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FY2011 Adopted Budget and FY2011-FY2013 Financial Plan'i a- FY2011 BUDGET & FY2011-2013 FINANCIAL PLAN for the City of Iowa City City of Iowa City Adopted Budget for the Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 2011 & FY2010 - 2014 Capital Improvements Program (CIP) City Council: Dale Helling Kevin O'Malley Management Analyst Administrative Secretary Leigh Lewis Cynthia Ambrose Budget Analyst Deb Mansfield Interim City Manager Finance Director Matt Hayek Mayor At-Large Connie Champion District B Susan Mims At-Large Mike Wright At-Large Regenia D. Bailey District C Ross Wilburn District A Terry Dickens At-Large APPRECIATION This financial plan includes the ideas and recommendations of many citizens, the City Council and City staff. During the year many suggestions are received from citizens in the City Council hearings and informal contacts. The major impact of the City Council upon this financial plan is in the priorities and programs adopted by the City Council during the current year. While other departments were intensely involved in the preparation of this financial plan, most of the credit for this document goes to the members of the Finance Department. Particular gratitude is expressed to the City Manager, Finance Director, Budget/Management Analyst, Finance Management Analyst, Finance Administrative Secretary, Document Services Center and Information Technology Services. While we surely appreciate all contributions to this budget, it must be remembered that the real thanks must go to the City employees, who, on a daily basis, transform this document into the City’s program of services. CITY OF IOWA CITY Adopted Budget for the Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 2011 and the FY2011 – 2013 Financial Plan TABLE OF CONTENTS PAGE CITY MANAGER’S LETTER ............................................................................................................ 1 FINANCIAL PLAN OVERVIEW ........................................................................................................ 3 ORGANIZATIONAL CHART ............................................................................................................ 4 FINANCIAL AND FISCAL POLICIES ............................................................................................... 5 SUMMARIES AND CHARTS: Financial Plan Analysis ............................................................................................................... 13 Property Tax ......................................................................................................................... 13 General Fund Revenue ........................................................................................................ 17 General Fund Summaries..................................................................................................... 21 General Fund Expenditures.................................................................................................. 22 General Fund Year-end Cash Balance ................................................................................ 26 Special Revenue Funds………………………………………………………………………...... 27 TIF – Special Revenue Funds.............................................................................................. 28 Debt Service Fund................................................................................................................ 28 Business Type Funds ........................................................................................................... 30 Internal Service Funds.......................................................................................................... 31 Transfers-In................................................................................................................................. 32 Transfers-Out .............................................................................................................................. 35 FY2011 Additional Position Requests......................................................................................... 38 Personnel Listing by Department Full-Time Equivalents............................................................ 39 PUBLIC SAFETY: Police Department: Summary............................................................................................................................... 41 Administration....................................................................................................................... 42 Patrol..................................................................................................................................... 43 Criminal Investigation ........................................................................................................... 44 Records................................................................................................................................. 44 Contracted Services ............................................................................................................. 45 ICPD Forfeitures................................................................................................................... 45 Crossing Guards................................................................................................................... 45 Crime Prevention.................................................................................................................. 46 TIPS...................................................................................................................................... 46 Emergency Communications & JECC.................................................................................. 47 Grants………………………………………………………………………………………………… 48 Fire Department Summary............................................................................................................................... 49 Equipment Replacement Reserve........................................................................................ 49 Housing & Inspection Services: Administration....................................................................................................................... 50 Housing Inspection ............................................................................................................... 51 Building Inspection................................................................................................................ 52 Animal Services........................................................................................................................... 53 Deer Control................................................................................................................................ 53 Flood Recovery & Hazard Mitigation........................................................................................... 54 PUBLIC WORKS: Public Works Administration ....................................................................................................... 55 Engineering ................................................................................................................................. 55 Road Use Tax (RUT)................................................................................................................... 56 Public Transit............................................................................................................................... 57 Energy Conservation................................................................................................................... 58 CULTURE AND RECREATION: Library: Operations ............................................................................................................................ 59 Replacement Reserves………………………………………………………………………... ... 60 Reimbursables & Escrows.................................................................................................... 61 Parks & Recreation: Administration...................................................................................................................... 62 Parks.................................................................................................................................... 63 Recreation............................................................................................................................ 64 Forestry................................................................................................................................ 65 CBD Maintenance................................................................................................................ 66 Cemetery ............................................................................................................................. 67 Government Buildings ......................................................................................................... 68 Senior Center .............................................................................................................................. 69 Senior Center Gift Fund........................................................................................................ 70 New Horizons Band.............................................................................................................. 70 COMMUNITY AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT: Planning and Community Development: PCD Administration .............................................................................................................. 71 Urban Planning..................................................................................................................... 71 Neighborhood Services ........................................................................................................ 72 Public Art............................................................................................................................... 72 Community Development Non-Grant Activity....................................................................... 73 Economic Development........................................................................................................ 74 G.R.I.P. – General Rehabilitation and Improvement Program ............................................. 75 Peninsula Apartments........................................................................................................... 75 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) - Metro Entitlement.................................... 76 H.O.M.E. Program ................................................................................................................ 76 Tax Increment Financing Districts (TIF) ............................................................................... 77 Johnson County Council of Governments (JCCOG): JCCOG Summary .......................................................................................................... 78 Administration................................................................................................................. 79 Human Services Planning.............................................................................................. 79 Rural Community Assistance......................................................................................... 80 Transportation Planning ................................................................................................. 80 GENERAL GOVERNMENT: City Council ................................................................................................................................. 81 City Manager ............................................................................................................................... 81 City Clerk..................................................................................................................................... 82 Police Citizens Review Board ..................................................................................................... 82 Personnel .................................................................................................................................... 83 City Attorney................................................................................................................................ 83 Human Rights.............................................................................................................................. 84 Non-Operational Administration.................................................................................................. 85 Aid to Agencies ........................................................................................................................... 86 Community Event & Program Funding........................................................................................ 87 Finance Department: Finance Administration ......................................................................................................... 88 Accounting & Reporting........................................................................................................ 89 Purchasing............................................................................................................................ 89 Revenue................................................................................................................................ 90 Document Services............................................................................................................... 90 Risk Management – Tort Liability ......................................................................................... 91 Employee Benefits ...................................................................................................................... 91 Emergency Levy.......................................................................................................................... 92 DEBT SERVICE: Debt Service................................................................................................................................ 93 BUSINESS TYPE ACTIVITIES (ENTERPRISE FUNDS): Water: Water Operations.................................................................................................................. 95 Water Debt Service............................................................................................................... 96 Wastewater Treatment: Wastewater Treatment Operations....................................................................................... 97 Wastewater Treatment Debt Service.................................................................................... 98 Airport Operations....................................................................................................................... 99 Landfill ........................................................................................................................................ 100 Refuse Collection Operations ..................................................................................................... 101 Broadband Telecommunications................................................................................................. 102 Housing Authority........................................................................................................................ 103 Storm Water Management.......................................................................................................... 104 Parking: Parking Operations............................................................................................................... 105 Parking Debt Service............................................................................................................ 106 NON-PROGRAM FUNDS: Equipment: Fund Summary ..................................................................................................................... 107 General Fleet Maintenance .................................................................................................. 108 Equipment Replacement Reserve........................................................................................ 109 Information Technology Services (ITS): Fund Summary ..................................................................................................................... 110 Risk Management Loss Reserves .............................................................................................. 111 Central Services.......................................................................................................................... 112 Health Insurance Reserve........................................................................................................... 113 Dental Insurance Reserve........................................................................................................... 114 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM (CIP): FY2010– 2014 Program Summary.................................................................................................... C-1 Summary by Category....................................................................................................................... C-2 Recurring Projects ............................................................................................................................. C-19 Projects Scheduled for Completion in FY2010.................................................................................. C-20 Project Summary by Name ............................................................................................................... C-23 Projects by Funding Source – Receipt Detail.................................................................................... C-58 Unfunded Projects FY2015 and Beyond ........................................................................................... C-66 APPENDIX: Preparation of the Financial Plan: Overview............................................................................................................................... A-1 Schedule............................................................................................................................... A-2 Process to Amend ................................................................................................................ A-3 Notice of Public Hearing....................................................................................................... A-4 City Council Resolutions Approving ..................................................................................... A-5 State Forms .......................................................................................................................... A-9 Adoption of Budget and Certification of City Taxes.............................................................. A-14 Summary of All Funds................................................................................................................. A-15 Property Taxes: Taxable Valuations by Class ................................................................................................ A-20 Overlapping Tax Levies for the Iowa City Area.................................................................... A-21 Utility Rates ................................................................................................................................. A-22 Glossary ...................................................................................................................................... A-23 Index by Department................................................................................................................... A-27 OFFICE OF THE CITY MANAGER Dale E. Helling Interim City Manager Kathryn L. Johansen Administrative Assistant to the City Manager 410 E. Washington Street Iowa City, IA 52240 Phone: (319) 356-5010 Fax: (319) 356-5009 May 1,2010 Honorable Mayor and City Council: The budget for FY 2011 includes the addition of six new firefighters as well as three additional fire lieutenants. These positions are necessary to fully staff Fire Station #4, now under construction on the northeast side of the City. The budget also includes the addition of six officers in the Police Department. These positions further reflect Council's priorities for enhancing public safety services to the community. Funding for these 15 new positions comes largely from increased general tax revenue resulting from the early release of TIF income, and from revenue generated by the recently adopted one-percent franchise fee on gas and electric utility charges. Other basic services remain at current levels and no reduction of existing positions is anticipated for FY11. It remains likely that the current economic downturn will continue to negatively affect the City's revenue generating capacity. Property valuations are projected to stay relatively flat, and interest income is expected to remain at approximately 20 — 25% of the average $1.6 million earned annually prior to FY09. Coupled with State policies that limit our options for generating general tax revenue, our ability to expand and sustain General Fund financed services will remain constrained for the foreseeable future. The three-year Financial Plan does not include any new positions beyond the police and fire personnel added in FY11. The FY11 Budget reflects significant funding from federal and state flood relief and economic stimulus capital grants, and from the four-year local option sales tax earmarked for repair and replacement of flood-damaged public infrastructure. The Capital Improvements Program reflects Council's directive to emphasize growth of the City's property tax base. Overall, the program continues to reflect projects that address economic growth and viability through enhancements to transportation systems, public safety, local utilities, and citizen services and quality of life issues. As we have become increasingly constrained in our ability to raise general tax revenue for funding operations, we have increased the use of debt to fund capital purchases that have previously been funded with current cash. Thus, while the general tax levy remains limited, the amount levied to retire debt has increased. Because it has become more difficult to maintain an adequate Capital Improvement Program while limiting the debt levy to 25% of the total tax levy, Council recently increased the percentage cap to 30% beginning in FY12. The FY11 debt service levy continues to adhere to the 25% policy CITY OF IOWA CITY www.icgov.org Dale E. Helling Interim City Manager - 1 - - 2 - FINANCIAL PLAN OVERVIEW This Three-Year Financial Plan is for fiscal years FY2011 through FY2013, which begin July 1 and end June 30. The Financial Plan includes our one-year annual budget, required by Iowa Code, and provides two projection years as a planning tool. The purpose of the overview is to disclose the basis on which the financial plan has been prepared. The role of a government's operating budget differs from that of a private business. Budgets are an important internal planning tool for business, but they also play an external role for governmental entities. A multi-year financial plan informs parties inside and outside government of future objectives and provision of services to its constituents. The three-year plan also permits a more comprehensive review of the City’s financial condition, allowing analysis of current and future needs and requirements. During preparation of the plan, careful review is made of property tax levy rates, utility and user fee requirements, ending cash balances by fund, debt service obligations, bond financing needs, capital outlay for equipment purchases, and major capital improvement projects. This document contains operating budgets for the governmental funds: general, special revenue, debt service, capital project and permanent funds. It also includes business type funds and internal service funds. Budgets are summarized by major revenue and expenditure categories within each division. A separate, multi-year Capital Improvements Program (CIP) shows budgeted revenue and expenditures for FY2010 through FY2014. The cash basis of accounting has been used for preparation of this document. Revenues are recorded when received, not necessarily when they are earned, and expenditures are recorded when paid instead of when they are incurred. The Finance Administration Division monitors actual receipts and expenditures carefully on a line-item basis. Department directors are ultimately responsible for ensuring that the divisions under their control stay within budget. - 3 - Citizens of Iowa City City Attorney City Manager Mayor & City Council Elected Officials Appointed By Council & Mayor Appointed by City Manager Director/ Manager Employed by Board or Commission City Clerk Library Board of Trustees Boards & Commissions Airport Commission Airport Manager Library Director Assistant City Manager Fire Chief Housing & Inspection Services Director Finance Director Parks & Recreation Director Planning & Community Development Director Police Chief Public Works Director Senior Center Coordinator Transportation Services Director Key Broadband Telecomm. Human Rights Human Resources Admin. Accounting Purchasing Document Services Information Training & Technology Equipment Services Revenue Weather Alert Siren System Risk Emergency Mgmt. Management Admin. & Support Emergency Operations Fire Prevention Admin. Building Inspection Housing Authority Housing Inspection Parking Transit Operations Para-Transit Administration CBD Maintenance Cemetery Forestry Government Buildings Parks Recreation Administration Community Development Economic Development JCCOG Programs Neighborhood Services Urban Planning Administration Animal Services Community Services Criminal Investigations Emergency Comm. Patrol Records & Investigations Administration EnergyConservation Engineering Equipment Maintenance Landfill Solid Waste Collection StormwaterManagement Streets Traffic Engineering WastewaterManagement Water Senior Center- 4 - FINANCIAL & FISCAL POLICIES Operating Budget Revenue Policies Capital Improvement Program Reserve Policies Investment Policies Debt Policies Compensated Absences Accounting, Auditing and Financial Reporting Purchasing Policies Risk Management Policies F Y 2 0 1 1 FINANCIAL AND FISCAL POLICIES The City of Iowa City's financial policies set forth the basic framework for the overall fiscal management of the City. These policies assist the decision-making process of the City Council. These policies provide guidelines for evaluating both current activities and proposals for future programs. Most of the policies represent long-standing principles, traditions and practices, and follow generally accepted accounting principles which have guided the City in the past and have helped maintain financial stability. OPERATING BUDGET POLICIES The City will prepare an annual balanced budget for all operating funds. The City will maintain a budgetary control system to ensure adherence to the budget and will prepare monthly reports comparing actual revenues and expenditures to budgeted amounts. Operating budgets are established on a fund/department/program basis. A contingency account will be maintained in the annual General Fund operating budget to provide for unanticipated expenditures or to meet unexpected small increases in service delivery costs, budgeted annually at approximately ¾ of one percent of expenditures and transfers out. The City Council will be informed semi-annually on staff initiated amendments from the contingency account to the operating programs within the General Fund. Budget amendments may be made throughout the year with approval of the Department Director, Director of Finance and the City Manager. The City Council formally reviews and approves all amendments processed by staff twice a year in August/September and May. Increases or amendments to operating budgets are made only in the following situations: - emergency situations - transfer from contingency - expenditures with offsetting revenues or fund balance - carry-over of prior year budget authority for expenses that had not been paid as of the end of the fiscal year. OPERATING BUDGET PREPARATION CRITERIA General Guidelines - Maintain the fiscal integrity of the City’s operating and capital improvement budgets in order to provide services and to construct and maintain the City’s infrastructure. - Maintain the City’s responsible fiscal position and AAA bond rating. - 5 - - Present budget data to the City Council in a format that will facilitate annual budget decisions based on a three-year planning perspective. Provide the City Council with a summary of the three-year forecasts. - Encourage citizen involvement in the annual budget decision-making process through public hearings, informal meetings, budget briefs and related informational efforts. Service Level Guidelines - Deliver service levels which are consistent with the citizens' willingness to pay and the City's available resources. - Base decisions to reduce service levels or eliminate programs on City-wide priorities. - Recognize that City employees are one of the City government's most valuable resources and are essential to the delivery of high quality, efficient services. Revenue Guidelines - Property tax levy rates will not exceed the limits as established by the State of Iowa. - Revise user fee rate structures to charge the costs of service provided to the benefiting customers, while maintaining sensitivity to the needs of low income citizens. - Support federal and state legislation which provides property tax relief. Oppose legislation which imposes local service mandates without fiscal support. Expenditure Guidelines - Support responsible management efforts to increase productivity by providing resources for office automation, preventive maintenance, risk management/employee safety, and employee training. REVENUE POLICIES The City will try to maintain a diversified and stable revenue system to minimize short-run fluctuations in any one revenue source. The City will attempt to maximize benefits from major revenue sources as a way of maintaining a stable property tax rate. The City will follow an aggressive policy of collecting revenues. The City will establish all user charges and fees at a level related to the full cost (operating, direct, and indirect) of providing the service, whenever practical. The City will review licenses, fees, and charges annually to determine if the revenues support the cost of providing the service. Property tax funding for recreation activities will not exceed 60% of operational costs with the exclusion of capital outlay and other improvements. - 6 - Parking, Refuse, Wastewater Treatment, Stormwater, Landfill, Broadband Telecommunications and Water funds will be self-supporting through user fees. - Rate adjustments will be submitted to the City Council by ordinance if state or locally legislated, or by resolution (if not state or locally legislated). The City will use up to 5% of the annual Road Use Tax allocation to fund employee benefits for the Streets and Traffic Engineering personnel. CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM BUDGET POLICIES The City will develop a multi-year Capital Improvement Program (CIP), which will be reviewed and updated annually, comply with City Council goals and be compatible with the Comprehensive Plan whenever possible. The complete multi-year CIP funding plan must be balanced each year by matching projected expenditures with proposed revenue sources by fund. Funding for projects should be obtained through borrowing from: - bond market, general obligation or revenue bonds - enterprise fund operations and reserves - internal loans The City may utilize General Fund cash balances to fund capital projects whenever available and feasible. For the Airport, it is policy that the General Fund will match up to $100,000 in grants received per year. The City shall utilize available funding sources for capital improvements whenever practical and feasible such as but not limited to: - federal and state grant funds - special assessments - developer contributions The City will maintain its physical assets at a level adequate to protect the City's capital investment and to minimize future maintenance and replacement costs. The budget will provide for the adequate maintenance and the orderly replacement of the capital plant and equipment from current revenues when possible. RESERVE POLICIES The City will establish a contingency line-item in the annual General Fund operating budget to provide for unanticipated expenditures or to meet unexpected small increases in service delivery costs, budgeted at ¾ of one percent of expenditures and transfers out. Operating cash balances at fiscal year-end will be maintained at a level to ensure sufficient cash flow throughout the fiscal year. General Fund cash balances will not go below 15%, with a ceiling of 25%. Cash balances in excess of 25% will be considered for tax relief. - 7 - Reserves will be maintained in the Water, Wastewater and Parking Funds in accordance with existing bond covenant provisions. Reserves will be maintained for equipment replacement and for unexpected major repairs in the following areas: Parking, Wastewater, Water, Landfill, Transit, Broadband Telecommunication, Equipment Replacement, Information Technology Services, and Central Services as well as Library Computer Equipment and Parkland Acquisition and Replacement. Reserves, based on actuaries, will be maintained for the Risk Management Loss Reserve, Medical and Dental Insurance Funds. All City trucks, cars and necessary accessories will be maintained on a replacement cost basis each year. A separate reserve fund has been set up to fund these replacements. Additions to the fleet are made through allocations in the annual budget. Fire Department vehicles and Transit buses will be purchased through the issuance of debt. All general obligation debt will be paid from the Debt Service Fund. General Obligation debt applicable to Enterprise Fund projects will be paid out of the Debt Service Fund, but will be abated from revenues from the respective Enterprise Fund(s). INVESTMENT POLICIES Disbursement, collection, and deposit of all funds will be managed to insure maximum investment opportunity for City funds. The City will strive to maximize the return on its investment portfolio, with the primary objective of preserving capital in accordance with the City's investment policy and prudent investment practices. All City funds not restricted by bond issue covenants will be pooled for investments, with interest allocations made monthly. DEBT POLICIES The City will confine long-term borrowing to capital improvements and Community and Economic Development initiatives. Short term borrowing will be applicable for large dollar rolling stock (buses, fire apparatus) purchases and computer systems. Total general obligation debt will not exceed 5% of total taxable assessed value of real property. The debt service property tax levy shall not exceed 30% of the total property tax levy. The City will follow a policy of full disclosure on every financial report and bond prospectus. The City will use "pay as you go" financing to fund general capital improvement projects, whenever feasible and practical. - 8 - COMPENSATED ABSENCES Administrative employees hired prior to June 15, 1983 and all other employees hired prior to June 29, 1985, upon death, retirement or termination (except firefighters) are entitled to be paid for one- half of the total accumulated sick leave hours at the current effective hourly rate for that employee up to the sick leave payout amount calculated as of June 28, 1985, whichever is less. After June 28, 1985, employees accumulate vacation, sick leave, and other benefits at various rates depending on bargaining group and length of service. Employees are paid for their total unused vacation time upon death, termination (except firefighters) or retirement. However, sick leave can only be used during employment. The cost of compensated absences are recognized when payments are made to employees and the City amends the budget at that time. ACCOUNTING, AUDITING, AND FINANCIAL REPORTING POLICIES Quarterly financial reports will be prepared. A three-year financial plan for all operating funds will be prepared by the City Manager and presented to the City Council for their review. A Multi-Year Capital Improvement Program budget will be prepared, reviewed and revised annually. An independent audit will be performed annually for all City funds. The City will produce a Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR) in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles as outlined by the Governmental Accounting Standards Board. PURCHASING POLICIES Purchases for all City departments for the City of Iowa City shall be in accordance with the City Procurement Policy/Purchasing manual. Methods of source selection are as follows: Public Improvements Competitive sealed bidding shall be used for Public Improvement Contracts of $100,000 or greater (Code of Iowa) or Road Projects of $57,000 or greater. This process shall consist of: Public hearing on plans and specifications Approval of plans and specifications by City Council or Commission Invitation for bids Bid opening Bid acceptance and bid evaluation Bid award – City Council/Commission authorization The competitive quotation process is required for public improvement projects estimated between $57,000 and $100,000. This process shall consist of: Notice to bidders Bid opening Bid evaluation Bid acceptance and award by City Manager or Commission Notice of award in minutes of next meeting of City Council or Commission - 9 - The informal quotation process is required for public improvement projects and street, bridge and culvert projects under $57,000. This process shall consist of: Invitation to bid Bid opening Bid evaluation Bid acceptance and award by City Manager over $5,000, Department Director over $1,500 or Division Head under $1,500 -Professional Services The consultant selection procedures guide all City departments involved in procuring engineering, architectural, and other professional services. Within approved budgets, the City Manager may approve contracts up to $50,000 and the City Council approves contracts over $50,000. -Major Purchases The Purchasing Division operates a "voluntary purchasing" system rather than a complete "centralized purchasing" system. Under the voluntary system, departments obtain standard operating items, within approved budgets, utilizing Purchasing procedures. The Purchasing Division reviews various categories of merchandise and services and makes recommendations for consolidation and standardization of purchases to reduce duplication and overall costs. -Emergency Procurement In the event of an emergency, supplies, services or construction may be purchased without regard to normal purchase selection procedures to protect the health and welfare of the public. The City Manager shall keep the City Council informed of the extent of the emergency. -Gifts/Conflict of Interest/Interest in Public Contracts Conduct shall be in accordance with the Code of Iowa - Chapters 68B.22 Gifts, 331.342 Conflict of Interest and 362.5 Interest in Public Contract. A City officer or employee shall not have an interest, direct or indirect, in any contract or job of work or material or the profits thereof or services to be furnished or performed for the officers or employees of the City. RISK MANAGEMENT POLICIES It shall be the policy of the City of Iowa City to assume the risk of property damage, liability and dishonesty in all cases in which the exposure is so small or dispersed that the loss would not significantly or adversely affect the operations or financial position of the City. Insurance will not be purchased to cover loss exposures below prevailing deductible/retention amounts of current insurance held by the City of Iowa City, unless such insurance is required by statute or by contact, or in those instances in which it is desirable to obtain special services, such as inspection or claim adjustment services in connection with insurance. The deductible/retention amounts will be reviewed once annually by the Director of Finance and the Risk Manager to ensure appropriateness of the amounts. Insurance will be purchased where possible against all major exposures which might result in loss in excess of the City's insurance reserve through the purchase of the following types of insurance: - 10 - - All risk insurance on real and personal property. - General liability insurance. - Automobile liability insurance. - Fidelity and crime insurance. - Catastrophic workmen's compensation insurance. The City will self-insure in those instances where the cost of insurance is so high that it would be more cost effective to assume the risk. Real property will be insured on replacement cost basis, as determined by a competent appraisal service, against as wide a range of perils as possible. The value will be reviewed once annually by the Risk Manager and the City's insurance advisor. Loss prevention recommendations made by insurance companies, the state fire marshal or local fire authorities will, whenever possible, be implemented. In those cases in which such recommendations are not followed, a written report in which an explanation or justification is made will be filed with the Director of Finance and the City Manager within 30 days of receipt of the report. Insurance will be purchased only through licensed agents or agencies who have the staff and technical competence to adequately service the insurance provided. Insurance will be placed only in insurance companies rated A+ or A in Bests. Insurance placed in other companies will require a written report of the particulars, such report to be filed with the Risk Manager. The administration of the risk management policy will be a responsibility of the Risk Manager. Such responsibility includes placement of insurance coverage, maintenance of property appraisals and inventories, processing of claims and maintenance of loss records, and supervision of loss prevention activities. Settlement of claims are handled through the Risk Management Division and/or City Attorney Office. The Risk Manager is authorized to settle claims up to $3,000, the City Manager authorizes claim settlements between $3,000 and $20,000 and City Council approval is needed for settlements above $20,000. - 11 - - 12 - SUMMARIES & CHARTS Financial Plan Analysis Transfers Additional Position Requests Personnel Listing F Y 2 0 1 1 FINANCIAL PLAN ANALYSIS I. PROPERTY TAXES Property taxes are the largest revenue source for the City’s General Fund, accounting for sixty percent (60%) of FY2011 revenue. There are a number of factors which determine the City’s tax levy each year: property valuations by class, the annual Assessment Limitation Order or rollback, TIF district valuations and rebates, statutory limits on individual tax levies, the City’s Financial and Fiscal Policies, other financing sources and projected expenditures. A. VALUATIONS: 1. 100% Assessment - Property valuations are set by the City and County Assessor. State law requires that all real property be reassessed every two years, specifically in odd-numbered years. Since 1995, valuations within the Iowa City corporate limits have increased an average of ten percent (10%) in revaluation years and two percent (2%) in non-revaluation years. Certified valuations confirmed by the Johnson County Auditor for January 1, 2009, serve as the basis for estimating property tax revenue in FY2011. Their report indicates a .77% increase in total assessed value from $4.32 billion to $4.35 billion in the last year. 2. Assessment Limitation Order / Rollback - The State of Iowa has a statutory growth limitation of four percent (4%) annually on taxable property valuations by class (residential, commercial, industrial, etc). Each year, the Department of Revenue’s Assessment Limitation Order sets a ‘rollback’ value by class which, when applied, determines taxable valuations. An additional growth restriction is applied to the residential valuations, limiting growth in taxable value to agricultural valuations. In other words, the percentage change in taxable valuations for urban residential property each year is limited to either four percent (4%) or the growth in agricultural property, whichever is lower. The following graph illustrates the impact of the rollback on taxable valuations. In FY2002 the residential rollback exempted $.75 billion of Iowa City’s residential assessed valuation. In FY2011 the residential rollback will exempt $1.7 billion of residential assessed valuations. The rollback for FY2011 is 46.9094% compared to FY2010 residential rollback of 45.5893%. Taxable vs. 100% Assessed Valuations 0.10 0.60 1.10 1.60 2.10 2.60 3.10 3.60 4.10 4.60 2002200320042005200620072008200920102011Fiscal Year (FY)Valuation in Billions $100% Assessed Valuation Taxable Valuation - 13 - 3. TIF District Valuations & Rebates - Once an Urban Renewal Area is established, developers and individual projects may negotiate for Tax Increment Financing agreements in which they receive a rebate on annual taxes paid, provided the growth in property valuations for that project and district provide sufficient funding. The terms for individual agreements vary by project but when they expire (or reach maximum rebate), the TIF district can be released for taxation. On December 1, 2009, the City of Iowa City filed requisite forms with the Johnson County Auditor to have approximately $92.3 million in TIF districts released for taxation in FY2011. 4. Taxable Valuation - After the release of TIF districts and application of the rollback, Iowa City’s taxable valuation for FY2011 has increased 2.96% for the debt service levy and 6.77% for non-debt service levies over FY2010. B. PROPERTY TAX LEVY RATES The FY2011 proposed property tax rate for the City of Iowa City is $17.757 per $1,000 of taxable valuation, and slightly lower (-0.54%) than the FY2010 tax rate. The following graphic illustrates the combined effect of annual changes in assessed valuations, assessment limitations (rollback) and the City levy rate. Estimated Property Tax on $100,000 Residential Valuation (Iowa City portion) `FY2010 FY2011 Assessed Valuation 100,000$ 100,000$ Taxable Valuation 45,589$ 46,909$ City Levy 17.853$ 17.757$ Property Taxes 813.89$ 832.95$ Iowa City’s FY2011 levy rate of $17.757 is comprised of a number of individual levies, as provided for in the Code of Iowa Section 384 for specific purposes. Following is a chart summarizing the individual levy rates by fiscal year, followed by a brief description of each. FY2011 $832.95 FY2010 $813.89 - 14 - Dollars Tax Rate per $1,000 Dollars Tax Rate per $1,000 General Fund Tax Levies: General 20,368,115$ 8.100 21,746,140$ 8.100 Transit 2,388,853$ 0.950 2,550,473$ 0.950 Tort Liability 1,057,155$ 0.420 1,118,503$ 0.417 Library 678,937$ 0.270 724,871$ 0.270 Subtotal:24,493,059$ 9.740 26,139,987$ 9.737 Special Revenue Levies: Emergency 643,909$ 0.256 -$ 0.000 Employee Benefits 9,145,032$ 3.637 9,615,177$ 3.581 Subtotal:9,788,941$ 3.893 9,615,177$ 3.581 Debt Service 11,106,969$ 4.219 12,028,775$ 4.438 Total City Levy Property Taxes:45,388,970$ 17.853 47,783,939$ 17.757 % Change from prior year:7.99% 2.43% 5.28% -0.54% Agland Levy 4,235$ 3.004 4,608$ 3.004 Total Property Taxes 45,393,205$ ----47,788,547$ ---- Dollars Tax Rate per $1,000 Dollars Tax Rate per $1,000 General Fund Tax Levies: General 22,194,468$ 8.100 22,634,044$ 8.100 Transit 2,603,055$ 0.950 2,654,610$ 0.950 Tort Liability 1,150,441$ 0.420 1,183,230$ 0.423 Library 739,816$ 0.270 754,468$ 0.270 Subtotal:26,687,779$ 9.740 27,226,352$ 9.743 Special Revenue Levies: Emergency -$ 0.000 -$ 0.000 Employee Benefits 10,510,779$ 3.836 11,341,556$ 4.059 Subtotal:10,510,779$ 3.836 11,341,556$ 4.059 Debt Service 13,336,517$ 4.822 13,303,840$ 4.716 Total City Levy Property Taxes:50,535,075$ 18.398 51,871,748$ 18.518 % Change from prior year:5.76% 3.61% 2.65%0.65% Agland Levy 4,608$ 3.004 4,608$ 3.004 Total Property Taxes 50,539,683$ ----51,876,356$ ---- The City's property tax requests for FY2011 through FY2013 including the FY2010 certified tax request, are as follows: FY2010 Certified FY2011 Adopted LEVIES FY2012 Projected FY2013 Projected LEVIES - 15 - The general property tax levy of $8.10 is to be used to support General Fund services such as those provided by the Police and Fire Departments, Library, Senior Center, Parks and Recreation. This levy cannot exceed $8.10 per $1000 of taxable assessed valuation per State law. The Library tax levy of $.27 was voted in by a majority of the residents in 1991. The initial levy was used to expand Library services and continues to maintain that level of service. The Transit levy of $.95 is a "general" levy for transit operations which cannot exceed $.95 per $1,000 of taxable assessed valuation. The Tort Liability levy has no maximum and is based on estimated insurance premiums and claim losses within the self-insured retention. The levy rate for FY2011 is estimated at $0.417, compared to $0.420 for FY2010. The City’s self-insured retention amount is $400,000 per occurrence for worker’s compensation, $500,000 for liability claims and $100,000 for city property claims. Use of the Emergency Levy has been eliminated in FY2011 – FY2013, compared with $0.256 for FY2010. The Employee Benefits property tax levy is used for the employer cost of the following benefits for employees within the General and Road Use Tax Funds:  Health Insurance  Life Insurance  Disability Insurance  Worker's Compensation insurance premiums and claims  Unemployment Compensation  Social Security (FICA - 7.65%)  Iowa Public Employees Retirement System costs (IPERS)  Municipal Fire and Police Retirement System of Iowa (MFPRSI) The Employee Benefit levy for FY2011 is estimated at $3.581, compared with the FY2010 levy of $3.637. This is projected to increase to $3.836 in FY2012 and $4.059 in FY2013 primarily due to anticipated adjustments in the employer’s contribution rate for Municipal Police and Fire Retirement System of Iowa (MFPRSI). This rate is set annually by the state & based on an actuarial review. Information from MFPRSI in October, 2009, indicates that the city’s contribution rate to the Police and Fire Pension Fund is expected to increase to 38.55% within the next five years. The employer contribution rate for FY2011 is 19.9%. The Debt Service levy provides funding for principal and interest payments on outstanding general obligation bonds. In FY2011, this levy is $4.438, compared with $4.219 in FY2010. - 16 - II. GENERAL FUND General Fund is the City’s main operating fund and includes activities in the following areas: general government administration, public work administration, public safety, cultural and recreational activities, community and economic development. A. GENERAL FUND - REVENUE General Fund revenue is projected at $57,974,030 million in FY2011. A comparison of total General Fund revenue between fiscal years is challenging due to a number of one-time transactions and events. However, a more useful discussion by revenue classification is provided on the following pages. FY2009 FY2010 FY2011 FY2012 FY2013 Actual Amended Adopted Projected Projected 1. Property Taxes 31,341,405 33,602,917 35,103,007 36,619,534 38,080,400 2. Other City Taxes 1,216,804 8,921,146 9,601,821 9,777,786 9,959,037 3. Licenses & Permits 1,272,283 1,350,898 1,335,333 1,335,333 1,335,333 4. Use Of Money & Property 770,438 381,655 393,894 393,746 393,746 5. Intergovernmental 5,609,740 4,294,447 3,618,514 3,705,525 3,832,024 6. Charges For Services 4,670,609 5,520,686 5,870,860 5,932,821 5,990,596 7. Miscellaneous 2,365,999 2,991,863 1,678,384 1,628,026 1,629,746 8. Other Financing Sources 1,954,266 6,766,866 347,927 353,234 358,488 Total Revenue:49,201,544$ 63,830,478$ 57,949,740$ 59,746,005$ 61,579,370$ % change from prior year 10.2%29.7%-9.2%3.1%3.1% FY 2011 Budget General Fund Revenue $57,949,740 Intergovt. 6%Use Of Money & Property 1% Other City Taxes 17% Property Taxes 60% Charges For Services 10% Miscellaneous 3% Licenses & Permits 2% Other Financing Sources 1% - 17 - General Fund revenue is summarized into eight major categories. An analysis of each category follows: 1. Property Taxes - Property tax revenue of $35.1 million is the primary funding source for General Fund operations, providing an estimated sixty percent (60%) of total revenue in FY2011. 2. Other City Taxes – This category, estimated at $9.6 million in FY2011, includes local option sales tax revenue of $7.8 million, $724,000 in Hotel Motel Tax receipts, and $451,000 in gas and electric utility franchise tax. a) Local Option Sales Tax: A one percent (1%) sales tax was approved by voter referendum on May 5, 2009, to provide funding for “remediation, repair and protection of flood-impacted public infrastructure”. Sales tax revenue is being receipted into the General Fund and transferred to the following capital projects designated by city Council as priorities under this definition: relocation of facilities at North Wastewater, elevation of North Dubuque Street and the reconstruction of Park Road Bridge. The sales tax went into effect on July 1, 2009. b) Hotel Motel Tax: This revenue source is a state-administered tax. Estimated at $724,000 in FY2011, the seven percent (7%) tax on gross hotel/motel room rental receipts is distributed as follows: Convention & Visitor's Bureau 25.00% Police Patrol 47.50% Parks & Recreational Facilities 27.50% Total Hotel Motel 7% Tax 100.00% Receipts from Hotel/Motel tax during the first half of FY2010 are down twenty percent (20%) from prior years. This revenue source will continue to be monitored. c) Gas and Electric Utility Franchise Tax: Senate File 478 was enacted by the Iowa state legislature during its 2009 session, establishing cities’ right to impose a franchise tax on gas and electric utilities. On February 16, 2010, the Iowa City Council passed and approved an ordinance establishing a one percent (1%) tax1 to be expended for the following purposes: 1) Inspecting, supervising and otherwise regulating the MidAmerican Energy Company’s gas and electric franchises. 