signals, and addressing safety issues. The portions of projects that are classified as desirable include expansion of the multimodal system and ~" operational improvements which involves roadway, bicycle, pedestrian, transit and travel ~ demand management projects, programs and services. Currently no projects or portions of ~ projects are considered discretionary which would include quality of life improvements such as neighborhood traffic mitigation projects or the installation of sound walls. "' UNDERGROUNDING CREDIT CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM ~ ~ As part of the franchise agreement with Xcel Energy (Xcel) (formerly Public Service Company ~ of Colorado - PSCo), the city of Boulder receives an annual credit for work by Xcel to relocate ~ underground or reconfigure Xcel lines. The amount of the annual credit is 1 percent of the preceding calendar yeaz's electric revenue from customers within the city, which is ne approximately $600,000 per year. ~, The Undergrounding Credit Policy, approved by City Council in 1994, specifies that proposed ~ undergrounding credit expenditures be reviewed annually by the Transportation Advisory Board ~ during the CIP review process. i3sing the initial screening factors and prioritization factors provided in the policy, staff has established the Undergrounding Credit CIP included in the 2008- "" 2013 Transportation CIP. ~ Where it is appropriate, staff is utilizing undergrounding credits in a collaborative manner to ~ facilitate development of a more robust telecommunications infrastructure. This is accomplished " by applying undergrounding credits to burial projects on specific routes that pazallel those ~ designated for telecommunications conduit and cable. The telecommunications facilities then share the same trench at a small additional cost. The undergrounding projects included in the ` CIP are generally consistent with the potential telecommunications needs. ~ r The Undergrounding Credit Policy requires that 25 percent of the credits be made available for ~ ~ Page 20 .~ non-CIP projects on a 50 percent match basis. Therefore,the Undergrounding Credit CIP includes $150,000 annually for the Undergrounding Cost Share Program. If program participants "^ in a given year do not request all of the $150,000 available for the cost share program, the ~ amount remaining returns to the overal] credit balance. ., The current franchise expires in 2010. The current credit balance and program viability is under "" review and any necessary changes will be implemented through the budget process. ~ TRANSPORTATION ADVISORY BOARD (TAB) ACTION ` City Council has charged the Boazd to: "review all city transportation environment assessments .. and capital improvements." In the context of the Capital Improvements Program, the Board is asked to provide a recommendation on the program to the Planning Board and City Council. r ~ The Transportation Advisory Boazd (TAB) reviewed and made a recommendation on the 2008- ~ 2013 Transportation Fund Capital Improvements Program (CIP) at their June 11, 2007 meeting. The TAB recommended approval of the 2008-2013 Transportation Development Capita] ^ Improvements Program as submitted. Topics of discussion included: "' . How the funding breakout works and how it is decided which items will be funded to ,,,, which degree in any given year. ~ . The Yards Master Plan, with specific reference to the Peazl Parkway Frontage land and its exchange for other land which is more useful within the scope of the project. -. . 30th and Pearl Intersection improvements; federally funded and not to include an underpass. .. ,,` • Concerns were expressed by the TAB that with increased construction and materials costs, revenue and hence budget is not sufficient to future needs. TAB urged that more ' sources of revenue be found. r ~ r f. r ~ `r F ~ r ~ r Paoe 21 CITY OF BOULDER 2008 - 2013 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM 7'RANSPORTAT[ON FUND 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 201~ Pro osed Projected Pro'ected Projected Yrojecled PraJected Changes from 2007-12 Pedes[rfan Svstem Pedesuian Facilities -Enhancements (missing links, crossing treatments) 75,000 75,000 75,000 75,000 75,000 75,000 PWesvianPacili[ies-Repair,Replacemen[,ADA 660000 680,000 680,000 680,000 680,000 680,000 SubtotalPedestrian 755,000 755,000 755,000 755,000 755,000 755,000 Bicvc!e Svst~m Bikeway Facilities - 8nhancements 125,000 125,000 125,000 125,000 125,000 125,000 Roadwav Svstem Broadway Concreu Reconswcuon (Pme m Iris) 1,600,000 0 0 0 0 0 Subtotal Roadway 1,600,000 0 0 0 0 0 Multimodal 28th Sveet (Baseline to Uis) 1,010,000 I,O10,000 1,010,000 1,010,000 1,010,000 1,010,000 Tributary Grcenways 150,000 I50,000 150,000 150,000 150,000 I50,000 Trznsit Priortty Operational Improvements (Arapahoe) 289,000 913,000 0 0 0 0 0 pearl - Jpth intersuuon Improvements 340,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 Arepahce Mulci-Use Path: Folsom to 30tf~ 50,000 522,000 0 0 0 0 Canyon .$ Falsom Intersection Improvements 75,000 75,000 0 0 915 000 0 000 915 915 000 915,000 TII' Local Malch /FasTacks Gnplementation 0 , , , 0 0 30th St Access Impr B7'V: Bluff ro Walnut 688,000 550,000 0 0 Sub[otal Multlmodal 2,602,000 3,220,000 2,075,000 2,075,000 2,075,000 2,075,000 Other C~ry Yards Fron~age Site Preparetion for Potennal Pollard Relocation 0 0 125,000 l,100,000 0 Yards Master Plan Implementadon 427,000 000 100 0 100 000 0 100,000 0 100,000 0 ]00.000 UndergroundingCostShareProgram , , SubtotalOther 527,000 100,000 225,000 1,200,000 100,000 Sub[otel Transportation CIP 5,609,000 4,200,000 3,180,000 4,155,000 3,055,000 Eaternel Fundine 30~h St Access Impr BTV: Bluff ro Walnut 1,989,000 350,000 0 0 0 Transit Priority Operadonal Improvemenls (Arapahce) 289,000 913,000 0 0 0 Pearl - 30th Inarsection lmprovements 340,000 0 0 0 0 0 Arapahce Multi-Use Path: Polsom to 30th 50,000 718,000 0 0 0 Canyan & Folsom Interseclion Improvements 253,000 564,000 0 0 Subtotal Exlernal Funding 2,921,000 2,545,000 0 0 TOTAL TRANSPORTATION FUND CIP 8,530,000 6,745,000 3,180,000 4,155,000 Modal Inveslmenl Breekout s. Pedesuian 2,448,907 2,034,t07 1,406,857 1,406,85'7 b. Bicycle 1,884,443 1,844,043 666,993 668,993 c. Transit 1,280,670 1,705,170 346,420 346,420 d. Roadway 2,388,981 1,061,681 532,731 532,731 e. Travel Demand Management (TDM) ~ ~ ~ ~ '! [~ t l f i (~ t• ! 1 1 l t~ P~~~ (^ E i 1~ 0 0 t00,000 100,000 3,055,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 3,055,000 3,055,000 $470k from Fund 18 i, added $35k from 2009 to 2007 51 245M in 20(0-20I2 $200k @om 2009 [0 2007 S]40k from 2009 to 2007 5360k moved 6om 2008 to 200J 1,406,857 1,406,857 668,993 668,993 346,420 346,420 532,731 532,731 0 ~ t! i! E~ 1 t E! 1 i ! 1 1 1 1 i! t i ( i ( 1 t 1 I 1 I 1 f 1 ( i f t 1! t i / 1 i 1 1 i t! CITY OF BOULDER 2008 - 2013 CAPTTAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM TRANSPORTATIONFUND f. Miugation 0 0 0 0 0 0 g.Other 527,000 100,000 225,000 1200,000 100,000 ]00,000 TOTALTRANSPORTATIONFUNDCIP 5,530,000 ~G,745,000 3,180,000 4,155,000 3,055,000 3,055,000 Olher Esterna/!y Funded Projetls: Xcel Undereroundine: UndergroundingCos[SharzProg~am 150,000 150,000 l50,000 150,000 150,000 I50,000 Subtoml Xcel FLnded Projecfs _ __' 150,000 _~__' __ 150,000 _____________'_' _" 150,000 "'_'____________ _" 150,000 """""_"""' _- 150,000 --__ 150~000 TOTAL TRANSPORTATION CIP 5,680,000 6,895,000 3,330~000 4,305,000 J,205,000 3,205,000 from 2007-12 Page 23 ~i2/zom Transoortation Fund Business Plan Budget Submission Fiscally Constrained Plan 2008 - - ---- - ~--'-~------~----- - -- ---------~ Essentlal ~ Desirable ~ Discretionary ~ Total Existina Faclliri- Enhancements / Uoaredes 28th Sl (Baselina to Iris) I 781743 $252,500 25 % $757,500 75 % $0 $1,010,000 100 % Pearl-30[hlntersecNonlmprovements 781043 $204,000 30°/> $476,000 70% $0 $680,000 700% Yards Master Plan Implementation (land acquisition)-Transportation 781039 $427,000 100°/a $0 $0 $427,000 700 % Existing Facility - Rehab / Repair / Deficiency Correction Broadwey Concrete Reconstruction (Pine to Iris) 781029 $7,280,000 80% $320,000 20% $0 $1,600,000 100 % Canyon & Folsom Intersection Improvements 781x45 $65,600 20% $262,400 80% $0 $328,000 700% New Construction - Growth Related Facility / Addltlons 30th St Access Impr BN: Bluff to Walnut-TR 781047 $1,338,500 50% $1,338,500 50% $0 $2,677,000 100 % New Construction • Not Growth Relatetl Tra~sit PriontY~Operat otna Improvements (Arapahoe) 781031 I ~O O$0 ~ 20% I $578,000 I 100% ~ $0 I ~ $5~78,000 I 100% I On•Going Proiects Bikeway Facilities - Enhancements 781692 $0 $125,000 100% $0 $725,000 100% Pedestrian Facilities - Repair, Replacement, ADA 787773 $680,000 700% $0 $0 $680,000 100% Petlestrian Facilities EnhancemenLrMissing Links, Crossing Treatme 781002 $0 $75,D00 100% $0 $75,000 100% TributaryGreenwaysProgram-Transportation 781630 $0 $750,000 100% $0 $750,000 700% Undergrounding Cost Share Program I 781013 $0 $100,000 100°/a $0 $700,000 100% Undergrounding Cost Share Program II Xcel 1 $0 $150,000 100% $0 $150,000 100°/ ToWlforTransportatfonFUnd: $4,267,600 49% $4,412,400 51% $0 0°/ $8,680,000 100% ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ E ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ P~ ! E ~ ~ ~ ~ 1 ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ I ~ ~ t I City of Boulder Captial Improvement Projects, 2008 - 2013 PW/Transportation 65: 63rd St I b ~'~" .- ~ :, . ' ' ~: I , ` ~.f~. - " 15 .. _. , .:.~~.. i ~ ~,~.'~ 1 l ~ ; Concrete - ~ (Pine to Iris) ' Iri ~ ....___.v __ r ~ : ~ ' ~ ' . ° ~ __ _._ ~n Improver ~ ke Lanes Preparation for Pollard Relocal Path Legend Year of Projed ~ 2ooa ~ 2oo~zois ~ 2ooe = 2009-2013 ~ 2008 ~} 2009-207 3 _ _. ~-, --~ y -~-,E,~ ; i ~Isom ~,. ; ' ~v_ -- ~ o0 ~-j , ~ements `~:;,~ . . , _._..__. ~ ~: ~ r s ,1 .. J ~ ; ~ ~ ~ ~ r .~ ~ i . , ..._._. ..~..- ~L- ~ .~f ;,`h ~ . Multi-use '•`~ t~ ~, `~ 69: 281 . i to 30th ~, (Baseli 14.~... i ___.... W ~ r~ ~ - ~ ~ _~ . ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ---~ i J,~, / / . ~___ I ~ ~- ~ ~ ~ i . S Boulder P~nc ')~. Department: Funding Source: Project Type: PW/ Transportation subcommunity: Multiple Subcommunities Transportation Fund gvcPArea: Area I ~ Existing Facility - Enhancements / Upgrades CEAP Required: YgS cea,P compieted: 2001 - Baseline to Arapahoe / 2002 - Pearl to Iris These improvements focus on 2Sth Street from Baseline to Iris. The planning study and the CEAP for the southern section-Baseline to Arapahoe and the northern section-Pearl to 1ris, are complete and have been approved by City Council. Recommended improvements include: Urban design, landscaping, streetscape improvements throughout the corridor; transit service and facility improvements including queue jumps, super stops and route modifications; bike and pedestrian facility improvements including constructing multi-use paths; adding raised crossing at free right turn lanes; traffic efficiency improvements including adding left turn lanes at various intersections and widening the Boulder Creek bridge. Funding for the northern and southern sections is included in this CIP and will be combined with federal funding and the Transportation Development Fund. Project funding began pre 1997 and will end post 2013. In addtion, the BVRC Connections Plan addresses improvements in the middle section from Arapahoe to Pearl. Minor improvements have been coordinated with the 29th St. development but the majority of the BVRC improvements from Arapahoe to Pearl are not included in the CIP. These will occur over time through redevelopment. ~.. , ~ Communi'~s~ a~'~ ProjectJustificat '_._'~- , . -,' ~ ..`~ .. _t , - - ~ ~ _,~ .z.~ ,,: ~ ~, • .. ~_ The Transportation Master Plan is based on implementing a balanced multimodal-based transportation system. Providing a usable, connected and integrated multi-moda! transportation system addresses Council's environmental and transportation goals by creating viable and sustainable transportation options, cleaner air, reduced congestion and lower VMT. :. ...~ _~__ . , . ; --~- - ~. . , ,~, ~ ~~- . .. .~ ,~~ ,~ u .~- ,~, , ,,a- , ~- ~ f2elationship t as e 1~ sR ~~ _..~ ' ~ ~ + ~~.,', _: a Y,~f ` '' ~-;~ ~` ~~ ~ .~. _~. ~.:3:,,.~:~,~.~- ,_,. d .,. ~ . This project is consistent with the 2003 Transp~rtation Master Plan and the plan's focus on Multimodal Corridors. Multimodal corridors are the major transportation facilities which accommodate auto, bus, bicycle and pedestrian travel. The project will address and balance the needs of these modes. 28th Street - Iris to Arapahoe is the highest ranked multimodal corridor and 28th Street - Arapahoe t~ Baseline is the 3rd highest ranked corridor. ~~s'Yi +I~~a~ ~ SSUPS 3k +'" ~ "F~ : s =~°~!, 4, . ~ ~ r r.* rt . . '~~~" ._~. . . . _ ..t't ~ t.s .~ . ~ i. .a~:~ _ ~ . ~ . . _ ~.. The CEAP for the southern section - Baseline to Arapahoe and the northern section - Pearl to Iris- have been approved by Ci#y Council. Any of the middle section improvements from Arapahoe to Pearl, will implement Council approved BVRC Connections Plan and will be coordinated with the 29th St. redevelopment. R ~:: .~ . , ..: . . ~ , _ ~fi~¢~1"~tTl~ ~ ~ .r ~_ _. ~ ~~.'l` ~ .- ,.-~- ~ ..~ ~ This project requires coordination with the Utility Division for utility upgrades, with RTD, CDOT, CU, Arts Commission, the Planning Department and the Real Estate Division and with adjacent developments. - .:~::~ -_... <; .¢ . ~. _n.~,=~,~..x•.. : :~.: ,a - ... ,.. ,~ _ _ _ _ _ . ~_ .,..a~.. ~' Capital Funding Plan 2008 l 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding ' ~ $1,010,000 ..~~~~i~Tfiv± ~_".;___ $1,010,000 ~._v:.4~ ' ..:.:+FC . $1,010,000 ...LL.x~~".ti~+T'=.: $1,010,000 ...ia~v---~..~ $1,010,000 ~ '.~,_.~ ; $1,010,000 $6,060,000 .-,.,.. Change from Prior Year: Annual On-going Operating Costs Description: Project may result in minimal incremental increases in on-going maintenance costs which will be ro rammed in the Trans ortation Fund bud et. Source of Funding: Transportation Fund Operating Budget ~ , „ - , : ,= ~.~,.~,~ _-,~ , ~~ .~ :.~,, ~~ . ~ ~-, F , ~ ~-~ ~~o~of Services~ `. ~~. ~ r ~~, .~-: ~~~. :~. _ ._ ., . :~~ ' . .~ .... x Essential % 25% Desirable % 75% Discretionary %~ Total % 100% P~ne 'JC. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ rr~ 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report Department: Funding Source: Project Type: PW/ Transpo~tation Subcommunity: Crossroads Transportation Fund BVCPArea: Area I New Construction - Growth Related Facility / Additions CEAP Required: nJp CEAP Completed ~ ra~p ~.. ,~. ~- -` ~ yer f f , - ' ~at -a• +y x j r '_,; ~~~BS~ription. . p ~ ~ ~~m~ . -"':~-. u~i~r'~(_ ~ ~ ~ u ~_. .. ~~ .~.:a.,_ .~_. ~ _ . . _ _ This project is the first phase of constructing access improvements for the Boulder Transit Village bus station and ~ FasTracks BRT and rail to be located at 30th and Pearl. The planned improvements include constructing one mid-block pedestrian crossing of 3~th Street between Valmont and Pearl; constructing 2 transit super stops, access from the Goose Creek multi-use path up to 30th Street, and a bicycle/pedestrian underpass with access to 30th Street at the Boulder and Lefthand Ditch south ~f Pearl. The underpass project would include replacing the existing bridge on 30th Street ~ver the Boulder and Lefthand Ditch. This is the only structurally deficient bridge in the Boulder city limits. This project is funded from both the Transportation and Transportation Development Funds. Funding: External Funding =$2.539M; City =$1.24M match --- -- ._-,~~~- - , - ,_ __ =~ n..~ _. ~ --_ . rw., The 2003 Transportation Master Plan is based on implement+ng a balanced multi-modal-based transportation system. Providing a usable, connected and integrated multi-modal transportation system addresses Council's environmental and transportation goals by creating viable and sustainable transportation options, cleaner air, reduced congestion and Iower VMT. 1n addition, the only structurally deficient bridge in Boulder located on 30th Street, south of Pearl, will be replaced. ,... . ., . ,, „ . ~ .,- :~ ~r w: ~,~:4 ~Relationship to Master~P~ ~ ~~~ ~ . •~ _ - ~" r f ~ ~ _ ~ ~ . ~ c;,,sro- ,~.~~ ~~ - . As identified in the 2003 Transportation Master Plan (TMP) - Transit Policies, the city will improve transit access through a variety of capital improvements including the Boulder Transit Village, transit priority lanes, transit super stops, improved bike parking and continuous pedestrian crossings. In addition, in the corridor prioritization in the 2003 TMP, this section of 30th Street is included in the 28th Street Corridor between Iris and Araphoe which is the highest ranking corridor in the Transportation Master Plan. And, system maintenance is listed as the highest priority transportation investment in the Investment Policies of the 2003 TMP. The Boulder and Lefthand Ditch corridor is shown as a proposed Greenway in the TMP and is anticipated to become an important off-street connection to the Boulder Transit Village. 7his project was submitted to TAB and Council as a Transportation Improvement Project prior to submitting it to DRCOG for federal funding. ~.~{ ~ _3 . . . 9 . +Z M'.w~ ._ - - - - Relatlonship with Other Departmen _ ~= ` ' _ t~~z„~~ -_':.`:.•~• This project will be coordinated with planning and housing and human services in connection with the Boulder Transit Village planning. There will also be coordination with utilities. +~ I A I ~ I I I ..,~, ~.. ~. ~~+. ; . ...~~a:.~. ~ ~ ~~. ~r ~~.e~nxv~r.:~ e~.' .:..... . ...... . .. --~~cr,r.-~eK:~, _.: ...:._.:.... ~ a~~c;~,w, n~..~ ' s.-. ~,. Capital Funding Plan 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2093 Planned Funding ~ $2,677,000 $900,000 y . $0 $0 :r~..-. $0 ~ vu_, $0 $3,577,000 ~,axu9s_ _ . Change from Prior Year: Annual On-going Operating Costs Description: Source of Funding: siness Plan Prioritizatior Essential % 50% Desirable %~ 50% ~ Discretionary Total % 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report ~epartment: Funding Source: Project Type: PW/ Transportation Subcommunity: CrOSSroadS Transportation Fund BvCPArea: Area I New Construction - Not Growth Related CEAP Required: Np CEAP Completed: .... _ „- ,., .M . -. ~ ~ -~ ~ _, ;P ojea, = pt~on: m;- ,~,.~ - , , . ti.~ - , ; ~ . ~: _ , f=; ° .4;;.~ ~- ~ . '., "'~•.• . ~~ ~ - _ `JY4t,:~ x. ^t~.. . u. _".co' .. ~ ~ . . This project would complete multi-use paths on both sides of Arapahoe between Folsom and 30th Streets. Street trees, poles and other obstacles are located in the existing pedestrian facilities. Associated improvements would relocate traffic signal poles, light poles, utility boxes and fire hydrants out of the walkway, provide enhanced pedestrian crossings, and relocate or enhance the street trees and landscaping along the corridor. Funding: External Funding = $908k; City = $607k. ~;~ .~ . ~ ~,~ .~~ ,..: _- , . . : ; ,, c, Community Sustaita~ o ec ;~~sk~~cation w ~,, :: ~,~ .: ~'~~{~,~ .. ,:;~ _:~. ` _.~.. ...:... ~. . ... . . ~~ .A..Y._._ _... .__.. - ~- This section of the Arapahoe multimodal corridor is a priority in the 2003 Transportation Master Plan. Multimodal improvements in the section of the corridor will support the existing Community Transit Network (CTN) JUMP transit service and the redevelopment of 29th Street. The project wil! address numerous missing links in the bike and pedestrian facilities along this section of the corridor as well as poor design of some of the pedestrian facilities. . The 2003 Transportation Master Plan is based on implementing a balanced multi-modal-based transportation system. Providing a usable, connected and integrated multi-modal transportation system addresses Council's environmental and transportation goals by creating viable and sustainable transportation options, cleaner air, reduced congestion and lower VMT. This project was submitted to TAB and Council as a Transportation Improvement Project (TIP) prior to submitting it to DRCOG for federal funding. Staff will hold public meetings and meet with adjacent property owners to acquire input for the project. This project will be coordinated with Forestry and BURA. ~-~,~~ ~---~--~__~ ~.v. . ,~.,~ :: _. ;.~::~ . ~.~~ ~:,~_~~::, ~ ,,~ Capital Funding Plan . 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding ' $100,000 $1,240,000 $0 $0 $0 $0 $1,340,000 =- ~-. . . _ , ~, . . t~ ~ ,~-..r,~, ~._ ,.->. .>.~.> > _~ . ~ -r ... ~.R Change from Prior Year: Annual On-going Operating Costs Description: Source of Funding: ~Transportation Fund Operating Budget ~ ~ ~ ~_ ~ . ~ r a a . ~-.~ ~:. iB~~ n ~~,~ ~ ~WOfrtization`ofService~~ ~ ~ ~°:~ ~ :~ . . __~g ~ - .?s:, . s___ : ~ ~7 - Essential % 20% Desirable % 80% Discretionary %~ Total % 100% r ~ Paqe 28 This project is consistent with the 2003 Transportation Master Plan's focus on Multimodal Corridors. Multimodal corridors are the major transportation facilities which accommodate auto, bus, bicycle and pedestrian travel. The design and project will address and balance the needs of these modes. Arapahoe from Folsom to 33rd is the second highest ranked corridor in the TMP. ~ Depa~tment: Funding Source: r Project Type: 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report a CEAP Required: No CEAP Completed ProjQCt Description: . ~~~ ., _ ~`~s~.- ;~~ ~: ~~ .. ._ ,~ ~~=a, ~, ~~~,~': -~ Bikeway facilities are included in most all transportation construction projects. This program provides additional ~ funding for smaller bikeway projects not specifically associated with other capital projects. The projects are prioritized and coordinated with the approved bikeway plan and represents an ongoing city program. Projects constructed will be consistent with the TMP Bicycle System Plan and the FastTracks Local Optimization (FLO) project and are prioritized yearly. This program also allows for construction of opportunistic improvements and ~ construction of other identified bike projects. Types of projects include providing missing links and enhanced crossings such as underpasses and overpasses, eg., Boulder Creek/Boulder Community Hospita! @ 48th St. bridge. Project funding is ongoing. Repair, enhancement and completion of the pedestrian and bicycle systems work toward completing a grid-based system of primary and secondary bike corridors making the city more walkable and bikeable. Providing a usable and connected multi-modal transportation system addresses Council's environmental and transportation goals by creating viable and sustainable transportation options resulting in cleaner air, reduced congestion and lower VMT. PW! Transportation subcommuniry: Multiple Subcommunities Transportation Fund BVCPArea: Areas I& fl On-Going Projects Relates to the primary goal of the 2003 TMP for completing the Cit~s grid-based Bike System to provide safe connections and the opportunity for bike travel throughout the city for all levels of riders. for each project will vary. Some projects, depending on the complexity, may require a CEAP. _ ., r _ _ . ~ > : . r t , __ f- eCationship with Qther~e ~ents: ~: ~~ - x ` - " ~, ~ ` ~-'... _. ,~.:~.~~~_ . .L..e ~_.~r....:~v~ _ .L..... , ..-'..:.~' `~' ~•'~,'~ This program is coordinated with the Greenways program. ;'e~. I ~ ',:.~., .:::`~-... ''"r- ~~~ ..: ~'i-: :1'L,i ' ~ ~Pl~~. ~ ~il :~1i1~":,".a',_ ._..:-:~...:hA.v 'r:_:.'_ ..~: .;.... Capital Funding Plan 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding ' $125,000 $125,000 ..~~- _ ~ .: $125.000 $125,000 $125,000 - • _._i,~. ..~: ~.an-. . $125,000 $750,000 Change from Prior Year: Annual On-going Operating Costs Description: Source of Funding: Essential % Project may result in minimal incremental increases in on-going maintenance costs which will be ~roarammed in the Trans~ortation Fund budoet. Desirable %~ 100% ~ Discretionary Total % 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report Department: Funding Source: Project Type: PW/ Transportation subcommunity: Central Boulder Transportation Fund evcPr4rea: Area I Existing Facility - Rehab / Repair ! Deficiency Correction CEAP Required: ~jp CEAP Completed: This project will correct pavement structural deficiencies on Broadway from Pine to Iris and complete improvements to intersections, signals, lighting, transit facilities, sidewalks and stormwater drainage. The plan preparation for this project started in 2005. Public process for this project will start in 2006 and continue in 2007. This project is jointly funded by the city, CDOT and federal funds. In 2005, the State of Colorado transferred ~ ownership of Broadway (State Highway 7-Canyon Blvd. north to U.S. 36) to the city of B~ulder for $2.25M. This money will serve as the state portion of this project. This project is a continuation of the Broadway reconstruction , which has occurred from Regent to University and from University to Pine. Funding: 2006-2008: City =$4.36M; CDOT =$2.25M; Federa! _$3.73M. Project funding for this section from Pine to Iris began in 2005 and will end in 2008. ^ ~mmunity5usfa~na ~ProjectJust~fcatr~'~'~~ .~4 W ^'q. ~ ~~.. "ry r~_rr~;~~.. -t ~~.... ~ ~ -, ~ Intersection improvements, street reconstruction and street resurfacing provide a usable, efficient and safe street network for bikes, buses and motor vehicles. Providing a usable, connected and integrated multi-modal ~ transportation system addresses Council's environmental and transportation goals by creating viable and sustainable transportation options. - _, ` ~ , .. `.Q at~onship Eo Master4 -~f~'i~IW ~-~-- - ~ x„ :.;~ q ;~ i~ m~ , ~~ M~,r +, - .., _ . ~`'-~~" ~_ -.-_ `~ ~' ,~~, , e- ~ :~~- r#.~a`~ '~ ~..~.~~- - . .4`. . . ~ a .~z . This program is consistent with the 2003 Transportation Master Plan which places high priority on transportation system preservation. System maintenance is listed as the highest priority transportation investment in the Investment Policies in the 2003 TMP. Plan preparation for this project started in 2005. Public process and design will take place in 2006 and 2007. This project will be coordinated with the Utility Dept, Planning Dept, and the Parks Department_ ~.:. :~:~~~.,. _ ..~~_,r~ ;~.,~ . ~..~ ~ ~~~_~~~~.m: ,, ~.~: Capital Funding Plan 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding $1,600,000 $0 _ ;.::. . _w,::: $0 ~_ .~ -.,~r_ . $0 $0 - ,,--~- . :,,_~, $0 $1,600,000 _ ~:~:~.. Change from Prior Year: Annual On-going Operating Costs ~ $0 Description: Project will result in a decrease in on-going maintenance costs because it will adress oor pavement condition that re uires fre uent maintenance. Source of Funding: .. ~ . `_ _., ; ,,- ~ :Pr"roritization ofi t~ s ~~`~'~~~'' - ~ , ~~~'~ * z:~ ~~ ' s - _'~€.. ~,,~ . '" ,~..~~. .~~-~ ~. . . , f -~, :r. x:~ Essential % 80% Desirable % 20% Discretionary %~ Totai % 100% ~ ~ Paae 30 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report Department: Funding Source: Project Type: PW/ Transportation Subcommunity: CfOSSfOadS Transportation Fund BVCPArea: ~xis'in:; ,~ ~.i~,i~y - f?~hah ' Rep~3ir ' DE fi~l~~~~ .~ (:~+~ ~~_;~;iir~r CEAP Required: (~Jp CEAP Completed: .~ , ~ i ~ , , '' , ~,~` ~ ' ~ ~r , ~.~~ -~ ~ v ' i a~ « a.. . ~ ~ ... ~ ~ .~ . BW ..... . . _ :. IJ ~:t. ~4 k ..:~.~';~t . . ~'s. ~t- ":. t ," . . ~~.^!.f. .~ ~'. ~. . .~'u~ ~ ~~.A." The Canyon and Folsom intersection improvements include double left turn lanes on Canyon for eastbound traffic, the addition of a right turn lane for southbound traffic on Folsom and increasing the turning vehicle storage capacity for southbound left turning vehicles and for eastbound right turning vehicles. Funding: CDOT =$817k; City Match = $150k. The intersection provides a critical link for traffic traveling from Canyon (SH 119) to Arapahoe (SH 7) and has large turning movements on to Folsom. The project will improve the operational efficiency of the intersection which will reduce vehicle delays and air pollution consistent with Council's environmental and transportation goals. It will also provide improved bicycle travel by providing separate bike detection for southbound bikes on Folsom. This project would implement improvements identified in the city's 2003 Transportation Master Plan to increase the intersection's operational efficiency for vehicles and transit. As identified in the 2003 Transportation Master Plan (TMP) - Roadway Policies, the city wili develop and manage its street network in a manner that places reliance on improving the efficiency of the existing system before expanding that system. will work with adjacent property owners and may ~~~~ fUef~epartmenfs;~" °-' a -----°-~ - , .. '~ ' ~ ^~-_ A . ~~a...,_.'t "_~ .. Coordination is required with RE/OS for easement and property acquisition, and with forestry concerning existing street trees. ,. _ _ ..~ _ ~. . ..r ~.:~~;:~_. -.- ~ ,.: „ ,4 :~.... Capital Funding Plan 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 PlannedFunding $328,000 $639,000 $0 ~.i ~ - $0 $0 $0 $967,000 -' - u_m-a:~~3.... ~~r... Change from Prior Year: Annual On-going Operating Costs Description: Source of Funding: to costs which will be ro rammed in the Trans ortation Fund bud et. Transportation Fund Operating Budget Essential % 20% Desirable % ~~% Discretionary %~ Total Department: Funding Source: Project Type: PW! Transportation Subcommunity: East Boulder Transportation Fund BvCP,4rea: Area I Existing Facility - Rehab I Repair / Deficiency Correction CEAP Required: Np CEAP Completed: This project reflects the Transportation DepartmenYs commitments in the city's contract with the Pollard's to prepare the Gity Maintenance Yards frontage along Pearl Parkway for Pollard business relocation if they exercise their option to purchase the Yards frontage. In addition, these site changes/improvements are in alignment with the Yards Master Plan. The site preparation includes (with approximate timing which will depend on the Pollard's notice of taking possession of the site): 2007/2008: power line relocation; 2010: prairie dog mitigation; 2011: site grading and fencing. Revenues associated with the future sale of Yards frontage property are anticipated to fully offset these expenses. These improvements are defined and required by executed contracts between the City of 8oulder and the Pollard Motor Company as part of the Transit Village Site purchase at 30th Street and Pearl. As identified in the 2003 Transportation Master Plan - Transit Policies, the city will improve transit access through a variety of capital improvements including the Boulder Transit Village, transit priority lanes, transit super stops, improved bike parking and continuous pedestrian connections. This project works towards the implementation of the Transit Village. None Required. Improvements will occur entirely on city Maintenance Yard site. ~-~ ~ ,.~.. ~ _ _.. Relationship w~th O euts ~ ~ ; ~ - ' '~"' . r--°-~ ! ~ '' f =. ?- . _~:~~ ~~x__ _. . , r_~ ._„ . _ _ . . .., a.'13' ~ ~ ~ . ,k:.: . ,: :.~i~ This project will be coordinated with Utilities, Fleet, and Parks maintenance. _ . .~~ ~.x -- - __ _ ..; ~,~. _, . - ~ ~~ ~ _ : . ~~:~.~: ~r . ~ . Capital Funding Plan `= 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding ' $0 $0 $125,000 $1,100,000 $0 $0 $1,225,000 Change from Prior Year: Annual On-going Operating Costs Description: Source vf Funding: Essential % Property will be sold to the Pollard's - no on-going operating costs after sale of property. Desirable %, Discretionary %~ Total % ~ r~ A ~ Paqe 32 ~ 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report Department: Funding Source: Project Type: PW/ Transportation Subcommuniry: CrOSSrOeds Transportation Fund svcPArea: Area f Existing Facility - Enhanc;::ments l Upgrades ~ CEAP Required: rJp CEAP Completed: This project will increase the operational efficiency for vehicles and transit and improve pedestrian crossings. The intersection is adjacent to the Boulder Transit Village and wil! see a significant increase in bus and pedestrian activity with the upcoming construction of the RTD Transit Station. The intersection improvements include double left turn lanes on 30th for northbound traffic, raised pedestrian crossings at free right turns and signal controller enhancements for improved communication, transit priority and bike activation. Funding: External =$400k; City Match = $400k. This project will improve the function af the intersection to reduce vehicle delays and air pollution. Providing a usable, connected and integrated multi-modal transportation system addresses Council's environmental and transportation goals by creating viable and sustainable transportation options, cleaner air, reduced congestion and lower VMT. It will also provide improved pedestrian crossing at the intersection in all directions for increased safety and enhanced access to the Boulder Transit Village. Relations~?ip ~ ~~~ter~ ~" ~ ~ . ~~u ~. a _ ~ ~ ~ •~„~~ ~ ~ n ~'~~ . . _ .~~ ..,+~ ~.o~__ . . ..~ .. . ~ ~.z~ " . . . .ase , . . e,~", _ ~ . _ ., ., ,. . ,. . f k'~'.~~~ . ~~. `~' As identified in the 2003 Transportation Master Plan (TMP) - Roadway Policies, the city will develop and manage its street network in a manner that places reliance on improving the efficiency of the existing system before expanding that system. In addition, the TMP supports completing enhanced pedestrian improvements to increase fhe safety for pedestrians and encourage walking as the basis of all other travel modes. This project was submitted to TAB and Council as a Transportation Improvement Project (TIP) prior to submitting it to DRCOG for federal funding. Design and construction will be coordinated with adjacent property owners and project updates will be sent to TAB. __ .naw , , . . artmsrrts r' , ~ - .~ ~ ,,._~ ~~~ .~ ~ _ ~ 7~I : 11 ~ ~' ~- , t - ~ a , ~ ~ - ~ ~~,~ ; . ,~;.,~-~, : ~ ~~. . ,..~ _~ .: _ ~~~ ti. ~,~ ~ ~ •~- ~ ~ ~ ~~~' _.,, This project will be coordinated with planning and housing and human services in connection with the Boulder Transit Village area planning and site planning. There will also be coordination with utilities. . . ~. . . .._ : ~ .~,zt -. _ ~~__..:.. .~~~~ . .~:.i.~- . _ nz...,..~... , . . ,..,.ss~ _ ~ i Gapital Funding Plan ; 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding . , -~ $680 000 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $680,000 ~~.. _ ._~.._~,. "' . ~ __~i'e' . B. . .. .. .~~.. . .. -_./,.., , _ ~, , . ..:..,~, ,~,<:, : : ; ~~,~:~ w Change from Prior Year: Annual On-going Operating Costs 1 Description: ~Operating and maintenance costs are m Source of Funding: Transportation Fund Operating Budget ,..~..s~.,.,~.~.r~,,..°~_~: N ,~~...~;:. ~ ...,_n~~..q-:- ,;.:~~ _~ ~ ~ ~~-~:. Essential % 30% Desirable % 70% Discretionary %~ Total %I 100% ~ Paae 33 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report Department: Funding Source: Project Type: PW/ Transportation 5ubcommunity: Multiple Subcommunities Transportation Fund gvcParea: Areas I& II On-Going Projects CEAP Required: NO CEAP Compieted: Pro~ect~.LS~. ~s~ ' : ~~' ~ ; ~;~, I`I ~ ~ .~ . . . ~' _ :' - . : ~ ~ kt'. ..~.' . .:~, ~:~~._.. , , '[ . ~~--f? The Pedestrian Facilities program includes the installation of missing sidewalk links and pedestrian crossing/safety treatments and potentially social paths and sidewalk widenings. The list of identified missing sidewalk links has been prioritized for construction. Crossing treatment improvements are prioritized citywide and include median refuge islands, crosswalk lighting, flashing signs, neck-downs, signing, lighting and/or pedestrian signals. The recently approved Pedestrian Crossing Treatment guidelines will be used to evaluate future pedestrian crossing treatment. Project funding is ongoing. Repair, enhancement and completion of the pedestrian and bicycle systems work toward making the city more walkable and bikeable. Providing a usable and connected multi-modal transportation system addresses Council's environmental and transportation goals by creating viable and sustainable transportation options resulting in cleaner air, reduced congestion and lower VMT. ... . .. Accord'shlp to M3St8~ P ~ .. :~ i'~' ~~~ ~ _ ~ *.~~~F. , : ~ ~•-~ • ;,. ~,:r ation ~ ~..- ~ _:~ ... _ . _:.. __~,' ~ ._. . _ ~ . ... :., 4 , ~~ :~.~ ; . . _.,, ing to the Pedestrian Policy Plan of the 2003 Transportation Master Plan, an intermittent pedestrian system that strands pedestrians at the end of unfinished sidewalks or forces them into awkward traverses or hazardous street crossings discourages walking. In an effort to increase pedestrian activity and encourage walking as the basis of all means of travel, a completed sidewalk system is necessary. Adding features to the pedestrian network such as missing sidewalks links and pedestrian crossing /safety improvements is consistent with the 2003 Transportation Master Plan. ~~~.. PublicProcess~ ~s~ -~ iC~~:- .~_ . .;~.°,~~ ~~~` t:~ar ~ _ M1_ ~- .: ~ TAB approved the Proposed Prioritized list of Missing Sidewalk Links on May 10, 2004. TAB made a recommendation to support the use of the Pedestrian Crossing Treatment Installation Guidelines in 2005 and the document went to the City Council as information item in 2006. The Public Process for installing missing sidewalks links is on-going and may involve one ~r more locations per year. Staff works with neighborhoods and adjacent property owners on individual improvements. A ~ ' ~ ' 1 ' ~ Coordination with the Parks Department - City Forester is required and the utilities department if there are utility , conflicts. Annual On-going Operating Costs Description: Source of Funding: owners are Operating Budget - ^;_~ ,- _^- _ - _, ~,~ '~ TOtal % 100% Essential % ~ Desirable % 100% Discretionary %~ Change from Prior Year: Department: Funding Source: r ProjectType: PW/ Transportation subcommunity: Multiple Subc~mmunities Transportation Fund svcPArea: Areas I& II On-Going Projects , CEAP Required: (~p CEAP Completed: . ProjecEbes~ripti =,~ , . .,:,-~ . *~. .;i _ ~ _ '~ This ongoing program allows for repair, replacement and construction of existing and new sidewalks, and ~1 construction of access ramps. Emphasis of this program is given to existing sidewalk repair. Sidewalk repair priorities have been established in the Sidewalk Repair Program and yearly funding is spent accordingly. In 2007, sidewalk repairs are planned to continue between Dartmouth and Table Mesa, west of Broadway. The next sidewalk repair area to complete is between North and Juniper, west of Broadway. This work will begin in 2007 but work in this area will be limited next year because of its proximity to the Broadway reconstruction project. rr., Compliance with ADA is resulting in additional expenditures for access ramps and driveway modifications. Project funding is ongoing. ~ ..-, - ~ - ~- -7-,. .j st~inability 1 Pro ec'~-~s~t~a~ s=_ _~:. ~r-~:„, _ '~+.~-_ - - , ~~tS..y-: - - - ~ "ti:~,- F =__ _ ~. _ --: ~S~',,T= - ~'':. _ . _-~_-4 . ..,.ti ; Repair, enhancement and completion of the pedestrian and bicycle systems work toward making the city more walkable and bikeable. Providing a usable and connected multi-modal transportation system addresses Council's , environmental and transportation goals by creating viable and sustainable transportation options resulting in cleaner air, reduced congestion and lower VMT. This program is consistent with the 2003 Transpo~tation Master Plan which places high priority on transportation system preservation and on providing improvements to pedestrian facilities. System maintenance is listed as the highest priority transportation investment in the Investment Policies in the 2003 TMP. 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report A neighborhood meeting is held for the identified repair area owners in advance of the work starting and individual notices are mailed out yearly to the adjacent property owners. Coordination with the Parks Department - City Forester is required adjacent to street trees. Coordination with the city Utility Division regarding water meter location is also required. Miscellaneous concrete repairs (driveways, and curb and gutter) are coordinated with Transportation Maintenance. ;...., r.--.- ~a__ .ae. ta. _ ...,_ :, r~:. ~: a.,.-. ._-;_-s,-,- . . ~nbl.as~NU~-. _' Capital Funding Plan ,4 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding ' - $680,000 ..... ,. $680,000 $680,000 , r)„M,. ._~:.~yi~_.. $680,000 $680,000 $680,000 ~ . i....y...._... ,:..g,:-''~~'1?tl ..('r $4,080,000 ' 3 .:~:,:~,:.." .. Change from Prior Year: Annual On-going Operating Costs Description: Source of Funding: Essential % IAdjacent property owners are generally responsible for sidewalk maint_ This project I does reduce some need to ~lace tem~orarv as~halt ~atches on sidewalks. Desirable % Discretionary %~ Total % 100% 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report Department: Funding Source: Project Type: PW/ Transportation Subcommunity: System-wide Transportation Fund svcParea: Areas I& II New Construc'i~n - C;rr~wth f?el~~tc~i F,_3cil~~~,ty ~' Ar~di'i~~n_: ~ CEAP Required: nJp CEAP Completed: _. , ,._ . , Project Desc ~_ _~ ~ ." , ~~~~ ~ ~ .~ - u 5 ~ ,. ~. ~ !~i ~'' Funding is for coordination with the FasTracks implementation including bike and pedestrian improvements and transit ammenities. This money will likely be local match to leverage against potential federal funding for projects submitted in this year's DRCOG TIP submittal process. Specific project designation will be determined through the TIP and FasTracks local optimization (FLO) processes. This project is growth related because it will be coordinated with development in the area of the FasTracks facilities. . - 1~ _ , -- . ~ity Sustainability l PrdecC Justification 'v';~ ~ a~~.: = s~_ _ ~ ,. _. _ ,... , ,~~ ~, : ~ ~ . _ _ _ , ._ _ ._ ~.. , . _~ ..-.,.__ . ". . , r~. ,' - The proposed use of this money meets the transportation funding principals of leveraging our dollars where possible and the identified projects will be directed at high priority multimodal corridors and Fastracks facilities As identified in the Transportation Master Plan Update Transit Policies and the Transit Village Area Plan, the city will focus on transit access through a variety of capital improvements including the Boulder Transit Village, transit priority lanes, transit super stops, improved bike parking and continuous pedestrian connections. Public Process, CEAP and design to be determined in relationship to specific As the projects are refined necessary interdepartmental coordination will be identified. : ..~ _ ,,~x~,::,.. . ;~,x:.~:.~~~;~ v ~. ,; . ,._.~.~.~- -~., ~ .~ -M _ -:.-. Capital Funding Plan =' 2008 ~:: 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 PlannedFunding $0 $0 ~915,000 $915,000 $915,000 $915,000 $3,660,000 ~. ,~ .. _._ -..~ . , ~~_~~. ,~ . ., ~.~.~ _o~~y~: ~~~ .,~ r _. Change from Prior Year: Annual On-going Operating Costs Description: Source of Funding: Essential % ~ ~ Desirable %~ 100% I Discretionary % Total % Paae 36 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report Department: Funding Source: Project Type: PW/ Transportation Subcommuniry: Multiple Subcommunities Transportation Fund BvcPArea: Areas I& ll New Construction - Not Growth Related CEAP Required: nJp CEAP Completed: This project will provide transit operation improvements intended to support transit service on the Arapahoe corridor. The proposed improvements include queue jump lanes at intersections as well as sidewalks and bike connections to transit stops, and transit ammenities. The project is intended to improve the travel time along the corridor. Intersection improvements for transit operations will occur on east Arapahoe from Cherryvale to east of 63rd. The city's funding is part of a larger CDOT project and CDOT will take the lead on the implementation. Funding: 2008 - 2009: City =$1202M; Federal =$1.202M. A The Transportation Master Plan is based on implementing a balanced multi-modal-based transportation system. Providing a usable, connected and integrated multi-modal transportation system addresses Council's environmental and transpo~tation goals by creating viable and sustainable transportation options, cleaner air, reduced congestion and lower VMT. As identified in the 2003 7ransportation Master Plan - Transit Policies, the city will improve transit access through a variety of capital improvements including the Boulder Transit Village, transit priority lanes, transit super stops, improved bike parking and continuous pedestrian connections. tt~ PublPc P~e~ tajtus, Issti~e~~ :~ _` ~ ~ ~~~ _ ~_ ~~ . - _ ~ The city funding is part of a larger CDOT project on Arapahoe. CDOT will take the lead on the process. Coordinate with Real Estate for easements/ROW. Coordinate with CDOT. 'cn "~~~.. ...:-:.~.~2.Reelek.ni'~[Iibe`.i,..... -SS69~It.~~~,~.:°.:.~ .Y~.'SS.-_t.,: ...~,., Capital Funding Plan 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding $578,000 $1,826,000 $0 $0 $0 $0 $2,404,000 • - ._~: .~.~ >:, <;,~:~ -., ,~~r_. ,.:.~ , ~ _ -, . _~. _ Change from Prior Year: Annual On-going Operating Costs Description: Annual ongoing maintenance costs. Inc Source of Funding: Transportation Fund Operating Budget Essential %~ Desirable % 100% Discretionary %~ Total % 100% 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report Department: Funding 5ource: Project Type: PW/ Transportation s~b~ommu~~ty: Multiple Subcommunities Transpo~tation Fund evcPa,rea: System-wide On-Going Projects CEAP Required: No CEAP Compfeted: ~o~ect Description ~.~ .~ . . a}~.y ,,~° ~~ ~ Y ~ =m=~ _ , . ss~s~ ~~ . ~'? w . . . -~'_ w The program is intended to improve and protect the many riparian corridors that pass through the city. Elements of this work also advance a primary goal of the TMP by providing pedestrian and bicycle facilities and encouraging the modal shift from automobiies to alternative modes of transportation. Improvements include pedestrianlbicycle paths, drainage and flood control structures, and preservation and enhancement of natural features. A portion of the capital funding for this program was shifted to needed maintenance of existing system beginning in 2002. See Greenways CIP/Budget section. Project funding is ongoing. . . .. ;., _: ~ ,, :._ , _ .. _. ~ ~. ~.~ ,. . d„fl.~ _ ~ , . _.-~:, ~,R .~..; ~ -:~_.<,: ,_.~. Capital Funding Plan ~ 2008 2009 Z010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding - ~.. $150,000 $150,000 _ . $150,000 -.~_,, $150,000 $150,000 $150,000 ~,,_< _ . -x~~~ $900,000 _ Change from Prior Year: Annual On-going Operating Costs $0 Description: Source of Funding: Essential % ~~ Desirable % 100% Discretionary Total % Pana 'iR 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report Department: Funding Source: Project Type: PW/ Transportation Subcommunity: System-Wide Transportation Fund BvcP~area: System-wide '~On-Going Projects CEAP Required: (~f p CEAP Completed: , Project Description: • . ,~ . _ `;'~?'~..~. _ . -tr r '~' _- . .`_ ',.' ~~ This program was established as an internal accounting mechanism for funds received from participants in the Undergrounding Cost Share Program II. Participants in the Undergrounding Cost Share Program pay the city cash for their share of undergrounding project costs. The city uses this cash to pay Qwest and Comcast ~ undergrounding expenses because we do not have undergrounding credits with these utilities. This program is not a separate program. It facilitates the transaction processing function for the Undergrounding Cost Share , Program II. It is budgeted as a revenue/expenditure offset and no transpo~tation funds are obligated to this program. This program supports a long held city desire to bury overhead lines. Since 1970 through a franchise agreement with Xcel, the city has been funding undergrounding projects and generally has not allowed new overhead construction. Often, undergrounding is necessary to make room for transportation corridor improvements consistent with the TMP. -- -------~,: <a-:-aac - - . _..,.".. . "~..iy.. ..''Ga e4:: ~-: . ~. . JI ~~.i~. ~ I..e ..t4-_YiHi: . .h..»~ _..:.~ Staff administers the utilization of undergrounding credits for Xcel Energy because of the historical link between TMP objectives and utility undergrounding. , , . .~ -. _ . .. rocess Status, Issue '` 3 ~ ~ '~~ }-:' I ~~` ~` " -^ : ~~-`~ i' ~ ~' .. _~r~ .~:;.s7 _~,.~. ~ ... .. -+cl~.+~ ~ ~...~.. , lf a citizens are interested, they contact Xcel who informs them of the city program and directs them to Transportation. The current franchise agreement expires in 2010. The current credit balance and program viability will be assessed as current planned projects are completed and associated costs are known. Relationship.vi~it ~~ ~ ~ F- • ~` ~'~ ~ ~ ~~ ` ~ ~ ~ -~t~ ~ ~A?xisc Coordination with Utilities and Transportation Divisions. .,~,~; s ., -- _::. - : _ . ~ .... . .~. >~~ Capital Funding Plan 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding $100,000 , : $100,000 m,:,.. $100,000 , ._ , :.v~ _ $100,000 $100,000 $100,000 $600,000 ~v .. .. „, _...__ Change from Prior Year: Annual On-going Operating Costs Description: Source of Funding: Biisiness plaif' {~~t Essential % I ~ Desirable % 100% Discretionary %~ Total % I Department: Funding Source: Project Type: PW! Transportation Subcommunity: System-wide Transportation Fund avcPa,rea: System-wide On-Going Projects CEAP Required: (~Jp CEAP Completed: . ,~,~ . _ -._. _ , , ,. . . ta €~ ~-». ° :~ ~' ~- ~ P_r,o~ect Descr~ption = ' a~ ~~`~"~ ,~ ~' w:= ~~' -~.. , ~~~ ,'~,~ This is a matching fund program per the Undergrounding Credit Policy approved by City Council in 1994. The Xcel Energy (Xcel) franchise agreement with the City of Boulder requires Xcel each year to make funding available in the amount of 1%(approximately $600k) of the preceding year's electric revenues within the city for the purpose of undergrounding or reconfiguring electric lines. The funding is provided in the form of "credits" for work, not cash. Approximately twenty-five percent of each year's undergrounding credit accrual ($150k) is set aside on a non-cumulative basis to be used as a 50% cost share for property owners willing to pay half the cost to bury existing utilities adjacent to their properties. This program allows property owners to utilize Xcel credits. Participants in the cost share program pay the city cash for their share of undergrounding project costs. The city uses this cash to pay Qwest and Comcast undergrounding expenses because we do not have undergrounding credits with these utilities. There are no transportation funds expended in this program. This program supports a long held city desire to bury overhead lines. Since 1970 through a franchise agreement with Xcel, the city has been funding undergrounding projects and generally has not allowed new overhead construction. Often, undergrounding is necessary to make room for transportation corridor improvements consistent with the TMP. Relat~ t ~er Pla~ns• ~~E~fll : _ ~:~ ' ( ~~;~- ~, x,~-- ~ ,- ._..~ . ~. ~ ~ - 1 ~ ., .p~.. , _ .. _ - _ . _ . ~ ,.~;.~. , ~..., - . , ..~ _ . . . _._..~ Staff administers the utilization of undergrounding credits for Xcel Energy because of.the historical link between TMP objectives and utility undergrounding. Coordination with Utilities and Transportation Divisions. .. .ysa~.. .. . ,:.. :.. ~- ~ ~_F-~- . ~ .~-~,.:~~ ,~_•~,a;.: ..~ne ,~.~:. ...-..~;=:-aa.w::s~,.-r.~. _ ..~'r.+~u;~tc:raacr...w~F = _ ~' Capital Funding Plan ; 200$ 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding j ~ :% $150,000 $150,000 $150,000 $150,000 $150,000 $150,000 $900,000 l _,u.-~ - _~ _ ~ _. > .r~~_ - , - - .:~~;r a Change from Prior Year: Annual On-going Operating Costs Description: Source of Funding: Essential %~ Desirable % 1 ~~~`~~~> Discretionary %~ Total % ~ --- - Paae 40 ~ r ' 1 ' ' ~ ~ ~ 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report Department: Funding Source: Project Type: PW/ Transportation Subcommunity: East Boulder Transportation Fund BvCPArea: Areas I& II Existing Facility - Enhancements ! Upgrades CEAP Required: Np CEAP Completed: NA 4r;._o ~~f~e `ption: _ .~ .' ~'~; _~~` •- ~ - " ~-r~ _. _ s=. ~:~ ;. ~ ,~1. ,:^~. _ This project provides funds for the acquisition of additional land near or adjacent to the existing city yards Municipaf Service Center. Improvements to the City Yards are required to sustain transportation and utilities maintenance services for the city which are considered essential services provided by municipalities. _ _ ,. _._, . _ ... [']..1..~1~.~..L:.~ a~ ~11.~..1~~ fll.~~... .:..'n"'.. .1.:'L.. . 1 _ _. l"~X',. ~_ .1..~ . .. r...:'. ~ 'I.~~+L~, ~ ._ _ .._ These acquisitions are consistent with the Yards Master Plan and support achieving elements Transportation Master Plan. s `< ~ : _ '~blicProcess Sta~ ~-.- . ' ~"~.-~' ~~-~ _ r ~. -. " . . r _~., . . , ~- None required. Acquisition is solely for city maintenance activity. City council has already supported these acquisitions and no other public process is anticipated. Land acquisitions will be shared 50/50 between Transportation and Utilities. Staff will work with property acquisitions. . .: . ,._ ~." . . - ' . `'-'a' 'w~y,'...,__._ ...,. -,r_..-:. ,~._ .a~ ~ ,.:. •..~:s~=-::_ . ,...rsw•-.+~m~ Capital Funding Plan 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Flanned Funding $427,000 -~ ~0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $427,000 .~-~,~ -~.z; , ::.~ : _ , - _~.,~ Change from Prior Year: Annual On-going Operating Costs Description: Source of Funding: ~~"s~ Plan Pr[~ Essential % I Desirable Discretionary %~ ~ Total TRANSPORTATION DEVELOPMENT FUND 2008 - 2013 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM OVERVILW The 2008 Transportation Development Fund (TDF) Capital Improvements Program is $660,000. The Capital Improvements Program (CIP) has been developed within the context of the Transportation Master Plan (TMP). The plan goals and pnorities were used in allocating funds and prioritizing projects. Trans ortation Develo ment Fund 2008-2013 CIY - Modal Investment Breakout 2008 2008-2013 Modal/Functional Area $ % $ % Pedestrian 182,500 28% 1,050,825 31% Bicycle 362,500 55% 1,047,330 31% Transit 40,000 6% 305,631 9% Roadway 75,000 11% 936,214 28% Travel Demand Management (TDM)* 0 0% 0 0°Io Mitigation 0 0% 0 0°Io Other 0 0% 0 0% Total 660,000 100°Io 3,340,000 100% *Note: TDM projects are included in the Transportation Fund. The city Transportation Development Excise Ta~c is based on the philosophy of assessing a fee on development to mitigate impacts on the street network. Rates are adjusted annually based on the CPI. POLICY ISSLTES None FINANCING A significant influence on the 20Q8-2013 Transportation CIP is the anticipated reduction in transportation excise tax (TET) revenues. The TET was instituted in the 1980s to fund transportation improvements related to growth. TET is paid by new commercial and residential development. Permanently affordable residential units are exempt. Historically the tax has generated approximately $1 million annually. Revenue in 2006 was approximately $400,000. The 2008-2013 CIP has been formulated based on anticipated annual revenue of $600,000. TET is calculated on net new square footage and dwelling units. As the city transitions to a ~ redeveIopment context instead of a green field development pattern, excise taxes will yield lower revenue. The reduction in revenue required a reduction of $1.4 million from the adopted 2Q07- 2012 CIP. ~ ~. .~ HIGHLIGHTS --~ 30`h Street Bikelanes: Arapahoe to Pearl - ,,, During the development of the Bike System Plan as part of the Transportation Master Plan, constructing bikelanes on the stretch of 30`~ Street from Arapahoe to Pearl was identified as a " high priority bike system need. On-street bike lanes currently exist on 30`h Street from the .. Diagonal Highway to Pearl and from Arapahoe to Baseline. This project will complete an important on-street facility missing link by constructing on-street bikelanes on 30`~ between "` Arapahoe to Peazl. Funding will be provided by the city (40 percent) and federal sources (60 - percent). ' 28`~ Street - '~ 28~' Street from Baseline Road to Iris Avenue is identified as the top priority corridor in the city's ,,, multi-modal grid. ImplementaGOn of the 28`~` Street Project continues to be a high priority of the Capital Improvements Program. South segment (Baseline to Arapahoe - Helio Boulder) funding ` of $43 million (includes $1.1 million in TEA-21 funding) was programmed in 2002 and 2004. ~, The public input, design and approval process is complete for the north segment (Pearl to Iris - Service City) and the Boulder Valley Regional Center Transportation Network plan process was ~ completed in the middle segment (Arapahoe to Pearl - New Town.) Some median replacement -. work was coordinated in the middle section with the 29`~ Street development. Funding for the north segment of $9.3 million (includes $3.8 million in TEA-21 funding) was programmed W starting in 2004. ~ RELATIONSHIP TO OPERATING BUDGET The 2008 Transportation Development Fund CIP is predicated on supporting new gtowth. Any " operating project impacts aze either absorbed within operating budgets or addressed through the ~.. annual budgeting process. " BUSINESS PLAN ~ Classification of Capital projects is done according to the Transportation Division's guiding principles. Essential projects are those that involve maintenance of the e~cisting system to M maintain the city's investment in the infrastructure and safety improvements. Some examples " include replacement and maintenance of streets such as street resurfacing, replacement of curb, ,~, gutter and sidewalk, taking care of signs and signals, and addressing safety issues. The portions of projects that are classified as desirable include expansion of the multimodal system and "` operational improvements which involves roadway, bicycle, pedestrian, transit and travel ,., demand management projects, programs and services. Currently no projects or portions of ~ projects aze considered discrerionary which would include quality of life improvements such as neighborhood traffic mitigation projects or the installation of sound walls. .. ,,, TRANSPORTATION ADVISORY BOARD (TAB) ACTION City Council has chazged [he Board to: "review all city transportation environment assessments ~ and capital improvements." In the context of the Capital Improvements Program, the Boazd is ,,, asked to provide a recommendation on [he program to the Planning Boazd and City Council. r s r Page 43 The Transportation Advisory Boazd (TAB) reviewed and made a recommendation on the 2008- 2013 Transportation Development Capital Improvements Program (C1P) at their June 1 l, 2007 meeting. The TAB recommended approval of the 2008-2013 Transpoftation Development Capital Improvements Program as submitted. Topics of discussion included: . How the funding breakout works and how it is decided which items wili be funded to which degree in any given yeaz. • The Yards Master Plan, with specific reference to the Pearl Pazkway Frontage land and its exchange for other land which is more useful within the scope of the project. • 30th and Pearl Intersection improvements; federally funded and not to include an underpass. . Concems were expressed by the TAB that with increased construction and materials costs, revenue and hence budget is not sufficient to future needs. TAB urged that more sources of revenue be found. Page 44 ! l 1 ! 