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2018-2022 Capital Improvement Program CAPITAL PROJECTS FUND Fund Summary Summary by Division Summary by Funding Source Annual Recurring Projects Project Summary by Name Unfunded Projects F Y 2 0 1 9 CAPITAL PROJECTS FUND The Capital Projects Fund accounts for the collection and disbursement of funds related to capital improvements or significant capital equipment. The City annually updates and issues a five-year capital improvement program (CIP). This program is the planning guide for the City’s issuance of bonded debt and for the construction and replacement of the City’s buildings and infrastructure. The first two years of the five-year capital improvement program (CIP) are certified as part of the operating budget in the Capital Projects Fund. The current five-year CIP is for years 2018-2022. Capital improvement projects involve the construction, purchase, or renovation of city facilities or property. Most of the projects are specific, non-recurring major improvements to the City's physical plant, are permanent in nature, and are greater than $25,000 and have a useful life of three years or more. The City also budgets annually recurring project funds for non-specified improvements of a specific nature; these funds are to be spent on improvements that meet the same definition above. Funding sources for capital improvement projects may be from operating funds, bond proceeds, grants, donations, and a variety of other funding sources. The three largest sources of funds are operating transfers in, bonded debt, and state and federal grants. For the CIP for years 2018-2022, the total funding sources are $150,363,214, and the total expenditures are $159,796,096. The difference between the total expenditures and the total funding sources over the five-year period is a result of funding sources that were derived during prior years. The 2019 CIP expenditures of $28,553,570 will be certified as part of the 2019 operating budget. Budgeted fiscal year 2019 Capital Projects Fund expenditures also include $67,708 of interest expense payments to the Wastewater Treatment Fund. Total Capital Projects Fund fiscal year 2019 budgeted expenditures are $28,621,278. The 2019 CIP funding sources of $27,805,570 will also be certified as part of the 2019 operating budget. Budgeted fiscal year 2019 Capital Projects Fund revenues and transfers in also include State sales tax grant funding of $1,542,708 and a transfer in from the TIF funds to reimburse for prior year expenditures of $48,741. Total Capital Projects Fund fiscal year 2019 budgeted revenues and transfer in are $29,397,019. The changes to the 2018 CIP are amended into the fiscal year 2018 operating budget. The fiscal year 2018 Capital Projects Fund expenditure budget also includes totals from the carry forward of prior year projects that must be re-appropriated with the State. The amounts being carried forward from prior years are not included in the five-year CIP totals. The revised Capital Projects Fund expenditures for fiscal year 2018 are $96,265,363; the revised budget includes the 2018 CIP expenditures of $41,528,291, prior year project carry forwards of $54,572,432, and internal loan interest payments of $164,640. The revised fiscal year 2018 Capital Projects Fund revenues and transfers in budget also includes totals from the carry forward of prior year projects. The amounts being carried forward from prior years are not included in the five-year CIP totals. The revised Capital Projects Fund revenues and transfers in for fiscal year 2018 are $42,865,654; the revised budget includes the 2018 CIP funding sources of $31,670,409, State sales tax grant funding of $389,640, a transfer in from the TIF funds to reimburse for prior year expenditures of $27,723, and prior year project carry forwards of $10,777,882. In fiscal year 2015, the North Treatment Plant Removal project received a 20-year internal loan from the Wastewater Treatment Fund which is being repaid with a State of Iowa sales tax grant. The Capital Projects Fund’s expenditures include interest expense paid to the Wastewater Treatment Fund of $164,640, $67,708, and $49,860 for years 2018, 2019, and 2020, respectively. The Capital Project Fund budget also includes principal repayments, shown as transfers out, budgeted at $975,000 for 2018, $1,475,000 for 2019, and $1,750,000 for 2020, and state sales tax grant revenues budgeted at $389,640, $1,542,708, and $1,799,860 for years 2018, 2019, and 2020, respectively. These amounts are not reflected in the five-year CIP totals. Fund balance in the Capital Projects Fund primarily represents unspent funding sources from the current year and prior years. This balance fluctuates based on the timing of the issuance of bonds and the timing of the project expenditures. The estimated ending fund balance for fiscal year 2019 is $1,654,249. 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 Actual Actual Actual Revised Budget Projected Fund Balance, July 1 22,942,341$ 21,460,930$ 32,266,210$ 56,728,217$ 2,353,508$ 1,654,249$ Revenues: Use Of Money And Property Interest Revenues 76,147$ 83,075$ 167,597$ -$ -$ -$ Rents 12,450 8,400 - - - - Royalties & Commissions - 95 - - - - Intergovernmental Fed Intergovnt Rev 2,836,611 1,692,623 448,233 3,710,755 414,000 6,053,660 Disaster Assistance 5,622 7,710 155,015 - - - Other State Grants 9,352,792 5,436,433 11,575,849 1,943,413 2,042,708 1,869,860 State 28E Agreements 107,298 752,880 88,619 - - 191,000 Local 28E Agreements - - 361,401 - 4,000,000 1,675,000 Charges of Fees & Services Development Fees 49,786 96,897 232,345 - - - Refuse Charges 6,312 - - - - - Miscellaneous Contrib & Donations 200,000 353,131 275,000 45,000 - 100,000 Printed Materials 3,300 750 1,380 - - - Other Misc Revenue 164,893 61,194 1,071,969 177,000 - - Other Financial Sources Sale Of Assets - 142,978 2,023,694 1,000,000 - - Debt Sales 7,866,773 9,778,517 22,597,543 11,753,500 10,623,000 9,382,340 Internal Service (Non-Budgetary): ITS Fund 100,760 25,195 174 - - - Sub-Total Revenues 20,782,744 18,439,878 38,998,819 18,629,668 17,079,708 19,271,860 Transfers In: Funds 2,538,057 10,255,700 17,390,327 13,681,214 6,905,511 3,995,970 Transfers-In from Enterprise Funds 611,007 6,080,831 5,242,774 10,554,772 5,411,800 6,696,325 Transfers-In from G.O. Bonds 323,845 621,775 (154,269) - - - Misc Transfers-In 6,009,687 25,000 210,625 - - - Internal Service (Non-Budgetary): ITS Fund 189,624 - (5,318) - - - Sub-Total Transfers In 9,672,220 16,983,306 22,684,139 24,235,986 12,317,311 10,692,295 Total Revenues & Transfers In 30,454,964$ 35,423,184$ 61,682,958$ 42,865,654$ 29,397,019$ 29,964,155$ Expenditures: Governmental: General Government 787,206$ 1,039,952$ 184,873$ 1,798,471$ 7,125,000$ -$ Culture & Recreation 737,073 1,314,646 1,576,659 9,652,303 7,391,800 1,965,000 Community and Economic Dvlpmnt 567,228 157,895 2,003,017 13,879,587 150,000 150,000 Public Safety 3,123,348 448,091 24,060 905,131 250,000 955,000 Public Works 19,644,343 16,518,422 29,114,198 50,842,185 8,664,170 16,628,970 Enterprise: Parking Operations 85,206 501,974 608,083 1,181,149 375,000 300,000 Public Transportation (1,617) - - 393,000 160,000 - Wastewater Treatment 4,664,170 1,929,861 911,283 10,154,595 1,523,208 3,089,860 Water Operations 923,583 267,083 219,515 2,402,592 1,757,100 2,149,325 Landfill 146,648 603,283 1,372,054 3,035,329 400,000 - Storm Water 88,962 141,406 459,705 1,034,034 315,000 915,000 Airport 578,764 449,502 87,197 986,987 510,000 1,270,000 Internal Service (Non-Budgetary): ITS Fund 62,526 424,014 61,633 - - - Sub-Total Expenditures 31,407,440 23,796,129 36,622,277 96,265,363 28,621,278 27,423,155 Transfers Out: Capital Project Fund 323,845 621,775 373,674 - - - Misc Transfers Out 205,090 200,000 225,000 975,000 1,475,000 1,750,000 Sub-Total Transfers Out 528,935 821,775 598,674 975,000 1,475,000 1,750,000 Total Expenditures & Transfers Out 31,936,375$ 24,617,904$ 37,220,951$ 97,240,363$ 30,096,278$ 29,173,155$ Fund Balance, June 30 21,460,930$ 32,266,210$ 56,728,217$ 2,353,508$ 1,654,249$ 2,445,249$ Capital Projects Fund Fund Summary Capital Improvement Plan 2018-2022 City of Iowa City, Iowa SUMMARY BY DIVISION thru2018 2022 TotalCategory20182019202020212022 Airport 120,000 510,000 1,270,000 496,000 286,000 2,682,000 Cemetery 51,750 50,000 101,750 City Manager 6,800,000 6,800,000 Development Services 300,000 150,000 150,000 150,000 150,000 900,000 Equipment 430,000 123,200 553,200 Fire 955,000 1,300,000 2,255,000 Information Technology Services 275,000 275,000 Landfill 2,105,000 400,000 800,000 3,305,000 Library 200,000 25,800 400,000 625,800 Parking Operations 595,000 375,000 300,000 300,000 300,000 1,870,000 Parks Administration 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 250,000 Parks Maintenance 5,577,000 6,871,000 1,350,000 4,750,000 2,225,000 20,773,000 Police 135,084 250,000 385,084 Public Works Administration 6,070,000 6,070,000 Recreation 110,000 495,000 565,000 825,000 705,000 2,700,000 Senior Center 350,000 350,000 Storm Water 240,000 315,000 915,000 380,000 1,280,000 3,130,000 Street Operations 19,535,457 8,540,970 16,628,970 7,770,470 10,172,970 62,648,837 Transit Operations 160,000 18,000,000 18,160,000 Wastewater Treatment 4,988,000 1,455,500 3,040,000 750,000 8,620,500 18,854,000 Water Operations 1,021,000 1,757,100 2,149,325 1,090,000 1,090,000 7,107,425 41,528,291 28,553,570 27,373,295 19,061,470 43,279,470 159,796,096TOTAL Airport, $2,682,000 Fire, $2,255,000 Development Services, $900,000 Cemetery, $101,750 City Manager, $6,800,000 Equipment, $553,200 Information Technology Services, $275,000 Landfill, $3,305,000 Library, $625,800 Parks Administration, $250,000 Parks Maintenance, $20,773,000 Parking Operations, $1,870,000 Transit Operations, $18,160,000 Police, $385,084 Public Works Administration, $6,070,000 Recreation, $2,700,000 Senior Center, $350,000 Storm Water, $3,130,000 Street Operations, $62,648,837 Wastewater Treatment, $18,854,000 Water Operations, $7,107,425 Capital Improvement Program by Division 2018-2022 $159,796,096 Capital Improvement Plan 2018-2022 City of Iowa City, Iowa PROJECTS BY DIVISION 2018 2022thru Total20182019202020212022CategoryProject #Priority Airport A3447 50,00050,000Airport Parking Lot Expansion 3 A3461 286,000286,000Airfield Pavement Rehabilitation 1 A3462 200,000100,000 100,000Hangar A Door Replacement 2 A3465 150,000150,000Runway 7 Environmental Assessment 2 A3466 1,170,0001,170,000Runway 7 Extension (213')2 A3469 120,000120,000Airport Frontage/Viewing Area Improvements 4 A3470 310,000310,000Runway 25 Threshold Relocation 1 A3471 396,000396,000Runway 12/30 Threshold Displacement/Relocation 1 2,682,000120,000 510,000 1,270,000 496,000 286,000Airport Total Cemetery R4145 50,00050,000Cemetery Road Asphalt Overlay 2 R4354 51,75051,750Cemetery Shop Roof Replacement 2 101,75051,750 50,000Cemetery Total City Manager G4723 6,800,0006,800,000County Behavioral Access Center 2 6,800,0006,800,000City Manager Total Development Services E4520 750,000150,000 150,000 150,000 150,000 150,000Climate Action Plan Implementation 3 E4522 150,000150,000City Hall Remodel for MPOJC 2 900,000300,000 150,000 150,000 150,000 150,000Development Services Total Equipment P3982 100,000100,000Non-Public Safety Radio System Back-up Tower 3 P3983 123,200123,200Equipment Shop Parking Lot Asphalt Overlay 2 P3984 330,000330,000Equipment Shop Roof Replacement 2 553,200430,000 123,200Equipment Total Fire Z4406 2,255,000955,000 1,300,000Fire Apparatus Replacement Program 1 2,255,000955,000 1,300,000Fire Total Information Technology Services G4724 275,000275,000Infrastructure Asset Management 3 275,000275,000Information Technology Services Total Total20182019202020212022CategoryProject #Priority Landfill L3328 800,000800,000Landfill Equipment Building Replacement 2 L3329 90,00090,000Landfill Tarp Deployment System 3 L3330 440,00040,000 400,000Landfill Leachate Pumping System 2 L3331 1,500,0001,500,000Landfill Cell Design and Construction 1 L3332 475,000475,000Landfill Bulldozer 1 3,305,0002,105,000 400,000 800,000Landfill Total Library B4343 400,000400,000Library Carpet and Furnishings Replacement 2 B4344 200,000200,000Reconfigure Computer Lab & Children's Room 2 B4345 25,80025,800Library HVAC Repairs 2 625,800200,000 25,800 400,000Library Total Parking Operations T3004 1,600,000400,000 300,000 300,000 300,000 300,000Parking Facility Restoration Repair 2 T3009 60,00060,000Parking Facility & Enforcement Automation 3 T3018 75,00075,000Parking Equipment EMV Upgrade 2 T3019 135,000135,000Recreation Center Parking Lot Asphalt Overlay 2 1,870,000595,000 375,000 300,000 300,000 300,000Parking Operations Total Parks Administration R4129 250,00050,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000City Hall - Other Projects 1 250,00050,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000Parks Administration Total Parks Maintenance R4130 500,000100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000Parks Annual Improvements/Maintenance 1 R4132 150,00030,000 30,000 30,000 30,000 30,000Park Annual ADA Accessibility Improvements 1 R4185 1,225,000565,000 660,000Riverfront Crossings Park Development 1 R4204 1,700,0001,700,000Iowa River Trail, Benton St - Highway 6 2 R4206 125,00025,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000Intra-city Bike Trails 2 R4225 753,00075,000 678,000Highway 1 Sidewalk/Trail 3 R4227 1,900,000200,000 1,700,000Hwy 6 Trail - Sycamore to Heinz 5 R4322 750,000750,000Willow Creek/Kiwanis Park Improvements 2 R4340 7,800,0003,900,000 3,900,000Pedestrian Mall Reconstruction 1 R4341 650,000650,000Creekside Park Redevelopment 3 R4345 157,000157,000Cardigan Park Development 2 R4346 370,000370,000New West Side Park Development 2 R4348 125,000125,000Fairmeadows Playground and Shelter 2 R4349 500,000500,000Wetherby Restroom, Shelter & Playground Upgrades 2 R4350 365,000365,000Chadek Green Park Restrooms and Shelter 2 R4355 75,00075,000IC Kickers Park Soccer Field Addition 3 R4356 650,000650,000Lower City Park Adventure Playground 2 R4357 185,000185,000Whispering Meadows Shelter & Playground 2 R4358 490,000490,000Lower City Park Shelters & Restroom Replacement 2 R4359 370,000370,000Kiwanis Park Playground & Shelter Renovation 2 R4360 78,00078,000East Side Sports Complex Tree Buffer 4 R4362 350,000350,000Napoleon Park Softball Fields 5-8 Renovation 3 R4363 490,000490,000Upper City Park Shelters & Restroom Replacement 2 R4364 185,000185,000Scott Park Shelter and Playground Replacement 2 R4365 245,000245,000Hickory Hill Park Conklin St Shelter & Restrooms 2 R4366 215,000215,000Glendale Park Shelter & Playground Replacement 2 R4367 185,000185,000Napoleon Park Playground & Accessible Path 2 Total20182019202020212022CategoryProject #Priority R4368 185,000185,000Court Hill Park Shelter & Playground Replacement 2 20,773,0005,577,000 6,871,000 1,350,000 4,750,000 2,225,000Parks Maintenance Total Police Y4440 135,084135,084Police Department Flooring & Cabinets 4 Y4441 250,000250,000Police Car & Body Camera Replacement 1 385,084135,084 250,000Police Total Public Works Administration P3959 5,050,0005,050,000Public Works Facility 3 P3981 1,020,0001,020,000West Riverbank Stabilization 1 6,070,0006,070,000Public Works Administration Total Recreation R4330 325,00065,000 65,000 65,000 65,000 65,000Annual Recreation Center Improvements 1 R4351 475,00045,000 430,000Recreation Center ADA Improvements 1 R4352 500,000500,000Mercer Park Pool Improvements 2 R4369 700,000700,000Mercer/Scanlon- HVAC Dehumidification 1 R4370 700,00060,000 640,000RAL Recreation Center Pool Filter and HVAC 2 2,700,000110,000 495,000 565,000 825,000 705,000Recreation Total Senior Center KNEW1 350,000350,000Senior Center Improvements 2 350,000350,000Senior Center Total Storm Water M3631 1,200,000240,000 240,000 240,000 240,000 240,000Annual Storm Water Improvements 2 M3632 750,00075,000 675,000Lower Muscatine Area Storm Sewer Improvements 2 M3633 1,180,000140,000 1,040,000North Westminster Storm Sewer Upgrades 2 3,130,000240,000 315,000 915,000 380,000 1,280,000Storm Water Total Street Operations S3809 10,567,58210,567,582Iowa City Gateway Project (Dubuque St)1 S3814 750,000150,000 150,000 150,000 150,000 150,000Annual Traffic Signal Projects 3 S3816 75,00015,000 15,000 15,000 15,000 15,000Traffic Calming 3 S3822 500,000100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000Curb Ramps-ADA 1 S3824 10,215,9021,598,350 2,004,388 2,104,388 2,204,388 2,304,388Annual Pavement Rehabilitation 1 S3826 908,853174,525 183,582 183,582 183,582 183,582Underground Electrical Facilities 2 S3827 900,000150,000 150,000 300,000 150,000 150,000Bicycle Master Plan Implementation 3 S3834 2,400,0002,400,000Burlington & Madison Intersection Improvements 3 S3854 9,022,000578,000 8,444,000American Legion Rd-Scott Blvd to Taft Ave 2 S3868 500,000500,000Mormon Trek Traffic and Lighting Improvements 3 S3910 1,250,000250,000 250,000 250,000 250,000 250,000Annual Bridge Maintenance & Repair 1 S3933 205,000205,000Riverside Drive Streetscape Improvements 4 S3934 5,210,000550,000 4,660,000McCollister Blvd - Gilbert to Sycamore 2 S3935 1,075,0001,075,000Prentiss Street Bridge Replacement 1 S3936 4,000,000250,000 3,750,000Melrose Avenue Improvements 2 S3939 1,364,500132,000 1,232,500Dubuque Street Reconstruction 1 S3940 1,900,000150,000 1,750,000Kirkwood Avenue to Capitol Street Connection 2 S3942 375,000375,000Governor Street Overlay 2 S3943 450,000450,000Riverside Drive Asphalt Overlay 2 S3944 1,150,000200,000 950,000First Ave/Scott Blvd Intersection Improvements 2 Total20182019202020212022CategoryProject #Priority S3945 825,000825,000Gilbert Street Intersection Improvements 2 S3946 6,045,000775,000 5,270,000Court Street Reconstruction 2 S3947 2,810,000250,000 2,560,000Benton Street Rehabilitation Project 2 S3948 150,000150,000Rochester Avenue Sidewalk Infill Project 3 62,648,83719,535,457 8,540,970 16,628,970 7,770,470 10,172,970Street Operations Total Transit Operations T3055 18,000,00018,000,000Transit/Equipment Facility Relocation 2 T3059 50,00050,000Transit Bus Shelter Replacement & Expansion 2 T3063 50,00050,000Transit Facility Parking Lot Asphalt Overlay 2 T3064 60,00060,000Transit Mobile Column Vehicle Lift 2 18,160,000160,000 18,000,000Transit Operations Total Wastewater Treatment V3101 3,500,000500,000 750,000 750,000 750,000 750,000Annual Sewer Main Replacement 2 V3143 3,500,0003,500,000Backup Generator & Electrical System Upgrade 1 V3144 450,000450,000Wastewater Clarifier Repairs 1 V3145 2,025,000475,000 1,550,000Scott Boulevard Trunk Sewer 2 V3146 700,000700,000Melrose Court Sanitary Sewer Replacement 2 V3147 350,00060,000 290,000Nevada Ave Sanitary Sewer Replacement 2 V3148 105,500105,500West Park Lift Station Rehabilitation 2 V3149 139,500139,500Heat Exchanger Replacement 1 V3150 65,00065,000Digester Cover Renovation 1 V3151 7,870,5007,870,500Digester Complex Rehabilitation 1 V3152 148,500148,500WWTF Influent Channel Modifications 1 18,854,0004,988,000 1,455,500 3,040,000 750,000 8,620,500Wastewater Treatment Total Water Operations W3212 637,10060,000 577,100First Avenue (400-500 Block) Water Main Replace 2 W3216 217,35020,000 197,350Spruce St. (1300-1400 Block) Water Main Repl 3 W3220 1,420,000110,000 1,310,000Melrose - Landfill Water Main Extension 2 W3221 700,000100,000 600,000Nutrient Removal Project 2 W3222 551,97550,000 501,975Dill St. Water Main Replacement 1 W3226 606,000606,000Water Plant & Storage Reservoir SCADA Replacement 2 W3300 340,00040,000 300,000Bradford Drive Water Main Replacement 3 W3301 1,100,000100,000 1,000,000Water Distribution Pressure Zone Improvements 1 W3303 340,00040,000 300,000Sixth Avenue Water Main Replacement 1 W3304 75,00075,000Water Plant Softener Improvements 3 W3305 150,000150,000Jordan Well Rehabilitation 1 W3307 40,00040,000Deforest Ave Water Main Replacement 1 W3311 700,000100,000 100,000 500,000Collector Well Capacity Improvements 3 W3312 80,00080,000Silurian Well Rehabilitation 1 W3313 100,000100,000Hwy 1 Water (Miller to Willow) Main Replacement 2 W3314 50,00050,000High Service Pump VFD Replacement 2 7,107,4251,021,000 1,757,100 2,149,325 1,090,000 1,090,000Water Operations Total GRAND TOTAL 159,796,09641,528,291 28,553,570 27,373,295 19,061,470 43,279,470 Capital Improvement Plan 2018-2022 City of Iowa City, Iowa FUNDING SOURCE SUMMARY 2018 thru 2022 TotalSource20182019202020212022 AIRPORT FUND 518,400120,000 96,000 147,000 69,600 85,800 CENTRAL SERVICES FUND 100,000100,000 CONTRIBUTIONS & DONATIONS 130,00030,000 100,000 EQUIPMENT FUND 4,553,2001,430,000 123,200 3,000,000 FEDERAL GRANTS 23,470,9202,331,000 414,000 6,053,660 2,672,260 12,000,000 GENERAL FUND 7,383,634896,834 4,003,800 893,000 820,000 770,000 GO BONDS 48,967,48011,753,500 9,523,000 9,382,340 8,718,640 9,590,000 ITS FUND 275,000275,000 LANDFILL FUND 4,725,0002,105,000 510,000 1,310,000 800,000 OTHER LOCAL GOVERNMENTS 5,675,0004,000,000 1,675,000 OTHER STATE GRANTS 1,340,200500,000 500,000 70,000 70,000 200,200 PARKING FUND 1,855,000595,000 360,000 300,000 300,000 300,000 REFUSE COLLECTION FUND 500,000500,000 REVENUE BONDS 1,100,0001,100,000 ROAD USE TAX FUND 15,382,2004,444,200 2,547,000 2,797,000 2,747,000 2,847,000 SALE OF LAND 1,000,0001,000,000 STORM WATER FUND 5,030,0001,140,000 990,000 990,000 480,000 1,430,000 TRANSIT FUND 3,175,000175,000 3,000,000 UNIVERSITY OF IOWA 451,000191,000 260,000 UTILITY FRANCHISE TAX 1,514,755290,875 305,970 305,970 305,970 305,970 WASTEWATER FUND 16,654,0002,788,000 1,455,500 3,040,000 750,000 8,620,500 WATER FUND 6,562,4251,646,000 1,427,100 909,325 1,240,000 1,340,000 31,670,409 27,805,570 28,164,295 19,233,470 43,489,470 150,363,214GRAND TOTAL Utility Franchise Tax, $1,514,755 Federal Grants, $23,470,920 University of Iowa, $451,000 Other State Grants, $1,340,200 Other Local Governments, $5,675,000 Contributions & Donations, $130,000 General Fund, $7,383,634Road Use Tax Fund, $15,382,200Water Fund, $6,562,425 Wastewater Fund, $16,654,000 Parking Fund, $1,855,000 Transit Fund, $3,175,000 Airport Fund, $518,400 Central Services Fund, $100,000 Refuse Collection Fund, $500,000 Landfill Fund, $4,725,000 Storm Water Fund, $5,030,000 ITS Fund, $275,000 Equipment Fund, $4,553,200 GO Bonds, $48,967,480 Revenue Bonds, $1,100,000 Sale of Land, $1,000,000 Capital Improvement Program by Funding Source 2018-2022 $150,363,214 Capital Improvement Plan 2018-2022 City of Iowa City, Iowa PROJECTS BY FUNDING SOURCE 2018 2022thru TotalSourceProject #Priority 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 AIRPORT FUND A3447 50,00050,000Airport Parking Lot Expansion 3 A3461 85,80085,800Airfield Pavement Rehabilitation 1 A3462 60,00030,000 30,000Hangar A Door Replacement 2 A3465 15,00015,000Runway 7 Environmental Assessment 2 A3466 117,000117,000Runway 7 Extension (213')2 A3469 120,000120,000Airport Frontage/Viewing Area Improvements 4 A3470 31,00031,000Runway 25 Threshold Relocation 1 A3471 39,60039,600Runway 12/30 Threshold Displacement/Relocation 1 518,400120,000 96,000 147,000 69,600 85,800AIRPORT FUND Total CENTRAL SERVICES FUND P3982 100,000100,000Non-Public Safety Radio System Back-up Tower 3 100,000100,000CENTRAL SERVICES FUND Total CONTRIBUTIONS & DONATIONS R4355 30,00030,000IC Kickers Park Soccer Field Addition 3 S3854 100,000100,000American Legion Rd-Scott Blvd to Taft Ave 2 130,00030,000 100,000CONTRIBUTIONS & DONATIONS Total EQUIPMENT FUND P3959 1,100,0001,100,000Public Works Facility 3 P3983 