2) Public safety, including the equipping of fire, police and emergency services. 3) Public infrastructure to support commercial and industrial economic development. Of the $840,000 estimate for FY2011, $565,000 will go to the City’s General Fund for operational costs associated with Fire Station #4, the addition of six police officers and maintenance of the right-of-way. 3. Licenses & Permits – This category consists of revenue received for building and rental housing permits/inspections, plumbing license and taxi license fees; beer, liquor and cigarette permit/license fees (state regulated), sign permits, burial permits, animal licensing and some miscellaneous fees. The FY2011 budget for Licenses and Permits is estimated at $1.3 million. City Council approved a 19.5% increase in rental inspection permit fees to be effective July 1, 2009. The increase is projected to generate an additional $120,500 annually, when averaged over the next two-year inspection cycle, FY2010-2011. 1 On December 7, 2009, the Iowa City Council passed and approved an ordinance establishing the franchise tax on gas and electric utilities at two percent (2%). During the FY2011 budget work sessions, City Council directed staff to revise the three-year financial plan assuming the franchise tax to be one percent (1%). - 18 - 4. Use of Money & Property – This revenue source consists of interest income, parking permits at the Court Street Transportation Facility, farmer’s market booth rentals, park shelter rental fees, locker rentals, and Senior Center parking permits. The category is budgeted at $394,000 in FY2011, down significantly from prior years due to the decrease in interest income and the compounding effect as investments come due and are reinvested at a lower rate. City Council approved an increase in parking permits for FY2010. Permits in the Court Street Transportation Facility (a Transit Division / General Fund asset) are projected to generate an additional $121,000 in FY2010 and beyond. 5. Intergovernmental revenue is estimated at $3.6 million in FY2011, including state and federal grants, 28-E agreements and contracts with local governmental entities. The majority of intergovernmental revenue is the result of 28E agreements with local entities for services provided to area residents, as shown in the following schedule. The largest of these agreements is for fire protection services to the University of Iowa, estimated at $1.5 million in FY2011, with $1.3 million receipted into the General Fund. The remainder is deposited into the Employee Benefits Fund as reimbursement for a percentage of Fire employee benefits. FY2009 FY2010 FY2011 FY2012 FY2013 Intergovernmental Funding Actual Amended Adopted Projected Projected Local Governmental: 28E Agreements Coralville, Johnson County & Other Governments - Animal Services 113,975$ 131,000$ 143,472$ 145,072$ 146,704$ IC Comm. Schools - Mercer Pool 91,159 100,384 100,384 102,392 104,440 County, Univ Heights, Hills - Library 394,491 419,606 419,606 427,998 436,558 Johnson County - Joint Emergency Communication Center (JECC) Reimb.25,053 150,000 - - - Johnson County - Senior Center 75,000 75,000 75,000 75,000 75,000 University Heights - Transit Services 29,804 29,804 29,804 30,400 31,008 University Heights - Emergency Radio 42,275 42,275 - - - University of Iowa - Fire Protection 1,257,656 1,349,517 1,359,968 1,434,329 1,547,925 Local Governmental Revenue:2,029,413 2,297,586 2,128,234 2,215,191 2,341,635 State Revenue: Monies & Credits 25,535 13,000 13,000 13,000 13,000 Transit Assistance 378,185 364,492 364,492 364,492 364,492 Transit - Federal Pass-thru 288,952 60,832 60,832 60,832 60,832 Public Safety Grants 167,702 134,987 158,240 158,240 158,240 Total State Revenue:860,374 573,311 596,564 596,564 596,564 Federal Revenue: Transit FTA Operating Grants 993,132 873,006 873,006 873,006 873,006 Public Safety Grants 21,225 16,328 16,904 16,904 16,904 FEMA Assistance / Reimbursements 1,688,680 325,000 - - - Disaster Individual Assistance - 25,000 - - - Total Federal Revenue:2,703,037 1,239,334 889,910 889,910 889,910 Misc. Local Govt. Share - Joint Public Safety - 26,250 - - - Misc. Other Intergovernmental 16,916 3,566 3,806 3,860 3,915 Total - Intergovernmental Funding: 5,609,740$ 4,140,047$ 3,618,514$ 3,705,525$ 3,832,024$ - 19 - 6. Charges for Services are estimated at $5.9 million in FY2011. Included within this category is an administrative chargeback of $2.8 million to the City’s proprietary funds for services rendered by administrative divisions. Other divisions with fee-based services include: Transit, Parks and Recreation, Police (special events, contracted services), Fire (inspections), Housing & Inspection Services, Animal Control and Cemetery services. 7. Miscellaneous Revenue - Miscellaneous revenue of $1.7 million in FY2011 includes a variety of different revenue sources. The largest is parking fines, which are budgeted at $593,000 for FY2011. City Council approved an increase in parking violation fines to be effective July 1, 2009, for which reason FY2010 and FY2011 incorporate an estimated increase of twenty-five percent (25%) over FY2009. Other miscellaneous revenue includes magistrate court fines and surcharges related to code enforcement ($306,000) and library fines ($213,000). 8. Other Financing Sources include proceeds from the sale of assets, allocation of funds to equipment replacement reserves, and operating support from other funds for specific staff positions. The category is budgeted at $348,000 in FY2011. A number of large, solitary transactions fell within this category from prior years, including the following from FY2010: capital project funding of $3.9 million to 420th Street infrastructure, $1.6 million to Fire Station #4 construction, $500,000 for A-2 occupancy fire safety loans and $290,000 for a Housing Fellowship loan to develop affordable housing (Anniston Village). - 20 - CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA Financial Plan for 2011 -2013 Beginning Balance 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Actual Estimate Budget Projection Projection 18,847,053 18,172,977 17,545,424 17,521,134 17,093,898 32, 306, 6639,171,479 2,324, 518 4,155,438 1,917,522 18,172,977 4,568,020 13,604, 957 34,358,770 10,311,403 2,493,471 2,600,705 14,693,682 17,545,424 4,224,153 13,321,271 35,230,248 9,885,518 2,459, 819 1,672,780 8,355,665 370,000 57,974,030 17,521,134 4,238,160 13,282,974 38,198,862 9,711,940 2,277,549 1,185,138 8,414,752 385,000 60,173,241 17, 093, 898 4,625,286 12,468,612 38,739,365 9, 568, 262 2,315,812 1,200,053 8,424,401 388,000 60,635,893 Fund: 1000 GENERAL FUND SUMMARY Property TaxesOtherCity Taxes Licenses And Permits Construct. Permit & Inspect. Fees Federal Intergovt. Revenue Property Tax Credits State 28e Agreements Other State Grants Local Govt 28e Agreements Building & Development Fees Transit Fees Culture And Recreation Misc. Charges For Services Code Enforcement Parking Fines Library Fines & Fees Contrib & Donations Animal Adoption Misc Merchandise Intra-city Charges Other Misc Revenue Interest Revenues Rents Court St. Parking Garage Royalties & Commissions Sale Of Assets Road Use Tax Intrafund Reserve Transfers From Water Operations From Wastewater Operations From Parking Operations From Airport Operations From Broadband From IC Housing Authority Transfers From G.O. Bonds Interfund Loans Misc Transfers In Loan Repayments Total Receipts Personnel Services Supplies Capital Outlay Transfers Out Contingency Total Expenditures Ending Balance Restricted /Committed /Assigned Unassigned Balance 31,341,405 1,216,804 219, 321 1,052,962 2,705,205 35,797 1,257, 656 846, 651 773,868 316, 921 1, 134, 154 663,873 113,391 272,266 441, 518 218,647 90, 110 13,070 50, 921 1,659,986 1,154,187 751, 219 422, 199 451,682 28, 971 377, 131 59,986 1,090,630 16, 718 16, 718 200,000 8,359 159,905 26,335 12, 978 49,201,544 33,602,917 8,921,146 234,062 1,116,836 1,239,334 24,739 1,349,517 560,311 1,131,166 352, 108 858, 904 695,295 160, 553 341,360 592,845 213,470 64,533 15,000 62,337 2,640,591 266, 818 356,700 406,783 549,038 25,249 1,167,768 62, 965 178,220 19, 561 19, 561 9,781 55,000 18, 000 326, 143 5,973,867 18,000 200,000 63, 830,478 35,103,007 9,601,821 218,822 1,116,511 889, 910 24,739 1,359,968 583, 564 770, 953 345,648 858, 904 700,494 163,505 361,360 592,900 213,470 36,400 16,000 64, 548 2,916,455 277, 160 350,000 443,042 567, 011 25, 621 71,000 64,410 87,422 20,438 20,438 10, 219 55,000 19,000 36,619,534 9,777,786 218, 822 1,116,511 889, 910 24,739 1,434,329 583, 564 783, 603 345,648 858, 904 702,404 161,705 361,360 592,900 213,470 36,400 16,000 64, 548 2, 974, 784 227, 160 350,000 446,303 567, 011 25,376 71,000 66,572 87,422 21, 696 21, 696 10, 848 55,000 19,000 38,080,400 9,959,037 218,822 1,116,511 889, 910 24,739 1,547,925 583, 564 796,506 345,648 858, 904 702,404 161,705 361,360 592,900 213,470 36,400 16,000 64,548 3,034,279 227, 160 350,000 446,303 567,011 25,376 71,000 68, 643 87,422 22, 969 22, 969 11,485 55,000 19,000 57,949,740 59,746,005 61,579,370 49,875,620 64,458,031 % of Expenditures 27 %21 %23 %21 22 % 18,037,375 4,952,819 13,084,556 - 21 - B. GENERAL FUND – EXPENDITURES The General Fund expenditure budget in FY2011 is $57,974,030. A comparison of expenditures across fiscal years is challenging due to a number of one-time transactions and events as discussed by major expenditure classification on the following page. FY2009 FY2010 FY2011 FY2012 FY2013 Actual Amended Adopted Projected Projected 1. Personnel 32,306,663 34,358,770 35,230,248 38,198,862 38,739,365 2. Services 9,171,479 10,311,403 9,885,518 9,711,940 9,568,262 3. Supplies 2,324,518 2,493,471 2,459,819 2,277,549 2,315,812 4. Capital Outlay 4,155,438 2,600,705 1,672,780 1,185,138 1,200,053 5. Other Financial Uses 1,917,522 14,693,682 8,355,665 8,414,752 8,424,401 6. Contingency - - 370,000 385,000 388,000 Total Expenditures: 49,875,620 64,458,031 57,974,030 60,173,241 60,635,893 % Change 15.4% 29.2% -10.1%3.8%0.8% FY2011 Adopted Budget General Fund Expenditures by Category $0.0 $10.0 $20.0 $30.0 $40.0 $50.0 $60.0 $70.0 FY2009 FY2010 FY2011 FY2012 FY2013 Fiscal Year (FY)Millions of Dollars ($)Other Financial Uses Capital Outlay Supplies Services Personnel - 22 - 1. Personnel – Personnel costs include salaries and benefits, including health, life, and disability insurance, employer share of FICA and IPERS, and Police/Fire MFPRSI retirement contributions. Personnel costs account for approximately sixty-one percent (61%) of budgeted expenditures within the General Fund in FY2011. a. Collective Bargaining: Wages and benefits for most employees are determined by collective bargaining agreements with one of three unions: AFSCME (Local #183), the Police Labor Relations Organization (PLR) of Iowa City, and the Iowa City Association of Professional Fire Fighters, IAFF, AFL-CIO (Local #610). All three contracts for FY2011 include cost of living adjustments (COLA) of 1.35% in June, 2010 and 1.5% in December, 2010. Administrative, confidential, supervisory and temporary employees specified in Chapter 20 of the Code of Iowa are excluded from the unions and their respective agreements. Salaries and benefit appropriations for these employees are determined by the City Council upon the recommendation of the City Manager. Cost of living adjustments have been approved at the same rate as union employees for FY2011. b. Retirement Contributions: In recent years, the Iowa Public Employees’ Retirement System (IPERS) increased the combined contribution rate by a half a percent (0.5%) annually. With a 60/40 split between employer and employee, the employer share will increase from 6.65% in FY2010 to 6.95% in FY2011. The Municipal Fire & Police Retirement System of Iowa (MFPRSI)’s Board of Trustees sets the annual contribution rate for public entities, based on independent actuarial opinion. The rate for FY2011 has been set at 19.9% and is expected to increase to 24.91% by FY2012 and 38.55% within the next five years. The employee contribution is currently fixed at 9.40%. As a result of the unusual increase and unbalanced contribution formula, the Iowa League of Cities is currently advocating for legislative changes to the system. c. Other Benefits: An increase in the employee contribution towards health insurance was negotiated into the FY2011 union contracts. Health insurance costs were projected to increase ten percent (10%) in FY2011, and six percent (6%) in FY2012 and 2013. d. New Position Requests: Fifteen (15) new positions are recommended for approval within the General Fund’s Public Safety program in FY2011, as summarized below:  Police Patrol – Increase patrol: + 6.00 Police Officers  Fire Station #4, est. completion July 1, 2011: +3.00 Firefighters July 1, 2010 +3.00 Firefighters November 1, 2010 +3.00 Lieutenants March 1, 2011 +15.00 new positions (recommended) e. Other Staff Changes: During the FY2009 budget process, City Council approved the addition of 5.0 Community Service Officer positions. These positions were intended to fill a front office function within the Police Department due to loss of the Emergency Communications staff. The Joint Emergency Communications Center (JECC), originally slated for operations beginning July 1, 2009, is expected to be open by July of 2010.  Emergency Communications – operations transfer to Johnson County Emergency Communications Center, slated for July 1, 2010: -10.25 Emergency Comm. Dispatcher - 1.00 Emergency Comm. Supervisor  Police Department, front office function 24/7: + 5.00 Community Service Officers Net change: -6.25 FTE’s - 23 - f. 27th Pay Period – FY2012: An additional $1.5 million is budgeted in FY2012 due to a 27th pay period during the fiscal year. This occurs once every eleven years as dictated by how pay periods span the beginning / end of each fiscal year. 2. Services - Expenditures are budgeted at $9.9 million. The Finance Department’s projections for FY2011 were equal to the FY2010 budget for most line items, with a two percent (2%) increase in both FY2012 and FY2013. Items included in this category include: electric and gas utilities; software/hardware maintenance agreements; other technical services. Other operating costs included in this category which have more specific inflationary guidelines include self-insured loss reserve funding; liability, fire & casualty insurance premiums; professional and consultant services; internal service fund charges (ITS, Equipment and Central Services); training & education; building and equipment repair and maintenance services; vehicle and equipment rentals. Non-operating costs in this category include Aid to Human Service Agencies, Community Event Funding, support to the Iowa City Coralville Convention & Visitors Bureau, and Community and Economic Development Assistance, as follows: $282,268 Aid to Human Service Agencies $110,162 Community Event / Program Funding $180,982 ICCVB – Community / Economic Development Assistance $200,000 Economic Development Assistance Overall, the Services budget is lower in FY2011 due to the following one-time transactions in FY2010: $500,000 allowance for payout of the A-2 occupancy fire safety loans and $286,000 for the Anniston Village loan to Housing Fellowship for development of affordable housing. 3. Supplies - Supplies consist primarily of commodities that are consumed or depleted, such as office and cleaning supplies, vehicle fuel and materials for repair and maintenance of buildings, streets, and equipment. The Finance Department’s projections for FY2011 supplies were estimated to be roughly equal to the FY2010 budget, with a two percent (2%) increase for both FY2012 and FY2013. 4. Capital Outlay – General Fund capital outlay is budgeted at $1.7 million in FY2011 and includes police vehicle replacements, library materials, operating equipment, and building maintenance and improvements. 5. Other Financial Uses – This category is budgeted at $8.4 million in FY2011. Transfers-out of General Fund include local option sales tax funding for elevation of North Dubuque Street ($2.2 million) and relocation of North Wastewater ($5.7 million). The FY2010 budget (significantly higher at $14.7 million) includes project funding for these two projects in addition to infrastructure along 420th Street, reconstruction of Fire Station #2, construction of Fire Station #4; and potential repayment of the A-2 occupancy fire safety loans to Landfill. 6. Contingency use of General Fund cash is budgeted at $370,000 in FY2011. - 24 - CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA GENERAL FUND EXPENDITURES SUMMARY BY DIVISION Budget for 2011 -2013 Activity 2009 Actual 133,301 437,132 683,262 582,102 422,221 351,068 642,395 304,062 913,945 255,657 821,648 480,951 213,781 898,548 224,784 6,591,732 610,384 803,856 6,309,714 502,247 63,235 954,346 235,798 5,648,319 543,815 45,172 316,492 772,996 458,803 226,334 3,072 819,445 247,126 2,487,681 1,793,214 442,863 299,406 460,930 5,019,815 20,357 777,194 250,943 358,476 118,648 2,731 61,410 2,597,897 2,666,312 2010 Budget 157,405 548,202 627,074 530,590 493,866 401,986 689,165 319,043 990,189 273,792 1,088,353 545,090 256,806 9,196,431 1,522,564 6,717,262 665,338 824,674 7,193,949 534,521 74,322 1,325,019 219,787 6,077,605 601,488 55,000 272,325 1,469,506 516,961 263,611 20,650 925,450 3,905,000 233,059 2,676,680 2,266,528 469,555 359,467 551,034 5,362,918 110,850 873,727 262,724 380,246 149,118 14,750 364,036 442,895 637,420 2011 Budget 155,831 452,290 639,750 530,527 537,365 407,987 722,093 326,058 977,946 273,620 1,137,811 494,169 265,436 9,112,590 166 6,485,861 687,150 867,217 7,622,849 558,758 169,358 426,107 237,667 6,692,544 716,199 55,000 297,753 1,030,189 501,258 276,231 978,060 234,785 2,714,710 2,201,636 438,860 370,947 560,289 5,509,645 95,249 823,293 279,290 396,892 133,290 14,750 84,894 446,660 33,000 2012 Projection 154,076 578,874 658,935 544,078 542,553 417,083 747,323 334,698 992,755 282,674 1,170,172 503,942 276,439 10,207,598 171 6,427,910 715,038 916,072 8,002,541 577,109 175,622 427,595 248,509 7,339,722 716,010 55,000 303,737 802,990 518,578 282,915 1,014,898 240,125 2,745,442 2,215,136 447,972 359,663 519,531 5,565,846 3,141 816,675 289,306 408,041 136,221 14,750 87,694 353,167 34,914 2013 Projection 154,488 475,686 679,532 556,817 564,331 427,158 770,772 343,880 1,006,588 291,730 1,203,434 514,632 286,952 9,137,844 6,586,574 741,455 963,497 8,423,114 596,081 181,412 446,065 259,351 7,761,643 716,067 55,000 309,900 823,349 535,388 289,821 1,047,434 245,270 2,824,121 2,240,435 457,210 365,252 557,330 5,715,483 3,204 834,976 296,406 419,619 139,254 90,742 259,759 36,837 City Council City Clerk City Attorney City Manager Human Relations Finance Dept Administration Accounting Central Procurement Revenue Division Document Services Tort Liability, Insurance Government Buildings Human Rights Activities Non Operational Administration Capital Improvement Project Funding Transit Police Protection Investigations Patrol Records Community Relations Emergency Communications Police Grants Fire Protection Animal Shelter Operations & Adminis Deer Control HIS Department Administration Building Inspection Housing Inspection Public Works Administration Energy Conservation Engineering Streets Maintenance Parks & Rec Admin Recreation Parks Forestry Operations Cemetery Operations CBD Maintenance Library Library -Other Senior Center PCD Department Administration Urban Planning Neighborhood Services Public Art Community Development -Non Grant A Economic Development Storm Damage GRAND TOTAL 49,875,620 64,458,031 57,974,030 60,173,241 60,635,893 - 25 - D. GENERAL FUND YEAR-END CASH BALANCE The City of Iowa City’s policy is that General Fund cash balances will not go below fifteen percent (15%), with a ceiling of twenty-five percent (25%). During the FY2010 budget process, City Council further revised the reserve policy for General Fund so that unreserved / unrestricted cash balance in excess of twenty-five percent (25%) of expenditures be considered for tax relief. Expenditures in FY2010 reflect the use of cash balance to fund two capital projects (also discussed under Other Financial Uses): 420th Street infrastructure and reconstruction of Fire Station #2. In February, 2009, the Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA) released GASB Statement No. 54, which redefines the terminology used for fund balance reporting. Following is a summary of General Fund cash balance utilizing the new definitions. FY2009 FY2010 FY2011 FY2012 FY2013 Actual Amended Adopted Projected Projected Unassigned: 13,604,957$ 13,321,271$ 13,282,974$ 12,468,612$ 13,084,556$ Assigned: (Available for current and / or future operations) Fire Dept. Donations 21,253 21,253 21,253 21,253 21,253 Honor Guard Donation 1,054 1,054 1,054 1,054 1,054 Police Department Donations 1,448 1,448 1,448 1,448 1,448 Cemetery Flags & Flagpoles Program 612 612 612 612 612 Housing Trust Acct Council 14,455 14,455 14,455 14,455 14,455 38,823$ 38,823$ 38,823$ 38,823$ 38,823$ Committed: (Available for current and / or future operations) Library Equipment Replacement Reserve 81,791 79,166 64,923 81,236 97,486 Park Land Acquisition Reserve 185,753 185,733 185,733 185,733 185,733 Library Computer Replacement Reserve 107,333 61,530 42,946 85,914 128,882 Park Land Development Reserve 23,437 23,437 23,437 23,437 23,437 Transit Reserve: Grant & Levy Restrictions 1,674,147 1,576,176 1,639,733 1,870,097 2,051,374 Fire Equipment Replacement Reserve 352,741 393,753 477,030 574,511 661,549 Transit State Capital 376,503 105,989 105,989 105,989 105,989 2,801,705$ 2,425,784$ 2,539,791$ 2,926,917$ 3,254,450$ Restricted Cash Balance: (Forfeitures, Dev./Constr. Escrows)1,727,492$ 1,759,545$ 1,659,545$ 1,659,545$ 1,659,545$ General Fund Ending Cash Balance 18,172,977$ 17,545,424$ 17,521,134$ 17,093,898$ 18,037,375$ General Fund Expenditures:49,875,620$ 64,458,031$ 57,974,030$ 60,173,241$ 60,635,893$ Unassigned Cash Balance as a % of Expenditures:27% 21% 23% 21% 22% General Fund Assigned, Committed & Restricted Cash Balance - 26 - General Fund cash balance is relied upon to provide cash flow during the first quarter of the fiscal year as the majority of property taxes are not received until October/November. The following chart demonstrates how expenditures have exceeded receipts in the first three months over the past ten years. 3 Months @ Sept. 30 Receipts Expenditures Shortfall FY2010 8,934,768$ 13,186,810$ (4,252,042)$ FY2009 6,496,526 13,877,093 (7,380,567) FY2008 7,041,379 12,484,773 (5,443,394) FY2007 7,881,225 13,014,632 (5,133,407) FY2006 6,315,525 12,105,987 (5,790,462) FY2005 6,040,943 10,889,278 (4,848,334) FY2004 4,595,488 11,049,590 (6,454,102) FY2003 4,806,797 9,410,440 (4,603,643) FY2002 4,387,107 8,818,510 (4,431,403) FY2001 4,449,250 9,233,286 (4,784,036) FY2000 4,321,697 8,730,848 (4,409,151) III. SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS Special Revenue Funds include Employee Benefits, Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), the HOME Program, Flood Recovery & Hazard Mitigation Grants, Road Use Tax, and Johnson County Council of Governments (JCCOG). A. Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) & HOME Program – These funds account for revenue from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and are restricted in use for eligible projects as defined by federal regulations. Monies are utilized by both businesses and individual homeowners for property rehabilitation and community development initiatives. In FY2011, CDBG federal revenue is budgeted at $797,000 and the HOME program at $680,000. B. Flood Recovery & Hazard Mitigation Grants - Grants totaling $26.5 million are budgeted for hazard mitigation (including the home-buyout program) and business / residential assistance in FY2010. This includes monies from FEMA, CDBG and the JUMPSTART Iowa Fund, with receipts and expenditures anticipated to extend into FY2011. C. Road Use Tax Fund - Road Use Tax Fund activities are financed through state-distributed Road Use Tax and TIME-21 revenue, which is based on vehicle registration fees, motor vehicle fuel taxes, rental vehicle excise taxes and a use tax on trailers. Funds are distributed back to cities based on a per capita formula. Expenditures include operational costs in the Streets and Traffic Engineering Divisions, funding to JCCOG Transportation Planning, and annual repair and maintenance projects within the CIP program. Municipalities were advised by both the IDOT and the Iowa League of Cities to budget Road Use Tax receipts conservatively for FY2011, as projections from November, 2009, were “subject to dramatic changes” as consumers respond to the change in economic conditions. On April 1, 2010, notice was received from the IDOT which lowered the prior FY2011 estimate from $92.50 to $90.50. Based on a population of 62,380; revised revenue estimates for Iowa City are $5.65 million, $5.96 and $6.08 million in FY2011 - 2013. This fund will continue to be closely monitored throughout FY2011 and will require administrative review due to a projected ending cash balance at June 30, 2011, of ($237,244). - 27 - D. Johnson County Council of Governments (JCCOG) – JCCOG is designated as the Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) for the Iowa City Urbanized area. JCCOG coordinates planning efforts for all of Johnson County. Member agencies include Coralville, Iowa City, Johnson County, Lone Tree, North Liberty, Oxford, Shueyville, Solon, Swisher, Tiffin, University Heights and the University of Iowa. While funding is received from all member agencies, JCCOG is organized through a 28(E) agreement with the City of Iowa City. This provides for cost-sharing of clerical, accounting, office space and vehicle pool expenditures. A review of JCCOG’s funding allocation is recommended in future years due to anticipated constraints on RUT funding. IV. TIF SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS Tax Increment Financing Districts have been established in various locations in Iowa City to encourage economic development. TIF revenues are used to repay debt incurred for specific projects and to pay property tax rebates on increased valuation per development-specific agreements within the districts. As these agreements expire and/or their legal requirements are satisfied, tax revenue generated by the incremental valuation (increase in property values for the district since it was established) are released and future receipts are distributed to all taxing authorities. Valuations totaling $92.4 million were released for taxation by all taxing bodies in FY2011, $86.4 million of which was City-University I. Iowa City’s incremental TIF valuation for FY2011 is $25.4 million. V. DEBT SERVICE FUND This fund accounts for annual principal and interest payments due on general obligation debt of the City. Funding is provided by the debt service property tax levy, transfers from Water Operations, loan repayments and TIF district tax revenue. FY2010 through 2013 G.O. bond issues are estimated to be $7.5 million, $11.0 million, $9.9 million and $7.4 million, respectively. As stated in the City's Fiscal Policy, "Debt incurred as a general obligation of the City of Iowa City shall not exceed statutory limits: presently 5% of the total assessed value of property within the corporate limits as established by the City Assessor." The following schedule and graph depict current and estimated future debt margins for the City as of December, 2009. Property valuations for FY2011 have been certified by the County Auditor’s office, FY2012 and FY2013 are estimated at two percent (2%) growth annually. Fiscal Year Total (100%) Property Valuation Allowable Debt Margin (5% of Total Property Val.) Outstanding Debt at July 1 of Allowable Debt Margin Outstanding Debt as a Percentage of Total Valuations FY02 2,692,448,464 134,622,423 61,565,000 46%2.3% FY03 2,909,644,383 145,482,219 85,260,000 59%2.9% FY04 2,962,505,107 148,125,255 79,100,000 53%2.7% FY05 3,195,170,779 159,758,539 85,085,000 53%2.7% FY06 3,214,973,037 160,748,652 85,290,000 53%2.7% FY07 3,732,590,506 186,629,525 85,060,000 46%2.3% FY08 3,931,783,525 196,589,176 85,840,000 44%2.2% FY09 4,280,833,857 214,041,693 87,090,000 41%2.0% FY10 4,315,084,693 215,754,235 84,995,000 39%2.0% FY11 4,370,663,185 218,533,159 82,520,000 38%1.9% *FY12 4,457,100,000 222,855,000 82,338,835 37%1.8% *FY13 4,547,262,000 227,363,100 79,396,788 35%1.7% * Estimate - 28 - G.O. Debt Outstanding - by Fiscal Year - 0 50 100 150 200 250FY04FY05FY06FY07FY08FY09FY10FY11*FY12*FY13Fiscal Year (FY)Millions of Dollars ($)Allowable Debt Margin Outstanding Debt at July 1 * Estimated Iowa City’s internal fiscal policy was revised in April, 2010, upon recommendation of the Finance Director to specify that the "debt service levy shall not exceed 30% of the city levy in any one fiscal year." The following chart shows the debt service levy as a percentage of the city levy rate for FY2004 through 2013. Fiscal years 2012 and 2013 are based on estimated financing requirements for capital projects and are subject to changes in other levy rates (based on operating costs) and future changes in property valuations. Debt Service Levy As a Percentage of Total Property Tax Levy 26.0% 23%23%22% 24%24% 25.0%26.2%25.5% 22% 0% 5% 10% 15% 20% 25% 30%20042005200620072008200920102011*2012*2013Fiscal Year (FY)* Estimated (30% Recommended Maximum) Note: Fiscal years 2007 and 2008 had one-time reductions in the debt levy of $638,200 and $934,947, which resulted in foregone debt levies of $0.27 and $0.385 respectively, funded from the General Fund. - 29 - VI. BUSINESS-TYPE ACTIVITES Business-type funds include Parking, Wastewater Treatment, Water, Refuse, Landfill, Airport, Broadband Telecommunications, Housing Authority, and Stormwater Management. These activities are primarily self-supported through user fees for services provided. The exceptions to this are the Iowa City Airport and Housing Authority. The Iowa City Airport is not self-supported at this time and receives property tax subsidy. The Housing Authority is primarily a federally funded program. A. Parking Fund – A number of changes in parking fines and fees were approved by City Council to be effective July 1, 2009, including an increase in on-street hourly parking in the downtown area, parking citations for expired meters and monthly permits for all parking garages. City Council also directed staff to provide warning citations to first-time violators. In view of this change, revenue estimates were amended in FY2010 and will be reviewed mid-year in FY2011. Cash balance is projected to decrease in future years. Under expenditures, Other Financial Uses includes the use of parking impact fees to draw down the Near Southside land acquisition loan by $519,430 in FY2010 and capital project funding of $1.4 million in FY2011 for consultant services and design costs associated with the Near Southside Multi-use Parking Facility. B. Water Fund - No change in user fees is recommended at this time as fund balance remains healthy. C. Wastewater Treatment Fund - No change in user fees is recommended at this time. Capital project funding includes $840,000 from cash in FY2011 and FY2012 for South Wastewater Plant Expansion. This project involves the relocation of North Wastewater operations to the South Plant. Other funding for the project includes $22.0 million in federal EDA grants (application submitted), $13.6 million in local options sales tax, $5.0 million in CDBG Public Infrastructure grants and $3.5 million in I-JOBS funding. D. Refuse Collection - Fee Increase: $.50 in FY2011 Refuse fees are scheduled to increase $.50 per month during the fall of 2010, bringing the minimum bill to $15.50/month. Personnel and vehicle operations (including fuel) account for the majority of costs in this fund. Roll-out refuse carts continue to be well-received, for which reason the number purchased is recommended to double temporarily in FY2011 to $132,000. E. Landfill Operations - Landfill fees remain unchanged at this time. Capital project funding includes $2.625 million in FY2011 for additional improvements at the Eastside Recycling Center and $3.5 million for continued construction of a ‘super’ cell. - 30 - F. Airport Operations - The FY11 budget maintains current operations and includes continued repayment of interfund loans used to construct hangars at the airport. General Fund support has returned to $100,000 annually in FY2011, as directed by City Council during the spring of 2009. A large bay hangar will be constructed for the Fixed Based Operator to lease in FY2011. The project is estimated at $1.0 million, with $500,000 funding from state grants and $500,000 in general obligation bond funding. G. Broadband Telecommunications - This fund accounts for activities within the Cable TV division. Functions include administration of the cable television franchise agreement, local programming on City Channel 4 and interactive services on InfoVision Channel 5. The primary funding source for this division is a five percent (5%) cable franchise fee, which is part of a non-exclusive franchise agreement and budgeted at $664,000 in FY2011. The Community Television Service (CTS), a project of the Cable TV division, produces programs for nonprofit organizations and cablecasts local public meetings. The CTS receives 55 cents per cable customer per month to produce this programming under the new agreement with Mediacom. Revenue from this pass-through fee is estimated at $112,000 for FY2011. H. Stormwater Management - Iowa City is now required to implement various programs related to stormwater quality under a federally mandated Stormwater Permit. Stormwater user fees are $2.00/month per Equivalent Residential Unit (ERU) and are budgeted at $630,000 in FY2011. Capital project funding includes $500,000 in FY2011 for the Riverside Drive & Arts Campus Stormsewer, and $250,000 in FY2012 for Scott Park Development. I. Housing Authority The Iowa City Housing Authority is projected to receive $6.9 million in federal funding through the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (H.U.D.) in FY2011. These monies finance programs to assist individuals and families in obtaining affordable housing. VII. INTERNAL SERVICE FUNDS Internal service funds include Equipment / Fleet Maintenance, Central Services, Risk Management Loss Reserves, Health and Dental Insurance Reserves and the Information Technology Services Fund. Each of these activities is funded by the departments and divisions which utilize their services, with projected increases as follows:  Health and dental insurance premiums are projected to increase ten percent (10%) in FY2011 and six percent (6%) in FY2012 and FY2013. - 31 - CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA SUMMARY OF TRANSFERS BETWEEN FUNDS RECEIPTS -TRANSFERS IN Transfer To:Transfer From:Description 2011 2012 2013 GENERAL FUND NON-OPERATIONAL ADMINISTRATION Non-Operational Adm Empl Benefits Levy 7,967,275 8,880,497 9,746,031 TRANSIT Mess Transit Admin Empl Benefits Levy 991,137 1,046,154 1,102,897 HOUSING & INSPECTION SERVICES HIS Department Admi ICHA/HIS Admin Serve 25,000 25,000 25,000 PARKS & RECREATION Forestry Operations RUT Rt of Wey Maint 64,410 66,572 68,643 LIBRARY Library Admins Cable TV to Libr AV 55,000 55,000 55,000 Lib Computer Repl Library Rae Funding 42,968 42,968 42,968 Library Equip Repl Library Res Funding 19,454 19,454 19,454 SENIOR CENTER Senior Center Oper Sr. Gift Fund Contrb 19,000 19,000 19,000 TIF Economic Developmen Airport 10% ED Coord 10,219 10,848 11,485 Economic Developmen Westewtr 20% EDCoord 20,438 21,696 22,969 Economic Developmen Water 20% ED Coord 20,438 21,696 22,969 TOTAL GENERAL FUND 9,235,339 10,208,885 11,136,416 DEBT SERVICE DEBT SERVICE GO Debt Service Adm GO Debt Service Adm GO Debt Service Adm GO Debt Service Adm 2002 Water Abatement 2006 Water Abatement GRIP Loan Repayments Lib Commercial Prop 362,287 382,723 40,000 100,000 370,514 371,590 40,000 100,000 377,689 360,458 40,000 100,000 TOTAL DEBT SERVICE 885,010 882,104 878,147 ENTERPRISE FUNDS PARKING 09 Parking Rev Bond 2009 0kg Refunded DS 846,700 846,700 846,250 WASTEWATER 2001 Sewer Rev Bond Bond & Int Sink—02 9/08 Sewer Rev Bond 2009 Sewer Refundin 2001 Sewer Debt Serv 2002 Sewer Debt Serv 2008 Sewer Refund DS 2009 Sewer Refund DS 478,815 3,252,580 2,501,275 558,425 478,815 3,102,180 2,486,925 793,275 1,553,815 0 2,487,325 793,050 WATER 2002 Water Rev Bond 9/08 WaterRefund Bd 2009 Water Refundin 2002 Water Debt Sarv 2008 Water Refund DS 2009 Water Refund OS 623,238 609,175 850,138 624,955 608,375 851,938 621,155 611,350 857,938 LANDFILL Landfill Repl Rsrv Landfill Repl Rsrv Landfill Repl Rsrv Landfill Repl Rsrv Landfill Repl Rsrv Landfill Repl Rsrv Landfill Repl Rsrv Landfill Repl Rsrv Landfill Repl Rsrv Landfill Repl Rsrv Landfill Repl Rsrv Corp Hanger Ln Repay Court St. Daycare Fire Station #4 Fire Station 2 Repay LF Repi Reserve Fndg S,Side Pkg Ln Repay SE T-Henger Ln Repay SW T-Hangar Ln Repay Sand Lake Loan Repay Sr Ctr Env Ln Repay UI Hanger Expan Repy 14,239 52,105 0 31,359 500,000 101,885 8,419 6,512 18,545 6,545 12,920 14,750 53,145 52,102 32,552 500,000 106,852 8,731 6,749 19,383 6,844 13,404 15,420 54,230 54,395 33,963 500,000 112,534 9,119 7,052 20,291 7,160 13,993 AIRPORT Airport Operations GF Prop Tax Support 100,000 100,000 100,000 BROADBAND TELECOMMUNICATIONS BTC Equip Repl RSrv Cable Equip Reserve 25,000 25,000 25,000 TOTAL ENTERPRISE FUNDS .10,697,877 10,732,685 8,724,040 - 32 - CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA SUMMARY OF TRANSFERS BETWEEN FUNDS RECEIPTS -TRANSFERS IN Transfer To:Transfer From:Description 2011 2012 2013 O'l'NER FUNDS - SUDGETARY PARKING CAPITAL PROJECTS NearSoSide MultiUse From Parking Operati Annual Wtr Main Pro From Water Oper. PlantWellhsSrcProte From Water Operation Landfill Cell FY09 From Landfill Operat Eestside Racyc From Landfill Operat 1,400,000 500, 000 840,000 5,660,000 3, 500, 000 2,625,000 500,000 500, 000 1,091, 261 185,000 0 0 2,160,000 1,095,000 120,000 0 0 30, 000 30,000 50, 000 0 20, 000 400,000 400,000 100,000 0 0 0 0 25,000 0 800, 000 0 60, 000 100,000 164, 000 0 0 440,000 0 500,000 840,000 4, 260, 000 0 0 540,000 185,000 0 0 3,560,000 0 0 0 120,000 30, 000 30, 000 0 0 20,000 400,000 0 0 0 100,000 0 0 25,000 2,100, 000 0 0 60,000 0 0 380,000 0 0 3, 000, 000 500, 000 0 0 0 0 185,000 200, 000 80, 000 7, 820, 000 0 0 120,000 30,000 30,000 0 50,000 20, 000 400,000 0 0 100, 000 0 1,040,000 100,000 25,000 0 0 845,000 60,000 0 0 0 760, 000 0 0 WASTEWATER TREATMENT CAPITAL PROJECT Annl Sewer Main Pro Wastewater Treatment SowastewaterPlntExp From Wastewater Oper SoWastewaterPlntExp Local Option Taxes 600,000 88,498 Runway 7 Parall Grd From Runway 7 Txwy Pvng& From Apron Racon&Con Txw From Corporate Hangar L From Rnwyl2 -300bstrMtgtn From Airport Equip Shalt From 10 Unit T-Hangar From EntranceRd&PrkngLtR From Airport Perimeter R From 11 GO Sends FY12 GO Bonds FY13 GO Bonds 11 GO Bonds 11 GO Bonds 11 GO Bonds FY13 GO Bonds 11 GO Bonds FY12 GO Bonds 600,000 0 0 0 0 116,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 10,000 112, 500 0 0 500, 000 23,750 7,500 0 12,500 0 600,000 0 0 0 0 0 82,975 0 0 0 50, 000 0 0 WATER CAPITAL PROJECTS LANDFILL CAPITAL PROJECTS AIRPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS STORM SEWER CAPITAL PROJECTS STREET & TRAFFIC CAPITAL PROJECTS BRIDGE CAPITAL PROJECTS OTHER PUBLIC WORKS CAPITAL PROJECTS PARKS & RECREATION CAPITAL PROJECTS RvrsdDrvArtsCampus From Stormwater Northside Mrktp Str From 11 GO Bonds Lwr Msctn-Krkwd/Frs LwrMsctn-Krkwd/First Street Pavement Mrk Street Pavmt Marking Park Road 3rd Lens From FY13 GO Bonds Dubuque St Elevatio From FY13 GO Bonds Dubuque St Elevatio Local Option Taxes Sycmre-Brns to Ci L From 11 GO Bonds Traffic Signal Proj From 11 GO Bonds Traffic Signal Proj From 13 GO Bonds Traffic Signal Proj From FY12 GO Bonds Traffic Calming Road Use Tax Overwidth Paving/SW Overwidth Paving Curb Ramps-ADA From 11 GO Bonds Curb Ramps-ADA From FY13 GO Bonds Brick Street Repair Biennial Brick Sts Pavement Rehabiliti Pavement Rehab. Scott Blvd Overlay From 11 GO Bonds Sidewalk Infill From 11 GO Bonds Sidewalk Infill From 13 GO Bonds Sidewalk Infill From FY12 GO Bonds Brlngtn/Clntn Intrs From FY13 GO Bonds Brlngtn/Clntn Intrs From Water Operation RR Crossings- City Railroad Crossings 1st Ave/IAIS RR 1st Ave /IAIS 1st Ave/IAIS RE From 11 GO Bonds 1st Ave/IAIS RR From FY13 GO Bonds Bridge Maintenance Annual Bridge Maint IaRvrPwrDamPedBrdgR From 11 GO Bonds Rochester Ave Bridg From 11 GO Bonds Dubuque/I-8oPedBrid From FY12 GO Bonds Dubuque/I-8opedBrid From FY13 GO Bonds Vehicle Wash System From 11 GO Bonds Foster Road Elevati From FY12 GO Bonds Parks Annual Improv Parks Annual Improv Parks Annual Improv HckryHillRestrm&Bri Cemetery Resurfacng From From From From From 11 GO Bonds 13 GO Bonds FY12 GO Bonds 11 GO Bonds FY12 GO Bonds 200, 000 0 0 150, 000 0 0 0 200,000 0 50,000 0 200,000 0 0 0 - 33 - CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA SUMMARY OF TRANSFERS BETWEEN FUNDS RECEIPTS -TRANSFERS IN 0 250,000 0 95,000 95,000 90, 000 85,000 0 500 000 250,000 0 0 0 0 2,000,000 U U 0 0 0 0 Rec Ctr Improvement N MarketSqPk Redeve Mercer Pool Solariu From 11 Go Bonds From 11 GO Bonds MrcrPool Solarium Rn 225,000 280,000 220,000 0 U 0 STREET SYSTEM MAINTENANCE Road Use Tax Empl Benefits Levy 398,954 425,432 456,501 COMMUNITY & ECON DVLP CIP Community & Econ Dv From FY13 GO Bonds Community & Econ Dv GRIP Loans 0 0 0 200,000 200,000 U GRAND TOTAL -TRANSFERS BETWEEN FUNDS 50,975,877 43,297,410 38,795,860 Transfer To,Transfer From:Description Tarry Trueblood Rec From FY13 GO Bonds Terry Trueblood Rec Sand Lake Soccer Park Improve From FY12 GO Bonds CourtHillPkRestroom Court Hill Restroom Kiwanis Park Rastrm Kiwanis Park Restrm CollegeGreenLightRp From 11 GO Bonds parkSidewalkReplacm From 11 GO Bonds 2011 2012 2013 Ped Bridge RckyShor Intra-city Bike Trl Intra-city Bike Trl Intra-city Bike Trl ScottPrkoev &Trail ScottPrkDev &Trail TTRA Trail Connecti HwylSdwlkTrl -Rvr/Su From FY13 GO Bonds From 11 GO Bonds From FY12 GO Bonds From FY13 GO Bonds From FY13 GO Bonds From Stormwater From 11 GO Bonds From FY12 GO Bonds TRAILS CAPITAL PROJECTS CULTURE & RECREATION CAPITAL PROJECT PUBLIC SAFETY CAPITAL PROJECTS ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT CAPITAL PROJECT OTHER GENERAL GOVERNMENT CAPITAL PRO 0 50,000 0 0 0 0 94,000 0 From From From From From 11 GO Bonds FY12 GO Bonds FY13 GO Bonds 11 GO Bonds 11 GO Bonds Fire Apparatus Fire Apparatus Fire Apparatus Fire Station #4 An Shel Repl PW3039 RiverfrontCrossings TowncrestRedevelopm TowncrestRedevelopm City Hall-Othr Proj City Hall-Othr Proj City Hall-Othr Proj GIS Software 0 0 50,000 0 U 250,000 0 1,000,000 0 0 0 U 634, 000 0 0 0 0 0 600, 000 0 50,000 U 0 260, 000 0 0 50, 000 363,841 0 0 0 0 U 0 0 0 60, 000 0 0 U 0 50, 000 927,000 700, 000 0 0 1,350,000 700, 000 200,000 400,000 0 50, 000 0 0 0 From 11 GO Bonds From 11 GO Bonds From FY12 GO Bonds From 11 GO Bonds From FY12 GO Bonds From FY13 GO Bonds From FY13 GO Bonds JCCOG TOTAL OTHER FUNDS -BUDGETARY JCCOG Administratio GF Prop Tax Support 143,156 146,019 148,940 JCCOG-General Trans Road Use Tax Op Supp 220,000 220,000 220,000 JCCOG-Rural Commnit General Levy 21,532 22,285 23,000 30,157,651 21,473,736 18,057,257 - 34 - CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA SUMMARY OF TRANSFERS BETWEEN FUNDS DISBURSEMENTS -TRANSFERS OUT Transfer From:Transfer To:Description 2011 2012 2013 DEBT GENERAL Fire Station #4 Repy Fire Station 2 Repay TRANS IT TOTAL GENERAL FUND LANDFILL Court St. Daycare 52,105 53,145 54,230 8,374,665 8,433,752 8,443,401 LANDFILL GENERAL FUND FIRE LIBRARY NON-OPERATIONAL ADMINISTRATION PARKS & RECREATIDN SENIDR CENTER 2002 GD Abatement Equip Repl Reserve PC Repl Reserve Fndg AIRPORT Airport Dper Subsidy JCCOG Annual ECICOG Supprt JCCOG Admin/Hmn Serv STREET SYSTEM MAINT DubuqueStElevation WASTEWATER SWWTP Expansion 0 31,359 100, 000 19,454 42,968 100, 000 21,532 143,156 2,160,000 5,660,000 18,546 19,000 6,545 LANDFILL GENERAL LANDFILL 52, 102 32,552 100, 000 19,454 42,968 100, 000 22,285 146, 019 3,560,000 4,260,000 19,383 19,000 6,844 54,395 33, 963 100,000 19,454 42, 968 100,000 23,000 148,940 7, 820, 000 0 20, 291 19,000 7,160 Sand Lake Loan Repay Sr Ctr Scholarship Bldg Env Loan Repay ENTERPRISE FUNDS AIRPORT LANDFILL TIF Corp Hangar Ln Repay SE T-Hangar Ln Repay SW T-Hangar Ln Repay UI Hangar Expan Repy Econ 0ev Coord 10% 14,239 8,419 6,512 12,920 10,219 14,760 8,731 6,749 13,404 10,848 15,420 9,119 7,052 13,993 11,485 BROADBAND TELECOMMUNICATIONS BROADBAND TELECOMMU LIBRARY Cable Equip Reserve Cable TV to Libr AV 25,000 55,000 25,000 55,000 25,000 55,000 HOUSING AUTHORITY HOUSING & INSPECTIO HIS Director 25,000 25,000 25,000 LANDFILL EASTSIDE RECYC LANDFILL LANDFILL CELL FY09 EastsdeRecyclingCntr LF Repl Reserve Fndg 2nd Half of FYO9Cell 2,625,000 500,000 3,500,000 0 500,000 0 0 500,000 0 PARKING LANDFILL NEARSOSIDE MULTIUSE PARKING DEBT SERVIC S.Side Pkg Ln Repay NearSoSideMultUseFac 2009 Pkg Refunded DS 101,886 1,400,000 846,700 106,852 0 846,700 112,534 0 846,250 STORM MATER MANAGEMENT RVRSDDRVARTSCANPUS SCOTTPRKDEV &TRAIL RvrsdDrvArtsCampus ScottParkoevelpmt&Tl 500,000 0 0 250,000 0 0 WASTEWATER ANNL SEWER MAIN PRO SOWASTEWATERPLNTEXP TIF WSTWTR DEBT SERVICE Annual Main Replcmnt SWWT Plant Expansion Econ Dev Coord 20% 2001 Sewer Debt Serv 2002 Sewer Debt Serv 2008 Sewer Refund 05 2009 Sewer Refund DS 500,000 840,000 20,438 478,815 3,252,580 2,501,275 658,425 500,000 840,000 21,696 478,815 3,102,180 2,486,925 793,275 500,000 0 22,969 1,553,815 0 2,487,325 793,050 WATER ANNUAL WTR MAIN PRO BRLNGTN/CLNTN INTRS DEBT SERVICE PLANTWELLHSSRCPROTE TIF WATER DEBT SERVICE Water Annual Mains Burl/Clinton Intrsct 2002 GO Abatement 2006 GO Refund Abate PlntStWllHseSrcProt Econ 0ev Coord 20% 2002 Water Debt Serv 2008 Water Refund 05 2009 Water Refund OS 600,000 0 362,287 382,723 88,498 20,438 623,238 609,175 850,138 600,000 0 370,514 371,590 0 21,696 624,955 608,375 851,938 600,000 100,000 377,689 360,458 0 22,969 621,155 611,350 857,938 - 35 - CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA SUMMARY OF TRANSFERS BETWEEN FUNDS DISBURSEMENTS -TRANSFERS OUT Transfer From:Transfer To:Description 2011 2012 2013 TOTAL ENTERPRISE FUNDS 21,418,925 13,535,003 10,529,571 OTHER FUNDS -BUDGETARY AIRPORT COMMUNITY & ECON DV FIRE GENERAL GOVT CAP AC OTHER PH CAP ACQ/CI PARKS & RECREATION Airport Perimeter Rd Runway 7 Taxi Paving GRIP Loans TowncrestRedevmlopmt Fire Apparatus City Hall- Other Foster Rd Elevation Cemetery Resurfacing Hwyl SdwlkTrl/toSuns Intr City Bike Trail Parks Annual Sand Lake Soccer Park Improvs let Ave /IAIS Dubuque/I -8oPedBridg LwrMsctn-Krkwd/First Sidewalk Infill Traffic Signal Prjct AIRPORT 10 Unit T-Hangar TerminalApronRehab COMMUNITY & ECON DV GRIP Loans FIRE Fire Apparatus GENERAL GOVT CAP AC City Hall-other GIS software PARKS & RECREATION Intr City Bike Trail 500, 000 7,500 12, 500 23,750 112, 500 700, 000 200,000 400, 000 700, 000 1,350, 000 50, 000 500, 000 440, 000 90, 000 95,000 150,000 50, 000 95, 000 220, 000 250,000 55,000 200,000 225, 000 250, 000 94, 000 50, 000 500,000 100, 000 1,091,261 164,000 400,000 100, 000 1,095,000 120, 000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10,000 0 0 116,000 0 0 200,000 0 0 600,000 0 634,000 0 50,000 0 3,000,000 0 50,000 0 1,000,000 0 50,000 0 200,000 0 500,000 0 250,000 0 2,100,000 0 380,000 0 540,000 0 100,000 0 120,000 0 50,000 0 82,975 0 200,000 0 60,000 0 50,000 0 927,000 0 50,000 AIRPORT Air Corp Hangar 'L' Airport Equip Sheltr AirportEntranceRoad& Rnwyl2-30 ObstrMtgtn Rnwy7 -2sPrlllTexiway ANIMAL CONTROL Animal Shelter Replc COMMUNITY & ECON DV RiverfrontCrossings TowncrestRedevelopmt FIRE Fire Apparatus FireStation#4Trucks GENERAL GOVT CAP AC City Hall-Other Proj OTHER PH CAP ACQ/CI NorthsideMarketPlcSt Vehicle Wash System PARKS & RECREATION CollegeGremnLightRpl Court Hill Restroom HckryHil lRestrm&Brdg Intr City Bike Trail Kiwanis Park Restrm MrcrPool Solarium Rn North Market Square ParkSidewalkReplecmt Parks Annual Maint Rec Center Improvs Sand Lake TTRA Trail Connectn STREET SYSTEM MAINT Biennial Curb Ramp First Ave Overpass IaRvrDamPedBridRepr LwrMsctn- Krkwd/First Rochester Bridge Scott Blvd Overlay Sidewalk Infill Sycamore-Burns CtyLm TRAFFIC ENGINEERING Traffic Signal Prjct 2011 GO CONSTRN FNDS 2012 GO CONSTRUCT FN 2013 GO CONSTRUCT FN STREET SYSTEM MAINT TRAFFIC ENGINEERING 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 - 36 - CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA SUMMARY OF TRANSFERS BETWEEN FUNDS DISBURSEMENTS -TRANSFERS OUT Transfer From:Transfer To:Description 2011 2012 2013 Parks annual Impr Rocky Shr Ped Bridge ScottParkDev&Trail TerryTruebloodRecAra 1st Ave /IAIS Biennial Curb Ramp Burl/Clinton Intersc Dubuque St Elevation Dubuque/I -8oPedBridg ParkRoad 3rd Lane Sidewalk Infill TrafficSignalProj ect 0 200,000 0 250,000 0 363,841 0 2,000,000 0 845,000 0 50,000 0 1040,000 0 80,000 0 760,000 0 200,000 0 100,000 0 120,000 COMMUNITY & ECON DVLP CIP DEBT SERVICE GO Bond Abatement 40,000 40,000 7,967,275 398,954 991,137 8,880,497 425,432 1,045,154 9,746,031 456, 501 1,102,897 GRAND TOTAL -TRANSFERS BETWEEN FUNDS 50,975,877 43,297,410 38,795,860 STREET SYSTEM MAINT TRAFFIC ENGINEERING 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 NON-OPERATIONAL ADM GF All Other Emp Ben STREET SYSTEM MAINT Empl Benefits Levy TRANSIT Transit Empl Benefit EMPLOYEE BENEFITS ROAD USE TAX TOTAL OTHER FUNDS -BUDGETARY 40,000 JCCOG PARES & RECREATION STREET SYSTEM MAINT TRAFFIC ENGINEERING JCCOG Trans Planning Forestry Nt/Way Mnt Annual Bridge Maint Biennial Brick Sts Overwidth Paving Pavement Rehab. Railroad Crossings Street Pavmt Marking Traffic Calming 220,000 220,000 220,000 64,410 66,572 68,643 60,000 60,000 50,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 30,000 30,000 30,000 400,000 400,000 400,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 185,000 185,000 185,000 30,000 30,000 30,000 - 37 - CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA ADDITIONAL POSITIONS APPROVED FOR 2011 Department Patrol Emergency Comm Emergency Comm Fire Emergency Oper Fire Emergency Oper TOTAL GENERAL FUND Water Dist SystemWater Dist System TOTAL ENTERPRISE FUNDS Pos ± t ion POLICE OFFICER EMERG COMM DISPATCH EMERG COMM SUPER FIRE LIEUTENANT FIREFIGHTER M.W.I -METER READER M.W.I -WATER CUSTOMER SERVIC Salary / FTE*Wages 6.00 243,429 -10.25 -433,477 -1.00 -48,381 3.00 55,830 6.00 217,794 3.75 35,195 -1.00 1.00 .00 2011 TOTAL -ADDITIONAL POSITIONS RECOMMENDED *FTE =Full Time Equivalent 3.75 36,407 62,444 98,851 Additional Positions Requested For 2011 NOT RECOMMENDED In 2011 Financial Plan 2011 TOTAL -NOT RECOMMENDED IN 2011 2.50 104,123 53,524 157,647 * FTE =Full Time Equivalent Benefits 142,804 -220, 861 -22,489 31,799 131,006 62,259 -20,258 20,443 185 Total 386,233 -654,338 -70,870 87,629 348,800 97,454 -54, 102 55,499 1,397 -33, 844 35, 056 1,212 Department Position FTE* 1.00 1.00 .25 .25 Wages 48,934 32,677 8,981 13,531 Benefits 22,574 20,079 5,108 5,763 Total 71,508 52,756 14,089 19,294 Park Maint Admin/Sup Parks Oper & Maint Library Bldg Maint Computer Systems ASST SUPERINTENDENT - M.W.I -PARKS MWI -LIBRARY LIBRARY WEB SPECIALIST FORESTRY TOTAL GENERAL FUND 2.50 104,123 53,524 157,647 - 38 - City of Iowa City Full Time Equivalent's Comparison FY2010 - FY2011 Full Part Full Part Cost Center Time Time Total Time Time Total City Council 7.00 - 7.00 7.00 - 7.00 City Clerk 4.00 - 4.00 4.00 - 4.00 City Attorney 5.00 0.60 5.60 5.00 0.60 5.60 City Manager 3.00 - 3.00 3.00 - 3.00 Personnel 4.00 - 4.00 4.00 - 4.00 Finance Administration 2.65 0.21 2.86 2.65 0.21 2.86 Accounting 7.00 - 7.00 7.00 - 7.00 Purchasing 3.25 0.75 4.00 3.25 0.75 4.00 Revenue Division 6.50 1.38 7.88 6.50 1.38 7.88 Document Services 3.50 - 3.50 3.50 - 3.50 Tort Liability, Insurance 1.00 - 1.00 1.00 - 1.00 Operations & Maintenance 4.33 0.63 4.96 4.33 0.63 4.96 Human Rights 2.00 0.50 2.50 2.00 0.50 2.50 Transit 40.00 16.25 56.25 40.00 16.25 56.25 Police Department Administration 5.00 - 5.00 5.00 - 5.00 Criminal Investigation 8.00 - 8.00 8.00 - 8.00 Patrol 65.00 - 65.00 71.00 - 71.00 Records & Identification 6.00 - 6.00 6.00 - 6.00 Crime Prevention 1.00 - 1.00 1.00 - 1.00 Emergency Communications 16.25 - 16.25 5.00 - 5.00 Johnson County Task Force Grant 1.00 - 1.00 1.00 - 1.00 Domestic Violence Grant 1.00 - 1.00 1.00 - 1.00 Fire Adminstration 4.00 - 4.00 4.00 - 4.00 Fire Emergency Operations 50.00 - 50.00 59.00 - 59.00 Fire Prevention 2.00 - 2.00 2.00 - 2.00 Fire Training 1.00 - 1.00 1.00 - 1.00 Shelter Operations & Administration 6.00 - 6.00 6.00 - 6.00 HIS Department Administration 2.00 - 2.00 2.00 - 2.00 Building Inspection 7.50 0.30 7.80 7.50 0.30 7.80 Housing Inspections 5.25 0.50 5.75 5.25 0.50 5.75 Flood Recovery 0.40 - 0.40 0.40 - 0.40 Public Works Administration 2.00 - 2.00 2.00 - 2.00 Engineering Services 12.10 - 12.10 12.10 - 12.10 Parks & Rec Administration 2.00 - 2.00 2.00 - 2.00 Recreation 13.67 1.75 15.42 13.67 1.75 15.42 Parks 13.00 - 13.00 13.00 - 13.00 Forestry Operations 3.00 - 3.00 3.00 - 3.00 Cemetery Operations 3.00 - 3.00 3.00 - 3.00 CBD Maintenance Operations 3.00 - 3.00 3.00 - 3.00 Library 32.00 11.14 43.14 32.00 11.14 43.14 Senior Center Operations 5.81 0.50 6.31 5.81 0.50 6.31 PCD Department Admin 2.05 0.50 2.55 2.05 0.50 2.55 Urban Planning 3.00 0.50 3.50 3.00 0.50 3.50 Neighborhood Services 1.00 - 1.00 1.00 - 1.00 Non-Grant Community Development 0.95 0.10 1.05 0.95 0.10 1.05 Economic Development 1.00 - 1.00 1.00 - 1.00 Total - General Fund 372.21 35.61 407.82 375.96 35.61 411.57 FY2010 FY2011 - 39 - City of Iowa City Full Time Equivalent's Comparison FY2010 - FY2011 Full Part Full Part Cost Center Time Time Total Time Time Total FY2010 FY2011 Parking Administration & Operations 23.00 9.75 32.75 23.00 9.75 32.75 Wastewater Treatment Administration & Ops 25.60 - 25.60 25.60 - 25.60 Water Administration & Operations 31.50 1.25 32.75 31.50 1.25 32.75 Refuse Collection Administration & Operations 20.35 - 20.35 20.35 - 20.35 Landfill Administration & Operations 15.00 0.50 15.50 15.00 0.50 15.50 Landfill Capital Acquisition/CIP 2.00 - 2.00 2.00 - 2.00 Airport Operations 1.00 0.75 1.75 1.00 0.75 1.75 Cable TV Administration & Support 4.19 0.75 4.94 4.19 0.75 4.94 Local Access Pass Through 1.00 0.75 1.75 1.00 0.75 1.75 Storm Water Management Operations 1.90 - 1.90 1.90 - 1.90 Iowa City Housing Authority 12.25 1.00 13.25 12.25 1.00 13.25 Total - Enterprise Funds 137.79 14.75 152.54 137.79 14.75 152.54 Non-Reimbursable Personnel 0.05 0.21 0.26 0.05 0.21 0.26 Road Use Tax - Traffic Engineering 4.15 - 4.15 4.15 - 4.15 Road Use Tax - Street Maintenance & Repair 25.50 - 25.50 25.50 - 25.50 CDBG Administration 1.15 0.13 1.28 1.15 0.13 1.28 CDBG Rehab-Project Delivery 1.20 0.40 1.60 1.20 0.40 1.60 HOME Administration 0.95 - 0.95 0.95 - 0.95 Flood Recovery & Mitigation - Grants 1.60 - 1.60 1.60 - 1.60 JCCOG Administration 1.60 - 1.60 1.60 - 1.60 JCCOG-General Transportation Planning 4.00 - 4.00 4.00 - 4.00 JCCOG Human Services 1.00 - 1.00 1.00 - 1.00 Information Technology Services 10.50 0.80 11.30 10.50 0.80 11.30 General Fleet Maintenance 9.50 0.38 9.88 9.50 0.38 9.88 Equipment Replacement 0.50 0.88 1.38 0.50 0.88 1.38 Mail Service 0.75 - 0.75 0.75 - 0.75 Risk Management Administration 1.80 0.21 2.01 1.80 0.21 2.01 Library Development Office Salary 1.00 - 1.00 1.00 - 1.00 Total - Other Funds 65.25 3.01 68.26 65.25 3.01 68.26 GRAND TOTAL - ALL FUNDS:575.25 53.37 628.62 579.00 53.37 632.37 - 40 - GOVERNMENT ACTIVITIES PUBLIC SAFETY Police Fire Housing & Inspection Services Animal Services Deer Control Flood Recovery & Hazard Mitigation F Y 2 0 1 1 Fund: 1000 General Class: 42100 POLICE SUMMARY CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA FINANCIAL PLAN FOR 2011 -2013 Personnel Services ADMINISTRATIVE SECRETARY COMM SERV OFFICER -EVIDENCE COMMUNITY SERVICE OFFICER COMPUTER SYST ANALYST —POLIC EMERG COMM DISPATCH SR POLICE RECORDS CLERK EMERG COMM SUPERVISOR POLICE CAPTAIN POLICE CHIEF POLICE LIEUTENANT POLICE OFFICER POLICE RECORDS CLERK POLICE SERGEANT RECORDS SUPERVISOR 103.25 98.00 2011 4,100 1,200 44,000 4,800 3,680 150,0001,4503,000 24,000 150,00015,0003,000 404,230 Property Tax -General Levy Other City Taxes Fed. Intergov. Rev. Other State Grants Local Govt 28e Agreements Police Services Fire Services Code Enforcement Contrib & Donations Printed Materials Misc Merchandise Other Misc Revenue Sale Of Assets Empi Benefits Levy 2009 2010 Actual Estimate 9,812,390 343, 866 16,328 134, 987 372, 925 68,737 6, 665 2,256 1,000 18, 650 7,806,415 357, 354 23,393 167,702 67,328 50,428 10,465 2, 174 17,690 12 133, 719 50,376 792,524 2011 Budget 9,644,940 547, 124 16, 904 158,240 67, 794 6, 665 2, 256 1,000 18, 950 81,233 24,000 2012 Proj ect ion 10, 386, 501 350,743 16, 904 158,240 65, 994 6, 665 2,256 1,000 18, 950 31,233 24,000 2013 Proj ection 10, 927, 975 357,758 16, 904 158,240 65, 994 6, 665 2, 256 1,000 18,950 31,233 24,000 27, 196 32,610 Total Receipts 9,479,580 10,837,610 Personnel 8,281,913 9,344,972 9,067,116 9,705,334 907,358 10,280,254 916,019Services751,284 873,372 900,662 200,864 204,702Supplies Capital Outlay 130,580 315,803 284,418 334,848 197,098 404,230 248,930 210,000 Total Expenditures 9,479,580 10,837,610 10,569,106 11,062,486 11,610,975 FTE Capital Outlay2010 1.00 1.00 9.00 1.00 10.25 2.00 1.00 2.00 1.00 4.00 59.00 2.00 9.00 1.00 2011 1.00 1.00 9.00 1.00 2.00 2.00 1.00 4.00 65.00 2.00 9.00 1.00 10 POLICE SHOTGUNS 10 SHOTGUN RACKS FOR SQUAD CARS 2 UNMARKED POLICE CARS 3 LED LIGHT BARS 40 FLASHLIGHTS AND HOLDERS 6 MARKED SQUAD CARS 8 BANK CHARGERS FOR FLASHLIGHTS BALLISTIC HELMETS COMMUNICATIONS FRONT DESK REMODEL LAND ACQUISITION PATROL VEHICLE EQUIPMENT TASK AND SIDE CHAIR REPLACEMENTS - 41 - CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA FINANCIAL PLAN FOR 2011 2013 Fund: 1000 General Center: 421100 Police Department Administration 32,569 610,384 5.00 5.00 2011 Property Tax -General Levy Other Misc Revenue Empi Benefits Levy Total Receipts 2009 2010 Actual Estimate 485,341 665,338 92,474 2011 Budget 687, 150 2012 Proj ection 715,038 2013 Proj ect ion 741,455 Personnel 554,227 584,771 627,826 655,096 680,884 Services 47,653 45,375 41,882 42,157 42,437 Supplies 8,504 16,192 17,442 17,785 18,134 Capital Outlay 19,000 665,338 687,150 715,038 741,455 Total Expenditures Personnel Services 610,384 665,338 687,150 715,038 741,455 FTE 2010 2011 ADMINISTRATIVE SECRETARY COMPUTER SYST ANALYST -POLIC POLICE CAPTAIN POLICE CHIEF POLICE SERGEANT 1. 