1 ! 1 ! t f i E 1 t 1 1 1 E 1 ! i t 1 1 1 t 1 1 f 1 1 C 1 1 l f 1 CITY OF BOULDER 2008-2013 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM TRANSPORTATION DEVELOPMENT FUND Bicvcle Svstem 30th Sveet Bikelanes: Arapahoe to Pearl Subtotal Bicycle 0 0 MWtimodal Miscellaneous Development Coordina[ion 50.000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 28th Sveet (Baseline to Iris) 0 400,000 470,000 470,000 47U,000 470,OOo Reduced by $470k for '08= 12 17P Local Match /FasTracks Implementation 0 0 0 0 0 0 Eliminated fundmg 63rd StreeUDiagonal Highway (Ciry share) 160,000 0 0 0 0 0 Subtotal Multimodal 210,000 450,000 520,000 520,000 520,000 520,000 TOTAL TRANSPORTATION DEVELOPMENT FUND CIP 660,000 600,000 520,000 520,000 520,000 520,000 Modal Investment Breakouk a. PedesVian ]82,500 190,364 169,A90 169,490 169,490 569,490 b. Bicycle 362,500 207,646 119,296 t 19,296 l 19,296 119,296 c. Transit 40,000 46,602 54,757 54,757 54,757 54,757 d. Roadway 75,000 155,388 176,456 176,456 I76,456 176,456 e. Travel Demand Management (1DM) 0 0 0 0 0 0 f. Mitigauon 0 0 0 0 0 0 TOTAL TRANSPORTATION DEVELOPMENT FUND CIP 660,000 600,000 520,000 520,000 520,000 520,000 Page 45 ~~yz~~ Business Plan Budget Submission Fiscally Constrained Plan 2008 Transportation Development Fund ` Essential I Desirable ~ Discretionary I Total ~ Pro/ect Type/Name ProJect # Funding % Funding % Funtling % Funding % Existing Facility • Enhancements / Upgrades 63rd St. (Lookout to Diagonal) 711018 $0 $160,000 100% $0 $160,000 700 % New Constructlon - Growth Related Facillty / Additlons 3Ut11 5tfB6t tlIKB Lanes - AfepehOB t0 P08r1 711020 ~ $225,000 ~ 50% ~ $225,000 ~ 50 % I $0 ~ I $450,000 I 100 % I On-Going Pro~ects Miscellaneous Development Caordination 711004 $0 $50,000 100% $0 $50,000 700 % Total for Trensportation Development Fund: E225,000 34 % 5435,000 66% $0 0% $660,000 100 % f 1 t ~ ! ~ I ~ [ 1 [ ~ I 1 ~ ~ f # Pi"~ ~ / ~ ! ~ I ! t # i ! ~ • / ^ ! ~ 1 ~ department: Funding Source: Project Type: PW/ Transportation subcommunity: Multiple Subcommunities Transportation Development Fund BVCPArea: Area I Exis'tinc; ~ r i',i'.~~ -~ ,'r~:~n ~:~~n~~:~iits I U,~yr~~des CEAP Required: YeS ceAP Compieted: 2001 - Baseline to Arapahoe / 2002 - Pearl to Iris These improvements focus on 28th Streeet from Baseline to Iris. The planning study and the CEAP for the southern section-Baseline to Arapahoe and the northern section-Pearl to Iris, are complete and have been approved by City Council. Recommended improvements include: Urban design, landscaping, streetscape improvements throughout the corridor; transit service and facility improvements including queue jumps, super stops and route modifications; bike and pedestrian facility improvements including constructing multi-use paths; adding raised crossing at free right turn lanes; traffic efficiency improvements including adding left turn lanes at various intersections and widening the Boulder Creek bridge. Funding for the northern and southern sections is included in this C1P and will be combined with federal funding and the Transportation Fund. Project funding began pre 1997 and will end post 2013. In addition the BVRC Connections plan addresses improvements in the middle section from Arapahoe to Pearl. Minor improvements have been coordinated with the 29th St. development but the majority of the BVRC improvements from Arapahoe to Pearl are not included in the CIP. - - ~ .~- ~. ,: -. . ,_.. .~- ~ ,~ ,. . ~~~ Cvmmu~fity,Sust ina t~ ~: e stifieation ~r ~ -_ ~ ,-~~~ Y - ~ ,~ _ _. . ~~. . ~ . , . ~ r~~~. : ~i~°..- . ~- .~,. ~.~;~. .___ The Transportation Master Plan is based on implementing a balanced multimodal-based transportation system. Providing a usable, connected and integrated multi-modal transportation system addresses Council's environmental and transportation goals by creating viable and sustainable transportation options, cleaner air, reduced congestion and lower VMT. This project is consistent with the 2003 Transportation Master Plan and the plan's focus on Multimodal Corridors. Multimodal corridors are the major transportation facilities which accommodate auto, bus, bicycle and pedestrian travel. The design and project will address and balance the needs of these modes. 28th Street - Iris to Arapahoe is the highest ranked multimodal corridor and 28th Street - Arapahoe to Baseline is the 3rd highest ranked corridor. Annual On-going Operating Costs Description: Project may result in minimal incremental increases ir which wilf be ro rammed in the Trans ortation Fund Source of Funding: Transportation Fund Operating Budget Essential % 25% Desirable % 75°'~~ Discretionary %~ Page 47 Total % 100% Change from Prior Year: 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report Department: Funding Source: Project Type: PW/ Transportation Subcommunity: C~OSSroeds iTransportation Development Fund svcP~area: Area I ~New Construction - Growth Related Facility / Additions ~ CEAP Required: (~10 CEAP Completed: During the development of the Bike System Plan as part of the Transportation Master Plan, constructing bike lanes on the stretch of 30th Street from Arapahoe to Pearl was identified as a high priority bike system need. Currently on-street bike lanes exist on 30th St. from the Diagonal to Pearl and from Arapahoe to Baseline. This project would complete an impo~tant on-street facility missing link by constructing on-street bike lanes on 30th St. between Arapahoe and Pearl. Funding: 2005-2008: City =$1.1 M; SAFE7EA-LU =$3.278M. Project funding began in 2005 and will end in 2008. This project is growth related due to impacts from the 29th St redevelopment, East CU campus, and the proposed Transit Village plan. This project will also maximize the regional transit opportunities to the transit village commuter rail station and bus rapid transit. ~~ u~`t iAa~ility ! Project~:~'U ~~~'~~= - ''~ ' ' ` 'Y~'' : ~' ~ . . ~ _. , . ~ ; ' - _ . . _ ~: _ .. _ _ a- Repair, enhancement and completion of the pedestrian and bicycle systems work toward making the city more walkable and bikeable. Providing a usable and connected multi-modal transportation system addresses Council's environmental and transportation goals by creating viable and sustainable transportation options resulting in cleaner air, reduced congestion and lower VMT.This corridor is the highest ranked corridor on the current Transportation Master Plan. This project will also maximize the regional transit opportunities to the transit village commuter rail station and bus rapid transit. ~~.~3 - ,~~ .~, Wq r~~lans: :~:~°~ ~ ~ ;'~`~'°~ :: _. .. ~~, _~, -- :~- S~. _~ ; ~ i ~ ~`~' .t , ~ This project is consistent with the Transpo~tation Master Plan which gives high priority to completing city bike facilities thus promoting bicycling and increasing bike mode share. This project is included in the Bike System Plan and is identified as a project within the 28th Street multimodal corridor. Public process and design anticipated to take place in 2006/2007. Construction is anticipated in 2008. Some of the project elements on the west side of the street were constructed with the 29th Street redevelopment project. This project will be designed based on the adopted BVRC Connections Plan and the 29th Street redevelopment; any remaining issues would be addressed in the public process and design refinement (including working with property owners). If necessary, electrical utility undergounding in this stretch of 30th will be coordinated with Xcel. Construction will be coordinated with the 29th Street redevelopment and the Transit Village Area Plan. .~..,:, ,, ., _ :.:. < _.~,_, . .,:.~ ~..:... . ,~:._ ,g. _ 9 Capital Funding Plan `` 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Fundin $450,000 $150,000 ~•- $0 $0 ~: $0 $0 ~.~,~:~.~~ $600,000 Change from Prior Year: Annual On-going Operating Costs Description: Source of Funding: IProject may result in minimal incremental increases in on-going maintenance costs I which will be proprammed in the Transoortation Fund budoet. Essential % 50`%~ Desirable % ~~~~~~~~~ ~_ Discretionary % Total ' ' ' ' ~ , ' ' ~ ~ ~ ~ Page 48 PW/ Transportation subcommur,~ty: Gunbarrel Transportation Development Fund BvcParea: Area I Exi~`iny Facility - Enhancements / Upgrades CEAP Required. (~Jp CEAP Completed ~ I~tion:. r w~.,~~' ~ '~~ ~~ ~`~~.~'. ~'~. _ .. _ .-~-~ . . ~'~ This project will incorporate bike, pedestrian Iand roadway improvements on 63rd Street between Lookout and the ^~ Diagonal. Bike facilities are proposed from the Diagonal to Lookout to connect to existing on-street shoulders on Lookout. Pedestrian facilities are proposed from Lookout to improved transit stops. On northbound 63rd between Lookout and the Diagonal, a right turn lane onto the Diagonal will be added. Transit queue jump lanes and an additional through traffic lane will be added to the Diagonal in each direction. This is the City's share of the $4.3M project which is funded by Federal, state and Boulder County funds. Project funding began in 2005 and will end ~ in 2007. This project is related to the growth along the Diagonal corridor and in the Gunbarrel area. ' -_ ' . ..:.~..r.-__ _ - . -d'-:x Y .+«:°...:inr I : ~`:~ M ~: .. . Y ~«..:..." .. _ ...., ed transportation system_ The Transportation Master Plan is based on implementing a bafanced multimodal-bas .J ~ ' ~ .. ~ „ ; ' ~ '~ . ~ ~i ' ~P ~ ~ .~.~', I ~6 I f,~~ ~~J` ~ ~4 1 ~ I ~f°7 Y 41^2 Publ~c Pr.oc - ~ .._ ~ _..~ . ~~..>a_ ~,. ~ . ' ' ~ Issues ._~ ~ ~ ~ '~ ' ~s. ..r.;.~ ~.~. +rr Boulder County is the lead agency for this project and will coordinate with COB, CDOT and the railroad. Design is estimated to be completed in 2007-2008. ~ ~~~a~,o , " " ~Departments ~-. .- ~a -~ ,W;:,¢< ' ~ ` ~~~~~= ~. . ;_ .:ti~ ~=:~.,~..,~.~~- '~:~.~~::,~ This is a Boulder County project. COB is a partner contributing matching funds. Providmg a usable, connected and integrated multimodal transportation system addresses Council's environmental and transportation goals by creating viable and sustainable transportation options, cleaner air, ' reduced congestion and lower VMT. ~ i ~ Relat-ons~ sk~Plans = . ~ ~~ ~ '~ ~ ~~~ ;' ~ »~~s:.ae~ ' x _ ~_...~ _. ~ _ . a ...:.~.. _a~e~`-.,... _ x._....i~u i~~~d~n~.+ .. . , e:. ~ ~ . ~, a.., r ~ _..~t 3a~:~n .~.., _ .. W. This project is consistent with the Transportation Master Plan and the plan's focus on Multimodal Corridors. ~ Multimodal corridors are the major transportation facilities which accommodate auto, bus, bicycle and pedestrian travel. The design and project will address and balance the needs of these modes. This project has been identified in the Iris/Diagonal multimodal corridor. ~ _ ~ . o. .~... _ _ _........... ~. _ ... ...,~.,~ .._. . w_~_ ._ ~ ..._._,.__.__ _ -- Capital Funding Plan 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding ~160,000 ~0 ~0 $0 $0 ~a0 $160,000 Change from Prior Year: Annual On-going Operating Costs Page 49 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report Department: Funding Source: Project Type: PW! Transportation subcommunity: Muttiple Subcommunities Transportation Development Fund BvCPa~rea: Area I On-Goir,g Projects CEAP Required: nJp CEAP Completed: .~` I ...;. . ~..I. I M.:` , ' t~.. .~i . e Description `r= .,,• ~ , ,~3 -~--.. . _ __ . __ r This C1P funding is intended to construct infrastructure improvements in coordination with or prompted by potential private development. Throughout the year situations arise where infrastructure improvements are required in the vicinity of a proposed development, should be made at the same time as the development and for which a developer can not be required to construct. lmprovements that are typically included are bike and pedestrian, functional efficiency, safety, system preservation, and transit system improvements. Project funding is ongoing. This project is growth related because it addresses needs from new development. The Transportation Master Plan is based on implementing a balanced multimodal-based transportation system. Providing a usable, connected and integrated multi-modal transportation system addresses Council's environmental and transportation goals by creating viable and sustainable transportation options, cleaner air, reduced congestion and lower VMT. p~ ~u , ~ ~ ~ n ,,.. ~•; ~ ,. r -~ r ~ - ,. - .~r ~ >: . _;- r asterPlans: :_~ ` ~ _ ~°: .<..r,;~ ~ ., ~ ~ - yy. . Major goals in the Transportation Master Plan include system preservation, safety, bike, pedestrian and auto functional efficiency projects. _~ . . . ,_ =- ~ ~ _ . ~- ~~., -. ` _ Public Process~ es . . ~ " -' _- , - .~~.~~._ ,. . . . ~ ._'._ : _. . .a_ ~~ ~ =~., , ~`' .:~ Projects generally require coordination with adjacent neighborhoods and pr~perty owners. the Development Review work group and the Planning Department is required. .n..~ F, . -< ~.. . ~--_~ ._~4~~ ~ .~.: ~ Capital Funding Plan 2008 2009 2010 2U11 2012 2013 Planned Funding $50,000 ..,.. $50,000 $50,000 -~~, $50,000 $50,000 - ~ - ~~_-• $50,000 _;-: _-r,~~~_=~__._ ~300,000 -. Change from Prior Year: Annual On-going Operating Costs Description: Project may result in minimal incremental increases in on-going maintenance costs which will be proqrammed in the Transportation Fund budqet. Source of Funding: ~Transportation Fund Operating Budget ' 1 ' , , ~ ' Business Plan Prioriti~E~ = .ervic~e~_V '~ - _ . i- •••~ , _ ~`~ . . , ~.~ ~.;.. Essential %~ Desirable % 100% Discretionary %~ Total % 100% Department: Funding Source: Project Type: PW/ Transportation Subcommunity: System-wide Transportation Development Fund BvcPArea: Areas I& II New Construction - Growth Related Facility / Additions Public Process, CEAP and design to be determined in relationship to specific projects. As the projects are refined necessary interdepartmental coordination will be ' „.,. . ., . .. ._ r.r. _~:: . . .~z~ - n._:,~~e.,.,.. ~ .:_~.^.w~-.n _::::. . ..r~a~ ~~ ~,:_. ,,... "p Capital Funding Plan :~ 2008 ._. 2009 2U10 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding ' ~ $0 ~~ $0 .~z j. ~ ~ $0 $0 __~ __ ..: .a ,~ $0 $0 -.;~.:, ,- $0 , .. _ . , _ . Change from Prior Year: ~,,,, Annual On-going Operating Costs Description: ~ Source of Funding: ' Essential % ~ A" ~ Desirable % ~00°/~ Discretionary %~ Total % Paqe 51 2008-2013 Capital improvements Program Project Status Report ~ AIRl'URT FUNU 2008 - 2013 CAPITAL INIPROVCMF,N'CS PROGRAM OVERVII+~W The 2008 Airport Fund Capital Improvements Program (CIP) is $631,578. T'he 2006 Boulder Municipal Airport Master Plan Update (AMPL~ has informed the 2008 CIP. The AMPU was presented to the City Council and approved in January 2007. The CIP projects currently on the 2008-2013 schedule only involve replacing or maintaining existing infrastructure. POLICY ISSUES None. HIGHLIGHTS ^ I The project slated for 2008 will rehabilitate portions of the aircraft parking apron located south of ' Taxiway Alpha. The rehabilitation will replace degraded pavement as well as correct some drainage and sub-grade problems. The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) Aeronautics Division conducted a pavement evaluation in 2003 and rated the apron with a Pavement Condition Index of 57 (on a scale from 0-I00}. They recommended rehabilitation be scheduled to prevent fuzther degradation. i'INANCING Primary fundin~ for Airport Improvement Projects (AIP) is from the FAA, providing 95% of total ~ cost. The CDOT Aeronautics Division usually funds 2.5%, with the remaining 2.5% paid out of the Airport Fund. The pavement project in 2008 is currently slated to cost $631,578. The FAA has ' approved $600,000 towards this effort. The Airport Fund and a State of Colorado Discretionary Aviation Grant each will contribute $15,789 in matching funds. ~ RELATIONSHIP TO OPERATING BUDGET The airport operating budget pays for the maintenance of all airport improvements. BUSINESS PLAN The project to rehabilitate portions of parking apron is designated as 100% essential. Replacement of degraded pavement is an issue of maintenance and safety, and must be performed for the proper functioning of the airport. ~ 2005-2013 Capital Improvements Program Airport Fund o2-~ur-o~ - --- -- 20U8 ---.. 2U09 ..._ 2010 2011 2012 _ 2013 - -- Total Recommended Projected Projected Projected Projected Projected Existing Facility - Rehab / Repair / De~ciency Correction Rehabilitate East Aircraft Parking Apron G31,578 0 0 0 0 0 G3I,578 FAA Entitlement Funded Maintenance 20] 3 0 0 0 0 0 G31,578 631,578 Total: 631,578 0 0 0 0 631,578 1,263,156 Total for Airport Fund 631,578 0 0 0 0 631,~78 1,263,156 Page 53 ~iv2oo~ Airport Fund Business Plan Budget Submission Fiscally Constrained Plan 2oos , __ _ _ ; Essential Desirable ____ _ __.__.. Discretionary Total - - - ~ - ~ ~ -~ , ~- Existing Facility - Rehab / Repair / Deficiency Correction Rehabilitate East Aircraft Parking Apron 771010 $631,578 100% $0 $0 $631,578 100% Total for Airport Fund: $631,578 100% SO 0% $0 ~0% 5631,578 100% ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ P_.._ r j ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ City of Boulder Captial Improvement Projects, 2008 - 2013 PW/Municipal Airport J ~~ ~~~ ~ , .. ~;; ' , , fi ~ .. . ... .. . iF~ _ .. ~ ~~yf a c o~~/.:; ~~ ~ ; g Apron M ~f Taxiway Alpha __ CO ~ay Rd . ! i S Boulder Legend Year of Project ~ zooa ~ zoo~zo~a ~ zooa = 200~2013 ~ 2008 ~ 20012013 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report Department: Funding Source: Project Type: PW/ Municipal Airport Subcommunity: East Boulder Airport Fund BVCPArea: Afea I Existing Facility - Rehab / Repair ! Deficiency Correction CEAP Required: -~p CEAP Completed: __ _ _ _ , ~~.. .- } , . . .. . . . _s ~-: ' R ' . ~~. Project Desc~ipti' ' ~.' . :; :r~.:~ ` ' .:,_' ~ ~ , r This project is from Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) entitlement funds that are provided to Boulder Municipal Airport every four years for maintenance and/or rehabilitation of the airport infrastructure. More information will be entered as project date nears. The FAA mandates that airport infrastructure be maintained and provides entitlement funds to pay for such improvements. The year prior to receiving the funds (i.e. 2012), the airport will submit the projects for FAA approval and then can submit more information about project justification and benefits. This project will be in accardance with the Municipal Airport Master Plan Update. This project was included in the Airport Master Plan Update process, which included open house meetings and mailings to Airport neighbors. ,.. _ - . ~~9~~LO~ff~~b'7~. ~ 8'~~Hl.~ _ ~ B ~g ~t ..', . - s~..._ ~ ._~,.p o ~ r< '~ -- ~ ~ ~y ~~+ ~ ~ - amrxn.s~w - a~ev~xri,.._ ~ . ~,._ ..~' '':, ,vw.y~'~.~.'v~f~~ _... r~'~Ch _z__. None at this time. :~;a4::-: -x,.~..t .~. r ~ ~~a.e-r.:._ ~ - Capital Funding Plan 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding $0 $0 ,.. .. .,. .-f4~TiP~~'.AI~.C.iv~.a.~.: $0 $0 $0 ': _......~,,iGM1'. . FAR1\'~~.. ' $631,578 $631,578 ~.,,:.r~!Y19~'.. 5~..:_ Change from Prior Year: Annual On-going Operating Costs Description: LCosts are absorbed in Airpo~t operating Source of Funding: Airport Fund Essential % 100% Desirable %~ Discretionary %~ Total % 100% ~ ~ ' ~ rr ~ ~ ~ ~ PW/ Municipal Airport Subcommuniry: East Boulder Airport Fund BVCPArea: A~ea I Existing Facility - Rehab / Repair ! Deficiency Correction ~ _., P~J ,.._,....._~..~.~..,.,..~ ,_:.,,.,.~.~..~.w,.. _...._..._.__.~..._.,w~._._...~____ _~....~. . ..~__.__..m_.... ____ ..----.._ .._...._. This ro'ect was included in the Airport Master Plan Update process, which included open house meetings and mailings to Airport neighbors. Although pavement drainage will remain the same as existing, a stormwater discharge construction permit with the Colorado Dept of Public Health and Environment will be needed since the project is more than one acre in size. . _. r~ ~a ~ ~ ,~, --- ,•w~~ ,,~ ~_.o. ,~ . ~~: ~~,z _ ~. ,~ ___. _ Capital Funding Plan 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding $631,578 $0 .. _,_ ~-~ ~-,~: $0 $0 $0 $0 $631,578 - „_:~ ,~.,~.., ~ ..~:..__ ,__. :.;;.,.. .a.,k,~~- ,;~-..~ Change from Prior Year: New Project Annual On-going Operating Costs Description: ~Operating costs will likely decrease with new Source of Funding: Essential % 100% Desirable %~ Discretionary %~ are absorbed in Airport TOtal % 100% Pano 57 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report ~ .. ~ SUMMARY OF THE 2008-2013 UTILTTIES DIVISION CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM ., June 13, 2007 ~ ,,, OVERVIEW The overall program and funding priorities are reflected in the staging and timing of projects over ` the 6 year Capital Improvement Program (CIP) time period. The following primary factors were .,. considered in deternuning the overall program and funding priorities: s Water and Wastewater Utilitv ~„ 1. Reliability of water and wastewater collection, delivery and treatment 2. Water quality and other environmental regulations ^' 3. Worker health and safety .. 4. Opportunity to collaborate with other city projects, i.e., transportation 5. Potential for operation and maintenance cost savings "'" 6. Accommodating new growth and development r 3tormwater and Flood Management Utilitv ~ ~ 1. Property damage or safety hazazd mitigation ~ 2. Water quality and other environmental regulations 3. Worker health and safety '"" 4. Opportunity to collaborate with other city projects, i.e., transportation ~, 5. Potential for operation and maintenance cost savings 6. Accommodating new growth and development F., No effort has been made in developing the CIP to tazget improvements in a certain geographic r area. -~ POLICY ISSUES ,~ There aze no policy issues related to the CIP this year. '" HIGHLIGHTS ,.r Highlights of the proposed CIP aze as follows: '" Water Utilitv Proiects r 1. Continued emphasis on the rehabilitation and improvement of the city's existing water .. system infrastructure continues, especially in the azea of the city's deteriorated water "' distribution system. This is reflected in the significant funding for on-going waterline ,~, replacement that has been increased in 2008 as well as several other rehabilitadon projects for various water system facilities. .. . ,., 2. Additional funds have been allocated for repair and rehabilitation of the Lakewood r s ~ Page 58 Pipeline. Staff is planning to inspect the existing pipe this fal] and evaluate various repair and rehabilitation alternatives. 3. Additional funding for the Barker Water System has been allocated. Repairs to this water system are necessary to assure safe and reliable water deliveries to the Betasso Water Treatment Plant (W"TP) from Barker Reservoir. Priority work includes 1) repairs to the Bazker Gravity Pipeline including potential slip lining or portions of the pipe, 2) repairs and further integration of the Bazker hydro equipment and appurtenances and 3) working with the Federal Emergency Regulatory Commission (FERC) to convert the currenUy licensed project to a license exempt project by submitting an application that will require much technical and legal analysis and supporting documentation. 4. Funding has been allocated for improvements to the Boulder Reservoir WTP. This work is necessary to expand the treatment capacity and comply with federal Safe Drinking Water Act regulations. Work at the Boulder Reservoir WTP (and Boulder Reservoir Intake and Pumping, Iris Pump Station and Cherryvale Pump Station) currently scheduled in 2009, was prompted by staff review of the city's water delivery system in light of the 2002-2004 drought. Water from the Nor[hem Colorado Water Conservancy District (NCWCD) Colorado Big-Thompson Project will play an increasingly important role in t6e city's overall water system deliveries. This water is treated and delivered through these facilities and expansion of the treatment capacity is necessary due to this situation. 5. Funding has been allocated for the next phase of improvements to the Betasso WTP and major improvements are anticipated in 2012. A recent analysis indicates that existing treatment processes will be adequate to meet water demands in compliance with federal Safe Drinking W ater Act regulations until that time. 6. Funding has been allocated for the NCWCD Conveyance - Carter Lake Pipeline project in 2009. Whereas water conveyed by the Boulder Feeder Canal is subject to water quality concerns, water conveyed by a pipeline would be protected from contaminant risk. The NCWCD completed a feasibility study for a new pipeline from Carter L.ake in 2006. The city is currently participating in the NCWCD sponsored pemutung process along with other water providers. Staff initiated an evaluation of various water source protection and ueatment altematives and this is currentiy being reviewed by the WRAB. The city is also pursuing Federal funding for this project. Wastewater Utility 1. It is anticipated the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment will issue a revised discharge permit in 2008 for the city's Wastewater Treatment PTant. The new dischazge permit may include more restrictive limits for ammonia and other nitrogen based compounds. Funding has been allocated in 2007-2010 for additional treatment improvements. 2. Additional funding is recommended in 2008 for the Biosolids Handing and Dewatering Page 59 - ~ ^+ project Staff recently completed a study of the centrifuge return water (centrate) after problems with existing piping. The study recommends that the existing piping be ~ abandoned and the centrate stored and redirected to the plant headworks. «. ,,,,, 3. Funding for the Biosolids Digester project has been reduced because recent analysis suggests that a new smaller digester in combination with the existing digesters will "' adequately meet the biosolids stabilization criteria needed for land application. ~ 4. The city has hired a solar contractor, Eyeon Solaz, to manage the installation of a 1 ~ megawatt solar photovoltaic system to be located at the 75th street wastewater treatment ~ plant. The project will not be funded from the Wastewater Treatment Utility Fund, but ,,, will be third party financed by Eyeon and will not require a capital investment from the city. The project will provide approximately 1/4 of the facility' power requirements, and "` will result in a power purchase and lease agreement between the city and Eyeon. r Stormwater and Flood Management Utilitv ~ ~ 1. Additional funding for Elmer's Two-mile Creek is recommended in 2008 and a previous funding allocation in 2009 has been eliminated. Recent appraisals for property acquisition ~ aze higher than originally expected and staff believes it will be more efficient to construct '~ the improvements as one lazge project rather than in phases as originally planned. Utilities funds will be leveraged with Federa] TranspoRation Improvement Project (TIP) ~ funds and it is important that this project be completed in a timely manner so that the TIP "' funding is not jeopardized. TIP funding in the amount of $1,529,000 is included in the „~ 2008 Stormwater and Flood Management CIP. This project is being coordinated by the city's Greenways Program. r .. 2. Money allocated for flood mitigation work along Fourmile Canyon Creek and Wonderland Creek has been reduced and/or delayed. This money will be used for r property acquisition and limited construction projects until decisions are reached through +~ the on-going flood mitigation planning process. It is anticipated the results of this „~ planning process wil] be available in the fall of 2007. All projects are being closely coordinated with the city's Greenways Program and Transportation Division. ~ .. 3. The South Boulder Creek Flood Mapping Study is complete and will be submitted to FEMA in the near future. The mapping study results will become the basis for future """ floodplain management, mitigation planning, regulatory restrictions and flood insurance ~+ requirements for the South Boulder Creek corridor. FEMA review will take nine to12 months. ~ ~ Funding for flood mitigation planning is recommended in 2008. It is anticipated the ~„~„ mitigation planning will be completed in 2009 and construction of mitigation improvements will begin in 2010. It is anricipated that the focus of these efforts would be "' to primarily mitigate the impacts of flooding in the West Valley, where flood impacts ,,, were previously not identified and substantial urban development has since occurred. It is ` ~ .. Paoe 60 also important that flood mitigation planning be coordinated with the U.S. 36 Corridor Improvements-Environmental Impact Statement. The city is also pursuing Federal funding for this project. 4. Staff recently completed work on the Stormwater Master Plan (SMP). The SMP focused on localized drainage and water quality problems. Numerous deficiencies and potential solutions were identified, the highest priority being Upper Goose Creek Drainage. Funding allocations in 2010-2013 have been increased for the project, although additional benefit-cost analysis will be performed before a decision is made to move forwazd with the construction. MASTER PLANNING Master Planning is an eleYnent of the decision making process for proposed CIP projects. Historically, master plans focused on service area growth and its impact on related utility infrastructure needs. At this point in time, growth is not as important an issue as the need to rehabilitate and address deficiencies in the existing infrastructure. Identification of these issues occurs on an on-going basis and is documented in the Utilities Division Annual Reports as well as on-going studies and reports. Master plan summaries are provided in the Boulder Valley Comprehensive Plan and were recently updated. At this point in time existing master plans provide an adequate basis from which to formulate the CIP in conjunction with other information. The Treated Water Master Plan was updated in 2000 and Wastewater Collection System Master Plan in 2003. An update to the Wastewater Treatment Master Plan was recently completed. The Comprehensive Flood and Stormwater (CFS) Master Plan was updated in 2004 and the Stormwater Master Plan was recently completed. The relationship of each CIP project to the master plans and studies is presented in the detailed project descriptions. The Utilities Division will update these master plans consistent with the city's Business Plan over the next several yeazs. The Business Plan calls for a separate master plan for each of the Utilities Division three restricted funds. It is anticipated the current Wastewater Treatment Master Plan and Wastewater Collection System Master Plan will be merged as the Wastewater Utility Master Plan and work on this will begin in 2007. The Water Utility Master Plan and Stormwater and Flood Management Utility Master Plan will follow. Recent changes to the Boulder Valley Comprehensive Plan including land use designations are not extensive and so no major changes to existing Utilities Division master plans are required. Aspects that are more important to the Utilities Division CIP planning include the rate of deterioration of existing infrastructure as well as changes in water related regulations and technologies. FINANCING Each of the city's utility funds is established as a sepazate enterprise fund designed to finance and account for each utility's facilities and services. Funding for the Utilities Division capital improvement program is derived primarily from monthly utility fees. In addition to the monthly Pa4e 61 i " utility fees, significant revenue sources include Plant Investment Fees (PIFs), from new _ development or redevelopment and hydroelectric sales to Xcel Energy. Sales from monthly utility fees aze variable and reflect the overall growth of the service area and yearly weather ` fluctuations. ~ Other revenue sources include reimbursements from the Urban Drainage & Flood Control District (for stormwater/ flood management projects), state and federal grants, and revolving -- loans from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (none anticipated at this ,~, time). These revenues are project specific and aze highly variable depending on the external agency's funding situation and priorities. Currently, the following projects are anticipated to ° qualify for such revenues: ~ • Stormwater and Flood Management - Elmer's Two-mile Creek ~' • Stormwater and Flood Management - Preflood Acquisition ~ ~, If the above mentioned funds aze insufficient, projects will be funded by issuing revenue bonds with the debt service financed by general utility chazges. For the yeazs 2008-2013, it is ` anticipated that new bonds will be issued for the following projects: • Water - Boulder Reservoir WTP (2009) • Water - NCWCD Conveyance - Carter Lake Pipeline (2009) -- • Water- Betasso WTP (2012) ,,, • Wastewater - Biosolids Digester (2010) • Wastewater - WWTP Improvements (2010) "~ • Stormwater and F1ood Management - South Boulder Creek (2010) r Utilities Division staff will complete the evaluation of the proposed CIP on rates in conjunction '~"~ with the development of the 2008 operating budget. Rate increases aze currently projected as '~ foilows: ~ • Water Utility: 2007 - 4 percent " • Wastewater Utility: 2007 - 3 percent ~ • Stormwater and Flood Management Utility: 2007 - 3 percent ~ ~- RELATIONSHIP TO THE OPERATING BUDGET ~„ There are no projects in the 2008 Utilities Division C1P that are anticipated to impact future on- going operating costs. The WWTP Permit Improvement and Biosolids Digester project to be " construction in 2010 will impact future on-going operating costs. ~ BUSINESS PLAN ~ All projects within the Water Utility and Wastewater Utility Division CIPs aze designated as ~- Essential according to the Business Plan definition with the exception of the following projects ,~ which are designated as Desirable: .. ~ r Paae 62 NCWCD Conveyance - Carter Lake Pipeline Green Lake 2 Dam Pearl St. Hydro/PRV Station All projects wi[hin the Stormwater and Flood Management Utility Division CIP are designated as Desirable with the exception of the Yazds Master Plan Implementation which is designated as Essential. CONSTRUCTION INFLATION The Engineering News Record (ENR)1 index indicates construction costs have increased 22.5 percent during the past five years; the CDOT index indicates an increase of almost 50 percent during the same period of time. The ENR index is more reflective of equipment and building construction such as at the treatment plants. The Colorado cost index is more reflective of heavy civil construction such as roadway and major drainageway work. These cost increases have been programmed into the recommended CIF and this information is provided so that the Water Resources Advisory Board, Planning Board and City Council aze aware of the additional funding needs for current projects. PUBLIC PROCESS AND ADVISORY BOARD ACTION The preliminary CIP was discussed at the Water Resource Advisory Board (WRAB) on May 21, 2007 with a following meeting on June 18, 2007 - draft minutes aze included below. Agenda Item 6- Final Recommendatton on the Integrated Evaluation of Boulder Reservoir Water Treatment Plant Source Water Protection and Treatment Improvements Study. Noble, Hazberg, Chris and Linnenfelser made the presentation. WRAB questions and comment: • Byers: Requested clarification on comparison between additional treatment -vs- protection of source by Pipeline ^ Byers: Conceming ROW, inquired about potential ROW conflicts with FasTracks development. Miller: Initiated discussion with WRAB regarding water quality goals and their role in the assessment. Public Hearing: ^ There was no public input. ~ ConsVUCtion inflation is tracked using the Engineering News Record (EA3R) Cost Index for Denver and the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) Colorado Conswction Cost Index. The ENR index is a composite index based on costs for. 1) local portland cement, 2) loca12x4 lumber, 3) national structural steel, and 4) local union wages plus fringes for carpenters, bricklayers and iron workers. The CDOT index is a composite index based on costs for 1) unclassified excavation, 2) hot bituminous pavement 3) concrete pavement, 4) structural steel and 5) reinforcine steel. Paoe 63 ~- Motion: ~ DiNatale: WRAB recommends that City Council delay construction of Boulder's portion of the Carter Lake Pipeline and consider it as a future phase for implementation after the " following actions have occurred: ,,, 1) Construction of Boulder Reservoir Water Treatment Plant improvements (C102 and iJV or alternates) `r 2) Implementation of the canal bypasses, BMP's and other protective measures for the .. Boulder Feeder Canal ` 3) Existing bonded indebtedness has been signi~cantly reduced. The actions of other potential participants in the Carter Lake pipeline project should be ~ monitored to ensure that segments constructed by others would not prec-ude the possibility ,,,, of Boulder constructing a pipeline in the future. Actions by Boulder may include oversizing of upstream segments constructed by others or acquisition of adjacent right of way. ~ ~ WRAB has carefully reviewed all of the staff and consultant information and has the following findings: "" 1) Construction of the pipeline would require in excess of $22 million in funds from the ~ city of Boulder and result in significant rate increases and tie up revenues needed for other unidentified future needs. Staff projections for rate increases beginning in ~ 2009 needed to finance system improvements including the Carter Lake Pipeline are '" 10%, 10% and 12% for the three year period over and above the 3,4 and 4% ,,, increases the three previous years. 2) The pipeline is an attractive enhancement to the City's operations and would result ` in more consistent, high quality water, but is not essential for the successful .,, operations of the City's water system. 3) Water currently delivered out of the Boulder Reservoir Water Treatment Plant is of good quality, meeting all Safe Drinking Water Act requirements. -. 4) Water quality goals established by staff for non-primary drinking water standards ~ are too restrictive and render infeasible any other option than the Carter Lake Pipeline. ~ 5) Water quality risks in the Boulder Feeder Canal can and should be addressed via ,~ measures such as canal bypasses, stormwater best management practices and land use controls. " 6) The technical peer review of the Black & Veatch report by Dr. Susumu Kawamaura .. is consistent with tindings 3& 4. 7) There are minor improvements to the Boulder Reservoir Water Treatment Plant "' (alternative 2) that can and should be implemented to ensure continued high quality ~ water. " 2na: DeOreo '~ Friendly Amendment: Knopf: to amend motion as discussed to section 1, items 2 and 3. ,~ Section 2, items 5, 6 and 7(changes already reflected in the body of the motion above) Accepted by DiNatale. ~ Discussion: ... The WRAB discussed the merits of delay -vs- praceeding as per staff recommendation. r ~ ~ Pana fi4 . r w Conclusion: • Vote: 3-2 (Knopf, DiNatale, DeOreo for; Byers and Miller against) ~ Byers votes against for the following reasons: 1) She believes it is a health, safety and welfare risk to contiaue the current system and " that it is necessary for long term community health to ensure the purest source ~ water possible. It is better to do it now than to wait. r 2) Would likely help reduce mitigation costs to all parties involved with the Boulder Feeder Canal TraiL ~ Miller votes against for the following reason: "I am not comfortable second guessing the ,~ water quality standards set by staff without concrete evidence that it is in error. I assume those decisions were made for good reason and based on concrete water quality iw information." r. Pana fi5 w r ~ ~ ~ r w ~ w ~ ~ ~ r ~ r ~ ~r w ~ w ~ ~ ~ 1 t 1 1 i 1 1 t i 1 1 I 1 C f [ 1 1 1 ! i ( 1 1 1 f i ( 1 t i t 1 ( 1 1? 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Stormwater & Flood Management Utility Fund oz-rUl-o~ 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Total Recommended Projected Projected Projected Projected Projected Eiristing Facility - Enhancements / Upgrades BoulderCreek ]00,000 0 0 0 0 0 ]00,000 Elmers7Wo-mileCreek 5,251,000 0 0 0 0 0 5,251,000 Fourtnile Canyon Crcek 232,500 250,000 250,000 250,000 250,000 250,000 1,462,500 SouthBoulderCreek 150,000 300,000 3.000,000 0 0 0 3,450,000 Stormwatec Quality Improvements 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 300,000 Transportauon Rela[ed Stotmwater Improvements 250,000 250,000 250,000 250,000 250,000 250,000 1,500,000 17ibutacy Cneenways Rogam-Stormwater & F1ood IS0,000 I50,000 I50,000 IS0,000 150,000 0 750,000 Wonderland Creek 232,500 250,000 250,000 500,000 500,000 500,000 2,232,500 Yards Master Plan Implementation (land acquisition) - Smrmwarer 110,000 0 0 0 0 0 I10,000 Broadway Storm Sewer 0 300,000 0 0 0 0 300,000 Mapleton Hill Drainage 0 0 50,000 250,000 250,000 0 550,000 Upper Goose Cteek Drainage 0 0 100,000 500,000 500,000 500,000 1,600,000 Ta~~; 6,526,000 1,550,000 4,100,000 1,950,000 1,950,000 1,550,000 17,626,000 Eaisting Facility • Rehab / Repair / Deficiency Correction Storm Sewer RehabiGtation 50,000 50,000 50,000 Total: 50,00(1 50,000 50,000 New Construction - Not Growth Related ReFlood Property Acquisition 500,000 500,000 500,000 Total: 500,000 500,000 500,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 300,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 300,000 500,000 500,000 0 2.500,000 500,000 500,000 0 2,500,000 Total for Stormwater & Flood Management Utility Fund 7,076,000 2,100,000 4,650,000 2,500,000 2,500,000 1,600,000 20,426,000 Page 66 n2rzoo~ Stormwater & Flood Management Utility Fund Existlna Facllitv- Enhancements / Uoaretles Business Plan Budget Submission Fiscally Constrained Plan 2oos Essentlal Discretionary ~ Total oesuaoie BoulderCreek 431015 $0 $100,000 100% $0 $100,000 100% ElmetsTwo-mileCreek 431332 $0 $5,251,000 100°/< $0 $5,251,000 700% Fourmlle Canyon Creek 431729 $0 $232,500 100% $0 $232,500 100% SouthBOUlderCreek 431202 $0 $150,000 100% $0 $150,000 100/ Stormwater Quality Improvements 431775 $0 $50,000 100°/, $0 $50,000 700% Transportation Related Stormwater ImprovemenGS 431780 $0 $250,000 100 % $0 $250,000 100% Tributflry Greenways Program - Stormwater 8 Flood 431630 $0 $150,000 100°/a $0 $150,000 100%a Wonderland Creek 421003 $0 $232,500 100% $0 $232,500 100% Yards Master Plan Implementation (land acquisltion) - Stormwater 431039 $110,000 100 % $0 $0 $110,000 100 % Existing Facllity - Rehab / Repalr / Deficiency Correction Storm Sewer Rehabilitation $50,000 100% $0 $0 $50,000 100 % New ConsWction • Not Growth Related Preflood Property Acquisition 431622 $0 $500,000 100% $0 $500,000 700% Total for Stormwater & Flood Management Utilily Fund: 5160,D00 2% $6,916,000 98°/> $0 0% 57,076,000 100% I/ i! 1 1 1 1 i l 1 1 i~ ~~ /! P~" `~ t~ !^ f~ 1 1 t~ 1 1 f 1 !! i 1 ~ Cit of Boulder Ca tial Im rovement Pro'ects, 2008 - 2013 Y p p 1 ~ PW/Stormwater and Flood Management Utility ~ Paqe 68 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report Department: Funding Source: Project Type: 'W/ Stormwater and Flood Manage Subcommunity: Multiple SubCOmmunities 3tormwater & Flood Management Utility Fund evcParea: Areas I& II =xisting Facility - Enhancements / Uprr<~ci~~ CEAP Required: Np CEAP Completed: This project will provide funds for on-going studies and possible flood mitigation work along Boulder Creek. This project will identify and mitigate flood hazards in the Boulder Creek floodplain. The project will help ensure the basic health and safety needs of all residents. Additionally, other goals such as environmental protection and increased mobility will be incorporated into the project. This project is consistent with the goals of the stormwater and flood management utility as articulated in the Boulder Revised Code and the Comprehensive Flood and Stormwater (CFS) Master Plan adopted in 2004. Evaluation of Boulder Creek flood issues is underway. Current study efforts focus on the area between Folsom and 28th Streets ~w~Ot eh r _Departments~ . ° - `'~` _ . ' •'•~ ~ ~' ~ ., ,. . , ,r ' ~ . . . .~r..~:A r: ; ,,; . None ~~.:~::-..-. 8-u~,'.~:~. }. . .c^r.:~~.-M~.J:/:r.... ~:r:F1F•E~:$ r-.-.. Capital Funding Plan 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding _ $100,000 ~0 $0 =_~,~ ----a $0 ~ ~ $0 ~. $0 ,.~„ $100,000 Change from Prior Year: Funded added in 2008 Annual On-going Operating Costs $0 Description: No increase, funded by existing operating budget Source of Funding: Essential %~ Desirable % 100% Discretionary %~ Total % 100% ' ' 1 ' ~ r ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Department: Funding Source: Project Type: PW/ Stormwater and Flood Manage Subcommunity: North Boulder ~ Stormwater & Flood Management Utility Fund svcPArea: Area I Existing Facility - Enhancen~ier~:s I l Ip~~r~a~fe~ CEAP Required: NO CEAP Completed: NA ~ ,,, _ , ~ ~ ~, ~-~ Prn ect Desari tion; :; ~ '' ~ ,~~~; ~~~ ~ .,;,-. ~~.~: '~. ,. . ~~. .~ ^~~- ~-.~~:~> ; _.~ _„ w 1 . . p -. ~. _ ~... The project will provide funds for the construction of new storm sewer facilities in Broadway Street. The capacity of the storm sewer along North Broadway is inadequate. This project will increase the size of the storm sewer as part of the North Broadway Roadway Reconstruction project. Funds for this project will be leveraged with Federal Transportation Improvement Project (TIP) funds. ..- . ,~ , ~ ~-~:- ~: _ ~: , . . r -~- ~ ^ i ~ ~ <. ; ~ ~ ~ ~~~ ~ : us,ta~ ~ ab~fity I`Projec~JustlfiCation +~, ~ ~ ~~ . - , ~,- . .~-,~ - _~._. .. . _ , ;~.. ~ ~: w~ .. ~.. ~ The project will help ensure the basic health and safety needs of all residents. Rehabilitation of the city's existing storm sewer is required to assure the continued conveyance of storm water in a manner that avoids street flooding and damage to property. This project is consistent with the goals of the stormwater and flood management utility as articulated in the Boulder Revised Code and the Comprehensive Flood and Stormwater (CFS) Master Plan and the Stormwater Master Plan. No additional public process is anticipated. ~~~,.~, ::, x c ; ~°;, ~' ` " `-~"`~ ~ ,~_ ~ a ~Departments , .,~.,._~ ~ ~ _~.,___ ~~y . . _ _.~_~ ~ ,.. ~ _ Transportation Division ~ ~ _ ..d_ , ,~_ - ~w~,.=,~.. .. ,:..:~_ ~-.-~ ~.r ;~;.~. ~,.t-: ~-. . . . ~- . ~: Capital Funding Plan ``~ 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding ~ $0 a, ~~~,W - $300,000 $0 $0 .. .~. ,:,-« ~. -W~:- $0 $0 .~ $300,000 _._ ._. : ~ Change from Prior Year: Funding added in 2009 ~ Annual On-going Operating Costs $0 Description: Source of Funding: ¢. .~ g °t' o ofService~~ ?=~ .~:_ z._. r ~~-~`-~' T; ~,~ _~-_° _ ~~a s.. ~.~,~~_ ~ ~~~~r .~ . ~ _ . _, Essential %~ Desirable % 100% Discretionary %~ Total % 100% Page 70 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report Department: Funding Source: Project Type; PW/ Stormwater and Flood Manage Subcommuniry: Crossroads Stormwater & Flood Management Utility Fund a~cPa,rea: Area I Existing Facility - Enhancements / Upgrades CEAP Required: YeS CEAP Completed: YeS ~'. '.`~7 " r ~ - e - a, - i'- ~~ ~ ° .. - -' . - ~ -- - - ~.~+ __ ~' This project will fund flood mitigation improvements along Elmer's Two-mile Creek from the Boulder White Rocks Ditch to Glenwood in cooperation with the Greenways Program and the Transportation Division. The city received additional federal funding ($3,251,000) through the Transpo~tation Improvement Project (TIP) program which will reduce the total city cost of this project but requires that the projecYs construction be expedited. The city also received $500,000 from the state Urban Drainage and Flood Control District. This project will eliminate substantial developed property from the 100-year floodplain and create a greenway corridor connecting the existing Goose Creek greenway to the existing Elmer's Two-mile Creek greenway at Glenwood. The project will help ensure the basic health and safety needs of all residents. Additionally, other goals such as environmental protection and increased mobility will be incorporated into the project. ~-~~_--_ ~:--:- _-_-----~ .•--• ~=- . _ ,_ ; :.-. ,. ~'"~~. , ~,ai :~_ This project is recommended by the Greenways Master Plan and is consistent with the goals of the stormwater and flood management utility as articulated in the Boulder Revised Code and the Comprehensive Flood and Stormwater (CFS) Master Plan adopted in 2004. ~ y/~essSfatus, Issues• =-~-: "• •~ . :. ; _ - ~~r~p[ugpy~~~ ~ ~ r ~ ~,~ . ~`YI]i..~ ~ ~ ~ 1 ~s~~~~i- , . . ~~+n~~' T!~~5... ~4 ~_~~~~.. _ ~ ~r The CEAP for this project was completed in 2004. This project relates to the City's Greenways Program and the City's Transportation Division. " -~.~~.~'. yi'-, " _ _ - _ ..A' '>`.S.I'.~'L-. ..,~.~• _ Capital Funding Plan 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding $5,251,000 $0 ~~w~.~_~~ $0 $0 $0 _~.:,~• ~~., $0 $5,251,000 ,~.~:., Change from Prior Year: Funding increased in 2008 and deleted in 2009 includes TIP funding of $1,529,000 Annual On-going Operating Costs Description: No increase, Source of Funding: ~ ~ ~ I ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Essential %~ Desirable % 100% Discretionary %~ Total % 100% PW/ Stormwater and Flood Manage Subcommunity: North Boulder Stormwater & Flood Management Utility Fund svcPArea: System-wide Existing Facility - Enhancements / Upgrades ~ CEAP Required: YgS CEAP Completed NO ~ w -~ ` f ~~'~~_ , F~ ;,~ ->. . - > ' , .~ pYO~@Gt DBSCF ~ I > ~. ~. `~ x=~>= .F_,t ~`-L~*^ ~...,:..~s ~i~ . ~~:~ , ., wFS.~ ~~ ... '~':.~ .m~^.,: ~ „~ ?v~~".c.•s. 4- .. i , t..._-~.,;. .,...~ -~'l ;w:. . z _ ..~,~-*,~, ' ;' . . . ~ This project will fund flood mitigation improvements along Fourmile Canyon Creek. The revised flood mapping w studies for Fourmile Canyon Creek and Wonderland Creek are complete. These were accepted by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) in March 2007. Analysis of various flood mitigation alternatives has been completed by Love & Associates under a contract with the Urban Drainage and Flood Control District (UDFCD}. The analysis report provides information about various flood mitigation approaches. Flood mitigation recommendations are provided by Love & Associates and are being reviewed by city staff. The next step is to ~ develop a draft proposed flood mitigation plan and CEAP. Budgeted money will be used for on-going study, property acquisition and limited construction projects until decisions are reached through the on-going flood mitigation planning process. !t is anticipated the results of this planning process will be available in late 2007. The study results will also include recommendations for Wonderland Creek, which is closely associated with Fourmile Canyon Creek. All projects are being closely coordinated with the City's Greenways Program and Transportation Division. .- ; „ .~ . .r. _ -~.~ . . . .. ,.a~u:~~ ~ . ; i . .. s::.... a ; _ :"' si•. ~- tu _ ~ ' -'- . .. ,.. .'~_._,~a,-~ ' , ~." . :- ,: The project will help ensure the basic health and safety needs of all residents. Additionally, other goals such as ~ environmental protection and increased mobility will be incorporated into the project. This project was recommended by the Fourmile Canyon Creek Flood Mitigation Study, the Greenways Master Plan and is consistent with the goals of the stormwater and flood management utility as articulated in the Boulder Revised Code and the Comprehensive Flood and Stormwater (CFS) Master Plan adopted in 2004. The CEAP and associated public process will be initiated in 2007. This project relates to the City's Greenways Program Program. .. ...r,W.:L:-. . .am. -, y..._.,. .~ .. ~:__~.~ . '._ ~~i`-:. ~:.'.,~° _ . ~ ~'eJi,iS$a'PI' ..b ~st=... -.-"__. ~Y°'_-:..~^: Capital Funding Plan 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding ~ $232,500 $250,000 $250,000 $250,000 $250,000 ~ -~. . , ..,, r. , ~~a,. . .~. ,..:~ ~ =a~: •:,. . $250,000 $1,482,500 : ,:~. ~_;-~ ,; y ~:. Change from Prior Year: Funding decreased in 2008-2013 Annual On-going Operating Costs Description: Source of Funding: ~- _ , ~~Essential /o r~~~ Des ~~ ` . fi,;~ ~ ~;"~~ 5-~ ° irable % 100% Discretionary %~ Total % 10a% ~ Paqe 72 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report Department: PW/ Stormwater and Flood Manage sutcommuniry: Central Boulder Funaing source: Stormwater & Flood Management Utility Fund BVCPArea: Area I Projecc rype: Existing Facility - Enhancements / Upgrades CEAP Required: NO CEAP Completed: NA This project will provide funding for improvements to the existing storm sewer system in the Mapleton Hill neighborhood. City staff has observed localized flooding in this area. The scope and need for this project will be confirmed by the Stormwater Management Plan analysis that is currently in progress. _. . : . . . L _ ~- , Community Sustainability'_! ra~e i ~'` '>' ' _ .. _.. , ~ :_- , .. . _ The project will help ensure the basic health and safety needs of all residents. Rehabilitation of the city's existing storm sewer is required to assure the c~ntinued conveyance of storm water in a manner that avoids street flooding and damage to property. This project is consistent with the goals of the stormwater and flood management utility as articulated in the Boulder Revised Code and the Comprehensive Flood and Stormwater (CFS} Master Plan adopted in 2004. No additional public process is anticipated _---- -~. --.. . ...: r~ r z._. .v,--, ~ y . --. .. . Relat ons _ , ,~~ ~~ ,. ~~,.. ._ . ~a_ . _ . .. This project relates to the City's Transportation Program. ~ _~: ~r .k.....:JY~~>Ar'-a.~.~.. ..~._:~:-~'1G!lYk:~E ~~..":_ .. ~ I~F- ----:~~_=s .. . Capital Funding Plan ~ 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding $0 $0 $50,000 $250,000 $250,000 $0 $550,000 ~ - _ .~-. .-.ntw. ~,sEV.~~~~~ ~ , ' ~ ! s ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Change from Prior Year: ~ Annual On-going Operating Costs $0 ~ Description: No increase, funded by existing operating budget Source of Funding: :~ _ ~ ~,;~~ ~. $ _ .- ~~ `Y'~ ' ~ _: - _:; _ . ~ ~ ' : ' _ ~_ J__, a ~+ ~ _ 00 / _ ~_ _ ~ ~~. ~ Essential % Desirable % 1 °o Discretionary %~~ Total % 100% 1 ~ ~ 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report Department: Funding Source: r, Project Type: PW! Stormwater and Flood Manage Subcommuniry: System-wide Stormwater & Flood Management Utility Fund BvcPr4rea: System-wide New Construction - Not Growth Related This project relates to the city's Greenways Program and Transportation Program_ . ;. _ ~.s . ~.,.~ ~:~ . ~,~ . ~- ~. Y - ~~ ~. .. . ._ r~ _r>_ . ..~_ ~z ~~~_- ~ ~,~~,.,~~~~ ~,.._: ~~_ -~, Capital Funding Plan 2008 2009 2010 2011 2U12 2013 Planned Funding ' $500,000 ~ N~~F .. . $500,000 $500,000 _ , , - ~ ~ $500,000 $500,000 $0 . ~ ~ . .,. $2,500,000 .::::~:~~ _ Change from Prior Year: Annual On-going Operating Costs ~ $0 Description: Source of Funding: Essential % ~ increase, Desirable % by Discretionary Total % 100% Paqe 74 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Pro}ect Status Report 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report Department: Funding Source: Project Type: PW/ Stormwater and Flood Manage subcommunity: Multiple Subcommunities Stormwater & Flood Management Utility Fund svcPArea: System-wide Existing Facility - Enhancements / Upgrades CEAP Required: YeS CEAP Completed: NO This project will provide funds for on-going studies and possible flood mitigation work along South Boulder Creek. This project will identify and mitigate flood hazards in the South Boulder Creek floodplain. The flood mapping study is complete and will be submitted to FEMA. Flood mitigation planning will begin in 2007-2008 with possible flood mitigation work beginning in 2010, possibly in coordination with US36 improvements. ._ ~ ~ ~ . ;, ~ - - ~ unity,Sustatnabillty,I ProJec~~.,,~ z "= :; ~'. _ -- '' --.,.. .~ .~. r:= ---- This project will identify and mitigate flood hazards in the South Boulder Creek floodplain. The flood mapping study is on-going and should be completed in late 2006. Flood mitigation planning will begin in 2007-2008 with possible flood mitigation work beginning in 2010, possibly in coordination with US36 improvements. 1 ~ ' ' ' ~ This project is consistent with the goals of the stormwater and flood management utility as articulated in the ~ Boulder Revised Code and the Comprehensive Flood and Stormwater (CFS) Master Plan adopted in 2004. ~blic Process Status, Issues~+ - ~ Y. - ` _ ~~- ' --- . . . F 11 +~. i - . . . . : ~ cw.~ . . -. ~~ra~ . ~ Evaluation of South Boulder Creek flood issues and associated public process is on-going. ._._..... _._.------ -_.~_.. _ __.-_ - .__,. ...._....__.~a____ _ ...____- . --._._._ '~+Id Planning Department, Boulder County, University of Colorado, Open Space Department ~.~:..+.^t^,...~ ..:..: - ..: ~.r~9. i,~yF:vl~e3~~-=~.;:M'~PNi!',. nx'i::~.4..,:.w~ ..- ..:.'W-.~1 _ ~y~. -~,.:~..~.~ ~'W3s'..~:.°P.'-.v~~,~ Capital Funding Plan 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 PlannedFunding $150,000 $300,000 $3,000,000 ~0 $0 $0 $3,450,000 Change from Prior Year: Mnual On-going Operating Costs $0 Description: Source of Funding: Essential % No increase, funded by existing operating budget Desirable ~ ~ ~ ~ r.. ~ Discretionary %~ Total % 100% r ~ ~ ~ 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report ~, , ~ , - ~ ~~~ - :~ ~ , - ., Pro~~ct~N~~e,~ ~,,.,. ~ ~'~~~ - ° Project Number. Map Number: Storm Sewer Rehabilitation ~ . ~. -.:::~ ~, ~,.,... .,. _. r;. ,~~ • -~.~~, :>K- ~ - - Department: Funding 5ource: ~ ProjectType: PWl Stormwater and Flood Manage subcommunity: Multiple Subc~mmunities Stormwater & Flood Management Utility Fund svcP,4rea: System-wide Existing Facility - Rehab / Repair I Deficiency Correction ~ AP Required: Np CEAP Completed NA C.E s. .^,_ .. „ sx~'{`. t.~' ... ~K ~ ' ~SI '~NW ~rGf : v% i ' Proje. tion; _'` :~~ ~•~~' .,;. ~~ ~~~V.~~ .-.r~~,a '_... ~:r:~w,. ..~ __ .:~~ The project provides funds for the rehabilitation of existing storm sewers. Rehabilitation of the city's existing storm sewer is required to assure the continued conveyance of storm water in a manner that avoids street flooding and damage to property. This project is consistent with the goals of the stormwater and flood management utility as articulated in the Boulder Revised Code and the Comprehensive Flood and Stormwater (CFS) Master Plan and the Stormwater Master Plan No additional public process is anticipated. Division ,;.~....: ~ .-~~ -_,:._ _ . ~ <--- : ~ r.. ~~:,.:- . ~Wz~a~.~ . .. . s ....r.,.... ..::. ~ . ~.e.::.~,-~~m~. . ..._ `.: Capital Funding Plan '`~ 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding ~ $50,000 $50,000 $50,000 ','ti3G• ~.~_:a:~. ~ nti y,ne:. ., _.~viA`,`k"h...,. $50,000 -.Y+~~ 6rr:.+;5-.-- $50,000 ::. u_~ $50,000 $300,000 ?yY~r~:.: ~ . ~.... ' .tR'~'f=..;~.°.. ..+'ro',w".';.