123,200123,200Equipment Shop Parking Lot Asphalt Overlay 2 P3984 330,000330,000Equipment Shop Roof Replacement 2 T3055 3,000,0003,000,000Transit/Equipment Facility Relocation 2 4,553,2001,430,000 123,200 3,000,000EQUIPMENT FUND Total FEDERAL GRANTS A3465 135,000135,000Runway 7 Environmental Assessment 2 A3466 1,053,0001,053,000Runway 7 Extension (213')2 A3470 279,000279,000Runway 25 Threshold Relocation 1 A3471 356,400356,400Runway 12/30 Threshold Displacement/Relocation 1 R4227 1,000,0001,000,000Hwy 6 Trail - Sycamore to Heinz 5 S3834 1,511,0001,511,000Burlington & Madison Intersection Improvements 3 S3854 4,070,6604,070,660American Legion Rd-Scott Blvd to Taft Ave 2 S3935 820,000820,000Prentiss Street Bridge Replacement 1 S3936 930,000930,000Melrose Avenue Improvements 2 S3947 1,315,8601,315,860Benton Street Rehabilitation Project 2 TotalSourceProject #Priority 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 T3055 12,000,00012,000,000Transit/Equipment Facility Relocation 2 23,470,9202,331,000 414,000 6,053,660 2,672,260 12,000,000FEDERAL GRANTS Total GENERAL FUND B4344 200,000200,000Reconfigure Computer Lab & Children's Room 2 B4345 25,80025,800Library HVAC Repairs 2 E4520 750,000150,000 150,000 150,000 150,000 150,000Climate Action Plan Implementation 3 G4723 2,800,0002,800,000County Behavioral Access Center 2 KNEW1 350,000350,000Senior Center Improvements 2 R4129 250,00050,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000City Hall - Other Projects 1 R4130 500,000100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000Parks Annual Improvements/Maintenance 1 R4132 150,00030,000 30,000 30,000 30,000 30,000Park Annual ADA Accessibility Improvements 1 R4145 50,00050,000Cemetery Road Asphalt Overlay 2 R4206 125,00025,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000Intra-city Bike Trails 2 R4330 325,00065,000 65,000 65,000 65,000 65,000Annual Recreation Center Improvements 1 R4351 475,00045,000 430,000Recreation Center ADA Improvements 1 R4352 425,000425,000Mercer Park Pool Improvements 2 R4354 51,75051,750Cemetery Shop Roof Replacement 2 R4355 45,00045,000IC Kickers Park Soccer Field Addition 3 R4360 78,00078,000East Side Sports Complex Tree Buffer 4 R4362 350,000350,000Napoleon Park Softball Fields 5-8 Renovation 3 Y4440 135,084135,084Police Department Flooring & Cabinets 4 Y4441 250,000250,000Police Car & Body Camera Replacement 1 Z4406 48,00048,000Fire Apparatus Replacement Program 1 7,383,634896,834 4,003,800 893,000 820,000 770,000GENERAL FUND Total GO BONDS B4343 400,000400,000Library Carpet and Furnishings Replacement 2 E4522 150,000150,000City Hall Remodel for MPOJC 2 P3959 700,000700,000Public Works Facility 3 P3981 680,000680,000West Riverbank Stabilization 1 R4185 860,000200,000 660,000Riverfront Crossings Park Development 1 R4204 1,700,0001,700,000Iowa River Trail, Benton St - Highway 6 2 R4225 253,000253,000Highway 1 Sidewalk/Trail 3 R4227 900,000200,000 700,000Hwy 6 Trail - Sycamore to Heinz 5 R4322 650,000650,000Willow Creek/Kiwanis Park Improvements 2 R4340 6,200,0003,100,000 3,100,000Pedestrian Mall Reconstruction 1 R4341 650,000650,000Creekside Park Redevelopment 3 R4345 168,500168,500Cardigan Park Development 2 R4346 370,000370,000New West Side Park Development 2 R4348 125,000125,000Fairmeadows Playground and Shelter 2 R4349 500,000500,000Wetherby Restroom, Shelter & Playground Upgrades 2 R4350 365,000365,000Chadek Green Park Restrooms and Shelter 2 R4356 650,000650,000Lower City Park Adventure Playground 2 R4357 185,000185,000Whispering Meadows Shelter & Playground 2 R4358 490,000490,000Lower City Park Shelters & Restroom Replacement 2 R4359 370,000370,000Kiwanis Park Playground & Shelter Renovation 2 R4363 490,000490,000Upper City Park Shelters & Restroom Replacement 2 R4364 185,000185,000Scott Park Shelter and Playground Replacement 2 R4365 245,000245,000Hickory Hill Park Conklin St Shelter & Restrooms 2 R4366 215,000215,000Glendale Park Shelter & Playground Replacement 2 R4367 185,000185,000Napoleon Park Playground & Accessible Path 2 TotalSourceProject #Priority 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 R4368 185,000185,000Court Hill Park Shelter & Playground Replacement 2 R4369 700,000700,000Mercer/Scanlon- HVAC Dehumidification 1 R4370 700,000700,000RAL Recreation Center Pool Filter and HVAC 2 S3809 5,000,0005,000,000Iowa City Gateway Project (Dubuque St)1 S3854 4,851,3404,851,340American Legion Rd-Scott Blvd to Taft Ave 2 S3933 205,000205,000Riverside Drive Streetscape Improvements 4 S3934 4,210,0004,210,000McCollister Blvd - Gilbert to Sycamore 2 S3936 1,470,0001,470,000Melrose Avenue Improvements 2 S3939 1,114,5001,114,500Dubuque Street Reconstruction 1 S3940 1,500,0001,500,000Kirkwood Avenue to Capitol Street Connection 2 S3944 1,150,0001,150,000First Ave/Scott Blvd Intersection Improvements 2 S3945 750,000750,000Gilbert Street Intersection Improvements 2 S3946 6,045,000775,000 5,270,000Court Street Reconstruction 2 S3947 1,494,1401,494,140Benton Street Rehabilitation Project 2 S3948 150,000150,000Rochester Avenue Sidewalk Infill Project 3 Z4406 1,756,000716,000 1,040,000Fire Apparatus Replacement Program 1 48,967,48011,753,500 9,523,000 9,382,340 8,718,640 9,590,000GO BONDS Total ITS FUND G4724 275,000275,000Infrastructure Asset Management 3 275,000275,000ITS FUND Total LANDFILL FUND L3328 800,000800,000Landfill Equipment Building Replacement 2 L3329 90,00090,000Landfill Tarp Deployment System 3 L3330 440,00040,000 400,000Landfill Leachate Pumping System 2 L3331 1,500,0001,500,000Landfill Cell Design and Construction 1 L3332 475,000475,000Landfill Bulldozer 1 W3220 1,420,000110,000 1,310,000Melrose - Landfill Water Main Extension 2 4,725,0002,105,000 510,000 1,310,000 800,000LANDFILL FUND Total OTHER LOCAL GOVERNMENTS G4723 4,000,0004,000,000County Behavioral Access Center 2 R4352 75,00075,000Mercer Park Pool Improvements 2 S3936 1,600,0001,600,000Melrose Avenue Improvements 2 5,675,0004,000,000 1,675,000OTHER LOCAL GOVERNMENTS Total OTHER STATE GRANTS A3461 200,200200,200Airfield Pavement Rehabilitation 1 A3462 140,00070,000 70,000Hangar A Door Replacement 2 R4225 500,000500,000Highway 1 Sidewalk/Trail 3 S3834 500,000500,000Burlington & Madison Intersection Improvements 3 1,340,200500,000 500,000 70,000 70,000 200,200OTHER STATE GRANTS Total PARKING FUND T3004 1,600,000400,000 300,000 300,000 300,000 300,000Parking Facility Restoration Repair 2 T3009 60,00060,000Parking Facility & Enforcement Automation 3 TotalSourceProject #Priority 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 T3018 60,00060,000Parking Equipment EMV Upgrade 2 T3019 135,000135,000Recreation Center Parking Lot Asphalt Overlay 2 1,855,000595,000 360,000 300,000 300,000 300,000PARKING FUND Total REFUSE COLLECTION FUND P3959 500,000500,000Public Works Facility 3 500,000500,000REFUSE COLLECTION FUND Total REVENUE BONDS W3301 1,100,0001,100,000Water Distribution Pressure Zone Improvements 1 1,100,0001,100,000REVENUE BONDS Total ROAD USE TAX FUND P3959 1,000,0001,000,000Public Works Facility 3 S3814 750,000150,000 150,000 150,000 150,000 150,000Annual Traffic Signal Projects 3 S3816 75,00015,000 15,000 15,000 15,000 15,000Traffic Calming 3 S3822 500,000100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000Curb Ramps-ADA 1 S3824 9,610,0001,482,000 1,882,000 1,982,000 2,082,000 2,182,000Annual Pavement Rehabilitation 1 S3827 900,000150,000 150,000 300,000 150,000 150,000Bicycle Master Plan Implementation 3 S3868 117,200117,200Mormon Trek Traffic and Lighting Improvements 3 S3910 1,250,000250,000 250,000 250,000 250,000 250,000Annual Bridge Maintenance & Repair 1 S3935 205,000205,000Prentiss Street Bridge Replacement 1 S3942 375,000375,000Governor Street Overlay 2 S3943 450,000450,000Riverside Drive Asphalt Overlay 2 V3146 150,000150,000Melrose Court Sanitary Sewer Replacement 2 15,382,2004,444,200 2,547,000 2,797,000 2,747,000 2,847,000ROAD USE TAX FUND Total SALE OF LAND P3959 1,000,0001,000,000Public Works Facility 3 1,000,0001,000,000SALE OF LAND Total STORM WATER FUND M3631 1,200,000240,000 240,000 240,000 240,000 240,000Annual Storm Water Improvements 2 M3632 750,000750,000Lower Muscatine Area Storm Sewer Improvements 2 M3633 1,180,000140,000 1,040,000North Westminster Storm Sewer Upgrades 2 P3959 300,000300,000Public Works Facility 3 R4322 100,000100,000Willow Creek/Kiwanis Park Improvements 2 R4340 250,000250,000Pedestrian Mall Reconstruction 1 S3809 500,000500,000Iowa City Gateway Project (Dubuque St)1 S3934 400,000400,000McCollister Blvd - Gilbert to Sycamore 2 S3939 100,000100,000Dubuque Street Reconstruction 1 S3940 150,000150,000Kirkwood Avenue to Capitol Street Connection 2 V3146 100,000100,000Melrose Court Sanitary Sewer Replacement 2 5,030,0001,140,000 990,000 990,000 480,000 1,430,000STORM WATER FUND Total TRANSIT FUND TotalSourceProject #Priority 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 T3018 15,00015,000Parking Equipment EMV Upgrade 2 T3055 3,000,0003,000,000Transit/Equipment Facility Relocation 2 T3059 50,00050,000Transit Bus Shelter Replacement & Expansion 2 T3063 50,00050,000Transit Facility Parking Lot Asphalt Overlay 2 T3064 60,00060,000Transit Mobile Column Vehicle Lift 2 3,175,000175,000 3,000,000TRANSIT FUND Total UNIVERSITY OF IOWA Z4406 451,000191,000 260,000Fire Apparatus Replacement Program 1 451,000191,000 260,000UNIVERSITY OF IOWA Total UTILITY FRANCHISE TAX S3824 605,902116,350 122,388 122,388 122,388 122,388Annual Pavement Rehabilitation 1 S3826 908,853174,525 183,582 183,582 183,582 183,582Underground Electrical Facilities 2 1,514,755290,875 305,970 305,970 305,970 305,970UTILITY FRANCHISE TAX Total WASTEWATER FUND S3809 2,000,0002,000,000Iowa City Gateway Project (Dubuque St)1 V3101 3,500,000500,000 750,000 750,000 750,000 750,000Annual Sewer Main Replacement 2 V3144 450,000450,000Wastewater Clarifier Repairs 1 V3145 2,025,000475,000 1,550,000Scott Boulevard Trunk Sewer 2 V3147 350,00060,000 290,000Nevada Ave Sanitary Sewer Replacement 2 V3148 105,500105,500West Park Lift Station Rehabilitation 2 V3149 139,500139,500Heat Exchanger Replacement 1 V3150 65,00065,000Digester Cover Renovation 1 V3151 7,870,5007,870,500Digester Complex Rehabilitation 1 V3152 148,500148,500WWTF Influent Channel Modifications 1 16,654,0002,788,000 1,455,500 3,040,000 750,000 8,620,500WASTEWATER FUND Total WATER FUND P3959 500,000500,000Public Works Facility 3 R4340 250,000250,000Pedestrian Mall Reconstruction 1 S3934 600,000600,000McCollister Blvd - Gilbert to Sycamore 2 S3935 50,00050,000Prentiss Street Bridge Replacement 1 S3939 150,000150,000Dubuque Street Reconstruction 1 S3940 250,000250,000Kirkwood Avenue to Capitol Street Connection 2 S3945 175,000175,000Gilbert Street Intersection Improvements 2 W3212 637,10060,000 577,100First Avenue (400-500 Block) Water Main Replace 2 W3216 217,350217,350Spruce St. (1300-1400 Block) Water Main Repl 3 W3221 700,000100,000 600,000Nutrient Removal Project 2 W3222 551,975551,975Dill St. Water Main Replacement 1 W3226 606,000606,000Water Plant & Storage Reservoir SCADA Replacement 2 W3300 340,00040,000 300,000Bradford Drive Water Main Replacement 3 W3303 340,00040,000 300,000Sixth Avenue Water Main Replacement 1 W3304 75,00075,000Water Plant Softener Improvements 3 W3305 150,000150,000Jordan Well Rehabilitation 1 W3307 40,00040,000Deforest Ave Water Main Replacement 1 W3311 700,000100,000 100,000 500,000Collector Well Capacity Improvements 3 W3312 80,00080,000Silurian Well Rehabilitation 1 TotalSourceProject #Priority 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 W3313 100,000100,000Hwy 1 Water (Miller to Willow) Main Replacement 2 W3314 50,00050,000High Service Pump VFD Replacement 2 6,562,4251,646,000 1,427,100 909,325 1,240,000 1,340,000WATER FUND Total 150,363,21431,670,409 27,805,570 28,164,295 19,233,470 43,489,470GRAND TOTAL PARKS & RECREATION Total20182019202020212022DepartmentProject #Priority R4129 250,00050,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000City Hall - Other Projects 3 R4130 500,000100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000Parks Annual Improvements/Maintenance 3 R4132 150,00030,000 30,000 30,000 30,000 30,000Park Annual ADA Accessibility Improvements 3 R4206 125,00025,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000Intra-city Bike Trails 3 R4330 325,00065,000 65,000 65,000 65,000 65,000Annual Recreation Center Improvements 3 1,350,000270,000 270,000 270,000 270,000 270,000PARKS & RECREATION Total Annual improvements needed to maintain City Hall building including HVAC, Boiler, fire suppression, security and other building components. 2018 City Hall Boiler Replacement. 2019-2022 Undesignated at this time. R4129 City Hall - Other Projects Annual funding for small capital projects and improvements throughout park system. Priorities per the 2017 Park Master Plan are: Park Signs, Site Furnishings, Shelter/Facility Maintenance, Court Maintenance, Partner Opportunities for Small Projects and Emerging Opportunities and Needs. R4130 Parks Annual Improvements/Maintenance Small projects in parks to improve and enhance physical accessility to park facilities and activity centers. 2018 - Mercer Playground Area, Pheasant Hill, Kiwanis and Tower Court parks; 2019 - College Green, Happy Hollow, and Brookland parks ; 2020 - Black Spring Circle, Harlocke Hill, Reno Street, and Hunter's Run parks; 2021 - Ryerson's Wood Shelter, Oak Grove Park, Thornberry Dog Park and Crandic Park; 2022 is unspecified R4132 Park Annual ADA Accessibility Improvements Annual appropriation for the construction or repair of bike trails. R4206 Intra-city Bike Trails Annual projects to maintain RALRC & Mercer/Scanlon Recreation Centers. FY18 - RALRC Pool Deck Family Restrooms ($26K) and Building ADA compliant signage ($49K). FY19 RALRC Fire Alarm System Update ($40K) and HVAC Component Replacements ($35K). FY20 - reserve funding for FY21. FY21 Upper Level ADA Restrooms Remodel, Move kitchen to social Hall and move staff offices displaced by new kitchen location ($150K). FY22 - Not yet designated. R4330 Annual Recreation Center Improvements PUBLIC WORKS Total20182019202020212022DepartmentProject #Priority M3631 1,200,000240,000 240,000 240,000 240,000 240,000Annual Storm Water Improvements 3 S3814 750,000150,000 150,000 150,000 150,000 150,000Annual Traffic Signal Projects 3 S3816 75,00015,000 15,000 15,000 15,000 15,000Traffic Calming 3 S3822 500,000100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000Curb Ramps-ADA 3 S3824 10,215,9021,598,350 2,004,388 2,104,388 2,204,388 2,304,388Annual Pavement Rehabilitation 3 S3826 908,853174,525 183,582 183,582 183,582 183,582Underground Electrical Facilities 3 S3827 900,000150,000 150,000 300,000 150,000 150,000Bicycle Master Plan Implementation 3 S3910 1,250,000250,000 250,000 250,000 250,000 250,000Annual Bridge Maintenance & Repair 3 V3101 3,500,000500,000 750,000 750,000 750,000 750,000Annual Sewer Main Replacement 3 19,299,7553,177,875 3,842,970 4,092,970 4,042,970 4,142,970PUBLIC WORKS Total This is an annual project that will repair and/or improve storm water infrastructure throughout the City. M3631 Annual Storm Water Improvements This is an annual project to replace or add traffic signals at intersections with outdated traffic signal equipment or at dangerous and uncontrolled intersections. S3814 Annual Traffic Signal Projects Annual appropriation for traffic calming projects S3816 Traffic Calming Annual appropriation for the construction of ADA accessible curb ramps. S3822 Curb Ramps-ADA Annual appropriation for resurfacing roadways and alleys including asphalt, concrete, and brick. S3824 Annual Pavement Rehabilitation This is an annual project to convert overhead electrical systems to underground. Dubuque Street, Riverside Drive, and Gilbert Street are currently the priority corridors for undergrounding electrical facilities. S3826 Underground Electrical Facilities This is an annual project to implement the recommendations of the bicycle master plan. Improvement projects include construction of bike lanes, bike boulevards, and other features that will improve streets to promote equal access and usability for all modes of transportation. Projects also fund the conversion of 4-lane roads into 3-lane roads in certain areas that are highly used by all of the various modes of transportation. Projects are scheduled as follows: 2018 - Camp Cardinal Bike Lanes; Dodge Street Bike Lanes, Summit to Burlington 2019 - Prentiss & Bowery Bicycle Boulevard ; College Bicycle Boulevard ; Governor & Dodge Bike Lanes, Burlington to Bowery 2020 - Gilbert Street, 4-lane to 3-lane Conversion; Jefferson & Market Buffered Bike Lanes 2021 - Southgate Bike Lanes-Keokuk to Gilbert ; Sandusky/Taylor Bicycle Blvd-Burns to Keokuk ; Keokuk Bike Lanes, Hwy 6 to Sandusky 2021 - Lakeside Bicycle Blvd; Wetherby Bicycle Blvd S3827 Bicycle Master Plan Implementation This provides for the biennial inspection and preservation of Iowa City's bridges including major repairs and restoration. S3910 Annual Bridge Maintenance & Repair This project consists of annual sanitary sewer repairs and preventive maintenance throughout the sewer system. V3101 Annual Sewer Main Replacement Description Expand airport parking to construct additional spaces around the airport beacon circle. Project would create 15-20 additional spaces. Project #A3447 Priority Efficiency Improvement (3) Justification Airport parking is becoming frequently more full as the airport has become better utilized by charter passenger customers and other groups and employees using the airport. There are now weekly occurances where the parking is 100% full. Airport applied for state grant funds, however project did not receive funds. Budget Impact/Other There will be a minor increase in pavement mainteance costs for recurring maintenance/striping and snow and ice removal. Useful Life 20 years Project Name Airport Parking Lot Expansion Category Airport Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$50,000 Contact Michael Tharp Department AIRPORT MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 10,00010,000PLANNING/DESIGN 35,00035,000CONSTRUCTION 5,0005,000CONTINGENCY 50,000 50,000Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 50,00050,000AIRPORT FUND 50,000 50,000Total Description This project prepares for pavement replacement near the terminal building by placing additional pavement on the west of the aircraft parking apron in order to main the existing available parking area during reconstruction. Project would not proceed without state funding. Project #A3461 Priority Critical (1) Justification Runway Pavements are approaching 10 years old and is starting to require repair. Budget Impact/Other This project would add minor additonal expenses related to pavement maintenance and snow plowing/clearing operations. Annual cost savings is expected to be less than $10,000. Useful Life 30 Years Project Name Airfield Pavement Rehabilitation Category Airport Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$286,000 Contact Michael Tharp Department AIRPORT MATCH %30% GRANTEE IDOT TIF DISTRICT None PLAN Airport Master Plan Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 48,00048,000PLANNING/DESIGN 238,000238,000CONSTRUCTION 286,000 286,000Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 85,80085,800AIRPORT FUND 200,200200,200OTHER STATE GRANTS 286,000 286,000Total Project Summary by Name Description Hangar A door replacement; hangar A has 10 doors to be replaced. Phase 1 and 2 will replace approximately 4 doors each pending bids. Phase 3 is a future project. Project #A3462 Priority Essential (2) Justification Hangar building A contains doors that are manual operation on a pulley/counterweight system. These doors are becoming difficult for some tenants to operate, and are frequently the last hangars to be rented when openings occur. Proposal is to replace the doors with electric motor doors which would enhance the appeal of the hangar and allow for rates to be in line with other hangars of similar size with motorized doors. Project would not occur without state grant assistance. Budget Impact/Other Minor decrease in operating expenses due to decreased maintenance and repair expenses on the doors. The decrease in operating expenditures is less than $10,000. Useful Life 50 years Project Name Hangar A Door Replacement Category Airport Type Multi-Phase Total Project Cost:$200,000 Contact Michael Tharp Department AIRPORT MATCH %30% GRANTEE IDOT TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 33,60016,800 16,800PLANNING/DESIGN 166,40083,200 83,200CONSTRUCTION 100,000 100,000 200,000Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 60,00030,000 30,000AIRPORT FUND 140,00070,000 70,000OTHER STATE GRANTS 100,000 100,000 200,000Total Description Follow up project from Runway 7/25 Conversion. This is the Environmental Assessment required before constructing an approximately 213 feet extension at the Runway 7 end of Runway 7/25. Project #A3465 Priority Essential (2) Justification One of the primary comments from pilots was a concern of the landing distance on 7/25. This project is the second part of the 7/25 runway categorical change and will extend the Runway 7/25 runway by approximately 213 feet. Budget Impact/Other The operating impact is negligible. Useful Life 10 years Project Name Runway 7 Environmental Assessment Category Airport Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$150,000 Contact Michael Tharp Department AIRPORT MATCH %10% GRANTEE FAA TIF DISTRICT None PLAN Airport Master Plan Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 150,000150,000PLANNING/DESIGN 150,000 150,000Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 15,00015,000AIRPORT FUND 135,000135,000FEDERAL GRANTS 150,000 150,000Total Project Summary by Name Description This project will construct an extension to runway 7/25 of approximately 213 feet. Project #A3466 Priority Essential (2) Justification One of the primary comments from pilots was a concern of the landing distance on 7/25. This project is the second part of the 7/25 runway categorical change and will extend the Runway 7/25 runway by approximately 213 feet. Budget Impact/Other This project will add additional runway to clear during inclement weather and to provide additional maintenance and repairs. The estimated additional expenditures are less than $10,000 per year. Useful Life 50 years Project Name Runway 7 Extension (213') Category Airport Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$1,170,000 Contact Michael Tharp Department AIRPORT MATCH %10% GRANTEE FAA TIF DISTRICT None PLAN Airport Master Plan Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 235,000235,000PLANNING/DESIGN 935,000935,000CONSTRUCTION 1,170,000 1,170,000Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 117,000117,000AIRPORT FUND 1,053,0001,053,000FEDERAL GRANTS 1,170,000 1,170,000Total Description Replace trees along airport entry drive and in area of US Air Force Display Jet. Make the Airport entry point more visible to traveling north from the south on Riverside Drive. Improvements to Airport Viewing Area to make it a more park like destination. Project #A3469 Priority Aesthetic Improvement (4) Justification Airport entry when traveling from the south is obscured by existing trees/shrubbery. Trees along main entry road are becoming diseased and will require replacement. Airport Viewing area consists of just a small picnic area with a covered