00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Capital Outlay 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 - 42 - Fund: 1000 General Center: 421220 Patrol CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA FINANCIAL PLAN FOR 2011 -2013 5,454,514 424, 088 100,770 293,916 6,273,288 6,168,969 527,733 148,656 297,645 7,143,003 6,490, 913 551,707 137,334 230,230 7,410,184 6,994,050 557, 540 139,939 248,930 7,940,459 7,443, 709 563,488 142,593 210,000 8,359,790 Personnel Services COMM SERV OFFICER -EVIDENCE COMMUNITY SERVICE OFFICER POLICE CAPTAIN POLICE LIEUTENANT POLICE OFFICER POLICE SERGEANT 2011 4,100 1,200 44,000 4,800 3,680 150,000 1,450 3,000 15,000 3,000 230,230 Property Tax -General Levy Other City Taxes Fed. Intergov. Rev. Other State Grants Local Govt 28e Agreements Police Services Fire Services Code Enforcement Contrib & Donations Misc Merchandise Other Misc Revenue Sale Of Assets Empl Benefits Levy Total Receipts Personnel Services Supplies Capital Outlay Total Expenditures 2009 Actual 2010 Estimate 2011 Budget 2012 Projection 2013 Projection 5,143,887 357,354 2, 168 29,918 652 10,465 2,174 12 29,127 49,107 648,424 6,694,095 343,866 21,000 26,250 875 6,665 2,256 1,000 14,386 32,610 6,780,464 547,124 21,000 7,175 6,665 2,256 1,000 20,500 24,000 7,507,120 350,743 21,000 7,175 6,665 2,256 1,000 20,500 24,000 7,919,436 357,758 21,000 7,175 6,665 2,256 1,000 20,500 24,000 6,273,288 7,143,003 7,410,184 7,940,459 8,359,790 FTE -- 2010 2011 Capital Outlay 1.00 4 .00 1.00 3.00 50.00 6. 00 1.00 4. 00 1.00 3.00 56.00 6.00 10 POLICE SHOTGUNS 10 SHOTGUN RACKS FOR SQUAD CARS 2 UNMARKED POLICE CARS 3 LED LIGHT BARS 40 FLASHLIGHTS AND HOLDERS 6 MARKED SQUAD CARS 8 BANK CHARGERS FOR FLASHLIGHTS BALLISTIC HELMETS PATROL VEHICLE EQUIPMENT TASK AND SIDE CHAIR REPLACEMENTS 65.00 71.00 - 43 - Fund: 1000 General Center: 421210 Criminal Investigation CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA FINANCIAL PLAN FOR 2011 -2013 Fund: 1000 General Center: 421230 Records & Identification FTE 2010 2011 FTE 2010 2011 2.00 2.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 2.00 2.00 6.00 6.00 Capital Outlay Property Tax -General Levy Empi Benefits Levy Total Receipts 2009 2010 Actual Estimate 707,288 824,674 96,568 2011 Budget 867, 217 2012 Proj ection 916,072 Personnel 739,100 753,866 Services 34,389 45,804 Supplies 8,480 8,001 Capital Outlay 21,887 17,003 2013 Proj ection 963,497 803,856 824,674 867,217 916,072 963,497 Total Expenditures Personnel Services 809,339 857,784 904,791 45,120 45,281 45,445 12,758 13,007 POLICE LIEUTENANT POLICE OFFICER POLICE SERGEANT 803,856 824,674 867,217 916,072 963,497 1.00 6.00 1.00 1.00 6.00 1.00 Capital Outlay 2011 8.00 8.00 2009 2010 Actual Estimate 468,329 515,871 17,690 18,650 -4 2011 Budget 539,808 18, 950 Property Tax -General Levy Printed Materials Other Misc Revenue Sale Of Assets Empl Benefits Levy Total Receipts Personnel Services Supplies Total Expenditures Personnel Services 2012 Proj ection 558, 159 18, 950 2013 Proj ection 577,131 18,950 1,269 14, 963 502,247 534,521 558,758 577,109 596,081 427,635 71,550 3, 062 502,247 446,743 84, 971 2,807 534,521 464,279 88,273 6,206 558,758 481,735 89,056 6,318 POLICE RECORDS CLERK POLICE SERGEANT RECORDS SUPERVISOR SR POLICE RECORDS CLERK 499, 794 89,853 6,434 577,109 596,081 2011 - 44 - CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA FINANCIAL PLAN FOR 2011 -2013 Fund: 1000 General Center:421240 Patrol Contracted Services 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013ActualEstimateBudgetProjection Projection Property Tax -General Levy -13,350 -16,916 2,046 3,263 4,505 Police Services 49,776 67,862 58,819 58,819 58,819 Total Receipts 36,426 50,946 60,865 62,082 63,324 Personnel 36,426 50,946 60,865 62,082 63,324 Total Expenditures 36,426 50,946 60,865 62,082 63,324 Fund: 1000 General Center:421250 ICPD Forfeitures 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Actual Estimate Budget Projection Projection Property Tax -General Levy 100,000 Police Services 1,800 Other Misc Revenue 50,000 Total Receipts 151,800 Services 1,800 Capital Outlay 150,000 Total Expenditures 151,800 FTE Personnel Services 2010 2011 Capital Outlay 2011 LAND ACQUISITION 150,000 150,000 Fund:1000 General Center: 421320 Crossing Guards 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Actual Estimate Budget Projection Projection Property Tax -General Levy 60,490 63,422 63,184 63,371 63,558 Total Receipts 60,490 63,422 63,184 63,371 63,558 Personnel 60,338 61,722 61,884 62,046 62,208 Services 152 250 250 255 260 Supplies 1,450 1,050 1,070 1,090 Total Expenditures 60,490 63,422 63,184 63,37].63,558 - 45 - Fund: 1000 General Center:421340 Crime Prevention Personnel Services Supplies CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA FINANCIAL PLAN FOR 2011 -2013 2010 2011 2012EstimateBudgetProjection 94,544 100,395 94,544 100,395 105,768 93,462 4, 691 2,242 94,544 100,395 Personnel Services POLICE OFFICER FTE 2010 2011 1.00 1.00 Capital Outlay 2011 1.00 1.00 Fund: 1000 General Center: 421350 Training Intervention Procedures & Citizens Police Academy Personnel Supplies Total Expenditures 248 520 2,497 10,900 11,110 2,745 10,900 11,630 531 11,325 11,856 542 11,544 12,086 Property Tax -General Levy Total Receipts 2009 Actual Total Expenditures 2013 Proj ection 105,768 87, 676 4, 668 2,200 98, 769 4,714 2,285 105,768 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Actual Estimate Budget Projection Projection Property Tax -General Levy —9,377 -1,910 897 1,123 1,353 Other Misc Revenue 12,122 12,810 10,733 10,733 10,733 Total Receipts 2,745 10,900 11,630 11,856 12,086 - 46 - CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA FINANCIAL PLAN FOR 2011 -2013 Fund: 1000 General Center: 421550 Joint Emergency Communication Center of Johnson County 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Actual Estimate Budget Projection Projection 9,718 25,053 304,400 34,771 304,400 303,400 1,000 34,771 304,400 Johnson County's Joint Emergency Communications Center (JECC) will begin operations effective July 1, 2010. Prior to opening, administrative expenditures for JECC were accounted for through the City of Iowa City, as provided for by 28(E) agreement. During the FY2009 budget process, five (5.0) Community Service Officer positions were approved by City Council in order to ensure uninterrupted public access to the Iowa City Police Department. These positions, reflected below, will be managed by the Records Division of the IC PD. Fund:1000 General Center: 421500 Emergency Communications 2009 Actual 877,300 42,275 919,575 2010 Estimate 978, 344 42,275 1,020,619 2011 Budget 426, 107 Capital Outlay 2012 Proj ection 427, 595 2013 Proj ection 446, 065 5.00 5.00 FRONT DESK REMODEL 24,000 10.25 1.00 16.25 5.00 24,000 Property Tax -General Levy Local Govt 28e Agreements Total Receipts Personnel Services Supplies Total Expenditures 33,369 1,048 354 Property Tax -General Levy Local Govt 28e Agreements Total Receipts Personnel Services Supplies Capital Outlay Total Expenditures Personnel Services 426,107 427,595 446,065 797,382 125, 625 96, 412 1,200 1,020,619 791,224 121,438 6, 913 919,575 FTE 2010 2011 268,761 292,661 309,512 124,348 125,756 127,192 8,998 9,178 9,361 24,000 COMM SERV OFFICER EMERG COMM DISPATCH EMERG COMM SUPERVISOR 426,107 427,595 446,065 2011 - 47 - Fund: 1000 General Center: 421601 Jo County Task Force Grant Personnel Services Total Expenditures 97,585 50,246 147, 831 93,007 106,131 111,540 41,894 41,894 41,902 134,901 148,025 153,442 117,035 41,910 158,945 Personnel Services POLICE OFFICER FTE 2010 2011 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Capital Outlay 2011 Fund: 1000 General Center: 421602 Domestic Violence Grant 94,347 99,686 720 720 95,067 100,406 Personnel Services FTE 2010 2011 1.00 1.00 Capital Outlay 2011 1.00 1.00 CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA FINANCIAL PLAN FOR 2011 -2013 Property Tax -General Levy Fed. Intergov. Rev. Other State Grants Total Receipts Actual Estimate Budget Projection Projection 31,770 36,421 40,810 46,227 51,730 21,225 16,328 16,904 16,904 16,90494,836 82,152 90,311 90,311 90,311 147,831 134,901 148,025 153,442 158,945 Property Tax -General Levy Other State Grants Total Receipts Personnel Services Total Expenditures 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Actual Estimate Budget Projection Projection 45,019 53,051 42,713 48,138 53,477 42,948 31,835 46,929 46,929 46,929 87,967 84,886 89,642 95,067 100,406 87, 247 720 84, 166 720 POLICE OFFICER 87,967 84,886 89,642 88,922 720 - 48 - Fund: 1000 General Class: 42200 FIRE CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA FINANCIAL PLAN FOR 2011 2013 4,855,601 368,517 161,082 166,502 187,799 5,739, 501 5,073,742 492,191 218, 801 192,120 1,245,751 5,734,805 526,018 241,352 159, 010 31,359 6,330,764 530,349 245,895 148,060 84,654 7,339,722 6,720,200 534,766 250, 519 167,800 88,358 7,761,643 Personnel Services ADMINISTRATIVE SECRETARY BATTALION CHIEF DEPUTY FIRE CHIEF FIRE CAPTAIN FIRE CAPTAIN/INSPECTOR FIRE CHIEF FIRE LIEUTENANT FIRE LIEUTENANT/TRAINING FIREFIGHTER 57.00 66.00 2011 41,000 3,500 3,500 3, 660 6,000 16,000 24,000 2,200 3,000 7,5002,650 4,000 3,000 13,500 15,000 10,500 159,010 Transfers In Transfers Out Fund: 1000 General Center: 462300 Fire Equipment Replacement Reserve 2009 Actual 43,399 43,399 Fire Station 2 Repay 31,359 31,359 Actual Estimate Budget Projection Projection Property Tax -General Levy 3,896,515 4,321,142 5,101,688 5,485,451 5,783,333 Other City Taxes 293,742 497,000 497,000 State 28e Agreements 1,214,257 1,308,505 1,276,691 1,336,848 1,460,887 Fire Services 5,151 11,319 12,319 12,319 12,319 Contrib & Donations 1,075 Printed Materials 81 168 Misc Merchandise 54 54 54 54 Other Misc Revenue 9,489 1,040 6,550 6,550 6,550 Sale Of Assets 1,590 11,510 1,500 1,500 1,500 Empl Benefits Levy 611,343 Interfund Loans 1,568,867 Total Receipts 5,739,501 7,222,605 6,692,544 7,339,722 7,761,643 PersonnelServices Supplies Capital Outlay Other Financial Uses Total Expenditures 7,222,605 6,692,544 FTE 2010 2011 Capital Outlay 1.00 1.00 Automobile4.00 4.00 Computer Software1.00 1.00 Digital camera3.00 3.00 Firehouse Software1.00 1.00 Fitness Equipment1.00 1,00 Microcomputers/ruggedized tablet9.00 12.00 Natural Gas Generator -St.31.00 1.00 Portable CD/Data Projector36.00 42.00 Projector/sound system.Pulseoximeters (9)Software Sound systemTrainingsimulators/props. Turnout Gear Turnout gear (10 sets) Vertical Stack Rail System -St. State 28e Agreements Total Receipts Estimate Budget Projection Projection 41,012 83,277 97,481 87,038 41,012 83,277 97,481 87,038 - 49 - CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA FINANCIAL PLAN FOR 2011 -2013 Fund: 1000 General Center: 424100 HIS Department Administration 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Actual Estimate Budget Projection Projection Property Tax -General Levy 307,271 265,960 241,911 247,895 254,058 Bldg & Development 1,050 750 750 750 750 Code Enforcement 7,858 5,092 30,092 30,092 30,092 Printed Materials 218 412 Other Misc Revenue 95 111 Misc Other Operating Transfers 25,000 25,000 25,000 Total Receipts 316,492 272,325 297,753 303,737 309,900 Personnel 257,786 202,073 224,270 229,930 235,763 Services 57,777 69,542 72,717 73,026 73,340 Supplies 929 710 766 781 797 Total Expenditures 316,492 272,325 297,753 303,737 309,900 FTE Personnel Services 2010 2011 Capital Outlay 2011 CODE ENFORCEMENT ASSISTANT 1.00 1.00 HIS DIRECTOR 1.00 1.00 2.00 2.00 Transfers In Transfers Out ICHA/HIS Admin Servs 25,000 25,000 - 50 - Fund: 1000 General Center: 424300 Housing Inspections CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA FINANCIAL PLAN FOR 2011 -2013 Personnel Services FTE 2010 2011 .75 .75 3.00 3,00 .50 .50 .50 .501.00 1.00 5.75 5.75 Capital Outlay 2011 2009 Actual 73,516 720 375, 792 2010 2011 2012 2013 Estimate Budget Projection Projection Property Tax -General Levy 31,351 20,578 37,898 54,708 Misc Permits & Liceri 320 320 320 320 Construction Permit &Inspection Fe 460,000 460,000 460,000 460,000 Code Enforcement 25,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 Printed Materials 30 290 Total Receipts PersonnelServices Supplies Total Expenditures 450,058 516,961 500,898 518,218 535,028 365,557 76, 9847,517 450,058 440,251 74, 996 1,714 516,961 438,968 59, 954 1,976 500,898 455, 817 60,387 2, 014 518,218 HOUSING ASSISTANT HOUSING INSPECTOR HOUSING INSPECTOR ASST HOUSING/]JEVEL REG INSPECTOR SR HOUSING INSPECTOR 472, 145 60,829 2, 054 535,028 - 51 - CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA FINANCIAL PLAN FOR 2011 -2013 Fund: 1000 General Center: 424200 Building Inspection 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Actual Estimate Budget Projection Projection General Use Permits 9,871 15,679 15,679 15,679 15,679 Food & Liquor Licenses 141 135 Professional Licenses 34,799 5,105 Misc Permits & Licen 1,930 1,450 1,450 1,450 1,450 Construction Permit & Inspection Fe 664,687 646,230 646,230 646,230 646,230 Misc. Lic. & Permits 290 830 830 830 830 Local Govt 28e Agreements 1,411 1,727 1,727 1,762 1,797 Bldg & Development 288,339 324,090 324,090 324,090 324,090 Police Services 21 Printed Materials 1,054 1,173 Other Misc Revenue 4,288 2,500 2,500 2,500 Interest Revenues 446 Interfund Loans 500,000 Loans 8,862 200,000 Total Receipts 1,016,139 1,696,419 992,506 992,541 992,576 Personnel 542,784 635,303 641,191 662,513 684,862 Services 198,032 622,749 375,044 126,295 124,072 Supplies 14,355 11,454 13,954 14,182 14,415 Capital Outlay 17,825 Other Financial Uses 200,000 Total Expenditures 772,996 1,469,506 1,030,189 802,990 823,349 FTE Personnel Services 2010 2011 Capital Outlay 2011 BUILDING INSPECTOR 5.00 5.00 DEVELOPMENT REG SPECIALIST 1.00 1.00 HOUSING INSPECTOR ASST .30 .30 HOUSING/DEVEL REG INSPECTOR .50 .50 SR BUILDING INSPECTOR 1.00 1.00 7.80 7.80 - 52 - CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA FINANCIAL PLAN FOR 2011 -2013 Fund: 1000 General Division: 01900 Animal Shelter Operations & Administration Personnel Services CARE TECHNICIAN CENTER ASSISTANT CONTROL SUPERVISOR SERVICES OFFICER FTE 2010 2011 2.00 2.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 2.00 2.00 6.00 6.00 Capital Outlay ANIMAL TRANSPORT TRUCK BOXES CLOTHES WASHER VEHICLE COMPUTERS 16,000 1,500 16,000 33,500 Fund: 1000 General Center: 423300 Deer Control 45,172 55,000 55,000 55,000 Property Tax -General Levy Misc. Lic. & Permits Local Govt 28e Agreements Animal Care Servs Misc. Chg. For Ser. Code Enforcement Contrib & Donations Animal Adoption Misc Merchandise Other Misc Revenue Rents Royalties & Commissions Total Receipts 2009 Actual 330, 948 22,456 113, 975 12,546 2, 955 68 3 13,070 11, 165 36,594 5 30 2010 Estimate 337, 616 35,000 131,000 17,000 2,070 2, 000 15,000 16,000 45, 722 80 2011 Budget 439,097 35,000 143,472 17,000 5,600 2,000 16,000 16,000 42,030 2012 Proj ection 437,308 35,000 145, 072 17,000 5, 600 2,000 16,000 16,000 42,030 2013 Proj ection 435,733 35,000 146, 704 17,000 5,600 2,000 16,000 16, 000 42,030 Personnel 361,802 401,177 Services 126,123 150,058 Supplies 55,489 50,253 Capital Outlay 401 Total Expenditures 543,815 601,488 716,199 716,010 716,067 543,815 601,488 442,285 179,504 60, 910 33,500 716, 199 ANIMAL ANIMAL ANIMAL ANIMAL 456,362 181,557 62,091 16,000 471, 120 181,652 63,295 716,010 716,067 2011 Property Tax General Levy Total Receipts Personnel Services Total Expenditures 2009 Actual 2010 Estimate 2011 Budget 2012 Projection 2013 Projection 45,172 55,000 55,000 55,000 55,000 45,172 55,000 55,000 55,000 55,000 21 45,151 55,000 55,000 55,000 55,000 55,000 - 53 - CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA FINANCIAL PLAN FOR 2011 -2013 Fund: 2300 FLOOD RECOVERY & HAZARD MITIGATION GRANTS 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Actual Estimate Budget Projection Projection Disaster Assistance Other State Grants Other Misc Revenue Interest Revenues Misc Transfers In Total Receipts 2,561,301 3,385,513 787 8,431 3,827 900,000 25,600,000 17, 911 PersonnelServices Supplies Capital Outlay 172,606 3,283,356 12,821 3,143,490 100,000 101,182 6,600,000 19,800,000 Personnel Services FTE 2010 2011 Capital Outlay 2011 ASSOCIATE PLANNER- TEMPORARY 1.60 1.60 1.60 1.60 Fund: 1000 GENERAL FUND Class: 42500 FLOOD RECOVERY 2009 2010 Actual Estimate 2011 2012 2013 Budget Projection Projection Fed. Intergov. Rev. Contrib & Donations Printed Materials Other Misc Revenue Sale Of Assets Total Receipts 1,677,315 1,300 150 823,378 350,000 1,082,000 2,502,143 1,432,000 838,679 814,563 559,476 449,768 3,826 2, 666,312 25,000 40,300 21,736 550,384 Personnel Services FTE 2010 2011 .40 .40 Capital Outlay 2011 .40 .40 Total Expenditures 5,959,859 26,517,911 6,612,273 26,500,000 101,182 Personnel Services Supplies Capital Outlay Other Financial Uses Total Expenditures 31,480 1,520 ASSOCIATE PLANNER -TEMPORARY 637,420 33,000 - 54 - GOVERNMENT ACTIVITIES PUBLIC WORKS Public Works Administration Engineering Road Use Tax Street System Maintenance Traffic Engineering Public Transit Energy Conservation F Y 2 0 1 1 CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA FINANCIAL PLAN FOR 2011 -2013 Fund: 1000 General Center: 431100 Public Works Administration and Support Personnel Services PROGRAM ASST -PUB WORKS PUBLIC WORKS DIRECTOR FTE 2010 2011 1.00 1.001.00 1.00 2.00 2.00 Capital Outlay 2011 Fund: 1000 General Center: 432100 Engineering Services Personnel Services ARCHITECTURAL SRV/ENERGY COOR CITY ENGINEER CIVIL ENGINEER CONSTRUCTION INSPECTOR II ENGINEERING TECHNICIAR SR CONSTRUCTION INSPECTOR SR ENGINEER SR ENGINEERING TECH SURVEY PARTY CHIEF UTILITIES TECHNICIAR -ENG FTE 2010 2011 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 .10 .10 1.00 1.00 2.00 2.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 12.10 12.10 Capital Outlay 2011 Property Tax -General Levy Printed Materials Intra—city Charges Other Misc Revenue Rents Total Receipts 2009 2010 Actual Estimate 38,539 103,795 130 186,795 570 300 2011 Budget 116, 659 159, 172 400 2012 Proj ection 120, 160 159, 172 344 300 2013 Proj ection 123, 819 Total Expenditures 162,355 165,602 400 400 226,334 263,611 276,231 282,915 289,821 Personnel 215,057 247,099Services10,872 15,780 254,823 261,463 268,323 Supplies 405 732 20,578 20,605 226,334 263,61.1 276,231 282,915 289,82]. 2009 2010 Actual Estimate 791,676 874,043Property Tax -General Levy Other City Taxes Misc Permits & Licen Construction Permit & Inspection Fe Bldg & Development Printed Materials Other Misc Revenue Total Receipts Personnel Services Supplies Capital Outlay Total Expenditures 12,483 11,932 2,047 1,307 819,445 700,720 108,105 7,620 3,000 2011 Budget 872,936 63,000 15,000 10, 281 9,343 2,000 5,500 978,060 849,215 120,026 8,819 25,000 10,606 9,343 4,2512,207 925,450 795, 115 121,458 8,877 2012 Proj ection 909,774 63,000 15,000 10,281 9,343 2,000 5,500 1,014,898 886,764 119, 138 8, 996 2013 Proj ection 942,310 63,000 15,000 10, 281 9,343 2,000 5,500 1,047,434 918,497 119, 762 9,175 819,445 925,450 978,060 1,014,898 1,047,434 - 55 - Fund: 2200 Road Use Tax CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA FINANCIAL PLAN FOR 2011 -2013 2009 Actual 2010 Estimate 2011 Budget 2012 2013 Projection Projection Beginning Balance 2,014,200 1,568,718 174,683 -143,674 -200,370 2,260,3031,587,708 860,475 244,636 1,387,255 2, 657,491 1,822,712 822, 712 415,625 1,714,627 2,512,526 1,821,543 853,792 264,000 1,034,410 6,486, 271 2,587,728 1,840,586 870, 642 97,600 1,036,572 6,433, 128 2, 664, 104 1,860,007 887,831 98,700 1,038,643 6,549,285 Ending Balance 1,568,718 174,683 -143,674 -200,370 -218,154 Personnel Services ASST SUPT STREETS/SOLID WASTE ELECTRICIAN -TRAFFIC ENG ELECTRONICS TECH/TRAFFIC ENG M. W. II -SIGNS M.W.I -STREETS M.W. II —STREETS M.W. III -STREETS MW III -LEAD SWEEPER OPERATO SR CLERK/TYPIST -STREETS SR M.W.-STREETS SUPT STREETS/SOLID WASTE Capital Outlay (2) NEW TRAILERS CRACK SEAL PROJECT MISC. REPAIRS SIDEWALK REPAIR UPS SYSTEMS & REPLACE 2011 17,500 40,000 1,500 55,000 150,000 Transfers In Transfers Out 398,954 1,034,410 Fed. Intergov. Rev. Road Use Tax Disaster Assistance Bldg & Development Misc Merchandise Intra-city Charges Other Misc Revenue Rents Empi Benefits Levy Total Receipts Personnel Services Supplies Capital Outlay Other Financial Uses Total Expenditures 211,276 5,260,018 6,986 61, 188 740 18,425 336,262 5, 894, 895 5,583,010 5,738,960 5,921,000 6,045,000 54,000 2,456 125 8, 684 2,400 388,457 30,000 398,954 30,000 425,432 30,000 456,501 6,039,132 6,167,914 6,376,432 6,531,501 6,340,377 7,433,167 FTE 2010 1.00 2.00 1.00 1.00 6.00 7.00 7.00 1.00 1.00 2.00 65 29.65 2011 1.00 2 *00 1.00 1.00 6.00 7.00 7.00 1.00 1.00 2.00 .65 29.65 PROCESSORS / Empl Benefits Levy 264,000 398,954 JCCOG Trans Planning Forestry Rt/Way Mnt Traffic Calming Street Pavmt Marking Railroad Crossings Overwidth Paving Annual Bridge Maint Biennial Brick Sts Pavement Rehab. 220,000 64,410 30,000 185, 000 25,000 30,000 60,000 20,000 400,000 - 56 - Fund: 1000 General Class: 41700 TRANSIT CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA FINANCIAL PLAN FOR 2011 -2013 Personnel Services ASSOC DIR -TRANS SERVICE BODY REPAIR MECHANIC CUSTODIAN -TRANSIT CUSTOMER SERVICE REP -TRANSI M.W. I -PARKING SYSTEMS M.W. I -TRANSIT M.W. II -TRANSIT MASS TRANSIT OPERATOR MECHANIC II -TRANSIT MECHANIC III -TRANSIT MW II -TRANSPORTATION SERV. OPERATIONS SUPV -TRANS SERV PARTS/DATA ENTRY CLK -TRANSI SR MW -PARKING & TRANSIT TRANSPORTATION SERVICES DIREC 56.25 56.25 2011 Transfers In Transfers Out 991, 137 991, 137 Court St. Daycare 52, 105 52,105 Current Taxes Delq Prop Taxes Other City Taxes Fed. Intergov. Rev. Other State Grants Local Govt 28e Agreements Transit Fees Misc. Chg. For Ser. Refuse Charges For Services Printed Materials Misc Merchandise Other Misc Revenue Rents Pkg Ramp Revenue Sale Of Assets Empl Benefits Levy Total Receipts Personnel Services Supplies Capital Outlay Other Financial Uses Total Expenditures 2009 Actual 2010 Estimate 2011 Budget 2012 Projection 2013 Projection 2,286,555 986 45,311 993,132 667,137 29,804 1,133,284 940 2,094 33 849 69,894 150,171 442,776 1,200 860,335 2,388,853 46,899 873,006 425,324 29,804 858,904 1,740 236 97,627 155,623 535,788 980,385 2,550,473 48,017 873,006 425,324 29,804 858,904 940 63,934 155,623 552,221 991,137 2,603,143 48,625 873,006 425,324 30,400 858,904 940 63,934 155,623 552,221 1,046,154 2,654,700 49,294 873,006 425,324 31,008 858,904 940 63,934 155,623 552,221 1,102,897 6,684,501 6,394,189 6,549,383 6,658,274 6,767,851 3,336,630 1,347,302 764,061 65,4681,121,218 3,704,017 1,439,568 1,158,834 150,000 544,436 3,671,463 1,607,245 1,155,048 52,105 3,810,572 1,615,432 948,761 53,145 3,945,665 1,623,933 962,746 54,230 6,634,679 6,996,855 6,485,861 6,427,910 6,586,574 FTE 2010 2011 Capital Outlay .50 1.00 .50 1.00 1.00 3.00 1.00 37.75 2,00 2.00 1.00 3 .50 1.00 .50 .50 .50 1.00 .50 1.00 1.00 3.00 1.00 37.75 2.00 2.00 1.00 3 .50 1.00 .50 .50 Empi Benefits Levy - 57 - CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA FINANCIAL PLAN FOR 2011 -2013 Fund: 1000 General Center: 414300 Energy Conservation 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Actual Estimate Budget Projection Projection Property Tax -General Levy 3,072 20,650 Total Receipts 3,072 20,650 Personnel 3,072 20,211 Services 439 Total Expenditures 3,072 20,650 - 58 - GOVERNMENT ACTIVITIES CULTURE & RECREATION Library Parks & Recreation Forestry Central Business District Cemetery / Perpetual Care Government Buildings Senior Center F Y 2 0 1 1 Fund: 1000 General Division: 03700 Library CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA FINANCIAL PLAN FOR 2011 -2013 2010 2.00 .58 6.331.002.501.75 4 .98 1.006.256.00 1.00 .751.00 -LI 1.00 .50 1.001.00 3 .75 42.39 Transfers In 2011 2.00 .58 6.33 1.002.501.75 4 .98 1.006.25 6.001.00 .75 1.00 1.00 .50 1.00 1.00 3 .75 42.39 Transfers Out 2011 41400598,348 5,200 15,000 5,230 13,500 26,500 21,429 689,607 55,000 162,422 Property Tax -General LevyCurrentTaxes Delq Prop Taxes Other City Taxes Local Govt 28e Agreements Library Chgs For Servs Library Fines & Fees Other Misc Revenue Rents Royalties & Commissions From Broadband Total Receipts Personnel Services Supplies Capital Outlay Other Financial Uses Total Expenditures Personnel Services 2009Actual 2010Estimate 2011 Budget 2012Projection 2013Projection 3,526,114 649,862 280 12,878 394,491 85 218,647 40,815 120,668 3,154 52,821 3,801,198 678,937 13,353 419,606 147 213,47061,238 116,670 3,299 55,000 3,900,351 724,871 13,671419,606 147213,470 62,560 116,670 3,299 55,000 3,933,017 739,841 13,844 427,998 147 213,470 62,560 116,670 3,299 55,000 4,059,251 754,494 14,034 436,558 147 213,470 62,560 116,670 3,299 55,000 5,019,815 5,362,918 5,509,645 5,565,846 5,715,483 3,531,562 623,907 115,741 592,599 156,006 3,748,345 635,838 126,458 689,855 162,422 3,875,217 658,715 123,684 689,607 162,422 3,986,077 663,344 125,738 628,265 162,422 4,097,489 668,062 127,832 659,678 162,422 5,019,815 5,362,918 5,509,645 5,565,846 5,715,483 FTE Capital Outlay CUSTODIAN -LIBRARY LIBRARIAN I LIBRARIAN II LIBRARY ADMIN COORDINATOR LIBRARY ASSISTANT I LIBRARY ASSISTANT II LIBRARY ASSISTANT III LIBRARY BUILDING MANAGER LIBRARY CLERK LIBRARY COORDINATOR LIBRARY DIRECTOR LIBRARY WEB SPECIALIST M. W.II —LIBRARY MICROCOMPUTER SPECIALIST MWI —LIBRARY NETWORK DATABASE SPEC -LIB SR LIBRARIAN SR LIBRARY ASSISTANT Other Operating Equipment Books Building Improvements Furniture Printers RFID Tags Server Hardware UPS Batteries; Self-Check Station Cable TV to Libr AV 55,000 PC Repl Reserve Fndg Equip Repl Reserve 2002 GO Abatement 42, 968 19,454 100,000 - 59 - CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA FINANCIAL PLAN FOR 2011 -2013 Fund: 1000 General Center: 442670 Library Computer Replacement Reserve Transfers In 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Actual Estimate Budget Projection Proj ection 121 42, 968 42,968 42,968 42,968 42,968 43,089 42,968 42,968 42,968 42,968 5 452 2,103 421 88,350 61,552 2,560 88,771 61,552 42, 968 42, 968 2011 55,000 6, 552 61,552 Fund: 1000 General Center: 442680 Library Equipment Replacement Reserve Personnel Services FTE 2010 2011 Capital Outlay 2011 30, 618 Transfers In 19,454 19,454 Transfers Out Sale Of Assets Misc Other Operating Transfers Total Receipts Srvies Supplies Capital Outlay Total Expenditures FTEPersonnel Services 2010 2011 Capital Outlay Library Res Funding PC Hardware Software Transfers Out Misc Other Operating Transfers Total Receipts Services Supplies Capital Outlay Total Expenditures Actual Estimate Budget Projection Projection 19,454 19,454 19,454 19,454 19,454 19,454 19,454 19,454 19,454 19,454 16, 871 926 3,079 19,000 3,079 30,618 3,141 3,204 17,797 22,079 33,697 3,141 3,204 Data Communication Equipment Other Operating Equipment Library Res Funding 14,218 16,400 - 60 - Fund: 1001 General-Library Division: 03750 Library -Other CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA FINANCIAL PLAN FOR 2011 -2013 FTE 2010 2011 .50 .50 .25 .25 .75 .75 2011 1,500 93,000 94,500 2009 Actual 2010 Estimate 2011 Budget 2012 Projection 2013 Projection Operating Grants Contrib & Donations Printed Materials Misc Merchandise Other Misc Revenue Interest Revenues 98,882 135,708 13,768 1,166 70,173 14,103 88,171 101,500 11,474 1,779 45,777 7,519 88,171 1,779 9,000 88,171 1,779 9,000 88,171 1,779 9,000 Total Receipts 333,800 256,220 98,950 98,950 98,950 Personnel Services Supplies Capital Outlay 36,711 32,710 15,671 88,388 38,169 40,570 16,642 97,000 39,927 45,102 20,503 94,500 41,858 45,472 20,817 98,500 43,661 45,850 21,139 103,500 173,480 192,381 200,032 206,647 214,150Total Expenditures Personnel Services LIBRARY ASSISTANT III LIBRARY CLERK Capital Outlay Art Reproductions Books - 61 - Fund: 1000 General Center: 441100 Parks & Rec Admin CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA FINANCIAL PLAN FOR 2011 -2013 FTE 2010 2011 Capital Outlay 1.00 1.00 Office Furniture 1.00 1.00 2.00 2.00 2,500 2009 Actual 243, 919 243, 919 208,342 31, 310 2,267 2,000 Property Tax General Levy Total Receipts Personnel Services Supplies Capital Outlay Total Expenditures Personnel Services 2011 2012 2013 Budget Projection Projection 2010 Estimate 233,059 233,059 214, 193 15,576 3,290 234,785 234,785 212, 760 16,979 2,546 2,500 240, 125 240, 125 217, 956 17,090 2,579 2,500 245,270 245,270 223,305 16, 853 2, 612 2,500 ADMINISTRATIVE SECRETARY PARKS & RECREATION DIRECTOR 243,919 233,059 234,785 240,125 245,270 2011 2,500 - 62 - Fund: 1000 General Division: 03300 Parks CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA FINANCIAL PLAN FOR 2011 -2013 2009 Actual 1,855,775 33,835 2,900 547 132 25, 932 1,919,121 1,078,094 560,414 128,747 7,438 16, 954 1,791,647 2010 Estimate 2,288,050 59,686 235 34, 708 2,382,679 1,330,904 629,589 157,009 131,295 17,731 2,266,528 1,323,829 610, 785 171, 926 76,550 18,546 2,201,636 2012 Proj ection 2,227,274 59,686 334 68, 808 1,352,037 616, 794 175, 322 51,600 19,383 2,215, 136 2013 Proj ection 2,255,427 59,686 334 68,808 1,381,989 622, 921 178,784 36,450 20,291 2,240,435 Personnel Services CLERK/TYPIST -PARKS & FOREST M.W. II -PARKS M.W. III -PARKS SR MW -PARKS SR MW -TURFGRASS SPECIALIST SUPERINTENDENT PARKS /FORESTRY 13.00 13.00 2,600 15,000 1,500 16,000 15,000 1,650 5,000 5,900 8,500 1,400 4,000 76,550 Transfers In Transfers Out Sand Lake Loan Repay 18,546 18,546 Property Tax -General Levy Culture And Recreation Contrib & Donations Misc Merchandise Other Misc Revenue Rents Total Receipts Personnel Services Supplies Capital Outlay Other Financial Uses Total Expenditures 2011 Budget 2,212,533 59, 686 334 67,249 2,339,802 2,356,102 2,384,255 FTE 2010 2011 Capital Outlay 2011 1.00 1.00 3 point hitch salt/sand spreader 5.00 5.00 Bleachers 4.00 4.00 Drinking Fountains 1.00 1.00 Infield Machine 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Irrigation on #3 New tarp for airplane New tarp for carousel Plastic weed barrier Utility Vehicle Weed Barrier line painter ride - 63 - Fund: 1000 General Division: 03200 Recreation CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA FINANCIAL PLAN FOR 2011 -2013 Personnel Services M.W.I -POOLS M.W.I -RECREATION M.W. II -RECREATION M.W. III -POOLS OFFICE COORD -RECREATION REC PROGRAM SUPERVISOR REC. MAINT. SUPR RECREATION SUPERINTENDENT SR CLERK/TYPIST -REC SWIMMING POOL ASST FTE 2010 2011 Capital Outlay 2011 500 500 2,0002,000 3,0002,500 2,500 4,000 7,500 500 300 2,500 1,000 1,500 2,500 2,000 1,000 5,000 7,200 5,000 1,500 1,500 56,000 2009 2010 2011 2012 Actual Estimate Budget Projection 1,646,896 1,678,719 1,700,094 199,080 199,080 203,062 100,384 100,384 102,392 Property Tax -General Levy Other City Taxes Local Govt 28e Agreements Transit Fees Culture And Recreation Misc. Chg. For Ser. Refuse Charges For Services Contrib & Donations Misc Merchandise Other Misc Revenue Rents Royalties & Commissions Total Receipts Personnel Services Supplies Capital Outlay Other Financial Uses Total Expenditures 1,441, 121 206,889 91, 159 870 580, 692 3,547 80 9,6537,309 -124 123,612 21,694 2,486,502 596,011 590,006 3,500 3,100 9,442 2,127 98,04.5 20,764 2,675,849 1,836,079 545,567 177, 575 117,459 2013 Proj ection 1, 772, 664 207, 123 104,440 591,916 3,500 3,100 16,320 103, 067 20,891 2,823,021 2,007,753 555,438 200,930 60,000 3,100 16,320 101,365 21, 136 2,713, 610 1,917,839 547,538 193,333 56,000 591, 916 3,500 3,100 16,320 103,067 20, 891 2,744,342 1, 962, 292 551,450 197, 100 34,600 1,749,015498,949 143,720 69,595 26,335 2,487,614 2,676,680 2,714,710 2,745,442 2,824,121 1.75 1.75 (3) Instruction decks 2.00 2.00 Cash register 1.00 1.00 Craft Room Furniture 1.00 1.00 Deck resurface 1.00 1.00 Deck surface repairs 5.00 5.00 Deck tile .67 .67 Desk & filing cabinets 1.00 1.00 Eliptical Machine 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Enclose vending area Equipment storage/on deck bench x Gymnastics Equipment Lane line replacement Lifeguard stand Lifeguard station replacement Mudjack sidewalk Nessie replacement Pool deck furniture Rental Counter Replace remaining electric sub pa Sink replacement Special Olympics Sports Equipment Tank caulk & concrete repair & pa 15.42 15.42 - 64 - CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA FINANCIAL PLAN FOR 2011 -2013 Fund: 1000 General Division: 03400 Forestry Operations 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Actual Estimate Budget Projection Projection Property Tax -General Levy 362,652 406,590 369,450 376,400 383,567 Other City Taxes 5,000 5,000 5,000 Contrib & Donations 20,225 Road Use Tax 59,986 62,965 64,410 66,572 68,643 Total Receipts 442,863 469,555 438,860 447,972 457,210 Personnel 248,007 266,982 270,641 277,431 284,302 Services 121,158 163,967 149,813 151,769 153,764 Supplies 26,698 38,606 18,406 18,772 19,144 Capital Outlay 47,000 Total Expenditures 442,863 469,555 438,860 447,972 457,210 FTE Personnel Services 2010 2011 Capital Outlay 2011 M. W. II -FORESTRY 1.00 1.00 M. W.III -FORESTRY 1.00 1.00 SR MW -FORESTRY 1.00 1.00 3.00 3.00 Transfers In Transfers Out RUT Rt of Way Maint 64,410 64,410 - 65 - Fund: 1000 General Division: 03600 CBD Maintenance CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA FINANCIAL PLAN FOR 2011 -2013 FTE 2010 2011 2.00 2.001.00 1.00 2011 8,000 20,000 2,000 28,080 58,080 Property Tax -General LevyGeneralUse Permits Total Receipts PersonnelServices Supplies Capital Outlay Total Expenditures Personnel Services 2009 Actual 2010 Estimate 2011 Budget 2012 Projection 2013 Projection 451,956 8,974 544,012 7,022 553,267 7,022 512,509 7,022 550,308 7,022 460,930 551,034 560,289 519,531 557,330 275,414 119,883 25,576 40,057 335,324 143,797 38,338 33,575 325,426 134,049 42,734 58,080 332,683 135,263 43,585 8,000 338,590 136,494 44,454 37,792 460,930 551,034 560,289 519,531 557,330 M. W. II -CBD SR M.W.-CBD Capital Outlay 3.00 3.00 Contracted Improvements Holiday Lights Park & Rec Equipment Refuse collection equipment - 66 - Fund: 1000 General Division: 03500 Cemetery Operations CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA FINANCIAL PLAN FOR 2011 -2013 Personnel Services CEMETERY SUPR M.W. II -CEMETERY M.W. III -CEMETERY FTE 2010 2011 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1,00 3,00 3.00 Capital Outlay Elec. Svc & Sec. Ltng Gaz/pole sh Hydraulic Power Unit Message Center Pole building retaining wall 2011 10,000 5,6001,600 15,000 32,200 Fund: 6001 Perpetual Care Beginning Balance 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Actual Estimate Budget Projection Projection 104,978 107,695 109,075 110,275 111,475 Ending Balance 107,695 109,075 110,275 111,475 112,675 2009 Actual 2010 Estimate 2011 Budget Property Tax -Misc.Chg. For Sale Of Assets General Ser. Levy 225,723 20,783 52,900 285,084 32,735 41,648 296,047 29,400 45,500 Total Receipts 299,406 359,467 370,947 Personnel ServiesSupplies Capital Outlay Total Expenditures 2012 2013 Projection Projection 214,999 58,625 12, 312 13,470 299,406 248,430 62,290 14, 662 34,085 359,467 284,763 29,400 45,500 359,663 273,538 62,783 15,392 7,950 359,663 261, 514 62, 128 15, 105 32,200 370, 947 290,352 29,400 45,500 365,252 286, 120 63,451 15, 681 365,252 Interest Revenues Total Receipts 2,717 1,380 1,200 1,200 1,200 2,717 1,380 1,200 1,200 1,200 - 67 - Fund: 1000 General Division: 01300 Government Buildings CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA FINANCIAL PLAN FOR 2011 -2013 2009 Actual 476,387 65 FTE 2010 2011 2.63 1.00 1.00 .33 4.96 4.96 2010 Estimate 539, 214 Capital Outlay 2011 Repair exterior & public interior 3,000 Truck mounted cleaning of carpet/5,000 Property Tax -General Levy Other Misc Revenue Total Receipts Personnel Services Supplies Capital Outlay Total Expenditures Personnel Services 2011 2012 2013 Budget Projection Projection 488,924 498,690 509,373 476,452 539,214 488,924 498,690 509,373 269, 824 179,830 23,207 3,591 476,452 282,970 188, 084 25,860 42,300 539,214 278,966 287,529 296,985 176,542 177,255 177,983 25,416 25,906 26,405 8,000 8,000 8,000 CUSTODIAN -GOVT BLDGS M. W. II —GOVT BLDGS M.W.I -GOVT BLDGS EEC. MAINT. SUPR 488,924 498,690 509,373 2.63 1.00 1.00 .33 8,000 - 68 - Fund: 1000 General Class: 44400 SENIOR CENTER CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA FINANCIAL PLAN FOR 2011 -2013 Personnel Services N. W. III -SENIOR CENTER M.W. I -SENIOR CENTER OPERATIONS ASST -SR CENTER PROGRAIVI SPECIALIST -SR CENTE RECEPTIONIST -SR CENTER SENIOR CENTER COORDINATOR VOLUNTEER SPECIALIST-SR CNTR Capital Outlay OTHER OPERATING EQUIPMENT PARK REC EQUIPMENT PC HARDWARE 2011 7,500 5,000 16,000 28,500 Transfers In Transfers Out Bldg Env Loan Repay 19,000 6,545 Property Tax -General Levy Local Govt 28e Agreements Culture And Recreation Misc, Chg. For Ser. Contrib & Donations Misc Merchandise Other Misc Revenue Rents Parking Lot Revenue Pkg Ramp Revenue Royalties & Commissions Sale Of Assets From Broadband Misc Transfers In Total Receipts Personnel Services Supplies Capital Outlay Other Financial Uses Total expenditures 2009 Actual 2010 Estimate 2011 Budget 2012 Projection 2013 Projection 667,613 75,000 48,082 48,394 7,701 3,701 1,511 1,863 7,043 914 207 7, 084 676,551 75,000 38,620 12,000 38,433 10,000 4,555 1,132 13,250 1,186 3,000 604,512 75,000 49,555 12,000 30,300 10,000 5,040 1,910 14,790 1,186 19,000 597,894 75,000 49,555 12,000 30,300 10,000 5,040 1,910 14,790 1,186 19,000 616,195 75,000 49,555 12,000 30,300 10,000 5,040 1,910 14,790 1,186 19,000 869,113 873,727 823,293 816,675 834,976 442,918 203,210 46,197 32,661 144,127 472,995 250,072 49,187 55,333 46,140 477,644 248,669 61,935 28,500 6,545 496,412 250,654 62,765 6,844 514,104 250,102 63,610 7,160 869,113 873,727 823,293 816,675 834,976 FTE 2010 1.00 .81 1.00 1.00 .50 1.00 1.00 2011 1.00 .81 1.00 1.00 .50 1.00 1.00 6.31 6.31 Sr. Gift Fund Contrb 19,000 6,545 - 69 - CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA FINANCIAL PLAN FOR 2011 -2013 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013ActualEstimateBudgetProjection Projection Beginning Balance Contrib & Donations Interest Revenues Total Receipts Services Other Financial Uses Total Expenditures Ending Balance Transfers In 14, 646 3,000 19,000 17,646 19,000 19,000 15, 091 Transfers Out Fund: 1004 General-Senior Center-New Horizons Band Sr Ctr Scholarship 19,000 19,000 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Actual Estimate Budget Projection Projection Fund: 1003 General Senior Center Gift Fund 15,530 17,000 207 17,207 63, 219 -48,798 1,109 -47,689 15,530 15, 091 14, 000 200 14,200 10, 291 14,000 200 14,200 19,000 5,491 14,000 200 14, 200 19,000 19,000 69110, 29].5,491 Beginning Balance Culture And Recreation Contrib & Donations Misc Merchandise Total Receipts Personnel Services Supplies Total Expenditures 3,335 12, 017 2, 195 6,060 12,224 6,380 240 14,212 18,844 6,136 706 4, 645 11,487 12, 224 4, 740 240 17,204 7,793 2, 984 7,474 18,251 4,305 12,224 4,740 240 17,204 7,813 3,027 7, 623 18,463 7,429 2, 984 9,139 19,552 3,046 12,224 4,740 240 17,204 7,833 3,071 7,776 18,680 Ending Balance 6,060 5,352 4,305 3,046 1,570 - 70 - GOVERNMENTAL ACTIVITIES COMMUNITY & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT Planning & Community Dev. Admin. Urban Planning Neighborhood Services Public Art Community Development – Non Grant Economic Development General Rehabilitation & Improvement Program (GRIP) Peninsula Apartments Community Development Block Grant H.O.M.E. Program Tax Increment Financing (TIF) Districts Johnson County Council of Governments F Y 2 0 1 1 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Actual Estimate Budget Projection Projection Personnel Services FTE 2010 2011 Capital Outlay 2011 SECRETARY ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN PCD DIRECTOR PUBLIC INFORMATION ASST -PCD Fund:1000 General Center: 452000 Urban Planning .55 .55 .50 .50 1.00 1.00 .50 .50 2.55 2.55 Personnel Services FTE 2010 2011 2.50 2.50 1.00 1.00 3.50 3.50 Capital Outlay 2011 CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA FINANCIAL PLAN FOR 2011 -2013 Fund: 1000 General Center: 451000 PCD Department Admin Property Tax -General Levy Total Receipts Personnel Services Supplies Capital Outlay Total Expenditures 250,943 262,724 250,943 262,724 229,820 19,796 1,327 279,290 279,290 250,809 24,337 4, 144 233,298 24, 8072,319 2,300 289,306 289,306 260,630 24,4494,227 296,406 296,406 267,533 24, 5624,311 250,943 262,724 279,290 289,306 296,406 Property Tax -General Levy Other State Grants Bldg & DevelopmentPrintedMaterials Other Misc Revenue Total Receipts 2009 2010 2011 Actual Estimate Budget 361,465 385,427331, 912 10,297 15,600 648 19 17, 925 856 2012 Proj ection 396,576 11,46511,465 2013 Proj ection 408, 154 11,465 Total Expenditures 358,476 380,246 396,892 408,041 419,619 Personnel 305,633 317,786 336,671 347,568 358,889 Services 49,469 59,591 57,465 57,662 57,863 Supplies Capital Outlay 2,676 698 2,869 2,756 2,811 2,867 ASSOCIATE PLANNER SENIOR PLANNER 358,476 380,246 396,892 408,041 419,619 - 71 - CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA FINANCIAL PLAN FOR 2011 -2013 Fund: 1000 General Class: 45300 NEIGHBORHOOD SERVICES Fund: 1000 General Center: 456100 Public Art FTE 2010 1. 00 1.00 1.00 FTE 2010 2011 2011 13,400 13,400 Property Tax -General Levy Other Misc Revenue Total Receipts 2009 Actual 118,463 185 2010 Estimate 149, 118 2011 Budget 133,290 2012 Proj ect ion 136,221 2013 Proj ection 139,254 118,648 149,118 133,290 136,221 139,254 Personnel 88,242 79,723 94,875 97,385 99,989 Services 27,144 22,644 21,914 22,301 22,696 Supplies Capital Outlay 3,262 2,871 38,880 1,668 14,833 1,702 14,833 1,736 14,833 Other Financial Uses 5,000 Total Expenditures Personnel Services ASSOCIATE PLANNER 118,648 149,118 133,290 136,221 139,254 2011 1.00 PIN Grant Capital Outlay 2011 14,833 14,833 2013 Proj ection Property Tax -General Levy Printed Materials Other Misc Revenue Transfers From Go Bonds Total Receipts 2009 Actual 2, 656 75 2010 Estimate -31,029 1791,350 44,250 2011 Budget 14,750 2012 Proj ection 14,750 2,731 14,750 14,750 14,750 Personnel Services 1,350Supplies Capital Outlay 14,750 13,400 13,400 524 946 1,261 Total Expenditures Personnel Services 1,350 2,731 14,750 14,750 14,750 Capital Outlay Art Project(s) - 72 - CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA FINANCIAL PLAN FOR 2011 -2013 Fund: 1000 General Center: 456200 Non-Grant Community Development 83,756 86,550 89,592 706 711 716 431 432 433 434 61,410 364,036 84,894 87,694 90,742 Personnel Services FTE 2010 2011 .05 .10 .10 .80 .80 .10 .10 1.05 1.05 Capital Outlay 2011 2009 Actual 57,294Property Tax -General LevyTransfersFrom Go Bonds Loans Total Receipts Personnel Services Supplies Capital Outlay Total Expenditures 2010Estimate 82, 143 281,893 2011 Budget 84,894 2012 Proj ection 87, 694 2013 Proj ection 90, 742 4, 116 61,410 364,036 59,473 76,457 1,460 287,148 465 12 84,894 87,694 90,742 ASSOCIATE PLANNER COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT COOED HOUSING REHAB SPECIALIST PROGRAM ASST -COMM DEVEL - 73 - Iowa City Area Development Group, Inc.: Annual Contribution - Economic Development $100,000 $100,000 $100,000 (Five-year commitment through FY2O1 1) ___________ Englert Theatre: Annual Contribution - Economic Development $50,000 $50,000 $50,000 (Three-year commitment through FY2012) City of Literature: Annual Contribution $50,000 $50,000 $50,000 (Three-year commitment through FY2O1 2) ______________________________________________________________ Economic Development Assistance:$89,432 $50,000 $ 100,000 Total Community & Economic $189,432 $250,000 $200,000 $100,000 $ 100,000 Development Assistance: - 74 - CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA FINANCIAL PLAN FOR 2011 -2013 Fund: 2810 GRIP-General Rehabilitation and Improvement Program 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013ActualEstimateBudgetProjection Projection Beginning Balance 0 0 0 0 0 Transfers From Go Bonds 93,798 200,000 200,000 200,000 Loans 63,262 168,000 40,000 40,000 40,000 Total Receipts 157,060 368,000 40,000 240,000 240,000 Services 93,798 200,000 200,000 200,000 Other Financial Uses 63,262 168,000 40,000 40,000 40,000 Total Expenditures 157,060 368,000 40,000 240,000 240,000 Ending Balance 0 0 0 0 0 Transfers In Transfers Out GO Bond Ahatement 40,000 40,000 Fund:2510 Peninsula Apartments 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Actual Estimate Budget Projection Projection Beginning Balance 21,037 32,777 38,199 46,607 47,460 Rents 60,148 54,716 54,716 54,716 54,716 Total Receipts 60,148 54,716 54,716 54,716 54,716 Services 38,467 28,327 35,650 35,935 36,226 Supplies 3,039 Debt Service 9,941 17,928 10,658 17,928 17,928 Total Expenditures 48,408 49,294 46,308 53,863 54,154 Ending Balance 32,777 38,199 46,607 47,460 48,022 - 75 - CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA FINANCIAL PLAN FOR 2011 -2013 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013ActualEstimateBudgetProjection Projection Fed. Intergov. Rev. Printed Materials Other Misc Revenue Sale Of Assets Loans Total Receipts 695,527 675,000 30 698 165,000 165,000 165,000 165,000 835,003 840,728 962,000 962,000 962,000 Ending Balance FTE 2010 2,382 -31,486 2011 30,689 83,455 126,408 2011 ADMINISTRATIVE SECRETARY ASSOCIATE PLANNER COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT COORD HOUSING REHAB SPECIALIST PROGRAM ASST -COMM DEVEL Personnel Services FTE 2010 2011 .50 .50 .45 .45 .95 .95 Capital Outlay 2011 Fund: 2100 CDBG & CDBG Rehab Beginning Balance 25,797 2,382 -31,486 3,605 76 135,795 30,689 83,455 797,000 797,000 797,000 Total Expenditures Personnel 146,576 248,185 233,684 242,257 251,197 Services 693,586 592,727 664,394 665,196 666,033 Supplies 2,729 3,684 1,747 1,781 1,817 Capital Outlay 15,527 Other Financial Uses 30,000 Personnel Services 858,418 874,596 899,825 909,234 919,047 Capital Outlay .25 .25 .45 .45 .45 .45 1.20 1.20 .53 .53 2.88 2.88 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Actual Estimate Budget Projection Projection Fund: 2110 HOME Program Beginning Balance Fed. Intergov. Rev. Loans Total Receipts Personnel Services Supplies Other Financial Uses Total Expenditures -1, 018 678,527 144,021 822,548 53,434 718,781 52 49,525 -262 640,000 120,000 760,000 88,522 670,774 309 133 680,000 100,000 780,000 92, 141 680, 945 309 6,738 680,000 100,000 780,000 96,339 681, 165 315 8,919 680,000 100,000 780,000 100, 643 681,394 321 Ending Balance -262 133 6,738 8,919 6,561 821,792 759,605 773,395 777,819 782,358 ASSOCIATE PLANNER COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT COORD - 76 - CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA FINANCIAL PLAN FOR 2011 -2013 Funds: TAX INCREMENT FINANCING 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013ActualEstimateBudgetProjection Projection Beginning Balance 4,088,608 3,496,849 1,542,986 1,011,320 781,146 T.I.F. Revenues 3,693,221 4,044,594 840,114 706,506 238,430 Interest Revenues 42,463 25,939 3,300 3,300 3,300 Total Receipts 3,735,684 4,070,533 843,414 709,806 241,730 Services 990,969 955,191 351,972 596,209 284,463 Capital Outlay 548,739 Other Financial Uses 2,727,402 3,632,161 Total Expenditures 3,718,371 4,587,352 900,711 596,209 284,463 Ending Balance 4,105,921 2,980,030 1,485,689 1,124,917 738,413 Tax Increment Financing FY2OII Rebates I Payment: Aipla of Iowa, Inc.