~ Change from Prior Year: Project and funded added Annual On-going Operating Costs $0 Description: ~ Source of Funding: ~ ._ _~ _ _ - --- ~ Essential % 100% ~ Desirable %~ Discretionary %~ Total Paqe 76 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report Department: Funding Source: ProjectType: PW/ Stormwater and Flood Manage Subcommunity: SySt@111-Wlde Stormwater & Flood Management Utility Fund evcPa~rea: System-wide Existing Facility - Enhancements / Upgrades CEAP Required: NO CEAP Completed: nJq This project wil! fund stormwater quality projects as identified in the Stormwater Master Plan. This project will improve water quality in Boulder Creek and its tributaries. The project will help ensure the basic health and safety needs of all residents. Rehabilitation of the city's existing storm sewer is required to assure the continued conveyance of storm water in a manner that avoids street flooding and damage to property. Master Plan. nsistent with the goals of the stormwater and flood management utility as articulated in the Code and the Comprehensive Flood and Stormwater (CFS) Master Plan and the Stormwater No additional public process is anticipated. ..,~g.~. _ ._~._.~:4_ ~...... .. A, ~ a- ~` iCCAI t ~i ~ ()nW~tF1~CZ pa~fY10f1tS ~ _ ~ z :u s ~`~ _ . , _.~~ ~ ~ .,~-~.! ... . r~ ~~ . . ~, a, _ None . ,. _.~.: : r ~M,E.,.. _. .<. .,_~.~~.~..,;, . r~~,~,~. Capital Funding Plan 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding $50,000 $50,000 $50,000 $50,000 $50,000 $50,000 $300,000 .. .,....._ ~ .y...~..y.: _-..: ...-:..'r".`_'_ -~.., -, ~ ~: <.,~. a; ~ . . Change from Prior Year: Funding added in 2013 Annual On-going Operating Costs $0 Description: No increase, funded by existing operating budget Source of Funding: ~ ~ r ~ ~ ~ ~ Essential %~ Desirable % 100% piscretionary %[ ~ Total % 100°/, Department: Funding Source: Project Type: PW/ Stormwater and Flood Manage Subcommunity: SySt2f1'1-wld0 Stormwater & Flood Management Utility Fund gvcPa~rea: System-wide Existing Facility - Enhancements / Upgrades CEAP Required: NO CEAP Completed: NA , ~ _ ,': ~ ~ : = a ;~ ~ ~. ~ ; Proje~t Descript!~~ ~.... _. . ~ ~ ,~ ~ ~:~:~ ~ ~ . ~ ,. ~ ~ ... ,~, ~ !, _. , ~ , „~ ... ~.;~' .~,.F ~•: ~ ~ ~~.. "=' .:.: ...~., This project will fund the reconstruction of existing storm sewers, the construction of new storm sewers and water quality improvements as part of on-going Transportation Division improvement projects The project will help ensure the basic health and safety needs of all residents. Rehabilitation of the city's existing storm sewer is required to assure the continued conveyance of storm water in a manner that avoids street flooding and damage to property. This project is consistent with the goais of the stormwater and flood management utility as articulated in the Boulder Revised Code and the Comprehensive Flood and Stormwater (CFS) Master Plan and the Stormwater Master Plan. , .,.~.;-~. -. - .. . . -~r--- ~ ~ ' '.' ~,~a sr$ "'-~m~~~ ~'' : .M:,- - .;.~.` ,.. - ~ ~" . ~. ' o '~ess~5ta4us, lssues ~::s~ ~,,.r~, "~ " °" ~" . : . . .. . . r ~;w~ . . ,4 _.. :~_-,i~"i67:.°1~5~^~~- •_ -~..~' ~ __..r.sra..~i . . K .x :.~ . F. ~ a No additional public process is anticipated. ' rteiat~onsmp ~u~p~n . u ~~rr-erars: ' ~ Coordination with the City's Transportation Division .~,~ ~_~. ,~. ,., . » .; . ~ . ~ ~.~.~ ~.: ~ ~ . ::~~ ~_ . ~_ ~.~ ~ ~ __„ _,.~_~ Capital Funding Plan 2008 2009 2010 2011 2d12 2013 Planned Funding $250,OOQ .;:~e.f,~& $250,000 $250,000 $250,000 $250,000 $250,000 ~, w~: _ _: _ _ :~;: ; _ '..tw'hc~ :•.p~.~~~~ i.,~;~~~~ ~.. ~~ . $1,500,000 . _ _ .- ru~3... Change from Prior Year: Funding added in 2013 Annual On-going Operating Costs I $~ ~ , Description: No increase, funded by existing operating budget ~ Source of Funding: , -~ ; ,~, , _z ~~, ~ = , ~;:. -r. _ a ~ia;~ - s ~ ecuCCes 3~ ~~~--~-^~` ~ ,~: '-~;~:.:;~:_ ~~od ~ ~ ~~, . ...r.,~,- ~,_:?.....~'~i8~~ ~ ~>~r..:i: Essential % ~ Desirable % 100% Discretionary %~ ~ Total % 100% Page 78 2008-2013 Capital lmprovements Program Project Status Report 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report Department: Funding Source: Project Type: 'W/ Stormwater and Flood Manage Subcommunity: System-wide 3tormwater & Flood Management Utility Fund evcParea: System-wide =xisting Facility - Enhancements / Upgrades CEAP Required: NO CEAP Completed: N/~ The Greenway Program will create a comprehensive greenway corridor system along several drainages. These corridors will serve as storm drainage and flood channels, bicycle and pedestrian transportation systems, open space and wildlife corridors, and recreational areas_ This project represents the Utilities Division contribution to the program. The project will help ensure the basic health and safety needs of all residents. Rehabilitation of the city's existing storm sewer is required to assure the continued conveyance of storm water in a manner that avoids street fl~oding and damage to property. This project is consistent with the goals of the stormwater and flood management utility as articulated in the Boulder Revised Code and the Comprehensive Flood and Stormwater (CFS) Master Plan adopted in 2004. No additional public process is anticipated. Change from Prior Year: Annual On-going Operating Costs $0 Description: No increase, funded by exisring operating budget Source of Funding: I I I ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ' ~ Essential %~ Desirable % 100% Discretionary %~ Total % 100% ~ I ^ This project relates to the Greenways Program ' , ~ Department: ~ Funding Source: ~~ Project Type: PW/ Stormwater and Flood Manage s~bcommunity: Central Boulder Stormwater &~lood Management Utility Fund evcP,4rea: Area I L=xis[inc~ F~_ici!ity - Enhancements I Upgrades _. _. _~....._._. _ : _. _ _ _, -._ _ _._.., Capital Funding Plan '_ 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding ~ $0 $0 $100,000 $500,000 $500,000 $500,000 ~.,,, ~ ,~ _~...> e.-~ $1,600,000 .,.-~~. .. . Change from Prior Year: Funding increased and or added in 2010-2013 Annual On-going Operating Costs $~ Description: Source of Funding: Essential % ~ increase, Desirable % 100% Discretionary %~ Total Paqe 80 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report Department: Funding Source: Project Type: PW/ Stormwater and Flood Manage subcommunity: Multiple Subcommunities Stormwater 8~ Flood Management Utility Fund BvCPArea: Areas I& II Existing Facility - Enhancements / Upgrades CEAP Required: YgS CEAP Completed: Np This project will fund flood mitigation improvements along Wonderland Creek. The revised flood mapping studies for Fourmile Canyon Creek and Wonderland Creek are complete. These were accepted by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) in March 2007. Analysis of various flood mitigation alternatives has been completed by Love & Associates under a contract with the Urban Drainage and Flood Control District (UDFCD}. The analysis report provides information about various flood mitigation approaches. Flood mitigation recommendations are provided by Love & Associates and are being reviewed by city staff. The next step is to develop a draft proposed flood mitigation plan. Money is budgeted for flood mitigation work along Wonderland Creek. This money will be used for on-going study, property acquisition and limited construction projects until decisions are reached through the on-going flood mitigation planning process. It is anticipated the results of this planning process will be available in late 2007. The study results will also include recommendations for Fourmile Canyon Creek, which is closely associated with Wondertand . All projects are being closely coordinated with the Cit~s Greenways Program and Transportation Division. The project will help ensure the basic health and safety needs of all residents. Additionally, other goals such as environmental protection and increased mobility will be incorporated into the project. This project was recommended by the Fourmile Canyon Creek Flood Mitigation Study, the Greenways Master Plan and is consistent with the goals of the stormwater and flood management utility as articulated in the Boulder Revised Code and the Comprehensive Flood and Stormwater (CFS} Master Plan adopted in 2004. The CEAP and associated public process will be initiated in 2007. t'o _~h~~ with Other Departmen ~ ;~s ~" '~a . „-- °.. __... ~{:: d This project relates to the Citys Greenways Program and Tranportation Program ,-~ -- Capital Funding Plan 2008 2d09 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding $232,500 $250,000 $250,000 $500,000 ~500,000 $500,000 $2,232,500 ~-- - - .~,-Q ; ~ .: Change from Prior Year: Funding decreased in 2080 and 2010 and added in 2012 and 2013 Annual On-going Operating Costs Description: Source of Funding: Essential %~-~ Desirable % 100°/, Discretionary %~ Total % 10(? `~~ I ~ ~ ~ PW/ Stormwater and Fl~od Manage Subcommunity: System-wide Stormwater & Flood Management Utility Fund svcPa,rea: System-wide Existing Facility - Enhancements / Upgrades ~ CEAP Required: Np CEAP Completed: - ProjectDescription ~_;~~ ~ ~' F~:~ ' This project will provide funds for the acquisition of additional land near the existing City Yards. Improvements to the City Yards are required to sustain transporation and utilities maintnenance services for the City. This project is consistent with the goals of the water utility as articulated in the Boulder Revised Code and the Yards Master Plan. .- , ~ ~ ;, ~i„ ,~~ , ~ ~ p~ ~~:. ~ - '~~Ta. 'e ~ '; ! :' . .. . ~~ ~ ~~' .~g ~- _ ~~ ~ . r_Y_ ~ _ ~;_:~ _ No additional public process is anticipated. Transporation, Water and Wastewater, FAM Capital Funding Plan _ .~ 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding $110,000 $0 ~0 $0 $0 $0 $110,000 - Change from Prior Year: Annual On-going Operating Costs Description: Source of Funding: ~No increase, funded by existing operating budget ~ Essential % 100% Desirable % ~ Discretionary %~ Total % 100% Paae 82 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report ~ ~. .. _ r ~ ~ rr ~ r r r r .... r ° r~. ~ ~ r w. r ~. r ~ r a The Wastewater Utility Fund Overview is included in the Utilities Overview located in the front of the Stormwater & Flood Management section. Paae 83 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Wastewater Utility Fund o2-rut-o~ 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 To[al Recommended Projected Projected Projected Projected Projected Existing Facility • Enhancements / Upgrades Yards Master Plan Implementation (land acquisition) - Was[ewa[er 110,000 0 0 0 0 0 110,000 Total: 110,000 0 0 0 0 0 110,000 Existing Facility - Rehab / Repair / Deficiency Correction Sanitary Sewers Sewer Manholes W WTP Cogeneration V/l41'P Secondary Clarifiers ~ Marshall Landfill W Wf'P Pumps Collecfion System Monitming WWTP Digater Cleaoing WW'CP Primary Clarifiers W WTP Electrical Total: 550,000 550,000 750,000 825,000 900,000 975,000 100,000 ]00,000 ]00,000 100,000 100,000 t00,000 0 75,000 0 0 125,000 0 0 I50,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 100,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 ]00,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 I50,000 0 0 0 0 0 150,000 0 0 0 0 0 300,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 100,000 650,000 875,000 950,000 1,025,000 1,725,000 1,175,000 4,550,000 600,000 200,000 I50,000 100,000 100,000 iso,ooo 150,000 300,000 100,000 6,400,000 New Construction - Growth Related Facility / Additions 75th Street W W1P Solar Roject WWTP BiosoGds Diges[a Total: New Construction - Not Growth Related W W'PP Pumit Mprovements 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 50,000 600,000 G,000,000 0 0 0 6,650,000 50,001 600,000 6,000,000 0 0 0 6,650,001 200,000 1,000,000 10,000,000 0 0 200,000 11,400,000 1 1 1! E ~ ! 1 I 1 !~ i i [ 1 ~^ P~" ~ [ 1 F 1 ! i !^ 1! F f ~~ I i 1# r~ ri r~ ~~ Ri ti E~ t i r~ i~~ i ~~~~ r ~ r~ ~ i ~ s ~ 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Yrogram Wastewater Utility Fund oz-/u~-o~ 2008 2009 Recommended Projected 2010 2011 Projected Projected 2012 Z013 Projected Projected Total Total: 200,000 1,000,000 10,000,000 0 0 200,000 11,400,000 Reconstruction W WTP Biosolids Handling & Dewatering Total: 1,200,000 0 0 0 0 0 1,200,000 1,200,000 0 0 0 0 0 1,200,000 Total for Wastewater Utility Fund 2,210,001 2,475,0(10 16,950,000 1,025,000 1,725,000 1,375,000 25,760,001 ~ ~ 3 Page 85 7/2/2007 Wastewater Utility Fund Existing Facility • Rehab / Repalr / Deficiency Correction SanitarySewers 421002 $550,000 100°/a $0 $0 $550,000 100/ SewerManholes 421454 $100,000 700% $0 $0 $700.000 100% New Construction - Growth Related Facility / Addltions 75th Street W WTP Solar Project $0 $0 $0 $1 0% W WTP Biosolids Digester 421671 $50,000 100% $0 $0 $50,000 100% New ConsVUCtion - Not Growth Related W WTP Permit lmprovements 421617 $200,000 100% $0 $0 $200,000 100% ReconsVuction W WTP Biosolids Handling & Dewatering 421670 $7,200,000 100qo $0 $0 $1,200,000 100 % Total for Wastewater UtilNy Funtl: _ $2,210,000 100% $0 0% $0 0% §2,270,001 700% Desirable I Discretionary r ToWI ProJect 7YpdName ProJect d I Funding I % I Funding ~ % ~ Funding I % r Funtling % Existing Facility - Enhancements / Upgrades Yards Master Plan Implementation (land acquisition) - Wastewater 421039 $710,000 100% $0 $0 $110,000 100% Business Plan Budget Submission Fiscally Constrained Plan 2008 ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ f ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ E ~ r ~ ~ ~ P~ ~ ~ t ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ / ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ # ~ ~ City of Boulder Captial Improvement Projects, 2048 - 2013 PW/Wastewater Utility 21: W1NTP Pumps 22: WWTP Biosolids Digester 23: WWTP Permit Improvements 24: WWTP Digester Cleaning 25: WWTP Cogeneration 28: VWN7P Electrical 29: WWTP Secondary Clarifiers 31: WWTP Biosolids Handling & Dewatering 32: WWTP 75yh Street WWTP Solar Project 34: 1NWTP Primary Clarifiers i ~a~ i O`~~~ ~ // cn Jay Rd ~~ ~ _ ! ~`'`~ ~' I f ti ._.... : `~ ~ S Boulder Legend Year of Project ~ 2oos ~ 2aos-2o~s ~. zooa = 2(1032013 ~ 2008 ~ 20032013 -- ~ ~ ~~ ~.; ~r~ ~~ ~ ~~ ~1;~ 30: Marshall Landfill Pann R7 Department: Funding SourCe: Project Type: PW/ Wastewater Utility Subcommunity: System-wide Wastewater Utility Fund evcParea: System-wide Existing Facility - Rehab / Repair / Deficiency Correction CEAP Required: f~lp CEAP Completed: NA Pro)ec'~~~~ ~c ~-" 1:., ~'~ ; _ ~,:-' ' _~ _ ,:l~~~i ~ . '~ This project provides funds for monitoring of the City's wastewater collection system. This will be accomplished by using temporary flow measuring devices placed in selected manholes. Rehabilitation and improvement of the citys wastewater treatment system is required to assure that: basic infrastructure and capital assets are maintained, adopted service standards are continued to be met; and wastewater is adequately treated prior to discharge to Boulder Creek to maintain water quality standards. This project is consistent with the goals of the wastewater utility as articulated in the Boulder Revise Code and the Wastewater Collection System Master Plan. f Cocess?Status, Issues:~- -,: . _~ ~ *~~ ~ ~. _ ~ _ , h ''~-~, ~``~ ~. _~ ,~ No additional public process is anticipated. None ... -.. `:m4- ~:'4F'i~..: ~..?w... ".~~ a~.:i~~rt..,1... -~:-~K~ S:s:~ . ;v .-::.. Capital Funding Plan ,. 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding ~0 $0 $0 $0 ~150,000 $0 $150,000 .. _r,--~:....:ru~ ..~^..rs..~-.:-._-. --_. >.~r.. ....-. ~aw~. . _ z.y,__.. ~..~..... Change from Prior Year: Funding added in 2012 Annual On-going Operating Costs Description: Source of Funding: 1111 V ~ ^ ~ Essential % 100% .Desirable %~ Discretionary %~ Total % 100%~ ' 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report Department: Funding Source: ~ Project Type: PW/ Wastewater Utility Subcommunity: Af@a III Wastewater Utility Fund BvCPArea: Area III Existing Facility - Rehab / Repair / Deficiency Correction ~ CEAP Required: ~Jp CEAP Completed NA j > jt:' ..;y. ~ - r F _ ~ x.. '^'A. ProjecE Descri tio~c - w ~ - F - - . P "~a'~~ _x~.,sb:~*-~ ._--E:.~ .,~~''._ ;:;~t~' _ ..~ .~. : . . ~ This project will fund the decommissioning of the Marshall Landfill Treatment Facility. The facility was originally ~I constructed to eliminate groundwater contamination at the original landfill site. The money will be used for landfill cap maintenance and repair and demolition of the groundwater treatment facility. Based ~n EPA approval, the groundwater collection system was shut down on Nov. 30, 2004. The treatment plant and collection system equipment will need to be preserved. 1n addition, there are approximately 180 sampling and monitoring wells located on the site, many of which are no longer used or necessary. Part of the shutdown process will entai! sealing the unnecessary wells in place. Rehabilitation and improvement of the city's wastewater treatment system is required to assure that: basic infrastructure and capital assets are maintained, adopted service standards are continued to be met; and wastewater is adequately treated prior t~ discharge to Boulder Creek to maintain water quality standards. This project is also necessary in order to comply with a consent decree with the United States Environmental Protection Agency. : w ~, . ~.. - Relat9onship to Master ~~ ;: ::s ~ ~ .' ~' ~ , ~ ~ ~y;.r~ LL ~~ • _ _ , _,.-.~ _ None ~ tds; Issues . . z~~ ~ ~ ~ . ~ a ~° .~` ~ ~ i P '~ ~ ~ , ~~. . .. '~, . _ ~ . ~ '~ ~~ ~ ,,. No additional public process is anticipated. ~ -,. ~ = ~ ~ , _ . , . ~ ~- ` ~ ~ s ~~ ~ th:Other De .~ e ~~: ~ a ~~ ~,~ , ~ ~ ~g ~ ~ ~r~5 . _~:,. . '~ ...,.. - ,m~:'= _. .. >':,. . . -. ~~' ~. ~ None _ :r. _ ., _ . -~, .~,~.~- _ _.. r-.. _- ~, =-,s _ . .m ~.~~ ~ :~-..- x; '` Capital Funding Plan 's,: 2U08 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding ;~:;~ $0 $0 $100,OQ0 $0 $0 $0 $100,000 ;~ ^r .~. ~-~~ ..._._. .~ ~~~~~~ ;~=~. , ;. ~., . ~ _- -~ , ~._.. ~ . ,. ..,. w.. . _. .. : . _ . .~ .. Change from Prior Year: Annual On-going Operating Costs $0 , Description: Source of Funding: No increase, funded by existing operating budget 1 ~.._....__._.~ _....... ..... _.._... Essential % 100% Desirable % ~ Discretionary %~ Total % 100% Page 89 ^ ~ 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report Department: Funding Source: Project Type: PW/ Wastewater Utility Subcommunity: System-wide ~Nastewater Utility Fund evcPa,rea: System-wide Existing Facility - Rehab / Repair / Deficiency Correction CEAP Required: No CEAP Completed: NA This project provides for the rE wastewater collection system. improvement to the existing collector sewer piping of the City's Rehabilitation and improvement of the city's wastewater treatment system is required to assure that: basi~ infrastructure and capital assets are maintained, adopted service standards are continued to be met; and wastewater is adequately treated prior to discharge to Boulder Creek to maintain water quality standards. This project is consistent with the goals of the wastewater utility as articulated in the Boulder Revised Code and the Wastewater Collection System Master Plan. _ ~, ., s: ~. : -_.. - _~. • . _.. .. . : _ _ ~., . Capital Funding Plan 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding ~550,000 $550,000 ~750,000 $825,000 , ,. , ~.r.~...,, :E~ ~ ...._ - ~,:~. ~900,000 $975,000 $4,550,000 ~:,, . ~ . Change from Prior Year: Funding increased in 2011 and 2012 and added in 2013 Annual On-going Operating Costs $0 Description: No increase, funded by existing operating budget Source of Funding: Essential % ~ 100% ~ Desirable %~ ~ Discretionary Total 1 ' ' , ' 1 ' ' ' ~ Page 90 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report PW/ Wastewater Utility Subcommunity: SySt2m-wide Wastewater Utility Fund BvcParea: System-wide Existing Facility - Rehab / Repair / Deficiency Correction ~ ~ ~ None _, .~ ... - .,.~ - ..~~ u ~ ., ,. , : - -. :,~~~ ~ , . - k ,_ :~~,~~~- . _ ~ ._ . . ~s., ~ , Capital Funding Plan 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding :,i ~ $100,000 $100,000 $100,000 $100,000 $100,000 $100 000 . . ~ $600,000 ~ ~ ,~,_ . ~ __._ _. ~_ _ ,~, _ ; . . ~-~~ ~- ~.~ _. _. . ~t. . , ~_~.._ Change from Prior Year: Funding added in 2013 Annual On-going Operating Costs Description: Source of Funding: ~ Essential % Desirable %~ ~ Discretionary Page 91 Total % 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report Department: Funding Source: Project Type: PW/ Wastewater Utility subcommuniry: System-wide Wastewater Utility Fund s~cP<-rea: Area III New Construction - Growth Rf~l,~t~::; F~~ci!it~.- ~~ A~';ii'~u~~; CEAP Required: YgS CEAP Completed: NO Project Descnption`~~...,.~ `_, r il, - -~ _ ;; ~' . - - ..-Y"_ - . -.. ~ .~".. .a This project funds the construction of a third biosolids digester at the 75th St. WWTP. In 2003, the cit~s 75th St. Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) was issued a new discharge permit by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) requiring impr~ved ammonia removal. Although improved ammonia removal is driving the need for these improvements, state regulations also require that the improvements include capacity expansion to handle the anticipated 2025 flows, waste loading and increased biosolids production. As a result, biosolids digester facilities will need to be expanded and improved. The digester facilities would be located at the W WTP. Co ~ ~i 'ty7 ProjectJustificat o -:' ~ ~a•. _ . ,__~ ~-_ y-, g~ i• - -_ ~ - --- ~.~ • , Rehabilitation and improvement of the city's wastewater treatment system is required to assure that: basic infrastructure and capital assets are maintained, adopted service standards are continued to be met; and wastewater is adequately treated prior to discharge to Boulder Creek to maintain water quality standards i ~ This project is consistent with the goals of the wastewater utiliry as articulated in the Boulder Revised Code ~ 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding $50,000 $600,000 $6,000,000 ~0 $0 ~0 ~6,65Q,000 Change from Prior Year: $50,000 funding added in 2008, funding reduced in 2009 and 2010 Annual On-going Operating Costs Description: Source of Funding: ~O&M costs are anticipated to begin in 2011 ~ Essential % 100°!~, Desirable %~ Discretionary %~ Total % 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report Department: Funding Source: ~ Project Type: PW/ Wastewater Utility Subcommunity: Area III Wastewater Uti{ity Fund svCPArea: Area Il1 Reconstruction CEAP Required: (~Jp CEAP Completed: NO _ , ~ tfi ~~r - ; ' '" ~P ' . ~ ' i i ~;~ . . .;,~,., ~ w t ProjeCt Descr~}it'- ~ ' ~? ~ R. .~ ° , e ~ ..~~ , ~. ~ ~ ; . , ~~~~ ~..s`~3~~i~_+. ~~-~-~, ~_ ~...~~.~~~°:y~il~~ 5s~ ~a~ ~ ._ ~'_ ' ~ ~ . --~~ This project funds the construction of centrate storage and return piping at the 75th St. WWTP. Staff recently ~ completed a study of the centrifuge return water (centrate) after the existing centrate return piping ruptured. The study recommends that the existing piping be abandoned and the centrate stored and redirected to the head of the plant. Rehabilitation and improvement of the city's wastewater treatment system is required to assure that: basic infrastructure and capital assets are maintained, adopted service standards are continued to be met; and wastewater is adequately treated prior to discharge to Boulder Creek to maintain water quality standards. This project is consistent with the goals of the wastewater utility as articulated in the Boulder Revise Code and the Wastewater Treatment Master Plan. '~ ~s .5b~ ~ym~.... ~ . v.~~ ~ ~~;,,_ ... ~ _ .. . . I ~ ~, ~ r ~ 6^x.,v ~~: Ij~ t'i `~`~ ,,;,z. . C~ rocess Status, Is5`u' ~;- ~' ~~`.., ~~a..~a~-s~~ .s-~.~ 'F n . . . _ . ~,, ~ "` ",~, ; --_.._ .~__...~ , r .. ._...~_ ~,_..~_+.» , No additional public process is anticipated None ,,~~ .. . ,:.~, _~ . ~ ~~. w _ _ u~~ . - . _._ ~ ~:~. .~,~ _,~,: _ _ __. ~ _ . _ ~. ~ .._ . . , . - . Capital Funding Plan 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding K=: _r Y $1,200,000 $0 _.:: ~ :...-: .x,:_,< $0 $0 $0 $0 .~.~ ~: .. .~~. $1,200,000 ,~.~,~. - Change from Prior Year: Funding added in 2008 Annual On-going Operating Costs Description: Source of Funding: Essential % 100% Desirable %~ Discretionary %~ Total % 100''-~, Paqe 93 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report Department: Funding Source: Project Type: PWl Wastewater Utility Subcommunity: SySt@tl1-Wlde Wastewater Utility Fund BvcP,4rea: Area III ~Existing Facility - Rehab / Repair / Deficiency Correction CEAP Required: rJp CEAP Completed: NA This project will fund rehabilitation of the cogeneration (generation of electricty and heat from methane gas produced by the anaerobic digesters) facilities at the 75th Street WWTP. Rehabilitation and improvement of the city's wastewater treatment system is required to assure that: basic infrastructure and capital assets are maintained, adopted service standards are continued to be met; and wastewater is adequately treated prior to discharge to Boulder Creek to maintain water quality standards. This project is consistent with the goals of the wastewater utility as articulated in the Boulder Revised Code and the Wastewater Treatment Facilities Master Plan. r~~ ,~ ~ ~ : ~ Public Pco' 8S ~ : ~. .~^~ °~ ..",..,. . - a~.. ~.~~~ ~ '` ~ra . f:hs~r .~ . ~ ~K~ . 4 ..: ~,:' ~ . ~.. n r .. _._-. _ ~. _ . ~ . _ No additional public process is anticipated. None _ _ "~E-~ - _ 'x6"~_', Capital Funding Plan 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding $0 $75,000 $0 ,~:. .:~p.i` $0 $125,000 Y $0 $200,000 - ~ ~ Change from Prior Year: Funding deleted in 2008 and added in 2009 and 2012 ~ Annual On-gving Operating Costs $0 Description: No increase, funded by existing operating budget Source of Funding: .,,r ==~,~ _ - _, .-_ ~ ~ : • -~ -Y- , - -: . ~ness Plan Prioritization~csf es, '~ `, F ~ _ . ~;~ ' ' ,~ . - -_ y-~:~.. ---- ` _~ -- _ .. ___.~~ . ~ ~~ Essential % 100°/a Desirable %~ Discretionary %~ Total % i00°/a , 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report Department: Funding Source: Project Type: ,PW/ Wastewater Utility Subcommunity: Area Ill IWastewater Utility Fund avcP,nrea: Area III ',Exist;nc~ ~=acility - Rel~~~1,, ! Repair 1 Deficiency Correction L- - ~ CEAP Required ~Jp CEAP Completed: NA ~-~ ~ ~ ~ x~ ~. ,-; ~ -~~ ,~ r~-. ~ ~~r~tion. ~.~. ~ M ~ , -~~°~~ ~~~- ~; ~. ., ~ '~F ___ , f ~' . .. ~ .~> This project provides for cleaning the biosolids digesters at the 75th Street WWTP. Rehabilitation and improvement of the city's wastewater treatment system is required to assure that: basic infrastructure and capital assets are maintained, adopted service standards are continued to be met; and wastewater is adequately treated prior to discharge to Boulder Creek to maintain water quality standards. This project is consistent with the goals of the wastewater utility as articulated in the Boulder Revised Code and the Wastewater Treatment Facilities Master Plan. Pub1~c pro~~:..-~. ~~~ ~~~~" .<~'";~` ~ ~~ ; .. ~~~ -,~: No additional public process is anticipated. ,~~;~~ ~ ~.~.~ ~ ~ , »~ ~,_ _~= ~m. .~ ,y~ y~(~. .~ ,~ . y. . ~ g~ ~ ~ ~Y~~8U17 :~.~$~p 4'~l.^'~^ . _ _ . , . . .~ ~3~~4 ~:~' Annual On-going Operating Costs Description: Source of Funding: ~ Essential % ~ ~ ~ Desirable%~ Discretionary%~~~ Total°io~ ~~~~~~`%~ ~ Page 95 Change from Prior Year: 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report Department: Funding Source: Project Type: PW/ Wastewater Utility subcommunity: System-wide Wastewater Utility Fund evcP,area: System-wide F~~:i~tinc~ Facility - f~F1~~~~`.~~ ! R.~G~air l D~,`i,:i~.-r~~;;~ Correction CEAP Required: Np CEAP Completed: NA rip`tion ~'': , , ~ ~: .. .z . ~~-: ~' r. '~ ~, ~ This project will fund the rehabilitation of the existing electrical systems at the 75th Street WWTP. Rehabilitation and improvement of the city's wastewater treatment system is required to assure that: basic infrastructure and capital assets are maintained, adopted service standards are continued to be met; and wastewater is adequately treated prior to discharge to Boulder Creek to maintain water quality standards. This project is consistent with the goals of the wastewater utility as articulated in the Boulder Revise Code and the Wastewater Treatment Facilities Master Plan. No additional public process is anticipated. None .,~sa:~'.ana'-. c -.-.,. _-' _ ,'.V+=_i/f~'w:=_.:.-.. , .,. .:,~-,m-~... .,_'a~.,.ra :....h_;~-- _~~:aK.c-• - Capital Funding Plan 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $100,000 $100,000 Change from Prior Year: Funding added in 2013 Annual On-going Operating Costs Description: Source of Funding: Essential % ~ 100% ~ Desirabte °/a ~ ~ Discretionary %~ ~ Total ~ ~ ~ ~ ' ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report Department: Funding Source: Project Type: PW/ Wastewater Utility Subcommunity: Area III Wastewater Utility Fund BVCPArea: Area III New Construction - Not Growth Related ' ~ quired: YgS CEAP Com leted: -~p CEAP Re p - ~ :- ~ ~es • f o ` I ~ - -.:. . . ~_x ' ~~.~, _ . ~ It is anticipated the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment will issue a new discharge permit for ~~ the 75th Street WWTP. This project will provide funds for the design and construction of new treatment facilities that may be required. Rehabilitation and improvement of the city's wastewater treatment system is required to assure that: basic infrastructure and capital assets are maintained, adopted service standards are continued to be met; and wastewater is adequately treated prior to discharge to Boulder Creek to maintain water quality standards. This project is consistent with the goals of the wastewater utility as articulated in the Boulder Revised Code and the Wastewater Treatment Facilities Master Plan. This pr~cess will begin in 2008 ,~. .~ . , .. w, _ ., ; -- t~i' Other Departments ~ ~ r~ r; , , ~. .-, , ,~r~~ r ; ~,~ ,~"~ „ ' ~ ~ , ia ~ _ ~r ,~r rou k~?x ~3~~. G ~ ~-s~,a sa. - .,. . .. ._ - ~~~~:+~~i i1~4.._ None ~ _.. .-....:a:_mti.. ._. },. . ...._.~._ :.;~:,.,....- .• .-o~xe..__~c....~.~~;~: :.:~:~a- re:v.,~.~. Capital Funding Plan 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 PlannedFunding $200,000 $1,000,000 $10,000,000 $0 $0 $200,000 $11,400,000 _~:~ ~~. :~.~:_ Change from Prior Year: $200,000 added in 2013 Annual On-going Operating Costs ~ $210,000 Description: Source of Funding: ~ ~n'~~i~iofitization of :' u' x---- Essential % 100% I ~ I ~ are Desirable °/a ~ ~ Discretionary Total % 100% 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report Department: Funding 5ource: Project Type: PW/ Wastewater Utility Subcommunity: Area III Wastewater Utility Fund evcPe~rea: Area III Existing Facility - Reha!_~ / Repair l Deficier;;y C~~~rr~~~~_;!i~n CEAP Required: -~Jp CEAP Completed: NA - ---~ ,~.. .~ _.. _ .~ct Descript~°~ :~~~_.. r:a~.~''' . _ .:"'~ . . . -~:. _ -: ~~ik. ~.~.~~-e.. Y ~' 1' " This project provides for rehabilitation of the primary clarifiers at the 75th Street WWTP. Rehabilitation and improvement of the city's wastewater treatment system is required to assure that: basic infrastructure and capital assets are maintained, adopted service standards are continued to be met; and wastewater is adequately treated prior to discharge to Boulder Creek to maintain water quality standards. This project is consistent with the goals of the wastewater utility as articulated in the Boulder Revised Code and the Wastewater Treatment Facilities Master Plan. No additional public process is anticipated. Capital Funding Plan 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding $0 ~0 .~',0 ~0 ~300.000 $0 ~300.000 Change from Prior Year: Annual On-going Operating Costs $0 Description: No increase, funded by existing operating budget Source of Funding: Essential % 100% Desirable % ~ Discretionary %~ Total % ~? ~~~`~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ , i~ Department: Funding Source: Project Type: PW/ Wastewater Utility Subcommunity: At"ea lll Wastewater Utility Fund BvcParea: Area IIl Existing Facility - Rehab / Repair / Deficiency Correction CEAP Required: -~Jp CEAP Compieted: NA ' Qes- i an . ..~ ~ .. .. • i ; ":~ ~~~~~ ~ t. ~~ ~ ~~.. ,~.~~'_. ~ . ~- r ° ~`° , , ; " ~~-', ... ~~ ~~.. ... ,. =.~ ~ .. ~ ~_~~ ~ This project will fund the rehabilitation of existing pumps at the 75th Street WWTP. Rehabilitation and improvement of the city's wastewater treatment system is required to assure that: basic infrastructure and capital assets are maintained, adopted service standards are continued to be met; and wastewater is adequately treated prior to discharge to Boulder Creek to maintain water quality standards. ~nsistent with the g~als of the wastewater utility as articulated in the Boulder Revised Code and Treatment Facilities Master Plan. ~ _._.. ._ r _ . ..~;.~ _~,: ~: .:~:::~~M . ~_- .:. ~:y «, .y - _ _ __. . ~, Capital Funding Plan 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding ~ $0 $0 $0 _~u ~~s~. u.:~_:.~~._ ,, , $100,000 $0 .a~:~ ~,.. $0 $100,000 .. ;~.~~.-; Change from Prior Year: Annual On-going Operating Costs Description: Source of Funding: Essential % 100% ~ ~ .w v Desirab{e %~ ~ Discretionary Paqe 99 Total % 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report . , s~ 3 ' ~ ; . .~~:. . i~ . ._ ~ ~ _,~~: -~ ':.k~.., ,~.~ ._ ~ ~.. . ~ , ~ . Public Proce~~~ ~ ~ ~ s• ~ ~ "~~~~-~~ ~ -~~: ..re aaA _ ~' .. .~- »r .... ._ ~~ ... .,~. ~ .-~ .1.m ~ ~;.~.,-^,.'~~_ri ~s..~.,.. ~-.~T-r_ ,.~'S:e~~. No additional public process is anticipated. .,t :~ a~ :`~'~rlDepartments ,~' i . n~r _.___. ~..G,..L~''~ ~._... __~ 'Y~!~I~ $. ~ ;.. None 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report ~ I Department: Funding Source: Project Type: PW/ Wastewater Utility Subcommuniry: Area III Wastewater Utility Fund svcPau~ea: Area III Existing Facility - Rehab / Repair I Deficiency Correction ~ CEAP Required: No CEAP Completed: NA ,~P oject_Description . - . __ _ ~ ~ ' . '.~ This project provides for rehabilitation of the secondary clarifiers.at the 75th Street WWTP. Rehabilitation and improvement of the city's wastewater treatment system is required to assure that: basic infrastructure and capital assets are maintained, adopted service standards are continued to be met; and wastewater is adequately treated prior to discharge to Boulder Creek to maintain water qua{ity standards. This project is consistent with the goals of the wastewater utility as articulated in the Boulder Revised Code and the Wastewater Treatment Facilities Master Plan. Public Proces ~ ` ~_. ~ ~'' ~.._..__ ~- -=4 ----- ._ ~_ .. .:~ - No additional public process is anticipated. . ~ -_ , y .: ~ ~ ~,ith Of,her Departments:,~~ ` - R ~ ~ .. .} ~. ~ ' ~ -~~ " ~~ _ ,_~ Y~ ~ ~ -..~ .~ ~. s`~4'~` .,;~.. `~ None -.: ., , ~, R. 4~~.~ .. .. ~ ~-;~..,_ ; .; ~,., -:: ~ ~<. _ _ .. , . ....: Capital Funding Plan .4 20U8 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding $0 ~ x.. ~150,000 $0 $0 $0 a~ .~m~.~.~>,; $0 __-~__.~:~ $150,000 -~>r. Change from Prior Year: Annual On-going Operating Costs $0 Description: Source of Funding: ~ ~ ~ ~ Essential °/a 100% Desirable %~ Discretionary %~ Total % 10U% ~ ~" i.i 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report Department: Funding Source: ~ Project Type: PW/ Wastewater Utility Subcommunity: Area III Wastewater Utility Fund BvCPArea: Area 111 ' New Construction - Growth Related Faciliry / Additions ~ CEAP Required: Y2S CEAP Completed ., . ~ , ~ ' - ~, ~ ~ .. . - .. . ~. ~, ... : - :, " . ,,a~ ~~' . ~ x ~ .:.~ 40eM. ~ .2rss'~~=: ~-,5'r~~..~,.. . „ ~~~i'"~r wz4-`. ~K..irlFrale... .~ ..r.at` ~~.~.~.".. ~.. .. ~.s .. .. ~~.,:u,a,,., " ..: a ..~ r"~ ~. The city has hired a solar contractor, Eyeon Solar, to manage the installation of a 1 megawatt solar photovoltaic ~ system to be located at the 75th street wastewater treatment plant. The project will be third party financed by Eyeon and will not require a capital investment from the city. The project will provide approximately 1/4 of the facility' power requirements, and wifl result in a pawer purchase and lease agreement between the city and Eyeon. The installation will require excavation equipment, but is not anticipated to cause permanent damage to the site. The installation will be preceded by a site analysis and preliminary design work, as well as all necessary ~- city and county permitting requirements. ~ ~=u:., .:,w~:~ ~.w~.~_~. __~. - -- . 4.~. :- . _,~-. :~~~ r.~~ _.~.= The project will further Council's goals to increase the city's use of renewable energy Project is being coordinated by Environmental Affairs with Wastewater Utility stafF and FAM. F 1 ....,~».. ~ . w~~ ~.r.+r:-._.. . . .--. : , ~ _.4r.~~-: - .+~:.~rx,~'~~<s~~,. ~ . . :~:a , ~ ... ~:e~-:: ~.v - ~ ~~ ~ - ~ F ~ . : -. e: -. , ~«r. x-: . . j, Capital Funding Plan ~ 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 PlannedFunding ~ ~' $1 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $1 , .~._ , ..-.~,~_.. ,.::. ;~. ~.. .~ -,, ,k,.:~ . „._,,;. Change from Prior Year: e Annual On-going Operating Costs Description: ~ Source of Funding: ~ Essential °/a ~ Desirable % ~ Discretionary %~~ Totaf % 0°4~ ~ _~ Pana 1 f11 Department: Funding Source: ProjectType: PW/ Wastewater Utility subcommuniry: EaSt Boulder Wastewater Utility Fund svcPArea: Area I Existing Facility - Enhancements 1 Upgrades CEAP Required: NO CEAP Compieted: PI'O~@Cf~@~~-~~~~`~ . ~« 'a .~ . ~. , . y''; _. ., ~r• ~'° ti` k*: ~ - ~_ ' This project will provide funds for the acquisition of additional land near the existing City Yards. Rehabilitation and improvement of the city's wastewater treatment system is required to assure that: basic infrastructure and capital assets are maintained, adopted service standards are continued to be met; and wastewater is adequately treated prior to discharge to Boulder Creek to maintain wate~ quality standards. Improvements to the City Yards are required to sustain transporation and utilities maintnenance services for the city. 7his project is consistent with the goals of the water utility as articulated in the Boulder Revised Code and the Yards Master Plan. ~ ~ No additional public process is anticipated. Transportation, Water and Stormwater, FAM .xarr.:~-.~..._ .;•_.-,w~ :-..-e~:_•3ws~v-~t~••_:nr.~s- -,.1, aQ.f_r.:__., ,.-.:.,...k.-... ..,_ ~KII Capital Funding Plan 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding ~r,: $110,000 $0 $0 ~0 $0 $0 $110,000 _. :~ ~.-~< ,.-r-.=~~.._,. .,..~,, vP: _..- . .,..., , .~ , ,-:- .. Change from Prior Year: Annual On-going Operating Costs Description: Source of Funding: ~No increase, funded by existing operating budget ~ Essential % 100% Desirable % ~ Discretionary %~ Total °/v 100% 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report ,. ~ ~ ~ The Water Utility Fund Overview is included in the Utilities Overview ]ocated in the ~ front of the Stormwater & Flood Management section. ~ w .. r •.i r ^ r •.+ r s r r r ~., a. ~ r ~ w ~ r ~ r ~ ~ i ~ A r r age 103 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Water Utility Fund oz-/ul-o~ 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Total Recommended Projected Projected Projected Projected Projected Existing Facility - Enhancements / Upgrades Yards Master Plan Implemenrauon (land acquisirion) - Warer 225,000 0 0 0 0 0 225,000 Sunsltine Trsnsmission Pipe 0 200,000 B00,000 0 0 0 1,000,000 Pearl Street Hydro/PRV Station 0 0 200,000 0 0 0 200,000 Instream Flow Swctures and Gaging 0 0 0 50,000 0 0 50,000 Zone 1 Transmission FaciGfies 0 0 0 0 0 500,000 500,000 Total: 225,000 200,000 1,000,000 50,000 0 500,000 1,975,000 Existing Facility - Rehab / Repair / Deticiency Correction Barker Gravity Pipeline Barker ReGcensing Betasso WTP Cathalic Protection Chautauqua Storage Tank Distribution System Water Quality Lakewood Pipeline Warer System Securiry Upgades Wacer4ne Replacemen[ Zone 2 Transmission Facilities Betasso to Orodell Tranmissiou Pipe Source Water Transmission System Inspecvous Zone 3 7Yansmission PaciGties Barktt Hydro System Integrauon Befasso Stomge Tank Boulder Canyon Traasmission Rpe - Orodell ro Fourmile Green Lake 2 Dam 750,000 1,000,000 1,000,000 1,000,000 1,000,000 1,000,000 5,750,000 1,800,000 1,000,000 0 0 0 0 2,800,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 500,000 5,000,000 0 5,800,000 100.000 ]00,000 0 0 0 0 200,000 500,000 0 0 0 0 0 500,000 150,000 150,000 150,000 150,000 I50,000 150,000 900,000 ]00,000 2,100,000 0 0 3,000,000 0 5,200,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 ]00,000 100,000 600,000 3,000,000 3,000,000 3.000,000 3,500,000 3,500,000 3,500,000 19.500,000 500,000 0 0 0 0 0 500,000 0 50,000 200,000 0 0 0 250,000 0 80,000 0 0 80,000 0 l60,000 0 500,000 0 0 0 0 500,000 0 0 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 200,000 0 0 250,000 0 0 0 250,000 0 0 50,000 500,000 0 0 550,000 0 0 ]00,000 1,000,000 0 0 1,100,000 ~ ~ ~ s ~ ~ ~ ~ t ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ e ~ t ~ P~t~ "~' E ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ t r R • ~ ~ ~ s r w 4 ~ r l t i t l I 1 f 1 t i t 1 1 f t t t i f r J i t r t! f 1 1 1 i t 1 1 t ] 2110$-2~13 Capital Improvements Program Water Utility Fund oz-/ut•o~ 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Total Recommended Projected Projected Projected Projected Projected Lakewood Reservoir Dam 0 0 0 250,000 0 0 250,000 AlbionDam 0 0 0 0 150,000 0 150,000 BoulderReservoir Storage Tank 0 0 0 0 0 I00,000 100,000 Total: 7,100,000 8,180,000 5,000,000 7,050,000 13,030,000 4,900,000 45,260,000 New Constructlon - Growth Related Facility / Addiuons Boulder Reswvoir WTP Chercyvale Pump Station Iris Pump Station Boulder Reservoir Intake and Pumping Improvemeurs Tatal: New Construction - Not Growth Related NCWCD Conveyance - Carter Lake Pipeline Total: 300,000 3,000,000 0 0 0 0 3,300,000 50,000 500,000 0 0 0 0 550,000 100,000 I,000,000 0 0 0 0 1,100,000 0 100,000 ~ 0 0 0 0 ]00,000 450,000 4,600,000 0 0 0 0 5,050,000 1,000,000 25,000,000 0 0 0 0 26,000,000 1,000,000 25,000,000 0 0 0 0 26,000,000 Total for Water Utility Fund 8,775,000 37,950,000 6,000,000 7,100,000 13,030,000 5,400,000 75,285,000 Page 705 ~/zi2oo~ Business Plan Budget Submission Fiscally Constrained Plan zooa ~---- I Wate~ Utlllty Fund Essential Desireble Diseretionary Total Pro/ect TypelName Pro%ect # Funding % Funding % Funding % Fundinq % Exlating FacIIiTy - Enhancements / Upgrades Yards Master Plan Implementation (land acquisition) - Water 417039 $225,000 100°k $0 $0 $225,000 100 % Exlsting Facility - Rehab / Repalr / Deflciency Correction Barker GraviTy Pipeline 411106 $750,000 100% $0 $0 $750,000 100Ya BarkerRelicensing 471112 $1,800,000 100% $0 $0 $1,800,000 100% BetasSOWTP 411947 $100,000 100% $0 $0 $100,000 700% CathodicProtection $100,000 100% $0 $0 $700,000 100% Chautauqua Storage Tank 411672 $500,000 100% $0 $0 $500,000 100 % DishibutionSystemWater~uality 411425 $150,000 100% $0 $0 $150,000 100% LakewoodPipeline 411780 $100,000 100% $0 $0 $100,000 100% WaterSystemSecurityUpgrades 411440 $100,000 100% $0 $0 $100,000 100% Waterline Repiacement 471389 $3,000,000 100% $0 $0 $3,000,000 100% Zone2Transm(ssionFacilities 411004 $500,000 100% $0 $0 $500,000 700% New Construction • Growth Related Facillty / Addiqons Boulder Reservoir WTP 411652 $300,000 100% $0 $0 $300,000 100% Cherryvale Pump Station 411010 $50,000 100 % $0 $0 $50,000 100% Iris Pump Statlon 411012 $100,000 100%a $0 $0 $100,000 100 % New Constructlon - Not Growth Related NCWCDConveyance-CarterLakePipeline 411547 $0 $7,000,000 100% $0 $1,000,000 100% TotalforWaterUtilityFUnd: $7,775,000 89% 57,000,000 17% $0 0% $8,775,000 100% I! ! y ! 1 t- t 1 1 l t ~ !~ t^ P~~ ~~ [! 1 f i i ! 1 1 1 t! t~ t# !~ City of Boulder Captial Improvement Projects, 2008 - 2013 PW/VVater Utility ~ _~ `~ ~ ; .~....~._ a ~ ~ ' ; ~ ~ ~ ~ ; ~ ; . ; s ; _ _ _; .~ r : 1 ~ ~ ~ ; i ~ ` ~ ~ ~ i~ I ~ i / - - ~ I ' ~ 51: Boulder Reservoir Intake and Pumping Improvements ~ ~ ` - 3~ ~ '' „~ ~ . 43: Boulder Reservoir WTP y ~ aou~der ~ , ,~ f~ 45: NCWCD Conveyance - Carter Lake Pipeline Reservoir ~~, ~. 50: Boulder Reservoir Storage Tank ~ w 7:3" __ __ .~.rr _, r ; . ~~ ~;: , ~ ~ ,~~~ ,! ~ __„ ~ c ° l ..., ;.__~ ; ~ m°~ ~ , _ ~ O ~ ~ , ~~.,~ ~ ~ ~, ~ ~ ~~ ~ I1 ~, ~ f ~ Jay Rd . !~1~„~ . ~ .:.4 ~ ~~ ~ ~ S .:::~y .__...._ ;.~: S . ~~ ~ ' t` ~ ~ - +~ I `.~,~ ~~ ~ ~ ~T __.~ . ., .. ? ~f15 ~ I ~ fi ~_"_;' ~ t~ i I ' ` ~ ,•-~_ r-.._.rj pp ` ~ a w o ' i. ~ I 1 E, ! 41:Iris : _~ ~ Q ~ f ~~ _..~ ~' ~ t ....,_ ~ ~ Pump Station ~ ~ 42: Betasso , t ~.,, ~ T ~ ~ ~~ ~ f ~ ~ ' Storage Tank ~~ ' +`~ , -~ ~ t , ~ _:= , { ~ ._- ,._.., .1 ; , ; , , , ; , . ~ ~ 47: Pearl Street Hydro ~ 48: Cherryvale ~ " Arapahoe Rd. "`"" ~""" ~~-J^ PRV Station Improvements ~ Pump Station y ~ i ~ ; ~ -~--` _...__~.-.- , °o ~ ~ ~~ ~ t ~ ~ 49: Betasso WTP ~ ~ ~ ` -~ '~ Rehabilitation/Improvements •-- - -L--• ' --: _.~ -~~~-~ : Y ~ : ~~ ', j , .~ ~ . 1 ~ ~ ~ ~ . ~ ~ ~ • ~ I _ ,~ . ~n`~ . 1 . . 46: Chautauqua Storage ` ;~;~ S Boulder R _______----- Tank Rehabilitation , ; ,.....~. ~- C!S ~ __. - ~ \~~ ~ `~ ~b+ i ~ ~~' 't - , t ~ ~. ~ ~ Legend , . Year of Project ` ~ 2ooa ~ ~ ~ S 2Q09-2073 / '~ ~ 2008 = 2009-2013 ~ 2008 f ~ 20032013 Paae167 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report Department: Funding Source: Project Type: PWJ Water Utility subcomm~n~ty: Outside Planning Area Water Utility Fund BvCPArea: Outside Planning Area Exisiing Facility - Rehab ' R,~,,;;ir ' ~~ -` ~:I~_~ _ , , `~~ ,, ~, CEAP Required: nJp CEAP Completed: NA Pro `e~c esc~iption "=~~~~1 i~~pl~~.~-~-_ - - ~~ :• - ; ;a~ =' -: :Y. ~ . : . .. ~~~ ~~- . _ . ~f: ~z _ .. _ This project will provide funds for the evaluation of alternatives and design of the rehabilitation of Albion Dam~ located in the city's Watershed. Albion Dam has been subject to extreme weathering and although structurally stable, the concrete surface is in need of major rehabilitation. . ~ ~istainability I Project Just~~c`~io~~ ~Nx~ ~~,~~,~.°. _ ~i.-_ :_ '} "'"s '~r.._ ..__ a .. .. ~ Rehabilitation and improvement of the city's water system is required to assure the safe and reliable delivery of water to the community. , ~~ :~-_w~~. Relationship to a ~er - 4 ~, '''` °f ~ _ " i' "~; " `' _ ~ = -.:._ _ a _ :.:: _ - ;;. This project is consistent with the goals of the water utility as articulafed in the Boulder Revised Code and the Raw Water Master Plan. No additional public process is anticipated. None ~ -~dP:~:3Fi~:rt!3~AY vWeItl19Y.~~/~51.)~~ . - -.". . ~k,.Y ~R~B :~t .fL4~`:•.r!-~ ....'~. ~-~. ~ :. . . -'$! _:"}'~~e _ - -_~,..c _~- Capital Funding Plan 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding SO $0 ~0 $0 ~15U,000 ~a0 S150,000 Change from Prior Year: Annual On-going Operating Costs $0 Description: Source of Funding: Essential % ~ 100% ~ Desirable °/a ~ ~ Discretionary %~ ~ Total % 2008-2013 Capitaf Improvements Program Project Status Report Department: PW/ Watef Utlllty subcommun~ry: Outside Planning Area Funding Source: Water Utility Fund svcPArea: Outside Planning Area Pro~ect Type: Existing Facility - Rehab / Repair / Deficiency Correction CEAP Required: rJp CEAP Completed: NA This project will provide funds for repairs to the existing Barker gravity pipeline. The Barker Gravity Pipeline is over 100 years of age and is need of repair of deterioration due to weather and other environmental factors. Rehabilitation of the city's water system is required to assure the safe and reliable delivery of water to the community. o_,_.:_ _ : :'';°~_- °__.; ,_-_ - _- , :.:~~~~:_'_ R~_:'_ .~:"':_ This project is consistent with the goals of the water utility as articulated in the Boulder Revised Code and the Raw Water Master Plan. No additional pubiic process is anticipated ~ r-~ ~~,~ ~~ ..._ ,. .,-_. .r ,,, - ~~. ~~;~.,~.- :.~, ~-.,, :~;, _ Capital Funding Plan 2008 2009 2010 2011 20'12 2013 Planned Funding $750,000 $1,000,000 $1,000,000 $1,000,000 $1,000,000 $1,000,000 $5,750,000 ..x;~~.~ , ~~_~=-~ - ~:~. ~._ . ,~. - - - Change from Prior Year: Funding added in 2008-2013 Annual On-going Operating Costs $0 Description: No increase, funded by existing operating budget Source of Funding: Essential % 100% Desirable %~ Discretionary %~ Total % 100% 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report Department: Funding Source: Project Type: PW/ Water Utility Subcommuniry: System-wide Water Utility Fund BvcPa,r~a: System-wide Existing Facility - Rehab / Repair / Deficiency Correc',io~~~ CEAP Required: NO CEAP Completed: NA P' `_`~e c~i ~eti n ~~ _;-~~~ ~' -~ . Ji~~ ~ - ---~~ ~~~~~:, . .. ~. This project will fund repairs to the the existing Barker Hydroelectric facility and associated equipment. The facility is over 100 years of age and is need of repair of deterioration due to weather and other environmental factors. Rehabilitation and improvement of the city's water system is required to assure the safe and reliable delivery of water to the community. This project is consistent with the goals of the water utility as articulated in the Boulder Revised Code and the Raw Water Master Plan. No additional public process is anticipated. ela~,'~ ~ ~:x, . ' ~ ,:r :~-- a~~ _ ..~ ~,~ a ' ~`p,artments: . . .~~ .~ ~ ~ T ~ `' ~~s ,~,' . .~~ ? ,~~e :r:,; None ~.Y :.. ..~-~. -=-,r. ,.. ~ :~;, ~ ~. . , . ,.~, • .. :- ,~:. s„ . . Capital Funding Plan 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding $0 $0 ~,_: . $50,000 $50,000 _-. „ $50,000 $50,000 - ~. ~200,000 . _ Change from Prior Year: Funding added in 2010-2013 Annual On-going Operating Costs $0 Description: Source of Funding: ~• ~ ~ ~ ~ Essential % 100% Desirable %~ Discretionary %~ Total % 100% ~ 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report Department: Funding Source: Project Type: PW/ Water Utility Subcommuniry: System-wide Water Utility Fund avcParea: System-wide Existing Facility - Rehab / Repair / Deficiency Correction CEAP Required: NO CEAP Completed: NA This project wilf pravide funds to develop a license application to Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC} for the Barker Water System. The application will include much engineering and legal analysis and is budgeted as a capital expense because the analysis pertains to a major capital asset of the city. Rehabilitation and improvement of the city's water system is required to assure the safe and reliable delivery of water to the community. This project is consistent with the goals of the water utility as articulated in the Boulder Revised Code and the Raw Water Master Plan. ~eU~~~r`'..s ~~ ~ `'~~ ~ . .. ~. .~;~. ~: - ~ S~; ~_.__.. .,. ~ I II ..+~r~r ,.... _ ~,~,. ' -. . _.r ., _ m ~ .,:,~ No additional public process is anticipated. None ~.=..-ar_ ~~~a ~: _ N,~~~r~ ~ a: . . :-.,. ..:: _.: - ~, a~ - ~- ~,_.- - ~. - ~~ . ,-. ~~+«;r.rv..~~^-~- ,s:Ms ~~~w~a.,~;:.. .. ° Capital Funding Plan 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding =?' $1,800,000 $1,000,000 $0 $0 $0 $0 $2,800,000 ~, ~.._~ ~:,=_ , ~w: ~~~;, x_ . _,.W::~,~.~:~~_~R. , ,. _,F.~ ~ -<:.,,. r- .~ Change from Prior Year: Added funding in 2008 and 2009 Annual On-going Operating Costs Description: Source of Funding: ~ .~_~_ r ._. ._._.. ~.___ . _.__ .~~._.,.. Essential % 100% ~ Desirable %~ Discretionary %~ Total °% 100% Pana 711 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report Department: Funding Source: Project Type: PW/ Water Utility subcomm~r,~ry: Outside Planning Area Water Utility Fund svcPa,rea: Outside Planning Area ~xis'ii~~.a ~=~~3ali±y f-:~.;1 ~L> ' R~~;~air % L~t~`icien~ ~, „~,~ :.~;'i~_,~i CEAP Required: NO CEAP Completed: ___. _- ~..- < ,, _ Project Deset i .s. : ° ~.,...:' ~ , '~' • ~y.; This project wil! provide funds for the rehabilitation of the Betasso to Orodell Transmission Pipe.The pipe is a cement mortar lined steel pipeline that has deteriorated during its operation over a period of several decades. Rehabilitation and improvement of the city's water system is required to assure the safe and reliable delivery of water to the community. This project is consistent with the goals of the water utility as articulated in the Boulder Revised Code and the Treated Water Master Plan. No additional public process is anticipated. None ..,~ _:_ . .: ..,~~y .r,~ .. : , . .~,<,-._a ~~n-•:~... : , _~ ~ Capital Funding Plan _ 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding $0 $50,000 $200,000 $0 $0 $0 $250,000 Change from Prior Year: _ -~ Annual On-going Operating Costs Description: Source of Funding: _ ~:: ; ,~~, - -~ Iness~FJa~ n pf Services: ._ y~ ~ -~,_ .v; Essential % 100% J~ Desirable %~ Discretionary %~ Total % 100% ~ ~ ^ ~! r , ' ! 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report Department: ~ Funding Source: Project Type: PW/ Water Utiiity subcommunity: Outside Planning Area Water Utility Fund svcPa~rea: Outside Planning Area Existing Facility - Rehab / Repair / Deficiency Correction This project is consistent with the goals of the water utility as articulated in the Boulder Revised Code and the Treated Water Master Plan. , . , Publi~ Pro~c~ss 5~~~~ ~~ er , , ~s~~~~ ~~r ~,...: ~„ , ~ : ~ ~~~--~=- ~~z ~~_ ~ ~y`~ , - _ .. .. _ w. _~. a,;..~ ,,• ~.__. ~ ._ ~._. . .` . . .. _ , :~:,.a~ '~i6~~ ~~" . _~~= -~-_'°~ ~, ~y~ No additional public process is anticipated. Nane ;~,~;r ._ ~~:, , ~.~:~ p y :. . :.. ,~m _, _ ,.~ _.~~,Q.. Capital Funding Plan 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding ~- $0 $0 $250,000 =xt,, , :~-.. ;. tia~ :, $0 $0 $0 _ . _ _ M.,~ ~ .. ~R... _ ..,.-~~~ $250,000 x=,_ _ ,,a~..~:. Change from Prior Year: Annual On-going Operating Costs $0 Description: Source of Funding: -~ -•...:~ 1 Essential % 100% Desirable %~ ~ Discretionary Paae 113 Total % Depa~tment: Funding Source: Project Type: PW/ Water Utility s~bcomm~r,~ty: Outside Planning Area Water Utility Fund BvcP,area: Outside Planning Area Existing Facility - Rehab / Repair / Deficiency Correction CEAP Required: ~Jp CEAP Completed: NA p _ .~ ~ .~; . - ~~~' ~ _;. . ~ ~.~i' ~ . . .. . ' ~ G.. This project will provides funds for rehabilitations and improvements to the Betasso WTP. The Betasso WTP is the citys primary water treatment facility and has deteriorated during its operation of over 40 years. Rehabilitati~n and improvement of the city's water system is required to assure the safe and reliable delivery of water to the community. This project is consistent with the goals of the water utility as articulated in the Boulder Revised Code and the Treated Water Master Plan. . No additional public process is anticipated. Relationship~i~~ O -'et-D~~ d ---,._.~_ .. .r:~` ~,'~""~,._ _ ._ ,,,,~:~$~ , _ ,.ti - None ~;.. -.,.,.~~ .k, .~,.~. , __~ - ~ : ~.: ..::- .., ... .,,~- , ~~ _x,- . .~ Capital Funding Plan 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding $100,000 $100,000 ~> ~~-, $100,000 .: . ~ $500,000 :,~ ~_.._; $5,000,000 $0 $5,800,000 Change from Prior Year: $100,000 added in 2008 and 2009 Annual On-going Operating Costs $0 Description: Source of Funding: No increase, funded by existing operating budget ~ I Essential % 100% Desirable %~ Discretionary %~; Tot~~l `;~ 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report Department: Funding Source: r Project Type: ~W/ Water Utility Subcommunity: SyStem-wide Nater Utility Fund BvcPa,rea: Outside Planning Area =xisting Facility - Rehab / Repair ! Deficiency Correction No additional pub~ic process is anticipated. N~ne , _ . ., ~~ ..._.~. _ ,. ~ ~N: ~'~BCd:... . . ~;.. ~ ;,.:, ~,. . ... w".:`~~_Y : Ni~T^A~~18A : ::~ - ~. ~:, ~ .~ . . ..... .,.... .. _... . ... , m . . .. ....;.. «4^;...~. _ Capital Funding Plan 2008 2009 2010 2Q11 2012 2013 Planned Funding _, $0 o ~. $0 $50,000 $500,000 ,. . :, .... , ~ , . . _ , __ ., $0 -- ~ _. ~ $0 $550,000 ~ _a~ ~~, .: _ _x~ ~-- ~ ~ Change from Prior Year: Annual On-going O'erating Costs $0 ' Description: No increase, funded by existing operating budget Source of Funding: ~~ ~~tEssential %o Desirable %~ ~ Discretionary Page115 Total % 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report Department: Funding Source: Project Type: PW/ Water Utility subcommuniry: Gunbarrel Water Utility Fund BvcPArea: Area I New Construction - Growth Related Facility / Additions CEAP Required: nJp CEAP Completed: ~j~ctDescrip;io~ ~ ~r.'~r~'~ ~'~~fL_- ,.e- '~ ~!~' ~:,~~ - '~ ~* '.~_`~ This project will provide funds for improvements and capacity expansion at the Boulder Reservoir Intake and Pumping Facility. This additional capacity will allow for greater use of the city's Colorado Big-Thompson and Windy Gap water rights portfoli~s. This pr~ject is required to protect the quality of the city's raw water resources. ~,~/,SustainabilityJ~Projec~.~ f~it~;~x l ~ ~ ~y,.,~r~-~ ~~--~, ~~~:~- . Rehabilitation and improvement of the citys water system is required to assure the safe and reliable delivery of ~ water to the community. This project is consistent with the goals of the water utility as articulated in Treated Water Master Pfan. and the Public R,ro~ - ssues: y: ~I~~£ ~ ~ , u~ T _ . , i. ' ~ - , -= > No additional public process is anticipated. tx"}`'. `•'. ' - 3 i"~,.~ ~ R ~i ~:~:'y~~ ~ 4fE'2. r~ f . ' ~2:- ~ " ..- { ship with Other Depa~ . 2?; z ._._-~~.,~.a~~l~l ._~ ...~_ :-~r ..~~ _~ .. _._s_<:.~ ,. ~ ~-.. None 4:~ : ~.-,. .~,..~.. . .:~ ,. _ Capital Funding Plan 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding $0 r.^'.,. $100,000 $0 $0 $0 $0 : c-~ ' ae~:n.- $100,000 - - ccie Change from Prior Year: Annual On-going Operating Costs $0 Desc~iption: Source of Funding: Essential % 1~'~:?_',_ Desirable % I Discretionary %~~ Total % 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report Department: Funding Source: Project Type: PW/ Water Utility subcommunity: Gunbarrel Water Utility Fund evcPArea: Area I Existing Facility - Rehab / Repair / Deficiency Correction CEAP Required: ~Jp CEAP Completed: NA This project will provide funds for rehabilitation of fhe Boulder Reservoir Storage Tank. . _ ~- :, - ,y~ _ ~ , ~ •, .~,~-~-~- .~ ~. „~ .. , , , .. ~~ ess~S#atus Issqes ~ . . .~q , -~:, ~~ =~ - ~ , ~- : ~,'~,:~~I ~ "~ . , . ~"-_, '~. ~ ~ ~__.,.:.. + . ..._ :3 ~_.. '~a~La~.ot:c.`~^'..a-aa-._^t"•~-.-s~a_ ' • ~.:.,.~:-.:H'!a.~l;~f_.. ~ . ...~'~`,~t.v . No additional public process is anticipated. ,~ ~ ~-~;-~~ ~-, ~ ~ ,~~~__.~~u ,:~~~ ~, ~ ,:ti;,, ..,.~,~~.._... Capital Funding Plan ~ = 2008 20Q9 2U10 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding `a" ~ $0 . ' $0 $0 ~~;~ ~~, ~.. :;~g.,. ,, : ... ~-:_~r. $0 . ~~ $0 $100,000 ~SY.e. . ..._. ~' ~~-• $100,000 "' T:'.ca`.-'."'. Change from Prior Year: Funded added in 2013 Annual On-going Operating Costs $0 Description: Source of Funding: Essential % 100% Desirable %~ Discretionary %~ Total % Page 117 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report Department: Funding Source: ProjectType: PW/ Water Utility 5ubcommunity: GUtlba~f@I Water Utility Fund avcParea: Area I New Construction - Growth Related Facility / Additions CEAP Required: -vp CEAP Completed: NA g ~1ti'oii .'.~~:~i~V ~ ~'~ ;,~:. ' ~w"~,{:~ ~`;~,~= . .. .. '-~--;~ This project will provide funds for improvements and capacity expansion at the Boulder Reservoir WTP. Improvements and capacity expansion are necessary to accommodate on-going growth within the cit~ls service area in compliance with Federal and State regulations. This additional capacity will allow for greater use of the city's Colorado Big-Thompson and Windy Gap water rights portfolios. ,;~, CommunitySusfayna ~i~~/~p~oJectJustificafio `~`.