open shelter. This work is meant to beautify the airport entrance by removing and replacing dead/dying trees and opening up the entrance to be more visible. Viewing area improvements are meant to make the airport a better destination park for those interested in watching aviation. Airport Commission desires to complete some work in advance of 100th anniversary. Budget Impact/Other This project will have minimal operating and maintenance expense due. Groundskeeping expenses are already being incurred by the Airport. Useful Life 25 years Project Name Airport Frontage/Viewing Area Improvements Category Airport Type Multi-Phase Total Project Cost:$120,000 Contact Michael Tharp Department AIRPORT MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 20,00020,000PLANNING/DESIGN 100,000100,000CONSTRUCTION 120,000 120,000Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 120,000120,000AIRPORT FUND 120,000 120,000Total Project Summary by Name Description Runway 25 Threshold Relocation and Re-lighting. Project #A3470 Priority Critical (1) Justification The 808' displaced threshold is no longer required due to change in critical design aircraft. This project shifts the location of the displaced threshold to gain 700 feet of additional takeoff and landing distance distance for pilots using Runway 25. Budget Impact/Other The budget impact of this change is neutral; it does add or remove existing infrastructure. Useful Life 20 years Project Name Runway 25 Threshold Relocation Category Airport Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$310,000 Contact Michael Tharp Department AIRPORT MATCH %10% GRANTEE FAA TIF DISTRICT None PLAN Airport Master Plan Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 48,00048,000PLANNING/DESIGN 262,000262,000CONSTRUCTION 310,000 310,000Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 31,00031,000AIRPORT FUND 279,000279,000FEDERAL GRANTS 310,000 310,000Total Description Runway 12 Threshold Displacement - Runway 30 Threshold Relocation Project #A3471 Priority Critical (1) Justification The Airport Master Plan completed in 2016 identifies a threshold displacement on Runway 12 of 500 feet to minimize the number of potential obstructions to the Runway 12 approach. The plan mitigated the impactes to Runway 12/30 by adding length to the Runway 30 end that is available for takeoff but not for landings. Budget Impact/Other This project will add minor paving maintenance expenses due to the added pavement at Runway 30. Useful Life 20 years Project Name Runway 12/30 Threshold Displacement/Relocation Category Airport Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$396,000 Contact Michael Tharp Department AIRPORT MATCH %10% GRANTEE FAA TIF DISTRICT None PLAN Airport Master Plan Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 61,16061,160PLANNING/DESIGN 334,840334,840CONSTRUCTION 396,000 396,000Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 39,60039,600AIRPORT FUND 356,400356,400FEDERAL GRANTS 396,000 396,000Total Project Summary by Name Description This funding is for the City of Iowa City's estimated proportional share of the capital costs of a countywide behavioral access center to serve clients experiencing mental health and/or substance abuse crises. Partners in the project include local healthcare providers, government and nonprofit agencies. Project #G4723 Priority Essential (2) Justification Many stakeholders throughout the community have been working on this concept for a number of years. City Council identified this project as a funding priority during preliminary budget discussions. Budget Impact/Other This project will impact the City's budget as it will most likely require ongoing financial assistance. The amount of assistance is unknown at this time and could vary considerably. Useful Life 50 years Project Name County Behavioral Access Center Category City Manager Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$6,800,000 Contact Geoff Fruin Department CITY MANAGER MATCH %40% GRANTEE Local Governments TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 6,800,0006,800,000CONSTRUCTION 6,800,000 6,800,000Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 2,800,0002,800,000GENERAL FUND 4,000,0004,000,000OTHER LOCAL GOVERNMENTS 6,800,000 6,800,000Total Description Asset managerment software that could be utilized by all city departments to manage the physical assets for planning and management of current or future projects. Project #G4724 Priority Efficiency Improvement (3) Justification This product will allow departments to organize and more thoroughly plan for current and future projects taking into account the physical location and current status of assets in relation to a particular project. This process will allow for documentation, future planning, and maintenance tracking of assets. Assets could include but are not limited to fiber, sewer, water, streets, signs, and sidewalks Budget Impact/Other The impact on the operating budget will be the cost on maintenance each year of approximately $20,000. The benefit to the operating budget is more efficent use of staff time and potentially lower project costs and reduced unforseen costs. Useful Life 10 years Project Name Infrastructure Asset Management Category Information Technology Servic Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$275,000 Contact Michael Harapat Department FINANCE MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 25,00025,000PLANNING/DESIGN 250,000250,000OTHER 275,000 275,000Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 275,000275,000ITS FUND 275,000 275,000Total Project Summary by Name Description Replacement of Fire Department equipment: 2020 Fire Pumper #351 2020 Scotty House 2021 Fire Pumper/Aerial #358 Project #Z4406 Priority Critical (1) Justification The Fire Safety House is used to conduct safety demonstrations throughout the community. The department recommends replacement per the established schedule. Fleet Management Scoring indicates Fire Pumper #351 will exceed scoring thresholds, necessitating replacement in 2020. Fire Pumper Aerial #358 is scheduled for replacement in 2021. Budget Impact/Other The operating expenses for the City should decrease due to the replacement of older equipment with newer equipment. The estimated decrease in operating expenses is less than $10,000. Useful Life 16 years Project Name Fire Apparatus Replacement Program Category Fire Type Multi-Phase Total Project Cost:$2,255,000 Contact John Grier Department FIRE MATCH %VARIES GRANTEE U OF I TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 2,255,000955,000 1,300,000EQUIPMENT 955,000 1,300,000 2,255,000Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 48,00048,000GENERAL FUND 1,756,000716,000 1,040,000GO BONDS 451,000191,000 260,000UNIVERSITY OF IOWA 955,000 1,300,000 2,255,000Total Project Summary by Name Description A multi-phase project to replace carpeting and some furnishings in large areas of the Library. This project could be done in 1, 2, or 3 years. First floor has 31,000 square feet of carpet, 2nd floor has 39,000. Architects estimates in today's dollars for carpet, demo and floor prep, moving, GC, insurance, fees, bonds, contingency, and phasing is $819,000. Some areas will not be recarpeted. In addition, some of the original furnishings, including all of the public access internet stations need replacing. Project #B4343 Priority Essential (2) Justification Since the building opened in 2004, 8,435,590 people have come through the doors (this number will easily surpass 10M before this project begins). The Library is a heavily visited public space in the heart of downtown, ongoing investment to keep the building looking good is necessary. Budget Impact/Other This project will save minor costs associated with carpet repair but is less than $10,000/year. Useful Life 15 years Project Name Library Carpet and Furnishings Replacement Category Library Type Multi-Phase Total Project Cost:$400,000 Contact Susan Craig Department LIBRARY MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 400,000400,000EQUIPMENT 400,000 400,000Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 400,000400,000GO BONDS 400,000 400,000Total Description Reconfigure two internal areas in the library involves minor construction and new furnishings. Half of funding is from contributions in the Library gifts fund in the General Fund. Project #B4344 Priority Essential (2) Justification The Library Computer Lab area is 14 years old and in need of significant redesign. It was orignally planned just as a classroom with fixed furniture and once-size- fits-all computer stations. More space will be gained by removing a wall, and more flexibility will result from improved access to electricity and data connections. Furnishings and equipment will be upgraded to allow a better and more varied user experience. In the Children's Room, a back corner will be reconfigured with new furnishings, storage, carpet, and electrical access to provide a modern space designed especially for upper elementary school-age children. Budget Impact/Other This reconfiguration will not have a significant impact on the operating budget. Useful Life 15 years Project Name Reconfigure Computer Lab & Children's Room Category Library Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$200,000 Contact Susan Craig Department LIBRARY MATCH %50% GRANTEE LIBRARY DONATIONS TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 15,00015,000PLANNING/DESIGN 120,000120,000CONSTRUCTION 65,00065,000EQUIPMENT 200,000 200,000Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 200,000200,000GENERAL FUND 200,000 200,000Total Project Summary by Name Description Several years ago there was an engineering study done to determine, among other things, a replacement schedule for HVAC components for the library building. They recommend replacing four blower coils and four condensing units in 2019 at an estimated cost of $25,800. Project #B4345 Priority Essential (2) Justification These maintenance items are important to the regular and safe functioning of the building and prevent costly emergency repairs. Budget Impact/Other This project will hopefully prevent costly emergency repairs, but is otherwise budget neutral. Useful Life 20 years Project Name Library HVAC Repairs Category Library Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$25,800 Contact Susan Craig Department LIBRARY MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 25,80025,800EQUIPMENT 25,800 25,800Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 25,80025,800GENERAL FUND 25,800 25,800Total Description Remodeling of lower level (MPOJC) of City Hall which includes the addition of a conference room and carpeting. Project #E4522 Priority Essential (2) Justification Necessary to complete the integration of Planning and HIS Departments. Budget Impact/Other After construction, no additional operating impact over current maintenance expenses are expected. Useful Life 25 years Project Name City Hall Remodel for MPOJC Category Development Services Type Multi-Phase Total Project Cost:$150,000 Contact Kent Ralston Department NEIGHBORHOOD & DEVEL MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 10,00010,000PLANNING/DESIGN 130,000130,000CONSTRUCTION 10,00010,000CONTINGENCY 150,000 150,000Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 150,000150,000GO BONDS 150,000 150,000Total Project Summary by Name Description Mill and resurface with 2" asphalt overlay on a portion of the 19,090sf of road in the cemtery. Project #R4145 Priority Essential (2) Justification Cemetery roads recently reviewed by City Engineering staff for condition and priority for maintenace/resurfacing. The cemetery has not had an overlay project since 2011 and there are stretches of road that have excessive cracking and damage. Budget Impact/Other This project would slightly reduce maintenance costs of the roadways by replacing old asphalt. The estimated annual savings is less than $10,000 per year. Useful Life 15 years Project Name Cemetery Road Asphalt Overlay Category Cemetery Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$50,000 Contact Juli Seydell-Johnson Department PARKS & RECREATION MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 50,00050,000CONSTRUCTION 50,000 50,000Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 50,00050,000GENERAL FUND 50,000 50,000Total Description Development of the Riverfront Crossings Park on site of old wastewater plant in Riverfront Crossings District. Phase 2 implementation of the park element of the Riverfront Crossings Plan adds a restroom, picnic shelter, and power station to increase services available to users of the park and Nature Play Area is in 2018. Phase 3 adds lighting, electrical, and signage in 2019. Project #R4185 Priority Critical (1) Justification Adaptive reuse of the old wastewater treatment site by creation of a park amenity in the Riverfront Crossings District. Development of the park continues to spur private development in the District. Phase 1 of the park construction is scheduled for completion in Spring 2018. Budget Impact/Other Estimated impact on operating costs includes the potential for additional mowing, maintenance, insurance, utilities, and personnel. The estimated increase in operating costs would be between $50,000 and $100,000. Useful Life 20 years Project Name Riverfront Crossings Park Development Category Parks Maintenance Type Multi-Phase Total Project Cost:$1,860,000 Contact Juli Seydell-Johnson Department PARKS & RECREATION MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT Riverfront Crossings PLAN RF Crossings Park Master Plan Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 1,105,000505,000 600,000CONSTRUCTION 10,0005,000 5,000INSPECTION 10,0005,000 5,000ADMINISTRATION 100,00050,000 50,000CONTINGENCY 565,000 660,000 1,225,000Total Prior 635,000 Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 860,000200,000 660,000GO BONDS 200,000 660,000 860,000Total Prior 1,000,000 Total Project Summary by Name Description This project will extend the Iowa River Trail from Benton St to Highway 6, on the west side of the Iowa River. Future phases of the trail could extend to Stergis Ferry Park and on top of the west side levee to McCollister Blvd. Project #R4204 Priority Essential (2) Justification The Iowa River Trail system is a long-time trail plan which has taken decades to develop. The segment from Benton St to Highway 6 is one of the final phases in Iowa City, and is consistent with regional trails plans and the Riverfront Crossings Plan. The trail will improve bicycle and pedestrian accessibility in the Riverside Drive corridor. Budget Impact/Other This project will add approximately 0.5 miles of trail to the existing trail system - mainenance will be accomodated with existing trail maintenance activities. Estimated additional operating costs are less than $10,000 per year. Useful Life 40 Years Project Name Iowa River Trail, Benton St - Highway 6 Category Parks Maintenance Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$1,700,000 Contact Ben Clark Department PARKS & RECREATION MATCH %NONE GRANTEE TRAILS GRANT TIF DISTRICT Various PLAN Bike Master Plan Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 165,000165,000PLANNING/DESIGN 1,535,0001,535,000CONSTRUCTION 1,700,000 1,700,000Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 1,700,0001,700,000GO BONDS 1,700,000 1,700,000Total Description This project will construct a 10' wide sidewalk along IA Hwy 1 between Sunset Street and Mormon Trek Boulevard. Project #R4225 Priority Efficiency Improvement (3) Justification This project is an extension of the recently completed Hwy 1 Trail project that extends from Orchard Street to Sunset Street. This project is identified in the MPO Long Range Transportation Plan as a 'future' trail extension. This project would complete the planned Hwy 1 Trail system and ultimately connect the existing Iowa River Corridor Trail to the existing Mormon Trek Boulevard wide sidewalk. Budget Impact/Other Additional trail mileage will add minimally to snow plowing, mowing, and general maintenance expenses. Anticipated additional operating expenses are less than $10,000. Useful Life 40 Years Project Name Highway 1 Sidewalk/Trail Category Parks Maintenance Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$753,000 Contact Kent Ralston Department PARKS & RECREATION MATCH %VARIES GRANTEE TRAILS GRANT TIF DISTRICT None PLAN Bike Master Plan Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 75,00075,000PLANNING/DESIGN 678,000678,000CONSTRUCTION 75,000 678,000 753,000Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 253,000253,000GO BONDS 500,000500,000OTHER STATE GRANTS 753,000 753,000Total Project Summary by Name Description Construction of trail extension along Hwy 6 between Sycamore Street and Heinz Road and along First Avenue from the south side of Hwy 6 to Lower Muscatine Road. Project #R4227 Priority Non-essential (5) Justification This project is an extension of the Hwy 6 Trail and is an integral piece of the planned trail network. The project appears in MPOJC documents as a 'future' trail and also appears in the adopted 2009 Metropolitan Bicycle Master Plan. This project also meets the Council's Strategic Plan goal of 'Fostering Healthy Neighborhoods' by substantially improving the trail network. Budget Impact/Other This project will add an additional 6,800 feet of trail (approximate) to the Parks & Recreation Department snow plowing, mowing, and general maintenance expenses. Additional operating expenditures are estimated to be less than $10,000 per year. Useful Life 40 Years Project Name Hwy 6 Trail - Sycamore to Heinz Category Parks Maintenance Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$1,900,000 Contact Kent Ralston Department PARKS & RECREATION MATCH %VARIES GRANTEE TRAILS GRANT TIF DISTRICT None PLAN Bike Master Plan Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 200,000200,000PLANNING/DESIGN 1,700,0001,700,000CONSTRUCTION 200,000 1,700,000 1,900,000Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 1,000,0001,000,000FEDERAL GRANTS 900,000200,000 700,000GO BONDS 200,000 1,700,000 1,900,000Total Project Summary by Name Description Replace park shelter, restrooms, playground, creek restoration, and signage. Upgrade access paths. Considering additional physical accessibility elements and surfacing for a portion of playground. Project #R4322 Priority Essential (2) Justification Playground last renovated in 1997, shelter and restroom predate the playground. Accessibility and maintenance are noted as deficient by 2017 Park Master Plan and the park is scheduled for renovations to improve accessibility in 2019. Request based on 6-1-17 cost estimate from Snyder & Associates for similar scope project at Creekside Park. Budget Impact/Other No impact on operating budget as these are replacements for current facilities. This was the most reserved shelter in the park system in 2016. Similar use will likely continue and increase after renovations. Useful Life 20 years Project Name Willow Creek/Kiwanis Park Improvements Category Parks Maintenance Type Multi-Phase Total Project Cost:$1,150,000 Contact Juli Seydell-Johnson Department PARKS & RECREATION MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN Park Master Plan Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 40,00040,000PLANNING/DESIGN 660,000660,000CONSTRUCTION 5,0005,000INSPECTION 5,0005,000ADMINISTRATION 40,00040,000CONTINGENCY 750,000 750,000Total Prior 400,000 Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 650,000650,000GO BONDS 100,000100,000STORM WATER FUND 750,000 750,000Total Prior 400,000 Total Project Summary by Name Description This project is part of the downtown streetscape master plan. This project updates the Blackhawk mini park and the east and west wings of the pedestrian mall. The project includes replacing brick pavers, new landscape and lighting, enhanced fountain lighting , and a performance stage. Project #R4340 Priority Critical (1) Justification The pedestrian mall is a central gathering place for all in Iowa City and is in poor condition. The brick pavers, lighting, and utilities are in poor condition. This project will replace and enhance those features and add new amenities for this gather space. Budget Impact/Other This project should increase operating expenditures due to the addition of new amenities which should be partially offset by savings achieved from replacing the poor infrastructure. The estimated increase in operating expenditures is between $10,000 and $20,000 per year. Useful Life 40 Years Project Name Pedestrian Mall Reconstruction Category Parks Maintenance Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$8,550,000 Contact Geoff Fruin Department PARKS & RECREATION MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT City-University PLAN Downtown Streetscape Plan Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 7,500,0003,750,000 3,750,000CONSTRUCTION 300,000150,000 150,000INSPECTION 3,900,000 3,900,000 7,800,000Total Prior 750,000 Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 6,200,0003,100,000 3,100,000GO BONDS 250,000250,000STORM WATER FUND 250,000250,000WATER FUND 3,100,000 3,600,000 6,700,000Total Prior 1,800,000 Total Project Summary by Name Description Replace park shelter, restrooms, playground, sport court. Unpgrade access paths. Incorporate additional land into park design with trails, parking area and community garden space. Remove pedestrian bridge and add creek access point. Project #R4341 Priority Efficiency Improvement (3) Justification Condition of shelter, restrooms and playground all judged "poor" by 2017 Park Master Plan and park included as a 2018 high priority for renovation based upon conditions, improvements needed to increase physical accessibility and addition of several residential lots attached to the park. A series of public meetings was held with the neighborhood to develop the master plan for park renovations. Request based on 6-1-17 cost estimate from Snyder & Associates for items in Creekside Park Master Plan. Budget Impact/Other There will be negligible impact on operating budget as these are replacements for current facilities. . Useful Life 20 years Project Name Creekside Park Redevelopment Category Parks Maintenance Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$650,000 Contact Juli Seydell-Johnson Department PARKS & RECREATION MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN Park Master Plan Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 50,00050,000PLANNING/DESIGN 565,000565,000CONSTRUCTION 5,0005,000INSPECTION 5,0005,000ADMINISTRATION 25,00025,000CONTINGENCY 650,000 650,000Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 650,000650,000GO BONDS 650,000 650,000Total Project Summary by Name Description Development of Cardigan Park with trails, shelter, fire pit and landscaping. Project #R4345 Priority Essential (2) Justification Cardigan Park serves a newly developed neighborhood on the far east side of Iowa City. A series of neighborhood planning sessions were held in 2016 to develop plan for the park. The playground was installed in 2017. This project completes development of the park. Cost estimate based upon 90% plans. Budget Impact/Other This project will increase the annual operating expenditures due to the additional shelter and playground. The estimated increase is less than $10,000 per