$127,035 Gerry Ambrose I Ambrose Development 34,410 Southgate Development Co.129,930 Mercer 27,499 United Natural Foods, Inc.33,098 Capital Project Funding:$ Lower Muscatine Total: Tax Increment Financing — FY2OII $900,711 - 77 - Fund: 2350 JCCOG SUMMARY CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA FINANCIAL PLAN FOR 2011 -2013 2009 2010 Actual Estimate 2011 2012 2013 Budget Projection Projection Personnel Services ADMINISTRATIVE SECRETARY ASSOCIATE PLANNER ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN HUMAN SERVICES COORDINATOR JCCOG DIRECTOR 6.60 6.60 900 3,000 2,100 2,000 8,000 Transfers In 220,000 143, 156 21,532 384,688 Transfers Out Beginning Balance 49,206 49,203 40,543 2,473 -50,379 Other State Grants Local Govt 28e Agreements Misc. Chg. For Ser. Printed Materials Other Misc Revenue General Levy Road Use Tax 148,384 125,084 2,000 160 1,087 132,521 205,923 153,000 130,788 159,790 220,000 153,000 130,788 164,688 220,000 153,000 133,404 168,304 220,000 153,000 136,072 171,940 220,000 Total Receipts 615,159 663,578 668,476 674,708 681,012 Personnel Services Supplies Capital Outlay 492,212 113,678 4,985 4,287 527,095 133,017 5,076 7,050 556,587 136,587 5,372 8,000 581,471 137,509 5,480 3,100 605,800 138,455 5,591 4,100 Total Expenditures 615,162 672,238 706,546 727,560 753,946 Ending Balance 49,203 40,543 2,473 -50,379 -123,313 FTE 2010 2011 Capital Outlay .20 .20 Intersection Traffic Counter 4.00 4.00 Traffic Counters .40 1.00 .40 1.00 Traffic Upgrade model software upgrade Arcview Software 1.00 1.00 2011 Road Use Tax Op Supp GF Prop Tax Support General Levy - 78 - Fund: 2350 JCCOG Center:459010 JCCOG Administration Total Expenditures 88,538 Personnel Services ADMINISTRATIVE SECRETARY ASSOCIATE PLANNER ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN JCCOG DIRECTOR FTE 2010 2011 .20 .20 .50 .50 .40 .40 .50 .50 Capital Outlay 2011 1.60 1.60 Transfers In Transfers Out GF Prop Tax Support Fund:2350 JCCOG Center: 459040 JCCOG Human Services 143, 156 143,156 Printed Materials 2009 2010 Actual Estimate 160 2011 Budget 2012 2013 Projection Projection Personnel Services FTE 2010 2011 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Capital Outlay 2011 CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA FINANCIAL PLAN FOR 2011 -2013 Local Govt 28e Agreements Other Misc Revenue General Levy Total Receipts Personnel Services Supplies 2009 Actual 101,209 10 111, 121 2010 Estimate 107,288 2011 Budget 107,288 212,340 246,274 2012 2013 Proj ect ion Proj ection 109,434 111,623 138,986 143,156 250,444 72,936 12, 926 2,676 146, 019 255,453 134,953 140,453 146,374 21,780 22,302 22,734 2,080 1,632 1,665 158,813 164,387 170,773 148,940 260,563 152,457 23,1801,699 177,336 Total Receipts Personnel Services Supplies Total Expenditures 160 74,0936,767 71 79,296 8,314 372 79,46710,558 372 81,40710,701 380 83,403 10,847 388 80,931 87,982 90,397 92,488 94,638 HUMAN SERVICES COORDINATOR - 79 - CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA FINANCIAL PLAN FOR 2011 -2013 Fund: 2350 JCCOG Center: 459030 JCCOG-Rural Community Asst General Levy Transfers In 21,532 21,532 Fund: 2350 JCCOG Center: 459020 JCCOG-General Transportation Plan 2009 Actual 148,384 2,000 1, 077 205, 923 357,384 Transfers Out 2011 900 3,000 2,100 2,000 8,000 Transfers In 220,000 Transfers Out Local Govt 28e Agreements General Levy Total Receipts Services Total Expenditures 2009 Actual 23,875 21,400 45,275 44,629 44,629 2010 Estimate 23,500 20,804 44,304 45,530 45,530 2011 Budget 23,500 21,532 45,032 45,530 45,530 2012 Proj ection 23,970 22,285 46,255 45,530 45,530 2013 Proj ection 24,449 23,000 47,449 45,530 45,530 2013 Proj ect ion 153, 000 220,000 373,000 369, 940 58,898 3, 504 4,100 436,442 2010 2011 Estimate Budget 153,000 153,000Other State Grants Misc. Chg. For Ser. Other Misc Revenue Road Use Tax Total Receipts Personnel Services Supplies Capital Outlay Total Expenditures Personnel Services 220,000 373,000 312,846 57,393 2, 624 7,050 379,913 2012 Proj ection 153,000 220,000 373,000 353, 690 58, 544 3,435 3,100 418,769 220,000 373,000 336,667 58, 197 3,368 8,000 406,232 ASSOCIATE PLANNER JCCOG DIRECTOR 345, 183 49,029 2,238 4,287 400,737 FTE 2010 2011 3.50 3.50 .50 .50 4.00 4.00 Capital Outlay Intersection Traffic Counter Traffic Counters Traffic model software upgrade Upgrade Arcview Software Road Use Tax Op Supp 220,000 - 80 - GOVERNMENTAL ACTIVITIES GENERAL GOVERNMENT City Council City Manager City Clerk Police Citizen’s Review Board (PCRB) Personnel City Attorney Human Rights Non-Operational Administration Human Service Agency Funding Community Event Funding Finance Department Tort Liability Insurance Employee Benefits Emergency Levy F Y 2 0 1 1 Fund: 1000 General Center: 411100 City Council CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA FINANCIAL PLAN FOR 2011 -2013 FTE 2010 2011 7.00 7.00 7.00 7.00 2011 Fund: 1000 General Center: 412100 City Manager FTE 2010 2011 3,00 3.00 Actual Estimate Budget Projection Projection Property Tax -General Printed Materials Other Misc Revenue Levy 133,301 157,252 40 113 155,678 40 113 153,923 40 113 154,335 40 113 Total Receipts 133,301 157,405 155,831 154,076 154,488 Personnel Services Supplies Capital Outlay 55,614 61,958 5,782 9,947 56,557 88,256 12,592 56,579 89,384 9,868 54,440 89,608 10,028 54,461 89,837 10,190 Total Expenditures Personnel Services CITY COUNCIL 133,301 157,405 155,831 154,076 154,488 Capital Outlay 2009 Actual 2010 Estimate 2011 Budget 2012 Projection 2013 Projection Property Tax -General Intra-city Charges Other Misc Revenue Levy 574,097 7,642 363 522,948 7,642 522,885 7,642 536,283 7,795 548,866 7,951 Total Receipts 582,102 530,590 530,527 544,078 556,817 Personnel Services Supplies 468,277 75,164 13,376 Total Expenditures 556,817 Personnel Services Capital Outlay 2011 506,086 72, 012 4,004 449, 394 75,420 5,776 442,392 74,852 13,283 582,102 530,590 530,527 455, 743 75,006 13,329 544,078 ADM ASSISTANT TO CITY MANAGER 1.00 1.00 ASST CITY MANAGER 1.00 1.00 CITY MANAGER 1.00 1.00 - 81 - Fund: 1000 General Center: 411200 City Clerk CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA FINANCIAL PLAN FOR 2011 -2013 Personnel Services ALMINISTRATIVE SECRETARY CITY CLERK DEPUTY CITY CLERK LICENSE SPECIALIST 4.00 4.00 Fund: 1000 General Center: 411400 Police Citizen Review Board 2009 Actual 4,218 Services Total Expenditures 4,218 4,218 2,629 2,629 2,629 2,629 2,633 2,637 2,633 2,637 2009 Actual 407, 714 9,233 6,300 118 9,549 Property Tax -General Levy Professional Licenses Code Enforcement Printed Materials Other Misc Revenue Rents Total Receipts Personnel Services Supplies Total Expenditures 2010 Estimate 521,837 8,729 3,000 278 8,704 225 432,914 542,773 353,048 76, 664 3,202 432, 914 362,066 178,860 1,847 542,773 449,061 575,639 FTE 2010 2011 Capital Outlay 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 2011 2012 2013 Budget Projection Projection 437,107 563,685 460,491 8,729 8,729 8,729 3,000 3,000 3,000 225 225 225 449,061 575,639 472,445 378,434 389,033 399,841 66,753 182,694 68,654 3,874 3,912 3,950 472,445 2011 2012 2013ProjectionProjection 2,633 2,637Property Tax -General Levy Total Receipts 2010 Estimate 2,629 2011 Budget 2,629 4,218 2,629 2,629 2,633 2,637 - 82 - Fund: 1000 General Center: 412200 Personnel CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA FINANCIAL PLAN FOR 2011 -2013 Personnel Services Supplies Capital Outlay 2009 Actual 411,837 80 118 10, 186 283,053 123,259 14,309 1,600 2013Projection 564,331 Personnel Services PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATOR PERSONNEL ASSISTANT PERSONNEL GENERALIST FTE 2010 2011 1.00 1.002.00 2.001.00 1.00 Capital Outlay 2011 Fund: 1000 General Center: 411300 City Attorney 4.00 4.00 5.60 5.60 Property Tax -General Levy Misc. Chg. For Ser. Printed Materials Intra-city Charges Total Receipts 2010 2011 2012 Estimate Budget Projection 493,866 537,365 542,553 Total Expenditures 422,221 493,866 537,365 542,553 564,331 309, 021 167,452 17,393 320,756 193,497 23,112 338,835 180,343 23,375 422,221 493,866 537,365 542,553 564,33]. 357,336 183,353 23,642 2009 2010 2011 2012 Actual Estimate Budget Projection 604,395 501,469 562,892 580,549 561 462 462 462 26 73 Property Tax -General Levy Code Enforcement Printed Materials Intra-city Charges Other Misc Revenue Total Receipts Personnel Services Supplies Total Expenditures Personnel Services 76,396 123,953 1,884 1,117 76,396 2013Projection 599,588 462 79,48277, 924 683,262 627,074 639,750 658,935 679,532 632,135 579,067 597,397 616,228 636,46528,644 38,145 29,919 30,024 30,13122,483 9,862 12,434 12,683 12,936 683,262 627,074 639,750 658,935 679,532 FTE 2010 2011 ADMINISTRATIVE SECRETARY 1.00 1.00 ASSISTANT CITY ATTORNEY 2.00 2.00 CITY ATTORNEY .60 .60 FIRST ASST CITY ATTORNEY 1.00 1.00 LEGAL ASSISTANT 1.00 1.00 Capital Outlay 2011 - 83 - Fund: 1000 General Center: 415100 Human Rights CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA FINANCIAL PLAN FOR 2011 -2013 FTE 2010 2011 Property Tax -General Levy Misc. Lic. & Permits Other Misc Revenue Total Receipts Personnel Services Supplies Total Personnel Services 2009Actual 2010Estimate 2011 Budget 2012Projection 2013Projection 209,983 240 3,558 254,916 90 1,800 263,846 90 1,500 274,849 90 1,500 285,362 90 1,500 213,781 256,806 265,436 276,439 286,952 172,823 32,862 8,096 209,287 39,818 7,701 222,885 34,957 7,594 233,445 35,249 7,745 243,506 35,546 7,900 213,781 256,806 265,436 276,439 286,952 Capital Outlay 2011 RIGHTS INVESTIGATOR .50 .50 HUMAN RIGHTS COORDINATOR 1.00 1.00 HUMAN RIGHTS INVESTIGATOR 1.00 1.00 2.50 2.50 - 84 - CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA FINANCIAL PLAN FOR 2011 2013 Fund: 1000 General Center: 416100 Non-Operational Administration Personnel Services FTE 2010 2011 Capital Outlay 2011 Transfers In Cant ingency Transfers Out 370,000 370,000 7, 967,275 7,967,275 Airport Oper Subsidy JCCOG Admin/Hmn Serv Annual ECICOG Supprt DubuqueStElevation SWWTP Expansion 100,000 143, 156 21,532 2,160,000 5,660,000 8,084,688 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Actual Estimate Budget Projection Projection Other City Taxes 188,081 7,896,592 8,000,982 8,161,002 8,324,222 Fed. Intergov. Rev.11,365 Disaster Assistance 1,515 Misc Merchandise 73 Sale Of Assets 270,737 Empl Benefits Levy 5,501,029 7,598,058 7,967,275 8,880,497 9,746,031 Emergency Levy 122,432 522,187 From Parking Operations 200,000 From Broadband 100,000 Total Receipts 6,395,232 16,016,837 15,968,257 17,041,499 18,070,253 Personnel Services Other Financial Uses Total Expenditures 1,076,391 636,027 629,229 657,902 657,903 657,904 262,521 8,567,202 8,454,688 8,473,304 8,479,940 898,548 9,196,431 9,112,590 10,207,598 9,137,844 Empl Benefits Levy - 85 - City of Iowa City FY2011 Human Service Agency Funding Actual FY2008 Actual FY2009 Budget FY2010 Request FY2011 Budget FY2011 United Way Human Service Agencies: 4 C's 2,000$ 2,000$ -$ -$ -$ Arc of Johnson County 2,000 2,000 - - - Big Brothers/Big Sisters 37,000 37,000 35,000 40,000 32,000 Compeer*- - - 32,000 5,000 16,000 16,000 14,000 16,000 14,000 Crisis Center 39,730 40,730 36,500 40,150 40,000 Domestic Violence Program 51,000 52,000 52,000 53,550 52,000 Elder Services Agency 59,500 60,168 54,055 60,169 54,000 Free Medical Clinic 7,000 7,500 7,263 8,000 7,500 - 10,000 8,000 53,000 8,000 ICARE - Iowa Center for Aids Resource 9,220 9,220 8,950 9,447 8,950 Jo Co Office of the American Red Cross 5,500 6,000 6,000 6,000 6,000 Mayor's Youth Employment Program 19,570 16,000 14,000 30,000 10,000 MECCA 29,745 29,000 27,000 29,920 10,000 Neighborhood Centers 60,000 61,000 55,000 75,000 60,000 Rape Victim Advocacy 11,300 12,000 12,000 12,720 12,000 Shelter House 35,000 35,500 35,500 39,050 36,500 United Action for Youth (UAY)65,000 65,000 60,000 70,000 60,000 449,565$ 461,118$ 425,268$ 575,006$ 415,950$ Other Human Service Agency Requests: 5,000 - - 4,000 - 454,565$ 461,118$ 425,268$ 579,006$ 415,950$ Contingency Funding:- - - 9,318 9,318 454,565$ 461,118$ 425,268$ 588,324$ 425,268$ (105,000) (95,415) (105,000) (105,000) (105,000) (37,810) (32,967) (38,000) (38,000) (38,000) 311,755$ 332,736$ 282,268$ 445,324$ 282,268$ Less direct funding from: Grand Total: Aid to Human Services Agencies Subtotal: United Way Agencies Subtotal: Other Human Services Agencies REQUESTS FOR AID TO AGENCIES General Fund / Non-Operational Admin Aid to Human Services Agencies: Housing Trust Fund of Iowa City Consortium for Youth Employment Water, Sewer and Stormwater Utility Billing Abatements Extend the Dream Foundation Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Aid to Human Service Agencies is $425,268 in FY2011; with $282,268 budgeted from General Fund, $105,000 from Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), and $38,000 from Water, Sewer and Stormwater utility billing abatements. - 86 - City of Iowa City - General Fund Community Event and Program Funding Actual FY2008 Actual FY2009 Budget FY2010 Funding Requests FY2011 Budget FY2011 All-Iowa New Horizons Band Extravaganza 250 - - - - Backyard Abundance - - - 2,500 - Bike to Work Week 1,500 1,500 1,500 1,500 1,500 Access 2 Independence of the Eastern Iowa Corridor, Inc. (previously Evert Conner Rights & Resource Center for Independent Living) ADA Celebration 972 972 972 1,400 1,400 Disability Awareness Month Kickoff - - - 2,440 - Extend the Dream Foundation Ralston Creek Fair & Flea Mrkt 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 Hancher's 35th Anniversary Gift to Iowa 7,500 - - - - Habeas Corpus Iowa Dance Fest & Iowa City Dance Labs - 2,020 - - - Iowa Children's Museum - "Move It! Dig it! Do it!"- - - 3,500 - Iowa City Community String Orchestra Fall & Spring Concerts 300 400 400 400 400 ICCCVB - Sports Authority 2,500 - - - - Johnson Co. Historical Society 4,000 10,000 - - - Johnson Co. Historical Society - Irving B. Weber Days 2,468 1,809 7,790 10,000 8,500 Johnson County Local Food Alliance Field to Family 500 2,020 1,000 2,000 1,000 Jaycees - 10,000 - - Jaycees' - 4th of July Fireworks * 7,500 - - - - 4th of July Fireworks (City of Iowa City)- 17,498 25,000 25,000 25,000 Landlocked Film Festival - - 3,500 3,000 3,000 Mayor's Youth Empowerment Program Youth Leadership Program Summer Camp - - - 40,000 - Mission Creek Festival - - 5,000 - - Riverside Theatre - Shakespeare Festival 3,000 4,000 4,000 5,000 5,000 Summer of the Arts:50,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 Iowa Arts Festival, Friday Night Concert Series,- - - - - Jazz Festival, Free Movie Series & Sand in the City - - - - - U of I Tippie MBA Association - Small Business Outreach Event - - - 6,000 - Youth Advisory Commission**- 537 - - - Contingency - - - - 3,362 81,490$ 111,756$ 110,162$ 163,740$ 110,162$ Actual FY2008 Actual FY2009 Budget FY2010 Estimated FY2011 180,982$ 188,081$ 180,982$ 180,982$ Total Hotel / Motel Taxes 723,928$ 752,324$ 723,929$ 723,929$ % of Hotel / Motel Tax to CVB 25.0% 25.0% 25.0%25.0% Iowa City / Coralville Convention & Visitors Bureau: Funding Requests for Community Events & Programs Community Event / Program Funding: ** Youth Advisory Commission to be funded from General Fund as part of Council operations, beginning in FY2010. Community event and program funding totals $110,162 in FY2011. Funding requests totaled $163,740. Community & Economic Development Assistance Twenty-five percent (25%) of annual Hotel/Motel Tax revenue is allocated to the Iowa City / Coralville Convention & Visitors Bureau (ICCVB). - 87 - FTE -- 2010 2011 2.86 2.86 2011 CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA FINANCIAL PLAN FOR 2011 -2013 2009 2010 2011 2012ActualEstimateBudgetProjection 21,750,748 22, 199,44720,372,342 5,000 400,601 36,302 98,400 24,739 305,550 592, 900 Fund: 1000 General Center: 413100 Finance Administration Current Taxes Delq Prop Taxes Other City Taxes General Use Permits Food & Liquor Licenses Property Tax Credits Code Enforcement Parking Fines Contrib & Donations Intra-city Charges Other Misc Revenue Interest Revenues Transfers From T±f Districts From Ic Housing Authority Total Receipts Total Expenditures Personnel Services 19,499,923 8,410386,329 39,560 90, 904 35, 797 255,305 441,518 3,000 1,355,960 288 750, 054 410, 135 36,302 98,400 24,739 305,550 592, 900 2013 Proj ection 22,639,036 421,025 36,302 98,400 24, 739 305,550 592,900 415, 317 36,302 98,40024,739 305,550 592,900 Personnel Services Supplies 2,331,641 2,655,062 2,708,163 2,762,326 356,700 15,000 18, 000 350,000 350,000 350,000 274,474 73,539 3, 055 22,867,048 24,557,175 26,223,836 26,730,818 27,230,278 315,384 82,865 3,737 320, 022 84,228 3,737 327,829 85,442 3,812 351,068 401,986 407,987 417,083 427,158 336, 592 86,679 3,887 ADMINISTRATIVE SECRETARY .21 .21 BUDGET MANAGEMENT ANALYST 1.00 1.00 FINANCE DIRECTOR .90 .90 MANAGEMENT ANALYST .75 .75 Capital Outlay - 88 - Fund: 1000 General Center: 413200 Accounting CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA FINANCIAL PLAN FOR 2011 -2013 Personnel Services ACCOUNT CLERK —ACCTNG ACCOUNTANT -PAYROLL ASSISTANT CONTROLLER CONTROLLER INTERNAL AUDITOR SR ACCOUNTANT -ACCOUNTING SR ACCOUNTS PAYABLE CLERK FTE 2010 2011 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 7.00 7.00 Capital Outlay 2011 Fund: 1000 General Center: 413300 Purchasing FTE 2010 2011 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Actual Estimate Budget Projection Projection Property Tax -General Levy 633,181 682,345 715,033 740,238 763,661 Local Govt 28e Agreements 700 720 960 979 999 Printed Materials 35 Intra-city Charges 224 300 300 306 312 Other Misc Revenue 6,428 5,800 5,800 5,800 5,800 Special Assessments 1,827 642,395 689,165 722,093 747,323 770,772Total Receipts Personnel Se rvi c e s Supplies Total Expenditures 475, 281 165,064 2,050 642,395 495, 761 191,264 2,140 689, 165 532,438 185,322 4,333 722,093 555,353 187,5524,418 747,323 576,440 189,828 4, 504 770,772 Property Tax -General Levy Other Misc Revenue Total Receipts PersonnelServicesSupplies Total Expenditures Personnel Services 2011 Budget 326,058 2009 Actual 298,771 5,291 304,062 282, 815 20, 334 913 304,062 2010Estimate 313,886 5, 157 319,043 293,698 24,592 753 2012 Proj ection 334,698 2013 Proj ection 343,880 326,058 334,698 343,880 304,462 312,942 321,96320,843 20,987 21,132 753 769 785 BUYER I -PURCHASING BUYER II PURCHASING AGENT PURCHASING CLERK 319,043 326,058 334,698 343,880 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 4. 00 Capital Outlay 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 4 .00 2011 - 89 - Fund: 1000 General Center: 413400 Revenue Division CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA FINANCIAL PLAN FOR 2011 -2013 Personnel Services CASHIER -REVENUE CUSTOMER SERVICE REP -REVENU REVENUE & RISK MANAGER SR ACCOUNTANT -REVENUE Fund:1000 General Center: 413500 Document Services 2009 Actual 226, 147 22,783 248,930 2010 Estimate 255,909 17,883 273,792 2011 3, 000 Property Tax -General Levy Water Charges For Services Parking Fines Other Misc Revenue Total Receipts 2009 Actual 908,817 4,256 872 2010 2011 2012 2013 Estimate Budget Projection Projection 981,347 8,287 -55 610 969,659 984,468 998,301 8,287 8,287 8,287 Total Expenditures 913,945 990,189 977,946 992,755 1,006,588 Personnel 494,587 524,592 533,544 550,698 567,693 Services 412,675 458,255 436,050 434,762 431,454 Supplies 6,683 6,142 7,152 7,295 7,441 Capital Outlay 1,200 1,200 913,945 990,189 977,946 992,755 1,006,588 FTE 2010 2011 Capital Outlay 1.38 5,00 .50 1.00 1.38 5.00 .50 1.00 OFFICE CHAIRS 7.88 7.88 2011 1,200 1,200 2012 2013 Projection Projection 264,433 273,124 18,241 18,606 Property Tax -General Levy Intra-city Charges Total Receipts 2011 Budget 255,737 17,883 Personnel 220,540 228,592 240,124 248,827 257,527 Services 20,687 26,392 18,688 18,802 18,918 Supplies Capital Outlay 7,703 11,808 7,000 11,808 3,000 12,045 3,000 12,285 3,000 Total Expenditures Personnel Services 273,620 282,674 291,730 DOCUMENT SERVICES SUPV DOCUMENT SPECIALIST SR. DOCUMENT SPECIALIST 248,930 273,792 273,620 282,674 291,730 FTE 2010 2011 .50 2.00 1.00 3.50 Capital Outlay Software.50 2.00 1.00 3 .50 3,000 - 90 - Current Taxes Delq Prop Taxes Other City Taxes Total Receipts Personnel ServicesSupplies Total Expenditures 2009 Actual 1,007,291 435 19, 962 1,027,688 2010 2011 Estimate Budget 1,057,155 1,118,503 20,755 21,070 1,077,910 1,139,573 2012 Proj ection 1,150,452 Personnel Services ASSISTANT CITY ATTORNEY FTE 2010 2011 1.00 1.00 FTE 2010 2011 .21 .21 .05 .05 .26 .26 Capital Outlay 2011 2011 Transfers In Transfers Out Empi Benefits Levy GF All Other Emp Ben Transit Empi Benefit 398,954 7,967,275 991, 137 9,357,366 Fund: 1000 General Center: 413610 Tort Liability, Insurance CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA FINANCIAL PLAN FOR 2011 -2013 98,341821,648 977,802 12,210 821,648 1,088,353 2013 Proj ection 1,183,242 20,581 1,203,823 116, 7531,073,978 12,703 1,203,434 20, 193 1,170,645 110,850 1,046,868 12,454 1,170,172 104,7991,020,802 12,210 1,137,811 1.00 1.00 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Actual Estimate Budget Projection Projection 1,592,081 2,092,258 2,068,049 1,974,101 1,791,419 9,275,967 9,615,177 10,510,779 11,341,556 Fund: 2400 Employee Benefits Beginning Balance Current Taxes Delq Prop Taxes Other City Taxes State 28e Agreements Other Misc Revenue Interest Revenues Total Receipts Personnel Services Other Financial Uses Total Expenditures Ending Balance Personnel Services 8,728,541 3,764 172,931200,4414,729 182,586 216,457 189 1,436 9,110,406 9,675,199 9,950,643 181,937 196,403 209,723152,093 155,135 158,238 39, 167 469,5708,101,492 8,610,229 41, 271 691,237 8,966, 900 9,699,408 24,819 662,406 9,357,366 10,044,593. 1,436 10, 863,753 25,508 668, 844 10,352,083 11,046,435 ADMINISTRATIVE SECRETARY FINANCE DIRECTOR 1,436 11,710,953 26,224 675,44911,305,429 12, 007, 102 2,092,258 2,068,049 1,974,101 1,791,419 1,495,270 Capital Outlay - 91 - Fund: 2700 Emergency Levy Beginning Balance Current Taxes Delq Prop Taxes Other City Taxes Total Receipts Other Financial Uses Total Expenditures Ending Balance CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA FINANCIAL PLAN FOR 2011 -2013 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013ActualEstimateBudgetProjection Projection 512, 975 9,212 522, 187 522,187 522,187 0 0431 119,569 522,380 122,001 122, 432 122,432 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 - 92 - GOVERNMENT ACTIVITIES DEBT SERVICE Debt Service Fund Schedule of General Obligation Debt F Y 2 0 1 1 CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA FINANCIAL PLAN FOR 2011 -2013 Funds: DEBT SERVICE 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013ActualEstimateBudgetProjection Projection Beginning Balance 7,638,397 10,636,560 13,299,805 12,445,793 11,582,323 Current Taxes 10,826,360 11,106,969 12,028,775 13,336,786 13,304,096 Delq Prop Taxes 4,467 1,500 Other City Taxes 204,861 213,571 205,655 226,520 224,836 Contrib &Donations 100,000 Interest Revenues 381,416 149,165 34,145 34,145 34,145 Debt Sales 23,237,707 From Airport Operations 28,486 68,000 Debt Service 18,828,739 Abatements Funding 3,574,245 4,234,674 845,010 842,104 838,147 Misc Transfers In 66,806 40,000 40,000 40,000 Loans 317,370 71,910 37,806 46,000 46,000 Total Receipts 57,570,457 15.845.789 13,191,391 14,525,555 14.487,224 Services 50,314 11,000 Debt Service 35,689,697 13,171,544 14,045,403 15,389,025 15,348,119 Other Financial Uses 18,832,283 Total Expenditures 54,572,294 13,182,544 14,045,403 15,389,025 15,348,119 Ending Balance 10,636,560 13,299,805 12,445,793 11,582,323 10,721,428 FTE Personnel Services 2010 2011 Capital Outlay 2011 02 Issue 5/02 2,809,160 GO Issue 07 1,080,438 GO Issue 08 1,098,794 GO Issue 09 903,450 GO Issue 12/03 599,785 GO Issue 3/05 855,500 GO Issue FY06 A&B 906,633 GO Issue FY10 973,516 GO Refunding 2008 2,367,613 GO Refunding 2009 927,725 GO Refunding Issue 2006 9/06 382,723 Plaza Twr TIF GO 04 669,953 Refunding 10/02 470,113 14,045,403 Transfers In Transfers Out 2002 Water Abatement 362,287 2006 Water Abatement 382,723 Lib Commercial Prop 100,000 GRIP Loan Repayments 40,000 885, 010 - 93 - FY2011 FY2012 FY2013 2002 G.O. / Multi-purpose, $18.4 Mill Library Expansion 29,100,000 2021 14,875,000 2,809,160 2,815,960 1,496,575 2002 G.O. / Multi-purpose; Refunding '92 Capital Loan Notes, '94 GO, '95 GO, and '96 GO 10,600,000 2015 2,090,000 470,113 476,463 486,600 2003 G.O. / Multi-purpose 5,570,000 2014 2,205,000 599,785 597,460 599,640 2004 Taxable G.O. / Plaza Tower T.I.F. 7,305,000 2023 6,320,000 669,953 668,978 666,403 2005 G.0. / Multi-purpose 7,020,000 2015 3,820,000 855,500 855,650 858,088 2006A G.O. / Multi-purpose 6,265,000 2016 4,105,000 774,200 779,800 779,200 2006B G.O. Taxable 1,000,000 2016 675,000 132,433 137,208 136,433 2006C G.O. Refunding 1997A Capital Loan Notes 3,350,000 2017 2,105,000 382,723 371,590 360,458 2007 G.O. / Multi-purpose 8,870,000 2017 6,545,000 1,080,438 1,079,125 1,076,688 2008A G.O. / Multi-purpose 9,150,000 2018 7,545,000 1,098,794 1,096,656 1,098,706 2008B G.O. Refunding 1998, 1999 & 2000 Capital Loan Notes 17,005,000 2018 13,235,000 2,367,613 2,324,563 2,271,063 2009C G.O. / Multi-purpose 6,685,000 2017 6,085,000 793,300 788,050 787,550 2009D G.O. - Taxable 505,000 2014 405,000 110,150 108,150 105,900 2009E G.O. Refunding 2001 G.O.5,840,000 2016 5,040,000 927,725 947,325 951,225 2010 GO - Proposed 7,470,000 2020 7,470,000 973,516 973,516 973,516 2011 GO - Proposed 11,000,000 2021 - - 1,368,531 1,368,531 2012 GO - Proposed 9,900,000 2022 - - - 1,331,543 2013 GO - Proposed 7,400,000 2023 - - - - 82,520,000$ 14,045,400$ 15,389,023$ 15,348,116$ Iowa City's property tax asking for debt service G.O. Debt Service Abatement (estimated): expenditures include the following abatements: G.R.I.P. (TARP) Loan Repayments (40,000) (40,000) (40,000) G.I.C.H.F. Loan Repayments Berry Court LP (25,940) (27,373) (27,373) Peninsula (45,970) (10,433) (10,433) Library Commercial Space Net Income (100,000) (100,000) (100,000) With $14.0 million scheduled in principal and Water User Fees (745,010) (745,104) (738,147) interest payments, the property tax asking is T.I.F. District Property Tax Revenue (669,953) (668,978) (666,403) reduced by $1.8 million in debt service Aviation Commerce Park Sales (216,000) (216,000) (216,000) abatements.Total G.O. Debt Service Abatement:(1,842,873) (1,807,888) (1,798,356) 12,202,527$ 13,581,136$ 13,549,761$ Issue / Use of Funds Total - General Obligation Debt Service: Fiscal Year Debt Paid in Full Amount of Issue Debt Service Payments Principal Outstanding June 30, 2010 Debt Service Levy Requirement: General Obligation Bonds Outstanding Debt Obligation at June 30, 2010 Summary by Individual Issue - 94 - BUSINESS TYPE ACTIVITIES Water Operations Wastewater Operations Airport Landfill Operations Refuse Collection Broadband Telecommunications Housing Authority Stormwater Management Parking Operations F Y 2 0 1 1 Fund: 7300 Water CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA FINANCIAL PLAN FOR 2011 -2013 Beginning Balance Water Charges For Services Refuse Charges For Services Printed Materials Misc Merchandise Other Misc Revenue Interest Revenues Rents Royalties & Commissions Sale Of Assets Total Receipts Ending Balance Personnel Services ASST SUPT -WATER BUILDING INSPECTOR CUSTOMER SERVICE COORD LABORATORY TECHNICIAN -WATER M. W. II -WATER DISTRIBUTION M. W. II -WATER SERVICE N. W. III -WATER DISTRIBUTIO M. W. III -WATER SERVICE M.W. I -METER READER M.W. I -WATER CUSTOMER SERVI M.W. I-WATER CUSTOMER SERVICE MAINTENANCE OPERATOR -WATER MW I -WATER PLANT PUBLIC INFO/ED COORD -PUB WK SR M.W.-WATER DISTRIBUTION SR MW WATER PLANT SR TPO -WATER TPO -WATER UTILITIES TECHNICIAN -WATER WATER SERVICES CLERK WATER SUPERINTENDENT Transfers In 13,414,764 12,616,202 8,302,558 7,459,944 6,916,286 8,143,909 98 31 53,305 35,680 561,089 600 643 456 8,389,805 8,397,185 8,477,947 8,559,516 2847,575 47,575 47,575 47,575 580 337,067 390,147 390,147 390,147 600 600 600 600 664 664 664 664 8,795,811 8,776,319 8,836,171 8,916,933 8,998,502 12,616,202 8,302,558 7,459,944 6,916,286 6,309,907 Transfers Out 2011 210,000 10,000 9,000 40,800 5,000 4,200 20,000 21,000 50,000 168,500 538,500 Water Annual Mains Econ Dev Coord PlntStWllHseSrcProt 2002 Water Debt Serv 2009 Water Refund DS 2008 Water Refund DS 2002 GO Abatement 2006 GO Refund Abate 600,000 20,438 88,498 623,238 850, 138 609, 175 362,287 382,723 3,536,497 2009 2010 2011 2012 Actual Estimate Budget Projection 2013 Proj ection Personnel 2,239,505 2,492,441 2,480,699 2,632,374 2,634,602 Services 2,094,577 2,569,309 2,395,816 2,429,668 2,462,343 Supplies 648,269 823,230 727,273 741,681 756,377 Capital Outlay 566,815 673,478 538,500 207,800 200,000 Other Financial Uses 4,045,207 6,531,505 3,536,497 3,449,068 3,551,559 Total Expenditures 9,594,373 13,089,963 9,678,785 9,460,591 9,604,881 FTE 2010 1.00 1.00 1.00 .50 4.00 2011 1.00 1.00 1.00 .50 4.00 Capital Outlay Contracted Improvements Contracted Improvements-Green Ini Industrial computers Other Operating Equipment Outdoor Information Kiosks 2.00 2.00 1.002.00 2.00 2.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Radio Equipment SDWA Improvement Security monitors, DVR's cameras Solar-powered Mixer Water Meters 2.00 2.00 4,00 4.00 1.00 1.00 .50 .50 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 4.00 4.00 1.00 1.00 1.75 1.75 1.00 1.00 32.75 32.75 - 95 - CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA FINANCIAL PLAN FOR 2011 -2013 Fund: 7301 Water Debt Service 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Actual Estimate Budget Projection Projection Beginning Balance 4,161,500 14,066,853 4,131,865 4,202,444 4,226,302 Debt Sales 17,003,884 Debt Service 19,036,559 2,080,655 2,082,551 2,085,268 2,090,443 Total Receipts 36,040,443 2,080,655 2,082,551 2,085,268 2,090,443 Services 42,827 Debt Service 9,263,431 12,015,643 2,011,972 2,061,410 2,062,856 Other Financial Uses 16,828,832 Total Expenditures 26,135,090 12,015,643 2,011,972 2,061,410 2,062,856 Ending Balance 14,066,853 4,131,865 4,202,444 4,226,302 4,253,889 FTE Personnel Services 2010 2011 Capital Outlay 2011 2002 Water Revenue 609,534 2008 Water Refunding 609,500 2009 Water Refunding 792,938 2,011,972 Transfers In Transfers Out 2002 Water Debt Serv 623,238 2009 Water Refund DS 850,138 2008 Water Refund US 609,175 2, 082, 551 - 96 - Fund: 7200 Wastewater Treatment Beginning Balance CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA FINANCIAL PLAN FOR 2011 -2013 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013ActualEstimateBudgetProjection Projection 10,354,583 11,704,463 8,979,934 8,769,562 8,644,855 Misc Permits & Licen Misc. Chg. For Ser. Wastewater Charges For Services Misc Merchandise Other Misc Revenue Interest Revenues Royalties & Commissions 7,860 31,666 12,578,6065,817 57,9041,411,222 256 1, 760,2552,367,955 563,523 100,784 7,950,934 12,743,451 1, 895, 4452,578,381 579,596 421,220 11,296,831 16, 771,473 1,962,480 2, 878, 584547,360 360,0008,251,533 13,999,957 2,096,315 2,865,785 558,061 305,000 8,222, 891 14,048,052 2,106,340 2,898,939 568, 978 267,500 5, 357, 159 11, 198, 916 Ending Balance Personnel Services ASST SUPT -WASTEWATER CHEMIST ELECTRICIAN -WASTEWATER ELECTRONICS TECH -WASTEWATER LABORATORY TECHNICIAN -WW M. W.I -WASTEWATER TRTMT M.W. III -WASTEWATER COLLECT MAINT OPERATOR -WASTEWATER MW II -WASTEWATER TRTMNT PLN SR CLERK/TYPIST -WASTEWATER SR M.W.-WASTEWATER PLANT SR MW -WASTEWATER COLLECTION SR TPO -WASTEWATER TPO -WASTEWATER TREATMENT WASTEWATER SUPERINTENDENT Transfers In 11,704,463 8,979,934 8,769,562 8,644,855 11,504,381 Transfers Out 2011 15,000 50,000 10,000 7,500 5,000 15,000 15,000 12,50025,000 12,500 10,000 7,500 50,000 75,000 50,000 360,000 SWWT Plant Expansion Econ Dev Coord Annual Main Replcmnt 2002 Sewer Debt Serv 2001 Sewer Debt Serv 2009 Sewer Refund DS 2008 Sewer Refund DS 840,000 20,438 500,000 3,252, 580 478, 815 658,425 2,501,275 8,251,533 13,328 13,328 13,328 13,328 13,399,968 13,375,952 13,509,712 13,644,809 Total Receipts PersonnelServices Supplies Capital Outlay Other Financial Uses Total Expenditures 40,000 593,343 400,000 400,000 400,000 305 305 305 305 14,093,331 14,046,944 13,789,585 13,923,345 14,058,442 FTE 2010 2011 Capital Outlay 1.00 1,00 CHIP SEAL ROADS 1.00 1.00 INFLOW & INFILTRATION REPAIR 1.00 1.00 LAB EQUIPMENT 1.00 1.00 LAB EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT 2.00 2.00 LANDSCAPING 1.00 1.00 LIFT STATION STRUCTURE REPAIR 1.80 1.80 LS PROCESS INSTS-UPGRADE AND REPA 3.00 3.00 NORTH PLANT BLDG MAINT. 5.90 5.90 NORTH PLANT FACILITY REPAIRS .50 .50 NP PROCESS INSTS—UPGRADE & REPAIR 1.00 1.00 SAFETY EQUIP -UPGRADE & REPAIR .90 .90 EQUIPMENT 1.00 1.00 SOUTH PLANT BLDG MAINT.4.00 4.00 SP FACILITY REPAIRS .50 .50 SP PROCESS INSTS-UPGRADE AND REPA 25.60 25.60 - 97 - 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Actual Estimate Budget Projection Projection 12,888,521 22,118,283 29,213,657 29,352,807 29,412,857 Debt Sales Debt Service Services Debt Service Other Financial Uses 33, 635,990 40,822,402 23,123,270 74,458,392 23,123,270 85,297 31, 928, 219 33,215, 114 Personnel Services FTE 2010 2011 Capital Outlay 2001 Sewer Revenue 2002 Sewer Refunding 2008 Sewer Refunding 2009 Sewer Refunding 2011 478,8153,180,1802,459,975 632, 975 6,751,945 Transfers In 2,501,275 658,425 478, 815 3,252,580 6,891,095 Transfers Out CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA FINANCIAL PLAN FOR 2011 -2013 Fund: 7201 Wastewater Treatment Debt Service Beginning Balance Total Receipts Total Expenditures Ending Balance 6,891,095 6,891,095 6,861,195 6,861,195 4, 834, 190 4,834, 190 16,087,896 6,751,945 6,801,145 6,765,193 65,228,630 16,087,896 6,751,945 6,801,145 6,765,193 22,118,283 29,153,657 29,352,807 29,412,857 27,481,854 2008 2009 2001 2002 Sewer Refund DS Sewer Refund DS Sewer Debt Serv Sewer Debt Serv - 98 - Fund: 7600 Airport Other State Grants Cant rib & Donations Other Misc Revenue Interest Revenues Rents Royalties & Commissions Sale Of Assets General Levy General Fund Cip Funding Interfund Loans Total Receipts CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA FINANCIAL PLAN FOR 2011 -2013 250 28,697 1,668 244, 045 19,309 2010 2011 2012 2013 Estimate Budget Projection Projection 2, 115 271,600 21,302 225,000 130,000 116,400 32, 145 117,375 433,763 Personnel Services Supplies Capital Outlay Other Financial Uses 68,037 196, 664 7,649 8, 114 218,555 499, 019 54,775 43,268 235,778 243,364 8,968 18,532 165,203 249,300 411,289 52,309 876,013 606,773 365,232 440,711 Ending Balance 101,223 327,535 301,674 335,244 293,335 Personnel Services AIRPORT OPERATIONS SPECIALIST MWI -AIRPORT (VACANT) FTE 2010 2011 .75 .75 1.00 1.00 1.75 1.75 Capital Outlay Carpet Replacement Hangar A Taxilane Drainage Imp Overlay Taxiway to Runway 25 End Pavement Rehab South Taxilanes-Pavement Maint Terminal Apron&Taxiway Pavement R Terminal Door Replacement Terminal Roof Rehab 2011 15,000 30,500 75,500 5,000 41,250 67,050 5,000 10,000 249,300 Transfers In Transfers Out 100,000 Econ Dev Coord SW T-Hangar Ln Repay Corp Hangar Ln Repay SE T-Hangar Ln Repay UI Hangar Expan Repy 10,219 6, 512 14,239 8,419 12,920 Beginning Balance 2009 Actual 58,898 101,223 327,535 301,674 335,244 182, 110 2,500 2,500 2,500 275,000 275,000 275,000 21,302 21,302 21,302 100,000 100,000 100,000 541,344 1,102,325 580,912 398,802 398,802 Total Expenditures 46, 011 244,835 18, 894 1,000 54,492 48,639 245,739 19,264 70,000 57,069 GF Prop Tax Support 100,000 52,309 - 99 - Fund: 7500 Landfill Beginning Balance CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA FINANCIAL PLAN FOR 2011 -2013 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013ActualEstimateBudgetProjection Projection 24,272,036 28,309,230 18,432,188 13,288,829 14,259,401 606, 1923,525 214,135 5,705,431 18,186 51,233 685,759 32, 005 500,000 838,8844,550 999,7752,358,340 174,849 211,586 878, 156 4,622,706 231,3274,625,937 12,33022,079 437,318 23, 900 500,0001,032,959 4, 550 1,215,920 2,474,539 176,353 143,00012,757,630 16,767,442 4,625,937 12,330 374,62823,900 500,000252,531 1,266,824 2,749,845 173, 016 118,000 6,625,000 10,932,685 4,625,937 12,330 374,62823,900 500,000 314,522 1,348,137 2,778, 130 176,478 78,000 500,000 4,880,745 4,625,937 12,330 374,628 23,900 500,000 328,157 1,353,395 2,807,025 180,007 78,000 500,000 4,918,427 Ending Balance 28,309,230 18,432,188 13,288,829 14,259,401 15,205,926 FTE Personnel Services ASSIST SUPT -LANDFILL ENVIRONMENTAL COORD/LANDFILL LANDFILL OPERATOR M.W. III -LANDFILL RECYCLE CLERK -LANDFILL RECYCLING COORDINATOR SCALEHOUSE OPERATOR SR CLERK/TYPIST -WASTEWATER SR ENGINEER SR MW -LANDFILL WASTEWATER SUPERINTENDENT Transfers In Transfers Out 2011 25, 000 5,000 10,000 5,0005,000 5,000 10,000 3, 000 25, 000 10,00015,000 118,000 Court St. DaycareFireStation 2 Repay UI Hangar Expan Repy Sand Lake Loan RepayLF Repi Reserve FndgSr Ctr Env Ln RepaySE T-Hangar Ln RepayCorp Hangar Ln Repay SW T-Hangar Ln RepayS.Side Pkg Ln Repay 52, 10531,359 12,920 18,546 500,000 6,5458,419 14,239 6, 512 101,886 752, 531 LF Repl Reserve Fndg 2nd Half of FYO9Ce11 EastsdeRecyclingCntr 500,0003,500,0002,625,000 6,625,000 Fed. Intergov. Rev.Other State GrantsRefuse Charges For ServicesLandfill Charges For ServicesMisc MerchandiseOther Misc RevenueInterestRevenues Rents From Landfill Operations Interfund Loans Loans Total Receipts Personnel ServicesSupplies Capital OutlayOtherFinancial Uses Total Expenditures 8,659,900 6,890,400 5,789,326 5,851,317 5,864,952 2010 1.00 2011 1.00 Capital Outlay CHIP SEAL COMPOST PAD & ROADS 1.00 1.00 FACILITY EQUIPMENT REPAIRS 5.00 5.00 FACILITY IMPROVEMENTS 2.00 2.00 HI-lW MANAGEMENT PROGRAM 1.00 1.00 LANDFILL SHOPS 1.00 1.00 LANDSCAPING 1.50 1.50 Landfill Shops .50 .50 MONITORING INSTRUMENTS 1.00 1.00 PERIMETER FENCING 1.00 1.00 RECYCLE AREA .50 .50 ROLL OFF CONTAINERS 15.50 15.50 - 100 - Fund: 7400 Refuse Collection CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA FINANCIAL PLAN FOR 2011 -2013 2009 Actual 2010Estimate 2011 2012 2013 Budget Projection Projection Beginning Balance General Use Permits Refuse Charges For Services Sale Of Forfeited Property Other Misc Revenue Interest Revenues Total Receipts 476,502 385,096 253,460 297,861 330,534 4,350 2,716,564 85 1,152 7,399 Personnel Services ASST SUPT STREETS/SOLID WASTE CLERK/TYPIST -SOLID WASTE M.W. III -REFUSE M.W. I -REFUSE M.W. II -REFUSE SUPT STREETS/SOLID WASTE FTE 2010 2011 Capital Outlay 1.00 1.00 REFUSE CARTS 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 7.00 7.0010.00 10.00 .35 .35 20.35 20.35 2011 132,000 2,350 2,816,207 215 2,805 2,350 2,898,092 3,500 2, 350 2,925,615 3,500 2,729,550 2,821,577 2,903,942 2,931,465 2,959,263 2,350 2,953,413 3,500 Personnel 1,294,271 1,413,084 1,425,386 1,516,497 Services 1,286,246 1,228,599 1,225,916 1,238,566 Supplies Capital Outlay 52,056 188,383 57,530 198,000 76,239 132,000 77,729 66,000 Other Financial Uses 56,000 Total Expenditures Ending Balance 1,518,041 1,251,499 79,248 66,000 2,820,956 2,953,213, 2,859,541 2,898,792 2,914,788 385,096 253,460 297,861 330,534 375,009 132, OPO - 101 - CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA FINANCIAL PLAN FOR 2011 -2013 2009 Actual 2010 Estimate 2011 Budget 2012 Proj ection 2013 Proj ect ion Beginning Balance Personnel Services CABLE PRODUCTION COORDINATOR CABLE TV ADMINISTRATOR CLERICAL ASSISTANT -CABLE TV COMMUNICATIONS TECH -CABLE COMMUNITY PROGRAMMER M.W. I -SENIOR CENTER PRODUCTION ASST -CABLE TV SPECIAL PROJECTS ASST CABLE Transfers In 1,201,632 1,264,702 1,219,920 1,253,172 1,284,161 Transfers Out 2011 1,600 15,000 3,000 1,000 25,000 Cable TV to Libr AV Cable Equip Reserve 25,000 55,000 25,000 80,000 Fund: 7800 Broadband Telecommunications Franchise Fees Other Misc Revenue Interest Revenues Sale Of Assets From Broadband 794,919 254 29,318 450 11,500 804,048 299 14,612 11,500 762,764 200 13,000 25,000 762,764 200 13,000 25,000 762,764 200 13,000 25,000 Total Receipts 836,441 830,459 800,964 800,964 800,964 Personnel Services Supplies Capital Outlay Other Financial Uses 480,217 90,101 8,301 23,347 171,405 505,669 215,053 5,247 82,772 66,500 492,142 169,307 5,663 20,600 80,000 512,402 171,807 5,766 80,000 530,957 174,363 5,870 80,000 Total Expenditures Ending Balance 773,371 875,241 767,712 769,975 791,190 1,264,702 1,219,920 1,253,172 1,284,161 1,293,935 FTE 2010 2011 Capital Outlay 1.00 1.00 .75 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 .75 1.00 1.00 4X Television monitors High Definition Studio/Field Came X2 20 inch IMAC computers X2 office chair replacement .19 .19 1.00 1.00 .75 .75 6.69 6.69 Cable Equip Reserve 20,600 - 102 - Fund: 7900 Housing Authority CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA FINANCIAL PLAN FOR 2011 -2013 2009 Actual 2010 Estimate 2011 Budget 2012 Proj ect ion 2013 Proj ection Beginning Balance 5,537,056 5,368,693 5,677,833 5,452,140 5,029,978 902, 423 6,080,004 9,126 399,433 996,388 6,947,515 12,382 15,000 18,000 7, 989,285 983,395 6,433,766 6,438 25,000 7,448,599 1,062,076 6,649,071 6,697 25,000 7,742, 844 Ending Balance Personnel Services FSS PROGRAN COORDINATOR HOUSING ADMINISTRATOR HOUSING ASSISTANT HOUSING INSPECTOR HOUSING OFFICE MANAGER HOUSING PROGRAN ASSISTANT PUBLIC HSG. COORD SECTION 8 COORD SECTION 8 COORD -VACANT PORT 5,368,693 5,624,833 5,452,140 5,029,978 4,463,954 1.00 1.00 1.25 1.00 1.00 6.00 1.00 .88 12 13.25 Transfers In Transfers Out HIS Director 25,000 25,000 Fed. Intergov. Rev.6,643,329 6,841,514 6,931,028 6,931,028 6,931,028 Local Govt 28e Agreements 1,350 Contrib & Donations 1,051 5,000 Other Misc Revenue 85,662 133,000 8,000 8,000 Interest Revenues 139,537 70,855 68,000 68,000 Rents 179,485 150,438 145,438 145,438 Royalties & Commissions 23,287 24,354 24,354 24,354 Sale Of Assets 1,935 450,000 Misc Transfers In 49,525 Loans 97,462 570,264 46,086 Total Receipts 7,222,623 8,245,425 7,222,906 7,1.76,820 Personnel Services Supplies Capital Outlay Other Financial Uses Total Expenditures 8,000 68,000 145,438 24, 354 46,086 7,222, 906 1,053,782 6,559,720 6,566 25,000 7, 645, 0687,390,986 2010 FTE 2011 Capital Outlay 1.00 1.00 1.25 1.00 1.00 6.00 1.00 .88 12 13 .25 2011 - 103 - Fund: 7700 Stormwater Management CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA FINANCIAL PLAN FOR 2011 -2013 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Actual Estimate Budget Projection Projection Beginning Balance 1,212,536 1,337,807 747,866 278,799 49,333 Stormwater Charges For Services Contrib & Donations Other Misc Revenue Interest Revenues 622, 827 3,445 298 14,507 629,487 Ending Balance 1,337,807 747,866 278,799 49,333 61,371 FTE Personnel Services M.W. III -WASTEWATER COLLECT MW II -WASTEWATER TRTMNT PLN PUBLIC INFO/ED COORD -PUB WK SR ENGINEER SR MW -WASTEWATER COLLECTION • 10 1.90 1.90 2011 55,000 150,000 25,000 25,000 255,000 Transfers In Transfers Out RvrsdflrvArt sCampus 500,000 500,000 Total Receipts Personnel Services Supplies Capital Outlay Other Financial Uses Total Expenditures 614,682 630,000 630,000 630,000 30, 771 657,043 146,063 157, 113 2,461 216,004 10,131 531,772 12,500 642,500 193, 502 160,229 2,836 255,000 500,000 1,111,567 178,917 143,595 3,416 207,500 686,000 1,219,428 12,500 642, 500 201,272 162, 831 2,863 255,000 250,000 871,966 12,500 642, 500 207,083 165,489 2,890255,000 630,462 2010 .20 10 .501.00 .10 2011 .20 .10 .50 1.00 Capital Outlay Creek Maintenance Program Storm Sewer Maintenance Projects Stormwater Quality Program Sump Pump Discharge Tiles - 104 - Fund: 7100 Parking CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA FINANCIAL PLAN FOR 2011 2013 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013ActualEstimateBudgetProjection Projection Beginning Balance Ending Balance 3,816,462 4,783,995 2,103,433 1,785,189 986,783 143,878 171,746 2,283, 564 5,371,160 1,955,509 1,392,115 357, 999 319,536 4,010,797 8,035, 956 4,783,995 2,103,433 1,966,387 1,439,235 429, 953 15,000 2,348,586 6,199,161 677,903 464,778 2,118,262 1,461,390 438, 552 15, 000 953, 552 4, 986,756 2,142,441 1,484, 099 447,323 15,000 958,784 5,047,647 677,903 464,778 190,762 FTE 2010 .50 12.25 1.00 4 .00 1.00 3.00 2.50 1.00 6.50 .50 .50 32.75 2011 .50 12 .25 1.00 4.00 1.00 3.00 2.50 1.00 6.50 .50 .50 32.75 Transfers In Transfers Out NearSoS ideMultUseFac 2009 Pkg Refunded DS S.Side Pkg Ln Repay 1,400,000 846,700 101,886 2, 348, 586 Parking Fines 507,296 378,400 507,296 507,296 507,296 Other Misc Revenue 3,907 4,469 Interest Revenues 150,284 91,427 95,000 95,000 95,000 Rents 29,756 23,594 26,333 26,333 26,333 Parking Meter Revenue 807,247 959,721 959,721 959,721 959,721 Parking Lot Revenue 210,029 173,607 173,607 173,607 173,607 Pkg Ramp Revenue 3,355,941 3,120,881 2,973,379 2,973,379 2,973,379 Misc. Pkg Revenue 620,233 603,295 38,295 38,295 38,295 Sale Of Assets 484,000 Loans 170,000 Total Receipts 6,338,693 5,355,394 4,773,631 4,773,631 4,773,631 Personnel Services Supplies Capital Outlay Other Financial Uses Total Expenditures Personnel Services ASSOC DIR -TRANS SERVICE CASHIER -PARKING CUSTOMER SERVICE REP -PKG M.W.I -PARKING SYSTEMS M.W. II -PARKING SYST (NIGHT MW II -TRANSPORTATION SERV. OPERATIONS SUPV -TRANS SERV PARKING CLERK PARKING ENFORCEMENT ATTENDANT SR MW -PARKING & TRANSIT TRANSPORTATION SERVICES DIREC Capital Outlay PARKING METERS 2011 15,000 15,000 - 105 - CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA FINANCIAL PLAN FOR 2011 2013 Fund: 7101 Parking Debt Service 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013ActualEstimateBudgetProjection Projection Beginning Balance 1,928,099 1,937,230 3,598,351 3,634,125 3,641,625 Debt Sales 10,000,000 Debt Service 963,429 11,498,094 846,700 846,700 846,250 Total Receipts 963,429 21,498,094 846,700 846,700 846,250 Debt Service 954,298 9,936,973 810,926 839,200 838,975 Other Financial Uses 9,900,000 Total Expenditures 954,298 19,836,973 810,926 839,200 838,975 Ending Balance 1,937,230 3,598,351 3,634,125 3,641,625 3,648,900 FTE Personnel Services 2010 2011 Capital Outlay 2011 2009 Parking Refunding 810,926 810, 926 Transfers In Transfers Out 2009 Pkg Refunded DS 846,700 846,700 - 106 - INTERNAL SERVICE FUNDS Equipment / Fleet Maintenance Information Technology Services (ITS) Risk Management Loss Reserves Central Services Health and Dental Insurance Reserves F Y 2 0 1 1 Fund: 8100 Equipment Summary Beginning Balance CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA FINANCIAL PLAN FOR 2011 -2013 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Actual Estimate Budget Projection Projection 5,791,457 6,721,001 1,176,984 1,466,477 1,318,428 Personnel Services BUYER I -EQUIPMENT EQUIPMENT CLERK EQUIPMENT SHOP SUPERVISOR EQUI PMENT SUPERINTENDENT MECHANIC I —EQUIPMENT MECHANIC II -EQUIPMENT MECHANIC III -EQUIPMENT (DAY MECHANIC III -EQUIPMENT (EVE PARTS/INVENTORY CLERK -EQUIP FTE 2010 2011 .50 .76 1.00 1.00 2.00 3 .00 .50 .76 1.00 1.00 2.00 3 .00 1.00 1.00 1.00.1.00 1.00 1.00 11.26 11.26 Capital Outlay OTHER VEHICULAR EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT AUTOMOBILES REPLACEMENT TRUCKS SNOW REMOVAL EQUIPMENT TRACTORS 2011 427,500 61,400 610,300 88,200 59,400 1,246,800 Local Govt 28e Agreements Refuse Charges For Services Misc Merchandise Intra-city Charges Other Misc Revenue Interest Revenues Sale Of Assets 836,225 2,435 4,122,558 733 148,871 52,933 867,237 327 3,928,657 906 81,847 6,602 801,200 3,000 327 4,211,958 1,000 94,471 20,000 817,224 3,000 327 4,296,197 1,000 94,471 20,000 833,568 3,000 327 4,382,121 1,000 94,471 20,000 Total Receipts 5,163,755 4,885,576 5,131,956 5,232,219 5,334,487 personnel Services Supplies Capital Outlay 839,929 430,779 2,122,188 841,315 874,691 397,211 2,539,235 6,618,456 903,798 448,616 2,243,249 1,246,800 961,872 453,723 2,287,473 1,677,200 959,597 460,974 2,332,583 1,370,800 4,234,211 10,429,593 4,842,463 5,380,268 5,123,954Total Expenditures Ending Balance - 107 - Fund: 8100 Equipment Center: 462100 General Fleet Maintenance Personnel Services Supplies Capital Outlay 744, 570 384,738 2,122,126 5,250 Personnel Services EQUIPMENT CLERK EQUIPMENT SHOP SUPERVISOR EQUIPMENT SUPERINTENDENT MECHANIC I EQUIPMENT MECHANIC II -EQUIPMENT MECHANIC III -EQUIPMENT (DAY MECHANIC III —EQUIPMENT (EVE PARTS/INVENTORY CLERK -EQUIP FTE 2010 2011 .38 .38 1.00 1.00 .50 .502.00 2.00 3.00 3.00 1,00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 9.88 9.88 Capital Outlay 2011 CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA FINANCIAL PLAN FOR 2011 -2013 Local Govt 28e Agreements Refuse Charges For Services Misc Merchandise Intra-city Charges Other Misc Revenue Interest Revenues Sale Of Assets Total Receipts 2009 Actual 836,225 2,435 2, 727, 942 733 124,442 765 2010 Estimate 867,237 327 2,641,250 906 65, 610 2011 Budget 801,200 3,000 327 2,817,3421,00060,000 2012 Proj ection 817,224 3,000 327 2,873,689 1,000 60,000 2013 Proj ection 833,568 3,000 327 2,931,163 1,000 60, 000 Total Expenditures 3,692,542 3,575,330 3,682,869 3,755,240 3,829,058 767,877 793,493 848,581 325,631 377,370 381,084 2,539,071 2,243,085 2,287,306 3,256,684 3,632,579 3,413,948 3,516,971 3,562,616 843,288 386, 915 2,332,413 - 108 - Fund: 8100 Equipment Center: 462200 Equipment Replacement 2011 427,50061,400 610,300 88,20059,400 1,246,800 CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA FINANCIAL PLAN FOR 2011 -2013 2009Actual 2010Estimate 2011 Budget 2012Projection 2013Projection Intra-city chargesInterest RevenuesSale Of Assets 1,394,61624,429 52,168 1,287,407 16,2376,602 1,394,616 34,471 20,000 1,422,50834,471 20,000 1,450,95834,471 20,000 Total Receipts 1,471,213 1,310,246 1,449,087 1,476,979 1,505,429 PersonnelServicesSuppliesCapital Outlay 95,359 46,041 62 836,065 106,81471,580 164 6,618,456 110,30571,246 1641,246,800 113,291 72,639 1671,677,200 116,30974,059 1701,370,800 977,527 6,797,014 1,428,515 1,863,297 1,561,338Total Expenditures Personnel Services BUYER I -EQUIPMENT EQUIPMENT CLERK EQUI PMENT SUPERINTENDENT Capital OutlayFTE 2010 2011 .50 .50 OTHER VEHICULAR EQUIPMENT .38 .38 REPLACEMENT AUTOMOBILES .50 .50 REPLACEMENT TRUCKS SNOW REMOVAL EQUIPMENT TRACTORS 1.38 1.38 - 109 - Fund: 8300 Information Technology Beginning Balance CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA FINANCIAL PLAN FOR 2011 2013 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Actual Estimate Budget Projection Projection 2,620,609 2,697,291 1,908,604 1,337,921 1,027,636 PersonnelServicesSupplies Capital Outlay 956,300 466,89347,507 361, 616 1,055,845 639,537 47,883 754,477 1, 112, 586 499, 564 50, 175 189,779 1,852,104 Ending Balance 2,697,291 1,908,604 1,337,921 1,027,636 941,522 Personnel Services DATA BASE ADMINISTRATOR DOCUMENT SERVICES SUPV ITS COORDINATOR OPERATIONS CLERK -ITS PC TECHNICIAN SR PROGRAMMER/ANALYST SR SYSTEMS ENGINEER SYSTEMS ENGINEER VOICE/DATA NETWORK ANALYST WEB DEVELOPER 2011 8,991 2,500 156, 577 20,790 8,74111,281 22,000 35,000 3,650 10,600 86,000 6,500 142,84330,908 150,000 2,000 698,381 Misc. Chg. For Ser.1,800 900 900 900 900 Intra-city Charges 1,880,126 1,666,753 1,666,753 1,700,088 1,734,090 Interest Revenues 75,621 41,402 31,000 31,000 31,000 Sale Of Assets -48,549 Total Receipts 1,908,998 1,709,055 1,698,653 1,731,988 1,765,990 Total Expenditures 1,832,316 2,497,742 1,027,578 1,106,810 495,152 497,337 48,225 49,191 698,381 388,935 2,269,336 2,042,273 FTE 2010 2011 Capital Outlay 2.00 2.00 2008 Device CALS .50 .50 2008 R2 Server Licenses 1.00 .80 1.00 .80 Dsktop 2010 upgrade -450 devices Mail Services Client Access Licen 1.00 1.00 Mail Services Upgrade -3 servers 3.00 3.00 Network Switches 1.00 1.00 Network VCB licensing 1.00 1.00 Phone Switch Upgrades 1.00 1.00 Portable Air Conditioning Unit 1.00 1.00 Repl Network Switches Replacement File Servers Replacement Network Switches Replacement PC's Replacement Printers San Upgrade Software License 12.30 12.30 - 110 - CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA FINANCIAL PLAN FOR 2011 -2013 Fund: 8200 Risk Management Loss Reserve 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Actual Estimate Budget Projection Projection Beginning Balance 2,376,656 1,810,107 1,357,527 1,297,660 1,342,319 Intra-city charges 1,272,938 1,473,266 1,817,250 1,788,001 1,808,490 Other Misc Revenue 49,460 22,317 Interest Revenues 54,950 20,095 19,000 19,000 19,000 Total Receipts 1,377,348 1,515,678 1,836,250 1,807,001 1,827,490 Personnel 165,391 156,984 173,796 181,746 189,266 Services 1,759,823 1,736,448 1,665,014 1,522,629 1,534,203 Supplies 10,728 52,262 57,307 57,967 58,640 capital Outlay 7,955 Other Financial Uses 22,564 Total Expenditures 1,943,897 1,968,258 1,896,117 1,762,342 1,782,109 Ending Balance 1,810,107 1,357,527 1,297,660 1,342,319 1,387,700 FTEPersonnelServices2010 2011 Capital Outlay 2011 ADMINISTRATIVE SECRETARY .21 .21 FINANCE DIRECTOR .05 .05 MANAGEMENT ANALYST .25 .25 0CC SAFETY & TRNG SPEC 1.00 1.00 REVENUE & RISK MANAGER .50 .50 2.01 2.01 - 111 - Balance 607,847 599,010 616,435 653,908 693,288 Personnel Services FTE 2010 2011 .75 .75 .75 .75 Copiers Capital Outlay 2011 33,000 33,000 CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA FINANCIAL PLAN FOR 2011 -2013 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Actual Estimate Budget Projection Projection 555,702 607,847 599,010 616,435 653,908 24,000 24,480 24,970 Fund: 8400 Central Services Beginning Balance Local Govt 28e Agreements Library Chgs For Servs Printed Materials Intra-city Charges Interest Revenues Sale Of Assets Total Receipts Personnel Services Supplies Capital Outlay Total expenditures 28, 950 34 188 315,335 15, 046 105 24, 000 175 277,727 7,675 277,727 283,282 288,947 6,000 6,000 6,000 359,658 309,577 307,727 313,762 319,917 39, 163 203,627 14,041 50, 682 307,513 43,641 222, 672 19, 101 33,000 318,414 44,808 46,223 47,848 211,393 213,943 216,543 1,101 1,123 1,146 PURCHASING CLERK 290,302 276,289 280,537 - 112 - Fund: 8500 Health Insurance Reserve CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA FINANCIAL PLAN FOR 2011 -2013 2009 2010 Actual Estimate Personnel Services FTE 2010 2011 Capital Outlay 2011 Fitness Equipment 5,200 5,200 Beginning Balance Misc. Chg. For Ser. Intra-city Charges Interest Revenues Royalties & Commissions Total Receipts Services Capital Outlay Total Expenditures Ending Balance 2011 2012 2013 Budget Projection Projection 255,765 6,515,671 129,961 17,062 4,892,289 5,097,357 4,924,919 4,920,730 4,885,425 250,000 6,900,000 66,237 319,200 7,673,898 60,000 319,200 8, 122, 501 60,000 6,713,391 6,918,459 7,216,237 8,053,098 8,501,701 8,964,577 319,200 8,585,377 60,000 7,383,475 5,200 6,713,391 7,388,675 8,052,087 5,200 8,057,287 8,531,806 5,200 8,537,006 5,097,357 4,924,919 4,920,730 4,885,425 4,804,501 9,040,301 5,200 9,045,501 - 113 - CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA FINANCIAL PLAN FOR 2011 -2013 Fund: 8600 Dental Insurance Reserve 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Actual Estimate Budget Projection Projection Beginning Balance 77,104 71,461 53,404 65,390 64,437 Misc. Chg. For Ser.10,863 8,412 13,305 13,305 13,305 Intra-city charges 294,410 282,238 320,000 326,400 332,928 Other Misc Revenue 4 Interest Revenues 2,012 925 1,000 1,000 1,000 Total Receipts 307,289 291,575 334,305 340,705 347,233 Services 312,932 309,632 322,319 341,658 362,157 Total Expenditures 312,932 309,632 322,319 341,658 362,157 Ending Balance 71,461 53,404 65,390 64,437 49,513 - 114 - Capital Improvement Program FY2010 – FY2014 July 2010 Project Category FY2010 FY2011 FY2012 FY2013 FY2014 Total Airport 9,466,795 4,100,000 2,520,000 2,184,500 2,077,900 20,349,195 Flood Recovery & Mitigation 52,828,613 22,313,157 13,160,000 7,900,000 9,795,000 105,996,770 Landfill & Public Utilities 12,195,000 7,225,000 1,100,000 1,100,000 1,100,000 22,720,000 Parks, Recreation & Trails 5,194,343 2,115,000 3,357,000 5,330,000 1,208,000 17,204,343 Public Safety 8,697,055 2,050,000 634,000 60,000 - 11,441,055 Streets, Bridges & Traffic Eng. 17,894,058 7,011,261 6,336,500 5,551,500 6,045,000 42,838,319 Transportation Services 5,710,294 2,200,000 - - - 7,910,294 Misc. Other 6,477,298 1,590,000 650,000 977,000 50,000 9,744,298 Total Projects: 118,463,456 48,604,418 27,757,500 23,103,000 20,275,900 238,204,274 City of Iowa City FY2010 – FY2014 Capital Improvements Program Capital Improvement Program by Category FY2010-FY2014 Streets, Bridges & Traffic Eng. 18% Landfill & Public Utilities 10%Misc. Other 4% Airport 9% Parks, Recreation & Trails 7% Public Safety 5% Flood Recovery Projects 44% Transportation Services 3% C - 1 City of Iowa City Capital Improvements Program Project Category: AIRPORT Project Name Funding 10-Unit Hangar 525,000$ Description 525,000$ Funding FY10 FY11 FY12 FY13 FY14 Federal Grant -$ -$ -$ 475,000$ -$ 13 GO Bonds -$ -$ -$ 50,000$ -$ Project Name Funding Airport Equipment Shelter 150,000$ Description 150,000$ Funding FY10 FY11 FY12 FY13 FY14 Federal Grant -$ 142,500$ -$ -$ -$ 11 GO Bonds -$ 7,500$ -$ -$ -$ Project Name Funding Corporate Hangar 'L'1,000,000$ Description 1,000,000$ Funding FY10 FY11 FY12 FY13 FY14 State Grants -$ 500,000$ -$ -$ -$ 11 GO Bonds -$ 500,000$ -$ -$ -$ Project Name Funding South Airport Development - Flood Mitigation 2,077,900$ Description 2,077,900$ Funding FY10 FY11 FY12 FY13 FY14 Federal Grants -$ -$ -$ -$ 1,038,950$ 14 GO Bonds -$ -$ -$ -$ 1,038,950$ Flood plain mitigation work for development of south airfield improvements to Willow Creek. Fifty percent federally funded. Project will provide space for ten aircraft. Snow removal equipment was stored in the old United Hangar, which was removed as part of the obstruction mitigation program for Runway 7-25. The airport is in need of storage for their snow removal equipment. Construct large bay hangar for Fixed Base Operator (FBO) to manage, will allow for storage of business jet and large aircraft traffic. C - 2 City of Iowa City Capital Improvements Program Project Category: AIRPORT Airport - Misc. Improvements Funding Runway 12/30 Obstruction Removal (FY11)475,000$ Airport Entrance Road & Parking Lot (FY11)225,000$ Runway 7 Paralllel Taxiway (FY11-12)4,570,000$ Airport Perimeter Road (FY12)200,000$ Apron Reconstruction & Connecting Taxiway (FY13)1,659,500$ 7,129,500$ Funding FY10 FY11 FY12 FY13 FY14 Federal Grants -$ 2,801,250$ 2,394,000$ 1,576,525$ -$ 10 GO Bonds -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 11 GO Bonds -$ 148,750$ -$ -$ -$ 12 GO Bonds -$ -$ 126,000$ -$ -$ 13 GO Bonds -$ -$ -$ 82,975$ -$ -$ 2,950,000$ 2,520,000$ 1,659,500$ -$ L Each of these projects is ninety-five percent (95%) federally funded, with a five percent (5%) local match from general obligation bonds. L C - 3 City of Iowa City Capital Improvement Program Project Category: FLOOD RECOVERY AND MITIGATION Project Name Funding Animal Shelter Replacement 4,199,241$ Description 4,199,241$ Funding FY10 FY11 FY12 FY13 FY14 Insurance Proceeds 267,412$ -$ -$ -$ -$ FEMA Reimbursement 1,459,646$ -$ -$ -$ -$ State Disaster Assistance 162,183$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 11 GO Bonds -$ 700,000$ -$ -$ -$ Contrib. / Donations 110,000$ -$ 1,500,000$ -$ -$ Project Name Funding Corps Section 206 Project 1,350,000$ Description 1,350,000$ Funding FY10 FY11 FY12 FY13 FY14 Federal Grants -$ -$ -$ -$ 877,500$ Stormwater User Fees -$ -$ -$ -$ 472,500$ Project Name Funding Dubuque Street Elevation 32,000,000$ Description 32,000,000$ Funding FY10 FY11 FY12 FY13 FY14 Federal Grant 3,000,000$ -$ -$ -$ -$ Other State Grants 8,500,000$ -$ -$ -$ -$ Local Option Sales Tax 4,000,000$ 2,160,000$ 3,560,000$ 7,820,000$ -$ 13 GO Bonds -$ -$ -$ 80,000$ -$ 14 GO Bonds -$ -$ -$ -$ 2,880,000$ 15,500,000$ 2,160,000$ 3,560,000$ 7,900,000$ 2,880,000$ Project Name Funding Foster Road Elevation 3,000,000$ Description 3,000,000$ Funding FY10 FY11 FY12 FY13 FY14 12 GO Bonds -$ -$ 3,000,000$ -$ -$ This project is in coordination with the Army Corps of Engineers through the Section 206 program. This is a joint project with Coralville and the University of Iowa to implement ecological restoration in selected areas along the Iowa River and Clear Creek. Reconstruct and elevate Dubuque Street and Park Road bridge. The project will elevate 4,200 feet of Dubuque Street and 2,350 feet of nearby roads. It will also elevate trails used by walkers and cyclists. The project will remove and replace Park Road bridge and raise 250 feet of bridge approach. This project will establish more reliable access to the peninsula neighborhood by either elevating Foster Road from Laura Drive to No Name Road or by establishing a secondary access to the area. This project is in coordination with the Army Corps of Engineers through the Section 206 program. This is a joint project with Coralville and the University of Iowa to implement ecological restoration in selected areas along the Iowa River and Clear Creek. C - 4 City of Iowa City Capital Improvement Program Project Category: FLOOD RECOVERY AND MITIGATION Iowa River Power Dam Funding 360,139$ 151,500$ 511,639$ Funding FY10 FY11 FY12 FY13 FY14 FEMA Reimbursement 324,125$ -$ -$ -$ -$ State Disaster Assist.36,014$ -$ -$ -$ -$ Other State Grants 24,000$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 10 GO Bonds 27,500$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 11 GO Bonds -$ 100,000$ -$ -$ -$ Project Name Funding Normandy / Manor Intersection Elevation 1,100,000$ Description 1,100,000$ Funding FY10 FY11 FY12 FY13 FY14 State Disaster Assist.