~~~~ , i~~' _ ~y ;4 ' Rehabilitation and improvement of the city's water system is required to assure the safe and reliable delivery of water to the community. This project is consistent with the goals of the water utility as articulated in the Boulder Revised Code and the Treated Water Master Plan. ' "._~:..~.~R','.' -a.ti_.... _ ~~': : _...._:~...3.{'R'.;~._'.cc. ~.~ .•.n"-L+R.~li3i.lgr:...: ..~)sY~r_~ Capital Funding Plan 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding ;:• $300,000 ~3,000,000 $0 illttif'F - r ~ $0 $0 $0 ~='~i~avi"v $3,300,000 '-a~~_.. Change from Prior Year: Annual On-going Operating Costs $D Description: No increase, funded by existing operating budget Source of Funding: ~s Plan Priontizatioir s- ~..,_ _ . . ~ _v ' ~` _ - ~ ~ ~ r~.~. ~: ~ ~ - Essential % 100% Desirable %~ Discretionary %~ Total % 100% ~ 1~ PW/ Water Utility Subcommunity: Multiple Subcommunities Water Utility Fund svcParea: System-wide Existing Facility - Rehab / Repair / Deficiency Correction CEAP Required: No CEAP Completed: NA Non additional public process is anticipated. ._.~_ ~, =_ ,~. x _~ _ ~.~.~ ~ ~~h Qther Deparkni'°"~~ ~ ~,~ ~ ~ ~. ,. ~ .-a~~.' ... .._ ~~ , . . ~'"w~~ r ..~ .. _~.~a~ ,m `~~ k ,~~_ , ti,~~„:~... None ~, - F-,. ~ _,-_ _ r- _ ,.,~- ~ .,, ~~..~~~ ~ _ ,~:-~ - ~ , .. ,__~ . ~,.....~ Capital Funding Plan 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding ~ ~ $100,000 $100,000 $0 $0 $0 $0 $200,000 '~ " ~ - . , ,;.. . s , ,,.:=~ ~~: . ; ~~F}= . .~,s~~,, . _ :,. Change from Prior Year: Added funding in 2008 and 2009 Annual On-going Operating Costs Description: Source of Funding: ,, .: . . - . . ~ __ , ~' , a~t Pno~rit~a, ~~c ~ i Rt,~"~:°'l.r ~= #M ~ ~~ . ~~ ,.~~.-~ ~:c c -.,_.~__ _ _ . .. ~s_,~~~,. ,.._n......,... ~,.z~-.~ . ~..,......x....._ .:. . . ~ - _ . .;+ Essential % 100% Desirable %~ Discretionary %~ Total % 100% Page 119 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report Department: Funding Source: Project Type: PW/ Water Utility subcommun~ty: Central Boulder Water Utility Fund BVCPArea: Afee I Existing Facility - Rehab I Repair I De`i~:.i~_~,~~:~,~ ~:;~~r~~.~:'i,,n CEAP Required: Np CEAP Completed: NA P.,~i~J' ;.~~ an~; . _ ~ ~::';~~~ _ ~ -,~ _ '~ This project will provide funds for the rehabilitation of the Chautaqua Storage Tank. The facility is a partially buried reinforced concrete tank. The tank is not currently lined and there is evidence of leakage. The tank also has a built-up roof that has deteriorated due to weather and other environmental factors. the city's water system is required to assure the safe and reliable delivery of This project is consistent with the goals of the water utility as articulated in the Boulder Revised Code and the Treated Water Master Plan. eu~lic Process Status Issu _ ~~~_ '' ' ~ ~;~~~ ~-?~' n ",__~~ .. . . ,~_. _~ ~~j . - No additional public process is anticipated. s,'- ._ ,~,.._,. _. . ....-.... - Relationsh ~herDepartments • =•`~ry~~~ _ ' ~a :: • ~ ' .. ..,r,i+u:~r~ ~-~. . ... ..~ . ,:- A ~. a .~.. _.z ~ ~_r.. . _ ',~ "f ~wt . . i~., r ' _ ~'.. . None ,f+.~T'%i -..~~~i.!'1•-':. ~.s . ,~:.-.d:~~. ---. ~ ,~,~, . ~; ~ ~ : ., t., _ -_ Capital Funding Plan 2008 2009 2010 . 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding .~ $500,000 $0 - - ~.,,.,~,a,~ $0 ~0 $0 ~., 50 ~500,000 Change from Prior Year: Annual On-going Operating Costs $0 Description: Source of Funding: Essential % 100% Desirable %~~ Discretionary %~ Total % I , ~ r Department: Funding Source: ~ Project Type: PW/ Water Utility Subcommunity: Southeast Boulder Water Utility Fund gvcParea: Area (I New Construction - Growth Related Facility / Additions 1 Rehabilitation and improvement of the city's water system is required to assure the safe and reliable delivery of _ ~ . , ~ ~ ~ i, ~-,~= ~~M ~n- ~ Pub1iC PrOCe9~ .at c c = "~ ._. "` ~~ w ' ,' ~ -~t~';,~-.~. _ u -~ ~n~ '~. . '~= Improvements and capacity expansion at the Cherryvale pump station was included in the 2004 CEAP for the water to the community. ,-, _ _ .. ~; ~ Relationship to „~:S $a ` ~ .~~ ..~ ~.y u :~~~Y ,:-: ~- :;; ~ This project is consistentYwith the goals of the water utility as articulated in the Boulder Revised Code and the Treated Water Master Plan. Zone 1 Water Transmission Pipeline (Diagonal Highway.) , ._ . _ _ . ~ _ _ . ~ ; ... . , , • ,_~_ t,~ f ' r.a ~ ,'x; i, ~. ~1'~o ship with Other Qepartments ~5~~'~ ~ ~ ,.__,~,~~~ .- . _ ~, . ~, None ~ _ . ... ..~ . -~- - - .„~ - ~ ~~, ~._ _.~~.. _ ,: . . :r;,- ~ ~ ..~ - .. . ,..~: ~,..~~, .: Capital Funding Plan ~° 2008 2009 2090 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding '. $50,000 $50~,000 ~.._~,~ _....: $0 $0 $0 ,u,~ :~. ._.«:, : $0 $550,000 .._.._:. :~:,~::: :. Change from Prior Year: Annual On-going Operating Costs Description: Source of Funding: Essential % 100% increase, Desirable %~ Discretionary Paqe 121 Tota I 2008-2U13 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report Department: Funding Source: ProjectType: PW/ Water Utility Subcommunity: System-wide Water Utility Fund evCPe>rea: System-wide Existing Facility - Rehab / Repair / Deficiency Correction CEAP Required: nJp CEAP Completed: NA F~e~_Description: ~ ~-. : ` -. ~. ~. . i ~ i w, - ,~ =~ This project provides funds for water quality improvements to the distribution system. The project will provide funds for better hydraulic and water quality modeling of the city's water distribution system as well as improvements to the system that will assure compliance with Federal and State regulations. ainability/ Pro~ec~~• ~ i ~ ' ~.. _ _ . `.~._;_~ . '.~F`_-.; ~-~ . tY ~'' ~ __ - _ _ . ~. .. . _ =~ Rehabilitation of the city's water system is required to assure the safe and reliable delivery of water to the community. Relatrons~liu~~ ~ ~ ~::Y.as ~ .-~ ~ .,.,r .~ _ , - ... ~,-r, ti'-~_~_-,...,-..,~. . i' =:~` 'i"`-'~ _ .~ ~ ~~.:^~~F This project is consistent with the goals of the water utility as articulated in the Boulder Revised Code and the Treated Water Master Plan. No additional public process is anticipated. None Capital Funding Plan 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding ' $150,000 $150,000 $150,000 $150,000 ~150,000 $150,000 ~900,000 Change from Prior Year: Funding added in 2013 Annual On-going Operating Costs $0 Description: Source of Funding: No increase, funded by existing operating budget Essential % 100'!~ Desirable %~ Discretionary %~ Total % ~ I ~ ~ i ^ ^ 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report Department: Funding Saurce: ~ Project Type: PW! Water Utility Subcommunity: System-wide Water Utility Fund svCPf-rea: Outside Planning Area Existing Facility - Rehab / Repair I Deficiency Correction CEAP Required: NO CEAP Completed: NA This project will provide funds for the evaluation of alternatives and design of the rehabilitation of Green Lake 2 Dam, located in the City's Watershed. Green Lake 2 Dam is in need of extensive rehabilitation to allow continued storage of water. Rehabilitation and improvement of the city's water system is required to assure the safe and reliable delivery of water to the community. _ ~Master Plans• :,- : ~~ -}. - ~ - = _---- - ~ ~ .~,~.: ._ _ . _. . - - - . , - -~. This project is consistent with the goals of the water utility as.articulated in the Boulder Revised'.Code and the Raw Water Master Plan. No additional public process is anticipated. .:b-;i' , :.. ~ -_:.Y ,~ . . . ~ ..ON:.,,. :~:~:,.. ,:; ~.. „ ~ 'rt.,w . ,~5..~ I~iili'm4°.~-4 ~..~., 1 r.''.,. ~ .s~. . ...... Capital Funding Plan 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding '" $0 $0 .~. „ ~.,,a $100,000 .. .,,. $1,000,000 $0 $0 $1,100,000 ~ ,, wa~ .,. ,:.::,, ..- _ Change from Prior Year: Annual On-going Operating Costs Description: Source of Funding: Essential % Desirable %~ 100% ~ Discretionary Total % 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report Department: PWI Wet2f Utlllty Subcommunity: SyStem-wide Funding Source: Watef Utlllty Fufld BvcP,area: System-wide Pro~ecc Type: Existing Facility - Enhancements / Upgrades CEAP Required: -~p CEAP Completed: NA This project provides funds for rehabilitations and improvements to instream flow structures and gaging. Additional in-stream flow structures and gaging is considered desireable along North Boulder Creek. Rehabilitation and improvement of the cit~s water system is required to assure the water to the community. This project is consistent with the goals Raw Water Master Plan. None public process is anticipated. water utility as articulated in the reliable Revised Code and the ~a~. r,~x... .,;;_.._ .>r .~: .,..ot:~ ~~: ~a~yms.~. . ,..-........s, ~ ~r.- ,,:•_-. ~r.s~:. Capital Funding Plan ~:: 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding $0 ~. $0 $0 $50,000 $0 $0 $50,000 :. _ . ..~:~_~ ... .. .~~k . .... __...e'Li^ ...- . . . .. .: aa4SiE'..d___ _, r _'I:.A~~+t. ~ Change from Prior Year: Annual On-going Operating Costs $0 Description: No increase, funded by existing operating budget Source of Funding: Essential % 100% Desirable %~ Discretionary %~ Total Department: Funding Source: Project Type: PW/ Water Utility Subcommunity: Crossro2ds Water Utility Fund BvCP~4rea: Area I New Construction - Growth Related Facility / Additions CEAP Required: YgS CEAP Completed: YeS, 2004 This project will provide funds for improvements and capacity expansion at the lris Pump Station. This additional capacity will allow for greater use of the city's Colorado Big-Thompson and Windy Gap water rights portfolios. Rehabilitation and improvement water to the community. sysfem is required reliable delivery of R¢latio~~' ` ~s~~~lan..~~_.. . . . ~. ,, ~ ~ .~~a .... ~ !~~ _ I ` . .. ~ ° ' ~ ` $.,'f'~ _.:d~~u ~~-.`:~~- This praject is consistent with the goals of the water utility as articulated in the Boulder Revised Code and the Treated Water Master Plan. lmprovements and capacity expansion at the Iris pump station was included in the 2004 CEAP for the Zone 1 Water Transmission Pipeline (Diagonal Highway.) ~~. au~~~ ~ - - ~b ~ ~ ~ ~i ~ ~-~- ~ : ~ ~ z _ ~ ;„ ~. ~ i i .-- -•~th Qther pe ~ ~, ... ~r ~ k ~ i's • 9~ ~ ~ ~ , ~ ~ ~' y .: ~ _ ,~r ~ Y i ur,r;, , _r~.a: . None .;_ ~,_r-~ ~~:: , ..~:";,:., a_.~~-_ __....: - ~ -~. .:.,, ~~ ~~~.-. Capital Funding Plan 2008 2009 2010 2U11 2012 2013 PlannedFunding $100,000 $1,000,000 $0 $0 y_ ,-. ~~ . ,~, .. .u~~ $0 $0 $1,100,000 ~~:~. :.~= ~r ~..~~ n,~_ Change from Prior Year: Annual On-going Operating Costs $0 Description: Source of Funding: ~ ~ ~:~ ~:_, ~ - .:.w : ~-~~.~~ Essential % 100% ~ ~ Desirable % ~1 Discretionary Total % Page 125 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report Department: Funding Source: P~oject Type: PW/ Water Utility s~bcomm~r,~ry: Outside Planning Area Water Utility Fund svcParea: Outside Planning Area Existing Facility - Rehab / Repair / Deficiency Correction CEAP Required: YBS CEAP Completed: YeS This project will provide funds for on-going inspection, testing and repair or rehabilitation of the Lakewood Pipeline. Issues related to the reconstruction of the Lakewod Pipeline requires on-going inspection of the pipe to assure its serviceability. There is also the need to monitor and supplement restoration of the pipeline corridor in accordance with United States Forest Service and Boulder County requirements. '~~ ~'Susta~nability.[Project~Jus s • ~'~- ~= - '= ~~ _.-.. ~ . _ ._ ._..~ ~: - ~=~,~ ~._ , • r ,~`~ ___. s. . Rehabilitation and improvement of the city's water system is required to assure the safe and re{iable delivery of water to the community. ~ ~.. ~ ~ .~ ~.. s~. = ~ ,_ ~ _ "~ ~ ~ :~ .'~~~ti'- ~:_ ~ , .~_~ - '~ - . . This project is consistent with the goals of the water utility as articulated in the Boulder Revised Code and the Raw Water Master Plan. No additional public process is anticipated. . _-,_ _..;..t -~~~ - p..~,.~-•-_.~: 6 Y~~, ' . Relationshl in~itt~ ~ ~ ~ ~.~ . P~.,-~~~ - r~' ` '~ ,~:3 ;. ~ ' ..~ y P ~ ~ ~.. i ~ ~ ~~ .: .:;, . .a.. w. ~ ~i~:~."-~__z..,~~r~}`~~ . None - ~• .~..o;.„,~=,.G-- - ~~.. Capital Funding Plan 2008 `~ 2d09 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding 5100,000 $2,100,000 $0 $0 $3,000,000 $0 $5,200,000 - . :P - 3~--`_*1r~: , - ~_: .--> . Change from Prior Year: Funding added in 2009 and 2012 Annual On-going Operating Costs Description: No increase, funded by existing operating budget Source of Funding: Essential % ~ 100% ~ Desirable %~ ~ Discretionary Total % ' ' ' ~ ~ ~ ~ , ~ , ' ' t ~ . Department: Funding Source: Project Type: PW/ Water Utility s~b~ommun~ty: Outside Planning Area Water Utility Fund svcP,area: Outside Planning Area Existing Facility - Rehab / Repair / Deficiency Correction CEAP Required: rJp CEAP Completed: NA This project will provide funds for the rehabilitation of the Lakewood Reservoir Dam. This facility is an earthen dam that may require repair in order to comply with state dam safety regulations. ..._.__. , ~~~ I~ty/_ProjeclJ s ,'~~ ~ ~ ~.~.._~x~,~.~.. ~,,~~,~~ ~~'=,__-~..~.. ~,..r<.~ Rehabilitation of the city's water sysiem is required to assure the safe and reliable delivery of water to the community. This project is consistent with the goals of the water utility as articulated in the Boulder Revised Code and the Raw Water Master Plan. ^ No additional public process is anticipated. .:. .. ~ ~ . ,- ;= . ~ -,-~:_ ~ ~. - . s. RelaUonship~, D ~tments . '- ~:. , ~tyy'.Jt~ ' 4 : ~. ~v.• ~ .. . .. _ . .Y.X.v_ ''avt..... .. . , ,.-i . .. . ... . %~t~::.. ~~:L,PSL - ~i. _ ~ . ~ a.d:. . 1 ^,:C'i u . ~ . ~~. ,~' ~ ,uY:.u ~. None ~~ ~ : ~„ .~~,~...~. . ~ , ~» ~ - - _._ w , _. _,~,._.,:: Capital Funding Plan 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding $0 $0 $0 $250,000 $0 $0 $250,000 -.~. ... . :~ ~~, ., -~,. , ~ . ~_ . „~ s~., ,~o. Change from Prior Year: Annual On-going Operating Costs Description: No increase, funded by existing operating budget Source of Funding: ~ ~ i a;~ttsn'of5e~ ~ ~ ~ ~„~,~~~'~i~~,. z_~ ~~ ~~ ~.,~~~ ~~ :~~ Essential % 100% Desirable %~ Discretionary %~ ~ Total % ~ Page 127 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report Department: Funding Source: Project Type: PW/ Water Utility sua~ommun~ry: Outside Planning Area Water Utility Fund evcParea: Outside Planning Area New Construction - Not Growth Related CEAP Required: ~(gS . CEAP Completed: This project will provide funds for the design and construction of a pipeline from Carter Lake to the Boulder Reservoir Water Treatment Plant (BRWTP). Protection of the BRW7P source water through investing in the construction of the Carter Lake Pipeline will provide long-term benefits to the city. The city is placing a greater reliance on this facility than in the past due to continued planned growth in the city's water service area. Even though current regulatory requirements are being met, the risk of contaminants entering the source water and passing through the treatment process still exists. Investing in a pipeline that will protect the source water for the BRWTP far into the future is a worthwhile investment similar fo that undertaken by prior generations with the Silver Lake Watershed. The quality of water in Carter Lake is excellent. It is a deep reservoir with a small natural runoff area and is filled mostly with high quality water imported from the Western Slope. The quality of the water is negatively affected as it travels through the Boulder Feeder Canal to the treatment plant and Boulder Reservoir due to drainage into the canal from existing development and agriculture. Future development and agricultural practices will likely exacerbate these negative effects. The threat of accidental or intentional contamination is also a concern because of limited ability to react or dilute such contamination. The Carter Lake Pipeline will address both the near-term and potential increase in degradation to water quality of the BRWTP. Preventing source water contamination provides a more robust barrier than subsequent treatment. It would also provide a more uniform water qualty, substantially simplifying the treatment optimization and increasing treatment process reliability. Although the capital cost of the pipeline is significant, it is comparable to the cost of treatment technologies that afford a similar level of water quality protection and with the assurance that contaminants will be prevented from entering the city's source water in the first place, rather than having to remove these contaminants via treatment. The pipeline would provide opportunities and flexibility for improvements in the management and operation of the city's raw water facilities. These include possible hydroelectric power generation as wel! as improvements in the flexibility of use of the city's various water sources for the BRWTP. This increased flexibility could provide a slight increase in the drought year yield of the city's water rights portfolio. The city of Boulder is currently participating in the development of right-of-way acquisition plans and permit applications for the Southern Water Supply Project II (Carter Lake Pipeline). Other participants include Little Thompson Water District, the town of Frederick and Left Hand Water District. The pipeline is estimated to cost $33 million. Depending upon the number of participants, the city of Boulder's share of the cost can range from $20 to $25 million. The cost of the pipeline as currently proposed is less than it might be at a later time because there is an opportunity to share costs in constructing the Carter Lake pipeline with other communities. Additionally, on-going construction cost inflation suggests that the cost of constructing the pipeline will only increase in the future. The majority of the pipeline right-of-way (ROW) has been previously secured by the NCWCD. Continued development pressure along this ROW may make future construction more difficult. Securing the remaining ROW for a pipeline at this time is also considered important because of these development pressures. Also, the cost of borrowing money is near an all time low. These factors suggest that now is a good time to proceed with this project as a long term investment in the cit~s water utility infrastructure. ` ~ 1111 ~ 1 ' Rehabilitation of the city's water system is required to assure the safe and reliable delivery of water to the community. 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Open Space and Mountain Parks : ~ _~-:~ ¢~ , : .. ,.~ ::..~:~:~ .. .: ;- ~ ~..,:,. ,~~.~:: . ~::. _ ~ s.: -,.~ _ ~-. Capital Funding Plan ~? ,~: " 2008 ~ 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding $1,~00,000 $25,000,000 $0 ~0 $0 ~0 $26,000,000 Change from Prior Year: Annual On-going Operating Costs Description: Source of Funding: ~ ~ y, ;~ ,~~~no~itization af Essential % ~ e Desirable % 100% Discretionary %~ Total % 100°r~ Paqe129 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report Department: PW/ Water Utility subcommun~ty: ICentral Boulder Funding Source: Wat2f Utllily FUnd BVCPArea: Pro~ecc ryPe: Existing Facility - Enhancements ! Upgrades CEAP Required: NO CEAP Completed: NA ~. ~ ~_W' , ;; ` ~roject'Description ` -~ :~.a~ ,- ~-> .. ,~.. . ... ~.~ . . _ :.~ .~,-. ~ . ~.~. _ .: .,r~. This project provides for the installation of a hydoelectric turbine and generator at the city's Pearl Street pressure reducing facility. Currently water pressure is reduced using a pressure reducing valve which wastes the available energy in the water. This energy could be used to produce electricity and transmitted through the electrical distribution system_ Rehabilitation and improvement of the cit~s water system is required to assure the safe and reliable delivery of water to the community. The project was not specifically identified in the treated water master plans, but in response t~ the city's general goal of environmental sustainability, was identified by City staff as a possible source of hydroelectricity. Actual funding of the project would depend on executing a beneficial power sales contract with Excel Energy that would provide for the recovery of any capital costs. public process is anticipated. Environmental Affairs Capital Funding Plan 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding $0 $0 ~200,000 $0 $0 $0 ~200,000 Change from Prior Year: Annual On-going Operating Costs Description: Source of Funding: Essential % ~ Desirable % 100% Discretionary , : -- • :~; Total % n 100% 1 ~ ~ w , ' _.Y~'By Project'!) w Source W ate Department: ' Funding Source: Project Type: PW/ Water Utility Subcommunity: System-wide Water Utility Fund svcPArea: Outside Planning Area Existing Facility - Rehab / Repair / Oeficiency Correction ~ CEAP Required. Np CEAP Completed: NA 1 ~~. .,}n ~. . .J. Pro~e on: _ _"?;. ~ca. .~~ .~. ~ .'~ ._ :R,.'': ~-~'".~~1 ~,. ti~~ This project provide funding for on-going inspection of source water transmission pipes. ,~;~ 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report On-going inspection of the city's source water transmission pipes is required to assure the safe and reliable delivery of water to the community. la~ionship to Masfei~ ~ - ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ .... ~;_-_--=--' .___.____ _ ~ ~~_ ::~-:-== _:. z°.~ This project is consistent with the goals of the water utility as articulated in the Boulder Revised Code and the Raw Water Master Plan. ~rocess Status, Isstf ~~~ ~,:~~.'~~~~-~:'~ ~ r-~``~~ ~~- '.~ ,-p=:- . - " ~e~ ~. r . . .---~ `~ No additional public process is anticipated. + Y~a,t nship with Ofhe "artments ~ yi~ ~~ _,,~;~ I ~`,~~~;` '' ~``~~ ~ ~ _ . . .., - , ~r ~ .:x.~ ~. ~na,.;r None w .-..u~:k,cro ...:,.., ..:~:•_~«u .~R. .~,~.~.,:: . ,__. ,~:.~..~~.~.,,•,-~. :~~~,.. ~a~,.: ~. , ~,,.. -... Capital Funding Plan = 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding $0 $80,000 $0 $0 $80,000 $0 $160,000 _,.~ ..:;,..>, x,~.,~., ~ : _.-.~,. Description: Source of Funding: Change from Prior Year: Annual On-going Operating Costs $0 No increase, funded by existing operating budget Essential % 100% Desirable %~~ Discretionary %~ Total % 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report Department: Funding Source: Project Type: 'W/ Water Utility Subcommunity: SyStem-Wlde Nater Utility Fund avcPArea: System-wide =xisting Facility - Rehab / Repair / Deficiency Correction CEAP Required: rJp CEAP Completed: NA This project provides funds for the reconstruction of waterlines that are part of the city's water distribution system. Many of the citys existing waterlines are corroded and must be replaced. Communify $: ,~ bility! Project Justifica y _ _ - ' ~ ' ~i _ _- _ __~ Rehabilitation of the city's water system is required to assure the safe and reliable delivery of water to the community. o.,~..~:,..,.-ti:.. 4,. ie.,.-~,.~ r~i.,..... . ... ,~,,"i„~ - ' --_- - '- ..._. - - -- .. . . .~..~~ _ _ . . ~ .. ~~~fi. t_. This project is consistent with the goals of the water utility as articulated in the Boulder Revised Code and the Treated Water Master Plan. No additional public process is anticipated. Transportation _~ - ~~~~.. ~- < , ~, ~~, ~ :~., - m _.,.. _ ~ . , .. :..,-~ . a.:~ ,. ,~,:...., ..,_, _ ,4.r:. Capital Funding Plan 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding ~3,000,000 $3,000,000 $3,000,000 $3,500,000 $3,500,000 $3,500,000 ~19,500,000 - N-,~... ::~ta.,~ - - Change from Prior Year: Funding increased 2008-2013 Annual On-going Opera Description: Source of Funding: ~ ' , ' a , ~ Essential % 100% Desirable %~ Discretionary %~ Total % 100% i ! 1 1 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report Department: Funding Source: Project Type: PWl Water Utility Subcommunity: SyStem-WIdO Water Utility Fund avcPArea: System-wide Existing Facility - Rehab / Repair I Deficiency Correction CEAP Required: {~Jp CEAP Completed: NA , ~ _ > ~ - ~- :. v ~ ~. ~:° '~°~ . :::~ 'F~ ec ~scription: ._. _ , ~ .'~ ... < . ~.~ ~ ___'-=~" ..:~ ~'~ _, ,.,. This project wi{I provide funds for water system security upgrades. New Federal guidelines call for increased protection of drinking water systems from terrorist and other threats. and improvement of the city's water system is required to assure the safe and reliable delivery of water to the community. , _„ - _ Relationsh~~~ ~~e Plans ~{4~ " ~ ' . -" . ~: _. . ' ~~:~ . ..- -- ..~~ ~~ .... ~ . ~-x .: ~,_-_ ..,.:e ~. ~_:..,, _.x ,~, This project is consistent with the goals of the water utility as articulated in the Boulder Revised Code and the Raw and Treated Water Master Plans. . ;,. ~ ~` , , ~ ~ ,t ,, ' I.~a,~, Cu~ _=:~ a-:~, ' ~s ~`~.z.,~ . ~. a :.-' :~M• . ~ry 9~xi .3~ '~~a'blic Pracess~: ~ ~ ~~ ~I ~ .. , ~ '~. ~~ . .~ . _ _~ ,~ ~ ~~,.. ~ }~~~~ ~~ .~,- No additional public process is anticipated. ~ , - _~ _ Relatio' tt~ypther Departmeri a ~' . . _ _ . : ~ ~s.~,- ~ ' ~ ~ --~ ._ . ~ I- ~~. .. s j~ ~ . _s .... ~ ~ r~ None ,,~ -~- ,- ,.: . .... ,~,.~: . ~~ , ~..:., s--~-~ . v.a~ .,,_.. -,~~~_ ~ . Capital Funding Plan 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding $100,000 $100,000 $100,000 $100,000 $100,000 ...~~~~ ~.., ._. ~~..... __,~, a..,_~ . ~:~ ~ ., tsr~ ~:~ $100,000 $600,000 ~ ~~ ~~,~~~.~,~, rw~_~ ~3 :i.~: Change from Prior Year: Funding added in 2013 Annual On-going Operating Costs Description: Source of Funding: ~No increase, funded by existing operating budget ~ Essential % 100% Desirable %~ Discretionary %~ Total % 100% Paae 133 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report Department: Funding Source: Project Type: 'W/ Water Utility s~b~omm~~~ty: Outside Planning Area JVater Utility Fund BvcPa,rea: Outside Planning Area =xisting Facility - Enhancements / Upgrades CEAP Required: Np CEAP Compieted: NA This project will provide funds for the rehabilitation of the Sunshine Transmission Pipe. The pipe is a cement mortar lined steel pipeline that has deteriorated during its operation over a period of several decades. Rehabilitation of the city's water system is required to assure the safe and reliable delivery of water to the community. This project is consistent with the goals of the water utility as articulated in the Boulder Revised Code and the Treated Water Master Plan. No additional public process is anticipated. ~~+~ ?~. ~ :..~, ~, r~ -~ ;..:~ Relationship un~l,l`J~mti6f7~~III5Q ,~-,s ~.r-:.., _~ - ''.. . ~ , ~c~'~ . . _ . == None ~ ,,,~, ..,~... . . ~ ~ ~~.~: ~: Capital Funding Plan 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding $0 $200,000 $800,000 $0 ~0 $0 $1,000,000 ~ ~ ~. - Change from Prior Year: Annual On-going Operating Costs $0 Description: No increase, funded by existing operating budget Source of Funding: r I Essentiaf % 100% Desirable %~ Discretionary %~ Total % 100% , 1 ~ 1 ' ~ Department: Funding Source: ~ Project Type: PW/ Water Utility Subcommunity: East Boulder Water Utility Fund BvCPArea: Area I Existing Facility - Enhancements / Upgrades ~ CEAP Required NO CEAP Completed: NA , ., ~ ~ . - PCOJBf~ ~@SCCIP+Irp~;. . ._ .ix _~< i'I I I .;4 y ^ ...,. ~-- ~ ~'~~a. J - .; ~'~"~~ ~.~~: t _ *~a i+~-R1; zi ~~~r-.i~ .~ .. . ~ .. _'. ~ .. ~ ~ ~'i'.'~-~'`.-- :,-- _ ~....:.~k This project will provide funds for the acquisition of additional land near the existing City Yards. Community Sustainability L'_Project Justification: . ~~s, 'S~a~~IsSUes ~~°_ " ~ ~ d~ .~ `~ ~ ~~ t. ~ ~ '~ , . ,~~ .t.. _ . ._:_.__.~-_ ~.~-~- __ ~. _~; i _ : _ .~__ , ~ . _ ~~ ~~ . _. No additional public process is anticipated Transportation, Wastewater, Stormwater, FAM . ,.,....:: .. ~~:.. .. a...o1:.~,-. " w - ...~ .. r.-.k i .~~~'~,:c,q~~' ~~ . _:._.-i'.' 'i~H4fAR.~:.~Y~'- ~-'-~ .re:2E4'+1~- Capital Funding Plan 2U08 f~ 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding $225,000 ' $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $225,000 _ .~ ~ :,.~ t ~~. _. ~ ;,t ~~ ,.~. ~ -, . -;,,~, ~ Change from Prior Year: Annual On-going Operating Costs $0 Description: Source of Funding: ~No increase, funded by existing operating budget ~ ~~~[~ess PC~rr Pr~ori~ ~ ~ ~ervices „~:~ ~ ~`~ ,,k~ ~ ~ ~ -;'~`: ;~ra~ ~ ~ i^ „4su-3J ... ~fP~rrh_ 3 .`'~ ~ ....m-ac~,~ -`- _ .~ " r, ~. ':? "4' r .. ~2«zi~i~ Essential % 100% Desirable %~ Discretionary %~ Total % 100% Paae 135 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report Project Name: Project Number. Map Number: Zone 1 Transmission Facilities ~~ 411002 ~....:._ ~: ~~. .: _ „ Department: Funding Source: Project Type: PW/ Water Utility subcommunity: Mu~tiple Subcommunities Water Utility Fund BvcPArea: Areas I& II Existing Facility - Enhancements ! Upgrades CEAP Required: NO CEAP Completed: NA ~ eci'~escription ~ ..Y. , , ~ ;~~~ ~`.~. . ~ ~ ~--~ W !n a.,.~. ._ _ . _. _ . . . .. . ~mi.~ ~ " ~_-. This project provides for the rehabilitation and improvement to the Zone 1 transmission piping of the city's water system. An extensive network of transmission piping exists, some of which is over 50 years old. It is projected this piping will require replacement or other rehabilitation. * r,, S teinability/P~o~e "fication: - " ~~''"•~~- __ _ ~~,--;,. _ ~ - _ ._ .. ~, : _::: . . : = ., __ _. .. _ _ _ ~ _., , Rehabilitation and improvement of the city's water system is required to assure the safe and reliable delivery of water to the community. ~ ,~ ,..._ ,, ; ~ >. , ~ ~_ T - Relatfon ~~'~~: , ,~` F ~ shi a ~ns `' i' ; , ~_ ~.- ..p.. ._ G_. Ti~. Y~.ln :"l I~tE 1.~ ~ .TJ'•' ". ' .. i': _~._--~ This project is consistent with the goals of the water utility as articu{ated in the Boulder Revised Code and the Treated Water Master Plan. ~s• I j.l _.. ~ ~.pt' . -_- - _ 1~`' - ""~ai :~. ".-.~^ } ~ .. .1 i r. .. . . No additional public process is anticipated , _ r, . , ,,, ~„ _ ~.-. - ~ - - z ~ „ . _ , ~ ~ . ,a ~ , ~ . .. `ip:with Other Depa ~ ~ ' " 'M ` "' ~ - . . :,~ti . _. ::. ,. ~ ; ~ ~., a:.-:. ~.. _`. . - -~ :,,.". ~-.~ ~ µ ~_~.~,~ Transportation , ..._.. . , .._ . .....> s~~~+ ~e~._~:... . _. _ - _ . _, .. . ~ -...:~ - ~ .•,a,r.... ~. . _.. . _ ~ ~.. _ _. , Capital Funding Plan ~ 20U8 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding $0 $0 ,..~.~, ~0 $0 $0 ~.,~-..~ ~500,000 $500,000 - Change from Prior Year: $500,000 added in 2013 Annual On-going Operating Costs $0 Description: Source of Funding: Essential °ii : ~' ~~ ~"'_ Desirable %~ Discretionary %~~ Total ,I ^I I , ' ~ i ' 1 , ' ~ i 2008-2013 Capital improvements Program Pro}ect Status Report Department: Funding Source: Project Type: community. PW/ Water Utility Subcommunity: System-wide Water Utility Fund avcP,4rea: System-wide Existinq Faciiity -~?:~f,~ab ' Rep~~ir I Deficiency Correction of the city's water system is required to assure the safe and reliable delivery of water to the This project is consistent with the goals of the water utility as articulated in the Boulder Revised Code and the Treated Water Master Plan. ; ~, t t3~S .StBt _ ... ~ „ i ~.%~; },,,~, y ~ .... ~~Nd"~-~^w yv~ ""5"`:'3 i ~i: i ~.r.M. ~ ~. ~' ,r,-` ~ n .: t1S ISSl1BS:. ' ~ ~ a'-~' -a +~``''u~-e-c- .t - b ~x ~ 3. . ~:. ... . ... ~ e~-~... ,~--: .. . ~~ ~.,ry.,, . .r.'~- ..d~: ~,.. :~.er.3? .s~ '. .. . " :c.~.. sr.xr::.vY'z,~. ._ 9 :,;~ No additional public process is anticipated. .. _ ., ._ _ ~ ~-'.., _ ~ ~~ ..~_ - ~z...~ r ~~ ;"~ ~~r ~m~~~ ~~ ~ `~~,~ Refationshipw~,~~~ ~~~~finents: ~~,~ ~~~~ .~ ~ ~:~ _~ ~~ n ~ ~ ,~ , ---.. Transportation , Description: Source of Funding: No increase, funded by existing operating budget r ~.,..._.~._._____r_._._._....___,._ »_.. Essential % 100% Desirable % ~ ~ Discretionary Total % Pano 1 17 Change from Prior Year: Annual On-going Operating Costs $0 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report Department: Funding Source: Project Type: 'W/ Water Utility subcommuniry: System-wide Nater Utility Fund BvCPArea: System-wide =xisting Facility - Rehab ! Repair / Deficiency Correction CEAP Required: nJp CEAP Completed: NA This project provides for the rehabilitation and improvement to the Zone 3 transmission piping of the city's water system. An extensive network of transmission piping exists, some of which is over 50 years old. It is projected this piping will require replacement or other rehabilitation. t~t~Sustaina6iliry~~ J st' ~ tion ~r--- - ~' . . ~•~ ~ ~~=c . -. _. --. ~.,. :~.; ~ . Rehabilitation of the city's water system is required to assure the safe and reliable delivery of water to the community. This project is consistent with the goals of the water utility as articulated in the Boulder Revised Code and the Treated Water Master Plan. No additional public process is anticipated. Transportation - - - ~;~.~~ ~ - - Capital Fundi~g Plan 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding $0 $500,000 $0 $0 ~0 $0 $500,000 _._ ._,_ . . ,, .-, ,. ~ ~.. ~ . ,-r.. . ,_.... ~~.. _ Change from Prior Year: Annual On-going Operating Costs $o Description: No increase, funded by existing operating budget Source of Funding: . .. - -~~-- ;. - - ~ _~ ~-< ~ .~ ~ ~ usiness Plad PS. b ~ u ~ aces ; '. ` _ ` ~--=-- --~ _ ~_ . -_: ~- _ _.. ~~... _ ... ~=; - Essential % 100% Desirable %~ Discretionary %~ Total % 100% -- GREENWAYS 2008 - 2013 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM "" OVERVIEW The 2008 Qreenways Capital Improvements Program (CIP) budget is $450,000. The Greenways ~ CIP has been developed within the context of and is consistent with the Boulder Valley " Comprehensive Plan (BVCP), the Transportation Master Plan (TMP), the major draina~eway ^ plans and the Greenways Master Plan. '~ The city of Boulder Greenways System is comprised of a series of comdors along riparian areas ,,. including Boulder Creek and its tributaries, which provide an opportunity to integrate multiple objectives, including habitat protection, water quality enhancement, storm drainage and ~° floodplain management, alternative transportation routes for pedestrians and bicyclists, ,.. recreation and cultural resources. In order to maximize the overlap of objectives and to coordinate projects along the Greenways, identification of projects for the 2008-2013 Greenways ` CIP was done as a team effort, combining input from Flood Utilities, Transportation, Parks and ~. Recreation, Water Quality and Environmental Services, Environmental Affairs, Planning and Open Space and Mountain Parks. .. -- Transportation and flood utility projects were identified from the Transportation Master Plan, ~ and the major drainageway plans, and intra-departmental meetings to determine project priorities and timing. Private development activities were also evaluated. Many of the Greenways -- projects shown in the CIP aze being designed and constructed in coordination with major flood ,,,, or transportation improvements. The Greenways funding associated with these projects focuses on habitat restoration, water quality improvements and trail connections. In addition to ~^ leveraging funding with the Transportation and Flood Utilities budgets, Funding for Greenways ,~, projects is also available through the Urban Drainage and Flood Control District and Federal Transportation funds. ,. In addition to specific project funding for habitat restoration, $100,000 has been dedicated to habitat maintenance each year, with an additional $50,000 designated for miscellaneous habitat '"' restoration projects. Maintenance of the Greenways system was reviewed as part of the .. Greenways Master Plan update process. Funding for habitat maintenance was first aliocated in the 2002-2007 Greenways CIP to address deficiencies identified in the Greenways Master Plan. '~ The habitat maintenance program is currently being evaluated by an outside consultant. .. Recommendations will be made for future habitat maintenance funding, priorities and activities. " POLICY ISSUES ~ All projects in the 2008-2013 CIP will go through the CEAP process, either as part of a bigger ~ flood or transportation project or as a sepazate project as indicated on the project status reports. '~ HIGHLIGHTS Highlights of Greenways projects included in the 2008 CIP focus on the Elmer's Twomile Creek ~ corridor from Valmont Road to Glenwood Drive. Phase I of the Elmer's Twomile Creek project '~ has been funded in 2003 and 2004 through the Greenways CIP, in addition to Federal „~ transpor[ation funding. Federal funding for Phase II of this project has recently been granted. .. .. " Page 139 This project includes a trail connection, habitat restoration and flood improvemen[s. Similar improvements along Fourmile Creek between 26`" and 28`h Streets, through the Elks Park were included in 2009 and 2010. Improvements along Wonderland Creek are anticipated to occur starting in 2011. Flood improvements for all of these projects are bein~ funded through the Flood Utility. FINANCING Greenways projects aze funded from the Transportation Fund, Stormwater and Flood Management Utility Fund, and the Lottery Fund. Existing CTP expenditures aze estimated at $450,000 per year for the next six years. Annual funding distribution for the Greenways Program for 2008-2013 is as follows: Transportation - $150,000 Flood Utility - $150,000 Lottery Fund - $150,000 RELATIONSHIP TO OPERATING BUDGET The Greenways coiridors are currently maintained by several work groups within the city, as well as outside organizations. Tasks are divided up by geographical location as well as by function. The responsibility of each work group is described below: • Boulder County Parks and Open Space maintains the Boulder Creek path from the mouth of Boulder Canyon to Fournule Canyon. • The city's Parks and Recreation Department maintenance staff is responsible for maintenance of Greenways that traverse a city park, as well as the Boulder Creek Path from Eben Fine Park to 55`h Street. • The city's Street Maintenance is responsible for snow removal and general path maintenance (debris removal and sweeping) along all of the Greenways paths, except those portions of path maintained by the Parks Department. • The city's Open Space and Mountain Pazks Department is responsible for maintenance of natural, environmentally sensitive, or re-vegetated azeas on open space land and easements. Currently this includes portions of Boulder Creek east of 38`h Street and Arapahoe Avenue and portions of South Boulder Creek from KOA Lake to Marshall Road. • Flood Utility Maintenance is responsible for maintaining the flood carrying capacity of all of the Greenways channels, which primarily involves removing tree limbs and downed trees from obstructing the flow in the channels, removal of channel sediment, and bank stabilization. • Urban Drainage and Flood Control District (UDFCD) performs maintenance on sections of Boulder Creek and all tributaries included in the Greenways Program. • City Forestry, University of Colorado (CU), ditch companies, and Xcel Energy are also involved in maintenance along the Greenways. GREE1~iWAYS ADVISORY CONIMITTEE The Greenways Advisory Committee reviewed the Greenways CIP unanimously recommended approval of the CIP at its June 20, 2007 meeting. Page 14Q ~~ ~~ ~~ r ~ ~~ ~~ r~ E r ~~ r~ ~~~~ r~~ ~ ~~~ r ~ a e~ ~~ 2U08-2013 Capital Improvements Program Tributary Greenways oz-r«t-o~ 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Total Recommended Projected Projected Projected Projected Projected New Construction - Not Growth Related Elmers Two Mile Creek - Goose Creek ro Glenwood 195,000 0 0 0 0 0 195,000 Miscellaneous Resmrauon Rojects 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 300,000 Fourmile Canyon Creek - 26th [0 28th 0 195,000 195,000 0 0 0 390,000 Wonderland Creek Foothills to Diagonal 0 0 0 195,000 195,000 195,000 585,000 Total: 245,000 245,000 245,000 245,000 245,000 245,000 1,470,000 On-Going Projects Maintenance and Weed Conuol 100,000 100,000 (00,000 I00,000 I00,000 100,000 G00,000 Miscellaneous - Greenways Ope~ating 105,000 105,000 105,000 105,000 105,000 IOS,000 630,000 Total: 205,000 205,000 205,000 205,000 205,000 205,000 1,230,000 Totalfor Tribu[ary Greenways 450,000 450,000 450,000 450,000 450,000 450,000 2,700,000 Page 141 nzizoo~ Business Plan Budget Submission - Fiscally Constrained Plan 2006 ~ ~ ----- - - - ---- -- - ---Y- - - - - - ~I utary reenways Essential I Desirable I Discretionar I Total I P~o%ectType/Name Project# Funding % Funding % Funding % Funding % New Construction - Not Growth Related Elmers Two Mile Creek - Goose Creek to Glenwood $0 $195,000 100 % $0 $795,000 100 % Miscellaneous Restoration Projects $0 $50,000 100 % $0 $50,000 100 % On-Going Projects MaintenanceandWeedControl $0 $100,000 100% $0 $100,000 700%, Miscellaneous • Greenways Operating $0 $105 000 700% $0 $105 000 700 % ToWI for Tributary Greenways: $0 0%> $450,000 100% $0 0% $450,000 100%< ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ e ~ 1 ~ ~ ~ E ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ P in ~^ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 1 ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ City of Boulder Captial Improvement Projects, 2008 - 2013 PW/Tributary Greenways x ti - 1.eft Hand Creek O~,e~;'~ ~~ ~~ Sixmile ~oJO JG eek l . , pac9 - l_ ~ I\ 81: Elmers Two Mile Creek _ ) - Valmont to Glenwood T o^ 1 P 1i ~°F m ~ @ea~~ '- '•,C~e k yon . 1 ~BearCanyo~~~k,~i ~ "`-. ' Legend Year ot Project • 2008 •20W-2013 ~ 2008 =2009-2013 ~ moa ~Z(109-2073 ~ a -~ ~ 0 oc 86: Fourmile ~a°~ 26th t0 28th ~ ~ I ° ~ ~ Jay Rd urmile Cr ek g5: Wonderland Creek -' ~~(~y%""••-• Foothilis to Diagonal 1~ Goo~e Cr.:~ ~ `"~~: i ""' ~.~•~; , ( : -.~-a: ' {U; a ~~Gtee~~._: ' ~ : a v~dg~•:~ ~ ~~~ ~egKr ~ ~~'---~-~ Y=4=, ~ 1 ...~ ~` w o ~ a~i ~ o U t 7~8 =±~ ;~ ~. . ~ `~ ~ c~oo ~ ~ a : 3,`~;~ ,~ o - lU; m . ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ .f`e\e 8`%. \% ~ps^~'-~:-- l _~„_:li5,; ~, ~v.,----• ~~`~. > m( U~ ~ ~ ~r 5°„ ~hae Rd. O~ m~t-% ~_ G~e . 5 Boulder a` ~im ~- Pana 143 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report Pro)ectName,.,;~'-~ ~ ~~ ~'~~ ~= ~~`s` ~ PrqectNurtiberc `~Map-NUmber ~ - _ . ~._ ~ Elmers Two Mile Creek - Goose Cre~ek to Glenwood 81 r ~0~, ~ ~.~, DeQartment: Funding Source: Project Type: PW ( Tributary Greenways suecommuniry: Crossroads Tributary Greenways svcrarea: Area I New Construction - Not Growth Related CEAP Required: YBS CEAP Completed: M8y 2004 ,-. _s .: , ., . Pro~ect Descnption „~.° ~i ~- +: -.'°~~,~ v~' ",' . ~ --'-• .e ~ ~-. ~ . '. -: -~ , --- ~=; . _ .~ _ ~ M~:.~..~,~~. - .._ _. . _.,;~: . ~~. ._ ._. This project includes an off street trail connection, habitat and flood improvements. This project was originally aMicipated to be built +n two phases, but is now expected to be constructed '+n one phase. Total Greenways funding contributions including 2008 are $714,000. Flood Utilities will be contributing $4 million to this project and and $3,251,000 in Federal Transportation (TIP) funds has been approved for this project, with a total project cost of $8 million. Commu, n.i $ustamabiliry! Pro~ect JustifcaGOn ~ `~''~" "~ '~ - " ; " ~ -~ - -'~ . ~ "- ; -~,:.~x: ~.~..-.w.A, ~. . -'~ `'~ ~~~'.fi-.~.-._. . -~.~~.~~-...~.~~.-...._.v_ .~ _ ct .: _ This project supports the council goal of environmental sustainablity by improving off street trail connections and providing environmental restoration. YfsT.~~~}~A. k ' F ~ii Rela~nnsb~p toZVlastei~lans ~ ,z,;~~,&'~~ ~' :~- ~~ <~ e~~~ ~ ° _ _ . _. .«~..~ ~ ., .._.a,v..~,: ~ r~- ~ov.:.-a.~k;.~''.w~~ ,,..7 ch... _s .~ _ ._.-_,......~.r_ . ... .. _ . ~ ,__,. This proejct is listed in the Greenways Master Plan and the Transportation Master Plan. Public:Process;$tatus Issuesy ~' ~r~''"°"`xA"~~~^x{ ~. ` ~ x- ~ ,~*' s ~ ~~ y ~ . . , _ . . _ ,,,~<~ .,~..: ~~ _ , ._._ ~ . , _. .,.~, .~ The CEAP for this project was approved by the Greenways~Advisory Committee. (May 2004) Rel~tion~h~p'~withOtFierDepar[ments.._.~~t~~~zk`~.g.~~-~u-*~~n~.,,~._°'..-`~3-~,~ .k,',t~"w,`_...'... .~~.~u__.. _r_._. ~.____~ All work along the Greenways is coordinated through the Greenways staff group that includes representatives from the Open Space Department, Parks and Recreation Department, Environmental Affairs, Planning Department and Transportation and Utilities Divisions. ~-..,~,~ .. „ . u . ...~,~..,.,. ~ .~.~,~_ _~-~,~.~.,~,~~~„~r_~,.._, , .~~_ .._ _.,_ _ ~ ~ ~ ~_ ~ ~ Capital Funding Plan ;~ ~ 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding ~c ~ ~ 000 ' ~- $195 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $195 000 '' ; , ~ , ~ , -~~_~ Change from Prior Year: Annual On-going Operating Costs ~ $1,000 Description: Source of Funding: Essential % ~ flood maintenance, Desireble % 100% Discretionary %~ Paoe 144 Total % 100% "' W ~ Y1 ~ A r ~ r ~ A 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report ~ ~'~ ^,~;,`"~-?~'~y`,~s~z4a,~~,'!~~r,r,~aa S~'s ~ v, -+ -+ ~~ ~~~: ~ ~.-~ '~ -~'L.:-ast~'" s , ~ .,ti`t. `a _t ~ ~' r %F~r~ ' .. ,~Pro,~g. ENa`me.~,~:,~'~,F,.~',:,.,~,~~; ~°?';*.,, ~ `^~ a ^`„~r~~~z„<°#~, + k,~„-_y_~ ~Pro~eitNumbgr,z Pr,~Ma{i'Numben~. r~~ Fourmile Canyon Creek 26th to 28th ~th~ 86 ~ ,_ ~, .~ Department: Funding Source: Project Type: PW/ Tributary Greenways suncomm~ntry: ' North Boulder Tributary Greenways svcPa,rea: Area I New Construction - Not Growth Related ~ CEAP Required: Y8S CEAP Compieted: ar Pro e ~Desc"'~ i~ilO~n~~ ~` ~?.~ v ~"vr~~~•.z '~ ~4 a.t~ ~e,~"~' a " ~ ~~~~~~~ ;~; ~ ~'~ ~«~...~~`~r,~,~' i J . P ~;~ '*Y5 ~ .~'`~~,'~ ~ .,~%3`~+~'~;~.,~::,~="~~. .~ ~~` Project includes Improvements to Fourmile Creek, environmental restoration and an off-street trail connecting ""' 26th to 28th SVeets. These improvements will be done in conjunction with work being done by the Flood Utilities ~ Division and the Parks Department. 'C mo m~i]nilyS sta~„1 an 6iY y~(~ oj ct~,Justilfi~cabo~i ~' i'p~`~~.~ .^~_ .-~- w'si y~~" ~~'~~~~~'~'~'~`~:r~ ~-F:~~~~:~,;~.~.,~~E~ ~ ~ ~~ .~,..~.`~z~Y.3~~W„ ~~ - ~ ~ a~ ..,.~ ~..~. ~i£`z~ ~.s.:v- This project supports the Council goals of environmental sustainability and transportation by improving the off .. street trail connections and environmental restoration. ..~ ~. ~ ff , . This proejct is listed in the Greenways Master Plan and the Transportation Master Plan and the Fourmile Canyon ~ Creek Flood Mitigation Plan and the North Boulder Subcommunity Plan. y ~ Y~6t'S~A`"~PeT` f ~T~ii 't 'i- eiy' ._ - ~^- 'a ,,,, "P.ubic,.Proc,,.,~,es~,a fiu s~~ ,~_ ~"~,""`.~ r,~'~ ~*~~ z~.;e"~:..~~.,. `~"~.._...~ ,~ ~"<' ~!:.~#~g ,~°~~- .~~~:~#~~~`'~'~'~~°~-~s~ r ~. z€~~''~ ; zz° The CEAP for this project will be reviewed by the W ater Resources Advisory Board as part of the Fourmile Flood """ Mitigation Plan, with the Greenways Advisory Committee review a an information item. r~a:sve,=.~..m~ w~.a~*n~s~ d,'~~y `'K, ~' ~a` m?'~ /7 ~ A xK*~ x x' ~.,x Rw~ s g 71 "-z;.'. '3~ C~ a - Relat~onship-vritli, kNarfr - e.~~a~~ . r ,. . ,~.'~~~~ t-~,~a;.~ ~ ~.~ ,. :^~ g ~ ~~~~.~ a=~„~;e'~,:,~~ All work along the Greenways is coordinated through the Greenways staff group that includes representatives ` from the Open Space Department, Parks and Recreation Department, Environmental Affairs, Planning Department and Transportation and Utilities Divisions. ~ n~ ~, ~ __--- -._ ___.__ __._ _ _ ___~ ..__ _. ._,~~.~ Capital Funding Plan ~ $~ 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding ~ ~ ~ $0 $195,000 $195,000 $0 $0 $0 ~ $390,000 ~ "~ ,~„ .~ : ~,~.....,.,,~<.m.,.,.:.e,ss,,,..,,~.e~..~...., , „1„~ ,,,, Change from Prior Year. ., Annual On-going Operating Costs $1,000 Description: ~ Source of Funding: r v~ill be covered by existing maintenance budgets parks, flood maintenance, Greenways habitat ~ Essential % ~ Desireble % 100% Discretionary %~ ~ ~• ~ ~ ~ ~~ Total % ~ Page 145 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report Department: Funding Source: Project Type: 'W/ Tributary Greenways subcommuniry: System-wide Tributary Greenways svcanrea: System-wide ~n-Going Projects CEAP Required: rJp CEAP Completed: Proposed enhancements to maintenance practices along the Greenways will include weed control and maintaining the stream corridor for habitat. Specific tasks include retaining a summer crew, purchase of equipment, control and removal of noxious weeds, and planting of natives to discourage re-establishment of weeds. Comm n ,Sustainabili /RroectJushficatton~`"~ '"`4"~'~''`~ s~i.~~ ~-` ~~ ~ ~~~ ~ ~+F~~ ;~~~- t~' h'~. ,~~'2,~„a..~ ~,~_. ~~ .~`~~~~~~ti~~~~`+.~~ ~~.~a Maintenance of the Greenways for habitat supports the Council goal of environmental sustainability. Maintenance and weed control are important components of the Greenways Master Plan update. -Z3`3'+" _a"- `PublicPro s-SWtus Issues~{ °" , '~y, ?~~, ~;.~~~,w ~.:~~~ ~. ~ ,~3 ~s? ;. ._~,_ _ ._____._. W eed conirol efforts will begin by concentrating on lands owned and managed by the City. _. , Relabdnship with Other~DePartments z, ~~~~':~`~T"'~~'`3.~~~~~~".~.'~'~-~'."'~,~..~~ ~, - ° '~ .- .~ ~-.-~~. ~ , - .... - _ - . .~ ~ ~ ~5 , ..~.~,w~=~ .a~~_~g .~,r c r....a.._ .~.,:. The weed control plan for Greenways will be developed with input from the Open Space Department, the Parks Department, and Boulder County. Initial weed control efforts will be performed on City owned properties, therefore the projects will be coordinated with the managing department. Capital Funding Plan 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding $100,000 $100,000 $100,000 $100,000 $100,000 $100,000 $600,000 Change from Prior Year: Annual On-going Operating Costs ~ Description: This funding provides annual operating costs for maintaining the Greenways habitat. Source of Punding: Essential % C~ Desirable % 100% Discretionary %~ Total % 100% ~ w ~ iw .r ~ r ~ r 'AI~ ~III Page 146 r ~ r 2008 2013 Capital Improvements Program Pro~ect Status Report - #~u,•~'s. t w - ~.,f o w ~ r a ~ v b ~~}s~"t~"vr n~ Fj ~ ~ m =. *s ~+ , x+~. ~, ~Y~`*t M _ @g'~ ~~v s,~„ k~`~*ac .Y'~'A rY Y~' ,A ~tk ~ JT~'°: ~ .i "~.~, r:1..~,-, yg 'k'~-~ ,~i Yc Pro~ectName ,~„~ ~„„~;~,w ' ,, ~ ~~~ ;,~`~,r;.„,~~~'~;, ,,_;5„~,~.,~,;",`,;,..,;~,~'~~~Projeyt.Number:_~~Map'NUr~iber;~~~~';. ;~ Miscellaneous - Greenways Operating }F ~ µ~0a=°~;^. ~~,..,.~ - = w~,., - ~.,,~.m Department: Funding Source: ProjectType: PW/ Tributary Greenways subcommunity: System-wide Tributary Greenways svcPnrea: System-wide On-Going Projects .. CEAP Required: NO CEAP Compieted: ^' Pro eck~D~~`~~~~~~~ ,~°`~"~:e=~:'~:~~"; 7~ s~;s"` ';`5~" y:a^a _,,r..~„aw.~c..ss.v .'-"ea'u~ ~=y:'_i' &. ~ ~Y~~";N}ce ~ ".3"~v';j, a. ...~. _ `2TU.. General administration of the program including salaries, as well as small capital projects including rest areas and "" signage; Miscellaneous trail connections and improvements. ~ ~ ~` - ' .. ... .. .. .....:~~~ ,.. .. _ _ ^~;~~~,:~.er~°~. . . ., v-~~„ =a ~ ~-~3~:-- ^~ ~ ~-~.. ~ These funds are required for the continuation of the Greenways Program ~R a fo .~h_ipxmMaster„PI ns• - ~ ~~~i~; ~'"~ ~ ~~ Improvements made would follow the recommendations of the Greenways Master Plan. ~ ~eP.~iitil7~`c"Proces~sta s„is.~sues~,,,. ,~~'~~.~ ~~„~~,~' - .~,~ r Any improvement that would have an impact on the public or an adjacent property owner would involve public r „ ~.~.~..,.~..~~,~..~~+~-~~ad.,n,a,~ w.~,...,N,~:~ _~.~.,,~.~.,~..~ .~~..,,-,...~~.;,~..~,_~..~..~.,~,.,w„~..,.y~..~,-,-~.~~.~,,.~~.H.~.,x;,.._y...,. ' ~~Capital Funding Plan ,~~,r,` ~ ~ 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding ~~ ~ $105 000 $105 000 $105 000 $105 000 $105 000 $105,000 $630,000 ~ ` , , , , , ~,_~ ~~,~ ..~, ~ .. .. r ~ 1~111 ~ W ~ ~ r r ~ W ~ r Change from Prior Year: Annual Onyoing Operating Costs Description: Source of Funding: Essential % ~ Desirable % 100% Discretionary %~ Pana 7d7 Total % 100% 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report ,y~ ~ - . F . ' £ ~~^ °' ' e ~' ' ' ~ite~AY~~~~' w ~._~,y'3 '~'-S+ri"~'~s-'~' s'S~g.a, -,~ „-:. ~ ~ -`?~ A t `. ~ ' ~~ ^ ~ ~ = ` ~ P ~o, l ct;~ame~, s_-_, ~ , ~~.q,~ ~ roject Number-~ ~fMap;Number _ _ ,~ r.w~~.~z ~£ ~ ~r ~~..~ ~ > Miscellaneous Restoration Pro~ects ~~~ ~ : r~ ~ ~,~.~, - Department: Fundiag Source: Project 7ype: 'W/ Tributary Greenways suecommuniry: System-wide ~ributary Greenways svcParea: System-wide Vew Construction - Not Growth Related CEAP Required: No CEAP Completed: Projec! Desc~~ption s,~~ '~ ~r ~ ~ ;.. -°~"`' ,~ x - .,~ `~" ~ .~ `• '" ~ ?,~ u.,F...a, • _ . ....t.~a:.xl~~~-.~, ~~~ ~~~~.~3~~~.s,~~v.~~ ..~ .4,~~~..,w~.3~`-~:._..:,,.~. ~~„- Miscellaneous habitat resoration projects in conjunction with Parks and Open Space departments. Greenways staff is currently working with Biohabitats Incorporated to develop a work pfan of projects to address. *°~.~',~sg~:~-,,:°x?~c.~_~x~..,.. a ,tro..~ ~ w~-€' '~'- 'k~r. a x : - ~Comm mty,Sustaina6'I~ty/ProjeRl°'Jpeliflcafion: ~ ~g'~~ ~ `~` ~,~,~ r~ 'U,~: '' `~``-~~. ,~~~~c, ,.:~...~' ~.~,<.~,a~. ~ 1 ~,- "~:~`~'d,~ s,~.~' ~_~~~`~ ~.~,~.~. ,~. .~ _ _ ~ _,.a _. Maintenance of the Greenways habitat supports the Council goal of environmental sustainability. Habitat resoration projects are listed in the Greenways Master Plan Projects will be coordinated with Parks and Open Space Resoration Projects are developed with input from the City's Open Space Department, the Parks Department, Boulder County and the Environmental Affairs program. ' ~ ~ Capital Funding Plan -, "t ~ 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding ~ ~~ $50 000 $50 000 $50 000 $50 000 000 $50 000 $50 000 $300 ~ , , , , , , , F, ~ ~~~.,~,_-~.e,~~~.-.~.,.....,>e~,~~_xaa~ ~.~.~o~,.,~.,:,__~~,~~q~.,,r~n.~,..~,,.~,.a..~..~_~~,,.~,~N..~,,~,,,~~~~.~ Change from Prior Year: Annual On-going Operating Costs $0 Description: Source of Funding: Greenways habitat maintenance Essential % ~ Desirable % 100°/a Discretionary °/a ~ Pane 1dA Total % 100% w .. w r 11I~ r rw ~ ~ A r ~ ~ .. ~ .R +~r 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report ~.~Pro~'~ecCNa~ne~~'a"~'~~""~'~'~.~~.~ ~.~~/~ ~«~~':~.u~~'r.~F~`~~s° ~~~i'~'~`,7~~~r~~ ~e"~cfNumbei:'~~"~~ M~P~Numbeat~'~..°: ~ ~: !.,_.,.,...._.. .s ,n.. , . ~.,t, '~~'`~: r~.i~q~ e s , ,~ r-~ r ,..~ r.~. ~ ~- ^r .~ ' ; Wonderland Creek Foothills to Diagonal ~ ~x 85 a; ~,,..,4n.,.~.,.. ,_. ..~,..,, _~,..>. ~.,.,-:,. :.,~.,...-..~,~..>.:.,x~.,, ~~~~~ :a Department: Funding Source: Project Type: PW/ Tributary Greenways subcommunity: Crossroads Tributary Greenways evcPaea: Area I New Construction - Not Growth Related ^ CEAP Required: YeS CEAP Completed: aq..mawr-~. 3r*S *A c~+.+~ 'FS `L'~ ' fi'~'^'( ' R r ProjeEtAescnption ~ ~ . ~`r-,r~".~,,~''~;r'x~~~' ' ~ ~ ~' .~,~'~-;~~~ e :~"~;, ~' ~ ~;~~,~ „ ~ .~~ ~n_ ~,...wcir+~ l . ~`3. > ~ a.~,..sav.3~ ~ ,~'°s+,.,.rz, u~+ ?4'avw ~ ~ ..3'~ , ..._.~..~5-s....~' This project includes an off-street trail connection along Wonderland Creek between Foothills Parkway and the "' Diagonal Highway, environmental preservation, habitat restoration, and water quality best management practices ~Y (BMPs) in conjunction with flood improvements. ~ This project supports the Council goals of environmental sustainability and transportation by improving the off- „~ street trail system and including environmental restoration of the stream corridor. w This project is listed in the Greenways Master Plan and the Transportation Master Plan and Wonderland Creek .. Flood Management Plan. ~- a:~:~._----~- --~sr ~:;.~;._~:; ~n --,~~~:..~ - ~ .~a,.:~-x: The CEAP forthis project will go to the Water Resources Advisory Board as part of the Wonderland Creek Fiood `- Management Plan, with the Greenways Advisory Committee review as an information item. Costs of underpasses and major flood improvements are not included as part of the Greenways CIP. ~ ,~.a,;xwr^~..-~r~+a~^~.~.;~'*a'^-a*c~'~s~ . : '..~°'.e~T^'~,~,:;rz -~: ^~'~ ri^, ~ _ -~- - '~±~ ^~-.,"^'n' wa's-'~~- ~Re~,.,.lati..on5tii`p~+i,itl~Ot er.~e..,.pa~ents'"-'~,~~ .~~„ ,.MR ~~;..,-. "`' ..~`~"~..?~zs~ " All work along the Greenways is coordinated through the Greenways staff group that includes representatives ~ from the Open Space Department, Parks and Recreation Department, Environmental Affairs, Planning Department and Transportation and Utilities Divisions. " ;~ - ~,,~... ~~._,,~.,,,,.o.~,~~,~. ~..~.~,.~,.~.~:.~,. ,_ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ Capital Funding Plan ~ ~ ;~, 2008 2009 2010 2017 2012 2013 Planned Funding ~ ~ ~ $0 $0 $0 $195 000 $195 000 $195 000 $585 000 ~ , , , , ,. ~ ~~.~.~N_„p~ ~.~ .. r ~ ~ ~ r s r ~ r r+ ~ Change from Prior Year: Annual On-going Operating Costs Description: Source of Funding: ~will be covered by existing maintenance budgets ~ Essential % ~ Desirable % 100% Discretionary %~ Total % 100% Panw 1dQ r .~s -- .25 CENT SALES TAX FUND & PERMANENT PARK AND RECREATION FUND ~ 2008 - 2013 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAMS ~ June 2007 ~ OVERVIEW ..