year. Useful Life 20 years Project Name Cardigan Park Development Category Parks Maintenance Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$193,000 Contact Juli Seydell-Johnson Department PARKS & RECREATION MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN Park Master Plan Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 140,000140,000CONSTRUCTION 1,5001,500INSPECTION 1,5001,500ADMINISTRATION 14,00014,000CONTINGENCY 157,000 157,000Total Prior 36,000 Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 168,500168,500GO BONDS 168,500 168,500Total Prior 24,500 Total Description Development of a park at a yet to be determined location in West District as described in 2017 Park Master Plan. Project #R4346 Priority Essential (2) Justification West District is deficient in City-owned park space and park facilities. Budget Impact/Other This project will increase operating expenditures due to the addition of new park amenities and finished park land. The estimated increase in operating expenditures is $20,000 per year. Useful Life 20 years Project Name New West Side Park Development Category Parks Maintenance Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$370,000 Contact Juli Seydell-Johnson Department PARKS & RECREATION MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN Park Master Plan Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 30,00030,000PLANNING/DESIGN 300,000300,000CONSTRUCTION 5,0005,000INSPECTION 5,0005,000ADMINISTRATION 30,00030,000CONTINGENCY 370,000 370,000Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 370,000370,000GO BONDS 370,000 370,000Total Project Summary by Name Description Replacement of shelter, park sign and small child playground. Project #R4348 Priority Essential (2) Justification Playground was noted as fair/poor condition with accessibility concerns in the 2017 Park Master Plan. Shelter needs renovation due to maintenance concerns and increased use from splash pad users. Budget Impact/Other This action is neutral to the operating budget as it replaces/updates current facilties. Useful Life 20 years Project Name Fairmeadows Playground and Shelter Category Parks Maintenance Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$125,000 Contact Juli Seydell-Johnson Department PARKS & RECREATION MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN Park Master Plan Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 10,00010,000PLANNING/DESIGN 100,000100,000CONSTRUCTION 2,5002,500INSPECTION 2,5002,500ADMINISTRATION 10,00010,000CONTINGENCY 125,000 125,000Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 125,000125,000GO BONDS 125,000 125,000Total Project Summary by Name Description Replace park shelter, restrooms, playground and signage. Upgrade access paths. Considering additional physical accessibility elements and surfacing for a portion of playground. Project #R4349 Priority Essential (2) Justification Accessbility and maintenance are noted as deficient by 2017 Park Master Plan and the park is scheduled for renovations to improve accessibility in 2020. Request based on 6-1-17 cost estimate from Snyder & Associates for similar scope project at Creekside Park. Budget Impact/Other This action is neutral to the operating budget as it replaces/updates current facilties. Useful Life 20 years Project Name Wetherby Restroom, Shelter & Playground Upgrades Category Parks Maintenance Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$500,000 Contact Juli Seydell-Johnson Department PARKS & RECREATION MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN Park Master Plan Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 25,00025,000PLANNING/DESIGN 450,000450,000CONSTRUCTION 2,5002,500INSPECTION 2,5002,500ADMINISTRATION 20,00020,000CONTINGENCY 500,000 500,000Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 500,000500,000GO BONDS 500,000 500,000Total Project Summary by Name Description Build picnic shelter, restrooms, accessible paths and parking at Chadek Green Park - Community Gardens. Project #R4350 Priority Essential (2) Justification Chadek Green community gardens are heavily used. There are no facilities in this park. The 2017 Park Master Plan schedules this project in 2021 to address park need in the Central District. Budget Impact/Other This project will increase the annual operating expenditures due to the additional restroom, shelter and playground. The estimated increase is less than $10,000 per year. Useful Life 20 years Project Name Chadek Green Park Restrooms and Shelter Category Parks Maintenance Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$365,000 Contact Juli Seydell-Johnson Department PARKS & RECREATION MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN Park Master Plan Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 30,00030,000PLANNING/DESIGN 300,000300,000CONSTRUCTION 2,5002,500INSPECTION 2,5002,500ADMINISTRATION 30,00030,000CONTINGENCY 365,000 365,000Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 365,000365,000GO BONDS 365,000 365,000Total Project Summary by Name Description RALRC Raquetball/Game Room repurpose to address multiple accessibility and life-safety issues. This was the top safety and ADA concern in the 2012 Facilities Study ($115K); Replace sound attenuation panels and basketball standards in RALRC Gym, update paint and gym floor ($95K); remodel swimming pool lockerrooms with new plumbing and improved layout for accessibility ($300K); Repair and repaint sturctural roof T's tension cable connections which are corroded and rusted ($90K) Project #R4351 Priority Critical (1) Justification This project is necessary for the continued operation of the RALRC. The project increases accessibilty and provides replacement to a number of components which are original to construction of the building in 1983. Budget Impact/Other This project would reduce maintenance and repair expenditures due to the replacement of older infrastructure. The estimated annual reduced operating expenditures is less than $10,000 per year. Useful Life 25 years Project Name Recreation Center ADA Improvements Category Recreation Type Multi-Phase Total Project Cost:$475,000 Contact Juli Seydell-Johnson Department PARKS & RECREATION MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN Facilities Master Plan Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 45,00045,000PLANNING/DESIGN 430,000430,000CONSTRUCTION 45,000 430,000 475,000Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 475,00045,000 430,000GENERAL FUND 45,000 430,000 475,000Total Project Summary by Name Description This project would include the replacement of the two pool bulkheads, deck tile, dive stands, and the renovation of the women's locker room from a shared shower space to two separate shower spaces. Project #R4352 Priority Essential (2) Justification The bulkheads have passed their life expectancy and have become mostly inoperatable. The tiles on the deck have become chipped and worn to the point that yearly replacements are no longer cost effective. The recommendation is to replace the tile deck with flooring consistant with the RAL pool which is easier to maintain and clean. The current layout of the women's locker room is inefficient for operations. The change in the locker room layout will provide better access for patrons with special needs and their aids. Budget Impact/Other These renovations will be budget nuetral to the operating budget. Useful Life 25 years Project Name Mercer Park Pool Improvements Category Recreation Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$500,000 Contact Juli Seydell-Johnson Department PARKS & RECREATION MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN Facilities Master Plan Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 10,00010,000PLANNING/DESIGN 455,000455,000CONSTRUCTION 35,00035,000OTHER 500,000 500,000Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 425,000425,000GENERAL FUND 75,00075,000OTHER LOCAL GOVERNMENTS 500,000 500,000Total Description Shop roof replacement - incluces additional 1.5 inch of insulation and installing a fully adhered 60 mil EPDM roof. Project #R4354 Priority Essential (2) Justification Current flat roof was installed in 2000 with a 10 year material warranty and a 15 year workmanship warranty. Recently inspected with need for replacement. Budget Impact/Other This project will slightly decrease maintenance and repair expenditures. The estimated annual savings is less than $10,000. Useful Life 20 years Project Name Cemetery Shop Roof Replacement Category Cemetery Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$51,750 Contact Juli Seydell-Johnson Department PARKS & RECREATION MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 6,7506,750PLANNING/DESIGN 45,00045,000CONSTRUCTION 51,750 51,750Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 51,75051,750GENERAL FUND 51,750 51,750Total Project Summary by Name Description This project includes the replacement of the two baseball diamonds with four new soccer fields (4 medium or 2 large) along with drainage and irrigation. Project requested by Iowa City Kickers association to accommodate increase soccer use. IC Kickers to contribute funding to project. Project #R4355 Priority Efficiency Improvement (3) Justification The recent growth of adult league soccer and ISL use is requiring additional field space that the park currently does not have. The baseball diamonds are underused and the existing play can be relocated to Mercer. Budget Impact/Other The impact of this change to the operating budget is neutral as this area was already being maintained as ball diamonds. Useful Life 15 years Project Name IC Kickers Park Soccer Field Addition Category Parks Maintenance Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$75,000 Contact Juli Seydell-Johnson Department PARKS & RECREATION MATCH %60% GRANTEE IC KICKERS TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 75,00075,000CONSTRUCTION 75,000 75,000Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 30,00030,000CONTRIBUTIONS & DONATIONS 45,00045,000GENERAL FUND 75,000 75,000Total Description Replace Lower City Park Playground with larger, "Adventure" playground. Similar in size and scope to Mercer 2016 playground installation. Project #R4356 Priority Essential (2) Justification Lower City Park playground is was installed in 1998. Expected lifespan for playground equipment is 20 years. Playground replacement with a larger, adventure type playground is supported by both the 2016 Lower City Park Master Plan and the 2017 Park Master Plan. Budget Impact/Other Replaces older facility/equipment that shoud initially require less maintenance. Overall budget impact is negligible. Useful Life 20 years Project Name Lower City Park Adventure Playground Category Parks Maintenance Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$650,000 Contact Juli Seydell-Johnson Department PARKS & RECREATION MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN Lower City Park Master Plan Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 40,00040,000PLANNING/DESIGN 560,000560,000CONSTRUCTION 5,0005,000INSPECTION 5,0005,000ADMINISTRATION 40,00040,000CONTINGENCY 650,000 650,000Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 650,000650,000GO BONDS 650,000 650,000Total Project Summary by Name Description Add picnic shelter, small playground, park sign and access paths to Whispering Meadows Park. Project #R4357 Priority Essential (2) Justification The 2017 Park Master Plan priorities this project as the South District is in need of additional small play areas. It is recommend as a 2022 project. Budget Impact/Other This will be an addition of park ammenities. Maintenance and operation will need to be absorbed into current park staff duties. Estimated impact on operating expenditures is less than $10,000 per year. Useful Life 20 years Project Name Whispering Meadows Shelter & Playground Category Parks Maintenance Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$185,000 Contact Juli Seydell-Johnson Department PARKS & RECREATION MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN Park Master Plan Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 15,00015,000PLANNING/DESIGN 150,000150,000CONSTRUCTION 2,5002,500INSPECTION 2,5002,500ADMINISTRATION 15,00015,000CONTINGENCY 185,000 185,000Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 185,000185,000GO BONDS 185,000 185,000Total Project Summary by Name Description Replace 3 picnic shelters and restroom in Lower City Park. Project #R4358 Priority Essential (2) Justification The three picnic shelters and restroom in Lower City Park are well used by the public. The 2017 Park Master Plan rated them as fair with a number of accessibility and maintenance concerns. The Park Master Plan has this prioritized as a 2022 project if not done with the larger vision of the Lower City Park Master Plan. Budget Impact/Other No impact on operating budget as these are replacements for current facilities. Useful Life 20 years Project Name Lower City Park Shelters & Restroom Replacement Category Parks Maintenance Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$490,000 Contact Juli Seydell-Johnson Department PARKS & RECREATION MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN Park Master Plan Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 40,00040,000PLANNING/DESIGN 400,000400,000CONSTRUCTION 5,0005,000INSPECTION 5,0005,000ADMINISTRATION 40,00040,000CONTINGENCY 490,000 490,000Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 490,000490,000GO BONDS 490,000 490,000Total Project Summary by Name Description Renovate Nature Play Area, replace shelter, add accessible paths and opportunities for creek access at Kiwanis Park. Project #R4359 Priority Essential (2) Justification Kiwanis playground was installed in 1999. The 2017 Park Master Plan prioritizes renovation of the nature play area, shelter and accessible paths for 2022. Budget Impact/Other No impact on operating budget as these are replacements for current facilities. Useful Life 20 years Project Name Kiwanis Park Playground & Shelter Renovation Category Parks Maintenance Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$370,000 Contact Juli Seydell-Johnson Department PARKS & RECREATION MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN Park Master Plan Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 30,00030,000PLANNING/DESIGN 300,000300,000CONSTRUCTION 5,0005,000INSPECTION 5,0005,000ADMINISTRATION 30,00030,000CONTINGENCY 370,000 370,000Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 370,000370,000GO BONDS 370,000 370,000Total Description Plant trees along the southern border of site for East Side Sports Complex to provide buffer of the site from the adjacent railroad tracks. Project #R4360 Priority Aesthetic Improvement (4) Justification This project prepares the site for future use as a youth sport complex according to the 2016 East Side Sports Master Plan. Budget Impact/Other The development of this park including tree plantings are additions to the park system and will likely require additional contract or staff resources to maintain. The estimated increase in operating expenditures is less than $10,000. Useful Life 50 years Project Name East Side Sports Complex Tree Buffer Category Parks Maintenance Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$78,000 Contact Juli Seydell-Johnson Department PARKS & RECREATION MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN East Side Sports Complex Maste Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 2,0002,000PLANNING/DESIGN 75,00075,000CONSTRUCTION 500500INSPECTION 500500ADMINISTRATION 78,000 78,000Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 78,00078,000GENERAL FUND 78,000 78,000Total Project Summary by Name Description This project will renovate and enhance fields 5-8 at the Napoleon Park Softball Complex. The project will include the laser grading infields, the addition of drainage tile and new outfield turf to fields 5-8. Project #R4362 Priority Efficiency Improvement (3) Justification In 2013 we completed this process on fields 1-4 at Napoleon. Fields 5-8 currently have water retention and playbility issues that present maintenance and play challenges thus limiting their use. Budget Impact/Other The operating budget for this facility will remain the same. Useful Life 15 years Project Name Napoleon Park Softball Fields 5-8 Renovation Category Parks Maintenance Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$350,000 Contact Juli Seydell-Johnson Department PARKS & RECREATION MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 25,00025,000PLANNING/DESIGN 300,000300,000CONSTRUCTION 25,00025,000CONTINGENCY 350,000 350,000Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 350,000350,000GENERAL FUND 350,000 350,000Total Description Replace 3 picnic shelters and restroom in Upper City Park. Project #R4363 Priority Essential (2) Justification The three picnic shelters and restroom in Upper City Park are well used by the public. The 2017 Park Master Plan rated them as fair with a number of accessibility and maintenance concerns. The Park Master Plan has this prioritized as a 2020 project. Budget Impact/Other No impact on operating budget as these are replacements for current facilities. Useful Life 20 years Project Name Upper City Park Shelters & Restroom Replacement Category Parks Maintenance Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$490,000 Contact Juli Seydell-Johnson Department PARKS & RECREATION MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN Park Master Plan Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 40,00040,000PLANNING/DESIGN 405,000405,000INSPECTION 5,0005,000ADMINISTRATION 40,00040,000CONTINGENCY 490,000 490,000Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 490,000490,000GO BONDS 490,000 490,000Total Project Summary by Name Description Replace playground and picnic shelter at Scott Park. Add concrete paths for increased accessibility. Project #R4364 Priority Essential (2) Justification The playground and shelter were installed in 1999 and are nearing the end of their servicable life. The play area lacks accessible paths and safety surface. The 2017 Park Master Plan recommends replacement in 2020. Budget Impact/Other No impact on operating budget as these are replacements for current facilities. Useful Life 20 years Project Name Scott Park Shelter and Playground Replacement Category Parks Maintenance Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$185,000 Contact Juli Seydell-Johnson Department PARKS & RECREATION MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN Park Master Plan Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 15,00015,000PLANNING/DESIGN 150,000150,000CONSTRUCTION 2,5002,500INSPECTION 2,5002,500ADMINISTRATION 15,00015,000CONTINGENCY 185,000 185,000Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 185,000185,000GO BONDS 185,000 185,000Total Project Summary by Name Description Replace picnic shelter and restrooms at Conklin Street entrance to Hickory Hill Park. Project #R4365 Priority Essential (2) Justification The rest rooms and shelter at this location were noted as poor condition with a number of accessibility concerns in the restrooms by the 2017 Park Master Plan. The plan recommended replacement of these facilties in 2021. This also follows recommendations of the 2016 Hickory Hill Park Master Plan. Budget Impact/Other No impact on operating budget as these are replacements for current facilities. Useful Life 20 years Project Name Hickory Hill Park Conklin St Shelter & Restrooms Category Parks Maintenance Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$245,000 Contact Juli Seydell-Johnson Department PARKS & RECREATION MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN Park Master Plan Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 20,00020,000PLANNING/DESIGN 200,000200,000CONSTRUCTION 2,5002,500INSPECTION 2,5002,500ADMINISTRATION 20,00020,000CONTINGENCY 245,000 245,000Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 245,000245,000GO BONDS 245,000 245,000Total Project Summary by Name Description Replace playground and add picnic shelter, park sign and creek access at Glendale Park. Add concrete paths for increased accessibility. Project #R4366 Priority Essential (2) Justification The play area lacks accessible paths and safety surface. The 2017 Park Master Plan recommends replacement in 2021 with a further recommendation to enhance access to Ralston Creek for nature play. Budget Impact/Other No impact on operating budget as these are replacements for current facilities. Useful Life 20 years Project Name Glendale Park Shelter & Playground Replacement Category Parks Maintenance Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$215,000 Contact Juli Seydell-Johnson Department PARKS & RECREATION MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN Park Master Plan Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 17,50017,500PLANNING/DESIGN 175,000175,000CONSTRUCTION 2,5002,500INSPECTION 2,5002,500ADMINISTRATION 17,50017,500CONTINGENCY 215,000 215,000Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 215,000215,000GO BONDS 215,000 215,000Total Project Summary by Name Description Replace playground and add paths for increased accessibility at Napoleon Park. Project #R4367 Priority Essential (2) Justification This playground was originally installed in 2001 and is nearing the end of its servicable life. The 2017 Park Master Plan noted accessibility and maintenance concerns and recommended replacement in 2021. Budget Impact/Other No impact on operating budget as these are replacements for current facilities. Useful Life 20 years Project Name Napoleon Park Playground & Accessible Path Category Parks Maintenance Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$185,000 Contact Juli Seydell-Johnson Department PARKS & RECREATION MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN Park Master Plan Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 15,00015,000PLANNING/DESIGN 150,000150,000CONSTRUCTION 2,5002,500INSPECTION 2,5002,500ADMINISTRATION 15,00015,000CONTINGENCY 185,000 185,000Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 185,000185,000GO BONDS 185,000 185,000Total Project Summary by Name Description Replace playground and picnic shelter at Court Hill. Add concrete paths for increased accessibility. Add opportunities for creek access. Project #R4368 Priority Essential (2) Justification The playground and shelter were installed in 1994 and are nearing the end of their servicable life. The play area lacks accessible paths and safety surface. The 2017 Park Master Plan recommends replacement in 2022. This park also presents opportunities to provide access to Ralston Creek for play and exploration. Budget Impact/Other No impact on operating budget as these are replacements for current facilities. Useful Life 20 years Project Name Court Hill Park Shelter & Playground Replacement Category Parks Maintenance Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$185,000 Contact Juli Seydell-Johnson Department PARKS & RECREATION MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN Park Master Plan Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 15,00015,000PLANNING/DESIGN 150,000150,000CONSTRUCTION 2,5002,500INSPECTION 2,5002,500ADMINISTRATION 15,00015,000CONTINGENCY 185,000 185,000Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 185,000185,000GO