-$ -$ -$ -$ 1,100,000$ Project Name Funding Riverside Drive & Arts Campus Stormsewer Modifications 1,000,000$ Description 1,000,000$ Funding FY10 FY11 FY12 FY13 FY14 Stormwater User Fees -$ 500,000$ -$ -$ -$ Other Local Govts.-$ 500,000$ -$ -$ -$ Project Name Funding South Wastewater Plant Expansion 46,000,000$ Description 46,000,000$ Funding FY10 FY11 FY12 FY13 FY14 Federal Grants 11,000,000$ 11,000,000$ -$ -$ -$ Other State Grants 5,000,000$ -$ -$ -$ -$ I-JOBS 3,500,000$ -$ -$ -$ -$ Local Option Sales Tax 3,690,000$ 5,660,000$ 4,260,000$ -$ -$ Wastewater User Fees 210,000$ 840,000$ 840,000$ -$ -$ 23,400,000$ 17,500,000$ 5,100,000$ -$ -$ The Flood of 2008 identified deficiencies in the stormsewer system that serves River Street near Riverside Drive and areas to the west. This project will relocate the North Wastewater Treatment Plant and consolidate operations into the South Wastewater Treatment Plant by expansion of the SWTP facilities, and demolition of the North Wastewater Treatment Plant. This project will elevate the intersection to reduce the frequency that it floods and provide more reliable access to the residents in the neighborhood. The project includes stormsewer backflow prevention valves and intake modifications to facilitate pumping of stormwater. FY2010: IRP Dam Flood Repairs - Repairs sections of the Iowa River Power Dam that were damaged in the Flood of 2008. FY2011: IRP Dam Pedestrian Bridge Repair - This project will replace one pedestrian section which was damaged by a tree. C - 5 City of Iowa City Capital Improvement Program Project Category: FLOOD RECOVERY AND MITIGATION Well Field Flood Protection Funding Collector Well #3 410,080$ Collector Well #4 396,000$ Plant Site Well House Source Protection 589,993$ Silurian Well #4 65,574$ 1,461,647$ Funding FY10 FY11 FY12 FY13 FY14 FEMA Reimb.547,641$ 679,341$ -$ -$ -$ State Disaster Assist.60,849$ 85,318$ -$ -$ -$ Water User Fees -$ 88,498$ -$ -$ -$ Funding West Side Levee Project 4,465,000$ Description 4,465,000$ Funding FY10 FY11 FY12 FY13 FY14 State Disaster Assist.-$ -$ -$ -$ 4,465,000$ These projects involve replacing and elevating voltage loop switch and transformer, installing a medium voltage loop manual transfer switch, hardening wellhouse building and raising electrical equipment above the 500 year flood elevation. This project will remove medium voltage loop switch and transformer and re-feed wellhouse from Collector Well #3, harden wellhouse building and raise electrical equipment in wellhouse above the 500 year flood elevation. This project will construct a levee along the west side of the Iowa River between McCollister Boulevard and the CRANDIC railroad bridge. C - 6 City of Iowa City Capital Improvement Program Project Category: LANDFILL Project Name Funding Eastside Recycling Center 4,625,000$ 4,625,000$ Description Funding FY10 FY11 FY12 FY13 FY14 Landfill User Fees 2,000,000$ 2,625,000$ -$ -$ -$ Project Name Funding Landfill Cell - FY09 7,000,000$ Description 7,000,000$ Funding FY10 FY11 FY12 FY13 FY14 Landfill User Fees 3,500,000$ 3,500,000$ $- $- $- The Eastside Recycling Center is located at 2401 Scott Boulevard. The project will include new warehouse space for waste diversion and recycling programs, an education center, complete recycling drop off including waste oil and electronics, and compost pickup. The education center will be LEED Certified. Continued construction of a new landfill cell. C - 7 City of Iowa City Capital Improvement Program Project Category: PARKS, RECREATION AND TRAILS Project Name Funding Frauenholtz-Miller Park Development 280,000$ Description 280,000$ Funding FY10 FY11 FY12 FY13 FY14 14 GO Bonds -$ -$ -$ -$ 223,000$ Neighborhood -$ -$ 57,000$ -$ -$ Open Space Fees Project Name Funding Hickory Hill Park Restroom and Bridge 162,000$ Description 162,000$ Funding FY10 FY11 FY12 FY13 FY14 05 GO Bonds 12,000$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 11 GO Bonds -$ 150,000$ -$ -$ -$ Project Name Funding Highway 1 Sidewalk / Trail - Riverside Drive to Sunset 1,000,000$ Description 1,000,000$ Funding FY10 FY11 FY12 FY13 FY14 12 GO Bonds -$ -$ 1,000,000$ -$ -$ Project Name Funding Iowa City Kicker's Soccer Park Improvements 289,085$ Description 2,289,085$ Funding FY10 FY11 FY12 FY13 FY14 07 GO Bonds 39,085$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 12 GO Bonds -$ -$ 250,000$ -$ -$ Develop approximately three acres of newly-acquired parkland on Lower West Branch Road adjacent to the new Saint Patrick's church site. Funding includes use of Neighborhood Open Space Fees. This allocation provides for the continued development and improvement of the Iowa City Kickers Soccer Park. Planned improvements would create a system of trails to enhance accessibility and create a more park- like atmosphere to the open space areas of the facility. Construct a restroom and replace oldest pedestrian bridge in Hickory Hill Park, approximately a 50' span. Construct a 10' sidewalk along Iowa Highway 1 between Riverside Drive (Old 218) and Sunset. C - 8 City of Iowa City Capital Improvement Program Project Category: PARKS, RECREATION AND TRAILS Project Name Funding Lower City Park Secondary Access Road 270,000$ Description 270,000$ Funding FY10 FY11 FY12 FY13 FY14 14 GO Bonds -$ -$ -$ -$ 270,000$ Project Name Funding Mercer Pool Solarium Renovation & Filter Replacement 470,000$ Description 470,000$ Funding FY10 FY11 FY12 FY13 FY14 09 GO Bonds 250,000$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 11 GO Bonds -$ 220,000$ -$ -$ -$ Misc. Park Improvements Funding 95,000$ 95,000$ 90,000$ 85,000$ 365,000$ Funding FY10 FY11 FY12 FY13 FY14 11 GO Bonds -$ 365,000$ -$ -$ -$ Project Name Funding North Market Square Park Redevelopment 280,000$ Description 280,000$ Funding FY10 FY11 FY12 FY13 FY14 11 GO Bonds -$ 280,000$ -$ -$ -$ Work with the Northside Neighborhood Association and Horace Mann School to redevelop this 1.5 acre park at the intersection of Fairchild and Johnson Streets. Court Hill Park - Restroom: Construct a restroom in Court Hill Park. Kiwanis Park - Restroom: Construct a restroom in Kiwanis Park. College Green Park - Light Replacement: Replace pedestrian lighting system. Mercer Park & Fairmeadows Park - Sidewalk Replacement: Remove 3,100 lineal feet of 4' sidewalk and replace with 6' sidewalk. Replace all windows, doors and the ventilation system in the solarium section of Mercer Pool. Extend the Lower City Park Access Road along ball diamonds and into Normandy Drive to create a secondary access road for better traffic flow and emergency access. C - 9 City of Iowa City Capital Improvement Program Project Category: PARKS, RECREATION AND TRAILS Project Name Funding Pedestrian Bridge - Rocky Shore Drive to Peninsula 1,300,000$ Description 1,300,000$ Funding FY10 FY11 FY12 FY13 FY14 Federal Grants -$ -$ -$ 1,040,000$ -$ 13 GO Bonds -$ -$ -$ 260,000$ -$ -$ Project Name Funding Peninsula Park 300,000$ 300,000$ Description Funding FY10 FY11 FY12 FY13 FY14 14 GO Bonds -$ -$ -$ -$ 300,000$ Project Name Funding Robert A. Lee Rec Center Improvements 225,000$ Description -$ Funding FY10 FY11 FY12 FY13 FY14 11 GO Bonds -$ 225,000$ -$ -$ -$ Project Name Funding Scott Park Development & Trail 1,030,000$ Description 1,030,000$ Funding FY10 FY11 FY12 FY13 FY14 Stormwater -$ -$ 250,000$ -$ -$ Federal Grants -$ -$ -$ 416,159$ 13 GO Bonds -$ -$ -$ 363,841$ -$ Reconfiguration of the east entrance, including ramp accessibility, steps, railing and lighting; replacement of the social hall's collapsible wall and enclosure of the pool balcony for access by the general public. Development of the lower elevation into a "natural park", with prairie grasses, wildflowers, native woodlands and trails. Improvements will also provide protection to the City's water supply wellheads. Construct a pedestrian bridge from Rocky Shore Drive across the Iowa River, connecting the Iowa River Trail and peninsula parkland trails. This will also provide greater access to the dog park and disc golf course. This project will help develop Scott Park into a neighborhood / regional park, with the addition of restrooms, some excavation to the detention basin and construction of a new trail to connect with other trails in east Iowa City. C - 10 City of Iowa City Capital Improvement Program Project Category: PARKS, RECREATION AND TRAILS Project Name Funding Terry Trueblood Recreation Area 6,554,412$ Description 6,554,412$ Funding FY10 FY11 FY12 FY13 FY14 State Grants -$ -$ 1,000,000$ 1,000,000$ -$ 08 GO Bonds 448,024$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 10 GO Bonds 606,388$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 11 GO Bonds -$ 250,000$ -$ -$ -$ 12 GO Bonds -$ -$ 500,000$ -$ -$ 13 GO Bonds -$ -$ -$ 2,000,000$ -$ Contrib./Donations 750,000$ -$ -$ -$ -$ Project Name Funding Terry Trueblood Recreation Area - Trail Connection 375,000$ Description 375,000$ Funding FY10 FY11 FY12 FY13 FY14 Other State Grants -$ 281,000$ -$ -$ -$ 11 GO Bonds -$ 94,000$ -$ -$ -$ Project Name Funding Waterworks Park Hospice Memorial 115,000$ Description 115,000$ Funding FY10 FY11 FY12 FY13 FY14 Contib./Donations -$ -$ -$ -$ 25,000$ 14 GO Bonds -$ -$ -$ -$ 90,000$ This project provides for the phased development of the Terry Trueblood Recreation Area located at 4213 S.E. Sand Road (former S&G Materials site). This 180 acre area will include both recreation and conservation components. An Iowa Community Attraction and Tourism (CAT) grant application is being submitted to the State of Iowa for this project. Construct an extension of the Iowa River Corridor Trail from Napoleon Park to Terry Trueblood Recreation Area. Develop a park-like Hospice memorial area in Waterworks Prairie Park for passive enjoyment / contemplation. C - 11 City of Iowa City Capital Improvement Program Project Category: PUBLIC SAFETY Project Name Fire Station #4 Funding 5,925,734$ 5,925,734$ Funding FY10 FY11 FY12 FY13 FY14 I-JOBS 2,268,867$ -$ -$ -$ -$ Interfund Loan 1,568,867$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 03 GO Bonds 38,000$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 10 GO Bonds 700,000$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 11 GO Bonds -$ 1,350,000$ -$ -$ -$ Project Name Funding Fire Apparatus:2,449,364$ 2,449,364$ Funding FY10 FY11 FY12 FY13 FY14 08 GO Bonds 546,364$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 09 GO Bonds 509,000$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 11 GO Bonds -$ 700,000$ -$ -$ -$ 12 GO Bonds -$ -$ 634,000$ -$ -$ 13 GO Bonds -$ -$ -$ 60,000$ -$ Fire Station #4 is scheduled for construction in FY2010 at the intersection of North Dodge Street, Scott Boulevard and North Dubuque Road in the northeast quadrant of Iowa City . Project estimate includes purchase of one ladder and one pumper truck. The following Fire Department vehicles are scheduled for replacement: FY11: Heavy Rescue Truck FY12: Spartan Engine FY13: Scotty House C - 12 City of Iowa City Capital Improvement Program Project Category: STREETS, BRIDGES and TRAFFIC ENGINEERING Project Name Funding American Legion Road - Scott Boulevard to Taft Avenue 3,000,000$ Description 3,000,000$ Funding FY10 FY11 FY12 FY13 FY14 14 GO Bonds -$ -$ -$ -$ 3,000,000$ Burlington Street - Traffic Control Improvements Funding 1,153,000$ 1,140,000$ 2,293,000$ Funding FY10 FY11 FY12 FY13 FY14 U of I Contribution -$ 750,000$ -$ -$ -$ 10 GO Bonds 290,000$ -$ -$ -$ -$ Water User Fees 100,000$ -$ -$ 100,000$ -$ 13 GO Bonds -$ -$ 1,040,000$ -$ Road Use Tax 13,000$ -$ -$ -$ -$ Project Name Funding Dubuque Street / I-80 Pedestrian Bridge 1,900,000$ Description 1,900,000$ Funding FY10 FY11 FY12 FY13 FY14 Federal Grant -$ -$ -$ -$ 435,000$ 12 GO Bonds -$ -$ 380,000$ -$ -$ 13 GO Bonds -$ -$ -$ 760,000$ -$ 14 GO Bonds -$ -$ -$ -$ 325,000$ FY2010: Burlington / Madison Intersection and Median: This project includes the initial phase of the Burlington Street Median project, with construction from the Iowa River to the Madison Street intersection. Improvements will address pedestrian and traffic flows associated with the University of Iowa Rec Center, which is slated for completion during the spring of 2010. Reconstruction of the intersection includes signal improvements, the addition of left turn lanes and replacement of water and sewer utilities. FY2013: Burlington / Clinton Street Intersection Improvements: Construction of left turn lanes is recommended at the Clinton and Burlington Street intersection in order to reduce the crash rate. Inclusive of utility improvements, this project is proposed for completion during construction of Voxman Music Building and Clapp Recital Hall. This project will reconstruct American Legion Road to urban standards including an eight foot (8') sidewalk. This project will construct a pedestrian bridge along Dubuque Street over I-80. C - 13 City of Iowa City Capital Improvement Program Project Category: STREETS, BRIDGES and TRAFFIC ENGINEERING Project Name Funding First Avenue / Iowa Interstate Railroad Crossing Improvements 6,860,000$ Description 6,860,000$ Funding FY10 FY11 FY12 FY13 FY14 Federal Grants -$ -$ 1,211,500$ 1,211,500$ -$ 08 GO Bonds 192,000$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 09 GO Bonds 500,000$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 11 GO Bonds -$ 800,000$ -$ -$ -$ 12 GO Bonds -$ -$ 2,100,000$ -$ -$ 13 GO Bonds -$ -$ -$ 845,000$ -$ Project Name Funding Interstate 80 Aesthetic Improvements 200,000$ Description 200,000$ Funding FY10 FY11 FY12 FY13 FY14 Other State Grants -$ -$ -$ 100,000$ 100,000$ Project Name Funding Lower Muscatine Avenue 3,671,100$ Kirkwood to First Avenue 3,671,100$ Description Funding FY10 FY11 FY12 FY13 FY14 Federal Grants -$ 860,000$ 860,000$ -$ -$ TIF District 167,161$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 03 GO Bonds 87,000$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 10 GO Bonds 65,678$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 11 GO Bonds -$ 1,091,261$ -$ -$ -$ 12 GO Bonds -$ -$ 540,000$ -$ -$ This project includes construction of a railroad overpass on First Avenue with federal funding of $1.7 million. Reconstruct Lower Muscatine from Kirkwood to First Avenue including an addition of a central turn lane. Construction includes stormsewer, water mains, sanitary sewer, undergrounding of aerial utilities and sidewalks on both sides of the street. This project is utilizing Federal STP funds. Landscaping and bridge aesthetic treatments in the Interstate 80 corridor. The objective of this project is to mitigate the visual impact of the addition of a third lane to I-80 and to provide cohesive and pleasing feel to the Iowa City corridor. This project is contingent on outside funding. C - 14 City of Iowa City Capital Improvement Program Project Category: STREETS, BRIDGES and TRAFFIC ENGINEERING Project Name Funding Park Road - Third Lane Improvement 940,000$ Description 940,000$ Funding FY10 FY11 FY12 FY13 FY14 13 GO Bonds -$ -$ -$ 200,000$ -$ 14 GO Bonds -$ -$ -$ -$ 940,000$ Funding Rochester Avenue Bridge 720,000$ Description 720,000$ Funding FY10 FY11 FY12 FY13 FY14 Federal Grants -$ 556,000$ -$ -$ -$ 10 GO Bonds -$ 164,000$ -$ -$ -$ This project will replace the bridge over Ralston Creek and construct sidewalks on both sides. Financing includes 80/20 in federal bridge funds. Add center turn lane on Park Road between Lower City Park entrance and Riverside Drive. Project timing will be dependant on the reconstructio schedule for Hancher Auditorium. C - 15 City of Iowa City Capital Improvement Program Project Category: STREETS, BRIDGES and TRAFFIC ENGINEERING Funding Scott Blvd Pavement Overlay - Rochester to Court Street 400,000$ Description 400,000$ Funding FY10 FY11 FY12 FY13 FY14 11 GO Bonds -$ 400,000$ -$ -$ -$ Funding Sycamore Street - Highway 6 to the City Limits 3,247,355$ Description 3,247,355$ Funding FY10 FY11 FY12 FY13 FY14 Development Fees 100,000$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 03 GO Bonds 117,355$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 09 GO Bonds 5,000$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 10 GO Bonds 1,930,000$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 11 GO Bonds -$ 1,095,000$ -$ -$ -$ This project will reconstruct Sycamore Street from Burns Avenue to the City Limits as three lane portland cement concrete street with curb and gutter. The project also includes sidewalks and stormsewer. Sycamore Street from US Highway 6 to Burns Avenue will be converted from a four lane raodway to a three lane section. The project may include improvements at the US Highway 6 intersection which would utilize IDOT U-STEP funds. This project includes an asphalt overlay on Scott Boulevard from Rochester Avenue to Court Street. C - 16 City of Iowa City Capital Improvements Program Project Category: TRANSPORTATION SERVICES Project Name Funding Near Southside Multi-use Parking Facility 1,600,000$ 1,600,000$ Funding FY10 FY11 FY12 FY13 FY14 Parking Fees 200,000$ 1,400,000$ -$ -$ -$ Project Name Funding Old Rock Island Railroad Depot Acquisition 800,000$ 800,000$ Description Funding FY10 FY11 FY12 FY13 FY14 Federal Grants -$ 800,000$ -$ -$ -$ Acquisition of the old Rock Island Railroad Depot for use as an Amtrak station. Description Allocation for concept planning and preliminary design on a proposed multi-use parking / commercial / residential facility at the former St. Patrick's Church site on South Linn Street (see map). This lot was purchased during the spring of 2008 for $3.0 million with a combination of Parking Impact Fees and an interfund loan to the Parking Division. C - 17 City of Iowa City Capital Improvement Program Project Category: MISC. OTHER PROJECTS Project Name Funding Geographic Information System Software 927,000$ Description 927,000$ Funding FY10 FY11 FY12 FY13 FY14 13 GO Bonds -$ -$ -$ 927,000$ -$ Project Name Funding Northside Marketplace Streetscape 500,000$ Description 500,000$ Funding FY10 FY11 FY12 FY13 FY14 03 GO Bonds 16,000$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 11 GO Bonds -$ 500,000$ -$ -$ -$ Project Name Funding Riverfront Crossings 200,000$ Description 200,000$ Funding FY10 FY11 FY12 FY13 FY14 11 GO Bonds -$ 200,000$ -$ -$ -$ Project Name Funding Towncrest Redevelopment 1,000,000$ Description 1,000,000$ Funding FY10 FY11 FY12 FY13 FY14 11 GO Bonds -$ 400,000$ -$ -$ -$ 12 GO Bonds -$ -$ 600,000$ -$ -$ Project Name Funding Vehicle Wash System Funding Description 440,000$ 440,000$ Funding FY10 FY11 FY12 FY13 FY14 11 GO Bonds -$ 440,000$ -$ -$ -$ Procure and install a geographical information system that would provide an interactive referenced database for City facilities including infrastructure and permitting records with crime and accident data included. Begin public elements of the Towncrest Redevelopment Plan. Begin public elements for the Riverfront Crossings Redevelopment Plan. This project will install pavement, bench, lighting and similar streetscape improvements in the vicinty of Linn and Market Streets. Construct an automated vehicle wash system for large vehicles and provide wash racks for the manual cleaning of large vehicles at the South Gilbert Street Public Works Facility. C - 18 City of Iowa City Capital Improvement Program Project Type Primary Funding Source FY10 FY11 FY12 FY13 FY14 Bike / Pedestrian Trails RUT(FY10)/ GO Debt 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 Brick Street Repair Road Use Tax 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 Bridge Maintenance Road Use Tax 60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 Cemetery Resurfacing GO Debt 50,000 - 50,000 - 50,000 City Hall - Other Projects GO Debt 165,944 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 Curb Ramps GO Debt - 50,000 - 50,000 - Overwidth Paving / Sidewalks Road Use Tax 30,000 30,000 30,000 30,000 30,000 Parks Maintenance/Improv. GO Debt 555,207 200,000 200,000 200,000 200,000 Pavement Rehab RUT&Franchise Tax 400,000 500,000 500,000 500,000 500,000 Railroad Crossings Road Use Tax 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 Sewer Main Replacement Sewer User Fees 500,000 500,000 500,000 500,000 500,000 Sidewalk Infill GO Debt 199,817 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 Street Pavement Marking Road Use Tax 185,000 185,000 185,000 185,000 185,000 Traffic Calming Road Use Tax 30,000 30,000 30,000 30,000 30,000 Traffic Signal GO Debt 120,000 120,000 120,000 120,000 120,000 Underground Electrical Franchise Tax - 175,000 175,000 175,000 175,000 Water Main Replacement Water User Fees 600,000 600,000 600,000 600,000 600,000 2,990,968 2,695,000 2,695,000 2,695,000 2,695,000 Total - Recurring Projects: Recurring Projects FY2010 - 2014 The following allocations have been made for annual improvement and maintenance of municipal infrastructure, including public streets, bridges, traffic control and park facilities. C - 19 City of Iowa City Capital Projects by Category - Scheduled for Completion in FY2010 - Project Category FY2010 Amended Budget Estimated Final / Total Project Cost Airport: Rehab Runway 7/25&12/30 Intersection Design #18 1,835,771$ 1,835,771$ FY10 Rehab Pavement & Hangar A Taxilane Drainage 214,300 214,300 Runway 7 Paving/Lighting FAA #14 70,328 1,788,551 FAA Runway 7 Grading/Obstr Mitigation #3190 196,093 1,734,620 Runway 7-25 Rehab PCC Full Depth Repl 3-19-375,074 1,819,282 Runway 12-30 Rehab ARRA 2,411,779 2,555,000 UI Hangar Expansion 310,803 475,427 Runway 7-25 Rehab Bid Alternate 18,146 225,000 Runway 7-25 & 12-30 Intersection Design #17 4,034,501 4,208,801 9,466,795 14,856,752 Flood Recovery & Mitigation Watermain Crossing Flood Repair 780,000 780,000 Hazard Mitigation Grant Program - Demolitions 699,250 699,250 Inverted Siphon Sewer Crossing 1,063,217 1,089,450 Iowa River Trail - Riverbank Flood Repairs 102,138 103,012 Rocky Shore Lift Station Flood Gates 6,596,300 6,596,300 Riverbank Stabilization- Dubuque Street 375,000 375,000 Riverside Theatre Flood Repairs 1,239,356 1,296,617 Storm Sewer Flood Repairs 53,982 53,982 10,909,243 10,993,611 Landfill & Public Utilities: Knollwood (Laura Dr) Water Main 265,000 265,272 Synder Trunk Sewer 2,500,000 2,500,000 Keokuk Street Water Main 307,000 322,976 G Street/ 7th Avenue Water Main 120,000 120,000 Landfill Gas System Expansion Project 350,000 383,998 Roosevelt St Water Main - Sheridan to Track 43,000 74,188 1700-1800 Morningside Dr Water Main 96,000 176,947 Koser Ave - Melrose to George/Highland Dr W 136,000 276,704 Utility Billing Software Replacement 560,000 560,000 Water Plant Automatic Source Transfer 18,000 163,276 Sandusky Stormsewer 630,000 640,131 Muscatine Watermain Repair 570,000 584,461 5,595,000$ 6,067,953$ Parks, Recreation & Trails: City Park - Old Shop Repairs 128,000 128,000 Soccer Field Renovation 211,883 211,883 Soccer Park - Shelters 38,117 38,117 Napoleon Softball Field Renovation 180,000 180,000 Mercer Aquatic HVAC Replacement 14,375 57,500 Mercer Pool Filter System Replacement 250,000 265,000 Mercer Chiller System 72,000 72,000 Exterior Walkway by Sheraton Hotel 300,000 300,362 C - 20 City of Iowa City Capital Projects by Category - Scheduled for Completion in FY2010 - Project Category FY2010 Amended Budget Estimated Final / Total Project Cost Parks, Recreation & Trails (cont.): Park Shelters 70,000 70,000 Court Hill Trail 305,676 815,677 Rec Center - Roof 39,000 330,003 Rec Center - Window Replacement 24,588 760,614 Rec Center - Elevator Replacement 70,000 70,000 Wetherby Splash Pad 145,000 200,000 Butler Bridge Pedestrian Trail 550,000 550,000 Sand Prairie Development 35,000 35,000 2,433,639 4,084,156 Public Safety: Police Records & CA Dispatch 988,913 1,000,113 Police Equipment - JAG & ARRA 362,000 362,000 Radio System Upgrade & Migration 1,070,044 1,372,785 Evidence Storage Facility 500,000 507,051 Fire Station # 2 Demolition & Reconstruction 145,000 2,903,286 3,065,957 6,145,235 Streets, Bridges & Traffic Engineering: Gilbert St Streetscape 317,000 317,000 Bowery St Brick Repair-Clark to Summit 300,000 495,018 Lower West Branch Road Reconstruction 680,980 3,881,498 420th St Improvements - Hwy 6 to City Limits 2,892,000 2,736,662 Hwy 6/Lakeside- 420th 1,150,000 1,472,169 Old Highway 218 Overlay ARRA 830,000 840,977 McCollister Blvd- Hwy 921 to Gilbert 2,476,213 9,004,912 South Riverside Dr between Riverside Dr/ Hwy 6 & Park Rd 50,000 54,968 Burlington St Pedestrian Bridge Rehab 917,492 935,350 Hwy 6 Bridge US 6 68,362 71,068 Dodge Street/I-80 Pedestrian Bridge 3,550,000 3,689,522 Pavement Rehab / 3R Project (Stimulus Funding / Grant Prep)25,000 25,000 13,257,047 23,524,144 Transportation: Parking Access Controls for Capitol, Dubuque & Tower Place 699,610 1,110,210 Elevator Upgrades 600,000 600,000 Parking Ramp Door & Window Replacement 90,000 174,831 LED Fixture Retrofit 575,000 575,000 Parking Office Remodel 55,000 55,000 Bus Acquisition 3,148,416 4,315,628 Paratransit Vehicles 19,268 613,792 Wheelchair Lifts Rehab 43,000 245,655 Transit Automatic Vehicle Locator (AVL)280,000 280,000 5,510,294 7,970,116 C - 21 City of Iowa City Capital Projects by Category - Scheduled for Completion in FY2010 - Project Category FY2010 Amended Budget Estimated Final / Total Project Cost Misc. Other Projects: Salt Storage Building 158,953 908,122 Public Art 10,000 n/a Public Works Facility Site Work 280,000 280,000 Public Works Fuel Facility 700,000 701,243 420th Street Industrial Park 3,905,000 3,905,000 Payroll and Human Resources Software Project 475,723 500,000 Remodel Lower Level City Hall 142,226 154,999 Remodel City Hall Lobby and Revenue 210,000 210,000 Cemetery Storage Building 40,000 40,000 Cemetery - Infant Columbarium & Sculpture 85,000 85,000 Senior Center Roof and Tuckpointing 153,000 165,000 Senior Center Boiler & Chiller Replacement 55,452 807,988 Space Needs Study 80,000 80,000 6,295,354 7,837,352 Grand Total - Projects Scheduled for Completion in FY2010:56,533,329$ 81,479,319$ C - 22 CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS Project Summary by Name Activity Prior Years 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Total 3009 -Parking Access Controls for Capitol,Dubuque,& Tower Place Replace existing parking access control equipment as current equipment is obsolete.New equipment would allow credit card transactions and improve traffic flow. 393230 From Parking Operations 410,601 699,510 Receipts Total 410,601 699,610 1,110,211 1,110,211 510400 Capitol Street Garage operations 173,549 434805 510500 Dubuque Street Garage operations 122565 132305 510700 Tower Place Garage operations 114,386 132,500 Expense Total 410,600 699,610 608,454 254,870 246,886 1,110,210 3011 -Elevator Upgrades Elevator upgrades to Capitol and Dubuque garages. 393230 From Parking operations 600,000 Receipts Total 600,000 600,000 600,000 510400 Capitol Street Garage Operations 300,000 510500 Dubuque Street Garage Operations 300,000 Expense Total 600,000 300,000 300,000 600,000 3012 -Near Southside Multi-use Parking Facility Purchase property and design for eventual construction of parking/commercial/residential facility. 393230 From Parking Operations 3,050,022 200,000 1,400,000 393900 Misc Transfers In 2,500 Receipts Total 3,052,522 200,000 1,400,000 4,650,022 2,500 4,652,522 510800 Parking Capital Aquisition/cIP 3,052,522 200,000 1,400,000 Expense Total 3,052,522 200,000 1,400,000 4,652,522 4,652,522 3013 -Parking Ramp Door & Windo Replacement 393230 From Parking Operations 84,831 90,000 Receipts Total 84,831 90,000 174,831 174,831 510800 Parking capital Aquisition/CIP 84,831 90,000 Expense Total 84,831 90,000 174,831 174,831 3015 -LED Fixture Retrofit 331100 Federal Grants 400,000 393230 From Parking Operations 175,000 Receipts Total 515,000 400,000 175,000 515,000 510800 Parking Capital Aquisition/CIP 575,000 Expense Total 575,000 575,000 575,000 3016 -Parking Office Remodel 393230 From Parking operations 55,000 55,000 Receipts Total 55,000 55,000 C - 23 CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS Project Summary by Name Activity Prior Years 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Total 510800 Parking capital Aquisition/CIP 55,000 55,000 Expense Total 55,000 55,000 3101 -Annual Sewer Main Projects P.nnual costs to rehabilitate or replace sewer mains. 363150 copies/computer Queries 1,500 1,500 369100 Reimb of Expenses 19623 19623 369900 Miscellaneous Other Income 40 40 393220 From Wastewater operations 746,730 500,000 500000 500,000 500,000 500,000 3,246730 Receipts Total 767,893 500,000 500,000 500,000 500,000 500,000 3,267,893 520300 Sewer Systems 767,893 500,000 500,000 500,000 500,000 500,000 3,267,893 Expense Total 767,893 500,000 500,000 500,000 500,000 500,000 3,267,893 3134 -Inverted Siphon Sewer Pipes Repair 3 sewer mains that cross the Iowa River that were damaged during the Flood of 2008. 331200 FEMA Reimbursements 956,895 956,895 334810 State Disaster Assistance 106,322 106,322 393220 From wastewater Operations 26,233 26,233 Receipts Total 26,233 1,063,217 1,089,450 520300 Sewer Systems 26,233 1,063,217 1,089,450 Expense Total 25,233 1,063,217 1,089,450 3135 -South Wastewater Plant Expansion This project will relocate the North Wastewater Treatment Plant and consolidate operations in to the South Wastewater Treatment Plant by expansion of the SWTP facilities, and demolition of the North Wastewater Treatment Plant. 331100 Federal Grants 11,000,000 11,000,000 22,000,000 334900 Other State Grants 5,000,000 5,000,000 334910 I-JODS 3,500,000 3,500,000 393160 Local Option Taxes 3,690,000 5,660,000 4,260,000 13,610,000 393220 From Wastewater Operations 210,000 840,000 840,000 1,890,000 Receipts Total 23,400,000 lt,500,000 5,100,000 46,000,000 520400 South Plant Operations 23,400,000 17,500,000 5,100,000 46,000,000 Expense Total 23,400,000 17,500,000 s,ioo,600 45,000,000 3136 -Snyder Creek trunk Sewer This project will construct the sanitary sewer trunk line off the Scott Blvd Trunk Sewer from Sioux Ave to Taft Ave.This trunk line will service the industrial park on 420th St and surrounding area.This will be a tap-on fee project. 393220 From Wastewater Operations 2,500,000 2,500,000 Receipts Total 2,500,000 2,500,000 520300 Sewer Systems 2,500,000 2,500,000 Expense Total 2,500,000 2,500,000 C - 24 CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS Project Summary by Name Activity prior Years 2010 2011 2012 20.13 2014 Total 3204 -Annual Water Main Projects Annual replacement of water mains. 393210 From Water operations 172 600,000 600,000 600,000 600,000 600,000 3,000,172 393421 From Wtr Rev Bonds 3,401 3,401 Receipts Total 3,573 600,000 600,000 600,000 600,000 600,000 3,003,573 530300 water Distribution System 3,572 600,000 600,000 600,000 600,000 600,000 3,003,572 Expense Total 3,572 600,000 600,000 600,000 600,000 600,000 3,003,572 3270 -Roosevelt St Water Main-Sheridan to Tracks Repair water mains. 393210 From Water Operations 31,188 43,000 74,188 Receipts Total 31,188 43,000 74,188 530300 water Distribution system 31,188 43,000 74,188 Expense Total 31,188 43,000 74,188 3271 -1700-1800 Morningside Dr Water Main Repair water mains. 393210 From Water operations 80,947 96,000 176,947 Receipts Total 80,947 96,000 176,947 530300 Water Distribution System 80,947 96,000 176,947 Expense Total 80,947 96,000 176,947 3272 -Koser Ave -Melrose to George/Highland Dr Water Main Repair water mains. 369100 Reinib of Expenses 515 515 393210 From water operations 140,389 136,000 276,189 Receipts Total 140,704 136,000 276,704 530300 Water Distribution system 140,705 136,000 276,705 Expense Total 140,705 136,000 276,705 3274 -Water Plant Automatic Source Transfer Construct an automatic switch to transfer electrical power for backup generation. 393210 From Water operations 145,276 18,000 163,276 Receipts Total 145,276 18,000 163,276 530200 water Plant Operations 145,276 18,000 163,276 Expense Total 145,276 18,000 163,276 3275 -Knollwood (Laura Dr) Repair water mains. 393210 From Water operations 272 265,000 265,272 Receipts Total 272 255,000 265,272 C - 25 CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS Project Summary by Name Activity prior Years 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Total 530300 Water Distribution system 272 265,000 265272 Expense Total 272 265,000 265,272 3276 -Keokuk St (Kirkwood to Plum) Repair water mains. 363150 copies/computer Queries 700 393210 From Water operations 15,276 Receipts Total 15,976 307,000 307,000 700 322,276 322,976 530300 Water Distribution system 15976 Expense Total 15,976 307,000 307,000 322,976 322,976 3277 -Muscatine (2300-2600 Blocks) Repair water mains. 393210 From Water Operations 14,461 Receipts Total 14,461 570,000 570,000 584,461 584,461 530300 water Distribution system 14,461 Expense Total 14,461 570,000 570,000 584,461 584,461 3278 -11W Dam Flood Repairs Repairs sections of the Iowa River Power Dam that were 2008. damaged in the Flood of 331200 FEMA Reimbursements 334810 state Disaster Assistence Receipts Total 324,125 36,014 360,139 324,125 36,014 360,139 530300 Water Distribution system Expense Total 360,139 360,139 360,139 360,139 3279 -Water Mains Crossings Flood Repairs Repairs watermain crossings under the Iowa River that Flood of 2000. were damaged from the 331200 FEMA Reimbursements 334810 State Disaster Assistance Receipts Total 702,000 78,000 780,000 702,000 78,000 780,000 530300 Water Distribution system Expense total 780,000 780,000 780,000 780,000 3280 -G Street\7th Avenue Water Main Replacment Repair watermains. 393210 From Water operations 120,000 120,000 Receipts Total 120,000 120,000 530300 Water Distribution system 120,000 120,000 Expense Total 120,000 120,000 C - 26 CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS Project Summary by Name Activity Prior Years 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Total 3281 -Collector Well *3-Hazard Mitigation-2W5946 This project includes replacing and elevating voltage loop switch and transformer, installing a Medium Voltage loop manual transfer switch, hardening well house building, and raising the electrical equipment above the 500 year flood elevation. 331200 PEMA Reimbursements 283,131 85,939 369,070 334810 State Disaster Assistance 31,459 9,551 41,010 Receipts Total 314,590 95,490 410,080 530300 water Distribution System 314,590 95,490 410,080 Expense total 314,590 95,490 410,080 3282 -Collector Well *4-Hazard Mitigation-PW*6072 This project includes replacing and elevating voltage loop switch and transformer, installing a Medium voltage loop manual transfer switch, hardening wellhouse building, and raising electrioal equipment above 500 year flood elevation.. 331200 FEMA Reimbursements 264,510 91,890 356,400 334810 State Disaster Assistance 29,390 10,210 39,600 Receipts Total 293,900 102,100 396,000 530300 water Distribution System 224,021 171,979 396,000 Expense total 224,021 171,919 396,000 3283 -Plant Site Well House Source Protection This project includes replacing and elevating voltage loop switch and transformers, hardening well house building, and raising electrical equipment above the 500 year flood. 331200 FEMA Reimbursements 442,495 442,495 334810 State Disaster Assistance 59,000 59,000 393210 From water operations 80,498 88,498 Receipts Total 589,993 589,993 530200 water Plant Operations 509,993 589,993 Expense Total 589,993 589,993 3284 -Silurian Well *4-Hazard Mitigation-PW*608l-l This project will remove medium voltage loop switch &transformer and re-feed welihouse from CWfl3, harden welihouse building, and raise electrical equipment in wellhouse above 500 year flood elevation. 331200 FEMA Reimbursements 59,017 59,017 334810 State Disaster Assistance 6,557 6,557 Receipts Total 65,574 65,574 530200 water Plant operations 65,574 65,574 Expense Total 65,574 65,574 3295 -Utility Billing Soft 393210 From water operations 224,000 224,000 393220 From wastewater operations 224,000 224,000 C - 27 CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS Project Summary by Name Activity Prior Years 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Total 393250 From Refuse operations 56,000 56000 393290 From Stormwater 56,000 56,000 Receipts Total 560,000 560,000 530100 water System Administration &Supp 560,000 560,000 Expense Total 560,000 560,000 3301 -Landfill Gas System Expansion Project This project consists of expanding the gas collection system at the landfill site to meet current state and federal landfill rules.The system will collect landfill gases for treatment by an enclosed flare before being released to the atmosphere. 393260 From Landfill operations 33,998 350,000 Receipts Total 33,998 350,000 383,998 383,998 550900 Landfill Capital Acquisition/CIP 33,998 350,000 Expense Total 33,998 350,000 383,998 363,998 3315 -Landfill Cell FY09 Acquire land and construct new landfill cell. 393260 From Landfill Operations 476,812 3,500,000 3,500,000 Receipts Total 476,812 3,500,000 3,500,000 7,476,812 7,476,812 550900 Landfill Capital Acquisition/CIP 476,812 3,500,000 3,500,000 Expense Total 476,812 3,500,000 3,500,000 7,476,812 7,476,812 3316 -Eastside Recycling Center This project will develop the existing site at 2401 Scott Blvd.The project will enhance the appearance of the existing building and construct an addition to house the Furniture Project and Salvage Barn. The project scope also includes the construction of an environmental education building, and a bulk water station. Drop off areas for waste oil and electronics and a concrete washout station will also be constructed. 393260 From Landfill operations 252,139 2,000,000 2,625,000 Receipts Total 252,139 2,000,000 2,625,000 4,877,139 4,877,139 550900 Landfill Capital Acquisition/CIP 252,139 2,000,000 2,625,000 Expense Total 252,139 2,000,000 2,625,000 4,877,139 4,877,139 3421 -Runway 7 Paving/Lighting FAA #14 Paving & lighting for runway 7 extension.- 331100 Federal Grants 1,568,422 70,328 1,638,750 393416 From 07 GO Bonds 86,456 86,456 Receipts Total 1,654,878 70,328 1,725,206 560300 Airport Capital Acquisition/cIP 1,718,223 70,328 1,788,551 Expense Total 1,718,223 70,328 1,788,551 C - 28 CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS Project Summary by Name Activity prior Years 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Total 3425 -FAA Runway 7 Grading/Obstr Mitigation #3190047-13-2006 Runway 7 obstruction Mitigation and Grading contracts. 331100 Federal Grants 1,446,733 196,093 1,642,826 393140 General Fund CI? Funding 8,555 8,555 393416 From 07 GO Bonds 114,124 114,124 Receipts Total 1,569,412 196,093 1,765,505 560300 Airport capital Acquisition/cm 1,522,942 211,678 1,734,620 Expense Total 1,522,942 211,678 1,734,520 3426 -Runway 7-25 Rehab PCC Full Depth Repl 3-19-0047-15-2008 The existing Runway 7-25 pavesent is in excess of 60 years old and is showing signs of pavement distress. This phase will reconstruct the norteasterly section of Runway 7-25. 331100 Federal Grants 1,344,656 319,603 1,664,259 393412 From 03 GO Bonds 67,430 67,430 393418 From 09 GO Bonds 32,122 55,471 87,593 Receipts Total 1,444,208 375,074 1,819,282 560300 Airport capital Acquisition/CIP 1,415,420 403,854 1,819,202 Expense Total 1,415,428 403,854 1,819,282 3427 -Runway 7 Parallel Taxiway Grading A parallel taxiway for the mainrunway is needed to allow for safe taxi of aircraft from Runway 7-25 to and from terminal area and to allow for lower instrument approach minimums for Runway 7-25, This is the grading project. 331100 Federal Grants 2,137,500 2,137,500 393420 From 11 GO Bonds 112,500 112,500 Receipts Total 2,250,000 2,250,000 560300 Airport Capital Acquisition/Cl?2,250,000 2,250,000 Expense total 2,250,000 2,250,000 3428 -Runway 7-25 Parallel Taxiway Paving & Lighting A parallel taxiway for the main runway is needed to allow for safe taxi of aircraft from Runway 7-25 to and from terminal area.This project is the paving and lighting construction. 331100 Federal Grants 2,204,000 2,204,000 393410 From FY12 GO Bonds 116,000 116,000 Receipts Total 2,320,000 2,320,000 560300 Airport Capital Acquisition/cl?2,320,000 2,320,000 Expense Total 2,320,000 2,320,000 3429 -Runway 12/30 Rehabilitation Phase 2 ARRA 3-19-0047-19 The existing Runway 12-30 pavement is in excess of 60 years and shows signs of pavement distress.This phase will complete the reconstruction of Runway 12-30 at a width of 75 feet.This project includes the replacement of runway edge lighting system. C - 29 CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS Project Summary by Name Activity Prior Years 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Total 331100 Federal Grants 114,621 2,411,779 2,526,400 Receipts Total 114,621 2,41l,7fl 2,526,400 560300 Airport Capital Acquisition/CIP 143,221 2,411,779 2,555,000 Expense Total 143,221 2,411,779 2,555,000 3430 -Apron Reconstruction & Connecting Taxiway Existing terminal apron is showing signs of pavement failure and needs replacement.In addition, the amount of general aviation traffic using the facility requires the expansion of the apron and the necessity to provide additional connector taxiways to the runway system. 331100 Federal Grants 393411 From FY13 GO Bonds Receipts total 1,576,525 82,975 1,659,500 1,576,525 82,975 1,659,500 560300 Airport Capital Acquisition/CU' Expense Total 1,659500 1,659,500 1,659,500 1,659,500 3436 -UI Hangar Expansion Extension of U of I hangar for research. 369100 Reimb of Expenses 33,610 393240 From Airport Operations 164,624 277,193 Receipts Total 164,624 310,803 . 33,610 441,817 475,427 560300 Airport capital Acquisition/CU'164,624 235,376 Expense Total 164,624 235,376 400,000 400,000 3437 -Corporate Hangar L 9109010W300 . Construct large bay hangar for storage of business jet and large aircraft traffic. 334900 other State Grants 500,000 393420 From 11 GO Bonds 500,000 Receipts Total 1,000,000 500,000 500,000 1,000,000 560300 Airport Capital Acquisition/CU'1,000,000 Expense Total 1,000,000 1,000,000 1,000,000 3439 -Runway 7-25 Rehab Bid Alternate 3-19-0047-16-2008 331100 Federal Grants 196,511 17,239 393418 From 09 GO Bonds 10,343 907 Receipts Total 206,854 18,146 213,750 11,250 225,000 560300 Airport capital Acquisition/CIP 206,854 18,146 Expense Total 206,854 18,146 .225,000 225,000 3441 -Rehab Runway 7/25 & 12/30 Intersection-Design FAA #17 The existing pavements on Runway 7-25 & 12-30 have reached the end of their useful life.This phase will reconstruct the southwesterly section of Runway 7-25 and the intersection with Runway 12-30. 331100 Federal Grants 149,026 3,756,723 3,905,749 393418 From 09 GO Bonds 24,402 126,688 151,090 393419 From 10 GO Bonds 151,090 151,090 C - 30 CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS Project Summary by Name Activity prior Years 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Total Receipts total 173,428 4,034,501 4,207,929 560300 Airport Capital Acquisition/cIP 174,300 4,034,501 4,208,801 Expense Total 174,300 4,034,501 4,208,801 3442 -Runway 12-30 obstruction Mitigation & Part7l Removals Removal of obstructions par FAA Airport Layout Plan. 331100 Federal Grants 451,250 393420 Prom 11 Go Bonds 23,750 Receipts Total 475,000 451,250 23,750 475,000 560300 Airport Capital Acquisition/CIP 475,000 Expense total 475,000 475,000 475,000 3443 -Airport Equipment Shelter Snow removal equipment was previously stored in United Hangar. Equipment shelte would provide room for snow removal equipment. 331100 Federal Grants 142,500 393420 From 11 GO Bonds 7,500 Receipts Total 150,000 142,500 7,500 150,000 560300 Airport Capital Acquisition/CIP 150,000 Expense Total 150,000 150,000 150,000 3444 -Rehab Runway 7/25&12/30 FAA #18 Intersection Reconstruction 331100 Federal Grants 1,835,771 Receipts Total 1,835,771 1,835,771 1,835,771 56Ô300 Airport Capital Acquisition/CIP 1,835,771 Expense Total 1,835,771 1,835,771 1,835,771 3445 -FY10 Rehab Pavement & Hangar A taxilane Drainage 9110010W100 This CIP includes 4 maintenance projects. Hangar A Taxilane Improvements, Overlay Taxiway to Runway 25 End, pavement maintenance on South Taxilanes, and Pavement Maintenance on Terminal Apron and Taxiway. 334900 Other State Grants 182,155 393240 From Airport Operations 32,145 Receipts Total 214,300 102,155 32,145 214,300 560300 Airport capital Acquisition/cIP 214,300 Expense Total 214,300 214,300 214,300 3446 -10 Unit T-Hangar Project will provide space for 10 aircraft, 331100 Federal Grants 475,000 475,000 393411 From FY13 GO Bonds 50,000 50,000 Receipts total 525,000 525,000 560300 Airport Capital Acquisition/CIP 525,000 525,000 Expense Total 525,000 525,000 C - 31 CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS Project Summary by Name Activity prior Years 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Total 3447 -Airport Entrance Road & Parking Lot Rehab Rehabilitate Airport Entrance Road and Main Terminal parking lot. 334900 other State Grants 212,500 393420 From 11 GO Bonds 12,500 Receipts Total 225,000 212,500 12,500 225,000 560300 Airport Capital Acquisition/Cl?225,000 Expense Total 225,000 225,000 225,000 3448 -Airport Perimeter Rd Construct perimeter road for aircraft vehicles to travel to south development area. 331100 Federal Grants 190,000 393410 From FY12 GO Bonds 10,000 Receipts Total 200,000 190,000 10,000 200,000 560300 Airport Capital Acquisition/CIP 200,000 Expense Total 200,000 200,000 200,000 3449 -South Airport Development-Flood Mitigation Flood Plain Mitigation work for development of South Airfield-Improvements to Willow Creek. 331100 Federal Grants 393413 From FY14 GO Bonds Receipts Total 1,038,950 1,038,950 2,077,900 1,030,950 1,038,950 2,071,900 560300 Airport Capital Acquisition/Cl? Expense Total 2,077,900 2,077,900 2,077,900 2,077,900 362].-Sandusky Stormsewer Construct a larger stormsewer system to reduce the depth of ponding in the road and the stormwater management basin south of Sandusky Or and east of Pepper Or. 393290 From Stormwater 10,131 630,000 Receipts Total 10,131 630,000 640,131 640,131 580200 storm Water Mgmt Capital Acquisiti 10,131 630,000 Expense Total 10,131 630,000 640,131 640,131 3623 -Storm Sewer Flood Repairs Repair of stormsewer mains that were damaged by the Flood of 2008. 331200 FEMA Reimbursements 48,504 48,504 334010 state Disaster Assistance 5,390 5,390 Receipts Total 53,982 53,982 500200 storm Water Mgmt Capital Acquisiti 53,902 53,982 Expense Total 53,982 53,982 C - 32 Activity CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS Project Summary by Name 3624 -Riverside Dr & Arts Campus Stormsewer Modifications The Flood of 2008 identified deficiencies in the stormsewer system that serves River St near Riverside Drive and areas to the west. 336190 other Local Governments 500000 393290 From stormwater 500,000 Receipts Total 1,000,000 500000 500000 1,000,000 500200 storm water Mgmt Capital Acquisiti 1000,000 Expense Total 1,000,000 1,000,000 1,000,000 3625 -Corps Section 206 Project This project is in coordination with the Army corps of Engineers through the section 206 program.This is a joint project with coralville and the University of Iowa to implement ecological restoration in selected areas along the Iowa River and clear Creek. 331100 Federal Grants 393290 From Stormwater Receipts Total 877,500 472,500 1,350,000 877500 472,500 1,350,000 580200 Storm c4ater Mgmt capital Acquisiti Expense Total 1350,000 1,350,000 1,350,000 1,350,000 3751 -Northside Marketplace $treetscape This project would install pavement, bench, lighting, end similar streetscape improvements in the vicinity of Linn and Market Streets. 393412 From 03 GO Bonds 16,000 393420 From 11 GO Bonds Receipts Total 434730 other capital Acquisition/cIP 16,000 Expense Total 16,000 Reconstruct Lower Muscatine from Kirkwood to First Avenue including an addition of a center turn lane, construction includes stormsewer, water mains, sanitary sewer undergrounding of aerial utilities end sidewalks on both sides of street. This project is utilizing Federal STP funds. 