~ .. The 2008 .25 Cent Sales Tax Fund and the Permanent Park and Recreation Fund Capital Improvements Program (CIP) is $2,275,000. The Park and Recreation Department's Capital ~ Improvement Program (CIP) has been developed to meet the vision and goals of the 2006 Parks -• and Recreation Master Plan. The master plan includes criteria to prioritize pazk development ,,,, which include community need, identifying underserved azeas, evaluating opportunities and consideration of constraints relative to constructing undeveloped park land. The criteria are '"' flexible to allow the department to respond to changing community needs. New park needs will ~ be identified through azea plans as land use and zoning changes may allow for higher density housing in areas such as the Transit Village Area where residential uses were not anticipated. The ` park development prioritization will be evaluated annually as part of the CIP budget process as ~- well as whenever a significant event occurs or a development constraint is resolved ~ The development of new recreation facilities was identified in the action and vision plans of the "' 2006 Parks and Recreation Master Plan. The renovation and enhancement of aging, inadequate recreational facilities at the Boulder Reservoir and Flatirons Golf Course was identified as a ~ priority due to both safety issues and the departmenYs financia] reliance on revenue generated at "' these facilities. All CIP projects are prioritized based on health and safety concerns, ADA ~, compliance, and replacement of existing equipment and infrastructure necessary to ensure ongoing operations. .. POLICY ISSLJES ~ The Pazks and Recreation Advisory Board (PRAB) and departmental staff believe that it is ~ crucial to identify park maintenance funding for projects constructed by the Permanent Parks and ~ Recreation Fund. As a capital improvement fund, the Permanent Parks and Recreation Fund can not be utilized to fund ongoing operations and maintenance functions. The General Fund is "' intended to provide maintenance funding for projects built with the Permanent Parks and .. Recreation Fund. The department receives general fund monies, however, at this time the amount is not sufficient to cover maintenance for new parks. The availability of maintenance funding is "~ one of the criteria for prioritizing park development and the department is open to partnerships ~+ for park maintenance. ~ ^ ~ .. i Pane 150 HIGHLIGHTS For 2008 and future years, three funds (L,ottery, Permanent Park and Recreation and the .25 Cent Sales Tax) have been considered jointly to provide funding levels for CIP and non-CIP capital projects. In addition, major refurbishment and renovation projects (over $50,~~~) are also identified individually in the CIP this year. In some cases, funds are allocated and continue to accumulate so the project can be undertaken. The following are the major CTP projects in the three funds: 2008 CIP Fundine Dakota Ridge Pocket Park Violet Neighborhood Park (a portion in conjunction with anticipated private development) East Boulder Community Pazk Recreation Center/Pool Improvements Flatirons Golf Course Improvements Boulder Reservoir Improvements Foothills Community Park - Phase III Iris Center Parking Lot Harlow Platts Park Wonderland Lake Park Unanticipated Opportunities 2009 to 2013 CIP Fundina Mesa Memoria] Pocket Pazk Hickory Pocket Park Elks Neighborhood Pazk Violet Neighborhood Park East Boulder Community Pazk Foothills Community Pazk - Phase III Wonderland Lake Park Recreation Facilities Improvements Recreation CenterJPoo] Improvements F7atirons Golf Course Improvements Boulder Reservoir Improvements Unanticipated Opportunities For the purposes of the Capital Improvement Program (CIP), staff has included only projects which meet the CIP definition. Non-project specific fund accumulations, where no actual project is being proposed in a given year (such as the Art in the Pazk project) have not been inciuded in the CIP. The department has continued to prioritize taking care of the existing system through the capital refurbishment and renovation program. Although these projects do not technically meet the CIP definition, capital funds are planned to be expended to replace and renovate park and recreation infrastructure, such as playgrounds, shelters, irrigation systems, gymnasium floors, docks and Paoe 151 ~ ~ ... walkways. The department has allocated Facilities and Asset Management (FAM) funding for On-going and Major Maintenance from its .25 Cent Sales Tax Fund. Urban Park and Recreation ~ Facility renovation and refurbishment funding has been dedicated to help the department address +~ the backlog of defeired maintenance, replace aging infrastructure and resolve safety and environmental issues. For 2008, the budget for capital renovation projects (including ~ replacement of playgrounds, irrigation systems, docks, sidewalks and parking lots) and FAM's ^ portion of the .25 Cent Sales Tax has been increased totals $881,000. ,. FINANCING .., The revenues from the .25 Cent Sales Tax aze estimated based on citywide sales tax projections. The .25 Cent Sales Tax revenues were pledged for "... Payment for the principal, interest, and ~ premium, is 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 pazk complex; improvements to recreation centers and '"' development of new recreation projects to be deternuned in the future through the Master ., Planning Process by the City Council; maintenance of the community park in north Boulder; development of a mountain pazks environmental education program; and for the renovation of "' city-owned historical and cultural facilities; with the remainder being dedicated for parks and .. recreation purposes..." (Ballot language) ~ The Permanent Pazk 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. The fund also includes revenues from a portion of a ~ development excise tax 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 ~, that 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) Funds are used for ~` CIP projects and capital renovations (operating budget) of existing facilities for items based on ,.. the $50,000 CIP definition. .. - RELATIONSHIP TO OPERATING BUDGET ~ The .25 Cent Sales Tax ballot language specified that funding for the operating costs for new "' park development construction could be allocated from the sales tax fund. The operating costs ,.. for renovation/refurbishment projects aze expected to remain the same but increase annually for inflation. Any increased operating and maintenance budget impacts from new park development ~ or facili[y changes are either absorbed within the current operation budget or recommended for r increased .25 Cent Sales Tax Fund allocations addressed through the city's business plan and budget process. ^ "~ As a capital improvement fund, the Permanent Parks and Recreation Fund cannot be utilized to ~ fund ongoing operations and maintenance functions. Additional monies from the city's general fund or other sources will be needed to fund operations and maintenance of new facilities. .. Paae 152 ~ ~ . BU5INESS PLAN ~ The department's investment strategy aiigns with the city's business plan and the department's master plan. CIP projects are categorized as essential and desirable based on the following ~ parameters: ~ ~ 1.) Essential projects are provided to ensure general health and safety maintenance, facility repair, and ADA requirements (accessibility and inclusion). ` 2.) Desirable projects are provided to expand the system to meet ballot measure ~ commitments, to sustain the community's parks and recreation assets, and to achieve or ~ maintain industry standards. ~ PARKS AND RECREATION ADVISORY BOARD RECOMMENDATION ,,, The PRAB reviewed and recommended approval of the draft 2008-2013 Parks and Recreation ~ Capital Improvements Program (CIP) at its May 21, 2007 meeting. The PRAB expressed ., support for continuing to allocate funds to the Unanticipated Opportunities allocation. Several PRAB members expressed the desire that these funds could be used to develop a portion of ~ Valmont City Park when the pazk master plan is updated. Staff confirmed that the portion of .P Unanticipated Opportunities funds provided by the Permanent Parks and Recreation Fund would require the PRAB's approval once a specific project had been identified. ~ ~ Paae 153 w w ~ ~ ~ ~ A r A ` ~ r M r A r ~ ~r ~ ~ i i C 1 [ 1 f i i i I 1 1 1 !! 1 1 I 1 ! 1 I I t i 1! 4 T R i t 1 f 1 f 1 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Permanent Parks & Recreation Pund oz-/ut-o~ 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Total Recommended Projected Projected Projected Projected Projected Existing Facility - Enhancements / Upgrades Flanrons Golf Course Improvements PP&R I50,000 100,000 100,000 50,000 50.000 50,000 500,000 Recrea[ion Facility Improvement PP&R 0 0 0 700,000 0 0 700,000 Total: 150,000 100,000 100,000 750,000 50,000 50,000 1,200,000 Existing Facility - Rehab / Repair / De6ciency Correction Bouider Reservoir Improvements Harlow Platts Park Wondedand Lake Park Total: New Construction - Growth Related Facility / Additions East Boulder Community Park PP&R Foothills Community Park- PP&R TO[81: New Construction - Not Growth Rela[ed Violet Neighborhood Park Total: On-Going Projects Unanticipated Oppormni[ies - PP&R Total: 220,000 250,000 I50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 770,000 135,000 0 0 0 0 0 135,000 100,000 228,000 0 0 0 0 328,000 455,000 478,000 150,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 1,233,000 470,000 650,000 500,000 300,000 0 0 1,920,000 125,000 500,000 500,000 0 0 500,000 1,625,000 595,000 1,150,000 1,000,000 300,000 0 500,000 3,545,000 100,000 0 0 0 800,000 700,000 I,G00,000 100,000 0 0 0 800,000 700,000 1,600,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100.000 100,000 G00,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 600,000 Page 154 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Permanent Parks & Recreation Fund oz-~L~[-o~ 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Total Recommended Projected Projected Projected Projected Projected Total for Permanent Parks & Recreation Fund 1,400,000 1,528,000 1,350,000 1,200,000 1,000,000 1,400,000 8,178,000 I~ [ ~ / i I 1 t 1 t~ [! ~ 1 !~ P~~ ~~ f~ E! 1! [/ i Z ~# [ 1 1~ 1 1 f t [~ i! I 1 F i [ t [ 1 1~ ! 1 [ 1 t I [ I ( 1 1 ( [ 1 1 1 t 1 1 1 1 t 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Parks & Recreation 1995 Ballot oz-/ut-o~ 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Total Recommended Projected Projected Projected Projected Projected Ezisting Facility - Enhancements / Upgrades Recreation CenredPool lmprovements .25 Sales Tax 250,000 I50,000 150,000 0 100,000 650,000 1,300,000 Total: 250,000 150,000 150,000 0 100,000 650,000 1,300,000 Existing Facility - Rehab! Repair / Deficiency Correction Iris Parking 75,000 0 0 0 0 0 75,000 Total: 75,000 0 0 0 0 0 75,000 New Construction - Growth Related Facility / Addi[ions Dakota Ridge Pceket Park 400,000 0 0 0 0 0 400,000 Total: 400,000 0 0 0 0 0 400,000 New Construction - ~lot Growth Related Mesa Memorial Pocket Park 0 350,000 200,000 0 0 0 550,000 Elks Neighborhood Park 0 0 800,000 I,000,000 1.200,000 200,000 3,?00,000 Hickory Pocket Park 0 0 200,000 0 0 0 200,000 Ughting Ordinanre Compliance 0 0 0 0 0 330,000 330,000 Total: 0 350,000 1,200,000 1,000,000 1,200,000 530,000 4,280,000 On-Going Projects Unan[icipatedOppormnities 150,000 250,000 100,000 100,000 0 ]00,000 700,000 Total: 150,000 250,000 100,000 100,000 0 100,000 700,000 Page 156 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Parks & Recreation 1995 Ballot oz-~~<<-o~ 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Total Recommended Projected Projected Projected Projected Projected Total for Parks & Recrea[ion 1995 Ballot 875,000 750,000 1,450,000 1,100,000 1,300,000 1,250,000 6,755,000 [ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ r ~ w ~ r ~ ~ ~ r ~ ~ ~ P~t~ ' ~' r !~ r ~ ~ ~ ~ a ~ ~ ~ i i ~ R ^ ~ ~ ( 1 I 1 1 1 ! 1 1 1 ( i t! ( 1 1 1 i I f t ! 1 1 1 1 i t i ( 1 1 1 f 1 1 1 ~/v2oo~ Business Plan Budget Submission _ Fiscally Constrained Plan 2ooa - - - - --- - - - - -- - - -- ParkS & ReCI'eatlOn 995 Ballot ~ Essential ~ Desirable ~ Discretionary I Total I Existing Facltity - Enhancements / Upgredes RecreationCenter/Poollmprovemenis .25SalesTax $62,500 25% $787,500 75% $0 $250,000 100% Existing Facility- Rehab / Repair / Deficiency Correction IrisParking $75,000 100% $0 $0 $75,000 700% New Construction - Growth Related Facility/ Atlditions Dakota Ridge Pocke[ Total for Parks & Recreation 1995 Ballot: $137,500 16 % $737,500 84 % $0 0% 5875,000 100%< Page 158 7/y2007 Permanent Parks & Recreation Fund Business Plan Budget Submission Fiscally Constrained Plan 2ooa f Essential 1 'raiect N Funtling % Existing Facility - Enhancements / Flatirons Golf Course Improvem PP&R Existing Facility- Rehab! Repair / Deficiency Correction $0 I I $1 ------ ~ - - - - --- ----- --- ~ Desirable f Discretianary rding % Funtling % 12,500 75% $37,500 25% Total Funding % $150.000 700% Boulder~Reservoirlmprovements $0 $165,000 75% $55,000 25% $220,000 100% HarlowPlattsPark $33,750 25% $101,250 75% $0 $135,000 700% WonderlandLakePark $25,000 25% $75,000 75% $0 $100,000 700% New Construc[ion - Growth Related Facility / Adtlitions East Boulder Community Park PP&R $0 $470,000 100 % $0 $470,000 100 %' Foothills Community Park- PP&R $0 $125,000 700% $0 $125,000 100 % New Construction - Not Growth Related VioletNeighborhoodPark $25,000 25% $75,000 75% $0 $100,000 700% PP&R Total for Permanent Parks & Recreation Fund: $83,750 6% $1,223,750 87%< 592,500 7% $1,400,000 700 % { i ! 1 [ ~ t 1 I ^ 1 1 ! ! t 1 t ~ P~ '~ t ~ t ! i 1 ! ~ / ~ ( ! ! i t l ! ~ _ _ ~ _ ~ .~ ~ .. r ~ .. r w .. ~ ~ ~ r. ~ ~ .. r ~ .,. ~ r .. ~ w W n~. r City of Boulder Captial Improvement Projects, 2008 - 2013 Parks & Recreation 1: Dakota Ridge Pocket Park 2: Wonderland Lake Park ~ 103: Iris Parking ~ 6: Foothills Community Park 9: Boulder Reservoir Improvements / a~ ' ~,°c ~ ~~a ~ ~ 10: Violet Neighborhood Park 8: Elks Neighborhood Park Rd o i 7: Hickory Pocket Park ol~~ 5: Flatiron Golf Course ~ E Improvements 4: East Boulder Community Park 3: Mesa Memorial Pocket Park Legend Year of Project ~ 2008 ~ 2009-2013 ~ ~~ =Z009~2013 ~ 2008 ~20012013 i 11: Harlow Piatts Park 36 S Boulder Page 16 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report Pro~ect;Name . ',,' a * ,:.K~ ..:. ~'~~;~ -~~ ~ ~ .~. . - e ,~ .. ~ ~ ~ a3 ~ ` ~- ,~, - - `~ ~, ~ „~~ , ~ .._ ~ ~, _Pro~ecRNpmb,er , Map Number -- s", - ~ ~ Boulder Reservoir Improvements 9 ~~ „,~..~5~~ :.:... ...... . . ..r.;, .:~..,.:_~,x.-n.~~.._.,,.- ~~ O;t. Department: Funding Source: Project Type: Parks & Recreation subcommuniry: North Boulder Permanent Parks & Recreation Fund avcPaea: Area III Existing Facility - Rehab / Repair / Deficiency Correction CEAP Required: rJp CEAP Completed: Proje ~Descr ption ~.:,_ r r: ~~ ~ ~ ~~u~ '~'~:~,-,~~z~ ~ _ .,~~i~~~~-~ ~:~'~ . ~~ ~~:~:,,~v~.~`s,?€;~'S; ~.'. ~~ ~-`~,~~ _ Funding will be used to address deferred capital needs and major capital improvements andior facility renovations at the Boulder Reservoir. Specific projects will likely include entry way improvements off of 51 st, gatehouse renovations, an ADA-accessible playground, signage improvments, marina, main office, concession and restroom renovations, docks and walkways replacement and permanent picnic shelters. An analysis will evaluate the feasibility of constructing a permanent or temporary stage with the goal of attracting and retaining more special events. The department seeks to retain current revenue streams and enhance economic vitality efforts by transforming the Boulder Reservoir into a unique community venue. In addition to the departmenYs master plan, a business plan for the Reservoir will be developed to evaluate the feasibility of the site, renovation costs and potential increased revenue streams. The business plan and renovation work will involve all city stakeholders, including Police, Fire, Transportation, Utilities, Planning, Finance and the City Manager's O~ce, to ensure a common shared vision of the Boulder Reservoir. As specific projects are identified, staff will show projects on an individual basis within the CIP process. Commun~ry Sustainabdity1 Pro~ect~Justif t~~on~i~' ~ ~j,~~+~~.~ : ` " i~~,.~"-~- ~~~~-~ '°~, -~~~°Y ~ r.~ ~ °"~`~~~~ ~~;~; . > ~.,;~-,€x_ .~a , ~~.''~. ~_~~ . "~:.~ Environmental Sustainability: Facility renovations will be designed and constructed to address environmental sustainability. Approaches to be considered in every project will include efficient use of energy and water, use of renewable energy sources, use of recycled products, recycling within the building operation plan, and long term durability. Economic Sustainability: Quality recreation facilities and programs contribute to the economic viability of the community. Social Sustainability: Quality recreation facilities contribute to and enhance our quality of life and allow the department to engage a broader range of the community. The Parks and Recreation Master Plan identified the need to maintain and renovate facilities, as well as invest in facilities and programs that offer opportunities to increase revenues. ~--,~ .~~- ~„ ~ ~ -~ _ ->~S = ~ Public P~ocess StaWs;.l~ssu~es ~~`~ " °~' - ' .~ 4~~~.~~,k~%~ ~' s ~.~- As the scope of work is defined the necessity of a CEAP or other public review will be determined. Parks and Recreation will primarily coordinate and collaborate with Utilities, Fire, Planning, Police, Open Space, FAM, Transportation and any other identified departmental stakeholders will be involved in project discussions. ~o . ,.~ - " _ - ~~.~ .~ .~~~,,.~~,~m,~ - ~„~,~~a.. _ ~.~, ~ ~~ -,', CaQital Funding Plan ~ 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding ~: ~ $220,000 $250,000 $150,000 $50,000 $50,000 $50,000 $770,000 ~ ~e~~,~nh,~~,a,~ .~m.~,~,~~~ .~„~,~.,,~- ~~..,~,~x.~e~~,~~. ~,.,~.:~~-,x~.,..~,.~ Change from Prior Year: Annual On-going Operating Costs Description: Source of Funding: will be Fund at are =a:,ves--zc¢~-"~'~'-:.~._, ~ r .t-o..~ , x ~s - ~~ rt h.~'~ff.4~~.~. '4 ~. ^z =n.~~' . ;.~. ' Busm~,es~°P.~Ian,Pnontizafion ofi~5ery~ce's~ . ~~~ ~y ~~€,.,~ ~ '~~'~a~~ -~ -~~~s Essential %~ Desirable % 75% Discretionary % 25% Total % 100% Page 161 ~ ~ ^ ~ ~ ~ 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report ~ i ~ i~5,~'.,~s v~ s+ =%`~w 'k~ ~s ~~„~ F ,~^,~'~, ~r s.~. .P~,+' ~~u -s' _ ~`n '~n ~ ,5,~ ''',~:~b~t'.x~W, e ~ ~ProJecrName~„.;~'~.„~ ~,,„~£,,~;a~,;!~~~""~~~,t~i~.,,~.~'.~'.~,-~_*,~A.~;;~`~~',>..~~~,~','w~.,, v~'?'~ PfalectNufiber-.~ , Map'~Nomber~"'~ 3 Dakota Rid e Pocket Park 1 ~ 9 ,0~ ~~ r,,, .~.,~,~ . ~ ~.s~ . - Department: Funding Source: Project Type: Parks & Recreation subcommuniry: North Boulder Parks & Recreation 1995 Ballot svcPnrea: Area I New Construction - Growth Related Facility / Additions ,~ CEAP Required: NO CEAP Completed: ~.+cn ~z~,~».~-,-,~,-,_. ,-:f: - ~~ : . t. ~-~m -, ~ r f?c,~,o,~ect D-~ rip~t~o~nb~~~'„~ "` ~- ~ _ ~,~ The Dakota Ridge pocket park is a 3.1 acre site located at 5th Street and Dakota Boulevard. Dakota Ridge has ^ been prioritized for design and development beginning in 2008 because the neighborhood is underserved and the project helps fulfill the requirement from the 1995 ballot issue. The park design will incorporate public process to ` determine the park needs of the Dakota Ridge community. The department has $602,300 in carry-over funds ,~ from approved allocations i~ 2006 and prior years. ~~~ , ~ ~.. . ommuni Sustainabi~iry,~ P~r~`o~ject.JustificatiQn - - ~~.f .. T Environmental sustainability: Design, development, and maintenance of new park sites will meet current city ,,., codes, strive to meet environmental goals and utilize best management practices. Economic Sustainability: A quality parks and recreation system contributes to the economic viability of the communiry. Development of some `~ park sites fulfilis the commitments made under the 1995 .25 Cent Sales Tax. Social Sustainability: Park sites are community gathering places. Development of this park site will meet the standard of 1.5 acres of pocket park ^" per 1000 population, and be within the walking distance standard of 1/4 miles. ~ ~r~*p~.z~~~s~*a~.'-~;.au~ .a ^'AF4~1~S~"~:. 'c2Tk.1s'S.. _ ~r3~~x-- ~",..,~~"'n~~'~ ~'~"e' g~~c,~. .y~. Rel,a.~_o.nsh~q;t~,o,Mast~^P~la,.~.,ns#,~w~" z~~ , e` ~ s .e,~a ~''~~,'' The Parks and Recreation Master Plan identified the need to develop existing and newly acquired undeveloped "~ park sites to meet underserved neighborhoods and park service standards. •` ~Pu61i.~ ,~r.a'~~e.asy, atus; ls'sua~«. eg~" ~ ,~ ~"" '"~ ,~_ ~~. - .r. . - - ,'~.5~~''~ ~~ ~„ As the scope of work is defined the specific public review process will be determined. The park design process will include public involvement to get community input into the design of the park. n" n,..; ,r ,Tm'v~-us:r,~t-'~e..c^~..~'h .~~"+L . -''` ;ct~ ~ ~Relationship wit~i Other De~artme~ts ~~~~ ~ ~' e ~.~~ .~ Parks and Recreation will coordinate with Planning and Transportation as necessary ~.~.P;~.~.~..~.,~,.,_..-~~.~...~~~~.,,~s~.~.~.,~„~, ~~~~~~.~.,.~.~~..-,~,~_ ~ ,~,y<~.,~ "" Capital Funding Plan ' ~§ 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 PlannedFunding ~ $400,000 $0 ~ $0 $0 $0 $0 $400,000 +~- »~ -~- -..~~.-~.,~>.M . ~:~.~ ~ _~~~ ~~.,~a~ ~ ,~.~~ - Change from Prior Year. '~ Annual On-going Operating Costs $24,000 ^ ~ ~ r r ~ r Description: Source of Funding: Park maintenance of turt, horticulture, structures and hardscape features .25 Cent Sales Tax Fund Essential %~ Desirable % 100% Discretionary %~ Total % Page 162 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report ~~~X~~~i~' 3 a ~' . ~ ,~, ~ t ~„„ t r , t-' -y~ - xf ' . ,t ~ , ;.v~: ~ f r _ 3 ~ 3a~ . i ^... ,~ ;~~P,roject:Name;'~,~~~; ~~ c~a~,~:~~Zc-'-,,..~.~..r,:~'„~-.~:~~„~ -- r~~ z x" ~2,rMe~,a • Map;Number s - ~, East Boulder Commundy Park PP&R ~~ ; ~ -~ ~,.r,. ~, ~K_ . Department: Funding Source: Project Type: Parks & Recreation subcommuniry: Southeast Boulder Permanent Parks & Recreation Fund svcParea: Area I New Construction - Grow[h Related Facility / Additions CEAP Required: YeS CEAP Completed: ~;~ w~:r„:s.-:: ~a:=--'st<.__. ,_,. _..~.. ..4„'- - a~''~ ° v-. - uz:r'=~'"{znt~.~::;X~:~~~~?:-s~i Pro~ect'~"<Descnption ~~~' ~zre~~'.ur~?~~_:`~."~, _,~ ...:.~x~~~'e~?'-~~+r~~~~~~`r`~ e,~~:..~~~ Y ~_ ,,. ~- ~. ~z..Ny,..~a To complete the development of the East Boulder Community Park Site. Approximately 15 acres of the 53 acre park remain to be constructed. The current site development plan focuses on the development of additional multi- use fields, an identified deficiency within Boulder, by the Parks and Recreation Department and the Boulder Valley School District. Environmental sustainability: Design, development, and maintenance of new park sites will meet current city codes, strive to meet environmental goals and utilize best management practices. Economic Sustainability: A quality parks and recreation system contributes to the economic viability of the community. Social Sustainability: Park sites are community gathering places. Development of this park will meet the standard of 1.5 acres of park per 1000 population. ai~:r.~.i~r F* . . ~,.~ ~x.~'~~*~"`~°~. . . ~-eF "~F-~'*+".r.~~mrn'.~:~ ~v _ ^~ e~ y ~x RelatforisfiiptoglYlast.er~Flansy~~;.;g~ ~~~~m~, ~ ~ ~',,~~,,~~~~~ ~ ~~ r~- ~~ '`~ ~`~,Ni~~3'.. ~~,;~, ~m~.~~''~..5;:s~ The Parks and Recreation Master Plan identified a need to develop community park sites. This site is needed to meet the standard of 1.5 acres of community parks per 1000 poplulation. Publ c Proeess Statu..s :Issu s x.. f ~z~ • - . ;, }" ~a~~"~Y^ '.~~'" ~u '>;~ "~"" r `,.~~f - - ~,n~.~..sa~~- .d~ t . ~., yi'i+~ i . 9K~a5~ i~ ~ ~ ~~ 4~- ~c,.s~.~ez.C~~~~~"a~. The master site plan for the community park site was approved in 1987. The site has been graded, roadway and other infastructure, community center, playground, soccer fields, court complex and parking installed. Due to the length of time since the master site plan was developed, extensive public review will be provided prior to the next phase of development. A new site plan will ensure community needs are addressed and will include opportunities for public discussion and dialogue. As the scope of work is defined the necessity of a CEAP or other public review will be determined. A development proposal has been submitted for the adjoining private property. P&R staff is involved in the review, anticapting potential impacts to the park, as well as opportunities for efficiencies in infrastructure development. Parks and Recreation staff work closely with Planning and Transportation staff as required for property development. ' 'aY:WO+~ - am sx++.AtY4F_- - .a'.brwnvsu+s -uv4i-n~....~.„ d Capital Funding Plan r~.c ~ { 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding ~ ~ $470,000 $650,000 $500,000 $300,000 $0 $0 $1,920,000 ~_ ~~. ,.~~. ~.,.~-,:.~,H~.~.~.~~,~.,.~.~. W~,~ ~ ~. .:~,~..~ .~.,: ~ ~y.~ ~.~.~,,~~ ~~~. ~ Change from Prior Year: Annual On-going Opera Description: Source of Funding: ~ssential % O Desirable % 100% Discretionary %~ TOtal % 100% ~ .. ~ ~ Page 163 ~ ~ r r ~ r ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ .. r ~ 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report t ~ t'~-y. mvr'',.c 3 ~ - .r, ~,~, . ~t;,ra ,aN, `~N- `3k;"~' S''3~~.~ ~ :~ ,Y } ~k 5At?1,y~y? F,5 t[-,+S''~`~Cx ~` ',a..,. "» F e w,~, . v~.k.~. -jProeCt, ame ,,;~.~~~',~^;-.,„~~.~ , *~,~~,~'„r,~^~~~?~~.,,„~, ~-*~.,.'~;~t~„,-?~~°°~,Pro~ectNumbery>~~'~-Map umbar's~~ 1 y , ~., r . ,~, , Elks Neighborhood Park ~~~,~ ~°r~.w $ ~ Department: Funding Source: Project Type: Parks & Recreation suncommuniry: North Boulder Parks & Recreation 1995 Ballot svcPnrea: Area i ',New Construction - Not Growth Related CEAP Required: NO CEAP Completed: Pfoject°Dkescriptm n'~.=`~~~~'~ ~c~~T~a,a~~~$.:,~.~~~a~ ~' '~~:-~`~F~~~S?,. ~.~;~' '~.i~ The Elks neighborhood park site is a 7.9 acre parcel located at 3995 28th Street. The Elks park site design will involve extensive public review and dialogue with the community. Elks park will provide park services to an existing underserved area and has been prioritized for design and development to comply with ballot requirements of the .25 Cent Sales Tax. Significant flood and drainage work must be accomplished prior to park development. Parks and Recreation staff is working with Utilities and Tributary Greenways to coordinate the departmenYs respective projects. ~Co~m nity~S fai a ili`ty`. Y~o ct~'~}~st'°~'i8 a ~tio„` n ~-.,~ ~ ."',~,~~-,",'~ ,- - ~"~ , ~ ~""-`.~-~~-.- ~~r•,•.~t-~,~ ,, ~: - ,~'u,~~~-: r~q: ..s~" .~2' .k.~Y4'VYS ~.v.:..:a: . 4~ ~~~t ..~ ~"i.'3e= w.'? Environmental sustainability: Design, development, and maintenance of new park sites will comply with current city codes, strive to meet environmental goals, and employ best management practices. Economic Sustainability: A quality parks and recreation system contributes to the economic viability of the community. Development of park sites are required to meet the commitments represented under the 1995 .25 Cent Sales Tax. Social Sustainability: Parks are community gathering places. Completion of Elks park will meet the standard of 1.5 acres of neighborhood park land per 1000 population, as well as the park standard of a 1/2 mile walking distance to a neighborhood park. Retatto~ ship Yo Master Plans~~` ;~ ~~" ~ ~' ~~`"'~~ '~ ~~~ ~= ~~ ~~~ ~""~ ~?'#"'' ~"~ ~ .. ~ ~::,.a.~_,~:~F,t~~"~ : ~~~.. ~~~c~.x~a -. a. ~s~~.n..>.~..~ The Parks and Recreation Master Plan identified the need to develop existing and newly acquired undeveloped park sites to meet underserved neighborhoods and park service standards. ~ The Utilities and Tributary Greenways projects along Fourmile Creek will require a CEAP, which will include the Elks park site. .'. ~-~„s:,,~_ ~ ~ ~ ,=,~- ~~- _ .,,~ . _ w.z„ ~~:~ Relationshi~p~sWithtiOtberDepa~ e'n ~' *' ~~'_~;; " The department will work with Utilities and Tributary Greenways to ensure that all site work is coordinated appropriately. The Utilities and Tributary Greenways work must be completed before Parks and Recreation can '"" begin park development. ~ ~ ~ ~ .. ~ ~ ~ ~ .~ .,,~.~ .~.Q.~,. .se, _~.~ ~ ~. ~ ~ ~ Capital Funding Plan~~ ~~~i.. # ~` ~ 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding ~ ~,3$ $0 $0 $800,000 $1,000,000 $1,200,000 $200,000 $3,200,000 ~ "n` - usPnLL09#: atnM~rv6e. "~yyi ~.'+ubaeYlM/63b'~.buc.wrv«wT*wv»S+i~SK4'~.~£'Va3Y2a- h1a~vGi/ aKR~ Change from Prior Year: Annual On-going Operating Costs Description: Source of Funding: Essential % 25% ax Desirable % 75% structures Discretionary %~ Total °/, 100% Page 164 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report Pf08G[NBf110_~a ss ~s_ 3..~ fs~ '~./. ~~, yN~~~,~`'r - ~ ~ ~_ "a''~' `` , -' 3 - .s' '.-; t -, r- J..,,._ . r,.n~,.. .. .~?~ -.~.~~~s.':_~..~ . - ~`'~~„«'~~'~Y~ePro~ectf~umber ` Map:NUrFlber ?s~ s Flatirons Golf Course Improvements PP&R ~~.~ Department: Funding Source: Project Type: Parks & Recreation sudcommuniry: Southeast Boulder Permanent Parks & Recreation Fund svcPnrea: Area I I Existing Facility - Enhancements / Upgrades I CEAP Required: rf O CEAP Completed: Funding will be used for future improvements to the golf course including, but not limited to, renovation of irrigation systems, cart paths, tees, greens, other golf course land improvements, driving range, event center, and pro shop facilities. The department seeks to retain current revenue streams and enhance departmental sustainability by enhancing the amenities at Flatirons Golf Course. In addition to the departme~Ys Master Plan, a business plan for Flatirons Golf Course wiil be developed to evaluate the feasibility of the capital renovation costs and potential increased revenue streams. The business plan and renovation work will involve all city stakeholders, including Transportation, Planning, Finance and the City Manager's Office, to ensure a common shared vision of Flatirons Golf Course. As spec+fic projeets are identified, stafF wi{I show projects on an individua{ basis within the CIP process. Environmental Susta+nability: Facitity renovations will be designed and constructed to address environmental sustainability. Approaches to be considered in every project will include efficient use of energy and water, use of renewable energy sources, use of recycled products, recycling within the building operation plan, and long term durability. Economic Sustainability: Quality recreation facilities and programs contribute to the economic viability of the community. These improvements will increase service to the community at the Flatirons Gol4 Course which should result in additional revenues. Social Sustainability: Quality recreation facilities contribute to and enhance our quality of life and allow the department to engage a broader range of the community. ~~-~ ~ - ~ a ~- ~~.~ -~~-.: Y ~~. Rela onsh~ toNlaster~Plans !=~ ` '`~ ~~~ ~` ~° ~ "'' . _~~P . ~.s~~<~~' .,~..~ ~a~a-~ ~ =~~~ ~~~.~'~ .*_~f~,.~"~; The Parks and Recreation Master Plan identified the need to maintain and renovate facilities, as well as invest in facilities and programs that offer opportunities to increase revenues. Publ~ ~P~oaYess Status,~lssue~s ~~^~r ,~ ~`~"`~~~-'~ ~'~~~" Xa~g ~~~~'.-~~`,s~ The Parks and Recreation Advisory Board reviewed options for renovation of the Flatirons Golf Course buildings at their May 2001 meeting. As the scope of work is defined, the public review process wiil be determined. Parks and Recreation will coordinate with Planning, Transportatio~, CMO, FAM and any other identified departmental stakeholder _ - x~. ~,~,.H~. ..,~~~. Capital Funding Plan ~.,,~,a..~~.:~, ~..,~,-~~- ~ ~ ~ 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding ~ ~ $150,000 $100,000 $100,000 $50,000 $50,000 $50,000 $500,000 ~ ~.,~~- ,~ ~ .~~~..~~.,.,~. - --. ~.~,-.-~~.~..,,-.~. ~ ~ Change from Prior Year: Annual On-going Operating Costs ~ Description: Source of Funding: Changes to operating and maintenance costs will vary depending on improvements. Recreation Activity Fund Essential % ~ Desirable % 75% Discretionary % Total % Page I65 ~ w ~ 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report '~`-'xi~r+,~§~ '2~,,,F€s.s `~ ~ ~ r S ~ r7 ~ ,'-~f 1.'r'~ ~~.~"t.`' s ,~ re'e~g.X'a,."dv~-~.4.~e~;F% >`. ~. ~""•""s~.t•~~:~~-,~; ~ ~~° ,2'+ "fi~.',.~,~- ~ , , ~ ~~Prqe 'Name ~~„c~,~,i~r . , _, ,~~~:~, ,a .:,~`~k~`~~,~1= PYOje'ctNGmber.~v ~:- , ap Number~g ~Foothills Community Park- PP&R ?z~' ~~~ ~ - ~~ ~ ~M,u m,s. Department: Funding Source: Project Type: Parks & Recreation suncommuniry: North Boulder Permanent Parks & Recreation Fund svcPnrea: Area I New Construction - Growth Related Facility / Additions .. CEAP Required: NO CEAP Completed: ~+ ProJ~ecUU Frl~f iOn: "~`"~'~-. '~ "~ Project funding began with the site acquisition in 1985. The Foothills Community Park site totals 69 acres. Phase ° I(44 acres) was completed in 2001. Phase IIA (temporary dog park and parking) was completed in 2004. Phase r IIB (playground, shelters, restrooms, turf areas) was completed in summer 2006. Phase IIA & B development totaled eight acres. Phase III construction is currently planned for active recreational facilities, including tennis, ,.. basketball and handball courts, however a site planning process will be undertaken before development proceeds. ~Gominu ity u inab li Pro"ect,lUStification~- '~ ~ ~ ~ Environmental Sustainability: Some of the environmentally sustainable projects within this 69 acre park include .- site irrigation from a ditch water source, provision for an organic community garden, restoration and preservation of native grasslands, use of recycled products, and enhancing water quality by controlled release, landscape "° contouring, and cleaning of storm drainage waters. Economic Sustainability: A quality parks and recreation system contributes to the economic viability of the community. Social Sustainability: Park sites are community '"' gathering places. Development of this park will meet the standard of 1.5 acres of park per 1000 population. "'" R~at~ioll~s~bip~oMas[e"aPlahs ,;~,.,~a~'~ ''~~~s~-a~a,z~- ~'~~~~ ...~ ,,,, The Parks and Recreation Master Plan identified a need for community parks. Project is needed to meet current acreage standard of 1.5 acres of community park land per 1000 population. ~ Publ ci`~P oe s, ssues: ,'.,,.~~ .., The Master Site Plan for Foothills CommunityNPark went through an extensive public review process. This process included identifying issues within the Major Site Review process and completion of a CEAP. Public ~- review of Phase II was provided during a May 2002 workshop and a November 2002 Community Open House. Phase I(44 acres) was completed in 2001. Phase IIA planning and development began in 2001. Phase IIB " development began in 2005. Prior to Phase II construction, the site plan will be reviewed by the community and ,~ changes made as needed. ^. ~ r ~ ~ r ~ Coordinated efforts with Housing Authority to purchase right of way and to construct Violet Street to serve both the community park and the Foothills Affordable Housing project. ~. ~ ~,~~,~ H:~, ~«. ,~a~.~u~.~,,~.~.~.~,~~~~.~~. ~ ~ CapiWl Funding Plan 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding ',~~ ~ $125,000 $500,000 $500,000 $0 $0 $500,000 $1,625,000 ~', ~~ -~~~~~-_~ Change from Prior Year: Annual On-going Operating Costs Description: Park maintenance of turt, horticult~ Source of Funding: .25 Sales Tax Fund, General Fund r Essential % ~ ~ ~ ~ ... Desirable % 100% Discretionary %~ Total % 100% Paoe 166 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report -~ ~"~''~ ' ~'~,~~`~; ` - ~~'. - ";~A ~~`~-~ P x ~` x ~ e t ~ . ~i ~ r F ~~; ~ . s r": N r e t N m6 ' M b ~~ =~ ° . . ~n Name , ,~-~,_„^LL~ c . r... . . ~~ : . ..v ~.>~ .Y J , .~., ~ . P, u~ um P c u a er e , _ . . 11 Harlow Platts Park , ~ ~, - ~.. Department: Funding Source: Project Type: Parks & Recreation subcommuniry: South Boulder Permanent Parks & Recreation Fund evcvnrea: Area I Existing Facility - Rehab / Repair / Deficiency Correction CEAP Required: rJp CEAP Completed: c-_ ~am > ,~+`-= v~, ~~ ~w'~""~a~ .:.~'3,~-1~~%'"° "~$'tZ'.r$fi~8~"~_ 'x"'w'r~:3 ~, , nc Pro~ect Descript~on " ~"~ ~ ~ -~ ~..~i'~ ~~ s r x.s, x - { ss r , _sv.-.~- .W.°~i.. ~ ~ - ~~ ,.-e.s~'"''~x.. .~eca,E,f ~>-.,z •.,.-~ w.: ~ ~_~~ Harlow Platts Park is 50.5 acre site. Project plans include the removal and replacement of damaged portions of the existing concrete path (approximately four feet wide) around the perimeter of Viele Lake as well as the access drive area/multi-purpose path (approximately 10 feet wide). The par course, consisting of 17 wooden exercise stations, will also be replaced. Environmental sustainability: Repair and renovation of park sites will meet current city codes, strive to meet environmental goals and utilize best management practices. Economic Sustainability: A quality parks and recreation system contributes to the economic viability of the community. Social Sustainability: Park sites are community gathering places. These park renovations are necessary to ensure the safety of the users, as well as to meet expressed community demands. The Parks and Recreation master plan identifed the need to maintain parks at current service levels, as well as accelerate the park renovation and refurbishment schedule. ~^'r°~~ ~ - ~~ a~^ . ~ .i ~TM° - . ~ "-- cz ;v P.ufilie-Process StaWs, lssues '` ~ ~.c~' ~ ~ ~~~ =--3 . ~, ~` - - ~ . ~ k,:..,m.~.~~..~.e..:_~.s, isr,~.f ~ za~ ° - ~z~e°~:Y:~.:~;-.3,.~_i~ .~.*_~k r~ ..,a~;...:.w~~ Public process is not anticipated. The project includes the renovation of exiting assets. Construction signs will be posted as needed. Path diversions and segment closures may occur, but will be limited. Users will have access to the soft-surface path parallel to the concrete path. TF"'y4.'n'Y~s""' -._ ~ rR. 3~.'^sT~Y~.s~ 4R'~+q~i - Ca"'~."^' ~5. q. 4?' S^: I~eta4ionshipwdhOttier"`D"epr,_ya~,itmenxnts•-'° - ~s~ ~~r° ~~~ ~ ,~~` ~ ~, ~3 ~., ~ - ~~ ~ ,.e.r~- ~~.t _ "'kS. ~.'~.< ~ .s'~..s~:+-~n....~~=~.z~:~? Staff will work with city departments as needed. „ ~«~,~-._~.~,..-. . ~ ~~ ~,~.~ F Capital Funding Plan ~ ' 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding ~ k $135,000 ~ $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $135,000 --- ~,~ .~.-~,~.~,.~t_R,~.~..~,~-~,~,n,...;-.~..,~~:~- ..-_~ Change from Prior Year: Annual On-going Operating Costs Description: Source of Funding: Essential % Sales Desirable % and Discretionary % Paae 167 Total % 100% ~ r ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ r .. ^ r ~ ~ 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report ' ~..~'-e*yr'e`f 1~ s "`~r :»'<fi' ~..` '"3xs'~ '..a /s'+. '3"~'+'*t ni'~"+ - s :! x'- ._ t °''kT~.'k~<,T.w .? re fr.~~~3< Ix'~+ `'.;:4at~-+SX..~s # . ~.PrqeLt Name. ;.,~~ „~~+;'~?',,,,~~, ~~;,~~ ~ r;''~;, }~~-~ tr ~ ~ ~. F ~ -'~~ ~-~pro~ect Number cr~Map Numtier ~r' 3, Hickory Pocket Park ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~..~~ w.eu~.~.«sr.mv+r.,.n........v.,-,.-t-* "~ .~ . M Department: Funding Source: Project Type: Parks & Recreation Subcommuniry: South Boulder Parks & Recreation 1995 Ballot evcPaea: Area I New Construction - Not Growth Related ,,,, CEAP Required: NO CEAP Completed: -.~...:,a~s~a~ - - , ,:.r :er: - 7,s.,. ~, .. P~ojeot3Uescnptiou~ .~¢. =~:r:~§~~ , „ ~ ~ aF,.. Hickory Pocket Park consists of a 0.7 acre land parcel located at Foothills and Hickory. Hickory Park has been ~ identified for development in order to increase park service standards within an underserved area and has been ~ scheduled for design and development in 2010. The site design will involve extensive public review and dialogue with the community. +- '^__= ._,...~---`-`--~..:~ ,...--`_-. ~.._.:A~~,~ ;e~a=~?_a~#-r~-~s~.~',:F =aa~: ,~.~.~-.~s-. ~?~;,~i~%a.~~'~°--~„'~a~°,."~ '~. .~.~~-~ :.S_ „~ Environmental sustainability: Design, development, and maintenance of new park sites will comply with current city codes, strive to meet environmental goals, and employ best management practices. Economic ... Sustainability: A quality parks and recreation system contributes to the economic viability of the community. Social Sustainability: Parks are community gathering places. Completion of this park will meet currently adopted "' standards of 1.5 acres of pocket park land per 1000 population, as well as the park standard of a 114 mile walking distance to the park. ~ R fe ation~s ~hi ~to,Maste °n~Plans•>~ , ~. ~ ~ - t~~",.,~ Tr ~~"~~ '~' ~~~~ii'~~,~` `~ ,~ ~' w i~s : .~s~~~,~aiv.``~.»~s:~ ~ ~x ~:x'~",~~a..~?z's~:~-~$C.~~ `~r~~..:~h>-~,M `" The Parks and Recreation Master Plan identified the need to develop existing and newly acquired undeveloped ~ park sites to meet underserved neighborhoods and park service standards. --:s".. %s4:!~a~ '~~~ ~ ~~zers;~asav sss ~,n,~L~~ f~y-~~. x ,vr? ~y s~ Publ~c~rocess Status si ,~,~ ~'~,.~~'~ cg~:-'~"., ~,.. ~~-~',~+ ~',~„w;: r As the scope of work is defined the specific public review process will be determined. ~ Relatro ahi w ti h Other D~ a ments:~° r. " ~'~ ^ "`~'~"~' ~'~` 'r~"~~~` ~~. "~ ~~+~~~' ' `~'``"'~+ ~"~~_ p .e.~rxi,~-.r '.~s~' `~.~'~-~x~.i~s.~~~ .~`~~~ rr~s ~.~+~.~,~~'e.rs~ .. Parks and Recreation will coordinate with Planning and Transportation as necessary ~„~,~.~.,~~ ,~.,.~,,~,~,.,..-.~~,~.a~.~.~..r~,a„~~-.,~~~,-~~-Y „~:~... ~7A.~,~~..,.~,.~~,.~,~~~,,m..~t,~~ ~ z3 ~*+ ~ Capital Funding Plan 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2073 Planned Funding ~ ` ~ $0 $0 $200,000 $0 $0 $0 $200,000 ~ ~ ,,. ..,,. ~.~ - ,~~ ~,,.~ ~: .- Change from Prior Year: Development is planned for 2010 based on priorities from the Master Plan ..- Annual On-going Operating Costs $10,000 .. Description: Park maintenance of turf, horticulture, structures and hardscape features Source of Funding: .25 Cent Sales Tax Fund ^ $usi`~',~5_~P..~.a~~n,„~,Pi%o~r~"t"_izatio'~"n`~of9mS.e,~``.IS~e~s'~. . ~" ,swa,_ _ ,' ~~ ,~~~ .v ~.~~ Essential %~ Desirabie % 100% Discretionary %~ Total % 100% w r ww r r r w~ Y Page 168 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report ~ x Pro~ect Name '~ - ~' ~' '~ +~-'~~~ ~' ~~'~ ;° ~?~~;~; t<<~: ~C ~y ~} w `~`~ pio~ect Number: ~ Map~Number ~ ~s~ Ins Parking . ,,,, , . , . „ , . , ~ ~ ~ 103 ~' ~~ r.~ ., -..:,~ ,-~ . .. . .......... .x.~~,., _ ,~~ Department: Funding Source: Project Type: Parks & Recreation subcommunity: North Boulder Parks & Recreation 1995 Ballot svcPqrea: Area I Existing Facility - Rehab / Repair / Deficiency Correction CEAP Required: f~f0 CEAP Completed: ~~'t ct ~ '~q . r. ' i. '~'< P~o~ectAescnpt~on c3~~w~`.'~ `~~~~~-x..:'. ~~.~3-x`,~-~~.' '~ t~a'~~~~s~:' - .,x -.rc._:~t ~ ~ ~ ~ ....e 'T{ s _ .r"«, _ n+^.:. ~ _.. sa~ The Iris Center is the main administrative building for the Parks and Recreation Department and also contains the Iris Studio. Parking space for the facility is shared with the North Boulder Recreation Center (NBRC). Parking lot repavement is necessary to reconstruct the degrading surface, will ehance drainage, as well as ice build-up during winter months. Environmental Sustainability: Facility renovations will be designed and constructed to address environmental sustainability. Approaches to be considered in every project will include e~cient use of energy and water, use of renewable energy sources, use of recycled products, recycling within the buildi~g operation plan, and long term durability. Economic Sustainability: A quaiity parks and recreation system, inclusive of administration buildings, contributes to the economic viability of the community. This parking lot renovation is necessary to ensure the safety of the NBRC and Iris Studio users and staff. Social Sustainability: Quality recreation facilities contribute to and enhance our quality of life and aliow the department to engage a broader range of the community. Relat~onshi ~ 1o AAaster Plaus"~ ~ ~h. - ~_`~ ~, ~ - ' -~ - " r ' `;.~'+ - ~~~v¢ ; .~ ~ . -~~~~"' ~,Y - - P~~,~, ~. ~ ,..:. ~~ ~~ ~..,. ~.~ .~~~ _ ~ xz ~_ , ~.. ~ ~ ~.~ ~._ _ ._ _ _ . _~ .,, The Parks and Recreation master plan identifed the need to maintain existing assets ~ Public Proe-_es~s,Status ~ Is~sues_,u z~~i ~.T,.~ '~~ ~.~;~~ ,,~n` ~'3~~.. ~,} ;~;y~ ~ ,,,,, x' ~ . ~ ~~~ Repavement will result in temporary closures of small sections of the parking lot, limiting patron and staff parking. Construction signs wi11 be posted accordingly. Staff will coordinate efforts with FAM. ~ .- ~~,~~ ~_ _~. ~ ~-~,~.,.~ .~~~....,~~P~~,,~~ ,~,,._-,~-~ ~ ~ __._. .._,, , ~ Capital Funding Plan ~ 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 PlannedFundmg ~ ~ $75,000 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $75,000 ~' ~ ~ - ~...,~:, ~9,..~„~ ,~~m~.~ - - Change from Prior Year: Annual On-going Operating Costs ~ Description: Source of Funding: Snow removal, lot striping 25 Cent Sales Tax Fund ~a^~--.=s~^~~^,~,a.~ i ~9 y -~..F--. -io- .Bu~'s~iness P~4 I~a~n`^'~.PiioriNza~ort~~,o"f'S, erv~, tces• ~,~.,"~;.e ~~~'-.~-- ~ ~ _T"~ ,£~ ~ ~~ .~ ~z+~ i~`~~`-~ ~ ~~:~.~.~' Essential % 100% Desirable %C~ Discretionary %~ Total % 100% Page 169 .. ., r. .. Department: Funding Source: Project Type: Parks & Recreation subcommuniry: System-wide Parks & Recreation 1995 Ballot evcPnrea: System-wide New Construction - Not Growth Related ~. CEAP Required: NO CEAP Completed: ~*.+'".~~~~^.s'+'r~t 2. s §~.g a;.;"_20^;~'~~`," 4TC+'~vw~m~3~"'.~~~fij : xr/ee:~~'Mt~'.c~'r ..ts,+~`~" ~ ~ ,~P~r,oject~,D~scr)ptio^.~~ ~~~.~E,":?~r?~~~':xs:~:~r,~~z=~>~r. '?~~ ~~~~~-..:~s.. '- ..~~c-~ Based on the evaluation of the 2007 Lighting Ordinance Compliance Study, the department will implement lighting "" in accordance with the city's Iighting ordinance. The department is accumulating funding in anticipation of ,,,, replacement and retrofitting lighting fixtures. ' °'i. ' - "'f-~ '~"Tt-* -~''~§"' ~ ~,'~''° - e > "~'~. . ~~f , ~"~,:.,.,T~'°e~~.l;l:a*`v5,~ w ~Communf ~SUSNdina ili 1:Pi'4 ct~ ustification•~--~.~~t +- ^~ '"~ ~~~.~ ~ ..me,..y.tY ~ 1S w,.~.~~.~.~.a, ~~,..~~'g^w~. ~ ~~~~uc.~.^L,,.z...,a.~~~ - r ~:°`~~%~ Lighting ordinance requires compliance by 2017. ~Re atiO~l~ P t~ - o,~_Maste~ i~Plans.~, ~* ='~i~~~~'~ ~'~°` ' a~ *ey,~~~~ .^~~ ~=~ .~ ~ ~ ~ ,,,, The approved master plan identifies the need to develop, maintain, and renovate facilities to meet community demands. Additionally, the lightning will contribute to the safety of the community. .. ~ ~ ~~ ~ ~ ~Ft~'iic"f?rocessrgtaEu's,zlss s: ~ x T ~ ~'' ' i - •.~asw~..~naa<- ..~.t:..a~~.e~a~~ ~a~i4 ~~~ .~,;~v~'~',~ ~v.~- a,a,~. 1 s4.~~ a^~vwzy . '~'v:~~ _~ i fii`.~ ~~'TM~'~"'~v~s3.~' Xe3 ~ _> ,.,i ~ ~ m t ~r':~.aS..y~f i ~R~la'Uonshi witNOth'eiD`R ep it~"`plents ~ y~"_; ~{.,~.:~, „;, ~~.,~„- ^*n ~~-~ ~?~, " ~ ~ ~t ~,ra kF'~ r ~.,m~.d.~.#.~ ~.~ ..~~*: ~ ~~~'~»' a.s ~.~~..~ ~az ~ x d~,.~ ..:a~~a: . i~i ..~~ the department will coordinate with Planning, FAM, and the CAO as necessary. '^ ~~,~~ ~~~.~~ .~,.~,.>:,~ ~.v=: ~ . ..~s.~. ~,..~.~ .~_~_~.,3 x~ Capital Funding Plan~ ~ ~ ~ 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding ~ ~- $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $330,000 $330,000 ~ ~_ ~~,,.~:,~~N_~.~~,.~.~,,,~,.v~~z~,....~~r~ ~.a.~,~ ~.~.:,,A~.~„w.~~,z.-~..~,,,x.,~,~...,.~.~. «..~,~~.,~~ r Change from Prior Year: ~ Annual On-going Operating Costs ~ ~ Description: "' Source of Funding: ~ 'BU"~s ne n=Priotitiia~on ofiServices- ' - ~ ~ Essential % 50% Desirable % 50% Discretionary %~ Total % 100% ~ r s ~ s r r Pa9e 17 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report Department: Funding Source: Project Type: Parks & Recreation subcomm~n~ry: South Boulder Parks & Recreation 1995 Ballot svcPqrea: Area I New Construction - Not Growth Related CEAP Required: nf p CEAP Completed: Pro~ectDescnptwn - .~ .~s_.u~'.`;==r'~. x~- s.z~,.~-~. ~,~,; „ -~: x z>~~'' -~ ,~x~+'.: ;,- .~.- ... ~."., . _ ,',~'w .~~~. _ ~.~... ~ `~ rz . The Mesa Memorial pocket park site consists of a 1.7 acre parcel located at Table Mesa and Yale. ~Mesa Memorial has been identified for development in 2009 in order to meet commitments from the 1995 ballot measure and because Table Mesa acts as a barrier to community access. The pocket park site design will involve an extensive public review process to determine community needs. Park design and development is anticipated to occur in 2009. Environmental sustainability: Design, development, and maintenance of new park sites wifl meet current city codes, strive to meet environmental goals and utilize best management practices. Economic Sustainability: A quality parks and recreation system contributes to the economic viability of the community. Development of some park sites fulfills the commitments made under the 1995 .25 Cent Sales Tax. Social Sustainability: Park sites are community gathering p4aces. Development of this park will meet the standard of 1.5 acres of pocket park per 1000 population, and be within the walking distance standard of 1/4 mile distance to the park. 'Relat~onrship to Master Plan~ ~~~. ~' -o- .~~c. - . .~*``„~~,, ~~ '~-~ ~~ < ~ ~,? .F -:..s' ~ ~S`'~.u. - s w~....~m,...~,..~~~..~s,~t:~,. ,m..~i ~`e's.,~.~ `i`e.-, ... _ e.£.° .- The Parks and Recreation Master Plan identified the need to develop existing and newly acquired undeveloped park sites to meet underserved neighborhoods and park service standards. x,~: ~-.~., - w ~ ~ - y _ s Publi~ProcessStatus Issues ~i' a `*~ T~` ' '" ~ ~ ~ Ni.+f~t~iu tYi+.~.: dv a.°u ~~ ..~'~:~Y.na.~..>~ Mcf ~_Fi"~ .&.1~.'..~b ....~.~s~.- ... ....v.r. .i~ As the scope of work is defined, the specific public~review process will be determined. ~.- _ - - - _. ~ " ~' ~ ~ ' ~ ~ ~ ' ~ ;~ Capital Punding Plan ~; ~ 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding :< ~ _ r $0 $350 000 $200 000 $0 $0 $0 $550,000 ~ ~ , , ~ F, ~~.~ ~_,.-~_.. < ~.~, .f...>,- Change from Prior Year: Annual On-going Operating Costs Description: Park maintenance of turt, Source of Funding: .25 Gent Sales Tax Fund Essential % ~ Desirable % 100% res and hardscapefeatures Discretionary %~ ~ Total % Page 171 ~ ~ ~ ~ 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report ' t , .q;.-~~,c~ x~ ~y, y'~,"~xa"~„ .£ r? "~`zy" '~°.'ri~dr~ <a 5' ~ #t t ,~,;'~~'e°3`~x?,"y' "r'~~' ~ , ~ E ~'^ `3s.,'`.^ a'-z,~s„y3 ~ P,ro~ecf„Name_,'~5,~~~ ;'~r-~;~,~.,-'~*~,~,~„~","~%.~t,~':-,~„"~z ,rv, ;.:.7. ,µ '~ ..~-~`^x;,y^_-u~ . .:".~ ~ P.roject Numb,er,:~ -~^Map'„Number ~ `',~. ~ Recreation Center/Pool Improvements .25 Sales Tax '~'~~~ ~ a 9_I Department: Funding Source: Project Type: Parks & Recreation subcommuniry: System-wide Parks & Recreation 1995 Ballot svcPaea: Area I Existing Facility - Enhancements ! Upgrades „d CEAP Required: Yes CEAP Completed: -sr=~F.~.~..a's:~r'*~€c; ...~ur ~i~`~F'r~~"'F",~G'.':~, n. , xr,~y,+~} ~'~p' 41'~~,' x"s3"e~.t'~'Ats' ~ -E ~~ .~ ProJect~q,~..xe~,scrip~tion`~ ~~"~` ~z~"'~' €~ ~-, ~ :~ ~'~3 ;,p~ a„t sw,:_.~.~.~:~x i~.~._ ~ ~i~- ~ ~ .,~..a~~ ~:s:~.- This funding is reserved for design, development and renovation of existing and new recreation facilities and "' buildings, including outdoor pools, recreation centers, and sports fields. The department is accumulating funding ~ to address major repairs, such as pool reconstruction. CQmmun"Ity.:SuSta riabig'~~Iity/ Pr~ oj c~'t.lust~fca ion ~'~~~~~ ~~"~*~ +~~`~;,'~~~~"~~~ ~ '~~''~ ~~~ r .~~.,,~_~.~~ ~ . `~ Environmental Sustainability: Facility renovations will be designed and constructed to address environmental ,,, sustainability. Approaches to be considered in every project will include efficient use of energy and water, use of renewable energy sources, use of recycled products, recycling within the building operation plan, and long term w. durability. Economic Sustainability: Quality recreation facilities and programs contribute to the economic viability of the community. Social Sustainability: Quality recreation facilities contribute to and enhance our quality of life "' and allow the department to engage a broader range of the community. ~. Rela ions ~ ~ ter P~a"n _ ~,~°~°.~f" ~ ~~~''ri~. ' `~~,--,~"~,y,~`~s~ .,q,~s'~~~ ;~,~~ ~ ., .~~~,~,L~~ ..~.;~r:s'~' ~~.'.~`a. s, ' ~ ~ ~~=~ The Parks and Recreation Master Plan identified the need to maintain and renovate facilities, as well as invest in "" facilities and programs that offer opportunities to increase revenues. ^ Pub~li~c~ProcessStatus~u "-~*` '~`~~%~-~~~x-''~' ~` ~ ~^'^`~ '~"'~ ?~,+ ~ ml ~' SC~ '~-.Y` ~f.d ?'.}.i.Y.a~L.^.~~ ~ ~.,.;.:'S:~ «<~.i9p'"'~'~S~`-~~g" ~.^~~ r, As the scope of work is defined the necessity of a CEAP or other public review process will be determined. "'""~'::-Y~. .c«°s*~uu^ eas.+Ay'~. ~~s~wrr'3s.'+rs ~ s s ^i.~ze~~~ ~,.' ~Relati..._on~s`~~i'i ~ th"O', lier5`D9oartme tS ''+~'~T'~~~~~~' - -~~~`"-t°"'~~.-~.~ . ,.~.~,,~~ ~ Parks and Recreation Staff works closely with Facility Asset Management staff on all building and facility ,,,, improvements. t. _ ...~~,~,~,,, .. - _ _ ~„~,~~,.:,.m~...~.~, ~~~ ~ .£ ~ ~ ~ '~ C it l F di Pl ~ ap a un ng an ~* xS£ ~ 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding ~ ~ ~ $250,000 $150,000 $150,000 $0 $100,000 $650,000 $1,300,000 ,,. ~. , ,~.~,.,~„~.~ - ~~,~ ~ r s r Paqe 172 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report ~,~;F ~ ~n ; , r ~~~ ~,>..s~~ ~~ ~ ~ ... ; „_ Pi : ~ ~ ~' a " § ~' P o ti •> ~ e N N ~- , M b -:~- o~e ame ; ~,~-.;~~.,,, ~-~~ ,,;. Y, ., ~.~,, .: , .~„.~, - ~. . ,r jeet er um _ agNUm er Recreation Facility Improvement PP&R ~ ~ w,~ w ¢ Department: Funding Source: Project Type: Parks & Recreation suncommunity: System-wide Permanent Parks & Recreation Fund evcParea: Area I Existing Facility - Enhancements / Upgrades CEAP Required: NO CEAP Completed: I?f0j0CfLDeSC~IPtlOn d. .. .:..td ~~.t~ iF.~~s~ F.. . . t~~.~,..~.cb~~. ~ s.,~~..'e~'_/-. ~ ~=. .. ._. . .. .,-_, Z~_-u ~~.v, ~ '~' Funding is being accumulated for the design, development~and renovation of existing and new recreation facilities. These facilities may include pools, recreation centers, sports fields, and other recreation facilities. At this point, a specific project has not been finalized, but it is anticipated that Scott Carpenter Pool will receive a major capital renovation. The updated Parks and Recreation master plan and the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board will provide future guidance in project selection. As specific projects and funding are identified, staff will show projects on an individual basis within the CIP process. Commun~itySu~tainabiliry/Projeet~Justiflcation~~„~~s~~~-=~,~,-~-~~~~~~?.~~ .~~-,n_~k,l~-;~r~~~~,~~..~~.; Environmental Sustainability: Facility renovations will be designed and constructed to address environmental sustainability. Approaches to be considered in every project will include efficient use of energy and water, use of renewable energy sources, use of recycled products, recycling within the building operation plan, and long term durability. Economic Sustainability: Quality recreation facilities and programs contribute to the economic viability of the community. Social Sustainability: Quality recreation facilities contribute to and enhance our quality of life and allow the department to engage a broader range of the community. , w,m,~.. . ~ _ z ~ - .. Relatmnship to Master PWns ~ ~. , ' x~,~,~` ~'~ -: .~ .. ~' rx r r *~ ' " - ~ - ~ _ -. . : - s _ .e., _.. , . , _...tu-~"' t#"~' `' '~~'~'.~~,..~ ,~a..,,,~'`"s'-~~u,~+.~.~~: n :~a., ,..~.< 4,~i `.:~...,~s.. __ 3 The Parks and Recreation~Master Plan identified the need to maintain and renovate facilities, as well as invest i~ facilities and programs that offer opportunities to increase revenues. PublicProcessRStatuslssues~'~~`~~' ~"~ ~ ~~~ ?-- „~~..~.,,~,~~~-,~f, -;~"~~~' ~-~`-~" -~k.,~.., . _.i gu .~.,_ ~.~.. .. a .a _. . . ~. As the scope of work is defined the necessity of a CEAP or other public review will be determined. Relatio~'n~ship with Other DepaRinenks'~ yr„=,~=. -~~'s~° ~~~~_ ..~ _~ ` . ~ ~~ : ~.„-~ -; ~,`~ ~a~-A.~..;,.,...c s'~'Fs - ,.~du',~,. ~s'v~~'~._ ,.....,N.a~.~'~.w5r~._ s .'v~'.a s~........ Parks and Recreation staff works closely with Facility Asset Management staff on all building and facility improvements. ,,.<__.. ~. - . ,_~ _ >>~_ ~ =~~ .~,~~~,~,.,..,~... ..~- ,..,:, r:~.t~.,~ =, .., , _. -, , - ~ .,.:~-:, - ~~ ' ~ ~~ , ~ Capital Funding Plan ~' ~ H 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding ~ ~ '~ $0 $0 $0 $700,000 $0 $0 $700,000 ~ -~ Change from Prior Year: ' Annual On-going Operating Costs Description: Source of Funding: Essential °/, ~Annual operating costs to be determined as specific projects are identified ~ Desireble % Discretionary %~ Total % 100% ~ Page 173 ~ r w ~ • rr ~ ~ ~ ... ~ .. ~ r ~ ~ .. Department: Funding Source: Project Type: Parks & Recreation s~c,~ommuniry: System-wide Parks & Recreation 1995 Ballot evcPArea: Area I On-Going Projects CEAP Required: No CEAP Completed: .~z ,.tr ~€ ..~w-~.Fr',.~r ~`,as ~ ecs`x?"'~'~ *"z,-v~ ??r"u' x ,~'. ~s~^a,.^^„ §'.~-~ -- ,Pro~ect esc~ript~on ~*~ :. ~ .~~~~~,"..~.~'~~`.,~:::~.~.,,~;.~`~:,~~'f,.~:~:.~` ~~a~;-.sms~~.~~-~. The unanticipated opportunities CIP allocation is intended to meet changing and unexpected community needs.~ The unanticipated opportunities may include, but is not limited to: land acquisition, facility acquisition, capital renovation or development, city contribution towards potential public-private, public-public or other partnership agreements and energy efficiency projects. As specific projects are identified, staff will show projects on an individual basis within the annual CIP budget, which is approved by the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board. ~ .Co'~in~ty.Sustafnabiliy~/3Pro]eckJus ~fjcadoA-~~, '~ ~~a~"~~ :~ ~ Ya«,„R~r:g i YnartWSea. ~e~.us.s~~ Environmental sustainability: Design, development, and maintenance of new park sites will meet current city -- codes, strive to meet environmental goals and utilize best management practices. Economic Sustainability: A quality parks and recreation system contributes to the economic viability of the community. Development of some "' park sites ful~lls the commitments made under the 1995 .25 Cent Sales Tax. Social Sustainability: Park sites are community gathering places. Development of park sites will meet the standard of 1.5 acres of neighborhood ° and pocket parks per 1000 population, and be within the walking distance standards. Quality recreation facilities .. contribute to and enhance our quality of life and allow the department to engage a broader range of the community. A~ 'M~.n~^]C~B~."n'^'y"L'4.F.s'~ °5 'F.r 9i '". d". ~"1 lrv.. ~p ~~ela,~,=n.tions¢hi~og„M~r'P~lans ' ~~''~+:~~"~,~;~'~~'~..~~~~.`-~s- , ~-'~z~.2?'..~s~- a ~." ~~s~'s,' .. The Parks and Recreation Master Plan identified the need to develop, maintain and renovate existing facilities. The need to develop existing and newly acquired undeveloped park sites was also deemed a priority. '~ rer~ s~-~e~:~- ~_ ~ ,u v.r ~ e~ ~~ c a f?ubiic~Process S~aNS~ ssue ~~~~-~ ~-~, ~,r.~,.,p~ fi.,~~.'~."~,~~".f~ *~a = .nsr8.c~ wFS'~P L .tu, ~~i.= ~ Any potential projects will be reviewed and discussed at the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board meetings. Large scale projects will encompass additional public process, including scope, design, impacts and timing. '" Public comment is included at Parks and Recreation Advisory Board, Planning Board and City Council business ~ meetings. .. r ~ r w ~ ~ .~ W ~ ~ .,. Planning, Open Space/Mountain Parks, FAM, Transportation and any other identified departmental stakeholder will be involved in project discussions. ~~.~...~~,:~~~~~~~., ,.T.,~:~~ .~.,~.~~e -`-'y~ ~ ~Capital Funding Plan~ y_, , 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding ~ $150,000 $250,000 $100,000 $100,000 $0 $100,000 $700,000 ~ ~ ~~~~.,:-.~~ ~~~,- ~:>~.~,..~>~.~ Change from Prior Year: Annual On-going Opereting Costs Description: Source of Funding: ~As projects are determined, operating costs will be caiculated ~ Essential % ~ Desirable % 100% Discretionary %~ Totai % 100% Paae 174 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report Prb~sct Neme~ { ~:, ~ ~ ~~;~t•~~r~~:3TM°',~ ~" ~ ~~,!~~^~~ '~? ','F-'~'rx a~~~ Prbject Number:; ~ Map;Numtier ~ =: Unanticipated Opportunities - PP&R » ~ _~: , ~~ Department: Funding Source: Project Type: Parks & Recreation suncomm~niry: System-wide Permanent Parks & Recreation Fund svcPa,~ea: Area I On-Going Projects CEAP Required: NO CEAP Completed: PrqectiD~e's'enptibn _ - ~.~"'~'~~ ~ ,~"~'~~~,- ~..is~~. s~ ~.~~.~~ .~~ ~ ~' t. ` z, : ~~- ~ *.,~,.-? ~~...~ - . .~. ..~.~.~~ ~ ~,~~-, w .. ..:~.~ ._. The unanticipated opportunities CIP allocation is intended to meet changing and unexpected community needs. The unanticipated opportunities may include, but is not limited to: land acquisition, facility acquisition, capital renovation or development, city contribution towards potential public-private, public-public or other partnership agreements and energy efficiency projects. As specific projects are identified, staff will show projects on an individual basis within the annual CIP budget, which is approved by the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board. ~~:~~--~-.~..~~-. s-~,--~~ ~ ~ ~,,: ,.~ ~„ ,~ ~,.,.~ CommumtySUS(amability=( Project Justification- .~;,~.~~~~~~ ~~,;k .; fi`,~ ~~~ ;;~,~ _ .~,.>~.~:m_-~~y.,~,~. Environmental sustainability: Design, development, and maintenance of new park sites will meet current city codes, strive to meet environmental goals and utilize best management practices. Facility renovations will be designed and constructed to address environmental sustainability. Approaches to be considered in every project wili include efficient use of energy and water, use of renewable energy sources, use of recycled products, recycling within the building operation plan, and long term durability. Economic Sustainability: A quality parks and recreation system contributes to the economic viability of the community. Sites are needed to meet the commitments represented under the .25 cent 1995 sales tax and to meet standards of 1.5 acres of park land per 1000 population. Recreation facilities are intended to meet expressed community demands. Social Sustainability: Quality recreation facilities contribute to and enhance our quality of life and allow the department to engage a broader range of the community. Park sites are community gathering places. Relati~'`onsh,.