BONDS 185,000 185,000Total Project Summary by Name Description This project will allow for the HVAC and dehumification upgrades to the Mercer Aquatic Center and Scanlon Gymnasium. The majority of the HVAC equipment has been operating continuously since 1999 and many components and system are at the end of their useful life. This project would help resolve the humidity issues in the facility and the related masonry and lintel repairs. Project #R4369 Priority Critical (1) Justification The 2012 City Space Needs Study and Master plan, identified the HVAC systems as deficient, energy inefficient and requiring an update through out the facility. The recent HVAC Mercer/Scanlon study and equipment review, ideintified the equipment that requires replacement. Budget Impact/Other This update to equipment should lesson the need for repairs and staff overtime to fix equipment issues. Th expected annual savings is less than $10,000. Useful Life 20 years Project Name Mercer/Scanlon- HVAC Dehumidification Category Recreation Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$700,000 Contact Juli Seydell-Johnson Department PARKS & RECREATION MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN Facilities Master Plan Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 70,00070,000PLANNING/DESIGN 591,110591,110CONSTRUCTION 38,89038,890CONTINGENCY 700,000 700,000Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 700,000700,000GO BONDS 700,000 700,000Total Description This project would include the replacement of the existing pool filters, the addition of a UV system, and new pool dehumidification system. Project #R4370 Priority Essential (2) Justification The current filters are past there life expectancy and are contributing to water quality issues. The dehumidification system will help with pool comfort level and air quality. The UV system is an additional disinfectant for pool water and standard for new pools and pool renovations. Budget Impact/Other Operating costs should decrease slightly due to better monitoring of pool chemicals and water use from new equipment and software. Expected annual savings is less than $10,000 per year. Useful Life 25 years Project Name RAL Recreation Center Pool Filter and HVAC Category Recreation Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$700,000 Contact Juli Seydell-Johnson Department PARKS & RECREATION MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN Facilities Master Plan Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 60,00060,000PLANNING/DESIGN 600,000600,000CONSTRUCTION 40,00040,000CONTINGENCY 60,000 640,000 700,000Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 700,000700,000GO BONDS 700,000 700,000Total Project Summary by Name Description Flooring replacment for the Police Department, this includes furniture moving and storage, and the demolition and removal of existing flooring material in cooridors and offices at approximately $6.60/sf for carpet tile in first (6334 sf) and second floor (2654 sf) is $6.60 (8988 gross sf)= $59,320.80 and resiliant vinyl in stairwell (between police and fire, from lower level to second floor) is $3,400., and urethane flooring in lower level (2372 sf) is $35,580 ; for a total of $98,300.80 for flooring replacement. Demolition and replacing floor and wall cabinets in the first floor record and report writing room are commercial/industrial built in cabinets $5,589. Project #Y4440 Priority Aesthetic Improvement (4) Justification Current flooring in the Police Department is worn and stained. This project would include new flooring for the lower level (possibly an epoxy or somethign similar), new flooring for the main level(to inlcude carpet squares in office space and heavy duty vinyl in hallways), new flooring for the uppper level (carpet squares), and floor wrap for the stair case between the Police and Fire Departments. The Department routinely has members of the public that enter the Department to report crime, speak with officers and take tours. One community member recently commented on how "run down" the Department appeared. Budget Impact/Other This project would reduce repair and maintenance expenditures due to replacement of worn flooring and cabinets. Estimated savings is less than $10,000 per year. Useful Life 10 years Project Name Police Department Flooring & Cabinets Category Police Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$135,084 Contact Jody Matherly Department POLICE MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 135,084135,084CONSTRUCTION 135,084 135,084Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 135,084135,084GENERAL FUND 135,084 135,084Total Description Project will replace the entire system consisting of all police vehicle video recorders, all body worn cameras (BWC), and server and storage Project #Y4441 Priority Critical (1) Justification A new body worn camera (BWC) system should offer a local based, fully integrated system that maintains a smaller BWC size to be worn by our officers, and one that integrates the body mic and BWC audio to the in-car recorder. Vehicle cameras are no longer supported by the manufacturer and are due for replacement. Budget Impact/Other This project is for the replacement of equipment and should have a negligible impact on the operating budget. Useful Life 7 years Project Name Police Car & Body Camera Replacement Category Police Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$250,000 Contact Jody Matherly Department POLICE MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 250,000250,000EQUIPMENT 250,000 250,000Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 250,000250,000GENERAL FUND 250,000 250,000Total Project Summary by Name Description This project would consist of the replacement and resizing of the landfill equipment storage buildings, currently known as Building A and Building B. Project #L3328 Priority Essential (2) Justification These buildings are in poor condition and can not currently fit our equipment in them. This leaves our equipment exposed to the elements causing unnecessary wear and excessive downtime. Budget Impact/Other Should be minimal decrease in operating cost due to poor condition of current structures. Decrease in estimated annual expenditures are less than $10,000 per year. Useful Life 35 Years Project Name Landfill Equipment Building Replacement Category Landfill Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$800,000 Contact Jen Jordan Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN Facilities Master Plan Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 60,00060,000PLANNING/DESIGN 740,000740,000CONSTRUCTION 800,000 800,000Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 800,000800,000LANDFILL FUND 800,000 800,000Total Description This would allow us to purchase tarp deployment equipment that could be used for daily cover at the landfill. This would coincide with a change in our filling mechanism to a flat fill method. Project #L3329 Priority Efficiency Improvement (3) Justification The flat fill method for landfill operations is relatively new to the area but has shown a very high increase in compaction for landfills that have moved to this method. This would extend the life of the landfill cells, which in turn will delay the need for construction. Budget Impact/Other This change in cover method would take additional staff time, however, it would lower long-term capital expenditures. The estimated increase in operating expenditures is less than $25,000. Useful Life 10 years Project Name Landfill Tarp Deployment System Category Landfill Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$90,000 Contact Jen Jordan Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 90,00090,000CONSTRUCTION 90,000 90,000Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 90,00090,000LANDFILL FUND 90,000 90,000Total Project Summary by Name Description This project would invovle the design and installation of infrastructure to implement an air pumping system to assist in managing the leachate levels at the landfill. Project #L3330 Priority Essential (2) Justification Through ongoing evaluation of the landfill site, many of our exisitng gas wells have liquid levels that are close to or exceed the screen in the wells which limits or prevents gas to be able to be pulled from those wells. In addition, with the new leachate conveyence upgrades completed in the 2016 Gas Expansion Project, this system would assist in allowing us to better control leachate throughout the entire site. Budget Impact/Other This project would increase operating expenditures through additional maintenance and repair of new equipment. The estimated increase in operating expenditures is less than $10,000 per year. Useful Life 15 years Project Name Landfill Leachate Pumping System Category Landfill Type Multi-Phase Total Project Cost:$440,000 Contact Jen Jordan Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 40,00040,000PLANNING/DESIGN 400,000400,000CONSTRUCTION 40,000 400,000 440,000Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 440,00040,000 400,000LANDFILL FUND 40,000 400,000 440,000Total Description This project invovles the design and construction of a new landfill cell. Project #L3331 Priority Critical (1) Justification With only two years of life in the current cell, we need to begin the design process so that we are ready to construct the next cell. The next cell is anticipated to be an extension north from the current cell location. Funding will come from the Landfill Cell Replacement Reserve. Budget Impact/Other This project would have a negligible impact on the operating budget. Useful Life 10 years Project Name Landfill Cell Design and Construction Category Landfill Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$1,500,000 Contact Daniel Scott Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 100,000100,000PLANNING/DESIGN 1,250,0001,250,000CONSTRUCTION 150,000150,000INSPECTION 1,500,000 1,500,000Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 1,500,0001,500,000LANDFILL FUND 1,500,000 1,500,000Total Project Summary by Name Description This project would consist of replacing an aging bulldozer for daily landfill operations. The machine contributes to efficient operations and use of landfill space. Project #L3332 Priority Critical (1) Justification The bulldozer was purchased in 2000 and was rebuilt in 2010. Rebuilt machines are expected to last 5-6 years; this equipment is at the end of its useful life. Replace reserves for the machine are approximately $350,000 with trade-in included. A new machine costs approximately $825,000. Budget Impact/Other Equipment replacement charges are estimated at $4,000 monthly. Equipment mileage/hourly charge estimated at $11,000 monthly. This totals $100,000 per year increase in operating expenditures more than the older bulldozer. Useful Life 10 years Project Name Landfill Bulldozer Category Landfill Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$475,000 Contact Jen Jordan Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 475,000475,000EQUIPMENT 475,000 475,000Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 475,000475,000LANDFILL FUND 475,000 475,000Total Description This project will install new storm sewer and intakes along Deforest Avenue, Franklin Street, Ash Street, Pine Street and Spruce Street near their intersections with Lower Muscatine Road and Sycamore Street. Project #M3632 Priority Essential (2) Justification Most streets in the neighborhood around Lower Muscatine Road have minimal storm sewer/intakes. During heavier rain events, storm water running down side streets creates flooding issues on Lower Muscatine Road and Sycamore Street. This project aims to collect storm water from the side streets prior to it collecting on Lower Muscatine Road and Sycamore Street. Budget Impact/Other Additional storm sewer and intakes will result in additional future maintenace costs. The estimated increase in operating expenditures is less than $10,000 per year. Useful Life 50 years Project Name Lower Muscatine Area Storm Sewer Improvements Category Storm Water Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$750,000 Contact Jason Havel Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 75,00075,000PLANNING/DESIGN 525,000525,000CONSTRUCTION 50,00050,000INSPECTION 100,000100,000CONTINGENCY 75,000 675,000 750,000Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 750,000750,000STORM WATER FUND 750,000 750,000Total Project Summary by Name Description This project will increase the storm sewer capacity on North Westminster Drive and Washington Street. Project #M3633 Priority Essential (2) Justification The North Westminder Drainage Area was studied in response to reported flash flooding near the intersection of North Westminster Street and Washington Street. The study confirmed that sections of the storm sewer system are inadequate to convey runoff for the City’s current 5-year design storm criteria. Surface flooding at these two locations can be deep enough to cover the width of the roadway, overtop the curb and flow on to adjacent properties, creating a potential for property damage and a public safety concern for vehicles. Budget Impact/Other Replacing infrastructure will lower the City's operating expenditures through decreased maintenance costs. The estimated decrease in operating expenses is less than $10,000 per year. Useful Life 50 years Project Name North Westminster Storm Sewer Upgrades Category Storm Water Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$1,180,000 Contact Ben Clark Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 140,000140,000PLANNING/DESIGN 920,000920,000CONSTRUCTION 20,00020,000INSPECTION 10,00010,000ADMINISTRATION 90,00090,000CONTINGENCY 140,000 1,040,000 1,180,000Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 1,180,000140,000 1,040,000STORM WATER FUND 140,000 1,040,000 1,180,000Total Project Summary by Name Description This project replaces the equipment storage, offices, and maintenance facilities for the streets, traffic engineering, storm and sanitary sewer maintenance, refuse collection, and equipment divisions. Project #P3959 Priority Efficiency Improvement (3) Justification The current facilities are in poor condition and are very inefficient. The City also leases facilities around the area due to the lack of adequate storage space The current facilities occupy a space that is a prime commercial location adjacent to the Riverfront Crossings area. The Master Plan for the new facility is currently being updated. Budget Impact/Other The operating costs of a new facility will be higher due to an increase in the cost of insurance and utilities. The facility should be create better operational efficiencies. The net impact on operations is an increase of expenditures between $50,000 and $100,000 per year. Useful Life 40 Years Project Name Public Works Facility Category Public Works Administration Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$9,500,000 Contact Ron Knoche Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN Facilities Master Plan Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 4,350,0004,350,000CONSTRUCTION 200,000200,000INSPECTION 500,000500,000CONTINGENCY 5,050,000 5,050,000Total Prior 4,450,000 Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 1,100,0001,100,000EQUIPMENT FUND 700,000700,000GO BONDS 500,000500,000REFUSE COLLECTION FUND 1,000,0001,000,000ROAD USE TAX FUND 1,000,0001,000,000SALE OF LAND 300,000300,000STORM WATER FUND 500,000500,000WATER FUND 5,100,000 5,100,000Total Prior 4,400,000 Total Project Summary by Name Description Final design for and stabilization of the west bank of the Iowa River from Benton Street to Hwy 6. Feasibility level study and Class 4 opinion of probable cost for bank stabilization completed by McLaughlin Whitewater Design Group based on survey work completed by Shoemaker & Haaland in 2013. Project #P3981 Priority Critical (1) Justification In 2013, as part of the Iowa River Restoration Project, Shoemaker & Haaland surveyed sections of the damaged west bank to aerial topography from Ayres study after 2008 flood. Drastic bank erosion has occurred since 2008 (17 feet horizontally and 10 feet vertically). Loss of armoring and vegetation after 2008 flood leaves much the west bank highly susceptible to further erosion, threatening existing commercial buildings, and health of the aquatic environment. Increased frequency and severity of flooding along the Iowa River will likely increase the pace of erosion. Budget Impact/Other This project will have an increase in operating expenditures for the addition of new infrastructure. The estimated increase in annual expenditures is less than $10,000 per year. Useful Life 40 Years Project Name West Riverbank Stabilization Category Public Works Administration Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$1,080,000 Contact Ben Clark Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT Riverside Drive PLAN None Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 920,000920,000CONSTRUCTION 25,00025,000INSPECTION 25,00025,000ADMINISTRATION 50,00050,000CONTINGENCY 1,020,000 1,020,000Total Prior 60,000 Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 680,000680,000GO BONDS 680,000 680,000Total Prior 400,000 Total Project Summary by Name Description This project is to locate a new site for the non-public safety back-up radio tower and to construct a new tower. Project #P3982 Priority Efficiency Improvement (3) Justification The City currently leases the land for the back-up radio tower for over $12,000 per year and that cost has been increasing. Over the life of the tower, it would be more economical for the City to locate the tower on land it owns. Budget Impact/Other This project will save the City over $12,000 per year in land lease costs for use of the current tower location. Useful Life 25 years Project Name Non-Public Safety Radio System Back-up Tower Category Equipment Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$100,000 Contact Brett Zimmerman Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 10,00010,000PLANNING/DESIGN 85,00085,000CONSTRUCTION 5,0005,000CONTINGENCY 100,000 100,000Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 100,000100,000CENTRAL SERVICES FUND 100,000 100,000Total Description This project will include milling and resurfacing drive areas of the existing Equipment maintenance parking lot with 4" asphalt overlay. Project #P3983 Priority Essential (2) Justification The asphalt parking lot to the south of the equipment shop is badly breaking up; is full of large potholes and very rough. It is very difficult driving a loaded forklift through the parking lot in fear of the load shifting. When clearing snow in the winter, plows hit the potholes and makes them even larger. The parking lot has been patched annually by the Streets crew, but is in need of a complete overlay. Budget Impact/Other This project will reduce operating expenditures through a reduction in the cost of repairs and maintenance to the old infrastructure. The estimated reduction in operating expenditures is less than $10,000. Useful Life 15 years Project Name Equipment Shop Parking Lot Asphalt Overlay Category Equipment Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$123,200 Contact Dan Striegel Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 112,000112,000CONSTRUCTION 11,20011,200CONTINGENCY 123,200 123,200Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 123,200123,200EQUIPMENT FUND 123,200 123,200Total Project Summary by Name Description Replacement of the roof on the Equipment maintenance shop. Project #P3984 Priority Essential (2) Justification The current roof has been repaired and patched multiple times in the past and continues to leak in several areas. Water leaks in and causes damage to inventory parts, technician toolboxes and fleet equipment inside the shop undergoing repairs. Budget Impact/Other This project will not have an impact on the operating budget. Useful Life 30 Years Project Name Equipment Shop Roof Replacement Category Equipment Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$330,000 Contact Dan Striegel Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 50,00050,000PLANNING/DESIGN 250,000250,000CONSTRUCTION 30,00030,000CONTINGENCY 330,000 330,000Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 330,000330,000EQUIPMENT FUND 330,000 330,000Total Project Summary by Name Description This project will reconstruct and elevate approximately 4,200 feet of Dubuque Street and replace the Park Road Bridge. The project will incorporate multi-modal features and be designed to provide flood protection for the Dubuque Street and reduce flood peaks upstream from the Park Road Bridge. This project includes the construction of the North River Corridor Trunk Sewer and replaces water main from Davenport to Park Road. Project #S3809 Priority Critical (1) Justification Dubuque Street carries approximately 25,500 cars/day and has been shut down 3 times in the past 20 years due to Iowa River flooding for approximately 150 days. Additional closures have occurred during heavy rain events. The Dubuque Street is the main entry into Iowa City and its closure impacts the transportation network throughout the City, emergency access, pedestrian and bicycle transportation and more. Budget Impact/Other This project will reduce the maintenance expenses of the Dubuque and Park Road pavements and the Park Road Bridge. The estimated annual decrease in operating expenditures is less than $10,000. Useful Life 50 years Project Name Iowa City Gateway Project (Dubuque St) Category Street Operations Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$51,294,624 Contact Melissa Clow Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE EDA/STP TIF DISTRICT None PLAN Transportation Plan Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 9,882,8769,882,876CONSTRUCTION 334,706334,706INSPECTION 350,000350,000CONTINGENCY 10,567,582 10,567,582Total Prior 40,727,042 Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 5,000,0005,000,000GO BONDS 500,000500,000STORM WATER FUND 2,000,0002,000,000WASTEWATER FUND 7,500,000 7,500,000Total Prior 43,794,624 Total Project Summary by Name Description This project will reconstruct the intersection of Burlington and Madison to add turn lanes on Madison, signal improvements, and the replacement of water and sewer mains. The project also includes a landscaped median from the Iowa River to Madison Street. The project is designed to address pedestrian and traffic flows related to the U of I Recreation Center and future growth. Project #S3834 Priority Efficiency Improvement (3) Justification This project improves pedestrian and vehicle movements at the Burlington and Madison intersection creating greater safety for pedstrians. Budget Impact/Other This project will replace old infrastructure which should reduce operating costs, but also adds additional turning lanes and traffic signals which will require additional maintenance. The net impact of the changes on the City's operating budget will be negligible. Useful Life 20 years Project Name Burlington & Madison Intersection Improvements Category Street Operations Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$2,537,524 Contact Ron Knoche Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE TSIP/STP TIF DISTRICT None PLAN Transportation Plan Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 