331100 Federal Grants 393150 Road Use Tax 393170 Transfers from TIF Districts 393410 From FY12 GO Bonds 393412 From 03 GO Bonds 393418 From 09 GO Bonds 393419 From 10 GO Bonds 1,720, 000 2, 939 167,161 540,000 87,000 125,000 65,678 Prior Years 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Total 500,000 16,000 500,000 500, 000 500, 000 16,000 500,000 516,000 516,000 516, 000 3752 - 2010 Iowa City 3R Project Stimulus Funding Phase 2 Pave Reha 393150 Road Use Receipts Tax Total 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 434710 Roads Expense Total 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 3803 - Lower Muscatine-Kirkwood to First Avenue 2,939 125,000 60,000 860,000 540,000 167, 161 87,000 65, 678 C - 33 CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS Project Summary by Name Activity Prior Years 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Total 393420 From 11 GO Bonds 1,091,261 1,091,261 Receipts Total 127,939 319,839 1,951,261 1,400,000 3,799,039 434710 Roads 244,555 232,839 1,951,251 1,400,000 3,826,555 Expense Total 244,555 232,839 1,951,261 1,400,000 3,828,655 3804 -Dodge St Reconstruction-180/Governor This project will reconstruct Dodge Street between the Governor/Dodge intersection and Interstate 80. Included with this project will be the replacement of existing 6 amd 12 inch water mains, amd reconstruction of a sanitary sewer along Dodge Street between Scott Boulevard and ACT circle.This sanitary sewer will increase the capacity for future growth north of Interstate 80. 334900 other State Grants 1,298,289 1,290,209 393220 From Wastewater operations 297,881 297,601 393421 Fron Wtr Rev Bonds 653,913 653,913 Receipts Total 2,250,083 2,250,083 434710 Roads 1,492,602 1,063,395 2,555,997 520300 Sewer Systems 495 495 530300 water Distribution System 6,792 6,792 Expense total 1,499,889 1,063,395 2,563,284 3807 -Street Pavement Marking Annual appropriation for contract painting crosswalks and centerlines on roadways. 353150 copies/Computer Queries 40 40 369100 Reich of Expenses 16,932 16,932 393150 Road Use Tax 606,186 105,000 185,000 185,000 185,000 185,000 1,531,186 Receipts Total 623,158 185,000 185,000 185,000 185,000 185,000 1,548,158 434710 Roads 623,158 105,000 185,000 105,000 185,000 105,000 1,540,150 Expense Total 623,158 185,000 185,000 185,000 185,000 185,000 1,548,158 3808 -Park Road 3rd Lane Improvement Add center turn lane on Park Rd between Lower City Park entrance and Riverside or.This will accommodate traffic to Hancher Auditorium. 393411 From FY13 GO Bonds 200,000 200,000 393413 From FY14 GO Bonds 940,000 940,000 Receipts Total 200,000 940,000 1,140,000 434710 Roads 200,000 940,000 1,140,000 Expense Total 200,000 940,000 1,140,000 3809 -Dubugue St Elevation Reconstruct and elevate Dubuque St and Park Rd bridge. The project will elevate 4,200 feet of Dubuque St and 2,350 feet of nearby roads.It will also elevate trails used by walkers and cyclists.The project will remove and replace Park Road bridge and raise 250 feet of bridge approach. 331100 Federal Grants 3,000,000 3,000,000 334900 other State Grants 0,500,000 0,500,000 393160 Local Option Taxes 4,000,000 2,160,000 3,560,000 7,820,000 17,540,000 393411 From FY13 GO Bonds 80,000 80,000 393413 From FY14 GO Bonds 2,080,000 2,880,000 Receipts Total 15,500,000 2,160,000 3,560,000 7,900,000 2,880,000 32,000,000 C - 34 CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS Project Summary by Name 434710 Roads 434720 Bridge Construction Expense Total 2,880,000 27,000,000 5,000,000 2,880,000 32,000,000 3810 -Old Highway 218 overlay Project Resurface Old Hwy 218 from Hwyl and HwyG south to Mormon Trek Blvd. Funding is from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. 331100 Federal Grants 650,000 650,000 393150 Road Use Tax 10,977 180,000 190,977 Receipts Total 10,977 830,000 840,977 434710 Roads 10,977 830,000 840,977 Expense Total 10,977 830,000 840,977 3811 -Sycamore St-Highway 6 to City Limits This project will reconstruct Sycamore St from Burns Ave to the City Limits aS three lane portland cement concrete street with curb and gutter.The project also includes sidewalks and stormsewer.Sycamore St from US 6 to Burns Ave will be converted from a four lane roadway to a three lande section.The project may include improvements at the US 6 intersection.This project may include TOOT U-STEP funds for the US 6 intersection. 341500 0ev Fee-Sdwlk/Paving 26,795 100,000 126,795 369100 Reimb of Expenses 15,502 15,502 393412 From 03 GO Bonds 117,355 117,355 393418 From 09 GO Bonds 50,829 5,000 55,829 393419 From 10 GO Bonds 1.930,000 1,930,000 393420 From 11 GO Bonds 1,095,000 1,095,000 Receipts Total 93,126 2,152,355 1,095,000 3,340,481 434710 Roads 125,482 2,072,355 1,095,000 3,292,837 Expense total 125,482 2,072,355 1,095,000 3,292,837 3814 -Traffic Signal Projects Annual appropriation for the signalization of intersections. 393150 Road Use Tax 113,084 113,084 393410 From FY12 GO Bonds 120,000 120,000 393411 From FY13 GO Bonds 120,000 120,000 393413 From FY14 GO Bonds 120,000 120,000 393419 From 10 GO Bonds 120,000 120,000 393420 From 11 GO Bonds 120,000 120,000 Receipts Total 113,084 120,000 120,000 120,000 120,000 120,000 713,084 433500 Traffic Eng Lights 113,084 120,000 120,000 120,000 120,000 120,000 713,084 Expense Total 113,084 120,000 120,000 120,000 120,000 120,000 713,084 3815 -Gilbert Street Streetscape Streetscape elements including brick, trees, lighting, segments of Gilbert St between Prentiss & Burlington. 393412 From 03 GO Bonds 393419 From 10 GO Bonds Receipts Total 434710 Roads Expense Total and bike racks on Activity Prior Years 2010 2011 2012 15,500,000 15,500,000 2,160,000 2,160,000 3,560,000 3,560,000 2,900,000 5,000,000 7,900,000 2013 2014 Total 7,000 310,000 317,000 310,000 310,000 310,000 7,000 310,000 317,000 310,000 C - 35 CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS Project Summary by Name Activity Prior Years 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Total 3816 -Traffic Calming Annual appropriation for providing traffic calming. 393150 Road Use Tax 70,801 30,000 30,000 Receipts Total 70,801 30,000 30,000 30,000 30,000 30,000 30,000 30,000 220, 801 30,000 220,801 433500 Traffic Eng Lights 67,482 30,000 30,000 434710 Roads 3,318 Expense total 70,800 30,000 30,000 30,000 30,000 30,000 30,000 30,000 217,482 3,318 30,000 220,800 3821 -Overwidth Paving/Sidewalks Annual appropriation for providing extra width pavement on roadways. 393150 Road Use Tax 36,599 30,000 30,000 Receipts Total 36,599 30,000 30,000 30,000 30,000 30,000 30,000 30,000 186,599 30,000 186,599 434740 sidewalks 36,599 30,000 30,000 Expense Total 36,599 30,000 30,000 30,000 30,000 30,000 30,000 30,000 186,599 30,000 186,599 3822 -Curb Ramps-ADA Biennial appropriation for the construction of ADA accessible curb ramps. 393150 Road Use Tax 199,124 393411 From FY13 00 Bonds 393420 From 11 00 Bonds 50,000 Receipts Total 199,124 50,000 50,000 50,000 199,124 50,000 50,000 299,124 434740 sidewalks 199,124 50,000 Expense Total 199,124 50,000 50,000 50,000 299,124 299,124 3823 -Brick Street Repairs Annual appropriation for the repair of brick streets. 393150 Road Use Tax 63,184 20,000 20,000 Receipts Total 63,184 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 163,184 20,000 163,184 434710 Roads 63,184 20,000 20,000 Expense Total 63,184 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 163,184 20,000 163,184 3824 -Pavement Rehabilitation Annual appropriation for resurfacing roadways. 313500 Utility Franchise Tax 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 400,000 334310 Road Use Tax 277,000 277,000 363150 copies/Computer Queries 595 595 369100 Reimb of Expenses 30,355 30,355 393150 Road Use Tax 2,335,648 123,000 400,000 400,000 400,000 400,000 4,058,648 Receipts Total 2,366,598 400,000 500,000 500,000 500,000 500,000 4,766,598 434710 Roads 2,366,599 400,000 500,000 500,000 500,000 500,000 4,766,599 Expense Total 2,366,599 400,000 500,000 500,000 500,000 500,000 4,766,599 C - 36 Activity CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS Project Summary by Name 3825 -Bowery Street Brick Repair-Clark to Summit Streets This project will remove and salvage the existing brick, reconstruct a new concrete base, and reinstall the brick. 393150 Road Use Tax 194,898 194,898 393419 From 10 GO Bonds 300,000 .300,000 Receipts Total 194,898 300,000 494,898 434710 Roads 195,018 300,000 495,018 Expense Total 195,018 300,000 495,018 3826 -Underground Electrical Facilities Annual average expense to convert overhead electrical systems to underground. 313500 Utility Franchise Tax 175,000 175,000 175,000 175,000 700,000 Receipts Total 175,000 175,000 175,000 175,000 700,000 434710 Roads 175,000 175,000 175,000 175,000 700,000 Expense Total 175,000 175,000 175,000 175,000 700,000 3827 -Scott Blvd Overlay-Rochester to Court St Overlay Scott nlvd from Rochester Blvd to Court Street. 393150 Road Use Tax 1,793 1,793 393420 From 11 GO Bonds 400,000 400,000 Receipts Total 1,793 400,000 401,793 434710 Roads 1,793 400,000 401,793 Expense Total 1,793 400,000 401,793 3828 -Sidewalk Infill Annual program to construct sidewalks where gaps exist. 393150 Road Use Tax 3,250 3,250 393410 From FY12 GO Bonds 100,000 100,000 393411 From FY13 GO Bonds 100,000 100,000 393413 From FY14 GO Bonds 100,000 100,000 393418 From 09 GO Bonds 183 99,817 100,000 393419 From 10 GO Bonds 100,000 100,000 393420 From 11 GO Bonds 100,000 100,000 Receipts Total 3,433 199,817 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 603,250 434740 Sidewalks 3,433 199,817 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 603,250 Expense Total 3,433 199,817 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 603,250 3834 -Burlington/Madison Intersection and Median Add turn lanes and signal improvements to Burlington/Madison intersection. Replace water and sewer lines.This is the 1st phase of the Burlington St median project, from Madison to the Iowa river. 334900 Other State Grants 393150 Road Use Tax 393210 From Water Operations 393419 From 10 GO Bonds Receipts Total 41,909 13,000 100,000 290,000 41,909 403,000 750,000 750, 000 54,909 100,000 290,000 1,194,909 prior Years 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Total 750,000 C - 37 CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS Project Summary by Name Activity prior Years 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Total 434710 Roads 41,909 290,000 750,000 1,001,909 530300 Water Distribution System 100,000 100,000 Expense Total 41,909 390,000 750,000 1,181,909 3840 -Burlington/Clinton Intersection Improvements Construct left turn lanes on Clinton St at Burlington St.Some associated utility improvements. 393210 From Water operations 100,000 100,000 393411 From FY13 GO Bonds 1,040,000 1,040,000 Receipts Total 1,140,000 1,140,000 434710 Roads 1,040,000 1,040,000 530300 Water Distribution System 100,000 100,000 Expense Total 1,140,000 1,140,000 3843 -RR Crossings- City Wide Annual appropriation for the repair of railroad crossings. 393150 Road Use Tax 137,154 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 262,154 Receipts Total 137,154 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 262,154 434710 Roads 137,154 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 262,154 Expense Total 137,154 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 262,154 3854 -American Legion Road Scott Blvd to Taft Ave Reconstruct road to urban standards and include an 8' sidewalk. 341500 Dcv Fee-Sdwlk/Paving 27,425 27,425 393413 From FY14 GO Bonds 3,000,000 3,000,000 Receipts Total 27,425 3,000,000 3,027,425 434710 Roads 3,000,000 3,000,000 Expense Total 3,000,000 3,000,000 3856 -Lower West Branch Road Reconstruction This project will reconstruct Lower West Branch Road to city standards from its intersection with Scott Boulevard to Taft Avenue. Development along this segment is obligated to pay a pro rata share of the cost of construction based On current dollars at the time of development approval. 341500 Dev Fee—Sdwlk/Paving 139,351 139,351 363150 Copies/Computer Queries 2,830 2,830 393150 Road Use Tax 6,770 6,770 393210 From Water operations 400,000 400,000 393412 From 03 GO Bonds 1,000,000 1,000,000 393416 From 07 GO Bonds 2,043,480 280,980 2,324,460 Receipts Total 3,192,431 680,980 3,873,411 434710 Roads 2,004,665 600,900 3,405,645 530300 Water Distribution System 395,053 395,853 Expense Total 3,200,518 680,980 3,881,498 3871 -1st Ave/IAIS RR Crossing Improvements This project will grade separate the existing at grade railroad crossing at 1st Ave for the Iowa Interstate Railroad.This project will raise the tracks and build a bridge for the railroad.1st Ave will be lowered and will go under the tracks.Existing utilities will be adjusted as necessary.A retaining wall C - 38 CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS Project Summary by Name Activity prior Years 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Total will be constructed along the west side of 1st Ave.This project will include funding from federal surface transportation program grants. 331100 Federal Grants 1,211500 1,211500 2,423,000 393150 Road Use Tax 89,155 89,755 393410 From FY12 GO Bonds 2,100,000 2,100,000 393411 From FY13 GO Bonds 845,000 845,000 393417 From 08 GO Bonds 38,000 192,000 230,000 393418 From 09 Go Bonds 500,000 500,000 393420 From 11 GO Bonds 800,000 800,000 Receipts Total 127,755 692,000 800,000 3,311,500 2,056,tOO 6,987,755 434710 Roads 4,445 800,000 3,311,500 2,056,500 6,172,445 434720 Bridge construction 121,111 692,000 813,111 Expense Total 125,556 692,000 800,000 3,311,500 2,056,500 6,985,555 3872 -Hwy 6/Lakeside-420th St This project will widen Highway 6 to a three lane cross section from Lakeside Drive to 420th street.Intersection improvements at Heinz Road and at Scott Boulevard will also be made. 393150 Road Use Tax 322,169 322,169 393418 Fros 09 GO Bonds 1,150000 1,150,000 Receipts Total 322,169 1,150,000 1,472,169 434710 Roads 322,169 1,150,000 1,472,169 Expense Total 322,169 1,150,000 1,472,169 3883 -Mccollister Blvd-Highway 921 to Gilbert Street Mccollister Boulevard will connect the future Mormon Trek Boulevard (at Hwy 921 to Gilbert Street.This section of paving is 4000 feet long, including a 500 foot long bridge over the Iowa River. 331100 Federal Grants 100,000 100,000 334900 Other State Grants 1823,788 2,376,213 4.200,001 363150 copies/computer Queries 330 330 393150 Road Use Tax 251,156 251,156 393210 From Water operations 477,000 477,000 393416 From 07 GO Bonds 1,876,368 1876,368 393417 From 08 GO Bonds 1,700,000 1,700,000 Receipts Total 6,128,642 2,476,213 8,604,855 434710 Roads 3,934,370 1,584,340 5,518,710 434720 Bridge construction 2,519,021 967,181 3,486,202 Expense Total 6,453,391 2,551,521 9,004,912 3888 -420th Street Improvements-Hwy 6 to City Limits This project will reconstruct 420th St from Hwy 6 to the city Limits. The project will include portland cement concrete streets, storrosewer, watermains, and sidewalks.The project will utilize Iowa DOT RISE grant funds. 334900 Other State Grants 1,243,801 1,243,801 382100 Land Rental 20,000 20,000 393220 From wastewater operations 124,684 160,000 284,684 393412 From 03 GO Bonds 132,000 132,000 393418 From 09 GO Bonds 1,356,199 1,356,199 Receipts Total 144,684 2,892,000 3,036,684 C - 39 CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS Project Summary by Name Expense Total 125,988 2,610,674 125,988 2,610,674 This project will rehabilitate the existing pedestrian bridge at Highway 6 and Burlington St. 334900 other State Grants 336190 other Local Governments 363150 copies/computer Queries 393150 Road Use Tax Receipts Total 461, 246 230,623 67,348 225,623 67,858 917,492 434720 Bridge construction 67,858 867,492 935,350 Activity 434710 Roads prior Years 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Total 2,736,662 2,736,662 3899 -South Riverside Drive between Riverside Dr\H'wy 6 & Park Rd 331100 Federal Grants 27,914 393150 Road Use Tax 4,968 22,086 Receipts Total 4,968 50,000 27,914 27,054 54,968 434710 Roads 4,968 50,000 Expense Total 4,968 50,000 54,968 54,968 3910 -Bridge Maintenance/Repair Annual appropriation for the repair and minor naintenance of bridges. 393150 Road Use Tax 56,586 60,000 60,000 60,000 Receipts Total 56,586 60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 356,586 356,586 434720 Bridge construction 56,586 60,000 60,000 60,000 Expense Total 56,586 60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 356,586 356,586 3911 -Iowa River Power Darn Pedestrian Bridge Repair This project will replace one pedestrian section damaged by a tree, This projec will remove the damaged section and replace it with a new section. 334900 other State Grants 24,000 393419 From 10 GO Bonds 27,500 393420 From 11 GO Bonds 100,000 Receipts Total 51,500 100,000 24,000 27,500 100,000 151,500 434720 Bridge construction 100,000 441880 Trail construction 51,500 Expense Total 51,500 100,000 100,000 51,500 151,500 3919 -Rochester Avenue Bridge This project will replace the Rochester Avenue Bridge over Ralston creek.The project will include sidewalks on both sides of Rochester Avenue. This project will be funded with 80/20 federal bridge funds. 331100 Federal Grants 556,000 393420 From 11 GO Bonds 164,000 Receipts total 720,000 556,000 164,000 720,000 434720 Bridge construction 720,000 Expense Total 720,000 720,000 720,000 3920 -Burlington St Pedestrian Bridge Rehabilitation 510 461,246 230,623 510 292,971 985,350 C - 40 CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS Project Summary by Name Activity prior Years 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Total Expense Total 67,858 867,492 935,350 3921 -Interstate 80 Aesthetic Improvements I,andscaping and bridge aesthetic treatments in the Interstate 80 corridor. The objective of this project is to mitigate the visual impact of the addition of a third lane to I-so and to provide cohesive and pleasing feel to the Iowa city corridor.This project is contingent on outside funding. 334900 other State Grants 100000 100,000 200,000 336130 coralville 19,830 19,038 393150 Road Use Tax 20,102 20,102 Receipts Total 39,940 100,000 100,000 239,940 434720 nridge construction 39,940 100,000 100,000 239,940 Expense total 39,940 100,000 100,000 239,940 3922 -Highway 6 Bridge US 6-MP 248-253 -ADT 22,000-32,000 This project includes repair of flood damaged infrastructure under the Burlington Street (westbound) Bridge and the US Hwy 6 Bridge.The project will include installation of stone revetment to protect the bridge abutment, replacement of retaining wall, replacement of wood guard fence, and debris cleanup and seeding. 331100 Federal Grants 61,362 61,362 393150 Road Use Tax 2,706 7,000 9,706 Receipts Total 2,706 68,362 71,068 434720 Bridge construction 2,706 68,362 71,068 Expense Total 2,706 68,362 71,068 3925 -Dodge St/I-80 Pedestrian Bridge Pedestrian bridge over Interstate 80 at North Dodge Street (Hwy 1). Project includes an oversized circle from ACT circle to Northgate Drive. The sanitary sewer and water main will be replaced.Funding will be from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. 331100 Federal Grants 1,800,000 1,800,000 393150 Road Use Tax 54,000 54.000 393210 From water operations 800,000 800,000 393220 From wastewater operations 400,000 400,000 393419 From 10 GO Bonds 550,000 550,000 Receipts Total 54,000 3,550,000 3,604,000 434720 Bridge construction 139,522 2,350,000 2,489,522 520300 sewer systems 400,000 400,000 530300 water Distribution System 800,000 800,000 Expense Total 139,522 3,550,000 3,689,522 3930 - Dubuque St./I-80 Pedestrian Bridge This project will construct a pedestrian bridge along Dubugue Street over I-SO. 331100 Federal Grants 435,000 435,000 393410 From FY12 GO Bonds 380,000 380,000 393411 From FY13 GO nonds 760,000 760,000 393413 From FY14 GO Bonds 325,000 325,000 Receipts Total 380,000 760,000 760,000 1,900,000 434720 Bridge construction 380,000 760,000 760,000 1,900,000 C - 41 CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS Project Summary by Name Activity Prior Years 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Total Expense Total 380,000 760,000 760,000 1,900,000 3955 -Salt Storage Building Design and construct salt storage building and site work design for the Public works Complex site. 393150 Road Use Tax 39,047 150,953 393417 From 08 GO Bonds 51,318 393418 From 09 GO Bonds 700,000 Receipts Total 790,365 158,953 198,000 51,318 700,000 949,318 434730 other Capital Acquisition/Cl?790,365 117,757 Expense Total 790,365 117,757 908,122 908,122 3956 -Public Works Facility Site This project will consist of grading, undergrounding utilities, partial paving. and landscaping/screening of the So Gilbert St Public Works Facility site, 393418 From 09 Go Bonds 280,000 Receipts Total 280,000 280,000 280,000 434730 other pm Capital Acquisition/CIP 280,000 Expense total 280,000 280,000 280,000 3957 -Vehicle Wash System construct an automated vehicle wash system for large vehicles and provide wash racks for the manual cleaning of large vehicles at the So Gilbert St Public Works Facility. 393420 From 11 GO Bonds 440,000 Receipts Total 440,000 440,000 440,000 434730 other capital Acquisition/Cl?440,000 Expense Total 440,000 440,000 440,000 3958 -Public Works Fuel Facility construct new fuel tanks and fueling island at the So Gilbert St Public Works Facility, replacing the existing fuel facilities at Riverside Dr. 393418 From 09 GO Bonds 1,243 393419 From 10 GO Bonds 700,000 Receipts Total 1,243 700,000 1,243 700,000 701,243 434730 Other PW Capital Acquisition/Cl?1,243 700,000 Expense Total 1,243 700,000 701,243 701,243 3959 -Utility Bill Software Replacement Selection and implementation of new utility billing software. 520100 Wastewater Treatment Adninistratio 224,000 224,000 530100 water System Administration &Supp 224,000 224,000 540100 Refuse Collection Administration &56000 56,000 580200 Storm Water Mgmt capital Acquisiti 56,000 56,000 Expense Total 560,000 560,000 C - 42 CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS Project Summary by Name Activity Prior Years 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Total 3961 -West Side Levee Project This project will construct a levee along the west side of the Iowa River between McCollister Blvd. and the CRANDIC railroad bridge. 334810 State Disaster Assistance Receipts Total 4465,000 4,465,000 4465,000 4,465,000 434730 other Pw capital Acquisition/CU' Expease Total 4,465,000 4,465,000 4465,000 4,465,000 3964 -Rocky Shore Lift Station /Flood Gates Project This project will construct a puep station near Rocky Shore Drive and construct flood gates on the CRANDIC railroad bridge at Rocky Shore Drive to minimize future flooding of the Hwy 6 corridor.This project is part of a larger flood control strategy developed by the City of Coralville. 334810 State Disaster Assistance 6,596,300 Receipts Total 6,596,300 6596300 6,596,300 434730 other Capital Acquisition/cIP 6,596,300 Expense Total 6,596,300 6,596,300 6,596,300 3965 -404 Hazard Mitigation Grant Program Dimolitions PW #9578 331100 Federal Grants 629,325 334810 State Disaster Assistance 69,925 Receipts Total 699,250 629,325 69,925 699,250 434730 other Capital Acquisition/CIP 699,250 Expense Total 699,250 699,250 699,250 3966 -Riverbank Stabilization-Dubuque Street This project is in coordination with the Army Corps Engineers through the Section 14 program.The Iowa River bank along Dubuque St. downstream f roe the Park Road Bridge will be stabilized. 331100 Federal Grants 246,250 393412 From 03 GO Bonds 128,750 Receipts Total 375,000 246,250 128,750 375,000 434730 other Capital Acquisition/CIP 375,000 Expense total 375,000 375000 375,000 3967 -Normandy/Manor Intersection Elevation This project will elevate the intersection to reduce the frequency that it floods and provide more reliable access to the residents in the neighborhood. This project will include stormsewer backflow prevention valves and intake modifications to facilitate pumping of stormwater. 334810 State Disaster Assistance 1,100,000 1,100,000 Receipts Total 1,100,000 1,100,000 434730 other nw Capital Acquisition/CIP 1,100,000 1,100,000 Expease Total 1,100,000 1,100,000 C - 43 CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS Project Summary by Name Activity prior Years 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Total 3968 -Foster Road Elevation This project will establish more reliable access to the Peninsula Neighborhood by either elevating Foster Rd from Laura or to No Name Road by establishing a secondary access to the area. 393410 From FY12 GO Bonds 3,000,000 3,000,000 Receipts Total 3,000,000 3,000,000 434730 Other PW capital Acquisition/CIP 3,000,000 3,000,000 Expense Total 3,000,000 3,000,000 4130 -Parks Annual Improvements/Maint. Annual appropriation for maintenance and improvments in parks.FY08 includes $700,000 for potential trails allocation by city council. 362100 Contrib &Donations 17,627 17,627 393410 From FY12 GO Bonds 200,000 200,000 393411 From FY13 GO Bonds 194,590 200,000 394,590 393412 From 03 GO Bonds 140,882 140,882 393413 From FY14 GO Bonds 200,000 200,000 393414 From 05 GO Bonds 400,000 400,000 393416 From 07 GO Bonds 192,000 192,000 393417 From 08 GO Bonds 6,793 193,207 200,000 393418 From 09 GO Bonds 200,000 200,000 393419 From 10 GO Bonds 162,000 162,000 393420 From 11 GO Bonds 200,000 200,000 393910 Misc Transfers In 2,914 2,914 Receipts Total 954,806 555,207 200,000 200,000 200,000 200,000 2,310,013 441820 Parks Operations &Maintenance 244 244 441870 Parks Capital Acquisition/CIP 951,037 565,359 200,000 200,000 200,000 200,000 2,316,396 441880 Trail construction 995 995 Expense Total 952,276 565,359 200,000 200,000 200,000 200,000 2,317,635 4136 -Hickory Hill Park Restroom and Bridge construct a restroom and replace oldest pedestrian bridge in Hickory Hill Park, approximately 50'. 393414 From 05 GO Bonds 12,000 12,000 393420 From 11 GO Bonds 150,000 150,000 Receipts Total 12,000 150,000 162,000 441870 Parks Capital Acquisition/CIP 12,000 150,000 162,000 Expense Total 12,000 150,000 162,000 4137 -Frauenlioltz-Miller Park Development Develop newly acquired parkiand on Lower West Branch Rd adjacent to St. Patrick's church site. 362100 contrib &Donations 57,000 57,000 393413 From FY14 GO Bonds 223,000 223,000 Receipts Total 57,000 223,000 280,000 441870 Parks Capital Acquisition/CIP 57,000 223,000 200,000 Expense Total 57,000 223,000 280,000 C - 44 CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS Project Summary by Name Activity prior Years 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Total 4142 -Rec Center Window Replacement Replacement of translucent wall panel and window treatments. 369200 Reimb of Damages 11,600 393140 General Fund CI? Funding 4,310 393412 From 03 GO Bonds 47,993 2,024 393414 From 05 GO Bonds 45,742 393415 From 06 GO Bonds 551,591 393416 From 07 GO Bonds 69,298 393910 Misc Transfers In 22,564 Receipts Total 730,614 24,588 11,600 4,310 50,017 45,742 551,591 69,298 22,564 755,202 441870 parks capital Acquisition/cl?730,614 30,000 Expense Total 730,614 30,000 760,614 760,614 4145 -Cemetery Resurfacing Resurface specified roadways within Oakland Cemetery as part of the biennial asphalt resurfacing program. city-wide 393410 From FY12 GO Bonds 393412 From 03 GO Bonds 50,102 393413 From FY14 GO Bonds 393419 From 10 GO Bonds 50,000 Receipts total 50,102 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,102 50,000 50,000 200,102 441070 Parks Capital Acquisition/Cl?50,102 50,000 Expeuse total 50,102 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 200,102 200,102 4146 -Soccer Park Shelters construct two large park shelters to accommodate park patrons when tournaments are hosted. large 393419 Fron 10 GO Bonds 38,117 Receipts Total 38,117 38,117 38,117 441870 Parks Capital Acquisition/cl?38,117 Expense Total 38,117 38,117 38,117 4149 -Park Shelters Replace or repair ten park shelters in various parks. 393416 From 07 GO Bonds 70,000 Receipts Total 70,000 70,000 70,000 441070 Parks Capital Acquisition/Cl?70,000 Expense Total 70,000 70,000 70,000 4152 -Terry Trueblood Recreation Area This project provides for the phased development,in accordance with the concept plan, of the newly acquired Sand L,ake Recreation Area (former S &G Materials site). The area will include both recreation and conservation components. An Iowa Community Attraction and Tourism grant application will be submitted. 334900 other state Grants 1,000,000 1,000,000 2,000,000 362100 Contrib &Donations 750,000 750,000 369100 Reimb of Expenses 2,433 2,433 C - 45 CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS Project Summary by Name Activity prior Years 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Total 382100 Land Rental 6300 6,300 393140 General Fund CIP Funding 591,833 591,833 393150 Road Use Tax 100,000 100000 393410 From FY12 GO Bonds 500,000 500,000 393411 From FY13 GO Bonds 2,000,000 2,000,000 393415 From 06 GO Bonds 200,000 200,000 393416 From 07 GO Bonds 500,000 500,000 393417 From 08 GO Bonds 51,976 448,024 500,000 393419 From 10 GO Bonds 606,388 606,388 393420 From 11 GO Bonds 250,000 250,000 Receipts Total 1,452,542 1,804,412 250,000 1,500,000 3,000,000 8,006,954 441870 parks capital Acquisition/CIP 1,452,542 1,804,412 250,000 1,500,000 3,000,000 8,006,954 Expense Total 1,452,542 1,804,412 250,000 1,500,000 3,000,000 8,006,954 4153 -Soccer Park Improvements This project provides for the continued development and improvement to the Iowa city Kickers Soccer Park. Planned improvements include a system of trails to enhance accessibility, and to create a more park-like atmosphere in the open space areas of the facility. 362100 Contrib & Donations 5,805 5,805 393410 From FY12 GO Bonds 250,000 250,000 393414 From 05 GO Bonds 18,119 18,119 393415 From 06 GO Bonds 46,971 46,971 393416 From 07 GO Bonds 13,914 39,085 52,999 Receipts Total 84,809 39,085 250,000 373,894 441870 Parks Capital Acquisition/cl?84,809 39,085 250,000 373,894 Expense Total 84,809 39,085 250,000 373,894 4160 -Peninsula Park Development of the lower elevation into a "natural park", with prairie grasses, wildflowers, native woodlands, and trails.This development will protect the City's water supply weliheads. 393413 From FY14 GO Bonds 300,000 300,000 Receipts Total 300,000 300,000 441870 Parks capital Acquisition/cl?300,000 300,000 Expense Total 300,000 300,000 4162 -Soccer Field Renovation Rebuild four soccer fields at Kickers Soccer Park; need to be crowned and drainage tile installed. 393418 From 09 GO Bonds 100,000 100,000 393419 From 10 GO Bonds 111,883 111,883 Receipts Total 211,883 211,883 441870 Parks Capital Acquisition/CIP 211,883 211,883 Expense Total 211,883 211,883 4163 -Napoleon Softball Field Renovation Regrade and relocate fields 3 and 4 to provide better drainage and more spectator space between these fields and fields 1 and 2. 393418 From 09 GO Bonds 180,000 180,000 Receipts Total 180,000 180,000 C - 46 CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS Project Summary by Name Activity Prior Years 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Total 441870 Parks Capital Acquisition/CIP 180000 180,000 Expense Total 180,000 180,000 4165 -Nercer Aquatic HVAC Replacement 336120 Iowa City Comm schools 14,375 14375 393140 General Fund CIP Funding 43,125 43,125 Receipts Total 43,125 14,375 57,500 445100 Culture & Recreation Capital Acqui 57,500 57,500 Expense Total 57,500 57,500 4166 -Sand Prairie Development 393414 From 05 GO Bonds 35,000 35,000 Receipts Total 35,000 35,000 441870 Parks Capital Acquisition/CIP 35,000 35,000 Expense total 35,000 35,000 4167 -City Park -Old Shop Repairs Replace roof and rafters and on the old park shop at city Park.Also, rebuild the retaining wall adjacent to the building, which was impacted by the flood. 393419 From 10 GO Bonds 128,000 128,000 Receipts Total 128,000 128,000 441870 Parks capital Acquisition/Cl?128,000 128,000 Expense Total 128,000 128,000 4168 -Cemetery Storage Building . construct a 20' X 40 concrete building with attic trusses to be used for year round cold storage. 393419 From 10 GO Bonds 40,000 40,000 Receipts Total 40,000 40,000 441870 Parks Capital Acquisition/Cl?40,000 40,000 Expense Total 40,000 40,000 4169 -Inf ant Columbarium & Sculpture construct a 64 niche columbarium in the Innocense section of Oakland Cemetery to accommodate ash urns for cremated infants.Will also include a sculpture of a mother & infant in a rocking chair.Sales revenue will offset the capital costs over a period of several years. 393419 From 10 GO Bonds 85,000 85,000 Receipts Total 85,000 85,000 441870 parks Capital Acquisition/CIP 85,000 85,000 Expense total 85,000 85,000 4170 -Court Hill Park Restroom Construct a restroom in Court Hill Park. 393420 From 11 GO Bonds 95,000 95,000 C - 47 CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS Project Summary by Name Activity prior Years 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Total Receipts Total 95,000 95,000 441870 parks Capital Acquisition/Cl?95,000 95,000 Expense Total 95,000 95,000 4171 -Park Restroom Construct a new restroom in Kiwanis Park. 393420 From 11 GO Bonds Receipts Total 95,000 95,000 95,000 95,000 441870 Parks Capital Acquisition/Cl? Expense Total 95,000 95,000 95,000 95,000 4172 -College Green Park Light Replacement Replace entire light system in College Green Park. 393420 From 11 GO Bonds Receipts Total 90,000 90,000 . 90,000 90,000 441870 Parks Capital Acquisition/Cl? Expense total 90,000 90,000 90,000 90,000 4174 -Park Sidewalk Replacements Remove 3,100 lineal feet of 4 foot sidewalk and replace with 6 Mercer Park and Fairmeadows Park, foot sidewalk at 393420 From 11 GO Bonds Receipts Total 85,000 85,000 85,000 85,000 441870 Parks Capital Acquisition/CIP Expense Total 85000 85,000 85,000 85,000 4175 -Riverside Festival Theater Flood Repairs 331200 FEMA Reimbursements 94,500 334810 state Disaster Assistance 10,500 369200 Reimb of Damages 1,134,356 Receipts Total 1,239,356 .94,500 10,500 1,134,356 1,239,356 441870 Parks Capital Acquisition/Cl?32,261 1,264,356 Expense Total 32,261 1,264,356 1,296,617 1,296,617 4176 -Exterior Walkway by Sheraton Hotel 362100 Contrib & Donations 150,000 393140 General Fund CIP Funding 362 393170 Transfers from TIP Districts 250,000 Receipts Total 362 400,000 150,000 362 250,000 400,362 441870 Parks Capital Acquisition/Cl?362 300,000 Expense Total 362 300,000 300,362 300,362 4177 -Lower City Park Secondary Access Road Extend the Lower City Park Access Road along ball diamonds and into Normandy Drive to create a secondary access road for better traffic flow and emergency access C - 48 CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS Project Summary by Name Activity Prior Years 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Total 393413 From FY14 GO Bonds 270,000 270,000 Receipts Total 270,000 270,000 441870 Parks Capital Acquisition/cIP 270,000 270,000 Expense Total 270,000 270,000 4201 -Court Hill Trail construct lOfoot wide trail between Scott Park and Creekside Park. This project will be utilizing Federal STP grant funds. 334900 Other State Grants 305,676 305,676 393416 From 07 GO nonds 200,000 200,000 393417 From 08 GO Bonds 310,000 310,000 Receipts Total 510,000 305,676 815,676 441800 Trail Construction 658,105 157,572 815,677 Expense Total 650,105 157,572 815,677 4203 -Pedestrian Bridge Rocky Shore to Peninsula Construct pedestrian bridge over the Iowa River to connect the Iowa River Trail to the Peninsula parkiand trails, and to provide better access to the dog park and disc golf course. 331100 Federal Grants 1,040,000 1,040,000 393411 From FY13 Go Bonds 260,000 260,000 Receipts Total 1,300,000 1,300,000 441880 Trail Construction 1,300,000 1,300,000 Expense Total 1,300,000 1,300,000 4206 Intra-City Bike Trails Annual appropriation for the construction or repair of bike trails. 393150 Road Use Tax 68,110 50,000 .110,110 393410 From FY12 GO Bonds 50,000 50,000 393411 From FY13 GO Bonds 50,000 50,000 393413 From FY14 GO Bonds 50,000 50,000 393420 From 11 GO Bonds 50,000 50,000 Receipts Total 68,110 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 318,110 441870 Parks Capital Acquisition/CIP 2,362 2,362 441000 Trail construction 65,740 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 315,748 Expense Total 68,110 50,000 -50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 318,110 4217 -Butler Bridge Pedeitrian Trail construction of a separate pedestrian bridge on widened piers on the Butler Bridge, allowing for separated pedestrian and bicycle travel. This project will be utilizing Federal STP grant funds. 334900 Other State Grants 440,000 440,000 335130 Coralville 27,500 27,500 393419 From 10 GO Bonds 02,500 82,500 Receipts Total 550,000 550,000 441000 Trail Construction 550,000 550,000 Expense Total 550,000 550,000 C - 49 CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS Project Summary by Name Activity Prior Years 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Total 4219 -Scott Park Development & Trail Development of Scott Park into a neighborhood/regional park, some excavation to the detention basin, and the construction of a new trail to connect with other trails in east Iowa City.Restroom included. 331100 Federal Grants 416,159 416,159 393290 From stormwater 250,000 250,000 393411 From FY13 GO Bonds 363,841 363,041 Receipts Total 250,000 780,000 1,030,000 441880 Trail Construction 780000 780,000 580200 Storm Water Mgmt Capital Acquisiti 250000 250,000 Expense Total 250,000 780,000 1,030,000 4220 -Iowa River Trail-Riverbank Flood Repairs 331200 FEr4A Reimbursements 91,924 91,924 334010 state Disaster Assistance 10,214 10,214 Receipts Total 102,138 102,138 441880 Trail Construction 074 102,138 103012 Expense Total 874 102,138 103,012 4221 -Terry Trueblood Rec. Area Trail Connection Construct an extension of the Iowa River Corridor Trail from Napoleon Park to Terry Trueblood Recreation Area. 334900 Other State Grants 281,000 201,000 393420 From 11 GO Bonds 94000 94,000 Receipts Total 375,000 375,000 441080 Trail Construction 375,000 375000 Expense Total 375,000 375,000 4222 -Highway 1 Sidewalk/Trail -RiversideDr to Sunset Construct a 10 foot wide sidewalk along IA Hwy 1 between Riverside Drive (Old 210) and Sunset. 393410 From FY12 GO Bonds 1,000,000 1,000,000 Receipts Total 1,000,000 1,000,000 441880 Trail Construction 1,000,000 1,000,000 Expense Total 1,000,000 1,000,000 4313 -Public Art Annual appropriation for the acquistion of art. 346700 special Events 214 214 362100 contrib &Donations 20 20 393411 From FY13 GO Bonds 393412 From 03 GO Bonds 50,000 50,000 393414 From OS GO Bonds 100,000 100,000 393415 From 06 GO Bonds 50,000 50,000 393416 From 07 GO Bonds 50,000 50,000 393417 From 08 GO Bonds 30,081 10,000 40,081 Receipts Total 280,315 10,000 290,315 C - 50 CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS Project Summary by Name Activity Prior Years 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Total 458000 community & Econ Dvlp cIP 271,869 271,869 Expense Total 271,869 271,969 4315 -Eec Center Roof Tear off and replace roof. 393418 From 09 GO Bonds 224,782 39,000 393910 Misc Transfers In 66,221 Receipts Total 291,003 39,000 263,782 66,221 330,003 445100 culture & Recreation capital Acqui 291,003 39,000 Expense total 291,003 39,000 330,003 330,003 4316 -Recreation Center Improvements Rebuild east entrance to Robert A. Lee center including accessible ramp, railing, fencing, steps, and lighting. Also, enclose the pool balcony so it can be used and enjoyed by center patrons. 393420 From 11 GO Bonds 225,000 Receipts total 225,000 225,000 225,000 441870 Parks capital Acquisition/cIP 225,000 Expense Total 225,000 225,000 225,000 4317 -Senior Center Roof and Tuc]cpointing This project involves tuck pointing the masonry, replacing masonry, and reroofing both roofs. 393140 General Fund Funding 31,000 393415 From 06 GO Bonds 110,000 393417 From 08 GO Bonds 43,000 Receipts Total 31,000 153,000 . 31,000 110,000 43,000 184,000 444300 Senior canter capital Acquisition!7,576 157,424 Expense Total 7,576 157,424 165,000 165,000 4318 -Senior Center Boiler & Chiller Replacement Replacement of boiler, air cooled chiller, pumps, air handling units, and ugrading building control system. 393140 General Fund Funding 150,988 393417 From 08 GO Bonds 601,548 55,452 Receipts Total 752,536 55,452 150,988 657,000 807,988 444300 senior center capital Acquisition!752,536 55,452 Expense Total 752,536 55,452 807,988 807,988 4319 -Wetherby Splash Pad construct a splash pad in Wetherby Park per request of Wetherby and Grant Wood Neighborhood Associations. 362100 contrib & Donations 10,000 10,000 393418 From 09 GO Bonds 100,000 100,000 393910 Misc Transfers In 35,000 35,000 Receipts Total 145,000 145,000 C - 51 CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS Project Summary by Name Activity Prior Years 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Total 441870 Parks Capital Acquisition/CIP 200,000 200,000 Expense Total 200,000 200,000 4320 -North Market Square Park Redevelopment Work with the Northside Neighborhood Association and Horace Mann School to redevelop the park. 393420 From 11 GO Bonds 280,000 Receipts Total 280,000 280,000 280,000 441870 parks Capital 280,000 Expense Total 280,000 200,000 280,000 4321 -Waterworks Park Hospice Memorial Develop a parklike Hospice Memorial area in Waterworks Prairie Park for passive enjoyment/contemplation. 362100 Contrib &Donations 393413 From FY14 GO Bonds Receipts Total 25,000 90,000 115,000 25,000 90,000 115,000 441070 Parks capital Acquisition/CIP Expense Total 115,000 115,000 115,000 115,000 4323 -Recreation Center Elevator Replacement Replace the elevator car, hydraulics, and controls on the elevator at the Recreation Center. 393419 From 10 GO Bonds 70,000 Receipts Total 70,000 . 70,000 70,000 445100 Culture & Recreation Capital Acqui 70,000 Expense Total 70,000 70,000 70,000 4324 -Mercer Pool Filter System Replacement Replace the 20 year old filtration system at Mercer Pool. 393418 From 09 GO Bonds 15,000 250,000 Receipts Total 15,000 250,000 265,000 265,000 441870 Parks Capital Acquisition/Cl?15,000 250,000 Expense Total 15,000 250,000 265,000 265,000 4325 -Mercer Pool Solarium Renovation Replace all windows,doors, and ventilation system in the solariuB at Mercer Park. 393410 From 09 GO Bonds 250,000 250,000 393420 From 11 GO Bonds 220,000 220,000 Receipts Total 250,000 220,000 470,000 441870 Parks Capital Acquisition/Cl?250,000 220,000 470,000 Expense Total 250,000 220,000 470,000 C - 52 CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS Project Summary by Name Activity prior Years 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Total 4327 -Mercer Chiller System 393416 From 07 GO Bonds 72,000 Receipts Total 72,000 72,000 72,000 445100 culture & Recreation capital Acqui 72,000 Expense Total 72,000 72,000 72,000 4404 -Radio System Upgrade and Migration Gradual replacement of the Radio communications System that was originally purchased in 1991. 336110 Johnson county 127,220 336130 coralville 47,707 336190 Other Local Governments 35,900 393414 From 05 GO Bonds 100,000 393415 From 06 GO Bonds 100,000 393416 From 07 GO Bonds 29,956 70,044 393417 From 08 GO Bonds 600,000 393418 From 09 GO Bonds 100,000 393419 From 10 GO Bonds 300,000 Receipts Total 440,783 1,070,044 127,220 47,107 35,900 100,000 100,000 100,000 600,000 100,000 300,000 1,510,827 421700 police capital Acquisition/cIP 418,478 954,307 Expense Total 418,478 954,307 1,372,785 1,372,785 4405 -Police Records & CA Dispatch Replace current disparate software systems with a unified software package. 393417 From 08 GO Bonds 11,200 488,913 393418 From 09 GO Bonds 500,000 Receipts Total 11,200 988,913 500,113 500,000 1,000,113 421700 police capital Acquisition/cU'11,200 988,913 Expense Total 11,200 988,913 1,000,113 1,000,113 4406 -Fire Apparatus Vehicles scheduled for replacement within this plan are, FY10 $meal Engine $524,000 Purchased in FY09 FY11 Heavy Rescue Truck $700,000 FY12 Spartan Engine $634,000 FY13 Scotty House $ 60,000 369100 Reimb of Expenses 134,355 134,355 392300 Sale of Equipment 360,000 360,000 393410 From FY12 GO Bonds 634,000 634,000 393411 From FY13 GO Bonds 60,000 60,000 393415 From 06 GO Bonds 1,624,000 1,624,000 393416 From 07 GO Bonds 447,156 447,156 393417 From 08 GO Bonds 301,738 546,364 848,102 393418 From 09 GO Bonds 509,000 509,000 393420 From 11 GO Bonds 700,000 700,000 Receipts total 2,867,249 1,055,364 700,000 634,000 60,000 5,316,613 422800 Fire capital Acquisition/cU'2,760,545 1,363,353 700,000 634,000 60,000 5,517,898 Expense total 2,760,545 1,363,353 700,000 634,000 60,000 5,517,898 C - 53 CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS Project Summary by Name Activity prior Years 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Total 4407 -Fire Station #4 This project will construct a new fire station located at the Dodge Street / Scott Blvd intersection and the purchase of a ladder truck and pumper truck. 334910 I-JOBS 2,268,867 2,268,867 393140 General Fund Funding 1,568,867 1,568,867 393412 From 03 GO Bonds 205450 38,000 243,450 393414 From 05 GO Bonds 200,000 200,000 393419 From 10 GO Bonds 700,000 700,000 393420 From 13. GO Bonds 1,350,000 1,350,000 Receipts Total 405,450 4,575,734 1,350,000 6,331,184 422800 Fire Capital Acquisition/CIP 443,475 4,537,734 1,350,000 6,331,209 Expense Total 443,475 4,537,734 1,350,000 6,331,209 4415 -Fire Station #2 Expansion Remodeling and expansion of Fire Station $2 on Emerald Street, 369100 Reimb of Expenses 775 775 392200 Sale of Buildings 262 262 393140 General Fund CiP Funding 2,041,182 145,000 2,186,182 393415 From 06 GO Bonds 14,204 14,204 393416 From 07 GO Bonds 700,000 700,000 Receipts Total 2,756,423 145,000 2,901,423 422800 Fire Capital Acquisition/CIP 2,756,424 146,862 2,903,286 Expense Total 2,756,424 146,862 2,903,286 4421 -Evidence Storage Facility Construction of a 12,000 sf facility to house evidence for criminal trials, 393412 From 03 GO Bonds 227,000 227,000 393418 From 09 GO Bonds 7,051 7,051 393419 From 10 GO Bonds 273,000 273,000 Receipts Total 7,051 500,000 507,051 421700 police Capital Acquisition/cIP 7,051 500,000 507,051 Expense Total 7,051 500,000 507,051 4422 -Animal Shelter Repl PW 3039 . 331200 FEMA Reimbursements 1,459,646 1,459,646 334810 State Disaster Assistance 162,183 162,183 362100 Contrib & Donations 110,000 1,500,000 1,610,000 369200 Reimb of Damages 267,412 267,412 393420 From 11 GO Bonds 700,000 700,000 Receipts Total 1,999,241 700,000 1,500,000 4,199,241 423400 Animal control Capital Acquisition 1,889,241 700,000 1,500,000 4,089,241 Expense Total 1,889,241 700,000 1,500,000 4,089,241 4423 -PD 09 JAG Firearms Range & Tactical Equipment 331100 Federal Grants 61,000 61,000 381100 Interest on Investments 1,000 1,000 Receipts Total 62,000 62,000 C - 54 CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS Project Summary by Name Activity prior Years 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Total 421700 Police Capital Acquisition/CIP 61,000 61,000 Expense Total 61,000 61,000 4424 -PD ARRA JAG Equipment, Software, Vehicle, OT, Supplies 331100 Federal Grants 300,000 381100 Interest on Investments 1,000 Receipts Total 301,000 . 300,000 1000 301,000 421700 Police capital Acquisition/CIP 301,000 Expense Total 301,000 301,000 301,000 4512 -420th Street Industrial Park This project will construct the infrastructure and site grading industrial park on 420th street. for the 393140 General Fund CIP Funding 3,905,000 Receipts Total 3,905,000 3,905,000 3,905,000 434710 Roads 3,905,000 Expense Total 3,905,000 3,905,000 3,905,000 4513 -Riverfront Crossings Redevelopment Begin public elements fo the Riverfront crossings Redevelopment Plan. 393420 From 11 GO Bonds Receipts Total 200,000 200,000 200,000 200,000 450000 community & Econ Dvlp CIP Expense Total 200,000 200,000 200,000 200,000 4514 -Towncrest Redevelopment Begin public elements of the Towncrest Redevelopment Plan. 393410 From FY12 Go Bonds 393420 From 11 GO Bonds Receipts Total 400,000 400,000 600,000 600,000 600,000 400,000 1,000,000 458000 community & Econ Dvlp CIP Expense Total 400,000 400,000 600,000 600,000 1,000,000 1,000,000 4704 -City Hall -Other Projects Annual appropriation for improvements to city Hall. 363150 copies/computer Queries 345 345 393140 General Fund CIP Funding 111,383 111,383 393410 From FY12 GO Bonds 50,000 50,000 393411 From FY13 GO Bonds 50,000 50,000 393413 From FY14 GO Bonds 50,000 50,000 393416 From 07 Go Bonds 109,057 15,914 125,001 393417 From 08 GO Bonds 50,000 50,000 393418 From 09 GO Bonds 50,000 50,000 393419 From 10 GO Bonds 50,000 50,000 393420 From 11 GO Bonds 50,000 50,000 Receipts Total 220,785 165,944 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 586,729 419200 General Government capital Acquisi 220,784 165,944 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 586,728 C - 55 CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS Project Summary by Name Activity prior Years 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Total Expense Total 220,784 165,944 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 586,728 4712 -ERP Software-Finances and HR/Payroll Implement new payroll and human resources software. 393417 From 08 GO Bonds 24277 475,723 500,000 Receipts Total 24,277 475,723 500,000 419200 General Government Capital Acquisi 24,277 475,723 500,000 Expense Total 24,277 475,723 500,000 4713 -Remodel Lower Level City Hall . Remodel Accounting, Puchasing, and ITS to accommodate staffing. 393417 From 08 Go Bonds 12,773 142,226 154,999 Receipts Total 12,773 142,226 154,999 419200 General Government Capital Acquisi 12,773 142,226 154,999 Expense Total 12,773 142,226 154,999 4714 -Remodel City Hall Lobby and Revenue Remodel City Hall lobby for cashiering function and remodel Revenue. 393418 From 09 GO Bonds 210,000 210,000 Receipts Total 210,000 210,000 419200 General Government capital Acquisi 210,000 210,000 Expense Total 210,000 210,000 4715 -City Attorney Remodel Remodel of City Attorney's reception area and conference room to create a separate office space for Council Members and an accessible reception area for City Attorney's Office,Remodel library space to create conference room and one office.Reconfigure hallway acces. 393140 General Fund CIP Funding 225,450 225,450 Receipts Total 225,450 225,450 419200 General Government Capital Acquisi 113,997 72,257 106,254 Expense Total 113,997 72,257 186,254 4716 -Geographic Informations System Software Procure and install a geographical information system that would provide an interactive referenced database for City facililties from infrastructure records to pereitting, with crime and accident data also included. 393411 From FY13 GO aonds 927,000 927,000 Receipts Total 927,000 927,000 419200 General Government Capital Acquisi 927,000 927,000 Expense Total 927,000 927,000 4717 -Space Needs Study This study will identify long term space needs of each of the City's department to facilitate short term decisions and long term planning, C - 56 CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS Project Summary by Name Activity prior Years 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Total 393419 From 10 GO Bonds 80,000 80,000 Receipts Total 80,000 80,000 419200 General Government Capital Acquisi 80,000 80,000 Expense Total 80,000 80,000 4803 -Bus Acquisition Replace 6 buses in FY07. 334900 Other State Grants 1,543,800 2,998,916 4,542,716 369100 Reimb of Expenses 830 830 393140 General Fund CIP Funding 447,381 149,500 596,881 Receipts Total 1,992,011 3,148,416 5,140,427 417600 Transit Capital Acquisitions/CIP 1,992,011 2,323,617 4,315,628 Expense Total 1,992,011 2,323,617 4,315,628 4815 -Paratransit Vehicles 331100 Federal Grants 188,430 188,430 334900 Other State Grants 292,626 4,268 296,894 336190 Other Local Governments 89,825 15,000 104,825 393140 General Fund CIP Funding -10,270 -10,270 Receipts Total 560,611 19,268 579,879 417600 Transit Capital Acquisitions/CIP 607,792 6,000 613,792 Expense Total 607,792 6,000 613,792 4822 Wheelchair Lifts Rehab 331100 Federal Grants 14,800 14,800 393140 General Fund CIP Funding 101,697 43,000 144,697 Receipts Total 116,497 43,000 159,497 417600 Transit Capital Acquisitions/CIP 116,497 129,158 245,655 Expense Total 116,497 129,158 245,655 4823 -Transit Automatic Vehicle Locator (AVL) 393140 General Fund CIP Funding 280,000 280,000 Receipts Total 280,000 280,000 417600 Transit Capital Acquisitions/CIP 280,000 280,000 Expense Total 280,000 280,000 4850 -Rock Island Railroad Depot Acquisition Acquisition of the Rock Island Railroad Depot for use as an Amtrak Station. 