~p to MasterPlans " i t~ ~~ '`~~~ ~~' ~ ~~~~ ~~ ~' _'~~~' ~ ~" `~ -~{ ~ . ~ ~ . T.Y ._..~vaav:.... _ _,w,<'1.n~..~~ "',z~ 3. f~`~'~a~_~~i2'..'~"a'~~Y~. s`a~' 31..w„-:w<<si. ._'^~. .,ct_:as:~~.'ii TheParks and Recreation Master Plan identified the need to develop, maintain and renovate facilities. The need to develop existing and newly acquired undeveloped park sites was also deemed a priority. Pub~io P ss~S,tat s;Flssues~~ ~~~_~ ~~'"~"~qV'.~ ' ~` i~",~,~~' -'~~~-v~~..ffi,~ - ..~~'.~4 ^~si~~.' Any potential projects will be reviewed and discussed at the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board meetings. Large scale projects will encompass additional public process, including scope, design, impacts and timing. Planning, Open SpacelMountain Parks, FAM, Transportation and a~y other ide~tified departme~tal stakeholder will be involved in project discussions. ~,.~«» - ~~~~~~~~~~ Capital Funding Plan ~ ~~~ .~~ 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding ~ , ~ $100,000 $100,000 $100,000 $100,000 $100,000 $100,000 $600,000 p ~- . ~ ,s,~.~ n,,,~.., »._>,~ Change from Prior Year: Annuai On-going Operating Costs ~ Description: Source of Funding: Essential % As projects are determined, operating costs will be calculated .25 Cent Sales Tax, Recreation Activity Fund, GF Desirable %~ 100% ~ Discretionary %~ ~ Total % Paqe 175 - .. r ~ r ..~ r 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report '°'~ ~/ n r. r' t ' U ' rs# Rx ~.* ~ -s.a :.: ~v~"'v'.~'i.''X `'°' r" cT~i ~ ,~y,z '.tt~ {-e ' rr' nw He:, x, . "k'rr . 3~w ~-:P. ~~~ ~L{,.x ,?3w3~ k 3s-.' ME ~,., Proje,ct}Name~"~,.t~~,.,~~»_s,rss~~~.^~s~ ~ ~~-~~~~,~'~ .<.~--, ~ ~Ek^~7~. ~Pro~ectNumber .. rs°~ MapNum6er ~: Violet Neighborhood Park ~ 10 _"~.. Department: Funding Source: Project Type: Parks & Recreation subcommunicy: North Boulder Permanent Parks & Recreation Fund svcPnrea: Area I New Construction - Not Growth Related ' ,,,, CEAP Required: Ye5 CEAP Completed: 1 P~.~. ~' ~~',~,-.-'~ a ~~ ~', - '~-^'w - .~ -- ~F~s-,~~:,:m ,,,. P~o~T'ec~t'=Desc,r~i tion ~ ~ ~"s° ~- ~ .~.-i,. - - .~,.~:e.~~. , ~ ., , .~~~.~~ , ;~~~"-~.,,:~_~r. ,~. ~'~„_ The Violet Neighborhood park consists of an eight acre site located at 17th Street and Violet along Fourmile ^ Creek. The park design will involve extensive public review and dialogue with the community. Significant flood and drainage work must be accomplished prior to park development. Parks and Recreation staff is working with ~` Utilities and Tributary Greenways to coordinate the departmenYs respective projects. Some initial work witl be ~„ done in 2008 to coordinate with adjacent development. Additional funding for Violet Neighborhood Park will continue in 2012 and will accumulate for several years until funding is sufficient to begin park development. ~ : s~:ec_.:,~sa. .~~e~.-+swc.~;r:~m-^^,mEr~~a.fse,y^r~nv"~rr -mix:~ sv€~ x••.~+r.+^. . is-.v:,~.?a:+.~;~:r.r.+.w!;a ~n^~:>as.~.-e+:s. „n~; ,,., Environmental sustainability: Design, development, and maintenance of new park sites will meet cuRent city codes, strive to meet environmental goals and utilize best management practices. Economic Sustainability: A +• quality parks and recreation system contributes to the economic viability of the community. Social Sustainability: Park sites are community gathering places. Development of this park will meet the standard of 1.5 acres of ~' neighboor park per 1000 population, and be within the walking distance standard of 1/2 mile distance to the park. ~'AR~~TS~-` ;p~yp Ya" `~ ~' :*~Z' ,x J'°. l"'rvx ~ LeLS?'R;,~r ~sas s an- t xisv ,~ "~ Retationsfiip.Co:Mwaste tans ~~,~~`~y';~+ .,-~:~'~ ~;:- , ~ "'~~; ~' ~ ^ `~ '~ ° ~ ~ -~~-,;. ms~~u' ._..:,me b.'.YcYiaS*~rt.ur'~.:~" ~!,.e§':.~'~4.~5 .n~£:.a~a.s~ e3.. The Parks and Recreation Master Plan identified a need to develop neighborhood park sites. This site is needed '"" to help meet the standard of 1.5 acres of neighborhood parks per 1000 poplulation, as well as the standard of a ,,,, 1/2- mile walking distance to the park. ,,, _.~ ~,,.,,~... - - .. ~. The Utilities and Tributary Greenways projects along Fourmile Creek will require a CEAP, which will include the r Violet park site. r-a.~ro~~ ~m~r=x~z-~~n"-~~n"-~~.'~'z y~ms -~ ,a'^~"r p'- rrz:r-.s~,. ^zzt?~"rr.~'me'~4"~'-~~'~' t ,~ .Ftela~tia__..n, sh~Wlth.~e~rDepa ~ " ents ~. . 2t~^` y =. t:;~~„~,~:=. - .~;~~'~~~,°" ,.~~~ ~,,;~ Parks and Recreation staff will coordinate project development with Utilities, Tributary Greenways, and Planning ""' staff as required for site. ~YC v.'beRts}/4tia'.S'i=.4uIDas~va^MfdwPo4}PoY€442k:~.Pma-.~.v~.G'c+.~m~.'~...~~iM.niT.3~R4 °1'eau~.r~MU - - uer+tCBiN~eA'~'2vf~i'~+¢v.tm~C.cR.NMC'3WTYR '°W ~ ~, ~ Capital Funding Plan ~ ~ .. +- ~ ~ 2008 $100,000 2009 $0 2010 $0 2011 $0 2012 $800,000 2013 $700,000 Planned Punding ~~- $1,600,000 ~ ~ '~~~r .~,:, ~~,~.,.~ .~„»,,~.~,~,~~ ~.,, ~<..~.,,~ ~~, - - .,~~,~~ ~ """ Change from Prior Year: Some initial work is required in 2008. "' Annual On-going Operating Costs ~ '~ Description: As the park site design is developed, operating costs will be calculated ,~ Source of Funding: General Fund ~a~--~,. ~,~~~ ~-~s~=m~ •~ ~ - ~ ~~siness-PIan~Yi~rtiza~o mo ..Services- '~ . "~°~' ' ~ Essential % 25% Desirable % 75% Discretionary %~ Total % 100% „ .. ~ .. «. .. Denn ~9R 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report }~~..t„a^'~f~C ',u..-'"F ~~tG - r~u - ~t~A ~r'Sd..y P t~ ~ ~ ~~ ~°~~~ ~ ~ ~'~~' >,.~,t" ~ -3 , °~ ~ .: '_ ~. _ - ~ _ e tN -N o be ' M' b ~ ~; - P ~~'~ '~'~'~ ~ ~ rojec Nar~e , ?, ~ ,g~ .,~~a, ,,.;_ '~ , , . c um { j um r.~ ~.; ap er : , ,_ ,.r ,. _, ~ Wonderland Lake Park f 2 , ~ ~ ~„~~-k«a„-r:~~.~..~::_„_..a.:.,,.M~_.~.>,r_,a:~,~_-,~,......<~w.,...._ ,_.. _. .. .-_ w..F ~_.~-...,i:,, Department: Funding Source: Project Type: Parks & Recreation sutcommuniry: North Boulder Permanent Parks & Recreation Fund svcParea: Area I Existing Facility - Rehab / Repair / Deficiency Correction CEAP Required: ~.Jp CEAP Completed: Pr~oJect"~Descnp[~on,rr~.~~~.~~~~~~a.~.. _w,s~'~;~~.~~~~x~~-.~_~.~x~.-~__,~,v~.<_~.~.,z-z`~° ~+e~d:~ ~.:~.: z W onderland Lake Park is a 32 acre site that consists of a traditional active-use park and natural area. The traditional area consists of playground amenities, a shelter, and paths. The Wonderland Park path is located throughout the natural area. Project plans include three phases of removal of the Wonderland Park path, including 6 feet wide sections of concrete and 4 feet wide sections of asphalt, depending on path location. Path reconstruction wil! include a comprehensive repair of 6 inch deep concrete along the entire path totaling approximately 2250 square yards. Replacement is necessary to restore cracks, slopes, and trip hazards throughout the path. Environmental sustainability: Renovation and repair of park sites will meet current city codes, strive to meet environmental goals and utilize best management practices. Economic Sustainability: A quality parks and recreation system contributes to the economic viability of the community. These park renovations are necessary to ensure the safety of the users, as well as to meet expressed community demands. Additionally, the Wonderland Park path serves as a community multi-modal transportation path. Social Sustainability: Park sites are community gathering places. Relat~ shiptaMesterPla s z~ r,'i:;.,+_-~`,~s~~.: a~-~~"-{~~:'~~~ i,.~,.`A...:~ "*,,, _. ~ a'~~"~;t;' The Parks and Recreation master plan identifed the need to maintain parks, as well as accelerate the park renovation and refurbishment schedule. PublicErocess"Status lssues~- ~ .~..~ ~~ ~ -~"~ ~-~"'~~~ ~ '' ~ ~ ~ ~' -~...~„~.s ~r... , ~,.s.a..F~e:~ T_~k ~'.~-'~v~.,.34:wv.3~Y>.~ ~ ~_~.r'?." ~ _ s`,<~ 6 P :,_~-`,'~,~~$ Pubiic process is not anticipated. The project includes the renovation of exiting assets.~ Construction signs will be posted as needed. Path diversions a~d segment closures may occur, but will be limited. Precautions will be taken to ensure contractor vehicles limit disruption to park users andminimize disturbance to natural areas. Staff will work with other departments as needed. ~~,mn,x .,~ ~ ~ ~ ,.~> ~.~.;s~-.,~ .s..~..~,.,.~~,. Capital Funding Plan ~ _,~,s_ ^ ~ ~ ~ 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2U13 Pfanned Funding ~ < ~ $100 000 $228 000 . , $0 $0 $0 $0 $328,000 ~ ;, Change from Prior Year: Mnual On-going Operating Costs Description: Snow removal and normal path maintenance Source of Funding: General Fund and .25 Cent Sales Tax Fund r~~.~: ~.. ~ , ~r~;,;~:;~:r r ~r~~~ ~~r~°~-~° siness Ian:P,~foritizatioo;of,Ser.`vi¢es_ . ,r-,- r:-~,~,,,.~~,~;~~ ~ ~n+~-"=_~; m.~,u.-~~.r ~.a-~n"~>,.._ Essential °l0 25°~o Desirabfe °Jo 75% Discretionary %~ o~,.e ~~~ Total °10 100% M' ~s ~M ~ ~ IiY _ "^ LOTTERY FUND •'- 2008-2013 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM ,~ June 2007 # OVERVIEW _.. The Lottery Fund Capital Improvements Program for 2008-2013 is $3,475,000 and $350,000 is recommended for park development in 2008. ~- POLICY ISSUES .. The departments of Parks and Recreation, Open Space/Mountain Parks and Tributary Greenways ^ share the State of Colorado's Conservation Trust Fund (I.ottery) revenue. The cuirent fund „~ sharing agreement was approved in 2001 by the Open Space Board of Trustees (OSBT) and the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board (PRAB). - Short-Term Budget Policv .,, For 2007, a budget shortfall totaling $300,000 was identified for Pazks and Recreation's Recreation Activity Fund (RAF). In response to this budgetary issue, the OSBT agreed to ~ allocate their portion of Lottery Funds to Parks and Recreation for 2007-08. The generous offer ~ from Open Space/Mountain Parks to forgo their Lottery Funds will provide a short-term solution W to the financial challenges facing the Parks and Recreation Department. Although Lottery Funds can not be expended directly on recreation programs, the additional Lottery Funds will free up ~`- monies allocated within Parks and Recreation's .25 Cent Sales Tax Fund which will then be used ,,, to fund the deficit in the RAF. During the May 23, 2006 City Council meeting, the City Manager reinforced that funding will resume being shazed by the three entities in 2009, based on the "` distribution agreement shown below. ~, HIGHLIGHTS Projected annual revenues are $1,000,000 per yeaz based on average past collections and + projected interest. Distribution of Lottery Funds: i ~ $304,000* Payment of debt service on Area III property approved by City Council „~ $100,000 Department of Open Space and Mountain Parks for Mountain Pazk projects a 150 000 Tributary Greenways projects ., $554,000 "'~ *Debt service in 2008 is $169,835 and in 2009 and thereafter is -0-. ~ The foilowing numbers will vary depending on the I.ottery Revenue amount per year: ~ Remaining funds: Split 50% to Parks and Recreation for projects and 50% to Open Space and ,,, Mountain Parks for projects. ... .. r Paqe 178 . ~ This funding is a vital elemettt of Open Space and Mountain Parks' strategy to address ongoin~ ~ and deferred maintenance in the Mountain Parks land area. ~' ~ The funding is utilized by Pu~ks and Recreation to provide habitat restoration, urban park renovation projects (e.g. playground and shelter renovations), Art in the Park, and [o pay debt ~ service for land acquisitions. ~ r The Parks and Recreation Department has continued to prioritize taking care of the current system through the capital refurbishment and renovation program. Although these projects do not r technically meet the CII' definition, significant capital funds (over $5,000) are expended to ~, replace and renovate park and infrastructure, such as playgrounds, shelters, irrigation systems, gymnasium floors, docks and walkways. The increased funding resulting from Open Space's ~ willingness to forego their portion of Lottery funds for 2007 and 2008 is being used to fund park .. development and renovation projects. r~ FINANCING r Lottery funding is provided by the State of Colorado's Conservation Trust Fund. Funding distributions are provided to eligible governmental entities based on a per capita formula. ~ r PARKS AND RECREATION ADVISORY BOARD RECOMMENDATION: ~ On May 21, 2007 tMe PRAB reviewed the Parks and Recreation CIP and voted unanimously to approve the staff recommendation for the CIP budget and to forward this recommendation to ` City Council. ~ OPEN SPACE BOARD OF TRUSTEES RECOMMENDATION ~ On June 28, 2007 the Open Space Boazd of Trustees unanimously approved, and recommended ~ that City Council approve $475,000 per year, based on current projections and methodology, commencing in 2009 and continuing thereafter from the 2007 through 2012 Lottery Fund CIP ~ allocation to OSMP as outlined in the memorandum and related attachments. ~ i Page 179 ! A i ~ r ~ ~ ~ r AI r ~ Ira [ I f i !' 1 F l [ 1 I 1 E 1 1 i F i ! i i P Y 1 [ I E 1 ~ 1 t f t 1 1 1 1 1 2U08-2G13 Capital Improvements Program Lottery Fund oz-ru~-o~ 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Total Recommended Projected Projected Projected Projected Projected New Construction - Growth Related Facility / Additions Dakota Ridge Pwket Park - Lo[rery 200,000 0 0 0 0 0 200,000 Totai: 200,000 0 0 0 0 0 200,000 On-Going Projects Tribwary Greenways Progam - Lotrery I50,000 I50,000 I50,000 150,000 I50,000 U0,000 900,000 Hisrorical Svucmres & Trails S[abilization & Resroration 0 475,000 475,000 475,000 47~,000 475,000 2,375,000 Total: 150,000 625,000 625,000 625,000 625,000 625,000 3,275,000 Tatal for Lottery Fund 350,000 625,000 625,000 625,000 625,000 625,000 3,475,000 Page 180 7/2/2007 Lottery Fund Business Plan Budget Submission Fiscally Constrained Plan 2ooa - - - - - ' Essential ~ Desireble Discretionary ~ Total Project Type/Name Project N I Funding I % I Funding I % ~ Funding ~ % I Funding ~ % ~~. New Construction - Growth Related Facility/ Atlditions Dakota Ridge Pocket Park - Lotiery $0 $200,000 100% $0 $200,000 700 % TributaryGreenwaysProgram-Lottery I $0 I ~ $750,000 I 100% I $0 I I $750,000 100% Total for Lottery Fund: $0 0°/ $350,000 100 % $0 0°/ 5350,000 100 % r ~ E s ~ ~ f ~ ~ ,~ i ~ ~ ~ ~ a r ~ P~ ~ '~' r ~ ~r a e a ~ ; ~ ^ f r i ~ i ~ ~ ^ r ~ r ~ .. ~ r ~ ~ ~ r ~ ~ .. ~ r. ~ r r ~ .r .~. ~ .. r ~ ~ ~ .. ~ ~ ^ ~ Department: Funding Source: ProjectType: Parks & Recreation suncommunity: North Boulder Lottery Fund svcPnrea: Area I New Construction - Growth Related Facility / Additions CEAP Required: NO CEAP Completed: KPro~e~c~t'~e~~ ~i~~ .~ ~, ~~~ ~~`x'~~„ ~ . . • ~ ,,~r;~"~z~*i °~~ f ';4 .~.. ~ ~:r.. The Dakota Ridge pocket park is a 3.1 acre site located at 5th Street and Dakota Boulevard. Dakota Ridge has been prioritized for design and development beginning in 2008 because the neighborhood is underserved and the project helps fulfill the requirement from the 1995 ballot issue. The park design will incorporate public process to determine the park needs of the Dakota Ridge community. Gbmmu~"niry4Susta ~ati 11 roje ' ea on ' ~~~~' ~~~:~ Environme~tal sustainability: Design, development, and maintenance of new park sites will meet current city codes, strive to meet environmental goals and utilize best management practices. Economic Sustainability: A quality parks and recreation system contributes to the economic viability of the community. Development of some park sites fulfills the commitments made under the 1995 .25 Cent Sales Tax. Social Sustainability: Park sites are community gathering places. Development of this park site will meet the standard of 1.5 acres of pocket park per 1000 population, and be within the walking distance standard of 1/4 miles. R~_e,,,ulationship,xfo~M~.a~ster'Plans• e" ~:~`~~- ~~~~z~£ ~ ~~ z'`~ .. "' ~'`~~'~ ~>~~"r; -~" ,~eu.~'~.c ~:~ma~. E~. uu~*t.e„a'G,i-i The Parks and Recreation Master Plan identified the need to develop existing and newly acquired undeveloped park sites to meet underserved neighborhoods and park service standards. "'~-aS:~zr:s..~-.p~n~~ ~ ~~~ ~'2~~~~ ~ ~~~~~~ P!:~~,°`~~SWtus ~Issue"sa ~.. ~'+~.~ -a As the scope of work is defined the specific public review process will be determined. The park design process will include public involvement to get community input into the design of the park. `~R Ie a~tionshi `wifh'~Oth r~e D artmen ~. ~ '~`F~z ~ "`n' ~~ ~'~ ~' -cs~aam.P~.sa~ aa P ~~~5"i'~"°" ~lw:"~ ~'-~~'`~'`'"= *~~~.i ~,'~Si Parks and Recreation will coordinate with Planning and Transportation as necessary. ,~.~. ' ` ~ ~.~-~«~,~ .>,~,,~~,,:~..~»,,,~ - _ ~ ~ - ~~~.~~~.,~. .~. ..~,.:=." ~ -~ . Capital Funding Pian ~ ~ 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Fundin 9 ;~ ~ $200,000 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $200,000 ~ ~ .~~~„.,~W~„.~~..,~,.~.~- ~~~..~.~~~.~~ ,~~ Change from Prior Year: Annual On-going Operating Costs Description: Source of Funding: Essential °/, ~Park maintenance of turf, horticulture, structures, and hardscape features ~ Desirable % 100% Discretionary °/, Paae 182 Total % 100% 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report i.5 "~ ~ t.-c , a '„~ '~ =`.[~~"St ~'~ ~a~ ~P' s~ ~ ` ~ " x ~°- tit, a-. Pco~ect~ame a',u~ ~~ _ ~ ,~-;, ~~~ ,,,,, ~..,, ~,,,~ ; . ; ,~, -. ~ *~~~ y ~` Pro~ect Numh;r_, Map Number = Historical Structures & Trails Stabilization & Restoration , 730000 ~ s ..~:~.~ _ ~~ ~~i Department: Funding Source: Project Type: Open Space & Mountain Parks subcommunity: System-wide Lottery Fund , svcPnrea: System-wide On-Going Projects CEAP Required: YeS CEAP Completed: Many historic structures and trails on OSMP lands are in need of stabilization and restoration. Large projects scheduled for future completion include: 1) Improvements to trails, trailheads and other facilities in the Eldorado Mountain/Doudy Draw Trail Sudy Area and 2) Improvements to Saddle Rock Trail. In addition, required studies and planning work will be done on several projects scheduled for completion in future years. Three Trail Study Areas will be evaluated by Staff and go through a public process in 2006. Many of the recommendations for improvements will be implemented using lottery funds in 2009 and thereafter. 6ommuui ~'SustainabiU `R`~! Pro e¢t uat fictat an ; `~^~ ` ~.~ ~-~~' `~ `~`<;~`='`~~F ~' ~ - ~ ~ - `i v,..,.h,~..an<3,.::3~.~~_.~a~ -~.:r~~ ~'~.?`"~~".^-~'~sr :~~~:.:.."r':t.*~~~~c~..~.;' ...,, This project supports the Council's goal of environmental sustainability including historic preservation and resource protection. These Open Space & Mountain Parks lands add to the visual appeal of our community and improve our quatity of fife. Improvements to these structures increase visitor safety and enjoyment and heip to reduce conflicts between visitors. x`~'~...i~^^'y,: ^.,,,.. , ~I~ela onship to-Master:Plans - ~ "~" ~r - '~? `~'`'~ " ~',~ ~-~.' . ,~~~~ ' '~~yN ~t~ `~'~" . ?~~ ~ "'~ ` ~ - +~u.~_,vu - ~., ~" s..c.L~'~sr s'~c.e~azv^"s" ~.m,..~.3~:~^ai..~„~ iSfr~:ets_--.,,n ~_..~_ra.s _ne~1'.+~ Restoration and stabilization of these historic facilities will meet the objectives of the Open Space & Mountain Parks Long Range Management Policies and the Visitor Master Plan. P>ubl~r~.ics ~~o'ce s Stafusf~,Cssu~s- :v ~'_ r"~.t~'r,.~,`~~.~ -- ~---'~`"r~ -,~~` ~e~:~~~%~>',~'` a ~" ?~~~- ~ ~ t~an.: .~ .::~a:.~..1t.~...~ '~t' ~ ,nr..u,.3 Project development will include consultation with appropriate Boards and public meetings. The main issues are to restore and preserve the historic, character-defining features of these facilities. Visitor safety and protectiort of rare biological resources are important components of these projects. Project will include appropriate public outreach for the level of work that is proposed and will be determined on a project specific basis. The Open Space & Mountain Parks Department works cooperatively with other city departments including Parks and Recreation and Planning. In addition, OSMP will continue to work with Boulder County Planning, other agencies and state and local programs to promote appropriate restoration of and access to historical structures. :~ ~~~^~. .~ ~~ ~~ ~ - ~~ ~m~*~ •b..~ ~~~^x ~~N~~ ~ Capital Funding Plan ~ ~ 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding ~ ~; $0 $475,000 $475,000 $475,000 $475,000 $475,000 $2,375,000 ~ ~~ ~~..~,~..~~. - ,~.~~ Change from Prior Year: Annual On-going Operating Costs Description: Source of Funding: Essential % 100% Lottery Fund Desirable %~ Discretionary %~ Paae 783 Total % 100% ~ r w ~ ~ r .. ~ s r ~ ~ r 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report ~ < ~ ~ s .~ ~' t ~ 3. y P~o~ectNaCne~~~~~" ~'a ~ ~~-~ ~" ~- , '+" ' " ' ''~ t P oject Numbe~'=` ~' `~ MaP-Number ~ Tnbutary Greenways Program Lottery ~~„ 0- Department: Funding Source: Project Type: Parks & Recreation suncommuniry: Multiple Subcommunities ILottery Fund BVCPnrea: On-Going Projects CEAP Required: NO CEAP Completed: .~. ~nv ~, ~ ~ . aw' -~.r -#'s ~.g, a"" ~. =, w- . E 's+' °tf.r~'~ -sg. -s~~u `~° ~ v . ~_ r. P~ojest~Ues~ otfon• ~~~5~'~~~_~.z_,.r`~~.~~..~`_.~._-~~ is~`;~ .,~~:~~.~`~,~~.~'~.~~.;~a~as.~~:~,~~.`` ~ ~3~,.~1 The Greenway Program will create a comprehensive greenway corridor system along several drainages. These .~ corridors will serve as storm drainage and flood channels, bicycle and pedestrian transportation systems, open space and wildlife corridors, and recreational areas. This project represents the Lottery Fund contribution to the r program. ~+,~. ,~~~ zra~-~' ~. s~ s r ~n~r+a.. 3.'~"`a.` ~.- `_ ,t qF r. xx .~"9~.'~'=n~'kq.~ '~..°`r~ ~~.'r r-,~ ..;, ~ Go~nmuriity~Susta~inatiill~ty((~s,~ect~Just,ific,a.,ti6n~~~~ ~~~,~.r~`~~-.- -~~, ~y~~,~~~,,,~,s? r„ Greenways projects integrate many goals including habitat protection, water quality enhancement, storm drainage and flood management, alternative transportation routes for pedestrians and bicyclists and protection of „~ recreation and culturalresources. r ~Be ~lakidnship to ster-P a s ~~~'~~,m~~.z,~``.,..-. ~..~,~ ~~~.~~~~ .. ~n „~,~,.~ 6.~, ;,,, _ ~~-~.. „ ~ : ~?1~~~.~°~.~ ~;~~ ~- Coordination with the Greenways program is described in the Parks & Recreation Master Plan and the OSMP .r. Visitor Master Plan. F^ 93TR' ^u"4@IMAT'Y} S' '' .r' ~' ~ :s'.•?nt E : ~" `FZ'~ Y ~ Publ~~ca rocess~"Sta~us~IssUes.*a'°a ~-a~,r~~ ~s ^~~, ,~ .~, .,~,;, x~~~~r~ ~„yu~s4r, _ '{~ ; : r a +r+ _ ~ _ .r_.,..MV~s, ~"~~/..av~~.~ _u ~.~~ ,,.,.y.~.,~a .c~..ss:s4:G~'s "b~.-` ~ ~~w4.~P- ~~ ~`.Rr"? ~~ ..s. -._;....-a.,~.~.~.~ CEAP's are completed for all significant greenways projects and are reviewed by appropriate boards. See ~ Greenway CIP for more detailed information. ~ w ~s~ ~F^_.e~', y%p ~. v~x w 'r~ ~r•~ ~."~tn,.3~'t°^"~:c .~;r '+~'fi ~f#' s -' '-'e€:~',_ .~ r Rela4ons. ~R.W~~ er= eparGnents~~~~~.,a.,~.,,.a''...~'. ~w.`: ~,'~,~Pa. ~,~..~.z:?~s'~,:~:~ .. ` ar.:~;s"~; -~~ a ~~ :~,,.~, w~'..'. ~, `~ a~ The Greenways program requires coordinating with Transportation, Open~Space, Flood Utility, Planning and ~ Parks Departments. ~ ~y ~ - - - ~ " ~~ ~~~ '~ Capital Funding Plan ~~ *. ~ 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding w ~ `~ $150,000 $150,000 $150,000 $150,000 $150,000 $150,000 $900,000 ~ . ~y~,,~,~ a~,..w> -.,. ,~.~ "~" Change from Prior Year: ~ Annual On-going Operating Costs ~ " Description: ~ r Source of Funding: no addiitonal - funding is for the program, specific projects are outlined in the Greenways CIP "` Essential % ~ ~ ,. ~ ~ .. ~ Desirable % 100% Discretionary %~ Total % 100% Paae 184 ,. OPEN SPACE FUND ~ 2008-2013 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM - OVERVIEW r The proposed 2008 CiP for the Open Space & Mountain Parks Department continues funding for '~ the Acquisition CIP at $3,400,000 and the Mineral Rights CIP at $100,000. The Water Rights CIP ~ was reduced to $30,000 for 2007-2008 with funds temporarily reallocated to operations, and will be restored to $200,000 thereafter. The Visitor Infrastructure CIP was increased starting in 2006 to ' $450,000 to implement the Visitor Master Plan (VMP). These uses of funds will be sustainable +r under the cusent Budget Office revenue projection of 3.89 % for 2008. '~ POLICY ISSUES r ^ None at this time. ` HIGHLIGHTS ~ From January 1997 through April 2007, approximately 15,160 acres have been added to the r Open Space system, bringing the total Open Space acreage acquired since 1967 to 43,960 acres. .- Properties acquired since 2000, including lands in Jefferson County, have been purchased under r the guidance of the Accelerated Acquisition Program, Acquisition and Management Plan 2000- 2006 and Acquisition and Management Plan 2006-2011. Additionally, 6,555 acres were M acquired via the 2001 merger of the Mountain Parks Division of the Parks and Recreation ,,, Department with the Open Space/Real Estate Department. Staff anticipates acquiring an additiona16,975 acres under the 2006-2011 Acquisitions and Management Plan subject to '" availability of funds. r Within the Land Acquisition program, additional acres of open space will be acquired, subject ~ to available funding, within the BVCP Area III, the Mountain Backdrop, the Northern Tier and in ~ Jefferson County as approved by the OSBT and City Council. Funding is provided from the # projected restricted open space sales tax revenues. The project includes funding for survey, appraisal and professional fees and related acquisition and immediate management costs. ~ w Annual funding for the Visitor Infrastructure program was increased by $200,000 to the cu~rent $450,000 starting in 2006 to meet the work plan identified in the OSMP Visitor Master Plan ` approved by Council in April 2005. This program provides funding for capital maintenance of ~.• existing trails and trailheads; construction of new trails and trailheads and other facilities that improve the visitor experience, such as safe road crossings; and to restore areas where visitor impacts are high. ~ ,~ The Water Rights Acquisition program provides funding to purchase additional water shazes from private owners or others for use on Open Space for agricultural and environmental purposes, as water ~ becomes available in the Coal Creek, South Boulder, Boulder and Lefthand Creek watersheds. .. Funds will also be used for professional, legal and engineering fees, and other analysis necessary to manage and protect the water rights portfolio. The Open Space and Mountain Parks staff will "~ continue to work with other City departments to assist in enhancing minimum stream flow where - possible. r Pag~ 185 The Minerals Rights Acquisition program provides funding to purchase underlying mineral interests from private owners as they become available on the real estate market. Many of these lnterests in minerals, gas, oil and a~gregates were severed from the properties before purchase by the City and could cause future managementissues. Funds are also used for research, mapping and analysis of potential acquisitions. The Historic Structures and Traiis Stabilization and Restoration program uses Lottery funds within the Mountain Backdrop to identify, stabilize and renovate significant historic structures and trails and to protect pre-historic sites identified in cultural resource inventories. These funds will be reallocated and transferred to Parks and Recreation in 2007 and 2008 and afrer 2008 the previous allocation formula will be reestablished, which will return the VMP infrastructure implementation to the Vision Plan level. FINANCING Sufficient funds are available in the Open Space Fund to appropriate the 2008 CIP. Open Space bonds totaling $20,115,000 were issued in May 2006 under the $45,000,000 general revenue bond authorization approved by voters in November 1997. Additional series of bonds are projected to be issued in future years under this and a previous revenue bond authorization. Dates and amounts will depend on a variety of factors, including future sales tax collections and funding needs for acquisitions. RELATIO1~iSHIP TO OPERATING BUDGET The Open Space and Mountain Parks Visitor Master Plan (VMP) was adopted in April 2005 and outlines a significant capital expenditure plan in order to address identified needs within the six year C1P schedule. This, together with the Open Space Long-Range Management Policies adopted in 1995, sets the management direction for the OSMP DeQartment. These policy level plans, along with area and resource management plans, provide the framework to prioritize and budget specific resource management actions to further the OSMP Department mission. Cunendy, OSMP staff is in the implementation phase of the goals, objectives and actions recommended in the VMP, the North Boulder Valley Area Management Plan, the South Boulder Creek Area Management Plan, the Plains Ecosystem Management Plan, and the Forest Ecosystem Management Plan. In 2007 and 2008 funds will be reallocated from the Water Rights CIP and the Historic Structures and Trails Stabilization and Restoration CIP to address immediate operational needs in the OSMP and Pazks and Recreation Departments respectively. These funds are planned to be restored to the respective CIPs in 2009 and thereafter. As the Accelerated Acquisition Program approaches achievement of its programmatic goals with the purchase of additional properties recommended by the Board and approved by the Council, and as the outstanding debt issues aze paid off, there will be a shift of focus and funding from acquisition to management of the Open Space and Mountain Parks properties. Page 186 .. ~ OSBT ACTION *~- The Open Space Board of Trustees unanimously recommended "that Planning Board and City ~ Council approve $3,980,000 in 2008 and $4,150,000 annually thereafter from the Open Space Fund CIP 2008 through 2013 budget; and $475,000 per year in 2009 and thereafter from the "' L.ottery Fund CIP 2008 through 2013 budget as outlined" in its June 27, 2007 memorandum and ~. related attachments. ' During its consideration of this item the OSBT discussed the importance of achieving the goals - of the Acquisition and Management Plan 2005- 2001 including acquisition of approximately 7,000 acres in order to complete the plan; as well as implementation of the Visitor ~ Masfer Plan (VMP) within the projected time frame. Funding for the infrastructure of the VMP '~ is based on $450,000 annually from the Open Space Fund and will return to the vision plan level ~ in 2009 when the agreed portion of Lottery Funds is reinstated for OSMP purposes in the amount of approximately $475,000 annually. ~ .. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ W r~ ~~ ~ ~~ r~ Page 187 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Open Space Fund o2-~«r-o~ 2008 2U09 2010 2011 2012 2013 Total Recommended Projected Projected Projected Projected Projec[ed New Construction - Not Growth Related OSMP New Trails Eldo Mt & Doudy Draw TSA OSMP Trails and Trailhead Projec~s m West TSA Total: On-Going Projects Acquisition Progam Mineral R~gh[s Acquisilion Visi[or InfrestrucNre Warer Righ[s Acquisi[ian Total: 170,000 0 0 0 0 0 170,000 190,000 0 0 0 0 0 190,000 360,000 0 0 0 0 0 3G0,000 3,400,000 3,400,000 3,400,000 3,400,000 3,400,000 3,400,000 20,400,000 I00,000 IOQ000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 600,000 90,000 450,000 450,000 450,000 450,000 450,000 2,340,000 30,000 200,000 200,000 200,000 200,000 200,000 1,030,000 3,620,000 4,150,000 4,150,000 4,150,000 4,150,000 4,150,OOU 24,370,000 Total for Open Space Fund 3,980,000 4,150,000 4,150,000 4,150,000 4,150,000 4,150,000 24,730,000 ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ t ~ ~ ~, ~ w i r P~~'~ ~ ~ r ~ r ~ N ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ r i i 9 1~ C i F i I 1 (! f l i 1 1 1 1! f i I 1 1 i I 1 1 i t 1 1 1 1 1 i 1 ~/z~zoo~ Business Plan Budqet Submission Fiscally Constrained Plan 2oos OpeO SpaCe Fund -- ---- - - ~ Essential -- - - - - ~esireble ------- -- - ~ Discretionary I -- - Totai ( Pro/ecf Type/Name Project N Funding % Funtling % Funding % Funding % New Construction • Nol Growth Related OSMP New Trails Eldo Mt & Doudy Draw TSA 843020 $770,000 100 % $0 $0 $170,000 100 / OSMP Trails and Trailhead Projects in West TSA 843040 $190,000 100% $0 $0 $790,000 100 / On-Going Projects Acquisition Program 720000 $3,400,000 100% $0 $0 $3,400,000 100% MineralRighlsAcquisiti0n 935000 $50,000 50% $50,000 50% $0 $100,000 700% Visitorlnfrastructure 84300D $90,000 700% $0 $0 $90,000 100% WaterRightsAcquisition 930000 $15,000 50% $75,000 50% $0 $30,000 100% Total for Open Space Fund: $3,915,000 98 % $65,000 2% $0 0% $3,980,000 100 % Page 189 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report .. - . „ ., .:., . . . : PrqebE'Name , * ~ -~ =~ - - ' ' _.-ProjectNumber:~- ~Map~NUm6er ,'r:j _ -.. ~ ~,_. ._ _ _. Acqwsition Program ' 720000 : ...., ... .. , ~r__.~ ....:. .... ~.s ~;,1 Deparlment: Funding Source: Project Type: Open Space & Mountain Parks suncommunity: System-wide Open Space Fund svcPnrea: System-wide On-Going Projects CEAP Required: NO CEAP Completed: Project De cs ~iption =.~` ° ." ~. . . ,,.sx =- ; - _ ~ ~i ~, .~ , ~ . .~ .. k > ... - . . - a - .__.._ ._._..,.:.,._._. _ s..~._ . , -. ~ _ This project is to acquire additional acres of open space, subject to available funding, within the BVCP~Area III as well as the areas in the Northern Tier and in Jeffersbn County as approved by the OSBT and City Council. Funding is provided from the projected restricted Open Space sales tax revenue. The project includes funding for survey, appraisal, professional fees and related acquisition and immediate management costs. Supports City Council Goals of environmental sustainability including environmental priorities of habitat preservation and water quality. The Open Space acquisitions program has made the City of Boulder a nationwide environmental leader and role model for other communities. The Open Space lands add to the visual appeal of our community and the management practices after acquiring these prope~[ies insure that we continue to provide habitat preservation for wildlife, protect the quality of our waterways and provide for recreational opportunities for our citizens. _.., ,_ Rela6onshiRto'Master.Plans-'"~~' -~~- ~~ -~~- .~ -~: .5as xz `~-~ . - '~ .-- ~-~~~~s .....~,.~~.....,..~ z ...... _~ ~,..,_. z ,~„ «....._ ..~.,~~...,... », . Funding for the acquisitions supportsJthe Open Space Acquisitions and Management Plan as approved by the OSBT and City Council in October 2005. The conceptual acquisition area in Area III is annually coordinated and incorporated with the Boulder Valley Comp Plan. PublicProcessStatus-~SSUes -~; ,__~_~ c~'~~.s~`.~ :,~~.:~,_ . _.,~~, i:... ,_:.,___~_ n:~„~. _ ~r. _ `- Specitic purchases are recommended by the OSBTand approved by City Council Relationshipwifh'~Othe Dr epartments. ~ ~~-a.,~~ ~ ~~~~*~~~~` ~ k ~ - ' ~ : ~ , ~ .. _ ., _ ., . ,. ~a..~-_......~.~.,. , ~:„:..: , a?:~. m.u....~ e......~.._.,._,.,~_ .~ .,,. .,r' - '~_.:.r-~_ »a.bz :..,: ~:....."t _. aw :... - ~ ` _-~., The Open Space & Mountain Parks department works cooperatively with other City Departments, primarily Parks, Greenways, Transportation, Utilities and Planning. The department also works with and promotes inter- governmental cooperation with national, state and local conservation and Open Space programs, such as Boulder County Open Space, Louisville, Lafayette and Longmont, Colorado Open Space Alliance (COSA), GOCO, Colorado Dept of Natural Resources, CDOW and others including the Trust for Public Lands, The Conservation Fund and Nature Conservancy. ~} .. _ - _ _~sam~ - ~a.,..a+:, -.s.~ .E_,,.,~~,~,N.~.:,t~.,~,.- ~<~.asst-,~ Capital Funding Plan ~ -;:..a..:,~-,~~.a,,.~ ._~...__<....~:....,:,.~___.~, ~, r ~ 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding ,~ ~ n , ~~ $3,400,000 $3,400,000 $3,400,000 $3,400,000 $3,400,000 $3,400,000 $20,400,000 t ~ " r ~~~~,~.~,. - Change from Prior Year. ~ ~ Annual On-going Operating Costs $0 Description: OSMP maintenance costs are primarily related to visitation and visitor infrastructure. ~ Ac uisition of land does not necessarif increase o eratin costs at a si nificant leve{. r Source of Funding: Open Space Fund -.r~..-sm~-~.,... ~~ :~,a.~:~:-:.-:..: ~°y-^~.-.. . .--'a--.7. .~ - . -z~ ^"--^r';..„z, s-~<P.~e; s.,' - A Business~FlanuP.noritizati~o~~o,fServ~ces '~x4~` ~~~~°~k~'~`~~~' ~a~~~~~~,3~'~:'-g""'rr-'~~~.``~'~ °f-'-~'x'~~'~i~~T~s~ - ~ s.s.ee ^~'.ra ns,. _ ~ x:av~. ~ Sa w ,..~wz[=~F.< r.~>,, a~s a-",^'-4' ..f~~x_:~~£° ..x.~rc`k.r-:~ -~. ~~.' _i Essential % 100% Desirable %~ Discretionary °/o~ Totai %~1J00% s .. s ~ Page 190 ~ ~.. ~ Open Space & Mountain Parks subcommuntry: System-wide Open Space Fund svcPnrea: Area III On-Going Projects ,,,, CEAP Required: NO CEAP Completed: r Pio~ect~~De cii t~on . ~~;.;~!~ta ,a zd„N~."3S'" . ..~~ ~~- ~~ „~ ~~ rw~.~-~r.,- ~ ~ ~,.~ ,s~+~~`e:~;.r~"~i~3i .~,~.,~ ~ ~'^v~.. . . ~ ~,..%s~`'k,~'~'~ -.~.Y" ~ ~~3 This program provides funding to purchase underlying mineral interests from private owners or others as they ^ become available on the real estate market. Many of these interests in minerals, gas, oil and aggregates were ~ severed from the lands before properties were purchased by the City and could cause future management dilemmas. Funds would also provide for researching, mapping and analyzing potential acquisitions. ... «~ ~ :~x.~s -~ - ~` ~;-~«~,~-~ ,Coirm~m ,un~ifjr~Susta~i~aF2~li,ty,.t~P.ro~ect ustificat~'on;~ ' ` * ,,,,, Contributes to Council's key focus areas. Supports City Council Goals of environmental sustainability including environmental priorities of habitat preservation and water quality. The Open Space acquisitions program is one .- that has made the Ciry of Boulder a nationwide environmental leader and role model for other communities. The Open Space lands add to the visual appeal of our community and the management practices after acquiring " these properties ensure that we continue to provide habitat preservation for wildlife and protect the quality of our waterways. ~ ~" Funding for these acquisitions supports the Open Space Acquisitions and Management Plan as approved by the ,„, OSBT and City Council in 1999 and in 2000 and 2005. ~ .. - .~cccsFew.l..~ a~~..xm...~a- ~~-s::sicesv .x.av~. • Annual funding is approved by both the OSBT and City Council. ~ Reva~"'~i~b'~Pn~' h~p~tivth~Ot ernUepart_.ments: -" '~.~.,.,~ ''~ a , ~~- ~ ~~~~~,-~"'A" ~~~~m~ ~~?Q`~ .. The Open Space & Mountain Parks department works cooperatively with other City Departments, primarily Parks, Utilities and Transportation. The department also works with and promotes inter-governmental cooperation with +. national, state and local conservation and Open Space programs, such as Boulder County Open Space, Jefferson County Open Space, Louisville, Lafayette and Longmont, Colorado Open Space Alliance (COSA), " GOCO, Colorado Department of Natural Resources, CDOW and others. ,~ ~ ~ ~ ~~, w,~ m.~ ~ ~.~ _ ~~~~~F~ " ~~~~ ~~~. ~~~<,~.,,~. ~ , -, r~ CapiWl Funding Plan ~ , ~ ~ 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding ~ ;~ $100,000 $100,000 $100,000 $100,000 $100,000 $100,000 $600,000 , " ~~.~ ~~...=,.a,<.~, -K-.~ ~~,x~~ ~ ~~ ~ Change from Prior Year. '~ Annual On-going Operating Costs $0 ~ ~ ~ ~ .. .~. r 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report i =C€"1Su;r'~^h -.Yk~'` w7t`~ W c~.,. "C' r+.^3*.s 'S `~` ?rs~` } 14~'?r'4.;~sr'..k`~"e3~.e,~"K"n-~"x-r .~ 8~ # 1 ,~'r,~--v+ ~!,{,~~ Ga r ~ : .~PCO~ec,tNar~e;4;~'~.;~.ta:~`'=-">°~:~~~:~'~'~..5~~~+~R".,w~F'~'s`~°'~`~ "~,~~''y~.'~,~~'?.~=F~,~v~PrqectN mbeyx", ~'~~MapNumber5"'~~. Mineral Rights Acqwsition 935000 ~~ fi _ ~. Department: Funding Source: Project Type: Description: Source of Funding: Essential % 'Induded in annual appropriations for operations IOpen Space Fund Desirable % 50% Discretionary %~ Total % 100% i Pape 191 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report i ; s ry '°' Y.~~ r" ~_ : `a d a 'x° ' , h . ' . -« ,i i Prqect;Na[ne ~..,,:~. ....,,.,. ~,,.~'~~~~;~~~,z~, r -<-~ ~~4y~~~t~~~~rPFo~eCtNumtier~~` '' -`Map.Number ~`>.s OSMP New Trails Eldo Mt & Doudy Draw TSA 843020 131 ~ ~ :~.rl - ~ ~m. Department: Funding Source: Project Type: Open Space 8 Mountain Parks Suncommuniry: System-wide Open Space Fund svcPnrea: New Construction - Not Growth Related CEAP Required: Np CEAP Completed: Pf00Ch~~5C"'_~I ~1011 .~.*x -- ~'. r~ { %3E~SF<.-a'~m.s'~35~'- Rp -rX°r +c~r a tr -~~..*""`ro..':,T~~~" 1 P x +~. s.~.. ~ ~~a `~° ~'~ f ~ ~:a~ ~ ~~~~ 4'~'x~~~'~.. ~ ~-,~- u _,~.1:: _~.».~ Trails projects in this Trail Study Area were identified in the planning process that was completed in 2006. Initial trails projects are to be done in 2007. Additional trail projects that are planned for 2008 include: undesignated trail closure/reclamation, continued management of weeds (particularlyjointed goatgrass) in trail corridors, management of cattle trail development and construction of new trail loops west of Flatirons Vista Trailhead. OSMP Trail Suitability and Alternatives Analysis will be completed in 2007-2008 for these trails. C~m~u~ i :8u5~~~ i in~tiili / Pro ec't Justifieation: "' ~` ~~~` r ~~ -~: ~ ~~ _ - -~-~~-~ ~` ~~ _ tY :..ty ~.. ~,~ , ~;~.a~..,;~,... ~= ~.. ~.=3~'"~=at::= Supports City Council Goals of environmental sustainability including environmental priorities of habitat preservation and water quality. The Open Space & Mountain Parks program has made the City of Boulder a nationwide environmental and passive recreation leader and role model for other communities. Open Space & Mountain Parks lands add to the visual appeal of our community. The management practices followed after acquiri~g these properties ensure that we continue to provide habitat preservation for wildlife, protect the quality of our waterways and address the community's desire for passive recreatio~. Improvements to Visitor Infrastructure will assist in Council's goal to reconcile conflicts between environmental and recreational communities. Funding for visitor infrastructure supports the Visitor Master Plan that was adapted by OSBT and City Council in 2005. Pu~tilic~Procese Status Issues =-~ ~ ~ ~' ~~'~~~t`~;? ~`~~ ~~ `~ T ~ ~`"r,=~'~~'~~`"`~ ~~'~ ~' ~~ ~, "'~n~' -.e~. ,. .. ~~..s~v:..3,w..cw~.~~aa~v3K'i`,e~. b~ma~.•.~,. ~~ax~`.~~L'e3e~'5~.~.~.,~3--E. ,_ ~'~:e.,»m_x`z.«-~.:z Projects are approved by the OSBT through the public process. Pro}ects whose scope requires a CEAP ase also approved by City Council under the CEAP call up provision. In addition, the public has input in the development of trail and trailhead locations in the trail study area process. _ ~~ ~~¢ ,.~.~~, ~~„F.~,.~,...K, - ~ ~ CapiWl Funding Plan ~ ~ 2U08 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Plannetl Funding ~ ~ $170,000 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $170,000 ~ v ~... ~~a~ ~ ~,.~ ~„~..- - .,.e~~~- ~~_.:~ .s.__,.:.-_.u.~.... Change from Prior Year: Annual On-going Operating Costs ~ $2,000 ~ Description: Monitor, maintain, rehab trails when needed Source of Funding: Open Space Fund ~>~::,,,, F: ~~ ~~-.~_.~,-~a ~= B~, usines +P an=Pno rti~za, t~iomr_o~ervices ~ Essentiai % 100% Desirable %~ Discretionary %~ Pape 192 Total % 100% w i ~ i ~ i ~ ^ ~ r w r ^ r ~ ~ w 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report Pro e f"Name'- ~~ ~ i~+ ~°'~ a_ ~. ~ " `~ ~~~ ~'~~~j~,,., "~ ~ s~~F ~`~~:~"~T~~~-t~~Pro [ Numbsr~,.E~4 '~Ma , Nytnber#*~~ 1.. .,._ _ ~ c.u ..a .~ ~.4,=._ ~..~~.r'.+`u°,tr .3 .~...-..~`~'.~«. ". ~....'§ -s.,. ., a { .,...«J.~... ;~~ .... P ,~ .,. OSMP Trails and Trailhead Pro~ects in West TSA ~ 843040 132 = ~,,.,:~,..~.~„~~_-~ w ~~ ~,:~~ Department: Funding Source: Project Type: Open Space & Mountain Parks suncommunity: System-wide Open Space Fund evcParea: New Construction - Not Growth Related CEAP Required: rf0 CEAP Completed: Trails and trailhead projects in this part of our system will be identified with the completion of this Trail Study Area, currently scheduled for the fourth quarter of 2007. Projects may include: limited number of new trails, undesignated trail closure / restoration, trailhead improvements, and revised andlor additional signs. Appropriate OSMP Trail Suitability and Alternative Analysis will be completed in 2008. . .~~ ~': ~ rx . _ •"~ ~ 'r?3~"~~'P- ,, ''~~.a~ ~r'~=^ -~Sh "~'i'i:*'~"' °,~ ~"7 C~, omm~n ria ustaina -pitV t~Froje~ustif~cation .~ ~ ~ ~~ - - ~~'v~ ~^ ,~~ ,~~~.~~,,~-c~` Supports City Council Goals of environmental sustainability including environmental priorities of habitat preservation and water quality. The Open Space & Mountain Parks program has made the City of Boulder a nationwide environmental and passive recreation leader and role model for other communities. Open Space & Mountain Parks lands add to the visual appeal of our community. The management practices followed after acquiring these properties ensure that we continue to provide habitat preservation for wildlife, protect the quality of our waterways and address the community's desire for passive recreation. Improvements to Visitor Infrastructure will assist in Council's goal to reconcile conflicts between environmental and recreational communities. .,, ,~:,q.~~. . ,..n~~ - ~ .: x ~ , ~ ~ -~ . ~ ~-~ ~ ~ Relat~.,ionship tom a~e~r,~Plans ~~~, ~ s "'~~,,,n"~~~~ ~.~.~.~~:~~ ~ `~~~~ ~:~ ~ ~ `~. ~:n~`~.x }~~~v~::~;~.~~t~',..,~::~:s~ ^ Funding for visitor infrastructure supports the Visitor Master Plan that was adapted by OSBT and City council in 2005. r PutiiicProees,~,3taus~,.lssues~ ~j .~-~~~~, .~e~~~;"~: n~. ~~ '~'. ~,.' ~~'y~,~':..~~ ~-„" ,~s`a''~ ~ `~~~ ~~y~~r.~~"~~ -=n~`x ~ ,.,t.,~.~:.~.; ~a6~r.mCV? r~ t"lr. +GU .~YC-...,~vhn ?.~.. ~+.'E'~nf'i:_~~'4~}'i~~ -~'fiF{41h -.'~1..~+~,'~..3Fr~.a ,,, Projects are approved by the OSBT through the public process. Projects whose scope requires a CEAP are also approved by City Council under the CEAP call up provision. In addition, the public has input in the development ~ of trail and trailhead locations in the trail study area process. ~...i,.ma: ~ ~a°'~x~•,.^~v~~~~'R . a r ~ ; ~, a° c~- ak-„"''+ , '~ y'_"~' ~ ~,~,,s"~~v' ,'.%°~ ? "`; . ,,. Rel twnshi withzOther Re rtments ~:~ ~ ~ ~ - `~ ? ~ ~ t a `' '~' -~'~, ~ ~ " r.~ ~ - =~ P'tr~nm~nam~ac~,.~m.~wir.=m„.~'~5 r,x =tY.. rr~~. '~i'a,~ `~~c2~~v+~iu..,.~.,.~~s~~~'~.~*uaa.~~s T~~~~;'~'~'....: s~'~ r ~ ~ ~ r ~ j.n. .uwvm.nro-,.~.rt+..~nn..a..~+u;~~. M o=. - - - ~M .n.erxru~~..s,.;e,~.,._ _ ~ ~ x Capital Punding Plan ~ 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding ~ x, ~ $790,000 ~ $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $190,000 ~ - Change from Prior Year: new in 2008 Annual On-going Operating Costs $2,000 Description: `f Source of Funding: .~ Monitor, maintain, rehab trails when needed Open Space Fund " Essential % 100% ~ ~ ~ r Desirable %~ Discretionary %~ Total Page 193 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report Department: Funding Sou~ce: Project Type: Open Space & Mountain Parks subcommun~ry: System-wide Open Space Fund svcanrea: Area III On-Going Projects CEAP Required: YeS CEAP Completed: This program was established to provide funding for maintenance on existing trails and trailheads, construction of new trails and trailheads, construction of facilities that improve the visitor experience (e.g., safe road crossings) and restoration of areas where visitor impacts are high. The recently adopted Visitor Master Plan provides general goals and guidelines for visitation on Open Space and Mountain Parks and, thus, will help determine the specific projects that are undertaken. This project provides funds for the planning phase of one Trail Study Area, a couple trail rebuilds and a couple of road/trail crossings. These planning phase costs will include various surveys that will be needed in the planning process. Supports City Council Goals of environmental sustainability including environmental priorities of habitat preservation and water quality. The Open Space & Mountain Parks program has made the City of Boulder a nationwide environmental and passive recreation leader and role model for other communities. Open Space 8~ Mountain Parks lands add to the visual appeal of our community. The management practices followed after acquiring these properties ensure that we continue to provide habitat preservation for wildlife, protect the quality of our waterways and address the communitys desire for passive recreation. Improvements to Visitor Infrastructure will assist in Council's goal to reconcile conflicts between environmental and recreational communities. Funding for visitor infrastructure supports the Visitor Master Plan that was adapted by OSBT and City Councii in 2005. ~- 4 ~ z-~ ~ _. - ~ ~ -~- ti.~ ~ . ~~ Publ~cProcess-Status=lssues~ ~z=~~~;~,~-~~. :~s~~~-,o~>~''~'~ ;,~r.~,'~`" ~~"'~'-u ~"~~~ ~'i~~:~ _ _ , . _.._.. ~ ~. _ ., ~ ~..~'r'y-;"f~. _ ~.:_..~. fi . e~s~,.,..,e.,xw.....,~ Projects are approved by the OSBT through the public process. Projects whose scope requires a CEAP are also approved by City Council under the CEAP call up provision. In addition, the public has input in the development of trail and trailhead locations in the trail study area process. ~~ ,:,~A.~.~~,~~ ~ ~ ~II~ ~.~.,~,~~ ~ - -_ ~ ~~ ~ ~ 2008 2009 2010 Capital Funding Plan 2011 2012 ; 2013 Planned Funding ~ ~ $90,000 $450,000 $450,000 $450,000 $450,000 $450,000 $2,340,000 ~ °~~ - Change from Prior Year: Annual On-going Opereting Costs Description: Source of Funding: Essential % ~There wili be no on-going costs associated with the planning phase of these projects ~ Desirable %~ Discretionary %~ Total % 100% Page 194 .~ _ .. ~ ^ ... ~ ~ Department: Funding Source: Project Type: Open Space & Mountain Parks suncommunity: System-wide Open Space Fund svcP.4rea: Area III On-Going Projects ,~ CEAP Required: NO CEAP Completed: ~ ~s,~s.~-'W~qa, -~v„: i µRt~~ i,"~+, '~~,: ~n _ ~ ~. g y~,~, - ~;~€•` r~+ ' ,~a~-a°~ - ;~",,, w^-~sEro¢ rraa ° ~, s~+.~v LF~ "'~'~'~,~"d Projec,t,Descnppo~.s':~~~u~r~a"`~~,.~~~:.'~~.°~~#:s -a' "~.~.~a~~~~~`~'~.'..._~.~=_ ~F'~- <~.~'~.~'c~3`~. Fw~~.w;`:_,~c_~~a This will provide funding to purchase additional water rights from private owners or others for use on Open Space ^ for agricultural and environmental purposes as water becomes available. Program funding includes water ~„ acquisitions in the Coal Creek, South Boulder, Boulder and Lefthand Creek watersheds. Funding will also be used for protessional fees, legal and engineering fees, analysis and mapping necessary to manage and protect ,,, the water rights portfolio. Because of our continuing wildlife and habitat concerns, the Open Space and Mountain Parks Resource Conservation staff will co~tinue to work with other City departments to assist in enhancing ~ minimum stream flow where possible. ~:.~^~+~--~~`$a ~ ~%"~""`~~"vea~.~~~€,~`~ ~ rtilti~-~" 'xn.v~^'+':~^~.~,'t,. '_"x.'+ ~6oivimunityti$usta~nailit l~ProJe~Cf-Justifaation ~ " ,.~_~ ~ w~~p'~~'~ ~ g ~ - ~, ~ .~~ s~.,.~~.-~n~,.., ~ w Contributes to Council's key focus areas. Supports Ciry Council Goals of environmental sustainability including ~' environmental priorities of habitat preservation and water quality. The Open Space acquisitions program is one that has made the City of Boulder a nationwide environmental Ieader and role model for other communities. The "~ Open Space lands add to the visual appeal of our community and the management practices after acquiring ,~, these properties ensure that we continue to provide habitat preservation for wildlife and protect the quality of our waterways. ~ P'n.e~rra.-^t iwk'~'^"~~1 .wt-c~ ~ . ""'r .~.. ~"~'~. . -; 'F~,a"xg cv~rr~~ ~vroa~„~m-~sr . --.-z -:stz~^'v Relafl ns,ipft~otMasteriPlansnr:,;~~'!~ ~r~~a,'~ ,s~.,~Y',~+~' .. ~.*. .~.~°s~~~'-~`~'~~.~~'c ca~'~ .,... ,...~a~,9~~.a„tid - .~».~- .,~~dz::.~x~..r~ ~~"`~`~ r Funding for these acquisitions supports the Open Space Acquisitions and Management Plan as approved by the OSBT and City Council in 1999 and in 2000 and 2005. *' -.~,r -r^~~m ^~;~f•, ~ .~,. a. ,r~~-- - ~"- ~ a~.'~'=~'. -z•-'-,,..,°.-s x ' ~ ~ r PublicProce~ss:Status~lssues~ ` ~~`4~~~`~~','."~.~Z,'.'~~,~-~~,~„-^~~~'~~:~~=~rt"s^,r"'~ ~.~'~.~'~~?~.~..x~.,t~-~`-,~€r~~ :wuauuz~tra~v~ , ~ , dx n [*. z v .a- m ~.u~...,,.raa _..rc.,.~„ ~ Annual funding is approved by both the OSBT and City Council. ~: ~~~.,~.g~„~,~ ~ ,~~,r ~ ~- ~.~ .-~,~ ~ ~* "" ~-~,~ : a , . ~ ~~ -~~ ', ;~ ~ ~ r: , ~~„r- ~ :R,elahon ~i ~iNith •the,~.Uepart%tents ~`e ~r,g ~a~';~,..u .~,.~ ~~+ ~~ - ~ ~~,.p,~,,,,~`' r The Open Space & Mountain Parks department works cooperatively with other City Departments, primarily Parks, ~ Utilities and Transportation. The department also works with and promotes inter-governmental cooperation with national, state and local conservation and Open Space programs, such as Boulder County Open Space, '~ Jefferson County Open Space, Louisville, Lafayette and Longmont, Colorado Open Space Alliance (COSA), ,~ GOCO, Colorado Department of Natural Resources, CDOW and others. ~~~-~.xd~~~~,~,...~.~..a.~k - ,~~ti., ~ r.~~.~~~.~.~ ~ ~~~n~~..~~.~:~,-. >.~~~ ,u~,~.~~•.,~__~,~.T,~.. ~, ~ ~ Capital Funding Plan ~ 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding ~ r ~ $30,000 ` $200,000 $200,000 $200,000 $200,000 $200,000 $1,030,000 ~ ~ ~ ~ 'xz '~.a..:..meraera+•s~r,s ~.zm~m.c~=_~x,..~.,n,~w~..:..m.-.-.s.:..~,~»a~- va~ ~v~r-,r~a•.,mwe,-<,s _' ' _ .mx ~ Change from Prior Year: .. Annual On-going Operating Costs $0 .. Description: Source of Funding: ~ Included in annual appropriations for operations Open Space Fund ` .___~~__ Essential % 50% r Desirable % 50% Discretionary %~ Total % 100% Paqe 195 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report r ~- CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT FUND 2008-2013 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM ~ OVERVIEW "' The 2008-2013 Capital Development Fund (CDF) Capital Improvements Program is ~ $1,220,000. Two projects are scheduled in 2008 for a total of $80,000. "' HIGHLIGHTS ~ The 2008-2013 CIP projects reflect the City's participation in the creation of community " plazas and other municipal spaces / projects. The CIP primarily focuses on construction ,,. of a General Storage facility in 2011 at the City Yazds to be used for recycling building materials, wastes, computers, and furniture and for other city operational needs. ~ However, as noted in the Budget Policy Issues section of the Development and Support .~ Services Division 2008-09 Narrative, this project is being revaluated as part of the Downtown Campus Office Space Needs project. ~ - FINANCING ~ Funding for the CDF projects is derived from the assessment of excise taxes on new -- development. The proposed CDF CIP and fund financials reflect the new excise tax rates W and annual cost of living increases up to the maximum rate allowed by the ordinance. - RELATIONSHIP TO OPERATING BUDGET r Department and tenant operating budgets are to identify any on-going costs and " corresponding funding. FAM typically calculates these operational costs and advises ,,, departments accordingly. Major Maintenance and Facility Renovation & Replacement (FR&R) costs are applicable to any new, improved, or expanded General Fund facilities. ^ These costs aze each 1% of the cunent replacement value (2% total) for these facilities. ~. Major Maintenance costs aze charged in conjunction with the project and are added to the FAM operating budget and FR&R charges are added to the FAM FR&R budget when all "' debt on the facility is retired. In the cunent fiscally constrained budget situation, no ~ additional funding is available for MM/FR&R. However, funding gaps in MNf/FR&R aze addressed in the Action and Vision funding plans as outlined in the FAM Master Plan. '~ Users of the General Storage Facility will pay their portion of operational costs through a ~ cost allocation process and should realize an overal] budget savings for storage as compared to fees currently charged by private facilities. w i ~ r ^ r Pane 19fi . ~ BUSINESS PLAN ^ r Capital projects classified into essential, desirable and discretionary using the ~ methodology outlined in the FAM Master Plan. Priority is given to the 26 "essential "" facilities" noted in Appendix 1 of the FAM Master Plan when completing capital projects. Essential projects are those projects that allow continued operation of a facility, ~ repair/replace life-safety systems, or are necessary to fully comply with laws and "" regulations. Desirable projects are those projects that extend facility service life or ~ repair/replace systems other than life safety. Discretionary projects are those projects that improve efficiency. "` ~ s A r ~ r ~ r ~ r ~ r ~ r ~ r ~ r ~ ~ r ~ r ! r A Paae 19~ ~ t ~ r ~~~ r ~ t~ t i r~ E~ t~ t ~~ ~ i~ r ~€ i ~~ r~ ~~~~ t 3 2UUI3-2~13 C;apital lmprovements Yrogram Capital Development Fund oz-~~t-o~ 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Total Recommended Projected Projected Projec[ed Projected Projected New Construction - Growth Related Facility / Additions Miscelianeous Fac~ti[y DET R~ojec~s 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 300,000 Municipai Spaces 30,000 30,000 30,000 0 0 0 90,000 Construct / Purchase a General Srorave Facihry 0 0 0 830.000 0 0 830,000 Total: 80,000 80,000 80,000 SS0,000 50,000 50,000 1,220,000 Total for Capital Development Fund 50,000 80,000 80,000 880,000 50,000 50,000 1,220,U00 Page 198 ~lv2oo~ Business Plan Budgei Submission Fiscally Constrained Plan zooe Ca rtal Develo ment Fund - p P r Essential ~ Desirable I Discretionary f Total I Project Type/Name Project # Funding % Funding % Funding % Funding / New Constructton - Growth Related Facility / Additions Miscellaneous Facility DET Projects 511702 $0 $50.000 100% $0 $50,000 100% Municipal Spaces 511715 $0 $30,000 100 % $0 $30 000 100% Total for Capital Development Pund: $0 0% $50,000 100°/> $0 0% 580,000 100% ~ , ~ ~ E ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ I ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ P~ ^ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ I { ~ _ _ ~ ^ ~ .. ... .. w r ~ ~ s r ~ ~ ~ r ~ r ~ r City of Boulder Captial Improvement Projects, 2008 - 2013 PW/Facilities and Asset Management 111: Maintenance of Boulder Reservoir Security House 94: Main Library Electrical System Maintenance 96: Main Library Roof Replacement 98: Main Library Carpet Replacement 101: West Senior Center Maint. and Rehab. 105: Mustard's Storefront & ADA Improvements 109: Reconstruct Main Library North Plaza 110: BMoCA Elevator & ADA Improvements ..a~°c ~~ ~ f ~ 4 1 ~ r ~ M ~ Jay Rd -~ 100: Construct / Purchase ~ a General Storage Facility ` 102: Maintenance of Spruce k ~ 91: North Boulder Pool Locker Rooms ~ 07: Stazio Tinsile Canopy Park Shelter Repair '~ ~ I ~ fj Covering Replacement U ~ ' ~l ~ I ~~~- 'E I , , °~_____-~ ` -~" ' ~ 3 I a, ~ ; ''"~ ~ 93: Fire Station #3 Ara ahoe Rd. f ~~f~ .--_ ~ \ ~ f j Major Maintenance I 97: Martin Park~__'~I I-'~~. Shelter Major ,~ 106: Maintenance of Scott Maintenance ~ ~ Carpenter Locker Rooms S Boulder U \ 36 Legend Year of Project ~ 2008 ~ 200420'13 ~ 2008 = 20032013 ~ 2008 ~ ZOOS2013 104: Fire Station #4 Major Maintenance } 108: Tantra Park I ~ Shop Maintenance Paoe 200 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report ~ ~- ProJect'Name ' -' n, _ '~°= ~~ y ~ -- - Y='-u=~ "-~p~ojecYNumber ~' ~Map Number -~- > _ , p Construct / Purchase a General Storage Facility 511XXX 100 .? a~ ~.