100,000100,000PLANNING/DESIGN 2,200,0002,200,000CONSTRUCTION 100,000100,000INSPECTION 2,400,000 2,400,000Total Prior 137,524 Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 1,511,0001,511,000FEDERAL GRANTS 500,000500,000OTHER STATE GRANTS 2,011,000 2,011,000Total Prior 537,524 Total Project Summary by Name Description This project will include the study of the intersection of Scott Boulevard and Muscatine Avenue/American Legion Road to determine the preferred traffic control measures to reduce delay/congestion. The study will evaluate existing conditions, traffic signal control with additional turn lanes, and a roundabout. Based on the results of the study, a preferred alternative for the intersection improvements will be chosen, designed and constructed. This project will also reconstruct American Legion Road to urban standards from Taft Avenue to Scott Boulevard and include an 8' sidewalk. Project #S3854 Priority Essential (2) Justification In addition to residential development along this road, the Iowa City Community School District has purchased a site along this street to build a new elementary school. Budget Impact/Other This project will replace old infrastructure which should reduce operating costs, but also adds additional pavement and trails which will require additional maintenance. The net impact of the changes on the City's operating budget will be an increase of less than $10,000 per year. Useful Life 50 years Project Name American Legion Rd-Scott Blvd to Taft Ave Category Street Operations Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$9,022,000 Contact Scott Sovers Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %70% GRANTEE STP TIF DISTRICT None PLAN Transportation Plan Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 578,000578,000PLANNING/DESIGN 926,000926,000LAND/ROW ACQUISITION 6,940,0006,940,000CONSTRUCTION 289,000289,000INSPECTION 289,000289,000ADMINISTRATION 578,000 8,444,000 9,022,000Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 100,000100,000CONTRIBUTIONS & DONATIONS 4,070,6604,070,660FEDERAL GRANTS 4,851,3404,851,340GO BONDS 9,022,000 9,022,000Total Project Summary by Name Description This project will install a right turn lane from northbound Mormon Trek to eastbound Benton Street. The existing four lane section from Rohret Road to Cameron Way will be converted to a three lane section and necessary signal modifications will be made. This project also replaces existing roadway lighting along Mormon Trek Boulevard from Melrose Avenue to the Iowa Interstate Railroad crossing. The project will include installing lighting within the median along Mormon Trek Boulevard to avoid the existing overhead utilities in the corridor Project #S3868 Priority Efficiency Improvement (3) Justification This area is subject to traffic back-up and vehicle accident issues during commuting hours. This improvement will help alleviate these issues, and the existing lighting poles are in poor condition and are in need of replacement. Budget Impact/Other This project will replace old infrastructure which should reduce operating costs. The net impact of the changes on the City's operating budget will be negligible. Useful Life 50 years Project Name Mormon Trek Traffic and Lighting Improvements Category Street Operations Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$1,650,000 Contact Scott Sovers Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE TSIP TIF DISTRICT None PLAN Transportation Plan Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 50,00050,000PLANNING/DESIGN 400,000400,000CONSTRUCTION 25,00025,000INSPECTION 25,00025,000ADMINISTRATION 500,000 500,000Total Prior 1,150,000 Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 117,200117,200ROAD USE TAX FUND 117,200 117,200Total Prior 1,532,800 Total Project Summary by Name Description Riverside Drive streetscape improvements includes consolidation of driveways, undergrounding utilities, and installing sidewalks and landscaping. Installs streetscape, per the Riverside Drive Streetscape Master Plan, from along the west side of Riverside Drive from Myrtle Avenue to Benton Street and around the corner from Benton to Orchard Street. Project will be done in concert with the pedestrian tunnel through railroad embankment and Myrtle Street intersection signalization and improvements. Riverside Drive Streetscape Master Plan was completed in 2015. Project #S3933 Priority Aesthetic Improvement (4) Justification Implements the Riverfront Drive Streetscape plan. Supports redevelpment of commerical and residential properties along Riverside Drive and adjacent to the Iowa River. Enhances entryway to Miller Orchard Neighborhood on Benton Street and the south entrance to the University of Iowa on Riverside Drive. Improves traffic safety and provides for complete streets by adding sidewalks where they are missing and improving sidewalks where they are inadequate. Budget Impact/Other This project will increase operating costs due to the addition of a new landscaping that requires maintenance. The estimated increase in operating expenses is less than $10,000 per year. Useful Life 50 years Project Name Riverside Drive Streetscape Improvements Category Street Operations Type Multi-Phase Total Project Cost:$3,350,714 Contact Jason Havel Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT Riverside Drive PLAN Riverside Streetscape Plan Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 205,000205,000CONSTRUCTION 205,000 205,000Total Prior 3,145,714 Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 205,000205,000GO BONDS 205,000 205,000Total Prior 3,145,714 Total Project Summary by Name Description This project will include construction of a new arterial roadway from Gilbert Street to Sycamore Street. The project will include a 49' B-B road with protected bike lanes along both sides. The project also includes 5' wide sidewalk, 8' wide sidewalk, 16" water main, storm sewer intakes and piping. Project #S3934 Priority Essential (2) Justification Project is consistent with the arterial street plan and South District Plan. The extension of McCollister Blvd east from Gilbert Street to Sycamore Street will provide a new arterial connection in the southeast quadrant of Iowa City. This new connection should help reduce traffic on local roads Langenberg Avenue and Sycamore Street from Lehman Avenue to Gilbert Street in Iowa City. Budget Impact/Other Normal street maintenance activities - will add approximately 3,000 feet to arterial street system. Estimated annual expenditures are less than $10,000 per year. Useful Life 50 years Project Name McCollister Blvd - Gilbert to Sycamore Category Street Operations Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$5,210,000 Contact Scott Sovers Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN Transportation Plan Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 550,000550,000PLANNING/DESIGN 3,600,0003,600,000CONSTRUCTION 170,000170,000INSPECTION 170,000170,000ADMINISTRATION 720,000720,000CONTINGENCY 550,000 4,660,000 5,210,000Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 4,210,0004,210,000GO BONDS 400,000400,000STORM WATER FUND 600,000600,000WATER FUND 5,210,000 5,210,000Total Project Summary by Name Description This project will include the removal and replacement of the existing triple corrugated metal pipe culverts with new reinforced concrete box culverts. The project will also include removal and replacement of downstream Ralston Creek slope protection, upsizing storm sewer along Prentiss Street and removal and replacement of street pavement. Project #S3935 Priority Critical (1) Justification The initial report from the 2015 bridge inspection included bulging and severe corrosion of the corrugated metal pipe culverts, damaged and undermined inlet and headwall, and cracked street pavement in this location. The Consultant will also be recommending the City post this structure with a 20-ton weight embargo due to its current condition. In addition, the existing storm sewer along Prentiss Street is undersized and has a history of surcharging during large rain events. Budget Impact/Other This project is replacing existing infrastructure and should reduce future maintenance costs. The estimated decrease in operating expenditures is less than $10,000 per year. Useful Life 50 years Project Name Prentiss Street Bridge Replacement Category Street Operations Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$1,200,000 Contact Jason Havel Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %20% GRANTEE IDOT TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 875,000875,000CONSTRUCTION 50,00050,000INSPECTION 50,00050,000ADMINISTRATION 100,000100,000CONTINGENCY 1,075,000 1,075,000Total Prior 125,000 Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 820,000820,000FEDERAL GRANTS 205,000205,000ROAD USE TAX FUND 50,00050,000WATER FUND 1,075,000 1,075,000Total Prior 125,000 Total Project Summary by Name Description This project will reconstruct Melrose Avenue/IWV Road from Highway 218 to Hebl Avenue, and is a joint project between the City of Iowa City and Johnson County. Project #S3936 Priority Essential (2) Justification Melrose Avenue/IWV Road is in poor condition and needs to be reconstructed to current design standards. Budget Impact/Other This project is replacing existing infrastructure and should reduce future maintenance costs. The estimated decrease in operating expenditures is less than $10,000 per year. Useful Life 50 years Project Name Melrose Avenue Improvements Category Street Operations Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$4,000,000 Contact Jason Havel Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %20% GRANTEE STP TIF DISTRICT None PLAN Transportation Plan Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 200,000200,000PLANNING/DESIGN 50,00050,000LAND/ROW ACQUISITION 3,400,0003,400,000CONSTRUCTION 150,000150,000INSPECTION 200,000200,000CONTINGENCY 250,000 3,750,000 4,000,000Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 930,000930,000FEDERAL GRANTS 1,470,0001,470,000GO BONDS 1,600,0001,600,000OTHER LOCAL GOVERNMENTS 4,000,000 4,000,000Total Project Summary by Name Description This project is part of the downtown streetscape master plan. This project reconstructs Dubuque Street from Washington to Iowa Avenue. The project also improves sidewalk pavement, addresses critical utility updates, and enhances the retail environment with streetscape components. Project #S3939 Priority Critical (1) Justification Dubuque Street is an important link in Downtown as is often the entry way for visitors into the area. The project will narrow the road creating a more pedestrian friendly environment and allowing for enhanced retail areas. Budget Impact/Other This project should reduce operating expenditures due to the replacement of infrastructure in poor condition. The anticipated annual savings is less than $10,000 per year. Useful Life 50 years Project Name Dubuque Street Reconstruction Category Street Operations Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$1,364,500 Contact Geoff Fruin Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT City-University PLAN Downtown Streetscape Plan Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 132,000132,000PLANNING/DESIGN 880,500880,500CONSTRUCTION 132,000132,000INSPECTION 220,000220,000CONTINGENCY 132,000 1,232,500 1,364,500Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 1,114,5001,114,500GO BONDS 100,000100,000STORM WATER FUND 150,000150,000WATER FUND 1,364,500 1,364,500Total Project Summary by Name Description This project would extend Capitol Street and Kirkwood Avenue as a part of the Riverfront Crossing area improvements. Project #S3940 Priority Essential (2) Justification The extensions of these streets plays an important part in the overall development of the Riverfront Crossings area. It will also improve access and traffic circulation in this area. This project does not include any costs necessary for property acquisitions. Budget Impact/Other Ongoing maintenance of new poles and lighting units. Existing lights are being maintained, and new lights would likely require less maintenance in the future as compared to the existing lights. Estimated annual operating expenditures are less than $10,000 per year. Useful Life 50 years Project Name Kirkwood Avenue to Capitol Street Connection Category Street Operations Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$1,900,000 Contact Scott Sovers Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT Riverfront Crossings PLAN Riverfront Crossings Master Pla Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 150,000150,000PLANNING/DESIGN 1,500,0001,500,000CONSTRUCTION 100,000100,000INSPECTION 50,00050,000ADMINISTRATION 100,000100,000CONTINGENCY 150,000 1,750,000 1,900,000Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 1,500,0001,500,000GO BONDS 150,000150,000STORM WATER FUND 250,000250,000WATER FUND 1,900,000 1,900,000Total Project Summary by Name Description This project includes construction items to be completed as a part of the Iowa DOT's 2018 plan to resurface State Jurisdication routes in Iowa City, including Governor Street from Dodge Street to Burlington Street, and Burlington Street from Governor Street to Van Buren. Project #S3942 Priority Essential (2) Justification These streets are joint jurisdiction roadways, and the City is responsible for some of the repairs included in the project scope. Including these repairs as part of this project is both economical and efficient due to the scope of the DOT project. Budget Impact/Other Replacing aged infrastructure will lower the City's operating expenditures through decreased maintenance costs. The estimated decrease in operating expenses is less than $10,000 per year. Useful Life 20 years Project Name Governor Street Overlay Category Street Operations Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$375,000 Contact Dave Panos Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 375,000375,000CONSTRUCTION 375,000 375,000Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 375,000375,000ROAD USE TAX FUND 375,000 375,000Total Description This project includes construction items to be completed as a part of the Iowa DOT's 2018 plan to resurface State Jurisdication routes in Iowa City, including Hwy 6/Riverside Drive from Rocky Shore Drive to Hwy 1/Hwy 6. Project #S3943 Priority Essential (2) Justification These streets are joint jurisdiction roadways, and the City is responsible for some of the repairs included in the project scope. Including these repairs as part of this project is both economical and efficient due to the scope of the DOT project. Budget Impact/Other Replacing aged infrastructure will lower the City's operating expenditures through decreased maintenance costs. The estimated decrease in operating expenses is less than $10,000 per year. Useful Life 20 years Project Name Riverside Drive Asphalt Overlay Category Street Operations Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$450,000 Contact Dave Panos Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT Riverside Drive PLAN None Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 450,000450,000CONSTRUCTION 450,000 450,000Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 450,000450,000ROAD USE TAX FUND 450,000 450,000Total Project Summary by Name Description This project will make improvements to the First Avenue and Scott Boulevard intersection, including a proposed roundabout, to improve traffic movement through the intersection. Project #S3944 Priority Essential (2) Justification The current layout of the intersection includes four-way stop control. During peak hours, vehicles experience significant queuing, resulting in increased travel time, delay and emissions. Budget Impact/Other The proposed roundabout will require ongoing maintenance, especially for planted areas in the center. The net impact to the operating budget will be neutral. Useful Life 50 years Project Name First Ave/Scott Blvd Intersection Improvements Category Street Operations Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$1,150,000 Contact Jason Havel Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 125,000125,000PLANNING/DESIGN 75,00075,000LAND/ROW ACQUISITION 750,000750,000CONSTRUCTION 50,00050,000INSPECTION 50,00050,000ADMINISTRATION 100,000100,000CONTINGENCY 200,000 950,000 1,150,000Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 1,150,0001,150,000GO BONDS 1,150,000 1,150,000Total Project Summary by Name Description This project will upgrade traffic signals and curb ramps at the Gilbert Street/College Street and Gilbert Street/Washington Street intersections. The project will also replace existing roadway/pedestrian lighting along the east side of Gilbert Street between College Street and Wasington Street, and on both sides of Washington Street between Gilbert Street and Van Buren Street. In addition, the existing water main between College Street and Washington Street will be upgraded from a 6" main to a 12" main. Project #S3945 Priority Essential (2) Justification These instersections do not have ADA compliant curb ramps, and the traffic signals and roadway lighting are in need of replacement and/or upgrading. Budget Impact/Other Electric fees for signals and lighting, as well as any necessary maintenance of signal/lighting system. The project is replacing similar existing facilities, and maintenance is likely less than maintaining the current facilities. The overall impact on the operating budget is negligible. Useful Life 25 years Project Name Gilbert Street Intersection Improvements Category Street Operations Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$925,000 Contact Jason Havel Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT City-University PLAN Downtown Streetscape Plan Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 725,000725,000CONSTRUCTION 25,00025,000INSPECTION 25,00025,000ADMINISTRATION 50,00050,000CONTINGENCY 825,000 825,000Total Prior 100,000 Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 750,000750,000GO BONDS 175,000175,000WATER FUND 925,000 925,000Total Project Summary by Name Description This project will reconstruct Court Street from Muscatine Avenue to 1st Avenue. Project #S3946 Priority Essential (2) Justification Court Street is an important collector street that connects the east side of Iowa City to the Downtown area. The project will replace aging street and sidewalk pavement that is in poor condition and upgrade public utilities as needed. Budget Impact/Other Replacing aged infrastructure will lower the City's operating expenditures through decreased maintenance costs. The estimated decrease in operating expenses is less than $10,000 per year. Useful Life 50 years Project Name Court Street Reconstruction Category Street Operations Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$6,045,000 Contact Scott Sovers Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 550,000550,000PLANNING/DESIGN 225,000225,000LAND/ROW ACQUISITION 4,600,0004,600,000CONSTRUCTION 185,000185,000INSPECTION 185,000185,000ADMINISTRATION 300,000300,000CONTINGENCY 775,000 5,270,000 6,045,000Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 6,045,000775,000 5,270,000GO BONDS 775,000 5,270,000 6,045,000Total Project Summary by Name Description This project will include PCC Patching and HMA Overlay of Benton Street from Mormon Trek Boulevard to 150' east of Benton Drive. In addition, the project will include striping bike lanes on Benton Street and updating ADA curb ramps. Project #S3947 Priority Essential (2) Justification Benton Street is an arterial street that extends from Van Buren Street near the downtown area to the west side of Iowa City. The current PCC street has severe cracking and panel faulting that result in a rough pavement ride. The project will include full depth pavement repair and overlay of the concrete surface with Hot Mix Asphalt. The project will also upgrade sidewalk curb ramps to current ADA standards. Budget Impact/Other Replacing aged infrastructure will lower the City's operating expenditures through decreased maintenance costs. The estimated decrease in operating expenses is less than $10,000 per year. Useful Life 50 years Project Name Benton Street Rehabilitation Project Category Street Operations Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$2,810,000 Contact Dave Panos Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %30% GRANTEE STP TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 200,000200,000PLANNING/DESIGN 50,00050,000LAND/ROW ACQUISITION 1,900,0001,900,000CONSTRUCTION 140,000140,000INSPECTION 140,000140,000ADMINISTRATION 380,000380,000CONTINGENCY 250,000 2,560,000 2,810,000Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 1,315,8601,315,860FEDERAL GRANTS 1,494,1401,494,140GO BONDS 2,810,000 2,810,000Total Project Summary by Name Description The project will involve the construction of sidewalk along the north side of Rochester Avenue between the water storage site at 2410 Rochester Avenue and St. Thomas Court in order to fill in a gap in the City’s sidewalk network. Project #S3948 Priority Efficiency Improvement (3) Justification There is currently no sidewalk along the north side of Rochester Ave. in this location. We have received complaints from residents who live on St. Thomas Ct. that the sidewalks are needed for their kids to walk to school (Regina). There is sidewalk on the south side of Rochester Ave., but crossing Rochester Ave. at the intersection is dagerous becuase of the visibilty due to the curves in the street, and because Rochester Ave. is an arterial with a 35 mph speed limit in this location. Budget Impact/Other There should be no impact to operating budget. Sidwalks shall be maintained by adjacent property owners. Useful Life 25 years Project Name Rochester Avenue Sidewalk Infill Project Category Street Operations Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$150,000 Contact Josh Slattery Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN Bike Master Plan Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 5,0005,000PLANNING/DESIGN 6,0006,000LAND/ROW ACQUISITION 93,00093,000CONSTRUCTION 18,00018,000INSPECTION 12,00012,000ADMINISTRATION 10,00010,000CONTINGENCY 6,0006,000OTHER 150,000 150,000Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 150,000150,000GO BONDS 150,000 150,000Total Project Summary by Name Description This project upgrades the backup generator for peak time load interruption and the associated electrical distribution system. This upgrade also provides flood protection for the generator. Project #V3143 Priority Critical (1) Justification The existing generator at the South Wastewater Treatament Plant is not sized to run the entire plant during an emergency situation. This project upgrades the backup generator for peak time load interruption and the associated electrical distribution system. During the last flood event, considerable expense was incurred protecting the backup system. This project would construct permanent flood mitigation measures to protect the backup system against future flood events. The WWTP also recently suffered a phase failure of service from our energy provider, causing equipment failures/electrical problems. Existing generator/switch gear did not pick up phase failure event for several hours. This resulted in an approximate loss