331100 Federal Grants 800,000 800,000 Receipts Total 800,000 800,000 417600 Transit Capital Aequisitions/CIP 800,000 800,000 Expense Total 800,000 800,000 Report Receipts Total 43,075,098 118,564,45 48,604,418 27,757,500 23,103,000 20,275,900 281,380,37 Report Expense Total 42,810,059 118,853,16 48,674,297 27,757,500 23,103,000 20,275,900 281,473,92 C - 57 CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS Projects by Funding Source -Receipts Detail Project 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Utility Franchise Tax 3824 Pavement Rehabilitation 3826 Underground Electrical Facilit Total: 100,000 175,000 275,000 100,000 175,000 275,000 100,000 175,000 275,000 100,000 175,000 275,000 Federal Grants 3015 LED Fixture Retrofit 3135 South Wastewater Plant Expansi 3421 Runway 7 Paving/Lighting FAA # 3425 FAA Runway 7 Grading/Obstr Mit 3426 Runway 7-25 Rehab PCC Full Dep 3427 Runway 7 Parallel Taxiway Grad 3428 Runway 7-25 Parallel Taxiway p 3429 Runway 12/30 Rehabilitation Ph 3430 Apron Reconstruction & Connect 3439 Runway 7-25 Rehab Bid Alternat 3441 Rehab Runway 7/25 & 12/30 Inte 3442 Runway 12-30 Obstruction Mitig 3443 Airport Equipment Shelter 3444 Rehab Runway 7/25&12/30 FAA #1 3446 10 Unit T—Hangar 3448 Airport Perimeter Rd 3449 South Airport Development-Floo 3625 Corps Section 206 Project 3803 Lower Muscatine-Kirkwood to Fi 3809 Dubuque St Elevation 3810 Old Highway 218 Overlay Projec 3871 1st Ave/IAIS RR Crossing Impro 3883 McCollister Blvd-Highway 921 t 3899 South Riverside Drive between 3919 Rochester Avenue Bridge 3922 Highway 6 Bridge US 6-MP 248-2 3925 Dodge St/I-80 Pedestrian Bridg 3930 Dubuque St./I-80 Pedestrian Br 3965 404 Hazard Mitigation Grant Pr 3966 Riverbank Stabilization—Dubuqu 4203 Pedestrian Bridge Rocky Shore 4219 Scott Park Development & Trail 4423 PD 09 JAG Firearms Range & Tac 4424 PD ARRA JAG Equipment, Softwar 4850 Rock Island Railroad Depot Ac 400,000 11,000,000 70,328 196,093 319,603 2,411,779 17,239 3,756,723 1,835,771 3,000,000 650,000 100,000 27,914 61,362 1,800,000 629,325 246,250 61,000 300,000 11,000,000 2,137,500 451,250 142,500 860,000 556,000 800,000 2,204,000 190,000 860,000 1,211,500 1,576,525 475,000 1,211,500 1,040,000 416,159 1,038,950 877,500 435,000 Total:26,883,387 15,947,250 4,465,500 4,719,184 2,351,450 FEMA Reimbursements 3134 Inverted Siphon Sewer Pipes 3278 IRP Dam Flood Repairs 3279 Water Mains Crossings Flood Re 3281 Collector Well #3-Hazard Mitig 3282 Collector Well #4-Hazard Mitig 3283 Plant Site Well House Source P 3284 Silurian Well #4-Hazard Mitiga 3623 Storm Sewer Flood Repairs 4175 Riverside Festival Theater Flo 4220 Iowa River Trail-Riverbank Flo 4422 Animal Shelter Repl PW 3039 956,895 324,125 702,000 283,131 264,510 48,584 94,500 91,924 1,459,646 85,939 91,890 442,495 59,017 Total:4,225,315 679,341 Road Use Tax 3824 Pavement Rehabilitation 277,000 C - 58 Proj ect Inverted Siphon Sewer Pipes IRP Dam Flood Repairs Water Mains Crossings Flood Re Collector Well #3-Hazard Mitig Collector Well #4-Hazard Mitig Plant Site Well House Source P Silurian Well #4-Hazard Mitiga Storm Sewer Flood Repairs West Side Levee Project Rocky Shore Lift Station /Flo 404 Hazard Mitigation Grant Pr Normandy/Manor Intersection El Riverside Festival Theater Flo Iowa River Trail-Riverbank Flo Animal Shelter Repi PW 3039 5,398 6,596,300 69, 925 10,500 10,214 162, 183 9,551 10,210 59,000 6,557 Total:7,135,705 85,318 5,565,000 Other State Grants Total:21,536,275 1,743,500 1,000,000 1,100,000 100,000 1-JOBS 3135 South Wastewater Plant Expansi 4407 Fire Station #4 3,500,000 2,268,867 Total:5,768,867 Iowa City Comm Schools 4165 Mercer Aquatic HVAC Replacemen 14,375 Total:14,375 Coralville 4217 Butler Bridge Pedestrian Trail 27,500 Total:27,500 Other Local Governments 3624 Riverside Dr & Arts Campus Sto 3920 Burlington St Pedestrian Bridg 230,623 500,000 CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS Projects by Funding Source -Receipts Detail Total: State Disaster Assistance 2010 2011 2012 2013 277,000 3134 3278 3279 3281 3282 3283 3284 3623 3961 3964 3965 3967 4175 4220 4422 2014 106,322 36, 014 78,000 31,459 29,390 4,465,000 1,100,000 3135 South Wastewater Plant Expansi 5,000,000 3437 Corporate Hangar L 9109010W300 3445 3447 3809 3834 3883 FY10 Rehab Pavement & Hangar A Airport Entrance Road & Parkin Dubuque St Elevation Burlington/Madison Intersectio McCollister Blvd-Highway 921 t 182,155 8,500,000 2,376,213 3888 3911 420th Street Improvements-Hwy Iowa River Power Dam Pedestria 1,243,801 24,000 3920 3921 Burlington St Pedestrian Bridg Interstate 80 Aesthetic Improv 461,246 4152 4201 Terry Trueblood Recreation Are Court Hill Trail 305,676 4217 Butler Bridge Pedestrian Trail 440,000 4221 4803 4815 Terry Trueblood Rec, Area Trai Bus Acquisition Paratransit Vehicles 2,998,916 4,268 500,000 212,500 750,000 281,000 100,000 100,000 1,000,000 1,000,000 C - 59 CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS Projects by Funding Source -Receipts Detail Proj ect 4815 Paratransit Vehicles Total:245,623 500,000 Dev Fee -Sdwlk/Paving 15,000 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 3811 Sycamore St-Highway 6 to City Total: 100,000 100,000 Contrib & Donations 4137 Frauenholtz-Miiler Park Develo 4152 Terry Trueblood Recreation Are 4176 Exterior Walkway by Sheraton H 4319 Wetherby Splash Pad 4321 Waterworks Park Hospice Memori 4422 Animal Shelter Repl PW 3039 750,000 150,000 10,000 110,000 57,000 1,500,000 25,000 Total:1,020,000 1,557,000 25,000 Reimb of Expenses 3436 UI Hangar Expansion 33,610 Total:33,610 Reimb of Damages 4175 Riverside Festival Theater Flo 4422 Animal Shelter Repi PW 3039 1,134,356 267,412 Total:1,401,768 Interest on Investments 4423 PD 09 JAG Firearms Range & Tac 4424 PD ARRA JAG Equipment, Softwar 1,000 1,000 Total:2,000 General Fund CIP Funding 4407 Fire Station 4*4 4415 Fire Station #2 Expansion 4512 420th Street Industrial Park 4803 Bus Acquisition 4822 Wheelchair Lifts Rehab 4823 Transit Automatic Vehicle Loca 1,568,867 145,000 3,905,000 149,500 43,000 280,000 Total:6,091,367 Road Use Tax 3752 3807 2010 Iowa City 3R Project Stim Street Pavement Marking 25,000 185,000 3810 Old Highway 218 Overlay Projec 180,000 3816 3821 3823 3824 Traffic Calming Overwidth Paving/Sidewalks Brick Street Repairs Pavement Rehabilitation 30,000 30,000 20,000 123,000 3834 3843 Burlington/Madison Intersectio RR Crossings- City Wide 13,000 25,000 3899 3910 3920 South Riverside Drive between Bridge Maintenance/Repair Burlington St Pedestrian Bridg 22,086 60,000 225,623 3922 Highway 6 Bridge US 6-MP 248-2 7,000 3955 Salt Storage Building 158,953 185,000 185,000 185,000 185,000 30,000 30,000 20,000 400,000 30,000 30,000 20,000 400,000 30,000 30,000 20,000 400,000 30,000 30,000 20,000 400,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 C - 60 CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS Projects by Funding Source -Receipts Detail Project 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 4206 Intra—City Bike Trails 50,000 Total:1,154,662 750,000 750,000 750,000 750,000 Local Option Taxes 3135 South Wastewater Plant Expansi 3809 Dubuque St Elevation Total: 3,690,000 4,000,000 7,690,000 5,660,000 2,160,000 7,820,000 4,260,000 3,560,000 7,820,000 7,820,000 7,820,000 Transfers from TIF Districts 3803 Lower Muscatine-Kirkwood to Fi 4176 Exterior Walkway by Sheraton H 167,161 250,000 Total:417,161 From Water Operations 3204 Annual Water Main Projects 3270 Roosevelt St Water Main-Sherid 3271 1700-1800 Morningside Dr Water 3272 Koser Ave -Melrose to George/ 3274 Water Plant Automatic Source T 3275 Knollwood (Laura Dr) 3276 Keokuk St (Kirkwood to Plum) 3277 Muscatine (2300-2600 Blocks) 3280 G Street\7th Avenue Water Main 3283 Plant Site Well House Source P 3295 Utility Billing Soft 3834 Burlington/Madison Intersectio 3840 Burlington/clinton Intersectio 3856 Lower West Branch Road Reconst 3925 Dodge St/I-80 Pedestrian Bridg 600,000 43,000 96,000 136,000 18,000 265,000 307,000 570,000 120,000 224,000 100,000 400,000 800,000 600,000 88,498 600,000 600,000 100,000 600,000 Total:3,679,000 688,498 600,000 700,000 600,000 From Wastewater Operations 3101 Annual Sewer Main Projects 3135 South Wastewater Plant Expansi 3136 Snyder creek Trunk Sewer 3295 Utility Billing Soft 3888 420th Street Improvements-Hwy 3925 Dodge St/I-80 Pedestrian Bridg 500,000 210,000 2,500,000 224,000 160,000 400,000 500,000 840,000 500,000 840,000 500,000 500,000 Total:3,994,000 1,340,000 1,340,000 500,000 500,000 From Parking Operations 3009 Parking Access controls for Ca 3011 Elevator Upgrades 3012 Near Southside Multi-use Parki 3013 Parking Ramp Door & Windo Repl 3015 LED Fixture Retrofit 3016 Parking Office Remodel 699,610 600,000 200,000 90,000 175,000 55,000 1,400,000 Total:1,819,610 1,400,000 From Airport Operations 3436 UI Hangar Expansion 277,193 3445 FY10 Rehab Pavement & Hangar A 32,145 Total:309,338 C - 61 Apron Reconstruction & Connect 10 Unit T-Hangar Park Road 3rd Lane Improvement Dubuque St Elevation Traffic Signal Projects Curb Ramps-ADA Sidewalk Inf ill Burlington/Clinton Intersectio 1st Ave/IAIS RR Crossing Impro Dubuque St./I-80 Pedestrian Br Parks Annual Improvements/Main Terry Trueblood Recreation Are Pedestrian Bridge Rocky Shore Intra-City Bike Trails Scott Park Development & Trail Fire Apparatus City Flail -Other Projects Geographic Informations System 82, 975 50,000 200,000 80,000 120,000 50,000 100,000 1,040,000 845,000 760,000 200,000 2,000,000 260,000 50,000 363,841 60,000 50,000 927,000 Proj ect CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS Projects by Funding Source -Receipts Detail From Refuse Operations 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 3295 Utility Billing Soft Total: 56,000 56,000 From Landfill Operations 3301 3315 3316 Landfill Gas System Expansion Landfill Cell FY09 Eastside Recycling Center 350,000 3,500,000 2,000,000 3,500,000 2,625,000 Total:5,850,000 6,125,000 From Stormwater 3295 3621 3624 3625 4219 Utility Billing Soft Sandusky Stormsewer Riverside Dr & Arts Campus Sto Corps Section 206 Project Scott Park Development & Trail 56,000 630,000 500,000 250,000 472,500 Total:686,000 500,000 250,000 472,500 From FY12 GO Bonds 3428 3448 3803 3814 3828 3871 3930 3968 4130 4145 4152 4153 4206 4222 4406 4514 4704 Runway 7-25 Parallel Taxiway P Airport Perimeter Rd Lower Muscatine-Kirkwood to Fi Traffic Signal Projects Sidewalk Infill 1st Ave/IAIS RR Crossing Impro Dubuque St./I-80 Pedestrian Br Foster Road Elevation Parks Annual Improvements/Main Cemetery Resurfacing Terry Trueblood Recreation Are Soccer Park Improvements Intra-City Bike Trails Highway 1 Sidewalk/Trail -Riv Fire Apparatus Towncrest Redevelopment City Hall -Other Projects 116,000 10,000 540,000 120,000 100,000 2,100,000 380,000 3,000,000 200,000 50,000 500,000 250,000 50,000 1,000,000 634,000 600,000 50,000 Total:9,700,000 From FY13 GO Bonds 3430 3446 3808 3809 3814 3822 3828 3840 3871 3930 4130 4152 4203 4206 4219 4406 4704 4716 C - 62 3871 4130 4152 4313 4317 192,000 193,207 448, 024 10,000 43,000 Proj ect Total: CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS Projects by Funding Source -Receipts Detail 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 7,238,816 From 03 GO Bonds 3751 3803 3811 3815 3888 3966 4142 4407 4421 Northside Marketplace Streetsc Lower Muscatine-Kirkwood to Fi Sycamore St-Highway 6 to City Gilbert Street Streetscape 420th Street Improvements-Hwy Riverbank Stabilization-Dubuqu Rec Center Window Replacement Fire Station #4 Evidence Storage Facility 16,000 87,000 117,355 7,000 132,000 128,750 2,024 38,000 227,000 Total:755,129 From FY14 GO Bonds 3449 3808 3809 3814 3828 3854 3930 4130 4137 4145 4160 4177 4206 4321 4704 South Airport Development-Floo Park Road 3rd Lane Improvement Dubuque St Elevation Traffic Signal Projects Sidewalk Infill American Legion Road Scott Blv Dubuque St./I-80 Pedestrian Br Parks Annual Improvements/Main Frauenholtz-Miller Park Develo Cemetery Resurfacing Peninsula Park Lower City Park Secondary Acce Intra-City Bike Trails Waterworks Park Hospice Memori City Hall -Other Projects 1,038,950 940,000 2,880,000 120,000 100,000 3,000,000 325,000 200,000 223,000 50,000 300,000 270,000 50,000 90,000 50,000 Total:9,636,950 From 05 GO Bonds 4136 4166 Hickory Hill Park Restroom and Sand Prairie Development 12,000 35,000 Total:47,000 From 06 GO Bonds 4317 Senior Center Roof and Tuckpoi 110,000 Total:110,000 From 07 GO Bonds 3856 4149 4153 4327 4404 4704 Lower West Branch Road Reconst Park Shelters Soccer Park Improvements Mercer Chiller System Radio System Upgrade and Migra City Hall -Other Projects 280,980 70,000 39,085 72,000 70,044 15,944 Total:548,053 From 08 GO Bonds 1st Ave/IAIS RR Crossing Impro Parks Annual Improvements/Main Terry Trueblood Recreation Are Public Art Senior Center Roof and Tuckpoi C - 63 From 09 GO Bonds CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS Projects by Funding Source -Receipts Detail Runway 7-25 Rehab PCC Full Dep Runway 7-25 Rehab Bid Alternat Rehab Runway 7/25 & 12/30 Inte Sycamore St-Highway 6 to City Sidewalk Inf ill 1st Ave/IAIS RR Crossing Impro Hwy 6/Lakeside-420th St 420th Street Improvements-Hwy Public Works Facility Site Wor Parks Annual Improvements/Main Soccer Field Renovation Napoleon Softball Field Renova Rec Center Roof Wetherby Splash Pad Mercer Pool Filter System Repl Mercer Pool Solarium Renovatlo Radio System Upgrade and Migra Police Records & CA Dispatch Fire Apparatus City Hall -Other Projects Remodel City Hall Lobby and Re Total: 55,471 907 126,688 5,000 99, 817 500,000 1,150,000 1,356,199 280,000 200,000 100,000 180,000 39,000 100,000 250,000 250,000 100,000 500,000 509,000 50, 000 210,000 6, 062, 082 From 10 GO Bonds Rehab Runway 7/25 & 12/30 Inte Lower Muscatine—Kirkwood to Fi Sycamore St-Highway 6 to City Traffic Signal Projects Gilbert Street Streetscape Bowery Street Brick Repair-Cla Sidewalk Inf ill Burlington/Madison Intersectio Iowa River Power Dam Pedestria Dodge St/I-SO Pedestrian Bridg Public Works Fuel Facility Parks Annual Improvements/Main Cemetery Resurfacing Soccer Park Shelters Terry Trueblood Recreation Are Soccer Field Renovation City Park -Old Shop Repairs Cemetery Storage Building Inf ant Columbarium & Sculpture Butler Bridge Pedestrian Trail Recreation Center Elevator Rep Radio System Upgrade and Migra Fire Station *4 Evidence Storage Facility City Hall -Other Projects Space Needs Study 151,090 65, 678 1,930,000 120,000 310,000 300,000 100,000 290,000 27,500 550,000 700,000 162,000 50,000 38, 117 606,388 111,883 128, 000 40,000 85,000 82,500 70,000 300,000 700,000 273, 000 50,000 80,000 Total:7,321,156 Project 2010 2011 2012 4318 Senior Center Boiler & Chiller 55,452 4404 4405 4406 4704 4712 Radio System Upgrade and Migra Police Records & CA Dispatch Fire Apparatus City Hall -Other Projects ERP Software-Finances and HR/P 600,000 488,913 546,364 50,000 475,723 4713 Remodel Lower Level City Hall 142,226 Total:3,244,909 2013 2014 3426 3439 3441 3811 3828 3871 3872 3888 3956 4130 4162 4163 4315 4319 4324 4325 4404 4405 4406 4704 4714 3441 3803 3811 3814 3815 3825 3828 3834 3911 3925 3958 4130 4145 4146 4152 4162 4167 4168 4169 4217 4323 4404 4407 4421 4704 4717 C - 64 11 GO Bonds Runway 7 Parallel Taxiway Grad Corporate Hangar L 9109010W300 Runway 12-30 Obstruction Mitig Airport Equipment Shelter Airport Entrance Road & Parkin Northside Marketplace Streetsc Lower Muscatine-Kirkwood to Fi Sycamore St-Highway 6 to City Traffic Signal Projects Curb Ramps-ADA Scott Blvd Overlay-Rochester t Sidewalk Inf ill 1st Ave/IAIS RR Crossing Impro Iowa River Power Dam Pedestria Rochester Avenue Bridge Vehicle Wash System Parks Annual Improvements/Main Hickory Hill Park Restroom and Terry Trueblood Recreation Are Court Hill Park Restroom Kiwanis Park Restroom College Green Park Light Repla Park Sidewalk Replacements Intra-City Bike Trails Terry Trueblood Rec. Area Trai Recreation Center Improvements North Market Square Park Redev Mercer Pool Solarium Renovatio Fire Apparatus Fire Station #4 Animal Shelter Repl PW 3039 Riverfront Crossings Redevelop Towncrest Redevelopment City Hall -Other Projects 112,500 500,000 23, 750 7,500 12, 500 500,000 1,091,261 1,095,000 120,000 50,000 400,000 100,000 800,000 100,000 164, 000 440,000 200,000 150,000 250,000 95,000 95,000 90,000 85,000 50,000 94,000 225,000 280,000 220,000 700,000 1,350,000 700,000 200,000 400,000 50,000 Total:10,750,511 Misc Transfers In 4142 Rec Center Window Replacement 22,564 4319 Wetherby Splash Pad 35,000 Total:57,564 Receipts Total:118,564,45 48,604,418 27,757,500 23,103,000 20,275,900 CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS Projects by Funding Source -Receipts Detail Project 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 From 3427 3437 3442 3443 3447 3751 3803 3811 3814 3822 3827 3828 3871 3911 3919 3957 4130 4136 4152 4170 4171 4172 4174 4206 4221 4316 4320 4325 4406 4407 4422 4513 4514 4704 C - 65 City of Iowa City Capital Improvements Program Unfunded Projects Project Name Description Unfunded Amt 1 - Bridges 1 BURLINGTON ST BRIDGE- SOUTH The south bridge is having a problem with delaminating concrete on the bottom side of the arches. $874,000 2 F STREET BRIDGE This project involves the removal and replacement of the existing corrugated metal arch bridge with a larger bridge. $273,000 3 FOURTH AVENUE BRIDGE This project will replace the bridge over the South Branch of Ralston Creek at Fourth Avenue and will include sidewalks. Possibility of approximately $75,000 state funding. $280,000 4 PRENTISS ST. BRIDGE This project involves the removal and replacement of the existing triple corrugated metal pipe culvert with a bridge. $410,000 5 SECOND AVENUE BRIDGE This project will replace the bridge over Ralston Creek at Second Avenue and will include sidewalks. $273,000 6 SIXTH AVENUE BRIDGE This project involves the removal and replacement of the existing twin box culvert with a larger bridge. $273,000 7 THIRD AVENUE BRIDGE This project will replace the bridge over the South Branch of Ralston Creek at Third Avenue. $273,000 2 - Streets 8 AMERICAN LEGION/SCOTT BLVD INTERSECT Install traffic signal and construct turn lanes at American Legion and Scott Boulevard intersection. $600,000 9 BENTON STREET - ORCHARD TO OAKNOLL This is a capacity related improvement identified by the Arterial Street Plan. $3,824,000 10 BURLINGTON STREET MEDIAN Construct the Burlington Street median from Gilbert Street to Madison Street. Project includes relocation of water and sewer utilities. $1,860,000 11 DODGE ST - GOVERNOR TO BOWERY Street reconstruction and storm sewer improvements. $5,813,000 12 DUBUQUE RD PAVING - BRISTOL TO DODGE Reconstruct and upgrade to urban cross sections. $656,000 13 EMERALD STREET DIAMOND GRINDING This project will diamond grind all of Emerald Street to remove the slab warping that interferes with the use of this street by fire trucks. $200,000 14 FOSTER RD- DUBUQUE TO PRAIRIE DU CHIEN This project will pave this portion of Foster Road. $984,000 15 GILBERT / US 6 INTERSECTION LEFT TURN LANES Reconstruct the intersection of Gilbert & US 6 to include dual left turn lanes on Gilbert St. $4,562,000 C - 66 City of Iowa City Capital Improvements Program Unfunded Projects 16 GILBERT ST IAIS UNDERPASS This project relocates the sidewalks of the Gilbert St. underpass at the IAIS Railroad. The sidewalks are moved further from the street and existing erosion problems are addressed. $308,000 17 OLD HWY 218 STREETSCAPE Streetscape improvements on Old Hwy 218 entrance - Sturgis Ferry Park to US Hwy 6. This project includes landscaping, lighting and sidewalk improvements. The project should be coordinated with Sturgis Ferry Park upgrade and /or Riverside Drive Redevelopment project. $765,000 18 HIGHWAY 965 EXTENSION This project will be initial phase of constructing Hwy 965 extended from the south side of Hwy 218 to Melrose Avenue to arterial standards. $5,464,000 19 KEOKUK ST RECONSTRUCTION This project would reconstruct Keokuk St. and remove the sharp turn south of Highland Avenue. $1,683,000 20 LAURA DRIVE RECONSTRUCTION This project would reconstruct Laura Drive between Foster Rd. and Forest View Trailer Court. $546,000 21 MCCOLLISTER - GILBERT ST TO SCOTT BLVD Extend proposed McCollister Boulevard from Gilbert Street to Scott Boulevard. $7,103,000 22 MORMOM TREK - LEFT TURN LANES Construct left turn lanes at major intersections or a continuous center lane through the corridor between Melrose and Abbey Lane. Federal STP funds are proposed for this project. $3,750,000 23 MELROSE-WEST-218/CITY LIMITS Reconstruct and improve street to urban design standards. $3,278,000 24 MYRTLE/ RIVERSIDE INTERSECTION Signalization of intersection based on warrants. The project will also include paving improvements. $849,000 25 N DUBUQUE ST MEDIAN IMPROV. This project will improve the pavement cross section, provides trees and shrubbery in the median and improved low level lighting. $536,000 26 N GILBERT ST PAVING This project will reconstruct Gilbert St from Kimball Rd to a point approximately 600 feet south. $450,000 27 NORTHSIDE MARKETPLACE STREETSCAPE Reconstruct the streetscape elements of the Northside Marketplace between Jefferson and Bloomington Streets. $500,000 28 OAKDALE BLVD This project would construct an extension north across I-80 to a new intersection with Iowa Hwy 1. $5,464,000 29 OAKDALE BLVD-HWY 1 TO PRAIRIE DU CHIEN RD This project would construct Oakdale Blvd from Hwy 1, west through the Moss-Green Urban Village. This project will include watermain and sanitary sewer and will be paid for by the developer and then reimbursed through Tax Increment Financing generated by the development. $3,600,000 C - 67 City of Iowa City Capital Improvements Program Unfunded Projects 30 RIVERSIDE DRIVE STREETSCAPE Streetscape improvements on Riverside Drive between Myrtle Avenue and US Hwy 6. Project includes consolidation of driveways, undergrounding of utilities, installing sidewalks and landscaping. $2,186,000 31 ROHRET RD IMPROVEMENTS-PHOENIX DRIVE TO LIMITS Project will reconstruct Rohret Rd to urban standards. $2,150,000 32 S GILBERT ST IMPROVEMENTS Reconstruction from Benton Street to Stevens Drive. This project does not include improvements to the Gilbert St. / Highway 6 intersection. $3,278,000 33 SIDEWALK-BENTON STREET Install and widen sidewalks on Benton Street between Riverside Drive and Sunset Street. Existing sidewalks would be widened from 4 feet to 8 feet wide. $874,000 34 SOUTH ARTERIAL AND BRIDGE, US218 TO GILBERT STREET Construction of a south arterial street and bridge over the Iowa River, connecting from Old Hwy 218/US 218 interchange on the west side of the Iowa River to Gilbert Street/Sycamore 'L' intersection . $15,069,000 35 SYCAMORE-CITY LIMITS TO 'L' Reconstruct Sycamore to arterial standards from City limits to the Sycamore L. Storm sewer, sidewalk improvements and bike lanes are included. $2,141,000 36 SYCAMORE-HWY 6 TO DEFOREST This project involves additional lanes to improve capacity. $1,475,000 37 TAFT AVENUE Lower West Branch to American Legion Road. $3,824,000 3 - Parking & Transit 38 U SMASH 'EM DEMOLITION Demolition of the U-Smash'm bulding; securing adjacent foundations; and restoration of the area to grass. This does not include demolition of the Wilson's building. (A water pipe will need to be relocated before demolition can occur.) $208,000 4 - Ped & Bike Trails 39 CITY PARK TRAIL IMPROVEMENTS This project calls for the replacement of the old section of trail in the southeast portion of the park and relocating it closer to the river. Another part of the project is to expand the trail system by constructing a new section of trail near the bottom of the wooded hill south of the Boys' Baseball fields. $301,000 40 CITY PARK TRAIL LIGHTING Install pedestrian lighting on the trail system in City Park. $240,000 C - 68 City of Iowa City Capital Improvements Program Unfunded Projects 41 HWY 1 SIDEWALK / TRAIL Construct a 10 foot wide sidewalk along IA Hwy 1 between Sunset Street and Mormon Trek Boulevard. $639,000 42 HWY 6 TRAIL - BROADWAY/SYCAMORE Extend existing trail along Hwy 6 between Broadway to Sycamore Street. $2,440,000 43 HWY 6 TRAIL - SYCAMORE TO LAKESIDE Extend existing trail along Hwy 6 between Sycamore Street and Lakeside Drive. $1,749,000 44 IA RIVER TRAIL - BENTON ST/HWY 6 Relocate a portion of Iowa River Corridor Trail between Benton Street and Clinton Street , approximately 1,500 feet. Project would relocate this portion of the trail from a high truck traffic location in front of City Carton , to along the river in back of City Carton. $121,000 45 IA RIVER TRAIL- BENTON/STURGIS Continue the River Trail project from Benton St., along the west bank, through Sturgis Ferry Park, and construct a pedestrian/bicycle bridge over the Iowa River to connect with the existing trail on the east bank, near Napoleon Park. $2,186,000 46 IRC-ELKS PROPERTY Construction of a trail along the Iowa River Corridor (IRC) on the south side of the Elks property. $874,000 47 LINN ST PED IMPROVEMENTS Installation of pedestrian and streetscape improvements in walkway next to Van Allen Hall between Iowa Avenue and Jefferson Street. $370,000 48 LONGFELLOW/TWAIN PED TRAIL Extension of Longfellow/Twain pedestrian trail to Pine Street. $131,000 49 N DISTRICT NATURE TRAIL Construct a trail along Williams pipeline easement from Bristol Drive to Dubuque Street. $328,000 50 PEDESTRIAN OVERPASS - BENTON ST Construction of an ADA accessible pedestrian overpass over Benton Street at Roosevelt School. $1,093,000 51 RIVERSIDE DRIVE PED TUNNEL Construction of a pedestrian tunnel through the railroad embankment to provide a pedestrian route on the west side of Riverside Drive south of Myrtle Avenue. $874,000 52 SAND LAKE TRAIL (Behind Hills Bank) Develop a walking/biking trail around Sand Lake (behind Hills Bank) to tie in with existing Iowa River Trail and the Highway 6 Trail. $437,000 53 SHIMEK SCHOOL / FOSTR RD EXT TRAIL Construct a trail north of Shimek School to future Foster Road. $76,000 54 SIDEWALK-OLD 218 Construct a 10 foot wide sidewalk along S. Riverside Drive (Old 218) between US Hwy 6 and the future extension of Mormon Trek Boulevard. $656,000 C - 69 City of Iowa City Capital Improvements Program Unfunded Projects 55 WILLOW CREEK TRAIL - PHASE III Construct a trail from Willow Creek Drive, under Highway One, around perimeter of airport, to connect with Iowa River Corridor (IRC) Trail. $820,000 56 WILLOW CREEK TRAIL- WEST Connect Willow Creek Trail from its current west terminus via a tunnel under Highway 218, to connect with the trail in Hunters Run Park and further west. $2,652,000 5 - Wastewater 57 NORTH BRANCH DAM TRUNK SEWER This project extends easterly along Ralston Creek from the North Branch Dam to Scott Boulevard. $3,639,000 58 NORTHEAST TRUNK SEWER Reconstruction of an under-sized sewer through the northeast neighborhoods. $4,921,000 59 NORTH WASTEWATER PLANT DECOMMISSIONING Demolish and remove all the NWWTP facility and prepare site for parkland or redevelopment. $17,000,000 60 ROHRET SOUTH SEWER This project would extend the 30" sanitary sewer along Abbey Lane from Burry Drive to the west side of Highway 218. This project will allow development within the watershed of Highway 218. $1,093,000 61 SCOTT BLVD TRUNK SEWER - IAIS/WINDSOR RIDGE This project will extend the Scott Boulevard Trunk Sewer from the north side of the Iowa Interstate Railroad at the Scott Six Industrial Park to the lift station currently serving the Windsor Ridge Subdivision. $1,311,000 6 - Water 62 TAFT/COURT GROUND STORAGE RESERVOIR Construction of a one million gallon buried potable water storage reservoir including pumping facilities. Land Acquisition was in FY02, FY03. $1,366,000 7 - Stormwater 63 CARSON LAKE REGIONAL STORMWATR Construction of a regional storm water management facility on the middle branch of Willow Creek immediately west of Highway 218. This facility will serve development west of Highway 218 and south of Rohret Road. Rohret South Sewer project is a prerequisite. $1,093,000 64 IOWA AVENUE CULVERT REPAIRS This project will repair a box culvert that carries Ralston Creek under Iowa Avenue. $328,000 65 N BRANCH BASIN EXCAVATION Aerial mapping done for the update to the flood plain maps revealed that sedimentation has consumed a portion of the capacity of the facility. This basin is located in Hickory Hill Park. $127,000 66 OLYMPIC COURT STORMWATER Stormsewer retrofit to relieve localized flooding from stormwater runoff. $437,000 C - 70 City of Iowa City Capital Improvements Program Unfunded Projects 67 SUNSET ST STORM SEWER The area just north and south of Kineton Green, east of Sunset, has experienced back yard flooding and drainage problems. $415,000 8 - Parks & Recreation 68 DESTINATION/ADVENTURE PLAYGROUND Replace playground equipment in upper City Park with a "destination/adventure playground" as recommended in the Parks & Rec Master Plan. $773,000 69 MESQUAKIE PARK This project will cover the entire old landfill with soil for safety purposes in order to open up the green space for passive/semi-passive public use. $1,639,000 70 OUTDOOR ICE RINK / SKATE PARK Construct outdoor ice rink suitable for figure skating or hockey. During warm weather rink could be used as skate park. $1,500,000 71 PARK SHELTER IMPROVEMENTS Replace Creekside and Happy Hollow Shelter/Restroom buildings. $175,000 72 PENINSULA PARK ENTRY SIDEWALK Construct a sidewalk adjacent to the entry road in to Peninsula Park to reduce safety concerns with pedestrians utilizing the same narrow road utilized by motor vehicles. $103,000 73 REC CENTER EXPANSION Expand the Robert A. Lee Community Recreation Center; likely expansion would be to the east over the existing parking lot which would allow for an expanded gymnasium as well as additional space for racquetball, arts and crafts, community meetings and other activities. $5,464,000 74 RECREATION / AQUATIC CENTER As recommended in the Parks and Recreation Master Plan, construct a major new Recreation & Aquatic Center, probably in the western part of Iowa City. $1,854,000 75 REDEVELOP CREEKSIDE PARK Renovate Creekside Park as recommended in the Parks & Receation Master Plan. $309,000 76 SAND PRAIRIE ENHANCEMENT & PRESERVATION Take steps to clear, re-seed and perform low impact development on the 38 acre sand prairie and adjacent McCollister property acquired in 2004/05. The primary objective is to re-introduce sand prairie grasses in this area and construct a nature trail and small parking area. $273,000 77 SCANLON ELEVATED RUNNING/WALKING TRACK Construct an elevated running/walking track in the Scanlon Gym facility. $880,000 78 SOCCER PARK POND Construct a pond at Kickers Soccer Park to accommodate a field irrigation system. $338,000 79 WEST SIDE PARK Acquire and develop land for a major new park in the west part of the city, as recommended in the Parks & Recreation Master Plan. $1,700,000 9- Levees C - 71 City of Iowa City Capital Improvements Program Unfunded Projects 80 EAST SIDE LEVEE This project will construct a levee along the east side of the Iowa River that will protect both the South Gilbert Street Commercial area, and south Gilbert Street from flooding. $3,300,000 81 IDYLLWILD LEVEE This project will provide an alternate access to the Peninsula neighborhood by elevating Taft Speedway and No Name Road, and construct an earthen levee system to protect the Idyllwild neighborhood from future flooding. $10,411,000 10 - Other Projects 82 CEMETERY MAUSOLEUM Construction of a mausoleum.$382,000 83 CHAUNCEY SWAN FOUNTAIN This project involves the reuse of components of the old City plaza fountain. $121,000 84 POLICE EVIDENCE STORAGE FACILITY Construction of a permanent evidence storage facility.$876,000 85 FIBER OPTIC SYSTEM This project connects outlying City buildings onto the fiber optic backbone, greatly increasing data transmission capacity. $382,000 86 FIRE STATION #1 RELOCATION Relocate and expand / modernize Central Fire Station #1. $10,927,000 87 FIRE STATION #5 Construction of Fire Station #5 in the South Planning District. $2,732,000 88 FIRE STATION #6 Construction of Fire Station #6 in the Southwest Planning District. $2,732,000 89 FIRE TRAINING FACILITY This project will construct a state of the art fire training facility to address all aspects of emergency service delivery including fire suppression, emergency medical services, hazardous material releases and rescue. The facility will be used for new recruits, continuing education for veteran firefighters, and shared with the Johnson County Mutual Aid Association. $972,000 90 OLD BUS DEPOT LAND ACQUISITION Acquisition of the old bus depot from the Parking Fund. City Council removed from CIP plan and placed on unfunded at their 1/30/07 budget session. $437,000 91 EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE FACILITY Construction of new Equipment Maintenance Facility at the So. Gilbert St. Public Works site, replacing the existing facility at Riverside Dr. $8,912,000 92 STREETS AND WATER DISTRIBUTION FACILITY Construct new building at the So. Gilbert St. Public Works site to accommodate the Streets, Traffic Engineering, Refuse, and Water Distribution Divisions. $6,475,000 C - 72 City of Iowa City Capital Improvements Program Unfunded Projects 93 RIVERSIDE DRIVE REDEVELOPMENT This project includes methane abatement, excavation, and fill at the 7 acre site owned by the City at Riverside Dr. and Hwy 6. This site preparation would allow for marketing of this property for commercial development. $2,382,000 94 SUMMIT ST. HISTORIC PLAN Streetscape and intersection elements through Summit Street Historic District. $284,000 95 ANIMAL FACILITY New Animal Care and Adoption Center comprising of 12,000 square feet. $4,820,000 96 NEIGHBORHOOD PEDESTRIAN LIGHTING Provide pedestrian scale lighting in neighborhoods. $100,000 97 RIVERFRONT CROSSINGS REDEVELOPMENT Begin public elements of the Riverfront Crossings Redevelopment Plan. $1,000,000 98 TOWNCREST REDEVELOPMENT Begin public elements of the Towncrest Redevelopment Plan. $1,000,000 99 TRAFFIC SIGNAL PRE- EMPTION SYSTEM This project will install a city-wide Geographic Information System based traffic signal pre-emption system for emergency vehicles. This system is necessary when the Burlington St Median Project is constructed between Madison St and Gilbert St $1,150,000 GRAND TOTAL - ALL PROJECTS: 208,776,000$ C - 73 C - 74 APPENDIX Preparation of the Financial Plan Financial Plan Schedule Process to Amend City Council Resolutions State Forms Financial Summaries – All Funds Assessed Property Valuations Property Tax Levies Property Tax Rate History City Utility Rates Glossary Index by Department F Y 2 0 1 1 PREPARATION OF ThE FINANCIAL PLAN In August, the Finance Department writes a manual of directions and updates all forms. The manual contains:1) directions for completing the forms, 2) descriptions of expenditures that may be budgeted in a particular line item, and 3) projected prices or inflation factors for various supplies, service contracts, vehicle maintenance service, telephone and postal services, and office furniture and equipment. The City Manager instructs the Department Heads on whether any changes in level of service can be factored into the proposed financial plan. This is done before the actual budget process starts. Changes to the financial plan are done annually during the budget process. All revenue and expenditure estimates are re-evaluated and revised if necessary. In September, the manual and forms for the next financial plan are distributed to Department and Division Heads.They also receive salary projections, a three-year history of each Department's/Division's actual line item expenditures, and projected revenues and costs for the three years covered by the Financial Plan.(The Finance Department projects revenues individually and uses a combination of inflation factors and individual costs to project expenditures.) In October, the forms are returned. These include the Department's/Division's adjustments to line item revenue and expenditure projections, their travel request, their capital outlay request, and professional services required. In November, the Finance Department reviews the forms and compiles them all into a budget. All budget forms and adjustments are forwarded to the City Manager. By mid-December, the City Manager and Finance Department decide which modifications to operations will be made. A tax levy is computed. Analysis is done so all funds have required balances or zero balances. Then the Proposed Financial Plan document is printed. In January, the City Council reviews the Proposed Financial Plan. In February, the Proposed Financial Plan and a memo of Council's changes are presented to the public. A public hearing is held at least one week prior to the final adoption. In March, the final Financial Plan is adopted. The State of Iowa requires a one-year budget to be adopted by March 15 of each year.The applicable year in Iowa City's three-year Financial Plan is adopted as the annual budget to satisfy State requirements. The Finance Department monitors the status of actual revenues and expenses compared to budget. Analysis is done on a line-item basis within each division.Ultimate responsibility for a division's budget rests with the department head in charge of that division.The Finance Department staff normally works directly with departmentldivision management to resolve any problems within the line item budget. A-1 City of Iowa City FY2011 – 2013 Financial Plan Preparation Tentative Schedule September 18 Distribution of FY11 financial planning materials to departments. Receipt reports will be included. October 2 FY11 budget proposals due to Finance Administration. October 2-16 Input and review of department proposals by Finance Admin. October 23 FY11 budget proposals due to the Interim City Manager. October 26 - City Manager, Finance Administration and department directors’ November 6 review financial plan. November 13 Final adjustments from the City Manager completed. November 16 Preparation of the proposed financial plan and FY11 thru December 18 budget by Finance Administration. December 21 Distribution of proposed Financial Plan to City Council. January 2010 City Council budget work sessions. January 29 State forms prepared. February 2 Set Public Hearing & send hearing notice to newspaper. February 16 Public Hearing. March 2 City Council approves FY2011 budget, the FY2011-2013 Financial Plan and FY10-14 CIP Plan. A-2 PROCESS TO AMEND THE FINANCIAL PLAN Department Directors and appointed staff are responsible for analyzing monthly financial reports to determine if expenditures will exceed budgeted appropriations. Examples of items which may require an amendment include: grant-funded activities, unanticipated repair of equipment or buildings, temporary employee wages and overtime. On amendment requests, departments/divisions explain the reason for additional funding and are asked to suggest a funding source: 1) Reallocation of budget appropriations within their own budget; 2) New or increased revenues (grant funding, increased participation / user fees); 3) Contingency funding (use of cash balance). Requests are then reviewed by the Budget/Management Analyst and forwarded to the Finance Director and City Manager for approval. If the request is approved, the amendment is processed so that subsequent Budget Comparison Reports will reflect the change. Requests must be submitted for review by early spring (a date set by the Finance Department annually) as is necessary to compile reports for publication and state certification. Amendments are typically presented to the City Council twice a year, with a public hearing held each time to allow for citizen input. The first public hearing is usually held in early fall, the second and/or final hearing is in late spring. All amendments must be formally approved and certified to the State of Iowa by May 31st, as required by law. Financial statements which compare the fiscal year’s actual revenues and expenditures to budgeted authority are published by the 1st of December immediately following the end of the fiscal year (June 30). These statements are also presented for the City as a whole in the notes to that year's Financial Report. Legal compliance is met if actual expenditures do not exceed the budgeted expenditures by program areas: Public Safety, Public Works, Health & Social Services, Culture & Recreation, Community & Economic Development, General Government, Debt Service, Capital Projects and Business Type / Enterprises. A - 3 Form 631.1 Department of Management NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING BUDGET ESTIMATE FISCAL YEAR BEGINNING JULY 1, 2010 - ENDING JUNE 30, 2011 City of , Iowa The City Council will conduct a public hearing on the proposed Budget at on 03/02/10 at 7:00 P.M. . (Date) xx/xx/xx (hour) The Budget Estimate Summary of proposed receipts and expenditures is shown below. Copies of the the detailed proposed Budget may be obtained or viewed at the offices of the Mayor, City Clerk, and at the Library. The estimated Total tax levy rate per $1000 valuation on regular property . . . . . . . . . . $ 17.75655 The estimated tax levy rate per $1000 valuation on Agricultural land is . . . . . . . . . . . $3.00375 At the public hearing, any resident or taxpayer may present objections to, or arguments in favor of, any part of the proposed budget. (319) 356-5053 phone number City Clerk/Finance Officer's NAME Budget FY Re-estimated FY Actual FY 2011 2010 2009 (a)(b)(c) Revenues & Other Financing Sources Taxes Levied on Property 1 47,788,547 45,393,198 43,118,101 Less: Uncollected Property Taxes-Levy Year 2 000 Net Current Property Taxes 3 47,788,547 45,393,198 43,118,101 Delinquent Property Taxes 4 0 5,000 18,394 TIF Revenues 5 840,114 4,044,594 3,693,221 Other City Taxes 6 10,264,413 9,303,465 1,596,973 Licenses & Permits 7 1,335,333 1,350,898 1,280,142 Use of Money and Property 8 2,186,957 2,398,332 4,922,607 Intergovernmental 9 37,636,313 108,621,840 32,048,937 Charges for Fees & Service 10 39,621,066 39,359,173 39,588,341 Special Assessments 11 000 Miscellaneous 12 3,784,929 7,732,979 5,502,427 Other Financing Sources 13 61,946,877 111,404,586 186,836,662 Total Revenues and Other Sources 14 205,404,549 329,614,065 318,605,805 Expenditures & Other Financing Uses Public Safety 15 20,148,793 19,662,886 20,025,515 Public Works 16 13,578,768 13,579,546 11,958,297 Health and Social Services 17 000 Culture and Recreation 18 11,981,201 11,854,898 10,576,678 Community and Economic Development 19 4,795,653 33,139,727 13,892,634 General Government 20 8,350,547 8,319,535 7,183,046 Debt Service 21 14,045,403 13,182,544 35,740,008 Capital Projects 22 17,291,840 65,635,144 12,693,188 Total Government Activities Expenditures 23 90,192,205 165,374,280 112,069,366 Business Type / Enterprises 24 73,908,734 121,953,839 76,186,099 Total ALL Expenditures 25 164,100,939 287,328,119 188,255,465 Transfers Out 26 50,975,877 90,543,818 104,388,595 Total ALL Expenditures/Transfers Out 27 215,076,816 377,871,937 292,644,060 Excess Revenues & Other Sources Over (Under) Expenditures/Transfers Out 28 -9,672,267 -48,257,872 25,961,745 Continuing Appropriation 29 00 Beginning Fund Balance July 1 30 103,163,306 151,421,178 125,459,433 Ending Fund Balance June 30 31 93,491,039 103,163,306 151,421,178 Iowa City 410 E.Washington St., City Hall Marian K. Karr A-4 Form 635.2A CITY OF Iowa CityDepartment of Management2011Fiscal YearsTIFSPECIAL SPECIAL DEBT CAPITALBUDGET RE-ESTIMATED ACTUALGENERALREVENUES REVENUES SERVICE PROJECTS PERMANENTPROPRIETARY201120102009(A)(B) (C)(D)(E)(F)(G)(H)(I)(J)(K)(L)Revenues & Other Financing SourcesTaxes Levied on Property126,144,595 9,615,177 12,028,775 0 47,788,547 45,393,198 43,118,101Less: Uncollected Property Taxes-Levy Year200 00 0 00 Net Current Property Taxes326,144,595 9,615,177 12,028,775 0 47,788,547 45,393,198 43,118,101Delinquent Property Taxes40 0 0 0 0 5,000 18,394TIF Revenues5840,114840,114 4,044,594 3,693,221Other City Taxes69,601,821 181,937 205,655 275,000 10,264,413 9,303,465 1,596,973Licenses & Permits71,335,333 00 1,335,333 1,350,898 1,280,142Use of Money and Property8403,094 56,152 3,300 34,145 0 1,200 1,689,066 2,186,957 2,398,332 4,922,607Intergovernmental93,706,685 7,651,841 0 0 3,247,000 23,030,787 37,636,313 108,621,840 32,048,937Charges for Fees & Service105,883,084 30,000 0 0 0 33,707,982 39,621,066 39,359,173 39,588,341Special Assessments1100 00 00 00Miscellaneous121,699,143 305,000 37,806 0 0 1,742,980 3,784,929 7,732,979 5,502,427 Sub-Total Revenues1348,773,755 17,840,107 843,414 12,306,381 3,522,000 1,200 60,170,815 143,457,672 218,209,479 131,769,143Other Financing Sources: Total Transfers In149,235,339 783,642 0 885,010 13,004,261 0 27,067,625 50,975,877 90,543,818 104,388,595 Proceeds of Debt15000010,900,000 0 10,900,000 20,100,000 81,226,399 Proceeds of Capital Asset Sales1671,00000000071,000 760,768 1,221,668Total Revenues and Other Sources1758,080,094 18,623,749 843,414 13,191,391 27,426,261 1,200 87,238,440 205,404,549 329,614,065 318,605,805Expenditures & Other Financing UsesPublic Safety1819,863,330 285,463 0 0 20,148,793 19,662,886 20,025,515Public Works198,126,907 5,451,861 0 0 13,578,768 13,579,546 11,958,297Health and Social Services20000 0 0 00Culture and Recreation2111,981,201 0 0 0 11,981,201 11,854,898 10,576,678Community and Economic Development221,916,425 2,527,256 351,972 0 4,795,653 33,139,727 13,892,634General Government237,948,785 401,762 0 0 8,350,547 8,319,535 7,183,046Debt Service 240 0 0 14,045,403 0 14,045,403 13,182,544 35,740,008Capital Projects 250 0 548,739 16,743,101 0 17,291,840 65,635,144 12,693,188Total Government Activities Expenditures2649,836,648 8,666,342 900,711 14,045,403 16,743,101 0 90,192,205 165,374,280 112,069,366Business Type Proprietray: Enterprise & ISF2773,908,734 73,908,734 121,953,839 76,186,099Total Gov & Bus Type Expenditures2849,836,648 8,666,342 900,711 14,045,403 16,743,101 0 73,908,734 164,100,939 287,328,119 188,255,465Total Transfers Out298,374,665 10,431,776 0 0 10,750,511 0 21,418,925 50,975,877 90,543,818 104,388,595Total ALL Expenditures/Fund Transfers Out3058,211,313 19,098,118 900,711 14,045,403 27,493,612 0 95,327,659 215,076,816 377,871,937 292,644,060Excess Revenues & Other Sources Over31(Under) Expenditures/Transfers Out32-131,219 -474,369 -57,297 -854,012 -67,351 1,200 -8,089,219 -9,672,267 -48,257,872 25,961,745 Continuing Appropriation330000Beginning Fund Balance July 13417,540,301 2,039,242 -90,536 13,014,872 6,935,700 109,074 63,614,653 103,163,306 151,421,178 125,459,433Ending Fund Balance June 303517,409,082 1,564,873 -147,833 12,160,860 6,868,349 110,274 55,525,434 93,491,039 103,163,306 151,421,178ADOPTED BUDGET SUMMARY YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, A - 5 Form 631 BCITY OF Iowa CityDepartment of ManagementREVENUES DETAIL Fiscal Year Ending 2011 Fiscal YearsTIFSPECIALSPECIALDEBTCAPITALBUDGETRE-ESTIMATEDACTUALGENERALREVENUES REVENUES SERVICE PROJECTS PERMANENTPROPRIETARY201120102009(B) (C)(D)(E)(F)(G)(H)(I)(J)(K)(L)REVENUES & OTHER FINANCING SOURCESTaxes Levied on Property126,144,595 9,615,17712,028,775047,788,547 45,393,198 43,118,101 Less: Uncollected Property Taxes - Levy Year 2000Net Current Property Taxes (line 1 minus line 2)326,144,595 9,615,17712,028,775047,788,547 45,393,198 43,118,101Delinquent Property Taxes405,00018,394TIF Revenues5840,114840,114 4,044,594 3,693,221Other City Taxes: Utility Tax Replacement Excise Taxes6451,134165,937205,6550822,726806,168775,9317565,000275,000840,00000 Parimutuel wager tax8000 Gaming wager tax9000 Mobile Home Taxes1041,75916,00057,75957,75968,718 Hotel/Motel Taxes11723,928723,928723,928752,324 Other Local Option Taxes 12 7,820,0007,820,000 7,715,6100 Subtotal - Other City Taxes (lines 6 thru 12)139,601,821181,937205,655275,00010,264,413 9,303,465 1,596,973Licenses & Permits141,335,3331,335,333 1,350,898 1,280,142Use of Money & Property15403,094 56,152 3,300 34,145 1,200 1,689,0662,186,957 2,398,332 4,922,607Intergovernmental: Federal Grants & Reimbursements16889,910 1,477,000 2,216,000 21,341,61925,924,529 54,210,525 14,638,583 Road Use Taxes175,738,9605,738,960 5,583,010 5,262,095 Other State Grants & Reimbursements18684,735 153,000 1,031,000 1,189,1683,057,903 45,911,160 9,544,585 Local Grants & Reimbursements192,132,040 282,881500,0002,914,921 2,917,145 2,603,674 Subtotal - Intergovernmental (lines 16 thru 19)203,706,685 7,651,841 0 0 3,247,000 23,030,787 37,636,313 108,621,840 32,048,937Charges for Fees & Service: Water Utility 218,397,1858,397,185 8,389,805 8,143,908 Sewer Utility 2213,389,28013,389,280 13,413,296 12,610,273 Electric Utility 23000 Gas Utility 24000 Parking 253,211,6143,211,614 3,091,377 4,212,538 Airport 26000 Landfill/Garbage 277,317,1397,317,139 7,466,581 8,446,035 Hospital 28000 Transit 29 1,567,6881,567,688 1,552,055 1,728,040 Cable TV, Internet & Telephone 30762,764762,764 804,048 794,919 Housing Authority 310 5,000 0 Storm Water Utility 32630,000630,000 614,682 622,827 Other Fees & Charges for Service 33 4,315,396 30,0004,345,396 4,022,329 3,029,801 Subtotal - Charges for Service (lines 21 thru 33)345,883,084 30,000 0 0 0 33,707,982 39,621,066 39,359,173 39,588,341Special Assessments 35000Miscellaneous361,699,143305,00037,8061,742,9803,784,929 7,732,979 5,502,427Other Financing Sources: Regular Operating Transfers In37 9,235,339783,642885,010 13,004,26127,067,62550,975,877 87,343,818 101,661,193 Internal TIF Loan Transfers In380 3,200,000 2,727,402 Subtotal ALL Operating Transfers In399,235,339783,6420885,010 13,004,2610 27,067,625 50,975,877 90,543,818 104,388,595 Proceeds of Debt (Excluding TIF Internal Borrowing)4010,900,00010,900,000 20,100,000 81,226,399 Proceeds of Capital Asset Sales4171,00071,000760,768 1,221,668Subtotal-Other Financing Sources (lines 38 thru 40)429,306,339 783,642 0 885,010 23,904,261 0 27,067,625 61,946,877 111,404,586 186,836,662Total Revenues except for beginning fund balance (lines 3, 4, 5, 13, 14, 15, 20, 34, 35, 36, & 41)4358,080,094 18,623,749 843,414 13,191,391 27,426,261 1,200 87,238,440 205,404,549 329,614,065 318,605,805Beginning Fund Balance July 1 4417,540,301 2,039,242 -90,536 13,014,872 6,935,700 109,074 63,614,653 103,163,306 151,421,178 125,459,433TOTAL REVENUES & BEGIN BALANCE (lines 42+43)4575,620,395 20,662,991 752,878 26,206,263 34,361,961 110,274 150,853,093 308,567,855 481,035,243 444,065,238The last two columns will fill in once the Re-Est forms are completed(A) Utility francise tax (Iowa Code Chapter 364.2)A - 6 Form 631 A P1 CITY OF Iowa City Department of Management EXPENDITURES SCHEDULE PAGE 1 Fiscal Year Ending 2011 Fiscal YearsTIFSPECIAL SPECIAL DEBT CAPITALBUDGET RE-ESTIMATEDACTUALGENERALREVENUES REVENUES SERVICE PROJECTS PERMANENTPROPRIETARY201120102009(A)(B) (C)(D)(E)(F)(G)(H)(I)(J)(K)(L)PUBLIC SAFETY Police Department/Crime Prevention 1 10,569,10610,569,106 9,915,781 9,444,802 Jail 2000 Emergency Management 3000 Flood Control 4000 Fire Department 5 6,640,4616,640,461 5,943,918 5,480,447 Ambulance 6000 Building Inspections 7 1,828,8401,828,840 2,058,292 1,539,538 Miscellaneous Protective Services 8000 Animal Control 9 771,199771,199 656,488 588,985 Other Public Safety 10 53,724 285,463339,187 1,088,407 2,971,743 TOTAL (lines 1 - 10)1119,863,330 285,463 0 0 20,148,793 19,662,886 20,025,515PUBLIC WORKS Roads, Bridges, & Sidewalks123,435,4023,435,402 3,178,517 2,172,914 Parking - Meter and Off-Street 13000 Street Lighting14503,310503,310507,577482,066 Traffic Control and Safety151,024,7671,024,767 1,167,987995,122 Snow Removal16440,159440,159431,792 1,024,773 Highway Engineering17 1,254,2911,254,291 1,189,061 1,045,782 Street Cleaning1846,08946,089211,883275,845 Airport (if not Enterprise)19000 Garbage (if not Enterprise)20000 Other Public Works21 6,872,6162,1346,874,750 6,892,729 5,961,795 TOTAL (lines 12 - 21)228,126,907 5,451,8610013,578,768 13,579,546 11,958,297HEALTH & SOCIAL SERVICES Welfare Assistance23000 City Hospital24000 Payments to Private Hospitals25000 Health Regulation and Inspection 26000 Water, Air, and Mosquito Control 27000 Community Mental Health28000 Other Health and Social Services 29000 TOTAL (lines 23 - 29)3000000 0 0CULTURE & RECREATION Library Services31 5,642,5045,642,504 5,487,677 5,057,642 Museum, Band and Theater32000 Parks 33 2,183,2562,183,256 2,231,019 1,777,396 Recreation 34 2,949,4952,949,495 2,929,044 2,705,762 Cemetery35 370,947370,947355,540299,408 Community Center, Zoo, & Marina 36000 Other Culture and Recreation37 834,999834,999851,618736,470 TOTAL (lines 31 - 37)3811,981,20100011,981,201 11,854,898 10,576,678GOVERNMENT ACTIVITIESA - 7 Form 631 A P2 CITY OF Iowa City Department of Management EXPENDITURES SCHEDULE PAGE 2Fiscal Year Ending 2011 Fiscal YearsTIFSPECIAL SPECIAL DEBT CAPITAL BUDGET RE-ESTIMATED ACTUALGENERAL REVENUES REVENUES SERVICE PROJECTS PERMANENT PROPRIETARY 2011 2010 2009(A) (B) (C) (D) (E) (F) (G) (H) (I) (J) (K) (L)COMMUNITY & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT Community Beautification39 575,039575,039565,784465,227 Economic Development40 531,554531,554 1,006,931 2,793,106 Housing and Urban Renewal41360 1,719,5281,719,888 1,653,495 1,687,839 Planning & Zoning42 809,472809,472787,088728,060 Other Com & Econ Development43807,728807,728 28,172,238 7,227,434 REBATES & PYMTS from TIF DEBT page 44351,972351,972954,191990,968 TOTAL (lines 39 - 44)451,916,425 2,527,256 351,972 0 4,795,653 33,139,727 13,892,634GENERAL GOVERNMENT Mayor, Council, & City Manager46 686,358686,358687,995715,401 Clerk, Treasurer, & Finance Adm.47 3,159,3943,159,394 3,219,577 2,904,262 Elections48000 Legal Services & City Attorney49 639,750639,750627,074683,261 City Hall & General Buildings50 494,169494,169545,090480,948 Tort Liability51 1,137,8111,137,811 1,088,353821,647 Other General Government52 1,831,303 401,7622,233,065 2,151,446 1,577,527 TOTAL (lines 46 - 52)537,948,785 401,762008,350,547 8,319,535 7,183,046DEBT SERVICE5414,045,40314,045,403 13,182,544 35,740,008 Gov Capital Projects 5516,743,10116,743,101 65,317,983 12,693,188 TIF Capital Projects 56 548,739548,739 317,161 0TOTAL CAPITAL PROJECTS570 0 548,739 16,743,101 0 17,291,840 65,635,144 12,693,188TOTAL Government Activities Expenditures(lines 11+22+30+38+45+53+54+57)5849,836,648 8,666,342 900,711 14,045,403 16,743,101 0 90,192,205 165,374,280 112,069,366BUSINESS TYPE ACTIVITIES Proprietary: Enterprise & Budgeted ISF Water Utility596,142,2886,142,288 6,443,458 6,141,018 Sewer Utility605,748,4245,748,424 5,474,642 5,006,996 Electric Utility61000 Gas Utility62000 Airport63340,164340,164389,297 3,805,102 Landfill/Garbage647,167,2267,167,226 6,775,025 6,826,280 Transit65000 Cable TV, Internet & Telephone66687,712687,712808,741601,965 Housing Authority677,423,5997,423,599 7,727,285 7,390,988 Storm Water Utility68611,567611,567533,428531,768 Other Business Type (city hosp., ISF, parking, etc.)693,850,5753,850,575 3,980,159 3,607,909 Enterprise DEBT SERVICE709,574,8439,574,843 39,195,512 42,274,073 Enterprise CAPITAL PROJECTS7132,362,33632,362,336 50,626,2920 Enterprise TIF CAPITAL PROJECTS72000TOTAL Business Type Expenditures (lines 59 - 73)7373,908,734 73,908,734 121,953,839 76,186,099TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES (lines 58+74)7449,836,648 8,666,342 900,711 14,045,403 16,743,101 0 73,908,734 164,100,939 287,328,119 188,255,465 Regular Transfers Out 75 8,374,665 10,431,776 10,750,511 21,418,92550,975,877 87,343,818 101,661,193 Internal TIF Loan / Repayment Transfers Out 760 3,200,000 2,727,402 Total ALL Transfers Out778,374,665 10,431,776 0 0 10,750,511 0 21,418,925 50,975,877 90,543,818 104,388,595Total Expenditures & Fund Transfers Out (lines 75+78)7858,211,313 19,098,118 900,711 14,045,403 27,493,612 0 95,327,659 215,076,816 377,871,937 292,644,060 Continuing Appropriation790000Ending Fund Balance June 308017,409,082 1,564,873 -147,833 12,160,860 6,868,349 110,274 55,525,434 93,491,039 103,163,306 151,421,178* A continuing appropriation is the unexpended budgeted amount from a prior year's capital project. The entry is made on the Con Approps page that must accompany the budget forms if used. SEE INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE.A - 8 I 02-02-10 4d(1) Prepared by: Kevin O'MaIIey, Finance Director, 410 E. Washington St., Iowa City IA 52240 (319)356-5053 RESOLUTION NO.10-29 RESOLUTION SETTING A PUBLIC HEARING ON FEBRUARY 16, 2010 TO DISCUSS THE PROPOSED OPERATING BUDGET FOR THE FISCAL YEAR JULY 1, 2010, THROUGH JUNE 30, 2011, THE PROPOSED THREE-YEAR FINANCIAL PLAN, AND ALSO THE MULTI-YEAR CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM THROUGH FISCAL YEAR 2014. BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA, that a public hearing on said proposal should be and is hereby set for February 16, 2010, at 7:00 p.m. in Emma J. Harvat Hall of the Iowa City City Hall, 410 East Washington Street, Iowa City, Iowa, or if said meeting is cancelled, at the next meeting of the City Council thereafter as posted by the City Clerk, and that the City Clerk be and is hereby directed to cause notice of said public hearing to be published as provided by law, to permit any taxpayer to be heard for or against the proposed FY2OII Operating Budget and the Proposed FY2OII-FY2013 Financial Plan and also the multi- year Capital Improvements Program through Fiscal Year 2014. Passed and approved this 2nd day of February ,2010. MAYOR ATTEST: CIT LERK City Attorney's Office / - It was moved by Champion and seconded by Wright the Resolution be adopted, and upon roll call there were: AYES:NAYS:ABSENT: X Bailey x Champion Dickens Hayek Mims Wilburn Wright finadm\budget\pubhrgFvl 1 .doc A-9 Prepared by: Kevin OMalley, Finance Director, 410 E. Washington St., Iowa City, IA 52240; 319-356-5053 RESOLUTION NO.10-66 RESOLUTION APPROVING THE THREE YEAR FINANCIAL PLAN FOR THE CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA, AND THE FIVE YEAR CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM. WHEREAS, the City Council of the City of Iowa City deems it in the public interest and in the interest of good and efficient government for the City of Iowa City, Iowa, to adopt a three-year Financial Plan for operations and a multi-year Capital Improvements Program budget; and WHEREAS, the three-year Financial Plan and multi-year Capital Improvements Program are subject to annual review and revisions; and WHEREAS, a public hearing was held on February 16, 2010, at a regularly scheduled City Council meeting and public comments were received. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA, THAT: 1.The City Council of the City of Iowa City does hereby adopt the three-year Financial Plan for the Fiscal Years 2011 through 2013 and the multi-year Capital Improvements Program through Fiscal Year 2014. 2.This Resolution is an expression of the Council's legislative intent for planning future operation and capital improvements for the City of Iowa City, Iowa; and the anticipated means of financing said plan, subject to applicable laws. Passed and approved this 2nd day of March ,2010. Approv by ATTEST:A"...- --., CITY ERK City Attorneys Office finadm\res\finplan-201 O.doc I 03-02-10 15 A - 10 Resolution No.10—66 Page 2 It was moved by Bailey and seconded by Wilburn the Resolution be adopted, and upon roll call there were: AYES:NAYS:ABSENT: x Bailey X Champion Dickens x Hayek x Mims x Wilburn x Wright A-11 Prepared by: Kevin O'MaIIey, Finance Director, 410 E. Washington St, Iowa City IA 52240 (319)356-5053 RESOLUTION NO.10-74 RESOLUTION SETTING A PUBLIC HEARING ON MARCH 23, 2010 TO DISCUSS THE PROPOSED OPERATING BUDGET FOR THE FISCAL YEAR JULY 1, 2010, THROUGH JUNE 30, 2011. A public hearing was set on February 2, 2010, and held at the City Council meeting on February 16, 2010. The City Council adopted the budget at the March 2,2010 meeting. Due to a publication error it is necessary to set a new public hearing and re-publish notice of said public hearing. BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA, that a public hearing on said proposal should be and is hereby set for March 23, 2010, at 7:00 p.m. in Emma J. Harvat Hall of the Iowa City City HaIl, 410 East Washington Street, Iowa City, Iowa, or if said meeting is cancelled, at the next meeting of the City Council thereafter as posted by the City Clerk, and that the City Clerk be and is hereby directed to cause notice of said public hearing to be published as provided by law, to permit any taxpayer to be heard for or against the proposed FY2OI I Operating Budget. Passed and approved this 11th day of March , MAYOR Approved b ATTEST: CITY RK City Attorney's Office It was moved by Wright and seconded by Wilburn the Resolution be adopted, and upon roll call there were: AYES:NAYS:ABSENT: x Bailey Champion Dickens Hayek Mims Wilburn Wright finadm\budget\pubhrgFYl I .doc A-12 [o3;i Prepared by: Kevin OMalley, Finance Director, 410 E. Washington St., Iowa City, IA 52240; 319-356-5053 RESOLUTION NO.10-87 RESOLUTION ADOPTING THE ANNUAL BUDGET FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 2011. WHEREAS, a public hearing on the proposed budget for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2011, was held on this date, March 23, 2010, at a regularly scheduled City Council meeting and public comments were received. NOW,THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF IOWA CITY, IOWA, THAT: 1.The annual budget for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2011, as set forth in the Adoption of Budget and Certification of Taxes and on the Adopted Budget Summary, together with the detailed budget in support thereof showing revenue estimates, appropriation expenditures, and program allocations for said fiscal year should be and hereby is adopted. 2.The City Clerk is hereby directed to make the filings required by law, and to set up the books in accordance with the summary and details, as adopted. Passed and approved this 23rd day of March ,2010. MAYOR ATTEST: It was moved by Champion and seconded by Wilburn the Resolution be adopted,and upon roll call there were: AYES:NAYS:ABSENT: X Bailey X Champion X Dickens X Hayek Mims Wilburn Wright finadm\res\annlbdgt-201 I .doc A-13 Form 6351 Department ot Management Adoption of Budget and Certification of City Taxes FISCAL YEAR BEGINNING JULY 1,2010 - ENDING JUNE 30, 2011 52-483 Ala meeting of the City Council. held alter the public hearing as required by low, as speciSed above, the proposed budget was adopted as summorinedand attached hereto, and ran levies, as temized below, ware app hi is Cty. There is attached a Long Term Debt Schedule Form 703 tnt the debt servlcO needs. it any Snraiu.e Johnson Co. Iowa County Auditer Date Stamp January 1,2009 Property Valuations I With Gas & Electric lMthout Gas & Electric ,viAR 2 4 2010 Regular 2a 2,731,041,90426 2,654,708,696 DEBTSER VICE 3a 2,756,450,745 3b 2,710,117,537 Ag Land 4°1,534,056 e.ieooo Regular General levy Non-Voted Other Permissible Levies 0.67500 Contract for use of Bridge 095000 apr & Maint publicly owned Transit Amt Nec Rent, Ins. Maint of Civic Center Opr & Maint of City owned Civic Center 006750 Planning a Sanitary Disposal Project 0.27000 Aviation Authority (under sec.330A.15) Amt Nec Joint city-county building lease 0.06750 Levee lmpr. fund in special charter city Amt Nec Liability, property & self insurance costs AmI Nen Support of a Local Emerg.Mgmt.Comm. Voted Other Permissible Levies 0.13500 lnstrumentalNocal Music Groups 0.01000 Memorial Building 0.13000 Symphony Orchestra 0.27000 . Cultural & Scientific Facilities As Voted County Bridge 1.35900 Missi or Missouri River Bridge Const. 0.03375 Aid to a Transit Company 0.20500 Maintain Institution received by gift/devise 1.00000 City Emergency Medical District 0.27000 Support Public Library 1.50000 Unified Law Enforcement Total General Fund Reoular Levies (5 thru 24) 3.00375 Ag Land Total General Fund Tax Levies Special Revenue Levies Emergency (if general fund at levy limit) Police & Fire Retirement FICA & IPERS (if general fund at levy limit) Other Employee Benefits Total Employee Benefit Levies (29,30,31) Sub Total Soecial Revenue Levies (28+32) Valuation Without Gas &EIec Last Official Census e2,380 Levied RateUtility Replacement 5 22,121,439 21,746,140 43 8.10000 6 0 44 0 0.9500072,594,490 2,550,4730.45 08 000 0 47 010 0 40 49 0ii 0 01250 013Si 0.4166214 462 1,137,511 1,118,503 0 52 465 0 15 0 53 0 16 ..0 54 0 17 _________________ . .0'55 0 18 ______________________ ,,0 56 0 19 '. 0'..57 0 20 :''0 58 0 21 __________________ 0 22 0 to 0 463 0 466 0 23 737351 724871 61 027000 24 0 52 0 —25 26591121 26 139 967 26 .4,608 '4,608 3.00375 (25+26)27 26,595,729 26,144,595'."DeNetAdd 25 0, 64 0 29 1,456,410 1,431,701 .0.533261 30 2,751 463 2,704,783 1.007401 31 5 573 241 5476 689 204070j 32 9,615,177 m 3.58146 33 9,781,114 .9,615,177 366 As Req Gas & EIec ...,...,,'- SSMID 1 tut ___________________ A) _____________________ 34 _______________________ ...0 k'.,66 I 0 SSMID 2 ut ________________let ____________________ 30 ','0 ,.,67 SSMIO3 ut ________________et _________________ 36 ___________________ '.0 SSMIO4 tot _____________let _________________ 350 ___________________ .,.:,'.0 SSMID 5 tut ________________________ tat _________________________ 360 ___________________________ 0 SSMIDE wt _______________tel _________________ 37 0 Total SSMID (34 thru 37)36 0 ',0 '-. Tothl Special Revenue Levies (33+38)3o 9,781,114 9,615,177 ..'." 364.4 AmtNee Debt Service Levy 76.10(6)40 12,234,430 40 12,028,775'.is 4.43847 384.7 0.67900 Capital Projects (Capital lmprov. Reserve)41 41 0 71 0 Total Property Taxes (27+39+40+41)42 48,611,273 42 47,788,547 72 17.75655 COUNTY AUDITOR -I Certify the budget is in compliance with ALL the following: Budgets that DO NOT meet ALL the criteria below are not statutorily compliant & must be returned to the city for correction. 11 The prescribed Notice of Public Hearing Budget Estimate )Forere3l.1( woo Iawtally pobished, at pasted ilappitoable, and notarized. Clad prootwas evidenced. 2)Bcdgot headng en Coos were published or posted ant toss thah 10 days. nor mona than 20 days. peer to the badget hearteg. 3)Adopted property teoeo do eel ecoeed pubished or peeled amounts. 4)Adopted eopenditures da not aoceed puboshed or pasted amesnts In each of the nina program areas, or rn total, 5)The budget file uploaded to the SUBMIT Area matched the paper copy certified by the city to this effice. ____________ The City of:Iowa City County Name:JOHNSON Date Budget Adopted:03/23/10 lO ,r,,thou, Code Oollar Sec.Limit TAXES LEVIED Purpose (A)IBI id 304.1 13841 12 5) 12110) 10111) 12)12) 12)13) 12)14) 12(15) t2)t6) 12)10) 17)22) (39 41 12)1) 12101 12131 12141 12)5) 12)6) 13191 12)17) 12)191 72(211 26E.22 384.1 304.8 0.27000 384.6 Awl Nan Act Non RaIns Amt Non A-14 FY2009 Actual - All Funds SummaryBeginningTotal EndingBalance PropertyOther Transfers Total Disburse- Transfers Disburse- BalanceFund07.01.08 TaxReceipts In Receipts ments Out ments 06.30.091General19,378,085 23,453,742 16,581,811 9,466,314 49,501,867 48,143,065 1,917,522 50,060,587 18,819,365 2Debt Service7,638,397 10,830,827 24,241,354 22,498,276 57,570,457 35,740,011 18,832,283 54,572,294 10,636,560 3Capital Projects - Gen. Government 15,892,516 10,397,168 7,374,557 17,771,725 12,693,194 5,585,523 18,278,717 15,385,524 4Capital Projects - Proprietary51,281 3,261,845 1,807,447 5,069,292 5,122,223 5,122,223 (1,650) 5CDBG & CDBG Rehab25,797 835,003 835,003 858,418 858,418 2,382 6HOME Program(1,018) 822,548 822,548 772,267 49,525 821,792 (262) 7Road Use Tax2,014,200 5,558,633 336,262 5,894,895 4,953,122 1,387,255 6,340,377 1,568,718 8Flood Recovery & Mitigation Grants 78,904 5,956,032 3,827 5,959,859 6,612,273 6,612,273 (573,510) 9Energy Efficiency And Conservation- - 10Univercity Neighborhood Partnership- - 11JGCCOG49,206 276,715 338,444 615,159 615,162 615,162 49,203 12Employee Benefits1,592,081 8,732,305 378,101 9,110,406 508,737 8,101,492 8,610,229 2,092,258 13Peninsula Apartments21,037 60,148 60,148 48,408 48,408 32,777 14Tax Increment Funding307,970 3,735,684 3,735,684 990,969 2,727,402 3,718,371 325,283 15Emergency Levy431 119,621 2,380 122,001 122,432 122,432 - 16Council Economic Development- 40,000 40,000 40,000 40,000 - 17General Rehab & Improv (GRIP)- 63,262 93,798 157,060 93,798 63,262 157,060 - 18Perpetual Care104,978 2,717 2,717 107,695 19Parking3,816,462 6,338,693 6,338,693 3,087,596 2,283,564 5,371,160 4,783,995 20Parking Debt Service1,928,099 963,429 963,429 954,298 954,298 1,937,230 21Wastewater Treatment10,354,583 14,093,331 14,093,331 4,792,517 7,950,934 12,743,451 11,704,463 22Wastewater Treatment Debt Service 12,888,521 33,635,990 40,822,402 74,458,392 32,013,516 33,215,114 65,228,630 22,118,283 23Water13,414,764 8,795,811 8,795,811 5,549,166 4,045,207 9,594,373 12,616,202 24Water Debt Service4,161,500 17,003,884 19,036,559 36,040,443 9,306,258 16,828,832 26,135,090 14,066,853 25Refuse Collection476,502 2,729,550 2,729,550 2,820,956 2,820,956 385,096 26Landfill24,272,036 7,321,016 1,338,884 8,659,900 3,744,550 878,156 4,622,706 28,309,230 27Airport58,898 293,969 247,375 541,344 280,464 218,555 499,019 101,223 28Stormwater Management1,212,536 657,043 657,043 521,641 10,131 531,772 1,337,807 29Broadband Telecommunications 1,201,632 824,941 11,500 836,441 601,966 171,405 773,371 1,264,702 30Housing Authority5,537,056 7,173,098 49,525 7,222,623 7,390,986 7,390,986 5,368,693 BUDGETARY TOTAL126,476,454 43,136,495 171,080,727 104,388,599 318,605,821 188,255,561 104,388,594 292,644,155 152,438,12031Equipment5,791,457 5,163,755 5,163,755 4,234,211 4,234,211 6,721,001 32Risk Management Loss Reserve 2,376,656 1,377,348 1,377,348 1,943,897 1,943,897 1,810,107 33Information Technology2,620,609 1,908,998 1,908,998 1,832,316 1,832,316 2,697,291 34Central Services555,702 359,658 359,658 307,513 307,513 607,847 35Health Insurance Reserve4,892,289 6,918,459 6,918,459 6,713,391 6,713,391 5,097,357 36Dental Insurance Reserve77,104 307,289 307,289 312,932 312,932 71,461 37Project Green212,213 64,280 64,280 45,930 45,930 230,563 38Library Foundation4,066 88,231 88,231 88,849 88,849 3,448 NON-BUDGETARY TOTAL 16,530,096 - 16,188,018 - 16,188,018 15,479,039 - 15,479,039 17,239,075 GRANT TOTAL - ALL FUNDS 143,006,550 43,136,495 187,268,745 104,388,599 334,793,839 203,734,600 104,388,594 308,123,194 169,677,195 A - 15 FY2010 Amended - All Funds SummaryBeginningTotal EstimatedBalance Property Other Transfers Total Disburse- Transfers Disburse- BalanceFund 07.01.09 Tax Receipts In Receipts ments Out ments 06.30.101General18,819,365 24,502,287 23,838,734 15,781,728 64,122,749 49,990,928 14,696,682 64,687,610 18,254,504 2Debt Service10,636,560 11,108,469 434,646 4,302,674 15,845,789 13,182,544 13,182,544 13,299,805 3Capital Projects - Gen. Government 15,385,524 47,182,296 31,334,927 78,517,223 69,095,245 18,628,857 87,724,102 6,178,645 4Capital Projects - Proprietary(1,650) 31,589,129 18,558,104 50,147,233 50,046,292 50,046,292 99,291 5CDBG & CDBG Rehab2,382 840,728 840,728 844,596 30,000 874,596 (31,486) 6HOME Program(262) 760,000 760,000 759,605 759,605 133 7Road Use Tax1,568,718 5,650,675 388,457 6,039,132 5,718,540 1,714,627 7,433,167 174,683 8Flood Recovery & Mitigation Grants(573,510) 26,517,911 26,517,911 26,500,000 26,500,000 (555,599) 9Energy Efficiency And Conservation- 30,000 30,000 30,000 30,000 - 10Univercity Neighborhood Partnership- 3,500,000 3,500,000 3,500,000 3,500,000 - 11JGCCOG49,203 283,788 379,790 663,578 672,238 672,238 40,543 12Employee Benefits2,092,258 9,275,967 399,232 9,675,199 732,508 8,966,900 9,699,408 2,068,049 13Peninsula Apartments32,777 54,716 54,716 49,294 49,294 38,199 14Tax Increment Funding325,283 4,070,533 4,070,533 955,191 3,632,161 4,587,352 (191,536) 15Emergency Levy- 512,975 9,212 522,187 522,187 522,187 - 16Council Economic Development- - 17General Rehab & Improv (GRIP)- 168,000 200,000 368,000 200,000 168,000 368,000 - 18Perpetual Care107,695 1,380 1,380 109,075 19Parking4,783,995 5,355,394 5,355,394 4,025,159 4,010,797 8,035,956 2,103,433 20Parking Debt Service1,937,230 10,000,000 11,498,094 21,498,094 9,936,973 9,900,000 19,836,973 3,598,351 21Wastewater Treatment11,704,463 14,046,944 14,046,944 5,474,642 11,296,831 16,771,473 8,979,934 22Wastewater Treatment Debt Service 22,118,283 16,000,000 23,523,270 39,523,270 16,187,896 16,240,000 32,427,896 29,213,657 23Water12,616,202 8,776,319 8,776,319 6,558,458 6,531,505 13,089,963 8,302,558 24Water Debt Service14,066,853 2,080,655 2,080,655 12,015,643 12,015,643 4,131,865 25Refuse Collection385,096 2,821,577 2,821,577 2,897,213 56,000 2,953,213 253,460 26Landfill28,309,230 5,357,441 1,532,959 6,890,400 4,009,812 12,757,630 16,767,442 18,432,188 27Airport101,223 520,017 582,308 1,102,325 464,724 411,289 876,013 327,535 28Stormwater Management1,337,807 629,487 629,487 533,428 686,000 1,219,428 747,866 29Broadband Telecommunications1,264,702 818,959 11,500 830,459 808,741 66,500 875,241 1,219,920 30Housing Authority5,368,693 8,245,425 53,000 8,298,425 7,971,285 18,000 7,989,285 5,677,833 BUDGETARY TOTAL152,438,120 45,399,698 217,902,543 110,227,466 373,529,707 293,160,955 110,333,966 403,494,921 122,472,906 31Equipment6,721,001 4,885,576 4,885,576 10,429,593 10,429,593 1,176,984 32Risk Management Loss Reserve1,810,107 1,515,678 1,515,678 1,945,694 22,564 1,968,258 1,357,527 33Information Technology2,697,291 1,709,055 1,709,055 2,497,742 2,497,742 1,908,604 34Central Services607,847 309,577 309,577 318,414 318,414 599,010 35Health Insurance Reserve5,097,357 7,216,237 7,216,237 7,388,675 7,388,675 4,924,919 36Dental Insurance Reserve71,461 291,575 291,575 309,632 309,632 53,404 37Project Green230,563 230,563 38Library Foundation3,448 3,448 NON-BUDGETARY TOTAL17,239,075 - 15,927,698 - 15,927,698 22,889,750 22,564 22,912,314 10,254,459 GRANT TOTAL - ALL FUNDS 169,677,195 45,399,698 233,830,241 110,227,466 389,457,405 316,050,705 110,356,530 426,407,235 132,727,365 A - 16 FY2011 Budget - All Funds SummaryEstimatedTotal EstimatedBalance PropertyOther Transfers Total Disburse- Transfers Disburse- BalanceFund07.01.10 TaxReceipts In Receipts ments Out ments 06.30.111General18,254,504 26,144,595 22,700,160 9,235,339 58,080,094 49,836,648 8,374,665 58,211,313 18,123,285 2Debt Service13,299,805 12,028,775 277,606 885,010 13,191,391 14,045,403 14,045,403 12,445,793 3Capital Projects - Gen. Government 6,178,645 14,422,000 13,004,261 27,426,261 16,743,101 10,750,511 27,493,612 6,111,294 4Capital Projects - Proprietary99,291 15,708,409 16,369,748 32,078,157 32,148,036 32,148,036 29,412 5CDBG & CDBG Rehab(31,486) 962,000 962,000 899,825 899,825 30,689 6HOME Program133 780,000 780,000 773,395 773,395 6,738 7Road Use Tax174,683 5,768,960 398,954 6,167,914 5,451,861 1,034,410 6,486,271 (143,674) 8Flood Recovery & Mitigation Grants (555,599) 101,182 101,182 (656,781) 9Energy Efficiency And Conservation- - 10Univercity Neighborhood Partnership- - 11JGCCOG40,543 283,788 384,688 668,476 706,546 706,546 2,473 12Employee Benefits2,068,049 9,615,177 335,466 9,950,643 687,225 9,357,366 10,044,591 1,974,101 13Peninsula Apartments38,199 54,716 54,716 46,308 46,308 46,607 14Tax Increment Funding(191,536) 843,414 843,414 900,711 900,711 (248,833) 15Emergency Levy- - 16Council Economic Development- - 17General Rehab & Improv (GRIP)- 40,000 40,000 40,000 40,000 - 18Perpetual Care109,075 1,200 1,200 110,275 19Parking2,103,433 4,773,631 4,773,631 3,850,575 2,348,586 6,199,161 677,903 20Parking Debt Service3,598,351 846,700 846,700 810,926 810,926 3,634,125 21Wastewater Treatment8,979,934 13,789,585 13,789,585 5,748,424 8,251,533 13,999,957 8,769,562 22Wastewater Treatment Debt Service 29,213,657 6,891,095 6,891,095 6,751,945 6,751,945 29,352,807 23Water8,302,558 8,836,171 8,836,171 6,142,288 3,536,497 9,678,785 7,459,944 24Water Debt Service4,131,865 2,082,551 2,082,551 2,011,972 2,011,972 4,202,444 25Refuse Collection253,460 2,903,942 2,903,942 2,859,541 2,859,541 297,861 26Landfill18,432,188 5,036,795 752,531 5,789,326 4,307,685 6,625,000 10,932,685 13,288,829 27Airport327,535 480,912 100,000 580,912 554,464 52,309 606,773 301,674 28Stormwater Management747,866 642,500 642,500 611,567 500,000 1,111,567 278,799 29Broadband Telecommunications 1,219,920 775,964 25,000 800,964 687,712 80,000 767,712 1,253,172 30Housing Authority5,677,833 7,222,906 7,222,906 7,423,599 25,000 7,448,599 5,452,140 BUDGETARY TOTAL122,472,906 47,788,547 106,640,125 50,975,877 205,404,549 164,100,939 50,975,877 215,076,816 112,800,63931Equipment1,176,984 5,131,956 5,131,956 4,842,463 4,842,463 1,466,477 32Risk Management Loss Reserve 1,357,527 1,836,250 1,836,250 1,896,117 1,896,117 1,297,660 33Information Technology1,908,604 1,698,653 1,698,653 2,269,336 2,269,336 1,337,921 34Central Services599,010 307,727 307,727 290,302 290,302 616,435 35Health Insurance Reserve4,924,919 8,053,098 8,053,098 8,057,287 8,057,287 4,920,730 36Dental Insurance Reserve53,404 334,305 334,305 322,319 322,319 65,390 37Project Green230,563 230,563 38Library Foundation3,448 94,768 94,768 (91,320) NON-BUDGETARY TOTAL 10,254,459 - 17,361,989 - 17,361,989 17,772,592 - 17,772,592 9,843,856 GRANT TOTAL - ALL FUNDS 132,727,365 47,788,547 124,002,114 50,975,877 222,766,538 181,873,531 50,975,877 232,849,408 122,644,495 A - 17 FY2012 Projection - All Funds SummaryEstimatedTotal EstimatedBalance PropertyOther Transfers Total Disburse- Transfers Disburse- BalanceFund07.01.11 TaxReceipts In Receipts ments Out ments 06.30.121General18,123,285 26,692,883 22,974,591 10,208,885 59,876,359 51,983,599 8,433,752 60,417,351 17,582,293 2Debt Service12,445,793 13,336,786 306,665 882,104 14,525,555 15,389,025 15,389,025 11,582,323 3Capital Projects - Gen. Government 6,111,294 11,803,500 14,134,000 25,937,500 19,037,500 9,900,000 28,937,500 3,111,294 4Capital Projects - Proprietary29,412 2,394,000 6,326,000 8,720,000 8,720,000 8,720,000 29,412 5CDBG & CDBG Rehab30,689 962,000 962,000 909,234 909,234 83,455 6HOME Program6,738 780,000 780,000 777,819 777,819 8,919 7Road Use Tax(143,674) 5,951,000 425,432 6,376,432 5,396,556 1,036,572 6,433,128 (200,370) 8Flood Recovery & Mitigation Grants (656,781) 107,341 107,341 (764,122) 9Energy Efficiency And Conservation- - 10Univercity Neighborhood Partnership- - 11JGCCOG2,473 286,404 388,304 674,708 727,560 727,560 (50,379) 12Employee Benefits1,974,101 10,510,779 352,974 10,863,753 694,352 10,352,083 11,046,435 1,791,419 13Peninsula Apartments46,607 54,716 54,716 53,863 53,863 47,460 14Tax Increment Funding(248,833) 709,806 709,806 596,209 596,209 (135,236) 15Emergency Levy- - 16Council Economic Development- - 17General Rehab & Improv (GRIP)- 40,000 200,000 240,000 200,000 40,000 240,000 - 18Perpetual Care110,275 1,200 1,200 111,475 19Parking677,903 4,773,631 4,773,631 4,033,204 953,552 4,986,756 464,778 20Parking Debt Service3,634,125 846,700 846,700 839,200 839,200 3,641,625 21Wastewater Treatment8,769,562 13,923,345 13,923,345 5,825,161 8,222,891 14,048,052 8,644,855 22Wastewater Treatment Debt Service 29,352,807 6,861,195 6,861,195 6,801,145 6,801,145 29,412,857 23Water7,459,944 8,916,933 8,916,933 6,011,523 3,449,068 9,460,591 6,916,286 24Water Debt Service4,202,444 2,085,268 2,085,268 2,061,410 2,061,410 4,226,302 25Refuse Collection297,861 2,931,465 2,931,465 2,898,792 2,898,792 330,534 26Landfill13,288,829 5,036,795 814,522 5,851,317 4,380,745 500,000 4,880,745 14,259,401 27Airport301,674 298,802 100,000 398,802 310,740 54,492 365,232 335,244 28Stormwater Management278,799 642,500 642,500 621,966 250,000 871,966 49,333 29Broadband Telecommunications 1,253,172 775,964 25,000 800,964 689,975 80,000 769,975 1,284,161 30Housing Authority5,452,140 7,222,906 7,222,906 7,620,068 25,000 7,645,068 5,029,978 BUDGETARY TOTAL112,800,639 50,540,448 91,139,197 43,297,410 184,977,055 146,686,987 43,297,410 189,984,397 107,793,29731Equipment1,466,477 5,232,219 5,232,219 5,380,268 5,380,268 1,318,428 32Risk Management Loss Reserve 1,297,660 1,807,001 1,807,001 1,762,342 1,762,342 1,342,319 33Information Technology1,337,921 1,731,988 1,731,988 2,042,273 2,042,273 1,027,636 34Central Services616,435 313,762 313,762 276,289 276,289 653,908 35Health Insurance Reserve4,920,730 8,501,701 8,501,701 8,537,006 8,537,006 4,885,425 36Dental Insurance Reserve65,390 340,705 340,705 341,658 341,658 64,437 37Project Green230,563 230,563 38Library Foundation(91,320) 98,872 98,872 (190,192) NON-BUDGETARY TOTAL 9,843,856 - 17,927,376 - 17,927,376 18,438,708 - 18,438,708 9,332,524 GRANT TOTAL - ALL FUNDS 122,644,495 50,540,448 109,066,573 43,297,410 202,904,431 165,125,695 43,297,410 208,423,105 117,125,821 A - 18 FY2013 Projection - All Funds SummaryEstimatedTotal EstimatedBalance PropertyOther Transfers Total Disburse- Transfers Disburse- BalanceFund07.01.12 TaxReceipts In Receipts ments Out ments 06.30.131General17,582,293 27,231,472 23,341,836 11,136,416 61,709,724 52,444,322 8,443,401 60,887,723 18,404,294 2Debt Service11,582,323 13,304,096 304,981 878,147 14,487,224 15,348,119 15,348,119 10,721,428 3Capital Projects - Gen. Government 3,111,294 4,042,659 15,775,841 19,818,500 19,818,500 7,438,816 27,257,316 (4,327,522) 4Capital Projects - Proprietary29,412 2,051,525 1,232,975 3,284,500 3,284,500 3,284,500 29,412 5CDBG & CDBG Rehab83,455 962,000 962,000 919,047 919,047 126,408 6HOME Program8,919 780,000 780,000 782,358 782,358 6,561 7Road Use Tax(200,370) 6,075,000 456,501 6,531,501 5,510,642 1,038,643 6,549,285 (218,154) 8Flood Recovery & Mitigation Grants (764,122) 113,420 113,420 (877,542) 9Energy Efficiency And Conservation- - 10Univercity Neighborhood Partnership- - 11JGCCOG(50,379) 289,072 391,940 681,012 753,946 753,946 (123,313) 12Employee Benefits1,791,419 11,341,556 369,397 11,710,953 701,673 11,305,429 12,007,102 1,495,270 13Peninsula Apartments47,460 54,716 54,716 54,154 54,154 48,022 14Tax Increment Funding(135,236) 241,730 241,730 284,463 284,463 (177,969) 15Emergency Levy- - 16Council Economic Development- - 17General Rehab & Improv (GRIP)- 40,000 200,000 240,000 200,000 40,000 240,000 - 18Perpetual Care111,475 1,200 1,200 112,675 19Parking464,778 4,773,631 4,773,631 4,088,863 958,784 5,047,647 190,762 20Parking Debt Service3,641,625 846,250 846,250 838,975 838,975 3,648,900 21Wastewater Treatment8,644,855 14,058,442 14,058,442 5,841,757 5,357,159 11,198,916 11,504,381 22Wastewater Treatment Debt Service 29,412,857 4,834,190 4,834,190 6,765,193 6,765,193 27,481,854 23Water6,916,286 8,998,502 8,998,502 6,053,322 3,551,559 9,604,881 6,309,907 24Water Debt Service4,226,302 2,090,443 2,090,443 2,062,856 2,062,856 4,253,889 25Refuse Collection330,534 2,959,263 2,959,263 2,914,788 2,914,788 375,009 26Landfill14,259,401 5,036,795 828,157 5,864,952 4,418,427 500,000 4,918,427 15,205,926 27Airport335,244 298,802 100,000 398,802 383,642 57,069 440,711 293,335 28Stormwater Management49,333 642,500 642,500 630,462 630,462 61,371 29Broadband Telecommunications 1,284,161 775,964 25,000 800,964 711,190 80,000 791,190 1,293,935 30Housing Authority5,029,978 7,176,820 7,176,820 7,717,844 25,000 7,742,844 4,463,954 BUDGETARY TOTAL107,793,297 51,877,124 83,274,835 38,795,860 173,947,819 142,642,463 38,795,860 181,438,323 100,302,79331Equipment1,318,428 5,334,487 5,334,487 5,123,954 5,123,954 1,528,961 32Risk Management Loss Reserve 1,342,319 1,827,490 1,827,490 1,782,109 1,782,109 1,387,700 33Information Technology1,027,636 1,765,990 1,765,990 1,852,104 1,852,104 941,522 34Central Services653,908 319,917 319,917 280,537 280,537 693,288 35Health Insurance Reserve4,885,425 8,964,577 8,964,577 9,045,501 9,045,501 4,804,501 36Dental Insurance Reserve64,437 347,233 347,233 362,157 362,157 49,513 37Project Green230,563 230,563 38Library Foundation(190,192) 103,141 103,141 (293,333) NON-BUDGETARY TOTAL9,332,524 - 18,559,694 - 18,559,694 18,549,503 - 18,549,503 9,342,715 GRANT TOTAL - ALL FUNDS 117,125,821 51,877,124 101,834,529 38,795,860 192,507,513 161,191,966 38,795,860 199,987,826 109,645,508 A - 19 City of Iowa City Taxable Valuation by Class FY2007 - 2011 Commercial, Total Industrial ,Valuation Description Residential RR & Utilities All Classes Fiscal Year 2011 January 1, 2009 - 100% Assessment 3,123,408,903$ 1,294,522,256 4,417,931,159$ Assessment Limitation (state rollback)46.9094% - (1,658,241,268) Less: Exemptions - - (3,239,146) Less Gas & Electric - - (46,333,208) Taxable Assessed Value for the Debt Service Levy 1,465,167,635 2,710,117,537$ Less: TIF Increment (available for debt only)(25,408,841) Taxable Assessed Value - Regular Levies 2,735,526,378$ Fiscal Year 2010 January 1, 2008 - 100% Assessment 3,089,816,108$ 1,272,250,326 4,362,066,434$ Assessment Limitation (state rollback)45.5893% - (1,681,190,479) Less: Exemptions - - (3,324,338) Less Gas & Electric - - (45,156,750) Taxable Assessed Value for the Debt Service Levy 1,408,625,629 2,632,394,867$ Less: TIF Increment (available for debt only)(117,812,738) Taxable Assessed Value - Regular Levies 2,514,582,129$ Fiscal Year 2009 January 1, 2007 - 100% Assessment 3,011,803,441$ 1,253,640,943 4,265,444,384$ Assessment Limitation (state rollback)44.0803% - (1,696,688,413) Less: Exemptions - - (3,395,642) Less Gas & Electric - - (44,597,261) Taxable Assessed Value for the Debt Service Levy 1,327,611,977 2,520,763,068$ Less: TIF Increment (available for debt only)(111,540,045) Taxable Assessed Value - Regular Levies 2,409,223,023$ Fiscal Year 2008 January 1, 2006 - 100% Assessment 2,733,046,488$ 1,197,203,188 3,930,249,676$ Assessment Limitation (state rollback)45.5596% - (1,500,392,232) Less: Exemptions - - (3,424,348) Less Gas & Electric - - (41,542,405) Taxable Assessed Value for the Debt Service Levy 1,245,164,986 2,384,890,691$ Less: TIF Increment (available for debt only)(94,863,574) Taxable Assessed Value - Regular Levies 2,290,027,117$ Fiscal Year 2007 January 1, 2005 - 100% Assessment 2,644,769,911$ 1,213,801,618 3,858,571,529$ Assessment Limitation (state rollback)45.9960% - (1,492,173,003) Less: Exemptions - - (3,462,684) Less Gas & Electric - - (42,641,354) Taxable Assessed Value for the Debt Service Levy 1,216,097,484 2,320,294,488$ Less: TIF Increment (available for debt only)(77,784,899) Taxable Assessed Value - Regular Levies 2,242,509,589$ Commercial and Railroad assessment limitation of 99.1509% for this year, Other Utilities and Industrial are at 100%. State rolled back Commercial and Railroads to 99.7312%for this year, Other Utilities and Industrial are at 100%. *Does not include Tax Exempt Properties or Ag Land/Buildings A - 20 Overlapping Tax Levies for the Iowa City Area (per $1,000 Valuation) Taxing Districts Actual 2007 Actual 2008 Actual 2009 Actual 2010 Actual 2011 County Levies in Cities 6.11344 6.49453 7.48663 7.38568 7.22207 General Basic 3.50000 3.50000 3.50000 3.50000 3.50000 General Supplemental 1.73147 2.14864 2.99953 2.58982 2.55706 MH-DD Services 0.71268 0.68713 0.64215 0.59906 0.56968 Debt Service 0.16929 0.15876 0.34495 0.69680 0.59533 Iowa City Assessor Levies 0.23164 0.26077 0.23164 0.23848 0.23472 Ag Extension Council Levies 0.07039 0.06787 0.06700 0.08413 0.08307 Area X Community College Levies 0.87249 0.85526 0.85161 0.84042 0.92566 General 0.20250 0.20250 0.20250 0.20250 0.20250 Tort Liability 0.01562 0.01335 0.02285 0.01438 0.00653 Plant 0.20250 0.20250 0.20239 0.20250 0.02020 Equipment Replacement 0.09000 0.09000 0.08995 0.09000 0.20250 Insurance 0.06442 0.07473 0.05471 0.08909 0.09000 Unemployment 0.00437 0.00445 0.00366 0.00000 0.08736 Early Retirement 0.10477 0.08900 0.10967 0.08287 0.13096 Debt Service 0.18831 0.17873 0.16588 0.15908 0.18561 State of Iowa 0.00400 0.00350 0.00350 0.00300 0.00340 Iowa City Community School District 13.63155 13.85189 14.19219 14.19136 14.68972 General 11.03056 11.40668 11.68534 11.73462 12.29271 House 2.60099 2.44521 2.50685 2.45674 2.39701 City Levies 17.30225 17.29662 17.71674 17.85262 17.75655 General 9.68610 9.73252 9.73854 9.74041 9.73662 Special 7.61615 7.56410 7.97820 8.11221 8.01993 Total:38.22576 38.83044 40.54931 40.59569 40.91519 Iowa City as a % of Total:45.3% 44.5% 43.7% 44.0% 43.4% Source: "Tax Levies for Johnson County, Iowa," compiled by the Johnson County Auditor. A - 21 City of Iowa City Utility Rates - Effective July 1, 2009 Water User Fees: Minimum Monthly Charge (MMC) Monthly Usage Rates Meter Size (inches) Rate Cubic Feet Rate 5/8 (residential size) $6.41 First 100/mo. MMC ¾ $7.00 101-3,000/mo. $2.99/100 cu. ft. 1 $8.26 3,001 and over $2.15/100 cu. ft. 1½ $16.47 2 $22.14 Single Purpose Meter Charges 3 $40.91 First 100/mo. MMC 4 $71.37 Over 101/mo. $2.99/100 cu. ft. 6 $143.61 Wastewater (Sewer) User Fees: Minimum Monthly Charge (includes the first 100 cu. ft. used) $8.15 Each Additional 100 cu. ft. $3.99 Monthly Surcharge – Special Sewer Fees BOD (per pound) 300 mg/L or less BOD (per pound) from 301 mg/L to 2000 BOD (per pound) greater than 2000 mg/L Suspended Solids (SS) per pound Monthly Minimum, Unmetered Use Manufactured Housing Park, Monthly Holding Tank Waste – plus Landfill fees Holding Tank WasteHauler - Annual (included in charge for 100 cu.ft. of water used) $0.28 per pound $0.43 per pound $0.23 per pound $33.36 per month $33.36 per month $0.03 per gallon $907.00 per year Solid Waste and Recycling: Rates effective July 1, 2009 Monthly Fee per Unit Garbage Recycling (per single-family dwelling or each apartment up to four units) $11.40 $3.60* *Note: A $.50 increase in Recycling fees is scheduled for the fall of 2010. Stormwater Utility Fee All single-family homes will pay a $2.00 monthly fee. Multi-family dwellings will pay $1.00 monthly per unit. The fee for non-residential properties will be based on the actual impervious area and will vary for each property. An impervious area is a surface that does not allow water to soak into the ground. For example, driveways, rooftops, and parking lots are considered to be impervious areas. A - 22 data on citynt/fin/budget/masters/budbkpages/appendix - glossary GLOSSARY Assessed Valuation: The estimated value placed upon real and personal property by the City Assessors as the basis for levying property taxes. Bonded Debt: A written promise to pay a specified sum of money at a future date along with periodic interest. Proceeds from bonds are typically used for long-term debt to pay for construction of capital projects. Budget: A financial plan for a specific time period that estimates the expenditures and the means of financing those expenditures which are associated with all services and functions performed by the City. Business Type Activities: One of two classes of activities reported in the government- wide financial statements. Business-type activities are finance in whole or in part by fees charged to external parties for goods or services. These activities are usually reported as enterprise funds. Capital Improvements Program (CIP): A management tool used to assist in the scheduling, planning, and execution of a series of capital improvements over a five- year period. The CIP is updated annually. It sets forth the estimated expenditures by year and specifies the resources estimated to be available to finance the project expenditures. Capital Improvements Projects: The specific projects that make up the Capital Improvements Program. The projects involve construction, purchase, or renovation of city facilities or property. They are generally non-recurring major improvements to the City's physical plant which necessitate long-term financing and are permanent in nature. Capital Outlay: Expenditures for fixed assets, such as equipment, remodeling, minor building improvements, and vehicles, that are funded from the operating budget. Since long-term financing is not necessary and expenditures of this type are of such recurring character, these items are not part of the Capital Improvements Program. Commodities: Items or supplies needed for routine maintenance and operations. They include cleaning, maintenance and office supplies, repair materials, minor equipment, and tools. Contingency: Funds set aside, but not appropriated or approved for use. These funds could be used for unanticipated expenditure requirements, new programs, or to absorb unexpected revenue losses. Contractual Service: Services such as utilities, postage, printing, employee travel, repairs and rentals, which are purchased from private contractors. Debt Service: Payment of principal and interest to holders of the City debt instruments. Deficit: Excess of an entity's liabilities over its assets (a negative fund balance). The term may also be used to describe a situation where expenditures exceed revenues. Department: A major organizational unit in the City comprised of related work activities aimed at accomplishing a major service or regulatory program. A - 23 data on citynt/fin/budget/masters/budbkpages/appendix - glossary Division: An organizational subdivision of a department. Employee Benefits: Contributions made by the City to designated funds to meet commitments or obligations for employee fringe benefits. Included are the City's share of costs for Social Security, Iowa Retirement System, and the other pension, medical, and life insurance plans. Enterprise Fund: Separate financial entity used for government operations that are financed mainly from user fees – see Business-Type Activities. Equity Transfers: Non-recurring or non-routine transfers of equity between funds. Expenditures: The cost of goods received and services rendered. Fiscal Year: A 12-month time period to which the annual operating budget applies. In Iowa, the fiscal year begins July 1 and ends the following June 30. Full-time Equivalent (FTE) Positions: A part-time position converted to the decimal equivalent position based on total hours per year. Full-time positions charged to more than one program are shown as an appropriate fraction in each program. Fund: An independent fiscal and accounting entity with a self-balancing set of accounts recording cash, which are segregated for the purpose of carrying on specific activities or attaining certain objectives. Fund Balance: The cash balance that remains in a fund on a given date after all receipts and expenditures have been recorded. General Fund: The fund supported by taxes, fees, and other revenues that may be used for any lawful purpose. General Obligation Bonds: When the city pledges its full faith and credit to the repayment of the bonds it issues, then those bonds are general obligation (G.O.) bonds. Governmental Activities: Activities generally financed through taxes, intergovernmental revenues, and other nonexchange revenues. These activities are usually reported in governmental funds and internal services funds. Grants: Contributions or gifts of cash or other assets from another governmental entity to be used or expended for a specified purpose, activity or facility. Intergovernmental Revenue: A contribution of assets (usually cash) by one governmental unit or other organization to another. Typically, these contributions are made to local governments from the State and Federal governments. Grants are usually made for specified purposes. Internal Service Fund: Funds used to account for the financing of goods or services provided by one department or agency to other departments or agencies of the City, on a cost reimbursement basis. Interfund Loan: Loans between funds. A - 24 data on citynt/fin/budget/masters/budbkpages/appendix - glossary Levy Rate: The property tax rate stated in terms of dollars and cents for every thousand dollars of assessed property value. Market Value: The estimated value of real and personal property based upon the current price at which both buyers and sellers are willing to do business. Non-Program: Program costs that do not relate to any one department, but represent costs of a general City-wide nature. Operating Transfer: Routine and/or recurring transfers of assets between funds. Ordinance: A formal legislative enactment by the City Council, which implements or amends local law. Any budgetary change which affects total appropriations, levies, use of reserved appropriations, personnel authorizations, or duties and powers of appointed officials requires the adoption of an ordinance. Personnel Services: Services rendered by full-time and part-time employees to support the functions of City departments. Costs include salaries, fringes and other related benefits. Program: A distinct function of city government which provides services to the public or other city departments. Reserves: An account used to earmark a fund balance or a portion of a fund balance for a specific use. A reserve may be established formally by ordinance or resolution or informally by administrative action. Revenue: Income derived from taxes, fees, grants and charges. In the broader sense, "revenue" refers to all government income, regardless of source, to fund services. Revenue Bonds: A bond that is payable from a specific source of revenue and to which full faith and credit of the city is not pledged. Services and Charges: A category of expenditures used for the purchase of services provided by individuals, businesses or agencies who are not in the direct employ of the city. Special Assessment: A tax levied against a property owner to offset all or part of the cost of public capital improvements which are deemed to benefit that particular property. Special assessments are commonly used to finance improvement projects such as street construction, sidewalk construction, or installation of sewer lines. Special assessments are levied in addition to regular property taxes. Subsidy: Financial aid given to a governmental unit by another governmental unit. For example, in Iowa City, the General Fund subsidizes the Airport with property tax monies. Tax Incremental Financing District (T.I.F.): A geographical area designated for public end private development. Public improvements are funded by debt which is repaid through segregating the increased property taxes resulting from private development. Tax Levy: The total amount of property taxes imposed by a government. A - 25 data on citynt/fin/budget/masters/budbkpages/appendix - glossary Tort Liability: A tort is a wrong against an individual or property that is neither a crime nor a violation of a contract. The City could be found liable or responsible by a court when a tort occurs on City property, as a result of the actions of a City employee, or the function of a City operated activity. The City levies a special tax to purchase tort liability insurance and to cover the cost of tort damages for which the City is found responsible. Transfers: Financial transactions that occur between City funds. Trust and Agency: Funds used to account for monies held by the City in a trustee, custodial or agent capacity for the City's pension and retirement funds and for other entities such as other governmental units. The budget includes the Johnson County Council of Governments (JCCOG) which is a joint endeavor among city governments within Johnson County and the county government. A - 26 INDEX BY DIVISION Page Accounting .............................................................................................................................................. 89 Airport ..................................................................................................................................................... 99 Animal Shelter............................................................................................................................................53 Broadband Telecommunications ............................................................................................................. 102 Building Inspection...................................................................................................................................... 52 Central Business District (C.B.D.) Maintenance.........................................................................................66 Cemetery.................................................................................................................................................... 67 Central Services........................................................................................................................................ 112 City Attorney............................................................................................................................................. 83 City Clerk.................................................................................................................................................. 82 City Council .............................................................................................................................................. 81 City Manager............................................................................................................................................. 81 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG)..........................................................................................76 Community Development / Non-Grant Activity .......................................................................................... 73 Debt Service Fund ................................................................................................................................... 93 Deer Control................................................................................................................................................ 53 Dental Insurance Reserve ....................................................................................................................... 114 Document Services...................................................................................................................................90 Economic Development ............................................................................................................................. 74 Emergency Levy ...................................................................................................................................... 92 Employees Benefits ................................................................................................................................. 91 Energy Conservation.................................................................................................................................. 58 Engineering ................................................................................................................................................ 55 Equipment ................................................................................................................................................ 107 Finance - Administration .......................................................................................................................... 88 Fire Department ......................................................................................................................................... 49 Forestry / Horticulture................................................................................................................................. 65 Government Buildings................................................................................................................................. 68 General Rehabilitation & Improvement Program (G.R.I.P.)........................................................................ 75 H.O.M.E. Program...................................................................................................................................... 76 Health Insurance Reserve ....................................................................................................................... 113 Housing & Inspection Services - Administration.........................................................................................50 Housing Authority...................................................................................................................................... 103 Housing Inspection..................................................................................................................................... 51 Human Rights .......................................................................................................................................... 84 Information Technology Services.............................................................................................................. 110 Johnson County Council of Governments (JCCOG) ............................................................................... 78 Landfill ..................................................................................................................................................... 100 Library ....................................................................................................................................................... 59 Neighborhood Services............................................................................................................................... 72 Non-Operational Administration................................................................................................................85 Parking ..................................................................................................................................................... 105 Parks & Recreation - Administration...........................................................................................................62 Parks ....................................................................................................................................................... 63 Peninsula Apartments.................................................................................................................................75 Personnel ................................................................................................................................................. 83 Planning & Community Development – Administration ............................................................................. 71 Police Citizen’s Review Board (P.C.R.B.)................................................................................................. 82 Police Department...................................................................................................................................... 41 Public Art..................................................................................................................................................... 72 Public Works - Administration .................................................................................................................... 55 Purchasing ............................................................................................................................................... 89 Recreation................................................................................................................................................... 64 Refuse Collection...................................................................................................................................... 101 Revenue.................................................................................................................................................... 90 Risk Management - Tort Liability ............................................................................................................. 91 Risk Management - Loss Reserves..........................................................................................................111 Road Use Tax (RUT) ................................................................................................................................. 56 Senior Center ............................................................................................................................................. 69 Storm Water Management........................................................................................................................ 104 Tax Increment Financing Districts (TIF).................................................................................................... 77 Transit………………………………………………………………………………………………………………...57 Urban Planning .......................................................................................................................................... 71 Wastewater Treatment.............................................................................................................................. 97 Water ....................................................................................................................................................... 95