~ _.. ,_ .:3_~ .,.._..,_.-, ._ ~, > ~~~_ Department: Funding Source: PrqectType: PW/ Facilities & Asset Management subcommuniry: East Boulder Capital Development Fund 1 svcaarea: Area I New Construction - Growth Related Facility / Additions CEAP Required: NO CEAP Compteted: ' 'f~ ' ' ',a~. . ~%'C !T 1~ V.. ~ ~ . , a- {~ .ys'._ ry.{4 ~' .~i Prqect,bescnpt~on f ~>~,..~ ~~~.~,~_~.,.=~s~~}~".z~..~''t s~ ,~.~:4»~.~~",.~~~~~f_ ~.:...'.._k~.t. .~„~~.~.~^ .-:~.~.:~ Construct a storage facility (approx. 5800 SF) at the City Yards as an addition to the existing 62 Building in the space vacated by the Boulder Emergency Squad. This facility is needed to reduce vehicle miles traveled by FAM to support furniture and waste recycling programs and will address growing city storage needs. Space will also be allocated for storage of Central Records. Purchase of an existing storage facility in the area of the City Yards will be considered and pursued if it is more cost effective or desirable in lieu of constructing new space. _':.~ ~ ~'.~t . ~.5~r . ~r-,r,,~- s„-.~:::~ n £.. ~~r~ _ ~. '~'~`"°_...y A s~: '~:'~ CommOnityS3stamability/Pro~ect:lust~fca~tio,nffi- ~~. ~4~ ~=~S;~r"'~ .. ~ ~`~. r . ~"~ ~~, m° ~~ _ . . . ~~._ -~ _.e.~ *;~.~-~r~,. ~:.~.~ ~~5;e This project supports the Council goals of environmental and economic sustainability by reducing vehicle miles traveled and by increasing the ability for city departments to store building materials and furniture for reuse and to have a central recycling facility for wastes. fte{ati6nsMp to Master Plans ` - ~' ; ~ ~ '~~.~^"~s"~" ~ -' ~ "` s' ~ 'Y'.,~ ~~ ~~- , * - ~`' "~"' . ' ~' - ;~,~.~.am~..a, ~._ ~ ~'~"...~r,,.~' .. ~:~,~~• ~~.. .s i,.er_ „>,." ... ... ~ .,~,.;f~ The FAM Master Plan Update, accepted in 2005, identifies the need to construct this facility. PutilicP~ocess;Status~ Issues '- ~~`~c ~'~~~-"~~n~~~ ~ .~<`~,~~~~~~.~ :_ ~. _ ~~~ ~- -- ~` ~~,~,~'"- + .~ ;-::i ,_ . . ... . .,..;.~a.,,w ...~.~.z.~.a¢ _.cf,~2.na-~:~. ~_. _,~v~.., -a~~. ~.,~ 4.,. ~.~.w,. ,e~r..~~w~a ~~.:~...a, Any public process will be identified in conjunction with the overall project development. Project design will be reviewed by the Planning Department. Further design reviews will be conducted by the DDAB, and Planning Board as appropriate. The CDF share of pcoject costs (100%) is based on the fact that adequate facilities to accommodate city records and storage existed in 1987 when the CDF was started. This project will be coordinated with Central Records and other divisions of Public Works Department. ,,..._.,.,..r,_ _ _.,,_ ..,r_v <_..,..._.~.o~.,~~~>:.,~.~w...,:.:,._~-....,,~,~_~.., ..,x~.~n.~-.-.>_,.,:-_,.,,, ~ ~ Capital Funding Plan ~ 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding ~' ~ _; $0 $0 $0 $830,000 $0 $0 $830,000 ~ ~ _~ ,_~.: F ,.,>,m~n,~_ ~..,..~. __~.k-~..~ a~~~,~~.... ~r~.,.U __ ~ Change from Prior Year: Annual On-going Operating Costs Description: Source of Funding: Essential % ~ maintenance and Desirable % 100% utilities, Discretionary %~ be added Total % Paqe 201 _ ~ ~ ~ .r 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report `~~~:~;~" ~~~~z ~ °:~x ~,~~~ ~~,~ ~ ~~~ >~~~~.~~ ~~R U ~ ~'.z ``~ '`~-~~ , `~?%,~ a , ~.- ~ .~s ,,~ - ~a '`~`;~, ~ ~~^ ' ~~z.~' ~ ~~ r~~ P ~Ma t N N b ~ ~ ~ " b ~ ; ^ ' ~ ` - ° ~ w ~ ~,~ ~:+., Prolect ame ~. ~ , _,.,.,,.,aq~~, _ 1 ~ ,,: ~ ~,.~ - ~ , ;~ ;~;a um er p um er ~-: ~„ ro~e y t ~ ~ ellaneous Facility DET Pro~ects .~ Misc 511702 ~ s..,~- ~~ ~ ~.~.~,.~..~,_,._ ~~ Department: Funding Source: Project Type: PW/ Facilities & Asset Management suncommuniry: System-wide 'Capital Development Fund , svCPnrea: System-wide New Construction - Growth Related Facility / Additions CEAP Required: NO CEAP Completed: ~ °s::a~-T*~zsx~€:a.~:-;x-rm„s ms~.^°' .c'" : ~F ~ s,, ~s a.,3c',':.",>~<, ~-y~. ,s y ,~ '~~.~ _ ~- ,~ P~o~ectxDRSC,r,_ipGOn•;~'i,~t~~,, .~ . .' . ~ ~~~'"'~~ - ~~.E'~.~-.:'~:~-ez~*`~'~-~:~ ~ ~ "`^"a~ ~.,~~;~.~`~,.r ~a.',r~ vvmreuw ^Ga•vw^nu'. 4.Ar +.i.. :£avA> .tR~ Y ., City's participation in accomplishing small projects and advance project planning , less than $50,000 each, that ~- are done in conjunction with other new construction or expansion projects related to growth. Previous projects include: Valmont Butte engineering and environmental studies, Children, Youth and Family Services Addition, and " Outfitting the University Hill Police Annex. ~v ^a,'='~-z-::= s ~r.m~.~.r+.~:-..v~~ ~,,:~~,~' .~ F~,~",~> .z.z~'+^~ ~' ~ v s. ~.~: ^ Commu~ity' uSCai~na„b ~i! iy-/ P[oi_ec~~ust~ficatiQO ~~s,..,~ ~~ ~~~3. ~ ~;,;,~~. ~ „w~ This project supports the Council goal of economic sustainability by extending the useful life of existing facilities. .r T The FAM Master Plan Update, accepted in 2005, identifies the need for funding small facility projects related to ,,., growth at the discretion of the Facilities & Fleet Manager. ~~~. -x=t r~ - ..z-r~r'~-~=. . ~ .~'^~i. ~xr ~> r .~Es Public Process Status~lssues~r~'~~#~'~~5~~, r,~.~t~ ~`, , ' ~~ ~i ~ ` "k ~ ~ 4 ~ y ~~~~Y= "~, ~,,M ~ ~ _ ^"5 _ u .*#~, . ~ "~.a3~.~ Any public process will be identified in conjunction with the overall project development. Project design will be .. reviewed by the Planning Department. Further design reviews will be conducted by the LPAB, DDAB, and/or Planning Board as appropriate. ~ -~~.~~~ ~~,-~ -~ 'Rel~aNonsH~pwtthOther:DeP.~art..mentsy.~~~...~ ~~~Z~..:~ ~ ~.~~ ~' ~.~,~W.,~~~ ~.a;'N'~...,'-,~f+ '. ~ ~~~a.,~r~_.~.,'; ~ This project will be coordinated with the affected departments. ~,,~,.~,u.>m,m-.-~.~-P~=-,,,~ -_ ~,,,,~e,~k~....,~~»~~. ~~ ~ ~ ~e-~.,,~-, - '~ :~ Capital Funding Plan .. ,~ 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding ~ +~ „ $50,000 ~ .._ ~;~ ~~~,~.~n_Yy,.,---.:,~~. $50,000 ~_.u,._,,.,~.~:f.r $50,000 $50,000 $50,000 $50,000 $ ~ N . ,_ . ,~~~-~~.~:,.,~ 300,000 ~ ~.,.:=~~x,,,~.,~~.., ~ - - r .. ~ ~ r Change from Prior Year. Annual On-going Operating Costs Description: Source of Funding: Essential % ~ ~ r ~ r ~ Desirable % 100% Discretionary %~ Total % Page 202 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report Pro~ c Name ~, -;.,' ,yr', ~~,,; , "~; ~"-*' -';~'~-` " ' 3 ~ '"'' x Pioje tN mber;;' -~ MaqNumber =,- ~ Municipal Spaces 511715 , ~. ~.F Department: Funding Source: Project Type: PW/ Facilities & Asset Management subcommuniry: System-wide ' Capital Development Fund svcPnrea: System-wide New Construction - Growth ftelated Facility / Additions CEAP Required: rfp CEAP Completed: City's participation in the creation of small plazas, outdoor use areas and other municipai spaces. These are done in conjunction with new construction or expansion projects related to growth. If the funding is not used in a particular year, it is carried forward for future uses. Previous uses of funding include constructing the plaza on the west side of the Municipal Building and providing partial funding for the Sister Cities Plaza in 2006 and 2007. C~m~munitySusia aUility/Projecf:Ju~sti iFcatfon'- ~~`~.~ `~~ `~M~~~'x'~`~~- ~~ ~.,~,:~;~_,f~ ~a..,.. ~..~~,r ~'.r>~ *~~~s This project supports the Council goal of environmental sustainability by creating natural sites and hardscape areas for public enjoyment. Re1aHo~ShiptoMasEeixP~ans~~~s~~~,~``~~''~~`r.'~'~~~',"'~,~~~',y-~.~"=~~~~s~. ,~,,~~..,,~; ~~~=''~s~-^ The FAM Master Plan Update, accepted in 2005, identifies the need for the creation of small plazas, pocket parks and other municipal spaces related to new development. These efforts will be coordinated with Parks & Recreation. Any public process will be identified in conjunction with the overall project development. Project design will be reviewed by the Planning Department. Further design reviews will be conducted by the LPAB, DDAB, and/or Planning Board as appropriate. This project will be coordinated with the Parks and Recreation Department. ~~ ~ Capitat Funding Plan ~ 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding ~ a $30 000 000 $30,000 $30 $0 $0 $0 $90,000 ~ , , Change from Prior Year: Annual On-going Operating Costs Description: No additional operational costs will result from completing these Source of Funding: ---4- - ~ ~4,~-4. B~usmess Plan P,ri ntiz ~,of Services,;~,~~-~~~ , ~~~~`~ .~',~ ry _ .`~ ~ ''~.a.~~`~~ ~.~ ~>~; . . . ~u~~~.~ ~e. ~ .~ ~ h:.,., ", Essential %~ Desirable % 100% Discretionary %~ Total % 100% Page 203 W .. FACILITY RENOVATION & REPLACEMENT FUND 2008-2013 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM OVERVIEW - The 2008-2013 Facility Renovation & Replacement (F12&R) Fund Capital Improvements ~ Program is $4,470,000. Projects scheduled in 2008 total $727,000. "' HIGHLIGHTS ~ The 2008-2013 CIP projects reflect the city's participation in maintaining and updating " existing facilities. Planned projects in 2008 include main library roof replacement, ,,,,, storefront and ADA improvements for Mustard's Last Stand, and miscellaneous renovation projects (<$SOK) such as replacing plumbing systems or small HVAC ` systems. ^ FINANCING ~ ~ Funding for FR&R projects is derived from an annual contribution by the General Fund equal to 1% of the current replacement value (CRV) for General Fund facilities. y Additional funding comes from user departments and from restricted fund departments as .~ annual contributions to the fund. This fund is managed as an internal service fund. RELATIONSHIP TO OPERATING BUDGET W Department and tenant operating budgets are to identify any on-going costs and conesponding funding. FAM typically calculates these operational costs and advises -- departments accordingly. Major Maintenance and Facility Renovation & Replacement „~, (FR&R) costs aze applicable to any new, improved, or expanded General Fund facilities. These costs aze each 1% of the current replacement value (2% total) for these facilities. ~ Major Maintenance costs are charged in conjunction with the project and are added to the „_ FAM operating budget and FR&R charges aze added to the FAM FR&R budget when all debt on the facility is retired. In the current fiscally constrained budget situation, no " additional funding is available for MM/FR&R. However, funding gaps in MM/FR&R are ~ addressed in the Action and Vision funding plans as outlined in the FAM Master Plan. '~ BUSINESS PLAN ~ Capital projects classified into essential, desirable and discretionary using the methodology outlined in the FAM Master Plan. Priority is given to the 26 "essential '~ facilities" noted in Appendix 1 of the FAM Master Plan when completing capital y- projects. Essential projects are those projects that allow continued operation of a facility, repair/replace life-safety systems, or aze necessary to fully comply with laws and ^ regulations. Desirable projects aze those projects that extend facility service life or ~ repair/replace systems other than life safety. Discretionary projects are those projects that improve efficiency. .. r ~ Page 204 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Facility Renovation & Replacement Fund oz-~«i-o~ 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2Q13 Total Recommended Projected Projected Projected Projec[ed Projected Existing Facility - Enhancements / Upgrades Mustard's Storefront & ADA Improvements 28,000 0 0 0 0 0 28 000 BMOCA Elevator & ADA Improvemenu 0 122,000 0 0 0 0 122,000 Total: 28,000 122,000 0 0 0 0 150,000 Existing Facility - Rehab / Repair / Deficiency Correction Main Library Roof Replacement Miscellaneous Facility Mamtenance Projects Fire Station N4 Major Maintenance F1eet Services Roof Replacement Nortli Boulder Park Shelter Repair Stazio Tinsile Canopy Covering Replacement Main Library Carpet Replacement Main Library Elecn~ical Sysrem Maintenance Maincenance of Spruce Pool I.ocker Rooms F~re Station #3 Major Maintenance Maintenance of Boulder Reservoic Secmity House Main[enance of Scott Carpenter Pool Locker Rooms Marlin Park Shelter Major Maintenance Tantra Park Shop Maintenance West Senior Center Maincenance & Rehab Total: Reconstruction Reconstmct Main Library No~th Plaza 511,000 0 0 0 0 0 511,000 58,000 60,000 63,000 G5,000 G8,000 70,000 384,000 0 135,000 0 0 0 0 135,000 0 I30,000 0 0 0 0 130,000 0 120,000 0 0 0 0 120,000 0 132,000 0 0 0 0 132,000 0 0 350,000 0 0 0 350,000 0 0 220,000 0 0 0 220,000 0 0 152,000 0 0 0 152,000 0 0 0 S14,000 0 0 514,000 0 0 0 5~,000 a 0 50,000 0 0 0 395,000 0 0 395,000 0 0 0 0 169,000 0 169,000 0 0 0 0 137,000 0 137,000 0 0 0 0 0 828,000 828,000 569,000 577,000 785,000 1,024,000 374,000 898,000 4,227,000 0 0 0 0 147,000 0 147,000 r i ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ r ~ • ~ ~ ~ ^ P~° `'~ r ^ ~ ^ r ~ r a ~ ~ r ~ r ~ ~ ^ ~ t E 1 I 1 I 1 t! [ i ( 1 I 1 1 1 F i i_1 f 1 t i t 1 f i t I [ i E 1 1 1 t'; LU~2i-LU13 l:apital lmprovements Yrogram Facility Renovation & Replacement Fund oz-~«i-o~ 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Total Rewmmended Projected Projected Projected Projected Projected Total: 0 0 0 0 147,000 0 147,000 Total for Facility Renovation & Replacement Fund 597,000 699,000 785,000 1,024,000 521,000 898,000 4,524,000 Page 206 ~iv2oo~ Facilit Renovation & Re lacement Fund Y p Business Plan Budget Submission Fiscally Constrained Plan zoos i i Essential "- Desirable - - - - Discretionary - ~ Total ~ Project Type/Name Project p Funding % Funding % Funding % Funding % Existing Facility- Enhancements / Upgrades Mustard's Storefront & ADA Improvements 501XXX $0 $28,000 100% $0 $28,000 700 % Existing Facility- Rehab / Repair/ Deficlency Correction MainLibraryRoofReplacement Miscellaneous Facility Maintenance Projects 501XXX 501452 $511,000 $0 100°/ $0 $58,000 100% $0 $0 $577,000 $58,000 100% ~ 100 %'~ Tatal for Facility Renovation & Replacement Fund: $511,000 86% $86,000 14% $0 0% $597,000 100% r~ r~ ~~ r~ e~ t a r~ r i ~ a P~~ ~^ ~~ t~ r~ i i ~~ ~^ r s ~~ .. ^ ... 2008-2013 Capital improvements Program Project Status Report r 's~~~"~~':'~..- r. x~« r~ =u" X~' '-31 t;~ ~..^~ „~ 7 s r. "~P_a~'~ a ~y ._ '~ -H , s"'~ rr ,~,Sa'~ `.,.C~~ k ; ~ - ,~.oJ?~.~~.Me_~,~,....~"",".,~~~ .r ~`-- ~....- "~, ,`~~~.. ~~" i= ~v. ~~ ~`s"'~'~Pro~ect Number.~;~a~~~Vtap~lumbe~ ~ ~ BMOCA Elevator & ADA Improvements 501XXX ~i 110 ~%~ x~ ; Department: Funding Source: Project Type: PW/ Facilities & Asset Management suncommunity: Central Boulder Facility Renovation & Replacement Fund svcPnrea: Area I Existing Facility - Enhancements / Upgrades CEAP Required: NO CEAP Completed: The Boulder Museum of Contemporary Arts, located at 1750 13th Street, requires modifications to meet current ADA standards. This project includes installation of a new elevator and ADA restrooms. This work will be coordinated with BMOCA and will be coordinated with their long range plan. "' This project supports the Council goals of environmental and economic sustainability by extending the useful life ,_ of the existing building and by implementing energy-saving improvements whenever possible. Proper waste management practices will be followed to reuse or recycle building materials to the maximum extent possible. "° Rel~ah'~~'o,n'sf 1i,~,ip~to;fiAast" lahs'. ~;~ ~ ~~"" `F ,_ The FAM Master Plan Update, accepted in 2005, identifies the need to maintain the building. ~ Any public process will be identified in conjunction with the overall project development. Project design will be ~- reviewed by the Planning Department. Further design reviews will be conducted by the LPAB and Planning Board as appropriate. Operating funds (FAM Major Maintenance, General Fund 010) will be used to pay for any ^ additional maintenance work completed in conjunction with this project. ~ R abons -~P,~Wft~'it ~ her DeP~ ~ ~ ~'~-'~.~k~#3f'~~ `~ ~ .~~~ ~ ~ ~~ ~<~~~....».u~. r i r ..nw.~: ~ " ~~€. . .3~».a This project will be coordinated with the Library Department and BMOCA. ~. ~ _ »~...~~,-,~,~.~ ~ ~ ~«~,~~.,.~..~~ ,~, ~ Capital Funding Plan ~ 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planoed Funding ~ "' ~ $0 $122,000 ~4 iC. $0 $0 $0 $0 $122,000 ~ ~ _...~A~..xrsa~u¢.~f!~< ac _ +Yamnn Change from Prior Year: ~ Annual On-going Operating Costs $500 Description: Elevator certification and restroom maintenance costs will be paid by BMOCA. ^ Source of Funding: ~ " Essential % ~ r ~ i ~ ~r ~w r Desirable % 100% Discretionary %~ Total % 100% Page 208 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report ~ Pro~eat~Name ~~ ' ~ ~ -~~ ,~~~~~~~~`~ ~' '}?; ~~~~~zPro~ect Number:. "°Map Number': ~-; , ~ Fire 9tation #3 Major Maintenance ? 501XXX ~. 93 ~ .:., ._..~~;..:. ~:..: . _,:.,,~.,...:,-_ x.»~.,.~,.>...._.,.,-:. a~ :0. Department: Funding Source: Project Type: PW/ Facilities & Asset Management subcommuniry: Crossroads Facility Renovation & Replacement Fund evcPnrea: Area I Existing Facility - Rehab ! Repair / Deficiency Correction CEAP Required: ~.f0 CEAP Completed: Fire Station #3, located at 1535 30th Street, was built in 1964 and is in need of major maintenance. This project will renew interior finishes and update mechanical, electrical, and communications systems to current codes and standards. This project supports the Council goals of environmental and economic sustainability by extending the useful life of the existing building and by implementing energy-saving improvements whenever possible. Proper waste management practices will be followed to reuse or recycle building materials to the maximum extent possible. Rel tionsFiipto~.Mast`erplans ~x~-{'~,~ ~ ~'_-~ ~ '~~,~"~"~~~:v~-" ~t '- -~. ~h"~'»~*~.~~a; ~..~..,~. .,s....~.a,., <,es ~,_...,~ _,r.~ ~.~~ `~ "~7~ ~ i `~,_~ .., _,_z rr. ~' ~.. The FAM Master Plan Update, accepted in 2005, identifies the need to maintain this facility. Any public process will be identified in conjunction with the overall project development. Project design will be reviewed by the Planning Department. Further design reviews will be conducted by the DDAB and Planning Board as appropriate. Operating funds (FAM Ongoing and Major Maintenance, General Fund 010) wifl be used to pay for normal maintenance items. ~ ~- x , .. y . .< , ,t .,. s'. ' x. a 7 .~-xn Relatw~`~nsYh~p~withFOtFierDepartments~`;s~~,-'`~ .~ Y~y~~~:.y.~~,~~~'~` ~g-x'~'~~.z,r,,.~s~ ~~ ~,~~-~~~,.v Y_..x.~"~ This project will be coordinated with the Fire Department to maintain the station in operation at al! times. ~ ~~~ ,~,~~~,....a ,,.~,~,~ .~... _ ~ ~ - ~ Capital Funding Plan ~a '~ ~ 2008 ~, 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding ^ . $0 , ~ ~~ $0 $0 $514,000 $0 $0 $514,000 _ ` ~ Change from Prior Year: Annual On-going Operating Costs Description: Source of Funding: Biisiness P an Pnont~zabo,n df Sernce~,~~_ ~~y """' ~ ' ° ? ~~'€~,~ '~~ -~`~~~ ~' ~ q~;~ xa4 u x <~-F'. ~`,~-i,~~ ~ ~YY~~tnw+c. *4- .~.e.~. e.~.e r~..&~K'4 ~Gh:i ~d'd.~r,~v'w.*~n~ vh.S*~2."Nu.t~'~~ Essentiat % 100% Desirable %C~ Discretionary %~ Total °Io 100°!0 Page 209 ~ .. ~ r 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report ~,i~~'~€- tii ~'-~"~,' `'"~ r~*'-~~ *n'~"-~`.~~ "'~"s~ ~~° ,• -.,;ay. y Q~ - w yg ~ ~~" ~'~'~sa"i°,~n` ie~'~`i ' ~~.,~,~1?ro~eclxName .,n~`. ~.~ c~~., ~"...~z..a..t ~~.,,~. ~ . tn`.~:~':~~ ..~>. . ~,. ;x,,.,..t'~,~~, ~ , ~Jeet~,Numbe~~s~'^MaphN,umber ',.. -~ Fve Station #4 Ma~or Maintenance ` 501XXX ~ 104 ~ ~`, ~~ ~ . z ,. DepaRment: Funding Source: Project Type: PW/ Facilities & Asset Management sudcommuniry: South Boulder Facility Renovation & Replacement Fund BvcParea: Area I Existing Facility - Rehab / Repair / Deficiency Correction ~ CEAP Required: rJ0 CEAP Completed: r ~t.a~•~m..~+~E:nu.m3F.xz:.m~~u-1.~.'v.:iu~ " tiJSe~ ~~.- .:k. .n, ....x_:?:i~_.. .. _, _' ~ 'x.'ar^~t~a:::.a Fire Station #4, located at 4100 Darley, was built in 1967 and is in need of major maintenance. This project will *- renew the interior finishes and will update mechanical, electrical, and communications systems to current building codes and standards. This project also installs a fire sprinkler system. The sand trap, roof, and windows were '"' replaced in 2002 using major maintenance funding. -•~ _~~~~~~,~~ ~~:~~ ~~-.~ : ,~ x,:, .~ '. - ^ ;6om~uni' SSustai~~t~i1,ltya ~-,ro~ec,~t~~jfGa fo : . , ~, This project supports the Council goals of environmental and economic sustainability by extending the useful life ~ of the existing building and by implementing energy-saving improvements whenever possible. Proper waste ,,,,, management practices will be followed to reuse or recycle building materials to the maximum extent possible. r Rela~ti~o`~is ~fiip~`o Mas~er~P~,lahs~,rw..~~.~'j. ~sm. ~.. ~ _ ~.~"~'' kr `=~ .y~Ta°~ :~'r t ~~ :~_~'"~,';~:-z The FAM Master Plan Update, accepted in 2005, identifies the need to maintain this facility. ~ z ar .~.zr~~~.rrt-~.,~cF=~~.~~:,--z;rsy~;;nm~ar -~'r"''m-w.?. ~~,. ~'s~u..4~t',.'/~~~! ~~~r 'Publ~r~oce~s~Status,~issues',~~ ~ "w .~~`.s c~f ~.. Any public process will be identified in conjunction with the overall project development. Project design will be reviewed by the Planning Department. Further design reviews will be conducted by the DDAB and Planning -~ Board as appropriate. Operating funds (FAM Ongoing and Major Maintenance, General Fund 010) will be used to pay for normal maintenance items. ~ .`Rela ionshipwithiOtl~er.Departmenfs"' ~"-~ '~~ ~~~~~''~% .~„a• '~ This project will be coordinated with the Fire Department to maintain the station in operation at all times. w ~; ~~a.~.,,w.~«.,.,«. _ _ - ..+.,~.e:,e~. - r ~ ~~ : "x Capital Punding Plan ~ ;~ „~ 2008 2009 9 F 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Fundin " ~- $0 $135 000 $0 $0 $0 $0 $135 000 ~ ` ~ , , ~~ ~ ~ ~ «w ~.,,~~y_ _ - - >, '~ Change from Prior Year: r Annual On-going Operating Costs $0 " Description: No additional operational costs will result from completing this project. .. Source of Funding: .~ ~ Essential % 100% w r ~ r i Desirable %~ ~ Discretionary % Page 210 Total % 100% 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report ~ ~s1`4~,x.~ t.'Ci 1' ' 't z ~y3;c a' } .. .. .,y b-~svvv~~ r .r •.~" :5''aa- r "~fi ~`~'^*~+q°'r:s-'~;~ ~'' 'rJ q -' K"'u.rs_`f a m- 3~'si i. ~,P,[qect Na~ne ;~~~'^r"~' „., '~'~a ~~ ~,,;,~ ~~~~'~~:5-"'d~ ~,~~<,~~'' Pro~ect,Number~~ f~JMapfNdmber ~ '~ .- Fleet Services Roof Replacement 501XXX ~ ?z~m ~.;~-~ ~ ~_.. Department: Funding Source: Project TyQe: PW/ Facilities & Asset Management subcommunity: East Boulder ~acility Renovation & Replacement Fund svcPnrea: Area I ~xisting Facility - Rehab / Repair ( Defic+ency Correction CEAP Required: NO CEAP Completed: This project replaces the roof coverings at the end of its expected service life (20 years). sGo ~ u ty Sustai'natiility`/ P~ojecYJu'slification ~'~ `~~`~~~ ~~~`'~-',` -T~ °~ ' ~c+~~f>;, ~-~'~~ ~~ ~ ~n.~- , _ _. ~ ~ 5~ ~S~- ~+~~~r+ d .+ ~a` ..~,~..''~ .~..,._. . _ ~-x.r~~ This roof wi11 meet "Green Roof' standards. ,zu~..,,~q--~..a .'~-m v - '-~=~ -mM`.=~,t~~ ~ _ --F~"'-`o-F,~ Rela~onsliV~p to Maste[tAlar~s ~ " The FAM Master Plan Update, accepted in 2005, identifies the need to repair and maintain city facilities. Piibiic P~o'ce~ss°-Stalus~;lssues ,"~-~'~'" A ' " ~ ~-~ ~° ~~~~ ~ *~ ~' ~"~ _.~,.y-~-~ . ~ ,.x ~~~ '~'w~ S.,s.z-~'~..~s~ None. Project design will be reviewed during the normal permitting process. This project will be coordinated with Fleet Services. a - ~-~.~ ~v._ _ ~T~~ .x.~,~c,,..h m~,:u__..__.,.,,~~.~~~~~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~ ~ p C it l F ndin Pl ~ ap a g an u ~ ~ 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding "~ , ~ $0 $130,000 $0 $0 $0 $0 $130,000 , ~ ~ ~~ ..~~,.~.~.,»..,~ , ~.~.,~,.~ . Change from Prior Year: Added to 2008 CIP Annual On-going Operating Costs $0 Description: Source of Funding: Essential % 100% Desirable %~ Discretionary %~ Page 271 Total % 100% w ~ w r ~ r A r ~ r ~ r ~ ~ ~ ~ .. Department: Funding Source: ProjectType: PW/ Facilities & Asset Management Subcommuniry: Central Boulder Facility Renovation & Replacement Fund svcPnrea: Existing Facility - Rehab / Repair / Deficiency Correction ~ CEAP Required: NO CEAP Completed: ~PrqeG.""t~Desc ir p't~on °~s;~•t"~.'~, `--x'~'~'a-a~`~ , '.~r ,,,' "' r- '~'.~^sa~ u ' ;~v +W ,.~r ~.s~: ^N~ u%~'~S'"~r~ .ia'-".~°~..'- ~ ~~ .~,m. . '~° This project replaces approximately 68,000 square feet (SF) of carpeting in the Main Library. This project will be ~- coordinated with another project that replaces the flat wire electrical system in the 1992 section of the library .. ~ ` -iar-:~:~,,,;_+*~^,~-.°.s~^.~.;=.°n~c~~ar: v,..~,°strt~n-~g~'€.,;i=^3~.' -^~'~~`f,'*""', "~y'~'a ~'°'* ~{'~"~z~"~"~.~.~`~` -~ ..~' 'Coimm~mty,~Sustaina~tifli'ry",~Proyec~tJu~sti£cat~ioq;~k~;,~~~.,~. ~'~,.a"q~``= ~~. s~~a~tt ~ ~~ ,aa This project supports the Council goals of environmental and economic sustainability by extending the useful life of the existing building and by implementing energy-saving improvements whenever possible. Proper waste management practices will be followed to reuse or recycle building materials to the maximum extent possible. ~~.x,~~>~,-_ - ~_ ~s; ~Relat,~'on~p.ir o.Master Pians: The FAM Master Plan Update, accepted in 2005, identifies the need to maintain this facility. Pu~b ~Il P.ro'~ss fatus IssUes °` ~ ~~~ -~ ' S~5 "~ €~c""~~'' ~'" ,~.,.a~,o-.s-.~.,x:~_ .~ ~ ,. ~`„a. ~f~E , Sr ~. e~,-y.»~.,:.~~. ..r..~ ~ ~ None ". ,*~.. ab*3 .Ym..rzc«~s'Tx'~§ '~^n ;-' i~'=~'e'-~^,es ~.~i`" "'~fi,z'~s`~x3 s"a~'3 .r. ~~~' xs~1 'Re~tl~hip~fth~Otlie:r~partments~ ' ~sc-~'Ur~,."~np ~.~.~.~,.-=,r~~.s~r~'.~i.~~"~ .~c'+E..~~a ~"-~~. This project will be coordinated with the Library Department and Channel 8. ~~ ~,~~.<..~~., .~~~~ _ ~, sa Capital Funding Plan ~ :~ 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding ~ ~ $0 $0 000 $350 $0 $0 $0 $350,000 ~ , ~ ~~ - ~~~ ,o ~~~,...~,.~,.:~ ._a~~v,,, ~,,~,~ ~~x~~~p . Change from Prior Year. Annual On-going Operating Costs Description: Source of Funding: ,~ Essential % 100% ... ~ .. ~ ~ ~ .. ~ Desirable%~ Discretionary %~ Total % 100% Page 212 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report . , ,c„ ~ , ' ~...,.' i "="~,~.~""'?~'"'„$~,~,~. - ; z,F,, ~ ~ ; r - ' ' . .ex~, v ~ *' .; Fro~ect~Name , .,,, :.,, " ~~p, z~' -~ ,_~.. ~,, ,~'~~ , ~..~ `~~ ~'''- ~ , __~"P't"~ ~ a' Project Number.. ~ ~~ Map Number f ~'=. ~ Main Library Electncal System Mamtenance 501XXX °F 94 , ~-,. ~ .. ~ .a: Department: Funding Source: Project Type: ~Wi Facilities & Assel Management subcommunity: Central Boulder =acility Renovation & Replacement Fund svcrarea: Area I =xisting Facility - Rehab / Repair / Deficiency Correction CEAP Required: NO CEAP Completed: The existing flat wire electrical distribution system has become obsolete and repair parts are no longer available. This project replaces the flat wire electrical system with a new system. This project will be scheduled with carpet replacement. This project supports the Council goals of environmental and economic sustainability by extending the useful life of the existing building and by properly managing wastes through a managed plan. ~.;,~--~~°-°~-~.^~.°.,.~:<. ~ ~ R. ¢ - Relationship~dotMaste~~an~s~~.. - _ ~ The FAM Master Plan Update, accepted in 2005, ident~es the need to repair or replace buifding systems when they become obsolete. None ~~ ~. v, .~- - Re,.latio~"nxsh, ip-with~~ther~Departfnents ~ ~~~~' ~--~,;~~ ~?*~ ~ .~~,~s~-'~~ c ~p - ~ ,,:-us,;~.~a,._.~.a~.h.. u~. s~ ~ _~r xa-:..~ ~ This project will be coordinated with the Library Department. ,~ Capital Funding Plan ~ ~ 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding ~ ~ $0 $0 $220,000 $0 $0 $0 $220,000 ~ ~,,,,,.,.,~.,.. ~~_,~.,..~~r..:~~. Change from Prior Year: Project rescheduled from 2008 to 2010. Budget increased to $220K. Annual On-going Operating Costs ~o Description: No additional operating costs are anticipated Source of Funding: Essential % 100% Desirable %~ Discretionary %~ Total % 100% Page 213 ~ .. ~ ~ ~ y ~ .. ^ r ~ .. r ~ r ~ ~ .. r ... ~ ~ ~ ~ .. ~ s ~ ~ ~ r 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report oePartment: PW/ Facilities & Asset Management subcommunity: Central Boulder Fundiny source: Facility Renovation & Replacement Fund BVCPArea: Project ryPe: Existing Facility - Rehab / Repair / Deficiency Correction CEAP Required: NO CEAP Completed: This project replaces approximately 60,000 square feet (SF) of roofing that is at the end of its service life. Temporary roof repairs were made in 2006 by the original roof installer. At the completion of the repairs, the installer recommended replacing the roof within two years. This project supports the Council goals of environmental and economic sustainability by extending the useful life of the existing building and by implementing energy-saving improvements whenever possible. Proper waste management practices will be followed to reuse or recycle building materials to the maximum extent possible. The FAM Master Plan Update, accepted in 2005, identifies the need to maintain this facility. ;Pub iel tP"~ °r~'uce s~~t~..~~, . ``~ - . _ n , ,::....~sx~ .. . _ . .~" ,. ~s~. ,_J;.~~ None This project will be coordinated with the Library Department and Channel 8. ~a.,~, .,~ ~,~ ~.,~,~•~ - ~ Capital Funding Plan 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding ~ $511,000 ; $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $511,000 ~~:~:,~..-~- Change from Prior Year: Added to CIP in 2007 Annual On-going Operating Costs $0 Description: Source of Funding: Essential % 100% Desirable %~ Discretionary Paoe 214 Total% 100% 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report ~ -,.r~`~~"'^~.`Ar~ '` 3 " ,T-~ a `5C^ ' -~~ P n ~ _ _ ;. -' x ' " ~ProjectlNamef. ~~„~t ~ " `~~"' ~~~,~~;s!; ~~,.;.~ ,P,rojecC~Number.` ~:Map"NUmber ~-" ,_. _. 'ecn _ r'F«.~,.. - - ~ ;~ Maintenance of Boulder Reservoir Security House ~~ 501 XXX ~~. 111 ~~ ~. Department: Funding Source: Project Type: 'W/ Facilities & Asset Management suncommunity: Gunbarrel =acility Renovation & Replacement Fund 1 svcPnrea: Area III =xisting Facility - Rehab / Repair / Deficiency Correction CEAP Required: rf0 CEAP Completed: Pi6j t,Descnption..:.~~._vw ~~r-~*~.~ x ~,~~f„~zu~ ~'+,~ ~~'~ :'z'~~~':~,_~~,~ _ '' ,_ ,'~ e~,:._ ' a=- m-'~ The Boulder Reservoir Security House, located on the eastern portion of the Reservoir property, is in~need of major maintenance. This project renews interior and exterior surface finishes of the building and upgrades the kitchen area, electrical system and HVAC systems to current building codes. This project supports the Council goals of environmental and economic sustainability by extending the useful life of the existing building and by implementing energy-saving improvements whenever possible. Proper waste management practices will be followed to reuse or recycle building materials to the maximum extent possible. M°~ ~ ~~~`„ • _~ ~ ~- , > ~ -~ ,~ ~-.. Relat~onsh~p to Master Plans ,~~~,~ ~.~~~~~~-- „;~ ~ r ~~~ ~ y -~ ,_ ,~~; ~ ~~ ~~~ _ ~-r__~,._ ,. The FAM Master Plan Update, accepted in 2005, identifies the need to maintain this facility. Pu61w RroeeSs.Status'~ssuyes .'"`~^~~" .~~~~',~~' ~~~ n-..'~ ~ ~'~ ~ ~ ' ~ ~'~ ~ .. N-?~~ k..n..,.~:...,s~...~ s..c, _ ~ _ <_~a,sY ~`"-~ 5~ ...a s_.x..r.~i 3< r . ~_ ~.F.r= ",..c..'~'. v._. . _..._-~ ~ c~ . . ~ , .. ,.t ~ None This project wi11 be coordinated with Parks & Recreation Department ~- :<.~.~.o,:a.s., ~..P.~.,~ ~g .~ ~..,v.~.: - - - -.... ._... - - _ ,z.._....,-,~ _. , ~:,.~~:.:,~,' ~ Capital Funding Plan ~', 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding ~ ~ $0 $0 $0 $50,000 $0 $0 $50,000 ~ ~> _~, - ~,.,~.~ ~..~,.,~S~M~$~_ . Change from Prior Year: Annual On-going Operating Costs $0 Description: No additional operational costs are anticipated from completing this project. Source of Funding: Essential % ~ Desirable % 100% Discretionary %~ Total % Pape 215 ~ ~ r. 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report ~;s~rK:%'.,~`.~:'~ ~ ~,^~ ~ ~. -i~,Fx~.,,~ya~"'?~: . "[ ~ ut"~...~r~ a '~, ~~~~'~~~ ~~`,~~~~ ''~ ~'4~^~a-~„'~~'rt.`~`"~~~~,~ ";-Pro~ect:Name ~„~y~*~~;~~, , ~,._ ,..~`,~~~~"~...*~~ ~.~;_='~r..:;~„.,;.fiy ~ -~ ~ro~ect Nu,mtier 4-'~'.~MaP..NUm6er~~¢ ~ Maintenance of Scott Carpenter Pool Locker Rooms ~ 501 XXX „~~', 106 = ~ r .,~, Department: Funding Source: Project Type: ~W/ Facilities & Asset Management suncommunity: Crossroads ~acility Renovation & Replacement ~Fund svcanrea: Area I =xisting Facility - Rehab / Repair / Deficiency Correction "' This project supports the Council goals of environmental and economic sustainability by extending the useful life ,~ of the existing building and by implementing energy-saving improvements whenever possible. ~. ~.~,~,.~-;9.~ -~~.~,~.,~. ~ ~ ,~, ~ ~~ ~ `r l F di Pl ~ C it un ng an ; ap a Ys .. ~ 2008 2008 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding ~ $0 , $0 $0 $395,000 $0 $0 $395,000 ~' ~ ~ ; ~ ~ ~~~. .~~ ~~,~m,.,K....~ ~:.~,,~,..~.~~,~ ,.. 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report ~ ~ $ a~ ~ ¢~x ^ ' s ~ ~ F ~,,:., ~ i. Pro~eet Name , ~?,;,?„ ,~ `~~ u =~..~,- , n ,„~ . y ~~~`~,-~ °. - - _ -s~'~,.~ _ ~,~'s~~ Project Numbeii~ " Map'-Number - ~ .. Maintenance of Spruce Pool Locker Rooms ('~ 501X~XX 102 = I ~~,„~~~'. Department: Funding Source: Project Type: 'W/ Facilities & Asset Management sutcommuniry; Central Boulder =acility Renovation & Replacement Fund 1 svcP~4rea: Area I _xisting Facility - Rehab / Repair / Deficiency Correction CEAP Required: NO CEAP Completed: -° .~.,~:e.~_ .aP~*- ex x Broj.~..ct_..Descyription ` '";,z.,.~'.~ ~ s~'~e`~~,`.~`?~ ~~~.ti~a~tre~~-:.-~~r~,~~. _. r..~~,-~~w~es..~ ~r3~~ The Spruce Pool Locker Rooms are in need of maintenance. This project renews interior and exterior surface finishes and upgrades electrical and HVAC systems to current building codes. This project supports the Council goals of environmental and economic sustainability by extending the useful life of the existing building and by implementing energy-saving improvements whenever possibie. The FAM Master Plan Update, accepted in 2005, identifies the need to maintain this facility. Project design will be reviewed by the Planning Department. Further design reviews will be conducted by the DDAB and Planning Board as appropriate. Re~lat~onsh~pwithyOtherDeqartments~~,~ ~ ~~"'~'~"*~~~~.y~~~~~"~`~~~~-~~-~~.~-'~'.r.~~,~~~,,;r^~~M.~,~ y y?9 This project will be~coordinated with Parks & Recreation Department ~ ~ ~ .,~ -., ~~... - -- ~,.~a~ ..~,-~., ~FF~ ~~~, _ ..j ~'~ l=~~.~s ~v ~, ; T~ Capital Funding Plan ,~ ~ 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding ~ ~ $0 $0 $152,000 $0 $0 $0 $152,000 ~ .. ~ ~,~«, - ~,~~. _ _ :~ Change from Prior Year: Annual On-going Operating Costs $0 Description: No additional operational costs are anticipated from completing this project. Source of Funding: Essential °lo ~ Desirable °l0 100% Discretionary % 0% Total °/0 100°l0 Page 217 ... ~ ~, ..~ ~~ .~ n~ 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report d ~i~` 1.-'~~3~ ~~ 4 ' . .i ' ~?.rs ~ t s} ~~~, }~{>~ ,~s_ . ~ ~, n,~wk +~~"~'~ ,;vr:s„'^cs' ~-n,x ~*,: .~'y~j, , zs~ +~,x`y : t~r9Je9t,E„Natne,k.~'~,s~ ~'~;~ ~~~~~" , ~'~';`~ ~,„~ ~ . r _ _ .~ ~~Pro)ect~Number_~%~~,-~ -INap Number ~,~~. Martin Park Shelter Major Maintenance ~t 501XXX ~. 97 ~ ~ ~~.. ,.~, Department: Funding Source: ProjectType: PW/ Facilities & Asset Management subcommuniry: South Boulder Facility Renovation & Replacement Fund 1 svcPnrea: Area I Existing Facility - Rehab / Repair / Deficiency Correction ~, CEAP Reqwred rf0 CEAP Completed cs~ ^^~an^a. n-~ rz+~r~ - "-'g"i'~. s >r~ ,a 3 u~ ,Prqe~e~s¢ription._~;`~ ~~'"1#~~.~'a~`~~:;' - '.~.~~k~~~~~~~ a~}..:~`.-~~ ~.~~ ~ ~ ~..-~~'~7 This project renews interior and exterior surface finishes and fixtures and upgrades electrical and plumbing ~' systems at the shelter. sr-r1.~Y~Y-v-m*~~' ~ '~rr~r^m_~ : :.s m~'+c-~.r--.r-vf ~ ,.~ ~ x ~-"". '~9~'"~~'~°' € ~~" ~-i.`~"5. 'c~°"'z cL~:= ~'.s,m' y~ ,Eo~,mmu~itySustainabiliC~y"4~Piq,e~ct~J.~ust~fication•,~~.-~~, -a~,~~r~~n~~*°~,.~,~:y~... '~,~~,~~. .~~_, ~.~~ ,'me. E~._ ~s~sm~~s ',~:a.s3 This project supports the Council goals of environmental and economic sustainability by extending the useful life ~" of the existing building. ~~ u^'rr~~ ~ ' -',z'.~'cwP~, . .x.m'.*,~ts, K~~"~-,`~`K'~ ~ :~{ +~.7~, - ~a `•'"~5"''_C" ,~,~s ~r,y ~ ~ ~`~" ~"i ~Relationship~to.MaSteF~'~' .,,.la ,s~~, h,;'~,'~,,.~,; `~x~~~?~~.~~., ,~ ~;.~`~ '~ 7~,c ~ ~,~,~g~~ ~, _r~;,b_,~ ~, The FAM Master Plan Update, accepted in 2005, identifies the need to repair and maintain city facilities. ~~'~~'~ r =°~~x~ ~t,.-'~"= ~~. ~ ~.~-~x -s~.~-~s ~"'~'~ ~P,2ubI~c,Prbcess~S,tatus,.ssues~:;;;~~r~°,.rz ~,,,~ ~~ ~x~i~~~.~" ~ ~-.,;~~¢„~:k .. None. Project design will be reviewed by the Planning Department. Further design reviews will be conducted by ., the DDAB and Planning Board as appropriate. ~+.-~`C+u +o-r='.'r,~ erat,~^~:~~smw:.raa-:~s•a, ~. .~,,..,r;,.« :r.t.=w-_:z';r3-'tM1„ ..--„n.e,sar,-°-'s:~'~^. ~. -€`^"~Xr`i=,~,t. ,`r~:.'si~s~f RelaYio ° ft itfi~th~r,~Ue artments•?# . ,~, "q ~~s~-~.=~'~'~: s a.~ ~- "~"s..r-.>~.,~,~u : - _ „;': . ~ ""~ z~5~ ~.~ €'., ~..,`• ~. : ~.~ P~~~:._~P .~,.~.,:P...:,: .,~.~. ~'~.~:,.~.`s`~-~" . ~_~~r"~l°, a.:~= . ,~ ~.:,;a,u=,.~~'x°~...s~ This project will be coordinated with the Parks & Recreation Department. ~" zu,._Q,G.~,-,,. -„-„~.tr,~ ~<,T.~.~.,~.-,:,,E:.__,.,-- ~,,.~~~~-~ ,.n-~.<~,, - - - - ;:~...~.~< ~,->~. ~~,.,~ , ~~ ` CapitalFundingPlan ~ 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding "a ..» °` $0 $0 $0 $0 $169,000 $0 $169,000 ri - n:z~.w,-~re.an„~avmrs~..a.,s.ra.r.~.we.n«m~.ae~.cw>,urw.~.:,.m~~. .-,..<~ao.,w.....:.~...,,~+..«.,n.,~we,~~.w+.~~w..m~,ucw,.meaek.-.W ~~~. a r'~` ~~ r~ 1~~ Y~ Y~ rr w~ au ~~ • Page 218 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report Oepartme~t: Funding Source; Project Type: PW/ Facilities & Asset Management suncommuniry: System-wide Facility Renovation & Replacement Fund svcPnrea: System-wide Existing Facility - Rehab / Repair ! Deficiency Correction CEAP Required: NO CEAP Completed: This project addresses funding for building replacement and miscellaneous projects costing less than $50,000 each. Facility replacement and projects costing $50,000 or more will be i~dividually listed in the CIP. Facility maintenance projects costing less than $50,000 witl be managed by the Facilities & Fleet Manager. This project supports the Council goals of environmenta! and economic sustainability by extending the useful life of the existing building and by implementing energy-saving improvements whenever possible. s-~^-~~s~-~-~-^ ,--~-~~, s~. . r _-~3r~ ~s~--~`~- -rz . Relationshi t~ o~MasterPlans . ~ ~ ~ ~ ^` r -' ~ "~` ~ ~ ~ "` w -,E._..-.:.~ -x.;.s~_ u_r~.3~FC '~~`~~: t~Jr - . ,. _ '~ar~s s~ .'~°Yy.s ~'~"'~ .~~, .-.5+. rs-s:.. _ _ ~...._ s.s~.. _ . The FAM Master Plan Update, accepted in 2005, identifies the need to maintain city facilities. Projects approved t by the Facilities & Fleet Manager will be coordinated with other departments. P,ublic Process~Staius;`Iss~e..~:tK 3~,''~ r r~~n~~~~.~..~ ~_a -= _„» ,.:+.,'~:;~;~ ~',,w,,<c ~ ~. ~~.~-~~ ~:~~~.. f .:M_-_ Any project associated with these funds will be taken through the appropriate public process and CEAP review as part of the conceptual design if needed. Project design will be reviewed by the Planning Department. Further design reviews will be conducted by the DDAB and Planning Board as appropriate. R.~.,.~e~at~onshipwith~'Oth re D`epartmaM"~ ~~*~ + s~AS "'G'~-s c~tl~ ~ ` ~ ~ir . n~._p-e..,.~..~. ~..~>a= ,_~ .~_z~,.a -~.. ~., ~..,. ..,.u., , _a.,._ This project will be coordinated with the affected departments. Capital Funding Plan 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 P{anned Funding $58,000 $60,000 $63,000 $65,000 $68,000 $70,000 $384,000 Change from Prior Year: Annual On-going Operating Costs Description: No additional operational costs will result Source of Funding: Essential % ~ Desirable % 100% Discretionary Total % Page 219 ... ... ~~ r~ •.. r. 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report ~~. 1 x i~«.':"'FY~'P? <'F a=?~~+,-r~"~,~ ~Y tk ~ r~ #~~~ c J' ro' t~"'. $~bTL. `£_ w~'4A~wb o'+", Y.v f s~ j~nst~~ 6' - ~,- ~ Pro~ect„~Jame ~ ~~%,,~,~,~a"~'~?`~~.~,'~; ,~~ ?'~;'~ '°~ ~'~' ~ '~~,.~~;'-„'~.`.~~Rto~e`ct Number n~ ~ ~Mep Number `k~s Mustard s Storefront & ADA improvements ~ 501 XXX 105 ~ ~ _ .~, Department: Funding Source: Project Type: PW/ Facilities & Asset Management subcommunity: Central Boulder Facility Renovation & Replacement Fund svcParea: Area I Existing Facility- Enhancements / Upgrades ~,~ CEAP Required: NO CEAP Completed: .asu~ uR"~'~`f'z." Pus~~- ~ k.~, ~ .a' ¢ . • ~-• . ~ r. ~ProjecfDescnot~on'~ ~ ~' ~ ` ~~~`„~'~~.~"',~"nv~ ~u~F `~ . _. '~'~' `~`,~~ ~ } a ~ .w~;.~~:.,. . '~ Mustard's Restaurant, located at 1719 Broadway, would be improved in apprearance and functionality by ~• enclosing the area on the north side of the building entry, moving the doorway to align with the street, creation of a small eating counter, and installation of window awnings. The exterior improvements were recommended by the ~~ Downtown Design Advisory Board (DDAB). Moving the main entry will also improve ADA access to the building. y~ The scope of work completed in 2004 - 2005 addressed the essential maintenance needs and significantly improved the appearance of the building by incorporating many of DDAB's recommendations. The proposed ~. project addresses the remaining DDAB recommendations. ~~ + _...a.~'":.mra.!P~'~CUr'.~'~y."~.: :.., ~,:f'^v?F~c~ ^~' Msu'YV ° '°~^9 -~ .«:.a. - .=,sY3~~.. '^~'c: - _ , :. This project supports the Council goal of economic sustainability by improving the appearance and functionality of ~~ the existing buiiding. Design review by DDAB is complete. ~,. ,Rel~aiio~ n~ship ~,x~a~r P~nlana ~T ~~'~~~~?~ ~~~ ~~~~~'~ ~°~~_'',~~,~ ~ ~ „~ The FAM Master Plan Update, accepted in 2005, identifies the need to upgrade the building. r~ ~F~B '°' '~'' ' 3 "+3^' 3 {~a5. ` ~^d.^~`st~"~~'. ~$r~ ~ ' ",~"~",5~.~``~ry Public,''~r..0~4e., ss,.Statuz~s;.~~s~ue,_s: 3a„~: ~.. ~~~. *~ ,~ !~,^ - ~• The project was reviewed by DDAB in March 2004. Suggestions will be incorporated in design as possible. Any public process will be identified in conjunction with the overall project development. ~~ P _ P ,. ..~.,v,.'~,`~'~~: ~~, .~~".'~ "~:.~r" `~'' - 'k'~'"i Re~~I~fiA''onsfii wit4~'~O~herpe a ~enfs.. ~'„~:-~ : '~ ~`_~ uez~~;u~.v;~mwn~ v~:w~~s.~~w..s~u.:~u~..~ ..~r,~.av.,=~ ~"°"_nava~:.~._. m.y., . . r ~, ~~ This project will be coordinated with Mustards. ~-. _ ~-~_ ,.~,~.~.,~ ~~ ~P ~,, ~,.~z~ - ~ ~ ~~ ~ Capital Funding Plan ~ ~• ~ 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Fundin ~ 9~ i, ~~ $28,000 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $28,000 -~~` ~ ~,,~.~;~,~,~.,.r,u,r.:~~r~~.__.:..,~ - zr.,~~,.r„~-~.-~~., ~ ~~ Change from Prior Year: ~~ Annual On-going Operating Costs $0 ~~ Description: No additional city operational costs are anticipated from completing this project. ~• Source of Funding: Mustard's „-~..~... . ... Busi ess P al n Pnontiza~tionyo S~. e:.rGi~' s~ -'~'~~~~'~,~ ~' ~~;a' ~';;,, ;'~. ~,,'~-.! Essential %~ Desirable % 100% Discretionary %~ ~ Total % 100% . .. . ... ... ~.. W ~ ~ Page 220 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report ~ ,.,. - -;. ~ ~ ~Project,Name ~ ~„,~;~;~~~ fi, t q~ ~?, ~''~ t- ~ ~ ~- ` `_- Project Numbe~ ". , Map:Num,ber `- ...~ ._..,.~,~r _ _ ..~..... -._, . ~- .,. ,~„ . ~. . , North Boulder Park Shelter Repair 501XXX ' 91 ~ ~ 3~ , Department: Funding Source: ProjectType: ~W/ Facilities & Asset Management subeommuniry: Central Boulder ~ =acility Renovation & Replacement Fund BVCPNea: =xisting Facility - Rehab / Repair / Deficiency Correction CEAP Required: NO CEAP Completed: ~- Fr~qect~Descr~pbon :- ~'~;-~ ~~'~,~ s_°', ~< ~.~' ' ~~ss' ';~ s ~$~:~,r. , x~~:, yg',-~A ~.. 4q ~ ., ~ u ~ ~ . . ~ W.~~xi`', °~'~. ~ ..~ ~~.'~.w~»~. ~ _ : '~~_ - ;, This project renews interior and exterior surface finishes of the building, restroom plumbing and electrical systems to current building codes. ' Community;Sustainabil~ry/PiojectJust'W~~3i.£cation~`p~'~'~~_,-;~.~'~r~~~,,q~u -,~;y~ , '"s_."- ~.:.~:~..~ _~..,..~~d..~:d.,..,~ ._ ,U This project supports the Council goals of environmental and economic sustainability by extending the useful life of the existing building and by implementing energy-saving improvements whenever possible. The FAM Master Plan Update, accepted in 2005, identifies the need to repair and maintain city facilities. None. Project design will be reviewed by the Planning Department. Further design reviews will be conducted by the DDAB and Planning Board as appropriate. Re~lat~onsh~p with Other D p rtments ~ ~~~~""~ `~ ~ t ~ ._ - ~,~'-.~ ~y~~~s~ . '~ n _ `LL F~x . n.-..~ ~~ . e,...~r? s.FZw ~.,s_ , This project will be coordinated with the Parks & Recreation Department. Capital Funding Plan 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding $0 $120,000 $0 $0 $0 $0 $120,000 Change from Prior Year: Annual On-going Operating Costs $0 Description: No additional operating costs are anticipated. Source of Funding: Essential %~ Desirable % 100% Discretionary %~ Total % 100% Page 221 ~, r~ ~. ~~ ~~ ... 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report ~' ~ cy.t - ir 1'X„s, `y x c 3< v~'e,f ' .r~ ,,~ h 'Y 3 H s ~' :y4i , ~ *< /^ av_. -a »"'>~'` . ~ ' ' 6r",' "~rokect,•Nanle *~~' ~ ~~~ ~_ ~~ ~` °"' ~' ~,` `~ ~ ~'-~"`~'`„`'~~ ~. Project Number' ~ ~~~Ma Number ~'~ F ~,~... ,.J d_ .W _ :~ , x~l.r >'"~n,- ~,.~.,,,, „ , h _ ,~ . ,~~ ...~.: . P. _. .,n. .„ : ~ Reconstruct Main Library North Plaza ?~ 501XXX s;~ 109 ,= • .., .,. ~„ ~~,t.~;;> Department: Funding Source: Project Type: PW/ Facilities & Asset Management subcommuniry: Central Boulder Facility Renovation & Replacement Fund svcParea: Area I Reconstruction ~„ CEAP Required: NO CEAP Completed: Yr~ ~ rs~~.A~'+ x~s ,g; «me.r s ss z--^` ~. - tt -c ProeetD sc~t~o~n a~#°i .~ `~~ `~.`~~~~ ~~~~.a~~~ ~''~ ~~_~~" .~~~x~~' '~~ J .,~.._ P ~." - ~"~`.~,~..,~. The Main Library Plaza, located at 1000 Canyon, will require replacement due to its age and condition. ~. ~~r~«~Q~. ~ ~^~€r~ ^r~s- ; ~ €~. ~ n ~-{:"'~'~ . ~ ~- ='s .~~~.~ , ~ Com mumatyS~ustasinab~li ,i4'~P.~,io.jec~t~,l~u,ati~icat,„.~°nF~, .._ - ~~~, ~.~s~r~~,'µ'~~..~- ~ ~.~~*~..~~'.~?.s~ ~~ This project supports the Council goal of environmental sustainability by using proper waste management ~„ practices during deconstruction. ~a~---• ~` >~ ~--~.~. ~~~"'~~i r. Relat~onsh~p fo,~Mas er~P'~ns•. - ~~''" ~ '~ . ~.,~.~~._`~°'`~~ - ~~: ~ '~ar"""~'.~~ ~ , The FAM Master Plan Update, accepted ~in 2005, identifies the need to repair or replace concrete plazas. T~ ~PutiliesPf,otess.~ afu Iss es: ' ~-~~~ ~~"~ ~=~~'"+~'$'~ ~ ~'~~ ~~ - ~mmc„u,.r~.m- N a,.,. . t€is.~'v.Yam,.~ '~'-~.3.w~~~~s?.~~a~za.~s:tr7. ~ ... Project design will be reviewed by the Planning Department. Further design reviews will be conducted by the DDAB and Planning Board as appropriate. i.~ , x ~'#'c .~.s":~sc`e~` - "~.R`~ ~lsi. ?~`v` ~+,"°' ~z.tu'~'-s '~ ~"'.:~ ~r x,'.,z~~+- R,ela~tio~hip;~witn;.o h.err.,~s.Ded artmen'` +,~ ~ ~~~,..~' '`~^f ~'~'~~~x'~~,.+~`r~~-~;~ ,;~~~~,~€'„~a~.~~~„x„s, P ~~ z k.~. ~• This project will be coordinated with the Library Department. ,.~„~.~ ,~,~«~,..~~.~.m~,.~,:~,~,~~..~~r,.~~~m-~~.~, ~~ ~~,~z~,,~.,._,..- ~..~u.~r.~~,~,~~~,~~.7~,y~., ~ "' ~ Capital Funding Plan ~ ,., 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding ~~ ~ , ~' $0 $0 $0 $0 $147,000 $0 $147,000 :~ .• ~ ~ ~....~, ,~,,~, - - " Change from Prior Year: "' Mnual On-going Operating Costs $0 r. .. .. w~ J~l/ N W ~R ^~ w~ ~ ~. ~~ ~ r. Description: Source of Funding: No additional operational costs are anticipated from eompleting this project. ~B~u~sine5s, I~an~P~rti i~~ia ion:o S ~'`~" ` ~~~ ' =;~ ~",n,_s K - ~~ rytces.- Essential %~ Desirable % 100% Discretionary %~ Total % 100% ~ Page 222 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report ~ ~`u e " , m~ . ? .,~ ~ ., a.. ~ ~ ~. ~a F '~ : t'7'rn'`'~' ¢ .t ' ~ ' ~~2 ~. x ' '~ a~r -~'~ ,~ ~ ~~ ~'P-~o~ecjkName n., ~;~~s~,',;,-?,~;~`~'~*~' , ;,;~,,._,,,~,,~~`~y~, , r~;- -- ;,~_,.%-~3,,"~-ta~ r ,~ProJectNumber-' '~Map'Number~~.'~. _ ; Stazio Tinsile Canopy Covering Repfacement ~ 501XXX ,.u 107 ;; ~ ;~ ~ F;.~.vd.=~..~.-~.4-. ~~_ ~>>~,. ~.,_.~.m~-.>.~,~:,.__.=w_,_-~A.<~.~,.~_ ~_~. -~_.. .. ,._.. ,:~ ._„_, _.~ ,. k,. Department: Funding Source: Project Type: PW( Facilities & Asset Management subcommuniry: East Boulder Facility Renovation & Replacement Fund avcPnrea: Area II Existing Facility - Rehab / Repair / Deficiency Correction CEAP Required: rJp CEAP Completed: The Stazio Tinsile Canopy was inspected in 2003 by the contractor that originally installed the structure. All cables, structural components and coverings were inspected and found to be sound and fully functional. Preventive maintenance was performed on the structure. The contsaetor noted in their report that the covering is nearing the end of its service life and should be replaced in approximately five years (2008). The contractor prepared a cost estimate for replacement of the covering. This project replaces the covering in 2009. The one year delay is necessary due to current budget conditions and higher priority work. TS:a'ustXti°: ,~s-^rye'xs'S.F~'^ :~'T;'°'°>^z 4 , ~S9" . d '3~"^'.:~AY~ Commum Sustamatiil~ NProe~~ sti£icafio ~`'"~~ ~~~' `'~' ~ ~~ -u.y.ty~~.,~..x.~.-.~_.~Y~.~~.~~a.,.,. ~ ~~"°$~` ~~` - ~..= ~~~~"~`~..~.-~r=1~.~ This project supports the Council goals of environmental and economic sustainability by extending the useful life of the existing structure. '~'t=~$~`Y~~"Vh+i. ~~ ~ `Mi .'i ~~ .Y ~~ R3 , e~~` 3M. ~ i 't A2"Y~> 3`-r= `:. ^t'£ . :Y Relatwnship~toMasterPlans~.,,.'~~~„~~:~ ~~ :a ~~~~ ~ ~~~-~'. •,v~ -~ < -.--~~~ ,- ~. 3.a . ~ - ~?...~ .~ --..a,~. , ~,. The FAM Master Plan Update, accepied in 2005, identiFies the need to maintain the structure and renew components as required. ?ublic Process Status Issue ~~"~' '~~' -~~'y'~~~ ~ ~` ~~~~ ;._ ~v~ ~ <~ ~ -~~ ~~--.~~ ~~ £ . . _ ~_~. az~ "~`~~. .rd:.a.e.:~.....~~,~~a,,..o,..._..c-..~~.s~; None This project will be coordinated with the Parks & Recreation Department. - - - ~. ~, ~ _ ~ .,,,_ ;~ - Capital Funding Plan ~ 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding ~ <: - $0 $132 000 $0 $0 $0 $D $132 000 ~ , , , x, ~z~ - w ~~ Change from Prior Year: Annual On-going Operating Costs Description: Source of Funding: Essential °!o ~ Desirable °!0 100°!o Discretionary °!o~ Page 223 ToYal °!0 100°!0 ~ s r ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ r r~ w~ ~~ w. r~ ... ~. . r. re ... .. ... ~. .~. w~ ~IY ~ r. 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report ~ ~F~'~#~~~ v* "~ -5`Y'~~~~Aa~~~~.i~~~~ ~~ ax^vr `a'.`~~ ~9`*`4j; ;`~!5 r,k ~x~~o-syn {~M~'~{*`,~ ~~t ~..'.',"Y S, „y4"E~~3~"`3 ~;-k:.s` ~~f'h~~k.,° :,,~ro~eet,Name ~~z;,~_,,,~ ~x,~,,.,;~y-~~ ~~;~~,~„-~„v~;~,,,,^~',,,~,_,~ ~; ~ ~~~~ro~ect-Nuniber;, ,~*T~-Map~umber*~,~ Tantra Park Shop Maintenance ~ 501XXX ~ 108 ~ ~~; ,.~, ~.~ oepanmenc: PW/ Facilities & Asset Management Subcommuniry: South Boulder Fundiny source: Facility Renovation & Replacement Fund evcva,rea: Area I Projecc rype: Existing Facility - Rehab / Repair / Deficiency Correction CEAP Required: nJp CEAP Completed: The Tantra Park Shop, located at 585 Tantra Drive, is in need of maintenance. This project renews interior and exterior surface finishes and upgrades electrical and HVAC systems to current building codes. EommuniTy SusWmab'Iity~~o eciJ s ifci ation ~ " ~`~~'~'~:~,` ~``4=~ ~~" Y"'~ "'s~~~~ `~s~~ ~`'~~..m m„~'~ ~s 's"~ ~'~t ~ ,~~u..r~xi~rua~ .sh~ ~ ~'~-'~,~~~~ `-~~~~"~~',~~e'~.~~,~~,:.e `~~--c~ ~ -3~,:.a.v~ This pro~ect supports the Counc~l goals of environmental and economic sustainability by extending the useful life of the existing building and by implementing energy-saving improvements whenever possible. Proper waste management practices will be followed to reuse or recycle building materials to the maximum extent possible. R~tions iptaMasterePlan . ~ •p~ ~ - - - - ~~ The FAM Master Plan Update, accepted in 1998, and the master plan update in 2005 identifies the need to repair and maintain city facilities. Project design will be reviewed by the Planning Department. Further design reviews will be conducted by the DDAB and Planning Board as appropriate. This project will be coordinated with the Parks & Recreation Department. aww'da n-'~-.-u-;..-x=_:.. ~ - Capital Funding Plan - ' 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding ,~ ~ $0 $0 $0 $0 $137,000 $0 $137,000 ;~ ~„~„r:~ - - ' wi Change from Prior Year: ~. Annual On-going Operating Costs $0 .. Description: No additional operational costs are anticipated from completing this project. Source of Funding: w r m-^ brcrn~~~~~~~ne 5F-r.+sa,m~.,,- ` •~. ~ '~ "q~"~~."~.~. as~,`~'~~~& Business Plan'P orRi~ on~`~"o r ecVi ~s ~ "' Essential %~ Desirable % G 100% Discretionary %~ Total °/a 100% ~. ~ .. .. ~. ~~ ... ~., ... ~. Panw ~9d 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report Department: Funding Source: Project Type: PW/ Facilities & Asset Management subcommun~ry: Central Boulder Facility Renovation & Replacement Fund 1 evcPaea: Area I Existing Facility - Rehab I Repair / Deficiency Correction CEAP Required: NO CEAP Completed: ,P,r ~o ec[ Des¢nptiori ~. 3~~,' '~`~ ~ ~ ~` ~~a.~~-~~,': `~,-~~:~~~g ~~~~ ~-,is ~ _. < ~ ,~ . ;~ ?~.,.~~~~ ~~:.~~~.~..._z~., _ x ~~ ~_~c ~` .a. °^s.~~u.,.~.~~, This project provides refurbishment of the facilities including HVAC, electrical, and plumbing systems. It renews all surface finishes including carpet, paint, and ceilings. Provides imQrovements to restrooms and adds a fire sprinkler system. This project supports the Council goals of environmental and economic sustainability by extending the useful life of the existing building. The FAM Master Plan Update, accepted in 2005, identifies the need to maintain this facility. The kitchen was remodeled in 2006 by Meals on Wheels at a cost of approximately $400,000. This cost has been subtracted from the estimated refurbishment cost noted in the FAM Master Plan of $1,228,000, leaving an estimated cost of $828,000. PyUbI1~PfO~C y055$~.a"t1~S-~SStiCS ~5 ~'.~~t""+y'~" '<"W`~~€~"c >~. ~;sa~'~" ~°~ -~b~~.:.,,..~`s°r....~stLa..a~" REsw~.:~.~....';`x"R'.~ia ._ > ,,,._s ~. '~~.... , +t~atm~....:.s._ ..~d'~-~...,..~"~`"J~ua'+ 'P 5 ~-. ~~ ,., None This project will be coordinated with HHS Department and Meals on W heels. ;~ - - ~ „-a~un>Y - ~, ~ ~,~.. ~u~ - - - ~ l ~ CaplWl Funding Plan ,:~ 2008 2009 2070 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding ;; ~ ~ ` $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $828,000 $828,000 ~ ~ ~ ~a,~.,,~~,~ ,~o _>, ~ Change from Prior Year: Project added in 2008 Annual On-going Operating Costs $0 Description: Source of Funding: Essential % ~ Desirable % 100% Discretionary %~ Total %I 100% Paae 225 _, .- GENERAL FUND 2008-2013 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM ~w a. a. OVERVIEW ~. ~q The 2008-2013 General Fund Capital Improvements Program is $3,600,000. One project is scheduled in 2008 and no other projects are scheduled for 2009 - 2013. `IY .. HIGHLIGHTS ~~ The planned project in 2008 is for the construction of a Fire Training Center which will .., replace the existing center located on Lee Hill Road. The new center is one of three approved for construction by Boulder County residents and will be located on the Wells `~ Property which is owned by the city's Utilities Division. .. FINANCING .. ~• The total projected construction cost for this project is $7,431,820 and does not include the purchase cost of the Wells property. Funding for construction includes $3,600,000 r. which will come from the City's temporary one year (January 2007 - December 2007) ~• 0.15 cents sales/use tax approved by citizens on November 7, 2006 and $3,775,000 plus ~, interest will come from County sales tax revenues which have been collected for this purpose. ... ~, In July 2007, a WIP item will be prepared which will upda[e the disposition of the Valmont Butte site and the relocation of the Fire Training Center to the Well's site. ... .,, RELATIONSHIP TO OPERATING BUDGET "' The relationship of the operating budget to the CIP primarily involves the operations and ... maintenance of these proposed improvements. Department and tenant operating budgets are to identify any on-going costs and corresponding funding. FAM typically calculates '"~ these operational costs and advises departments accordingly. FAM estimates Fire ... Department operating costs will increase from approximately $35,000 per year to approximately $60,000 per year after operations are moved to the new Center. The ~~ County Fire Chief's Association will be responsible for all operational and maintenance ~~ (O&M) costs associated with the Fire Training Center. Facility users will be chazged in ~ proportion to their use of Center resources. r~ r~ rr r~ ..e, Paoe 226 . ~ BUSINESS PLAN w r ~ Capital projects classified into essential, desirable and discretionary using the methodology outlined in the FAM Master Plan. Priority is given to the 26 "essential ~ facilities" noted in Appendix 1 of the FAM Master Plan when completing capital ~ projects. Essential projects are those projects that allow continued operation of a facility, ~ repair/replace life-safety systems, or are necessary to fully comply with laws and regulations. Desirable projects are those projects that extend facility service life or ~ repair/replace systems other than life safety. Discretionary projects aze those projects ~ that improve efficiency. Paoe 227 w ~ w r ~ r ~ ier ~ r A ti ~ M ~r ~ •r ~ ~ w r M ^R r i t i 1 ~ ! ~ 1 ! 1 ~ t t 1 / 1 1 1 ! ~ F ~ ( 1 t ! I 1 ! 1 i 1 f i f 1 f 1 t ~ s • • • a s • a o • a a ~ s s s • • ~ s r s ~ v t 2U~2i-2U13 Capital lmprovements Yrogram General Fund oz-ru~-o~ 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Total Recommended Projected Projected Projected Projected Projected New Construction - Not Growth Related Constmct Rre Training Facility 3,600,000 0 0 0 0 0 3,600,000 Total: 3,600,000 0 0 0 0 0 3,600,000 Total for General Fund 3,600,000 0 0 0 0 0 3,60Q000 Page 228 ~/2/200~ Business Plan Budget Submission Fiscally Constrained Plan 2ooa - -- -- -- - --- - - - General Fund ~` essentia~ ~ Desirable ~ oiscretionary I 7otal New Construction - Not Growth Related ConstructFireTrainingFacility 501XXX $3,600,000 100% $0 ~ $0 $3,600,000 100% TotaiforGeneralFund: $3,600,000 100% $0 0% $0 0% $3,600,000 100% 1~ [ s t! ! ~i !! t I E~ t/ ! R P~~ ~ i~ ~ t! i t l ~^ !~ I~ e~ f t .. r~ w~ ^~ •. .., .. .. r~ ~~ r~ ... ... . _. ... .., .., _. _. YY ~~ Yl ~~ ~~ r~ ri ~~ r~ r. City of Boulder Captial Improvement Projects, 2008 - 2013 General Fund ; 1 p ~ ~ ~ i r ~-_/-= ~ i ~_~ ___ _ _~ ~ - -~^/"~ ~ ' k t ~- -- -}- r t ' f r , { ~_~ I ~_ I ' ' 4. ~ 4 ~~ ( 112: Construct Fire ~ ~ ~~ /~1,- Training Facility ~ ~ ~ ~ ` ~ \ ~ ~ ~ 1 ~ a Ao ~~ ~~a i ~ ~ I ~o ~ ~ Jay Rd ~ ~ ~ i ; ~_ ! ; ~ ' ~ ` ^ Iris g9: Casey Middle School ~ ; Improvements ~ ___J ~.~~ W r ~-~_--~ -~ ~ ~ ~~---~---~, ; , ~ j v ~ ~ ~ ~ , ~~ 92: Recycle Row- Roadway ~ ' ~, and Utility Infrastructure ~qraQahoe Rd. ; ~~~ ~y"~ Improvements ----~-- i ~ --•~-- ,o ( ( ~ ~_ ~ ~ ;~~o f j ~~s ~~f~-~, ~, ~ i ~ C~ ~ ~ a ~ ~-~ ~. ; ~ ! ( S Boulder R~ /'~'`~ ~S t ~` ~ 36 ~ ~ ~ Legend ~ \~.~ Year of Project ~ --~'~ ~ \ ~ • 2008 ~ -.,, ~ 200&2013 ~ Z008 =20092013 ~/ ~ 2008 020042013 ~ ; Page 230 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report ~~ .~~~~~ti ~ ~s ~ ~ w . -~~ ~ ~r .~ ~ r ~Projeet~Name _-;., _~~- _,i~.