of $30k for time and materials. The proposed generator/switch gear will prevent this from occuring. Budget Impact/Other This will have a negligible impact on the operating budget. Useful Life 20 years Project Name Backup Generator & Electrical System Upgrade Category Wastewater Treatment Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$3,543,000 Contact Tim Wilkey Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 300,000300,000PLANNING/DESIGN 3,000,0003,000,000CONSTRUCTION 50,00050,000INSPECTION 150,000150,000CONTINGENCY 3,500,000 3,500,000Total Prior 43,000 Total Prior 3,543,000 Total Project Summary by Name Description This project will repair four of the original clarifiers that were insatlled in 1989. They all have the original carbon steel mechanisms that are severly corroded and are in need of replacement and/or repair. Project #V3144 Priority Critical (1) Justification These repairs were identified during the design of the Wastewater Treatment Facilities Consolidatin Project, hower, they were not included in the project due to budget constraints. These repairs are necessary to avoid untimely equipment failure. Budget Impact/Other This project repairs existing equipment which should reduce maintenance and repairs costs. The estimated impact on the operating budget is less than $10,000. Useful Life 20 years Project Name Wastewater Clarifier Repairs Category Wastewater Treatment Type Multi-Phase Total Project Cost:$750,000 Contact Tim Wilkey Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 450,000450,000CONSTRUCTION 450,000 450,000Total Prior 300,000 Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 450,000450,000WASTEWATER FUND 450,000 450,000Total Prior 300,000 Total Description 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. Project #V3145 Priority Essential (2) Justification In addition to residential development that has occurred in the area, the Iowa City Community School District has plans to build a new elementary school on the south side of American Legion Road. A new trunk sewer will be needed to accommodate continued growth in the area. Budget Impact/Other The construction of additional sanitary sewer will result in additional future maintenance costs. The estimated impact on the operating budget is less than $10,000. Useful Life 50 years Project Name Scott Boulevard Trunk Sewer Category Wastewater Treatment Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$2,025,000 Contact Jason Havel Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 175,000175,000PLANNING/DESIGN 300,000300,000LAND/ROW ACQUISITION 1,300,0001,300,000CONSTRUCTION 100,000100,000INSPECTION 150,000150,000CONTINGENCY 475,000 1,550,000 2,025,000Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 2,025,000475,000 1,550,000WASTEWATER FUND 475,000 1,550,000 2,025,000Total Project Summary by Name Description This project includes replacement of the sanitary sewer, street pavement and sidewalk along Melrose Court, from Melrose Avenue to Brookland Park Drive. Project #V3146 Priority Essential (2) Justification This sewer section has many problems and historically has high ongoing maintenance costs. Budget Impact/Other This project will reduce operating expenditures due to the replacement of aging and problematic infrastructure. The estimated annual decrease in operating expenditures is less than $10,000 per year. Useful Life 50 years Project Name Melrose Court Sanitary Sewer Replacement Category Wastewater Treatment Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$700,000 Contact Daniel Scott Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 30,00030,000PLANNING/DESIGN 500,000500,000CONSTRUCTION 20,00020,000INSPECTION 150,000150,000CONTINGENCY 700,000 700,000Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 150,000150,000ROAD USE TAX FUND 100,000100,000STORM WATER FUND 250,000 250,000Total Prior 450,000 Total Project Summary by Name Description This project includes removing and replacing the sanitary sewer along the back yards behind Nevada Avenue from Lakeside Drive to Whispering Meadow Drive. Project #V3147 Priority Essential (2) Justification This sewer section has many problems and historically has high ongoing maintenance costs. Budget Impact/Other This project will reduce operating expenditures due to the replacement of aging and problematic infrastructure. The estimated annual decrease in operating expenditures is less than $10,000 per year. Useful Life 50 years Project Name Nevada Ave Sanitary Sewer Replacement Category Wastewater Treatment Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$350,000 Contact Daniel Scott Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 30,00030,000PLANNING/DESIGN 30,00030,000LAND/ROW ACQUISITION 200,000200,000CONSTRUCTION 25,00025,000INSPECTION 15,00015,000ADMINISTRATION 50,00050,000CONTINGENCY 60,000 290,000 350,000Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 350,00060,000 290,000WASTEWATER FUND 60,000 290,000 350,000Total Project Summary by Name Description Project includes replacing the existing lift station with a standalone wet well, submersible pumps, valve vault with control valves, new pump controls and panel, natural gas generator, equipment salvage and demolition of the existing dry well/wet well and other considerations to make this a fully functional lift station. Project #V3148 Priority Essential (2) Justification The lift station is a 60's era Smith and Loveless "can" drywell/wet well lift station with the pumps, and valves mounted inside a buried drywell accessed by climbing down a 20 foot man-way. Staff has to enter the drywell to perform maintenance work. The station is not considered a permit required confined space, but it is a confined space because there is only one means of entry. The station was completely inundated and not operational during the 2008 flood. The new station would include controls and generator above the 500 year flood plain. Budget Impact/Other This project replaces old and outdated infrastructure which should reduce maintenance and operating costs. The estimate annual savings is less than $10,000 per year. Useful Life 20 years Project Name West Park Lift Station Rehabilitation Category Wastewater Treatment Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$105,500 Contact Tim Wilkey Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 10,00010,000PLANNING/DESIGN 85,00085,000CONSTRUCTION 1,0001,000INSPECTION 1,0001,000ADMINISTRATION 8,5008,500CONTINGENCY 105,500 105,500Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 105,500105,500WASTEWATER FUND 105,500 105,500Total Project Summary by Name Description Replace Heat Exchangers 8502 (Spiral). Project #V3149 Priority Critical (1) Justification Heat exchanger (HEX) 8502 has suffered internal corrosion damage. HEX 8502 is 15 years old and is no longer working; repairing it would not be as cost effective as replacing it. Struvite formation in the HEX spirals was a contributor to the corrosion. Budget Impact/Other This project replaces old and outdated infrastructure which should reduce maintenance and operating costs. The estimate annual savings is less than $5,000 per year. Useful Life 30 Years Project Name Heat Exchanger Replacement Category Wastewater Treatment Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$139,500 Contact Tim Wilkey Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 125,000125,000CONSTRUCTION 1,0001,000INSPECTION 1,0001,000ADMINISTRATION 12,50012,500CONTINGENCY 139,500 139,500Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 139,500139,500WASTEWATER FUND 139,500 139,500Total Description Renovate two (2) digester covers. Project #V3150 Priority Critical (1) Justification Digestor's 8101 and 8201 covers are severly degraded and should be replaced. Budget Impact/Other This project will reduce operating and maintenance cost through the rehabilitation of older equipment. The annual savings is less than $10,000 per year. Useful Life 20 years Project Name Digester Cover Renovation Category Wastewater Treatment Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$65,000 Contact Tim Wilkey Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 65,00065,000CONSTRUCTION 65,000 65,000Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 65,00065,000WASTEWATER FUND 65,000 65,000Total Project Summary by Name Description Project has two parts: 1) Provide process/related structures and equipment removing phosphorous before digestion. 2) Replace multiple heat exchangers (HEX) with internal corrosion and Struvite deposition, renovate five (5) digester covers, install seven (7) wall thimbles (access ports) in digester wall for inspection and cleaning, replace internal/external(buried) piping clogging with Struvite, replace (HEX) and recirculation pumps as required. Project #V3151 Priority Critical (1) Justification With biological nutrient removal as part of last ICWWTP project, captured phosphorous (P) accumulates in digesters causing Struvite formation. Removing P before digestion reduces Struvite formation and reduces maintenance costs. Also, the digester complex was constructed in 1989/2002 and has 5 covers in various stages of wear, with one leaking struvite infused liquid between tank and brick facade causing facade to face imminent future collapse. The 11 (HEX) are 15+ year old and multiple valves/pipes show struvite deposition to be replaced. Budget Impact/Other This project will reduce operating and maintenance cost through the rehabilitation of older equipment. The annual savings is less than $10,000 per year. Useful Life 20 years Project Name Digester Complex Rehabilitation Category Wastewater Treatment Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$7,870,500 Contact Tim Wilkey Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 90,00090,000PLANNING/DESIGN 7,060,0007,060,000CONSTRUCTION 4,0004,000INSPECTION 4,0004,000ADMINISTRATION 712,500712,500CONTINGENCY 7,870,500 7,870,500Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 7,870,5007,870,500WASTEWATER FUND 7,870,500 7,870,500Total Project Summary by Name Description This project will install fillits and weirs in the influent channel at the wastewater treatment facility. Project #V3152 Priority Critical (1) Justification The purpose is to prevent sediment from accumulating and interfering with operations and flow metering. Budget Impact/Other This project will help reduce maintenance and repairs associated with the sediment accumulation. Useful Life 25 years Project Name WWTF Influent Channel Modifications Category Wastewater Treatment Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$148,500 Contact Ben Clark Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 125,000125,000CONSTRUCTION 5,0005,000INSPECTION 5,0005,000ADMINISTRATION 13,50013,500CONTINGENCY 148,500 148,500Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 148,500148,500WASTEWATER FUND 148,500 148,500Total Description This project is a water main replacement project with respective street and sidewalk replacement. Approximately 1,100 feet of 6" cast iron (vintage 1955) will be replaced with 8" PVC and ductile iron water main. 60 ft of 16" cast iron (vintage 1962) will also be replaced. A significant amount of street repair will be included in this project. Project #W3212 Priority Essential (2) Justification The 6" water main broke on January 1, 2013 causing significant damage to the main thoroughfare. Budget Impact/Other This project reduces expenditures through the replacement of aged infrastructure with new infrastructure. Useful Life 70 years Project Name First Avenue (400-500 Block) Water Main Replace Category Water Operations Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$637,100 Contact Kevin Slutts Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 60,00060,000PLANNING/DESIGN 380,000380,000CONSTRUCTION 121,100121,100INSPECTION 76,00076,000CONTINGENCY 60,000 577,100 637,100Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 637,10060,000 577,100WATER FUND 60,000 577,100 637,100Total Project Summary by Name Description This project is a water main replacement project with respective street and sidewalk replacement. Approximately 875 feet of 6" cast iron (vintage 1955) will be replaced with 8" PVC and ductile iron pipe. Project #W3216 Priority Efficiency Improvement (3) Justification The water main has been subject to numerous water main breaks and has reach the end of it's useful life. Budget Impact/Other This project will reduce expenditures due to the replacement of aged infrastructure with new infrastructure. The estimated impact on the annual budget is less than $10,000. Useful Life 70 years Project Name Spruce St. (1300-1400 Block) Water Main Repl Category Water Operations Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$217,350 Contact Kevin Slutts Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 20,00020,000PLANNING/DESIGN 130,000130,000CONSTRUCTION 41,35041,350INSPECTION 26,00026,000CONTINGENCY 20,000 197,350 217,350Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 217,350217,350WATER FUND 217,350 217,350Total Project Summary by Name Description This project will extend City water main along Melrose Avenue/IWV Road, from Slothower Road to Hebl Avenue, and along Hebl Avenue to the Landfill.. Approximately 8,500 feet of water main (400 ft 12" ductile iron and 8,000 feet of 8" PVC). Project #W3220 Priority Essential (2) Justification Currently, the Landfill does not have access to City water, and utilizes a well to provide water for the site. The project provide City water to be used for Landfill operations, fire protection and staff use. Budget Impact/Other This project will increase the city's maintenance expenditures due to the addition of water main into the system. Useful Life 50 years Project Name Melrose - Landfill Water Main Extension Category Water Operations Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$1,420,000 Contact Jason Havel Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 110,000110,000PLANNING/DESIGN 1,100,0001,100,000CONSTRUCTION 55,00055,000INSPECTION 55,00055,000ADMINISTRATION 100,000100,000CONTINGENCY 110,000 1,310,000 1,420,000Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 1,420,000110,000 1,310,000LANDFILL FUND 110,000 1,310,000 1,420,000Total Project Summary by Name Description This first phase is an engineering study which is intended to investigate options for the removal of source water nutrient contaminants, specifically nitrates, and then construct the best solution. Project will remove nutrient contaminants from source water, specifically nitrates. Project #W3221 Priority Essential (2) Justification Dissolved ions, specifically nitrates, are not able to be removed by currently installed water treatment processes. Therefore to meet Safe Drinking Water Act standards the source water must be diluted with a separate source that contains a lesser concentration of the offending ions. Current trends indicate an increase in nutrient ion concentration making dilution an increasingly unreliable method to achieve federal standards. A long term nutrient removal solution must be implemented. Budget Impact/Other An increase in energy and maintenance costs will be experienced when the nutrient removal system is being used. The estimated impact to the operating budget is $25,000 to $50,000 per year. Useful Life 50 years Project Name Nutrient Removal Project Category Water Operations Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$700,000 Contact Kevin Slutts Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 100,000100,000PLANNING/DESIGN 600,000600,000CONSTRUCTION 100,000 600,000 700,000Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 700,000100,000 600,000WATER FUND 100,000 600,000 700,000Total Project Summary by Name Description This is a water main replacement project with respective street and sidewalk replacement. Approximately 1200 feet of 6" cast-iron pipe (vintage 1928, 1939, and 1953) will be replaced with 6" PVC pipe on Dill Street between Black Spring Circle and part of Rider. Project #W3222 Priority Critical (1) Justification The existing water main has been subject to numerous water main breaks and has reached the end of its useful life. Improved valve placement will also decrease number of blocks/residences affected by future water main shutdowns. Budget Impact/Other This project will reduce expenditures due to the replacement of aged infrastructure with new infrastructure. The estimated impact on the annual budget is less than $10,000. Useful Life 70 years Project Name Dill St. Water Main Replacement Category Water Operations Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$551,975 Contact Kevin Slutts Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 50,00050,000PLANNING/DESIGN 360,000360,000CONSTRUCTION 67,47567,475INSPECTION 2,5002,500ADMINISTRATION 72,00072,000CONTINGENCY 50,000 501,975 551,975Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 551,975551,975WATER FUND 551,975 551,975Total Project Summary by Name Description This project will facilitate the replacement and upgrade of the Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA), distributed control computers and communications systems for the water treatment plant and remote facilities. The project is to replace the current (obsolete) File Server and accommodate addition of a Backup File Server for the Water Plant. The project also includes upgrading existing software, purchasing additional software and replacement of (1) obsolete Industrial Computer. Project #W3226 Priority Essential (2) Justification The City's ITS Department has recommended replacement of the existing Water Plant SCADA system. The operating systems for the operating and viewing nodes also require upgrades according to ITS. This will require and present the opportunity to upgrade the treatment plant control system(s) to be more stable, secure, and robust. It is also due to the need for upgrades in hardware, software, and firmware that are obsolete and/or incompatible. The current system is nearly 15 years old. Budget Impact/Other This will reduce maintenance and repairs costs due to the replacement of aging systems. The estimated savings to the operating budget is less than $10,000 per year. Useful Life 15 years Project Name Water Plant & Storage Reservoir SCADA Replacement Category Water Operations Type Multi-Phase Total Project Cost:$874,900 Contact Kevin Slutts Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 600,000600,000CONSTRUCTION 6,0006,000CONTINGENCY 606,000 606,000Total Prior 268,900 Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 606,000606,000WATER FUND 606,000 606,000Total Prior 268,900 Total Description This is a water main replacement project with respective street and sidewalk replacement. Approximately 550 feet of 6-inch cast-iron pipe (vintage 1956) will be replaced with 1250 feet of 8-inch PVC. Project #W3300 Priority Efficiency Improvement (3) Justification The existing water main has been subject to numerous water main breaks and has reached the end of its useful life. This project would also make the distribution system more robust by adding an additional looped feed to the system. This water main feeds Southeast Junior High School, and ranks in the top ten of the water main replacement matrix. Budget Impact/Other This water main replacement project will reduce operations and maintenance cost associated with emergency/after hours repairs. The estimated decrease in operating expenditures is less than $10,000 per year. Useful Life 70 years Project Name Bradford Drive Water Main Replacement Category Water Operations Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$340,000 Contact Kevin Slutts Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 40,00040,000PLANNING/DESIGN 300,000300,000CONSTRUCTION 40,000 300,000 340,000Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 340,00040,000 300,000WATER FUND 40,000 300,000 340,000Total Project Summary by Name Description This project is to look at short- and long-term actions to improve water system pressures on the westerly and easterly reaches of the city corporate boundary. Project #W3301 Priority Critical (1) Justification Areas on the far east and west reaches of the water distribution system are relatively high in elevation and engineering calculations for developments (both proposed and installed) in the areas show water pressures are expected to approach the minimum of the desired range. Follow-up actual system pressure recordings for the areas have been in line with calculations. Budget Impact/Other Pressure zoning will result in additional expentures for installation, operation, and maintenance of new infrastructure. There are expected to be a number of resulting project sizes from this assessment ranging in cost from thousands to multi-million. Additional expenditures for operation and maintenance are estimated between $10,000 and $20,000 per year. Useful Life 20 years Project Name Water Distribution Pressure Zone Improvements Category Water Operations Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$1,100,000 Contact Kevin Slutts Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 100,000100,000PLANNING/DESIGN 1,000,0001,000,000CONSTRUCTION 100,000 1,000,000 1,100,000Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 1,100,0001,100,000REVENUE BONDS 1,100,000 1,100,000Total Description This is a water main replacement project with respective street and sidewalk replacement. Approximately 650 feet of 6-inch cast-iron pipe (vintage 1974) will be replaced with 8" PVC. Project #W3303 Priority Critical (1) Justification The existing water main has been subject to numerous water main breaks and has reached the end of its useful life. This projects also includes completing two new creek crossings to improve overall system network for the area. Ranks in the top ten of the water main replacement matrix. Budget Impact/Other This water main replacement project will reduce operations and maintenance cost associated with emergency/after hours repairs. The estimated decrease in operating expenditures is less than $10,000 per year. Useful Life 70 years Project Name Sixth Avenue Water Main Replacement Category Water Operations Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$340,000 Contact Kevin Slutts Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 40,00040,000PLANNING/DESIGN 300,000300,000CONSTRUCTION 40,000 300,000 340,000Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 340,00040,000 300,000WATER FUND 40,000 300,000 340,000Total Project Summary by Name Description Automate manual operating procedures, motorize concentrator adjustment and mortorized valve adjustor for the small influent valve. Project #W3304 Priority Efficiency Improvement (3) Justification Improved process control and safety. In the past operators have injured their backs adjusting these valve settings on the softeners. By placing motorized operators on these valves we avoid injury and provide for better operational control of the process. Budget Impact/Other This project will generate nominal maintenance costs for parts and troubleshooting. These costs are likely to be offset by safer and more ergonomic operations of softener control valves. The net impact on the operating budget is negligible. Useful Life 20 years Project Name Water Plant Softener Improvements Category Water Operations Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$75,000 Contact Kevin