~,~;~ y, , .,y„n ` " - - - ~,s ~,~~~~' ~'Project Number: , 'Map°Number . ` ,.. .. . ~ Construct Fire Training Facility 501XXX 112 R~~, .~..' DepartmenL Funding Source: Prqect Type: PW/ Facilities & Asset Management subcommuniry: Area III General Fund svcPnrea: Area III New Construction - Not Growth Related CEAP Required: NO CEAP Completed: Pro ect,Descn twn ~ ` ' ~.:a.~,, ~°`~zs#L~~` w ~s~ ~>--- ~,3 . ~ ~- ,~*.~~„t~_ ~ .. . .. "~. . ~ ~. ., a.3~ .~,. ,~,...~ :.. _~ __.~~.~_~..'i_' ' _ ~ ` __ Construct Phase 1 of the Fire Training Facility. This phase of the project will construct a classroom/training building (approx. 8,400 SF) with 2 apparatus bays (approx. 1,600 SF), 2 extrication pads, a propane training area, a pump pit, a burn building, building pads, and a tower. The total cost of this phase of the project is estimated to be $6,142,000 (2006$). Partial funding for the project will be provided by County funds =$3,775,000 (2006$). Assuming 10°/o construction cost increases in 2007 and 2008 and 4°!o interest received in 2006 and 2007 on the County funds, the total amount needed at anticipated time of construction in 2008 is $7,431,820 -$4,083,040 = $3,348,780. ;Comm n~'~~ty",Sustainatiilrty/ Pro~ecf~Ju°s'tifieatio~,~~~~~~^~~, n _ ~~€...s~xi,~. ~ ~s~.~-~~.~,...d.,s_~...:._ .w...~:.,_~?_,..~,"`„~„~'~~ ~,~,?j This project is needed to properly train fire fighters. ,~:,~~ < ~ s ~Relat~o~~shiptoMasterPlans,~~'.~.~.~~ ~~..~~".y.3u;.._',~ „•~,'..~`~ ~...~.~ ~.~`~~~F::..~-M.:..r t~ ..._.~s.....,.~:~..s.._ __._..,,,,.,_', The Fire Master Pfan addresses the need to construct this facility. Publi~Process8tatus Issues ~,~~~'~ ~~~'~ '}` ~ y"r'Y ~".~ .,, .. ~. ,~ ' ,. _. - -'~ {.~.:~ ,.,t,:.Ka~y,~.xr~~,~'~s~.:~:~.~.- '"~ r, ti"~i:~~;e The Wells Site was selected by Council as the preferred site for the Fire TrainingfCenter on 21~February 2006. Next steps include working with area businesses and residents to resolve any site planning issues. Site review and architectural design are planned in 2007 with facility construction planned in 2008. The project will be reviewed by DDAB and the Planning Board. This project will be coordinated with the Fire Department, Parks & Recreation and Boulder County. } ~~ T ~ ~ '~ ~ - ' ~ ~ CapiWl Funding Plan =~; ~ 2005 2009 2010 201~ 2012 2013 PlannedFunding ~ ~ $3,600,000 ~ $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $3,600,000 ;~ =~ ~ u Change from Prior Year: Annual On-going Opera Description: Source of Funding: Essential °!0 100°!o Desirable °!o~ Discretionary Total °lo Page 231 - .. ... ~~ GENERAL FUND - TRASH TAX 2008-2013 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM ~.. .. ^. OVERVIEW "' The 2008-2013 General Fund Capital Improvements Program is $150,000 with funding ,,, recommended in 2008 for Recycle Row. ,., HIGHLIGHTS `" The 2008-2013 CIP project reflects the General Fund-Trash Tax contribution to "Recycle ~. Row." This project is associated with annexation and development of the old Colorado Brickyard parcel loca[ed at the SW corner of 63rd Street and Butte Mill Road. The 12- `~ acre Brickyard is being annexed by Westem Disposal and ownership of 4 acres will be .., transfened to the city for re-locating Eco-Cycle's Center for Hazd-to-Recycle Materials ~ and ReSource, the used building materials yard operated by the Center for Resource Conservation. The CIP budget covers a proportional share of roadway and utility -~ infrastructure costs; no direct costs are anticipated for property acquisition. ~. -• FINANCING ... Recycle Row project funding began in 2004 as part of the operating budget from the City -• Managers Office-Environmental Affairs Trash Tax revenues. The CIP budget has run ,,, from 2005 through 2008, for a total contribution from Trash Ta~c revenues of $692,000. Funding for an adjacent section of 63rd Street that adjoins Stazio Ball fields-North will "' also come from Parks and Recreation and was included in their 2004 CIP budget. ... "" RELATIONSHIP TO OPERATING BUDGET , The relationship of the operating budget to the CIP pnimarily involves the staff time " required to manage the property acquisition annexation negotiations and beginning in ..~ 2007 also has begun to include project management for infrastnxcture improvement design and construction. ~~ ~~ ... ~. , ~, w~ ri r. Paae 232 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program General Fund - Trash Tax Revenues oz-rui-o~ 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Total Recommended Projected Projected Projected Projected Projected New Construction - Growth Related Facility / Additions Recycle Row- Roadway and Utiliry Infrastmcture Imp~ovements I50,000 0 0 0 0 0 I50,000 TotaL• 150,000 0 0 0 0 0 150,000 Total for General Fund - Trash Tax Revenues 150,000 0 0 0 0 0 150,000 ~ ~ f E r ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ a P~t~ ~ ~ ~ r r ~ ~ ~ a E ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ E ~ ~ ~ 1 1 I { E 1 1 i ~ t ~ 1 t 1 I t 1 1 t ~ ~ ~ ! 4 t t r ~ ~ i t ~ s t ~ a t ~ • • • • a e • ~ r • a • • ~ a ~/y2007 Business Plan Budaet Submission Fiscally Constrained Plan 2oos General Fund - Trash Tax Revenues - - -- ~ essenciei ~ Desirable - - -- --- I Discretionary I Totai I Pro ect T e/Name P' t# F d' % F d' % F d' % F nd'n % j yp ro/ec un ~ng < un ~ng o un ~ng u ~ g New Construction - Growth Reiated Facility / Additions RecyGe Row- Roadway and Utiliry Infrastructure Improvements 216016 ~ $0 ~ ~ $750,000 ~ 100% ~ $0 ~ ~ $150,000 ~ 70~ Total for General Fund - Trash Tax Revenues: $0 0% $750,000 100 % $0 0% $750,000 100 % Page 234 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report Pro~ect,Name - ~ ~~- ~ _ ~ ,. ~~ # Pro~ectNumber~= - '~'~~~- Map"Number'~~,- ~'~ Recycle Row- ~ - _ , , w „ , _ _ __. „, _ Roadway and Utility Infrastructure Improvements - fi., ~~< 216016 = •~~ _ 92 .,~. _ ,_ v ~_..r ..~_.,,~-_.. <~., ,_...~..r.,-~~..,. __. _.„. , ~ ................ Department: Funding Source: Project Type: City Manager ~ suncommuniry: East Boulder General Fund - Trash Tax Revenues svcP,4rea: Area II New Construction - Growth Related Facility / Additions CEAP Required: rJp CEAP Completed: Prqect,Descnption s~^~ ~.' . ~.~_~~'` } .~~`? ~.~~~~_~,ti `~-.n ~ 2" Fn~ ~~ ~ " "` z` <;i . _ ~.,..a:...~ ~ ~ ~.~..~rn...u.....~.. .a ~~. Trash Tax-funded project associated with annexation and development of the old Colorado Brickyard parcel located at the SW corner of 63rd Street and Butte Mill Road. The 12-acre Brickyard is being annexed by Western Disposal and ownership of 4 acres will be transferred to the city for re-locating Eco-Cycle's Center for Hard-to- Recycle Materials from the city Municipal Service Center property. In addition, ReSource, the used building materials yard operated by the Center for Resource Conservation will be re-located from their current temporary location to this city recycling parcel. The CIP covers Phase I of roadway and all utility infrastructure costs. Project funding began in 2004 as part of the operating budget from the General Fund-Trash Tax. The CIP runs through 2008. Funding will also come from Parks and Recreation for an adjacent section of 63rd Street that adjoins Stazio Balifields-North. Phase II roadway improvements including sidewalk, curb & gutter will be funded by Western Disposal, Inc. Final roadway, utility and site design work expected 2007; construction to begin 2008- 2009. Recycle Row contributes to Council's Environmental Goal focus area; helps re-locate Eco-Cycle from the city Municipal Service Center property, which in turn, will help maintain service standards for essential city services. Creates convenient access for public and businesses to trash and recycling facilities. Project contained in Master Plan for Waste Reduction adopted April, 2006. Environmental Affairs' Strategic Plan in process. Council will reView and approve the Annexation Agreement for the 4 acres for Eco-Cycle relocation as well as the subdivision process. Annexation/ subdivision will come before Council in October 2007; Infrastructure improvements will commence in 2008. Once property ownership is transferred to the city, this project will be required to undergo concept and site review. °~`F :+~s^~w"n ~. -"`~,~, q'f'~'~;?3ro `~d 8-'c}.m'~'k.w f I% F ^`'~. ,Jh'_X C 3`t?j: ~"~`¢ "~."' ~Ret~ a~tion_, sFii wrth OfNer;De artments~~~ ~ ;~`%~~'~:F ~~ ~ ~, 3~~. `°~;~~=.~,~ ~ . ~* ~-,., ";~3 ...~ :~ . P. sr'- j~sa.~. ;n-~~_ ~ '~ ~~.~s;._ a.~,.x.r.~.~-~.:.,,.-.~-_:..: ;. Transportation Department will be providing project management, Public Works-Utilities will help coordinate utility improvements; Parks and Recreation Department will provide funding for adjacent roadway and utility improvements. - _ c~ ~ Capital Punding Plan - ~ 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding ~ ~` $150,000 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $150,000 - Change from Prior Year: Annual On-going Operating Costs Description: Source of Funding: Essential % ~ Desirable % 100% Discretionary %~ Total % 100% ~ ~ s ~ o..,.., noc ~, .., ~, ~, CAGID FUND 2008 - 2013 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM ~~ ~.. OVERVIEW ... ~-• The Central Area General Improvement District (CAGID) is a general improvement district created in 1970 to provide parking and parking related improvements to downtown Boulder. Properties ~~ within the district pay property taxes into the district; other revenues are derived from the pazking ~~ fees. CAGID owns 5 parking garages and one surface lot. Due to the construction of 2 parking ~, structures in the last 8 years, funds have not been available for major renovation and repairs until 2008 when a substantial renovation and repair program will begin to address the deferred "' maintenance. .. POLICY ISSLTES «., None. ,.. HIGHLIGHTS RA ,~, Since 1999, two new parking structures have been constructed by CAGID - the mixed use project at 15`h and Pearl and the underground garage at 1000 W alnut, a public/private partnership with the St. " Julien hotel. Since the focus has been on constructing new facilities resulting in substantial new ., debt, funds have not been available for major capital maintenance and repairs over the last 8 yeazs. In 2008, a bond payment will be retired and the funds will be redirected to a multi-year, phased "' capital renovation and repair program for all 5 garages, some dating to the late 70's. A total of $4 -• million is budgeted over three years, 2008-2010. ~~~ Also, an on-going renovation and repair reserve will be increased to more adequately fund future "' work from $12,100 per garage to $165,675. ., r~ FINANCING .,, Funding for CAGID facilities is provided through CAGID revenues sources: property taxes and parking revenues from the CAGID garages. rr .. RELATIONSHIP TO OPERATING BUDGET ~. The CAGID operating budget pays for the maintenance of all CAGID improvements and will not -• change with the capital improvement program. rY BUSINESS PLAN "' The CAGID major maintenance and repairs are classified as essential in the DUHIvID/PS business .. plan since continued deferred maintenance could begin to impact the integrity of the structures as well as become a deterrent to the downtown experience impacting the areas economic vitality. ww r~ r. Paue 236 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program CAGID Bond Fund oz-/«t-o~ 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Total Recommended Projected Projected Projected Projected Projected Existing Facility - Rehab / Repair / Deficiency Correction CAGID Major Renovation Projects 1,300,000 1,300,000 1,300,000 250,000 25Q000 250,000 4,650,000 Total: 1,300,000 1,300,000 1,300,000 250,000 250,000 250,000 4,650,000 Total for CAGID Bond Fund 1,300,000 1,300,000 1,300,000 250,000 250,000 250,000 4,650,000 [ I ! 1 1~ t! 1 1 ( 1 ! ~ I 1 t^ P~° ~' U! [! 1 l (! ! ~ t ~ t f 1 t ! i 1 ~ i i i i i i i i a i i i i a i : i : i i E i I 1 F 1 t i 1 ~ / 1 ~ ~ ~ 1 ~/z/zoo~ Business Plan Budaet Submission Fiscally Constrained Plan 2ooa -_--- - - - -- ----- - --- ----- CAGID Bond Fund ~ Essential Desirable Discretionar 7otal ~ ~ -- Y ~ Rehab / Repair / Deficiencv Correction Total for CAGID Bond Fund; $1,300,000 100% $0 0°/, $0 0% $1,300,000 100% Page 238 20Q8-2013 Capital Improvements Program ProjectStatus Report ~ Department: Funding Source: Project Type: DUHMD s~tcommuniry: Central Boulder CAGID Bond Fund evcPnrea: Area I Existing Facility - Rehab / Repair / Deficiency Correction CEAP Required: NO CEAP Completed: ~~-~.,~,-r,.~s'^.e-e^,',s~m, --~ ~ x~.x'^*;~ F1'3',+''~; ~u~'f '~` ~` 4.s e ...'S~a°'~ ~=i' ' 7~" ~ c *-~ ., Pr~..,ojecCDescnP~on ~' e- ~~ <~ y ~ ,~ ~ ,.Yv 'Ss-~ +~ ,. - kv":~.`s~u:~..+,~. r~n:~~".'~'.....1v.«'.a_ ..,~.,~s' -~~`."`~.'4 ~'r:1.-~--,.: ~,~~ .,v +:. ~.. The Central Area General Improvement District (CAGID) is a general improvement taxing district created in 1970 ~ to provide parking and parking related improvements in downtown Boulder. Properties within the district pay property taxes into the district fund; other revenues are derived from the parking feeds. CAGID owns 5 parking structures in the downtown. Due to the contruction of 2 parking structures in the last 8 years, funds have not been available for major renovations and repairs until 2008. A detailed assessment of all 5 garages was conducted during 2006 and a total of approximately $4 million is phased over three years beginning in 2008. CAGID is responsible for the operation and maintenance of the majority of parking in the downtown. Providing adequate parking is essential to the economic viability of downtown Boulder. Maintaining the multi-million real estate assets of the garages is imperative to the livelihood of downtow~. DUHMD/Parking Services does not have a master plan. Development of a strategic pfan is underway. A detailed assessment and report was conducted by Carl W alker, parking engineers, that details projects in all 5 parking structures phased over multiple years. A working group with representatives from the Downtown Management Commission and the downtown community reviewed and contributed to the development of the renovation plan. At the end of 2007, a major debt service payment is retired for the construction of 11 th and Spruce and renovations at the RTD garages. Those revenues will be allocated to the major renovation and repairs. ~~ ~ , - ~~-~~ ,~ ; ~ ~ ~ , ~ ° ~ ~ . ~ ~~, Y ~ . . ~ ~. Relationship~w,it";fltherDePa~..men~'~~~~~ t~ ~.,,~,~:xr".'?"~~i~.~;,~~~'`~ "~-aa."'~~;~.~~..,?"~~t?~~v~?"..~~.`f'°~.,~-..~.s~.~ .~, ,...~x.~,,, ., _ _..~,._., n.. ,m ... ~.. , , __ .~~~ ,Y~,.~. .,u-,.~.~, .~., - .s ~~~ - ,~:. n ~. Y,....,~., ~, ~.~ ~ ~ Capital Funding Plan ~ ~ 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned Funding ~ ~ $1,300,000 $1,300,000 $1,300,000 $250,000 $250,000 $250,000 $4,650,000 f~ ~ ~ Change from Prior Year: Annual On-going Opereting Costs ~$1,500,000 ~ Description: Source of Funding: CAGID property taxes and garage revenues .~: ~-»~ ~-~~~ag.~ -, ~ ~~- ~~ s~ness~~,l~rrPtl~t$izat~on of,~Services~ Essential °/, 100% Desirable %~~ Discretionary % o~..e nao 7otal % 100% "~ ~ • ` ~, _. ~ ~.~ ~, r~ ~~ ~~ ... .., .., ... Y.. ... ... ... .~. ... ~Y ~ ~~ ~~ i~ ~ r~ ~~ ~Y ~A r~ A~ i~ EDUCATION EXCISE TAX (EET) 2008-2013 CAPITAL IMPROVENIENTS PROGRAM OVERVIEW The 2008-2013 Education Excise Tax CIP will likely include funding for bringing the rebuild of Casey Middle School to a Gold Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certified level. Council will have an opportunity to consider this BVSD request in the summer of 2008. HIGHLIGHTS See above. FINANCING The Boulder Valley School District (BVSD) estimates that this will cost $1.8 million, to be financed from the city's education excise tax revenue. RELATIONSHIP TO OPERATING BUDGET BVSD would be responsible for all ongoing operating costs. Paae 240 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Education Excise Tax oz-~ui-o~ 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Total Recommended Projected Projected Projected Projec[ed Projected New Construction - Growth Related Facility / Additions Casey M~ddle School Improvements 1,600,000 0 0 0 0 0 1,800,000 Total: 1,800,000 0 0 0 0 0 1,800,000 Total for Education Excise Tax 1,800,000 0 0 0 0 0 1,800,000 1 i f# i! !! E/ t/ [~ !) ! 1 P~" ~' t 1 I i f f 1 1 1~ !~ I~ f l l l t 1 1 1 f 1 f i f 1 f 1 I! !! !! C! !! !! !! !! !! ! i r r ~ 1 t t ~/z/zoo~ Business Plan Budqet Submission Fiscally Constrained Plan 2oos Education Excise Tax ' ' - ~ Essential ~ Desirable ~ Discretionary ~ Total ? New Construction - Growth Related Facility / Additions CaseyMiddleSchoollmprovements $0 $0 $1,800,000 700% $1,800,000 700% Total for Education Excise Tax: $0 0% $0 0% $1,800,000 100% $1,800,000 100% Page 242 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Project Status Report Department: Funding Source: ProjectType: ~ity Manager sutcommuniry: Central Boulder =ducation Excise Tax svcPa.ea: Area I Vew Construction - Growth Related Facility / Additions CEAP Required: NO CEAP Completed: ~ ^'.a,.:.aR.,«-vx:w- v~. - "'<.it=:°GY:: %~:s;3""' '-, ~w~~.,y -- ;;s:..~ ~,ro~~, _ - _ e P.;. _ r~~., _ _ _ - :--.-Er" _ '- P,.,,,~,rqectDescnption~_. ~~ ~'~," . , .,„„~.-fl ~;v~ ~~~; ~ ~.°~~ : „~,~"q ~r`..,.,~u:te ~ -. ~'~ x '- ~s.,Y~.~Y ~ ~~..., iz~~ : 5.~,ahr-.aa:->.~.~:a'~_'t.."x~~ s.'~.,^.°su:tn ~s..,......~v ~'': .==itk& ~ .e .~. ~ ~~ 3 .,:.: ~. ~.~.~? BVSD has proposed using EET revenue to bring the rebuild of the Casey Middle School to LEED gold certified level. ~:;~ ~~.~ 2 - ~~.~ ~ x s~. ~ ~ ~ -~- , h =~-,~ ._ . . „~. y ,~,, Co mu~litySugta~nab~IRy/P~r~o~ect~Jus`5tifcation ~ F~~~~~~"~~~,w..~., .;;x~ .-gy,~,~v.,~~s ~;ra~ -~r,t~ - ~ _ `~3' x +~s.. :..>..~.~ .r . ~.~~..s Increased energy efficiency furthers the city's environmental sustainability goals of reducing the city's carbon footprint. As a learning tool for BVSD students, it also furthers the citys social sustainability goals. None Council will consider this at a public hearing in Summer of 2007. ^~ ~~~ .,"~r~~ Coordination with Historic Preservation, Planning ~. ~ ~,~t_.q-_Fr_~., _ _~.~~,,. ~.K..~.~_.~,.~w„a~ a, ~ a. ,~..~.._ CapiWl Funding Plan~~ ~ ~ 2008 2009 2010 2017 2012 2013 Planned Funding ~ ~ $1,800,000 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $1,800,000 ~ ~ ~ ~.~,~ - ~ ~.,_ - ~ Change from Prio,r Year: Not contained in past CIP. Annual On-going Operating Costs $0 Description: Source of Funding: BVSD responsibility. ~Bus ni~e.s"""s•Pla~ PnnritiiaU~'~ o~f 3eivices~°~ ~' ~`~~~' ~ "~°~` ~ =~"'*" $~_~~ ~ -~' °~~r~-~~~ sx.: ~~. ~~~ Essential %~ Desirable %~ Discretionary % 100% Total % 100% P~nn 9d1 i t 1 1! t i t t [ 1 [ 1 l l t ! t 1 [ i [ i f I f ! 1 t t 3 ( i t 1 t 1 LU~iS-2U13 l:apitai "lmprovements Yrogram Airport Fund oz-~Ut-o~ 2005 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Total Recommended Projected Projected Projected Projected Projected Existing Facility - Rehab / Repair / Deficiency Correction Rehabilitate East Aircraf[ Parking Apron 631,578 0 0 0 0 0 631,578 FAA Entitlemen[ Funded Maintenance 2013 0 0 0 0 0 631,578 G31,578 Total: 631,578 0 0 0 0 631,578 1,263,156 Total for Airport Fund 631,575 0 0 0 0 631,578 1,263,156 Page 244 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program CAGID Bond Fund oz-/~~t-o~ 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Total Recommended Projected Projected Projected Projected Projected Existing Facili[y - Rehab / Repair / Deficiency Correction CAGID Major RenovaGon Projec[s 1,300,000 I,304000 1,300,000 250.000 250,000 250,000 4,G50,000 Total: 1,300,000 1,300,000 1,300,000 250,000 250,000 250,000 4,650,000 Total for CAGID Bond Fund 1,300,000 1,300,000 1,300,000 250,000 250,000 250,000 4,650,000 t ~ ~ ~ ~ • ~ ~ t ~ i ~ t ~ f i E ^ P~° ~ ~ ~ ~ +r r ~ ~ ~ i ~ r ^ ~ s e ~ ~ r t i I 1 (! 1 i I 1 f 1 t 1 1 f 1 1 [ 1 [ 1 f i i t [! I! i l t 1 [ t i } ZOUZi-ZU73 l:apitai lmprovements rrogram Capital Development Fund 02-Ju1-07 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Total Recommended Projected Projected Projected Projected Projected New Construction - Growth Related Facility / Additions Miscellaneous Facility DET Rojects 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 300,000 MunicipalSpaces 30.000 30,000 30,000 0 0 0 90,000 Construcl / Purchase a General Stoiage Facility 0 0 0 830.000 0 0 830,000 Total: 50,000 80,000 80,000 880,000 50,000 50,000 1,220,000 Total for Capital Development Fund 80,000 80,000 80,000 880,000 50,000 50,000 1,220,000 Page 246 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Education Excise Tax o2-rut-o~ 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Total Recommended Projected Projected Projec[ed Projected Prnjected New Construction - Growth Related Facility / Additions CaseyM~ddleSchoollmprovements 1,800,000 0 0 0 0 0 1,800,000 Total: 1,500,000 0 0 0 0 0 1,800,000 Total for Education Excise Tax 1,500,000 0 0 0 0 0 1,800,000 [ f ~ ~ ~ • [ 1 ! i ! i ! ~ ! 1 i 1 P~~'~' ~ ^ ! ~ [ ~ i # ~ ^ [ 1 ~ ! ! i ! ~ ) 1 1 t 1 1 i I 1 ! i f 1 1 1 { l t i [ I [ 1 1 ! t 4 i i f 1 i 1 i i 1 ! 2U08-2013 Capital Improvements Program Facility Renovation & Replacement Fund 02-Ju1-07 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Total Recommended Projected Projected Projected Projected Projected Existing Facility - Enhancements / Upgrades Mustard's Srorefront & ADA Improvemen~s 28,000 0 0 0 0 0 28,000 BMOCA Elevaror & ADA Improvemen~s 0 122,000 0 0 0 0 122,000 TOtel: 28,000 122,000 0 0 0 0 150,000 Existing Facility - Rehab / Repair / Deficiency Correction Main Library Roof Replacement Miscellaneous Facility Mainrenance Projects ~re Station #4 Major Maintenance Flee[ Services Roof Replacement Nor[h Bouldu Park Shel[er Repair Stazio Tinsile Canopy Covering Replacement Main Library Carpet Replacement Main I.ibrary Elec[rical System Maintenance Maincenance of Spruce Pool Locker Rooms Fire S[ation #3 Major Maintenance Main[enance of Boulder Reservoir Sewriry House Main[enance of Sco[[ Carpenter Pool Locker Rooms Mar[in Park Shelter Major Maintenance Tantra Park Shop Main[enance West Senior Cen[er Mainrenance & Rehab Total: Reconstruction Recons[ruc[ Main Library North Plaza 511,000 0 0 0 0 0 511,000 58,000 60,000 63,000 G5,000 68,000 70,000 384.000 0 135,000 0 0 0 0 135,000 0 I30,000 0 0 0 0 130,000 0 120,000 0 0 0 0 120,000 0 132,000 0 0 0 0 132,000 0 0 350,000 0 0 0 350,000 0 0 220,000 0 0 0 220,000 0 0 152,000 0 0 0 152,000 0 0 0 514,000 0 0 514,000 0 0 0 50,000 0 0 50,000 0 0 0 395,000 0 0 395,000 0 0 0 0 169,000 0 I69,000 0 0 0 0 137,000 0 137,000 0 0 0 0 0 828,000 828,000 569,000 577,000 755,000 1,024,000 374,000 898,000 4,227,000 0 0 0 0 147,000 0 147,000 Page 248 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Facility Renovation & Replacement Fund oz-rut-o~ 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Total Recommended Projected Projected Projected Projected Projected Total: 0 0 0 0 147,000 0 147,000 Total for Facility Renovation & Replacement Fund 597,000 699,000 785,000 1,024,000 521,000 898,000 4,524,000 E i [ i ! ~ ! ! ! • E ! 1 ' 1 ~ 1 ! P~° ~9 ! ^ 1 ~ 1 l ~ l ! ~ ~ ~ r ~ t l ~ 1 t I 1 1 1 1 f 1 1 1 1~ 1 1 E! 1 1[ i t! t!! i t i i 1! 1 I i t I[ i ZOOx-2~13 Capital lmprovements Yrogram General Fund oz-ru~-o~ 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Total Recommended Projected Projected Projected Projected Projected New Construction - Not Growth Related Cons[mct Fire Training Facility 3,G00,000 0 0 0 0 0 3,600,000 Total: 3,600,000 0 0 0 0 0 3,600,000 Total for General Fund 3,600,000 0 0 0 0 0 3,600,000 Page 250 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program General Fund - Trash Tax Revenues oz-/Ut-o~ 2005 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Total Recommended Projected Projected Projected Projected Projected New Construction - Growth Related Facility / Additions Recycle Row- Roadway and Utiliry Infras[ruc[ure Improvements I50,000 0 0 0 0 0 150,000 Total: 150,000 0 0 0 0 0 150,000 Total for General Fund - Trash Tax Revenues 150,000 0 0 0 0 0 150,000 1 1 i ^ I ! [ ~ ! ! 1 1 ! 1 ! 1 ! ! P~~' ~' ! ^ I ~ ! ~ ~ ^ I ~ 1 1 ! ~ ! f t # t 1 i i f 1 t i l' i t) 1 i ([ [ I 1 1 i ~ i t 1 1 1 1 !~ [ i C 1 I 1 i 1 2UUx-2U13 l;apital improvements Yrogram Lottery Fund oz-~ur-o~ 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Total Recommended Projected Projected Projected Projected Projected New Construction - Growth Related Facility / Additions Dakota Ridge Pocket Park - Lottery TOtal: On-Going Projects Tributary Greenways Progam - Lottery His[orical Stmc[ures & Trails Stabiliza[ion & Restoration TotaL• 200,000 0 0 0 0 0 200,000 200,000 0 0 0 0 0 200,000 150,000 I50,000 I50,000 150,000 ISQ000 150,000 900,000 0 475,000 475,000 475,000 475,000 475,000 2,375,000 150,000 625,000 625,000 625,000 625,000 625,000 3,275,000 Totalfor Lottery Fund 350,000 625,000 625,000 625,000 625,000 625,000 3,475,000 Page 252 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Open Space Fund oz-rUi-o~ 2005 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Total Recommended Projected Projected Projected Projected Projected New Construction - Not Growth Related OSMP New Trails Eldo Mt & Doudy Draw TSA OSMPTrails andTrailhead Projects in WestTSA Total: On-Going Projects Acquisi[ion Pmgam Mineral R~gh[s Acquisi[ion Visi[or InfrasVUCmre Wa[er Righ[s Acquisition Total: 170,000 0 0 0 0 0 170,000 190,000 0 0 0 0 0 190,000 360,000 0 0 0 0 0 360,000 3,400,000 3,400,000 3,400,000 3,400,000 3,400,000 3,400,000 20,400,000 100.000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 600,000 90,000 450,000 450,000 450,000 450,000 450,000 2,340,000 30,000 200,000 200,000 200,000 200,000 200,000 1,030,000 3,620,000 4,150,000 4,150,000 4,150,000 4,150,000 4,150,000 24,370,000 Total for Open Space Fund 3,980,000 4,150,000 4,150,000 4,150,000 4,150,000 4,150,000 24,730,000 1 ~ 1 1 E ^ ~ ! I M I 1 M ^ f ~ I ^ Pa~" ~~ ~ ~ [ ~ E ~ ! ~ i ~ ~ ! 1 ~1 ! ! ! 1 t~ r 3 r~ r~ ~~ ~ i i z t~ r ~ ~ ~ r f ~ r t~ r ~ r ~ ~ i ~~ t~ i~ 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Parks & Recreation 1995 Ballot oz-/ut-o~ 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Total Recommended Projected Projected Projected Projected Projected Existing Facility - Enhancements / Upgrades Recreation CenreNPool Improvements .25 Sales Tax 250,000 150,000 I50,000 0 100,000 650,000 1,300,0~0 Total: 250,000 150,000 150,000 0 100,000 650,000 1,300,000 Ezisting Facility - Rehab / Repair / Deticiency Correction Iris Parking 75,000 0 D 0 0 0 75,000 Total: 75,000 0 0 0 0 0 75,000 New Construction • Growth Related Facility / Additions Dako[a Ridge Pceket Park 400,000 0 0 0 0 0 400,000 Total: 400,000 0 0 0 0 0 400,000 New Construction - Not Growth Related Mesa Memorial Pocket Park 0 350,000 200,000 0 0 0 550,000 Elks Neighborhood Park 0 0 800,000 I,000,000 1,200,000 200,000 3,200,000 Hickory Pocket Park 0 0 200,000 0 0 0 204000 Lighting Ordinance Compliance 0 0 0 0 0 330,000 330,000 Total: 0 350,000 1,200,000 1,000,000 1,200,000 530,000 4,280,000 On-Going Projec[s UnanticiparedOppormnities 150,000 250,000 100,000 100,000 0 100,000 700,000 Total: I50,000 250,000 100,000 100,000 0 100,000 700,000 Page 254 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Parks & Recreation 1995 Ballot oz-rut-o~ 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Total Recommended Projected Projected Projected Projec[ed Projected Total for Parks & Recreation 1995 Ballot 875,000 750,000 1,450,000 1,100,000 1,300,000 1,280,000 6,755,000 ~~ r~r ~~ ~ ~ r~ ~~ ~ e ~ a f~ Pat "~t r i~ r~ f ~ ~ s r r ~~ r~ r~ ~^ f d 1 i f 1 1 1 [ 1 [ 1 I 1 1 1 [ 1 E I t t I 1 f 1 t I I 1 f 1 t t t 1 f i 20U2f-L013 l;apitai lmprovements Yrogram Permanent Parks & Recreation Fund 02-Ju1-07 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Total Recommended Projected Projected Projected Projected Projected Existing Facility - Enhancements / Upgrades Flatirons Golf Course Improvements PP&R I50,000 100.000 100,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 500,000 Recreation Facility Improvement PP&R 0 0 0 700,000 0 0 700,000 Total: 150,000 100,000 100,000 750,000 50,000 50,000 1,200,000 Existing Facili[y • Rehab / Repair / Deficiency Correction Boulder Reservoir Improvements 220,000 250,000 150,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 770,000 Harlow Platts Park 135,000 0 0 0 0 0 135,000 Wonderland l~ke Park 100,000 228,000 0 0 0 0 328,000 Total: 455,000 478,000 150,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 1,233,000 New Construction - Growth Related Facility / Additions East Boulder Community Park PP&R 470,000 650,000 500.000 300,D00 0 0 1,920,000 foothills Community Park- PP&R 125,000 500,000 500,000 0 0 500,000 I,G25,000 Total: 595,000 1,150,000 1,000,000 300,000 0 500,000 3,545,000 New Construction - Not Growth Related VioletNeighborhoodPark ]00,000 0 0 0 800,000 700,000 1,600,000 Total: 100,000 0 0 0 800,000 700,000 1,600,000 On-Going Projects Unan[icipated Opportunities - PP&R ]00,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 G00,000 Total: 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 600,000 Page 256 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Permanent Parks & Recreation Fund oz-/ut-o~ 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Total Recommended Projected Projected Projected Projected Projected Total for Permanent Parks & Recreation Fund 1,400,000 1,828,000 1,350,000 1,200,000 1,000,000 1,400,000 S,17S,000 I i t~ 1 l E 1 1! 1~ 1 1 1~ i i P~' ~~ 1~ t ti i! !! !~ 1 i i/ [~ f i r~ t~ f~ r ~ ~~ r~ ~ t ~ a ~ ~~~ ~ i r t e ~ e~ r r ~~ r ~ e~ ~~ ~v0a-2Gi3 ~apiiai improvemenis rrogram Stormwater & Flood Management Utility Fund oz-/ut-o~ 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Total Recommended Projected Projected Projected Projected Projected Existing Facility - Enhancemen[s / Upgrades Boulder Creek I00,000 0 0 0 0 0 100,000 ElmersTwo-mileCreek 5,251,000 0 0 0 0 0 5,251,000 Fourmile Canyon Creek 232,500 250,000 250,000 250,000 250,000 250,000 1,482,500 SouthBoulderCreek ISQ000 300,000 3,000,000 0 0 0 3,450,000 Stormwarer Qualiry Improvements 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 300,000 Transportation Related Stormwater Improvemenls 250,000 250,000 250,000 250,000 250,000 250,000 I,500,000 Tributary Greenways Rogram - Srormwater & Flood 150,000 I50,000 I50,000 150,000 I50,000 0 750.000 Wonderland Creek 232,5~0 250,000 250,000 500,000 500,000 500,000 2,232,500 Yards Muter Plan Implemenla[ion Qand acquisi[iort) - Stormwater I 10,000 0 0 0 0 0 110,000 Broadway Storm Sewer 0 300,000 0 0 0 0 300,000 Mapleton Hill Drainage 0 0 50,000 250,000 250,000 0 550,000 Upper Goose Creek Drainage 0 0 ]00,000 500,000 500,000 500,000 1,600,000 Total: 6,526,000 1,550,000 4,100,000 1,950,000 1,950,000 1,550,000 17,626,000 Existing Facility - Rehab / Repair / Deticiency Correction S[orm Sewer Rehab~litation 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 300,000 Total: 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 300,000 New Construction - Not Growth Related PreFlood Roperty Acquisition 500,000 500,000 500,000 500,000 SOQ000 0 2,500,000 Total: 500,000 500,000 500,000 500,000 500,000 0 2,500,000 Total for Stormwater & Flood Management Utility Fund 7,076,000 2,100,000 4,650,000' 2,500,000 2,500,000 1,600,000 20,426,000 Page 258 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Transportation Development Fund oz-~~<<-o~ 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Total Recommended Projected Projected Projected Projected Projected Existing Facility - Enhancements / Upgrades G3rd St (Lookoutto D~agonap 160.000 0 0 0 0 0 I60,000 28th St (Baseline ro his) 1I 0 400,000 470.000 470,000 A70,000 0 l,81 Q000 Total: 160,000 400,000 470,000 470,000 470,000 0 1,970,000 New Construction - Growth Related Facility / Additions 30th S[ree[ Bike Lanes - Arapahce [o Pead TIP Local Ma[ch/PasTrucks lmplemen[ation 1 TOtal: On-Going Projects Miscellaneous Development Coordinanon Total: 450,000 I50,000 0 0 0 0 G00,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 450,000 150,000 0 0 0 0 600,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 300,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 300,000 Totalfor Transportation Development Fund 660,000 600,000 520,000 520,000 520,000 50,000 2,870,000 ! i !^ i! 1 i ! i ! i E 1 E y ! 1 Pa1~ ~~ i~ 1 1 1 i 1 I [ 1 1 1 E 1 I~ 1 ~ t 1 [ 1 1 1 f 1 f 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 t i 1! 1 1 ! i 1 1 I 1 i 1 1 i 1 1 f! i i 20~8-2013 Capital lmprovements Program Transportation Fund oz-/ut-o~ 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Total Recommended Projected Projected Projected Projected Projected Existing Facility - Enhancements / Upgrades 28th St(BaseGne rolris)[ 1,OI0,000 I,010,000 1,010,000 1,010,000 1,010,000 I,010,000 G,OG0,000 Pearl - 30th Interscetion Improvements 680,000 0 0 0 0 0 680,000 Yards Mas~er Pian Implementation Qand acquisi[ion)-Transportation 427,000 0 0 0 0 0 427,000 Total: 2,117,000 1,O10,U00 1,010,000 1,010,000 1,010,000 1,010,000 7,167,000 Existing Facility - Rehab / Repair / De6ciency Correction Broadway Concrete Reconstruction (Pine to Iris) Canyon & Folsom Intersec[ion Improvements Ciry Yards Fmnfage Site Preparation for Potential Pollm~d Relocation Total: New Construction - Growth Related Facility / Additions 30[h S[ Access [mpr BTV: BWff to Walnut-TR T~ Local Match/FasTracks Implementation II Total: New Construction - Not Growth Related Arapahce Multi-Use Path: Folsom to 30th Transi[ Priority Opera[ional Improvements (Arapahoe) Total: On-Going Projects B~keway Fac~Gties - Enhancements Pedesman Facilities - Repair, Replacemen[, ADA 1,600,000 0 0 0 0 0 1,600,000 328,000 639,000 0 0 0 0 967,000 0 0 125,000 1,100,000 0 0 1.225,000 1,928,000 639,000 125,000 1,100,000 0 0 3,792,000 2,677,000 900,000 0 0 0 0 3,577,000 0 0 9I5,000 915,000 915,000 915,000 3,660,000 2,677,000 900,000 915,000 915,000 915,000 915,000 7,237,000 100,000 1,240,000 0 0 0 0 1,340,000 578,000 1,826,000 0 0 0 0 2,404,000 678,000 3,066,000 0 0 0 0 3,744,000 I25,000 125,000 125,000 125,000 125,000 I25,000 750,000 680,000 680,000 680,000 680,000 680,000 680,000 4,080,000 Page 260 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Transportation Fund u~-~u~-v~ 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Total Recommended Projected Projected Projected Projected Projected PeAestrian Facili[ies Enhancements-Missing Lmks, Cmssing Treatments 75,000 75,000 75,000 75,000 75,000 75,000 450,000 TributaryGreenwaysPm~am-Transportmion 150,000 I50,000 150,000 I50,000 I50,000 IS0,000 900,000 Undergrounding Cost Share Program 1 100,000 100,000 100.000 100,000 IOQ000 100,000 G00,000 Undergroundine Cost Share Roaram II I50,000 150,000 150,000 150,000 150,000 I50,000 900,000 Total: 1,280,000 1,280,000 1,280,000 1,280,000 1,280,000 1,280,000 7,680,000 Total for Transportation Fund 8,680,000 6,895,000 3,330,000 4,305,000 3,205,000 3,205,000 29,620,000 ~ ~ r ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ t ~ E ~ e ~ r ~ P~°'~' i t ~ ~ e : r ~ r a r ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 1 ~ F i t l E 1 1 t I 1 f l f i ( i t i f l f 1 t 1 I 1 f t ! 1 !! 1! f 1 Luut~-LOI"s i;apitai Improvements Yrogram Tributary Greenways oz-~Ut-o~ 2005 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Total Recommended Projected Projected Projected Projected Projected New Construction - Not Growth Related Elmers Two Mile Creek - Goose Creek to Glenwood 195,000 0 0 0 0 0 195,000 Miscellaneous Restoration Projects 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,00~ 50,000 300,000 Pourmile Canyon Creek - 26th to 28th 0 195,000 195,000 0 0 0 390,000 Wondedand Crcek Foothills ro Diagonal 0 0 0 195,000 195,000 195,000 585,000 Total: 245,000 245,000 245,000 245,000 245,000 245,000 1,470,000 On-Going Projects Mainttnanceand Weed Control 100,000 100,000 t00,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 G00,000 M~scellaneous - Greenways Operating 105,000 105,000 105,000 105,000 105,000 105,000 630,000 Total: 205,000 205,000 205,000 205,000 205,000 205,000 1,230,000 Total for Tributary Greenways 450,000 450,000 450,000 450,000 450,000 450,000 2,700,000 Page 262 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Wastewater Utility Fund o2-rUt-o~ 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Total Recommended Projected Projected Projected Projec[ed Projected Existing Facility - Enhancements / Upgrades Yards Master Plan Implemenmtion (land acquisilion) - Was[ewater 110,000 0 0 0 0 0 110,000 TOtal: 110,000 0 0 0 0 0 110,000 Existing Facility - Rehab / Repair / DePiciency Correction SanitarySewers 550,000 550,000 '750,000 825,000 900,000 975,000 4,550,000 Sewer Manholes 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100.000 100,000 600,000 WW'fPCogrneration 0 75,000 0 0 125,000 0 z00,000 WWTPSecondaryClarifers ' 0 150,000 0 0 0 0 I50,000 Marshall Landfill 0 0 100,000 0 0 0 100,000 WVJTPPUmps 0 0 0 100,000 0 0 I00,000 Collection System Moni[oring 0 0 0 0 150,000 0 150,000 WWTP Digester Cleaning 0 0 0 0 U0,000 0 I50,000 WWTPPtimaryClarifiers 0 0 0 0 300,000 0 300,000 WWTPEIec[rical 0 0 0 0 0 100,000 100,000 Total: 650,000 875,000 950,000 1,025,000 1,725,000 1,195,000 6,400,000 New Construction - Growth Related Facility / Additions 75th Street W WTP Solar Project 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 WWTP Biosolids Digester 50,000 600,000 G,000,000 0 0 0 G,G50,000 Total: 50,001 600,000 6,000,000 0 0 0 6,650,001 New Construction - Not Growth Related WWTP Permi[ Improvemen[s zoo,aoo i,ooo.ooo io,ooo,ooo 0 o zoo,ooo i~,aoo,ooo r• ~ ~~ e E~ E~ r ~ ~~ r^ [~ P~t~ ~[ t e~ r^ E~ r~ t a t f r a ~ a f 1 1 t 1 i 1 1 t! 1 1 ! 1 [ i f 1 1 1 f i i ! 1 i t 1 f 1 ! 1 1 1 1 iuua-iui3 i,apiiai improvemenis rrogram Wastewater Utility Fund oz-rua-o~ 2008 Recommended 2009 Projected 2010 2011 Projected Projected 2012 2013 Projec[ed Projected Total Total: 200,000 1,000,000 10,000,000 0 0 200,000 11,400,000 Reconstruction W WTP Biosolids Handling & Dewa[ering Total: 1,200,000 0 0 0 0 0 1,200,000 1,200,000 0 0 0 0 0 1,200,000 Total for Wastewater Utility Fund 2,210,001 2,475,000 16,950,000 1,025,000 1,725,000 1,375,000 25,760,001 1 t 1 Page 264 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Water Utility Fund oz-r~<<-o~ 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Total Recommended Projected Projec[ed Projected Projected Projected Existing Facility - Enhancements / Llpgrades Yards Mas[er Plan Implemen[a[ion Qand acquisition) - Wa[er Sunshine Transmission Pipe Pead Street Hydro/PRV Station Instream Flow Svucmres and Gaging Zone I Transmission Facili[ies Total: Existing Facility - Rehab / Repair / Deficiency Correction Barker Gravity Pipeline Barker Relicensing Be[asso WTP Ca[hoAic Protection Chau[auqua Storage Tank Distribu[ion $ystem Wa[er Quahry L~kewood Pipeline Water Sys[em Securiry Upgrades Waredme Replacement Zone 2 Transmission Facihues Betasso to Orodell Tranmission Pipe Source WaterTransmission System InspecUOns Zone 3 Transmission Facili~es Barker Hydro System In[egration Betasso Srorage Tank Boulder Canyon Transmission P~pe - Orodell to Fourmile Green Lake 2 Dam 225,000 0 0 0 0 0 225,000 0 200,000 800,000 0 0 0 1,000,000 0 0 200,000 0 0 0 200,000 0 0 0 50,000 0 0 50,000 0 0 0 0 0 500,000 500,000 225,000 200,000 1,000,000 50,000 0 500,000 1,975,000 750,000 I,000,000 1,000,000 I,000,000 I,000,000 1,000,000 5,750,000 1,800,000 I,000,000 0 0 0 0 2,800,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 500,000 5,000,000 0 5,800,000 ioo,ooo ioo,ooo 0 0 0 o zao,ooo 500,000 0 0 0 0 0 500,000 150,000 IS0,000 150,000 I50,000 I50,000 I50,000 900,000 100,000 2,100,000 0 0 3,000,000 0 5,200,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 600,000 3,000,000 3,000,000 3,000,000 3,500,000 3,500,000 3,500,000 19,500,000 500,000 0 0 0 0 0 500,000 0 50,000 200,000 0 0 0 250,000 0 80,000 0 0 80,000 0 IG0,000 0 500,000 0 0 0 0 500,000 0 0 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 200,000 0 0 250,000 0 0 0 250,000 0 0 50,000 500,000 0 0 550,000 0 0 I00,000 I,000,000 0 0 1,100,000 ! ~ E ^ 1 ~ ! ! 1 1 1 1 ! / 1 1 ! 1 P~~ ~~ i ~ 1 ~ I 1 ! ! ! ~ E ~ i I 1 ~ ! ! f f i t f 1 t 1 f i [ 1 1 i t 1 1 1 [ i t 1 f 1 [ i t 1 1 I [ 1 1 1 I 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program Water Utility Fund oz-r«<-o~ 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Total Recommended Projected Projected Projected Projected Projected Lakewood Reservoir Dam 0 0 0 250,000 0 0 250,000 Albion Dam 0 0 0 0 I50,000 0 I50,000 Boulder Ruervoir Storage Tank 0 0 0 0 0 I00,000 100,000 Total: 7,100,000 8,180,000 5,000,000 7,050,000 13,030,000 4,900,000 45,260,000 New Construction - Growth Related Facility / Additions Bouider Reservoir WTP Cherryvale Pump Sta[ion Iri5 Pump Stauon Boulder Reservoir Intake and Pumping Improvemen[s TotaL• New Construction - Not Growth Related NCWCD Conveyance - Carter Lake Pipeline Total: 300,000 3,000,000 0 0 0 0 3,300,000 so,ooo soo,ooo 0 0 0 o sso,ooo 100,000 1,000,000 0 0 0 0 l,100,000 0 100,000 0 0 0 0 100,000 450,000 4,600,000 0 0 0 0 5,050,000 1,000,000 25,000,000 0 0 0 0 26,000,000 1,000,000 25,000,000 0 0 0 0 26,000,000 Total for Water Utility Fund 8,775,000 37,980,000 6,000,000 7,100,000 13,030,000 5,400,000 75,285,000 Grand Total for all Funding Sources: 42,614,579 59,932,000 41,640,000 25,129,000 29,326,000 21,364,578 220,006,157 1 f i Page 266 ~ ~ ., ~ ATTACHMENT F PROJECTS RECOMMENDED FOR A •- COMMUNITY AND ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT PROCESS (CEAP) ~ The following capital improvement projects proposed for funding in the 2008-2013 CiP are " recommended to complete a Community and Environmental Assessment. v CEAP findings are submitted by departments to their respective advisory board for review as part of ^ CIP project approval, and City Council has the opportunity to call up projects for their review and ~ approval. (For those departments that do not have an advisory boud, Planning Board is responsible for reviewing CEAP findings as part of project approval.) Many of these projects have either ~ completed a CEAP or have been previously recommended to complete one. .. ,,, Parks and Recreation Deaartment Recreation Center / Pool Improvements * ` East Boulder Community Park (for final phase*) .... Elks Neighborhood Park (in conjunction with Fourmile Canyon Creek Flood Mitigation) Violet Neighborhood Pazk (in conjunction with Fourmile Canyon Creek Flood Mitigation) ~ Boulder Reservoir Improvements * ~ Public Works Department Stormwater and F1ood Management Utility Division "' Wonderland Creek Flood Mitigation ,,, South Boulder Creek Flood Mitigation Improvements Fourmile Canyon Creek Flood Mitigation Improvements " Elmer's Two Mile Creek Flood Mitigation Improvements (CEAP Completed 2003) ... Upper Goose Creek Drainage Improvements ~' Transportation Division -• 28~` Street (Pearl to Iris) Pedestrian Crossing Improvements (CEAP completed 2002) 28th Street (Baseline to Iris/Diagonal) (completed for the south section: Arapahoe to ~ Baseline 2001 and north section: Pearl to Iris/Diagonal 2002) r ,., Tributary Greenways Fournule: 26`" Street to 28`~ Street " Wonderland Creek: Foothills to Diagonal ... Elmers Two Mile Creek: Goose Creek to Glenwood (CEAP Completed 2004) .. Wastewater Utility Division # Wastewater Treatment Plant Biosolids Digester ,~ Wastewater Treatment Plant Permit Improvements "' Water Utility Division .. Cherryvale Pump Station (CEAP Completed 2004) Iris Pump Station (CEAP Completed 2004) ~ ~ Pano ~f.7 ~ .~ . Lakewood Pipeline Rehabilitation „ Northem Colorado Water Conservancy District (NCWCD) Conveyance Improvements w ~~li *As the scope of work is defined the necessiry of a CEAP or other public review will be determined. ~ ~ D~nn 98A • W ~ ~ ~ W ~ ~IM ~ W ~ ~ ~ ` ~ ~ ~ i ~ ~ i YIr ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ` ~ ~ ~ .. ~ .. ~ ~ .. r ~ ~ ~ ~ .~ ~ ~ ~ ~ r ~ ~ r r ~ ~ .. r .. ~ .. ATTACHMENT G PROJECTS SUGGESTED FOR DESIGN REVIEW The purpose of the review is to scrutinize city projects for opportunities to provide higher quality improvements in the public realm - projects with a`public face'. The projects listed here have been identified as projects that should have some review and consideration about design issues and would not otherwise undergo a CEAP, or a CEAP may be required but he projects have specific design issues and should be reviewed by the Downtown Design Advisory Board (DDAB), the Landmazks Preservation Advisory Board (LPAB), Planning Board or staff. Design review of these projects should be coordinated between the primary city departments listed below and the planning department. Recommended for Desi n Review Not Recommended for Desi n Review PROJECTS THAT WILL HAVE EXTERIOR CHANGES Parks & Recreation East Boulder Communit Park Yes* Foothills Community Park Yes* Nei hborhood/Pocket Pazk Develo ment Yes* General Fund Rec cle Row Yes~ PW/ Facilities & Asset Mana ement Mustazd's Storefront & ADA Improvements DDAB review complete Main Library Plaza Maintenance DDAB, Planning Staff Construct / Purchase a General Storage Facilit (at the City Yards) DDAB, Planning Staff Public Plaza S ace Yes* Construct Fire Training Center DDAB, Planning Staff, Plannin Board Stazio Tinsile Canopy Fabric Replacement Project entails only replacement of existin fabric North Boulder Pazk Shelter Re air Exterior aint onl Martin Park Shelter Major Maintenance Exterior aint onl West Senior Center Maintenance Exterior aint onl PW/ Water Utilit Chautau ua Stora e Tank Rehabilitation Chan es to roof only. Boulder Reservoir WTP Ex ansion/Im rovements Depends on extent of exterior changes. Cherryvale Pump Station Depends on extent of exterior changes. Iris Pum Station De ends on extent of o~,.e oao exterior chan es. PROJECTS WITH POSSIBLE EXTERIOR CHANGES Parks & Recreation Recreation Center/Pool Improvements Depends on extent of exterior chan es. Fla[iron Golf Course Improvements Depends on extent of exterior chan es. PW/ Facilities & Asset Mana ement Municipal Facilities (miscellaneous ro'ects not et defined) Depends on extent of exterior chan es. *Review process may include staff, Planning Board or other relevant advisory board depending on the specific project and magnitude of improvements. o~..o ~~n f ~ r~ ~~ r 1 ~: ~ ~ r~~~ ~; e ~ i a-~ r~ f i~~~~ ~~ E~ t~ 2008-2013 Capital Improvements Program oz-rur-o~ Map # Project Name 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Total Projected Projected Projected Projected Projected Projected Area III 21 H'W'rP Pumps 0 0 0 100,000 0 0 100,000 23 WH'TPPermttlmprovemen~s 200,000 ],000,000 10,000,000 0 0 200,000 11,400,000 24 W WTP Diga[u Cleaning 0 0 0 0 I50,000 0 I50,000 29 WWTPSeco~daryClarifie~s 0 I50,000 0 0 0 0 I50,000 30 Marshall Landfili 0 0 100,000 0 0 0 100,000 31 ~'W'CPBiosolidsHandling&Dewatering 1,200,000 0 0 0 0 0 1,200,000 32 75th Street W WTP Solar Project I 0 0 0 0 0 1 34 WWTPPrimaryClarifiers 0 0 0 0 300,000 0 300,000 112 ConsVUCI Fire Tmming Faciliry 3,G00,000 0 0 0 0 0 3,G00,000 Total for Area III 5,000,001 1,150,000 10,100,000 100,000 450,000 200,000 17,000,001 Central Boulder 13 Mapleton Hill Drainage 0 0 50,000 250,000 250,000 0 550,000 14 Upper Goose Creek Drainage 0 0 I00,000 500,000 500,000 500,000 1,600,000 46 Chautauqua Srorage Tank 500,000 0 0 0 0 0 500,000 47 Pead SVeet Hydro/PRV Station 0 0 200,000 0 0 0 200,000 68 Broadway Concrete Reconstmcuon (Pine to Ins) 1,600.000 0 0 0 0 0 I,600,000 91 North BoWder Park Shelter Repair 0 120,000 0 0 0 0 120,000 94 Main Library Elec[rical System Maintenance 0 0 220,000 0 0 0 220,000 96 Main Library Roof Replacement 511,000 0 0 0 0 0 511,000 9g Main Library Carpet Repiacement 0 0 350,000 0 0 0 350,000 Page 2~1 Map # Project Name 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Total Projected Projected Projected Projected Projected Projected 99 Casey Middle Schoollmprovemen[s 301 Wes[ Senior Center Maintenance & Rehab 102 Main[enance of Spmce Pool Locker Rooms 105 Mus~ard's Storefron[ & ADA Improvements 309 Rewns[mct Main Library North Plaza ll0 BMOCA Elevator & ADA Improvements CAGID Major Renovation Projec[s Total for Central Boulder 1,600,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 828,000 0 0 I52,000 0 0 0 28,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 147,000 0 0 122,000 0 0 0 0 1,300,000 I,300,000 I,300,000 Z50,000 Z50,000 250,000 5,739,000 1,542,000 2,372,000 1,000,000 1,147,000 1,578,000 1,800,000 828,000 I52,000 28,000 147,000 I22,000 4,650,000 13,375,000 Crossroads 19 Elmer's Two-rsule Creek 41 Iris Pump Stadon 66 30th Stree[ Bike Lanes - Arapahce ro Pearl 72 30th St Access Impr BTV: Bluff to Walnut-TR 73 P~d - 30[h In~ersecuon Improvemenfs 74 ~pahce Multi-0se Path: Folsom to 301h 75 Canyon .@ Folsom Interseclion Improvements Sl Elmers Two M~le Creek - Goose Creek to Glenwood SS V/onderland Creek Foothills to Diagonal 93 Fire Smtion #3 Major Maintenance 106 Maintenance of Scot[ Carpenter Pool Locker Rooms Total for Crossroads East Boulder 64 City Yards Fmnmge Site Prepara[ion for Potential Pollard Reloca[ion 5,251,000 0 0 0 0 0 5,251,000 100,000 I,000,000 0 0 0 0 1,100,000 450,000 150,000 0 0 0 0 G00,000 2,677,000 900,000 0 0 0 0 3,577,000 G80,000 0 0 0 0 0 G80,000 ]00,000 1,240.000 0 0 0 0 1,340,000 328,000 639,000 0 0 0 0 967,000 195,000 0 0 0 0 0 195,000 0 0 0 195,000 195,000 195,000 585,000 0 0 0 514,000 0 0 514,000 0 0 0 395,000 0 0 395,000 9,751,000 3,929,000 0 1,104,000 195,000 195,000 15,204,000 0 0 125,000 I,100,000 0 0 1,225,000 1 1 F l !! I^ / i !! 1 t 1! I^ P~-'~ f 1 !! !# t 1 t i ! i {# ! l 1 l t t r i r~ t~ ~ t~~ t~~ ~ r~ [~ t ~~~ ~~ ~ ~ r a ~~ ~ ~~ ~ Map # Project Name 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Total Projected Projected Projected Projected Projected Projected 7g Rehabili[ate Eas[ Aircraft Parking Apron 631,578 0 0 0 0 0 63I,578 79 FAA Entitlemen[ Funded Maintenance 2013 0 0 0 0 0 631,578 631,5~8 9Z Recycle Row- Roadway and U[ility Infrastruc[ure Improvements I50,000 0 0 0 0 0 150,000 100 Conshuct/ Purchase a General Storage Facihty 0 0 0 830,000 0 0 830,000 107 StazioTinsileCanopyCoveringReplacement 0 132,000 0 0 0 0 I32,000 Fleet Services Roof Replacement 0 130,000 0 0 0 0 130,000 Yards Mas[er Plan Implementa[ion (fand acquisi[ion) - Was[ewa[er I 10,000 0 0 0 0 0 110,000 Yards Masfu Plan Implementa[ion (land acquisi[ion) - Watu' 225,000 0 0 0 0 0 225,000 Yards Master Plan Implemen[a[ion Qand acquisition)-Transpotta[ion 427,000 0 0 0 0 0 427,000 Total for East Boulder 1,543,578 262,000 125,000 1,930,000 0 631,575 4,492,156 Gunbarrel 43 Boulder Ruervoir WTP 300,000 3,000,000 0 0 0 0 3,300,000 50 BoulduReservoirSWrageTank 0 0 0 0 0 100,000 100,000 51 Boulder Reservoir In~ake and Pumping ]mprovemen[s 0 ]00,000 0 0 0 0 100,000 65 63rd St (Lookou[ ro Diagonal) 160,000 0 0 0 0 0 I60,000 lll Maintenance of Boulder Reservoir Security House 0 0 0 50,000 0 0 50,000 Total for Gunbarrel 460,000 3,100,000 0 50,000 0 100,000 3,710,000 Multiple Subcommunities 12 Wonderland Creek 232,500 250,000 250,000 500,000 500,000 SOQ000 2,232,500 15 South Boulder Creek 150,000 300,000 3,000,000 0 0 0 3,450,000 17 BoulderCreek l00,000 0 0 0 0 0 100,000 69 28th St(Baselineto Iris)1 1,010,000 1,010,000 I,010,000 1,010,000 I,O10,000 1.010,000 6,060,000 G9 28th St (Baseline ro Iris) ^ 0 400,000 470,000 470,000 470,000 0 I,810,000 ~ ~ Page 273 Map # Project Name 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Total Projected Projected Projected Projected Projected Projected 76 Transit Priority Operationul Improvements (Arapahce) 578,000 1,82G,000 0 0 0 0 2,404,000 B~keway FaciGties - Enhancements 125,000 125,000 I25,000 125,000 (25,000 125,000 750,000 Cathodic Protection 100,000 100,000 0 0 0 0 200,000 Miscellaneous Deveiopmen~ Coordination 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 300,000 Pedestrian Facilities - Repnir, Replacement, ADA G80,000 680,000 G80,000 G80,000 680,000 680,000 4,080,000 Pedeslrian Facilities Enhancemenis-Missing Links, Crossing Treatments 75,000 75,000 75,000 75,000 75,000 75,000 450,400 S[orm Sewer Rehabilitation 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 300,000 Tnbutary Greenways Progam - Lottery 150,000 150,000 I50,000 150,000 I50,000 I50,000 900,000 Tributary Greenways Progam - Transportanon I50,000 IS0,000 I50,000 I50,000 I50,000 150,000 900,000 Zone 1 7Yansmission Faciti[ies 0 0 0 0 0 500,000 500,000 Total for Multiple 5ubcommunities 3,450,500 5,166,000 6,010,000 3,260,000 3,260,000 3,290,000 24,436,500 North Boulder 1 Dakota Ridge Pocket Park 400,000 0 0 0 0 0 400,000 1 Dakota 2idge Pockel Park - Lottery 200,000 0 0 0 0 0 200,000 2 Wonduland lake Park 100,000 228,000 0 0 0 0 328,000 6 Foo[hills Community Park- PP&R 125,000 500,000 500,000 0 0 500,000 1,625,000 g Elks Neighborhood Park 0 0 800,000 1,000,000 1,200,000 200,000 3.200,000 9 Boulder Reservoir Improvements 220,000 250,000 150,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 770,000 10 VioletNeighborfioalPark 100,000 0 0 0 800,000 700,000 1,G~0,W0 16 Fourmile Canyon Creek 232,500 250,000 250,000 250,000 250,000 250,000 1,482,500 18 Broadway Storm Sewer 0 300,000 0 0 0 0 300,000 86 Fourmile Canyon Creek - 2Gth to 28th 0 195,000 195,000 0 0 0 390,000 303 tris Parking 75,000 0 0 0 0 0 75,000 ~~ ~ i E~ ~ i ~~ f~ ~~ ~ e E~ P~~'iP r^ r~ r~ ~ ~ ~~ r ~ f~ r^ ~~ ~~~ ~ ii r~ i~ c~ ~~ ~;~~ ~~ i ~ r~ ~~ ~ i ~ ~ ~~ ~~ r~ ~i Map # Project Name 2008 Projected 2009 Projected 2010 Projected 2011 Projected 2012 Projected 2013 Total Projected Total for North Boulder 1,452,500 1,723,000 1,895,000 1,300,000 2,300,000 1,700,000 10,370,500 Outside Planning Area q2 Betasso Storage Tank 45 NCWCD Conveyance - Carter Lake Pipeline 49 Betasso WTP Albion Dam Barker Grnvity Pipeline Betasso [o Orodell Tranmission Pipe Lakewood Pipeline Lakewood Reservoir Dam Sunshine Transmission Pipe Total for Ou[side P[anning Area 0 0 250,000 0 0 0 1,000,000 25,OOO,WO 0 0 0 0 100,000 100,000 100,000 500,000 5,000,000 0 0 0 0 0 150,000 0 750,000 1,000,000 1,000,000 1,000,000 I,000,000 1,000,000 0 50,000 200,000 0 0 0 100,000 2,100,000 0 0 3,000,000 0 0 0 0 250,000 0 0 0 200,000 800,000 0 0 0 1,950,000 Z8,450,000 2,350,000 1,750,000 9,150,000 1,000,000 250,000 26,OOQ000 5,800,000 150,000 s,~so,ooo 250,000 5,200,000 250,000 1,000,000 44,650,000 South Boulder 3 Mesa Memorial Pceke[ Park 7 H~ckory Pocket Park 11 Harlow Platts Park 97 Martin Park Sheker Major Mainrenance 104 Fre Stabon #4 Major Maintenance lOS Tantra Park Shop Main[enance Totalfor South Boulder Southeast Boulder q East Boulder Community Park PP&R 5 F7atirons Golf Course Improvemen[s PP&R 0 350,000 200,000 0 0 0 550,000 0 0 200,000 0 0 0 200,000 135,000 0 0 0 0 0 135,000 0 0 0 0 1G9,000 0 1G9,000 0 135,000 0 0 0 0 135,000 0 0 0 0 137,000 0 137,000 135,000 485,000 400,000 0 306,000 0 1,326,000 470,000 650,000 500,000 300,000 0 0 1,920,000 I50,000 100,000 100,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 500,000 Page 275 Map # Project Name 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Total Projected Projected Projected Projected Projected Projected qg Chertyvale Pump Slation 50,000 500,000 0 0 0 0 550,000 Total for Southeast Boulder 670,000 1,250,000 600,000 350,000 50,000 50,000 2,970,000 System-wide Zg WWTP Biosolids Digesrer 50,000 600,000 6,000,000 0 0 0 G,G50,000 25 WWTPCogeneration 0 75,000 0 0 125,000 0 200,000 2g WW7'PElectrical 0 0 0 0 0 100,000 100,000 131 OSMP New Trails Eldo Mt & Doudy Draw TSA 170,000 0 0 0 0 0 170,000 132 OSMPTrailsandTra~IheadRojectsinWestTSA 190,000 0 0 0 0 0 190,000 Acqu~sition Progrnm 3,400,000 3,400,000 3,400,000 3,400,000 3,400,000 3,400,000 20,400,000 BarkerHydro System In[ee a[ion 0 0 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 200,000 6arker Relicensing 1,800,000 1,000,000 0 0 0 0 2,800,000 Boulder Canyon TYansmission P~pe - Orodell ro Fourmile 0 0 50,000 500,000 0 0 550,000 CollectionSyscemMoni[oring 0 0 0 0 IS0,000 0 IS0,000 Distribulion System Warer Quality 150,000 150,000 150,000 I50,000 150.000 150,000 900,000 Green Iake 2 Dam 0 0 100,000 I,000,000 0 0 I,100,000 Historical Svuctures & Tmils Stabilization & Restoranon 0 475,000 475,000 475,000 475,000 475,000 2,375,000 Insveam Flow Strucmres and Gagmg 0 0 0 50,000 0 0 50,000 Lighting Ordinance Compliance 0 0 0 0 0 330,000 330,000 Mainttnance and Weed Control 100,000 100,000 100,000 100.000 100,000 100,000 600,000 Mineral Righ[s Acquisi[ion I00,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 600,000 Miscellaneous-GreenwaysOperating 105,000 105,000 105,000 105,000 ]05,000 105,000 G30,000 Miscellaneous Facility DET Rojects 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 300,000 Miscellaneous Faciliry Mainrenance Prqects 58,000 G0,000 G3,000 65,000 68,000 70,000 384,000 Miscellaneous Resrora[ion Projec[s 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 300,000 ! f 1 l ! 1 ! ~ ! ~ 1 ~ ! ! t ! / ^ P~' ~ t l f ~ ~ ~ 1 ^ t t f # 1 ! [ ~ [ 1 1 t i ! i 1 1 E 1 t 1 [ 4 t 1 1 1 t i l 1 1! t i { I t 1 1 i t 1 i! f i Map # Project Name 2008 Projected 2009 Projected 2010 Projected 2011 Projected 2012 Projected 2013 Projected Total Municipal Spaces 30,000 30,000 30,000 0 0 0 90,000 ReFlood Property Acquisition 500,000 500,000 500,000 500,000 500,000 0 2,500,000 Recreation Centu/Pool lmprovemen[s 25 Sales Tax 250,000 I50,000 I50,000 0 100.000 650,000 1.300,000 Recrwtion Facility Improvement PP&R 0 0 0 700,000 0 0 700,000 Sanitary Sewers 550,000 550,000 750,000 825,000 900,000 975,000 4,550,000 Sewer Manholes 100,000 100,000 I00,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 600,000 Source Water Transmission System Inspec[ions 0 80,000 0 0 80,000 0 160,000 Stormwarer Qualiry Improvements 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 300,000 TIP Local Match/FasTracks Implementation I ~ 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 'I7P Local Match/FasTracks Implementation 11 0 0 915,000 9I5,000 915,000 915.000 3,660,000 Transportation Rela[ed Stamwaier Improvements 250,000 250,000 250,000 250,000 25q000 250,OOD 1,500,000 Tributary Greenways Proe am - Srormwater & Flood 150,000 I50,000 I50,000 150,000 I50,000 0 750,000 Unanticipaced Opponunities 150,000 250,000 100,000 100,000 0 100,000 700,000 Unanacipated Opportunitiu - PP&R 100,000 ]00,000 100,000 100,000 ]00,000 100,000 G00,000 Undergroundine Cost Share Program 1 ]00,000 ]00,000 (00,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 600,000 Undergrounding Cost Share Program ll 150,000 150,000 I50,000 I50,000 150,000 150,000 900,000 VisrcorlnfrastrucNre 90,000 450,000 450,000 450,000 450,000 450,OD0 2,340,000 Wa[er Rights Acquisition 30,000 200,000 200,000 200,000 200,000 200,000 1,030,000 Warer System Securiry Upgrades 100.000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 G00,000 WatertineReplacement 3,000,000 3,000,000 3,000,~00 3,50Q0~0 3,S~OA00 3,SWA00 19.5~~,~00 Yards Master Plan Implemenm[ion (land acqwvUOn) - Smrmwa[er I 10,000 0 0 0 0 0 110,000 Zone 2 Transmission Facilities 500,000 0 0 0 0 D 500,000 Zone 3 Transmission Facilities 0 500,000 0 0 0 0 500,000 Total for System-wide 12,433,000 12,875,000 17,788,000 14,285,000 12,468,000 12,620,000 82,469,000 Page 277 Map # Project Name 2005 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Total Projected Projected Projected Projected Projected Projected Grand Total: 42,614,579 59,932,000 41,640,000 25,129,000 29,326,000 21,364,578 220,006,157 ~~ t~ r ~ r~ [~ ~' t s t i [~ P~"'~ ~' ~^ E~ t ~ r ~ i^ E~ r ~ R ~