Slutts Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 75,00075,000OTHER 75,000 75,000Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 75,00075,000WATER FUND 75,000 75,000Total Description Remove and reinstall, or repair the one Jordan well. Project #W3305 Priority Critical (1) Justification The Jordan well is a primary source of low nitrate groundwater used seasonally to dilute river source water to maintain finished water below the Safe Drinking Water Act nitrate standard. The need to recondition the Jordan well is due to capacity reduction overtime and the continued usefulness as a low nitrate dilution water source. Budget Impact/Other The impact on the operating budget is negligible. Useful Life 10 years Project Name Jordan Well Rehabilitation Category Water Operations Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$150,000 Contact Kevin Slutts Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 150,000150,000CONSTRUCTION 150,000 150,000Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 150,000150,000WATER FUND 150,000 150,000Total Project Summary by Name Description Approximately 500 feet of 6-inch cast-iron pipe (vintage 1958) will be replaced with 500 feet of 8-inch PVC on the 900 block of Deforest Avenue. Project #W3307 Priority Critical (1) Justification The existing water main has been subject to numerous water main breaks and has reached the end of its useful life. This project would also improve the water distribution system valving in the area, and ranks in the top fifteen of the water main replacement matrix. Budget Impact/Other This project will reduce expenditures due to the replacement of aged infrastructure with new infrastructure. The estimated impact on the annual budget is less than $10,000. Useful Life 70 years Project Name Deforest Ave Water Main Replacement Category Water Operations Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$350,000 Contact Kevin Slutts Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 40,00040,000PLANNING/DESIGN 40,000 40,000Total Future 310,000 Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 40,00040,000WATER FUND 40,000 40,000Total Future 310,000 Total Description Allocates $100,000 in 2018 due to failure of Collector Well #1 laterals. An engineering study of existing alluvial raw water facilities is scheduled for 2020 which will generate plans and specifications to develop or redevelop new or existing sources. The study would be followed by the execution of the recommended solution for additional raw water capacity. Project #W3311 Priority Efficiency Improvement (3) Justification Currently the two collector wells on the north plant site (#1 & 2) produce an average of about 1.0 to 1.5 million gallons of raw water daily. The remainder, about 4.0 to 4.5 million gallons a day, of the raw water from alluvial collector wells is generated at the south peninsula site. These two sites are powered from different sources and the peninsula wells are a single point failure should an extended loss of power occur. Further municipal growth will drive the need to be able to produce more raw water for treatment from these wells. Budget Impact/Other This project will create additional costs to operate and maintain additional wells and water main. The additional operating costs from this project are estimated to be $10,000 to $25,000 per year. Useful Life 20 years Project Name Collector Well Capacity Improvements Category Water Operations Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$700,000 Contact Kevin Slutts Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 100,000100,000PLANNING/DESIGN 600,000100,000 500,000CONSTRUCTION 100,000 100,000 500,000 700,000Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 700,000100,000 100,000 500,000WATER FUND 100,000 100,000 500,000 700,000Total Project Summary by Name Description Remove and reinstall, or repair the three Silurian wells. Project #W3312 Priority Critical (1) Justification The three Silurian wells are a primary source of low nitrate groundwater used seasonally to dilute river source water to maintain finished water below the Safe Drinking Water Act nitrate standard. The need to recondition the Silurian wells is due to capacity reduction over time and their continued usefulness as a low nitrate dilution water source. Budget Impact/Other The impact on the operating budget is negligible. Useful Life 10 years Project Name Silurian Well Rehabilitation Category Water Operations Type Multi-Phase Total Project Cost:$170,000 Contact Kevin Slutts Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 80,00080,000CONSTRUCTION 80,000 80,000Total Prior 90,000 Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 80,00080,000WATER FUND 80,000 80,000Total Prior 90,000 Total Description Replace approximately 4,500 feet of 12-inch water main (1990 vintage) along Highway 1 from Miller Ave to Willow Creek Dr. that is situated on north of pavement in relatively corrosive soils. Project #W3313 Priority Essential (2) Justification This water main is situated within corrosive soils and has experienced multiple main breaks. Due to the line being a transmission main, breaks cause very large pressure losses and disruptions within the distribution system. Replacement of this main with new materials installed to mitigate the corrosive effects of the soils will provide more reliable service to our customers. Budget Impact/Other This project will have a neutral impact on the operating budget as it is the replacement of existing infrastructure. Useful Life 70 years Project Name Hwy 1 Water (Miller to Willow) Main Replacement Category Water Operations Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$100,000 Contact Kevin Slutts Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 100,000100,000PLANNING/DESIGN 100,000 100,000Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 100,000100,000WATER FUND 100,000 100,000Total Project Summary by Name Description Replace the (4) four variable frequency drives (VFDs) on our high service pumps. Project #W3314 Priority Essential (2) Justification The VFD's servicing our high service pumps will have been in operation for approximately 20 years when this project reaches construction. This is a typical life span for VFD's and already in 2018 we have had to adapt our SCADA replacement project to accommodate the out-moded communications protocols utilized by these drives. We anticipate that by 2022/2023 the age of the drives will necessitate replacement due to technological advances and deterioration of equipment. Budget Impact/Other Potential cost savings derived from decreased power usage and less wear on the pumps. Useful Life 20 years Project Name High Service Pump VFD Replacement Category Water Operations Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$50,000 Contact Kevin Slutts Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 50,00050,000PLANNING/DESIGN 50,000 50,000Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 50,00050,000WATER FUND 50,000 50,000Total Description This project provides needed maintenance of the facility, e.g. plaster repairs, painting, carpeting, tuckpointing, furniture replacement, remodeling to improve use\operation of facility. Project #KNEW1 Priority Essential (2) Justification The most recent interior improvements were done 19 years ago. Wall paper is coming off walls, plaster is damaged (severly in some places), furniture is soiled. Further it's been around 10 years since the building's tuckpointing was checked and repairs implemented. There currently is a large unused space (kitchen) that could be put to use for much needed storage, to facilitate rentals, and for programming. Given the age of the facility, repairs tend to be more involved and expensive. Budget Impact/Other It will have a minor impact on operation of facility with repairs to walls, windows, and ceilings. Improved appearance may help increase membership sales. Tuckpointing will increase efficiency. Remodel of kitchen may bring in additional rental income. Overall net impact is less than $10,000. Useful Life 20 years Project Name Senior Center Improvements Category Senior Center Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$350,000 Contact Linda Kopping Department SENIOR CENTER MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 350,000350,000CONSTRUCTION 350,000 350,000Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 350,000350,000GENERAL FUND 350,000 350,000Total Project Summary by Name Description This project involves the automation of operations in the parking decks, parking enforcement and the upgrade of parking meters on street. Additional access and revenue control equipment will be installed in the parking decks. Project #T3009 Priority Efficiency Improvement (3) Justification Four of the five parking facilites have had automation equipment installed and with the pending development of the College and Gilbert location, Chauncey Swan may need upgraded as well. 2017 is being adjusted in order to account for the equipment being installed in the newly constructed Harrison Street Parking facility. In addition, funds have been added to outfit another vehicle with license plate recognition equipment. Budget Impact/Other No additonal positions will be required for these purchases. There will be an additonal operating and maintenance cost of roughly $5,000 annually for software subscription services. Useful Life 15 years Project Name Parking Facility & Enforcement Automation Category Parking Operations Type Multi-Phase Total Project Cost:$1,192,500 Contact Mark Rummel Department TRANSPORTATION SERVIC MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 60,00060,000CONSTRUCTION 60,000 60,000Total Prior 1,132,500 Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 60,00060,000PARKING FUND 60,000 60,000Total Prior 1,132,500 Total Description This project will involve the upgrade of existing parking revenue control equipment to be able to accept credit cards with EMV chips. Project #T3018 Priority Essential (2) Justification Security measures to protect credit card users continues to be more wide spread and is now becoming available for parking equipment. We forsee having to incorporate this upgrade to our existing system. Budget Impact/Other The impact on the operating budget is negligible. Useful Life 10 years Project Name Parking Equipment EMV Upgrade Category Parking Operations Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$75,000 Contact Mark Rummel Department TRANSPORTATION SERVIC MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 75,00075,000CONSTRUCTION 75,000 75,000Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 60,00060,000PARKING FUND 15,00015,000TRANSIT FUND 75,000 75,000Total Project Summary by Name Description This project will include milling and resurfacing the existing Robert A. Lee Recreation Center parking lot with 2" asphalt overlay. Project #T3019 Priority Essential (2) Justification The lot has several excessive cracking and sinking locations that create an unsafe condition for pedestrians. This lot is utilized by Rec Center visitors and is an overflow location for the Chauncey Swan Ramp. Budget Impact/Other This project will reduce operating expenditures through a reduction in the cost of repairs and maintenance to the old infrastructure. The estimated reduction in operating expenditures is less than $10,000. Useful Life 15 years Project Name Recreation Center Parking Lot Asphalt Overlay Category Parking Operations Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$135,000 Contact Mark Rummel Department TRANSPORTATION SERVIC MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 135,000135,000CONSTRUCTION 135,000 135,000Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 135,000135,000PARKING FUND 135,000 135,000Total Description This project involves the construction of a new transit and equipment facility for maintenance operations and storage. As part of this project, the storage area will be expanded allowing for an increase in fleet size and the maintenance facility will be upgraded. The relocation will address the environmental issues that exist at the current facility sites and allow for the redevelopment of a major commercial site at the corner of Highway 6 and Riverside Drive. Project #T3055 Priority Essential (2) Justification These facilities have outlived their useful life and are in need of replacement. The faciliies have structural issues from the surrounding area, and a new facility will improve the delivery of service. The two facilities would be consolidated into one to create better utilization of space and would be more cost effective. A FTA grant is being sought to assist in the construction. Budget Impact/Other The replacement of transit and equipment facilities should be to newer and more energy efficient facilities, however, the new facilities will be larger and contain more operational functionality. The additional size and capability of the facility will most likely offset the potential savings from the newer facility. Additional savings/cost from this facility has not been determined. Useful Life 40 Years Project Name Transit/Equipment Facility Relocation Category Transit Operations Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$18,000,000 Contact Mark Rummel Department TRANSPORTATION SERVIC MATCH %20% GRANTEE FTA TIF DISTRICT None PLAN Transportation Plan Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 18,000,00018,000,000CONSTRUCTION 18,000,000 18,000,000Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 3,000,0003,000,000EQUIPMENT FUND 12,000,00012,000,000FEDERAL GRANTS 3,000,0003,000,000TRANSIT FUND 18,000,000 18,000,000Total Project Summary by Name Description This project will allow for the purchase of bus shelters to replace shelters in need of extensive repair as well as allow for new bus shelter installations. Project #T3059 Priority Essential (2) Justification Many of the existing bus shelters have exceeded their useful life and are in need of replacement. In additon, we have received multiple requests for the installation of bus shelters in high ridership areas. Budget Impact/Other There will be no additional staff needed for this purchase and no additional costs will be incurred in our operating budget. Useful Life 10 years Project Name Transit Bus Shelter Replacement & Expansion Category Transit Operations Type Multi-Phase Total Project Cost:$200,000 Contact Mark Rummel Department TRANSPORTATION SERVIC MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 50,00050,000OTHER 50,000 50,000Total Prior 150,000 Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 50,00050,000TRANSIT FUND 50,000 50,000Total Prior 150,000 Total Description This project will include milling and resurfacing drive areas of the existing Transit maintenance and storage parking lot with 4" asphalt overlay. Project #T3063 Priority Essential (2) Justification The lot has several excessive cracking and sinking locations that create an unsafe condition for employees and cause excessive wear and tear on our Transit fleet. This location was constructed on an old dump site and experiences on-going ground settlement. Budget Impact/Other This project will reduce operating expenditures through a reduction in the cost of repairs and maintenance to the old infrastructure. The estimated reduction in operating expenditures is less than $10,000. Useful Life 15 years Project Name Transit Facility Parking Lot Asphalt Overlay Category Transit Operations Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$50,000 Contact Mark Rummel Department TRANSPORTATION SERVIC MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 50,00050,000CONSTRUCTION 50,000 50,000Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 50,00050,000TRANSIT FUND 50,000 50,000Total Project Summary by Name Description This would allow Transit to purchase a mobile lift used for repairing Heavy and Light Duty Buses. Project #T3064 Priority Essential (2) Justification The current hoists are stationary and were installed 30+ years ago, when the Transit Facility was built. The current hoists require on-going maintenance and need replaced. A mobile lift can be used in any repair bay and will be transferred to the new facility. Budget Impact/Other This project will reduce operating expenditures through a reduction in the cost of repairs and maintenance to the old infrastructure. The estimated reduction in operating expenditures is less than $10,000. Useful Life 25 years Project Name Transit Mobile Column Vehicle Lift Category Transit Operations Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$60,000 Contact Mark Rummel Department TRANSPORTATION SERVIC MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20182019202020212022Expenditures 60,00060,000CONSTRUCTION 60,000 60,000Total Total20182019202020212022Funding Sources 60,00060,000TRANSIT FUND 60,000 60,000Total Project Summary by Name Project Name Description Unfunded Amt 1 - Bridges 1 BURLINGTON ST BRIDGE- SOUTH This project is a replacement of the Burlington Bridge over the Iowa River that will also increase the number of lanes. $16,000,000 2 F STREET BRIDGE This project involves the removal and replacement of the existing corrugated metal arch bridge with a larger bridge. $773,000 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. $773,000 4 SECOND AVENUE BRIDGE This project will replace the bridge over Ralston Creek at Second Avenue and will include sidewalks. $773,000 5 SIXTH AVENUE BRIDGE This project involves the removal and replacement of the existing twin box culvert with a larger bridge. $773,000 6 THIRD AVENUE BRIDGE This project will replace the bridge over the South Branch of Ralston Creek at Third Avenue. $773,000 2 - Streets 7 BENTON STREET - ORCHARD TO OAKNOLL This is a capacity related improvement identified by the Arterial Street Plan. $5,150,000 8 BROOKLAND PARK DRIVE REHABILITATION This project will include reconstruction of Brookland Park Drive and updates to utilities. $1,450,000 9 DODGE ST - GOVERNOR TO BOWERY Street reconstruction and storm sewer improvements. This is a joint project with the IDOT. $10,712,000 10 DUBUQUE RD PAVING - BRISTOL TO DODGE Reconstruct and upgrade to urban cross sections.$1,339,000 11 DUBUQUE STREET ACCESS ROAD AND TRAFFIC SIGNAL This project will construct an access drive from the north end of Laura Dr to Dubuque Street, south of the Interstate 80 / Dubuque St interchange. May also facilitate a second means of access from the Peninsula area to Dubuque St. $2,000,000 12 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. $212,000 13 GILBERT / US 6 INTERSECTION LEFT TURN LANES Reconstruct the intersection of Gilbert & US 6 to include dual left turn lanes on Gilbert St. $4,840,000 14 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. $327,000 15 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. $812,000 16 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. $9,167,000 17 MCCOLLISTER - SYCAMORE ST TO SCOTT BLVD Extend proposed McCollister Boulevard from Sycamore Street to Scott Boulevard. $9,088,000 18 MUSCATINE AVENUE RECONSTRUCTION, IOWA TO FIRST AVE This project will reconstruct Muscatine Avenue from Iowa Avenue to 1st Avenue. $10,510,000 19 NORTH GILBERT ST PAVING This project will reconstruct the 900 block of North Gilbert Street to improve the pavement form a chip seal to concrete pavement with curbs, gutters, and sidewalks. $743,000 20 OAKDALE BLVD This project would construct an extension north across I-80 to a new intersection with Iowa Hwy 1. $15,000,000 City of Iowa City Capital Improvement Program Unfunded Projects Project Name Description Unfunded Amt City of Iowa City Capital Improvement Program Unfunded Projects 21 OAKDALE BLVD-HWY 1 TO PRAIRIE DU CHIEN RD This project would construct Oakdale Blvd from Hwy 1, west to Prairie Du Chien Road. $8,240,000 22 PENINSULA SECONDARY ACCESS ROAD This project will establish a more reliable access to the Peninsula neighborhood by either elevating Foster Rd from Laura Dr to No Name road by creating a secondary access to the area. This project will not be necessary if the Taft Speedway Levee Project is constructed. $2,883,000 23 FOSTER ROAD EXTENSION - DUBUQUE TO PRAIRIE DU CHIEN This project will pave a portion of Foster Road east of Dubuque Street and extend the sanitary sewer. $2,700,000 24 RIVERSIDE DRIVE STREETSCAPE Phases II to V of the South Riverside Drive Streetscape Master Plan, which includes improvements to the west side of Riverside Drive from Benton to Hwy 6 and the east side of Riverside from Myrtle to Hwy 6. Project includes consolidation of driveways, undergrounding of utilities, and installation of sidewalks and landscaping. $2,650,000 25 ROHRET RD IMPROVEMENTS- LAKESHORE TO LIMITS Project will reconstruct Rohret Rd to urban standards.$1,813,000 26 S GILBERT ST IMPROVEMENTS Reconstruction from Benton Street to Stevens Drive. This project does not include improvements to the Gilbert St. / Highway 6 intersection. $4,326,000 27 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 . $15,987,000 28 SYCAMORE-HWY 6 TO HIGHLAND This project involves additional lanes to improve capacity and storm sewer improvements. $750,000 29 SYCAMORE STREET - EAST- WEST LEG FROM "L" TO SOUTH GILBERT This project will reconstruct Sycamore Street to arterial standards using the Complete Streets Policy. This phase will be the east-west leg of Sycamore Street. $3,040,000 30 TAFT AVENUE Reconstruct Herbert Hoover Hwy to 420th Street.$17,399,000 31 LAURA DRIVE RECONSTRUCTION Reconstruction of entire length of Laura Drive to standard two lane width with curb, storm sewer and sidewalk. $2,000,000 32 LINN STREET RECONSTRUCTION, BURLINGTON TO IOWA This project is part of the downtown streetscape master plan. This project reconstructs Linn Street from Burlington Street to Iowa Avenue. Project improves sidewalk pavement, addresses critical update to water main, replaces and relocates storm sewer between Washington & Iowa. $1,935,000 33 CLINTON STREET STREETSCAPE Improve Clinton Street Streetscape south of Burlington Street consistent with the Riverfront Crossings Plan. Minor pavement improvements and lane striping a part of project. $1,500,000 34 FAIRCHILD BRICK STREET RECONSTRUCTION This project reconstructs two blocks of brick street along Fairchild Street from Clinton Street to Linn Street and will include complete removal of the existing pavement, salvage of existing bricks, and construction of new a 7 inch concrete pavement base with asphalt setting bed and brick surface. $1,100,000 35 INTERSTATE 80 AESTHETIC IMPROVEMENTS Landscaping and 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. $300,000 36 TOWNCREST DRIVE RECONSTRUCTION A private street that the property owners would dedicate the right of way to the City, and the City will reconstruct. Parking along and adjacent to the right of way will be reconfigured to better facilitate vehicle movement and pedestrian safety. $600,000 Project Name Description Unfunded Amt City of Iowa City Capital Improvement Program Unfunded Projects 3 - Transportation Services 37 ROCK ISLAND RAILROAD DEPOT RESTORATION Preparation of Old Rock Island Railroad Depot for Amtrak service, including platform construction, lighting, utilities, passenger information display, ticketing kiosks, canopy, warming shelter, signage, parking, and accessibility improvements. $5,381,000 4 - Ped & Bike Trails 38 IOWA RIVER TRAIL, HIGHWAY 6 TO STURGIS FERRY PARK This project will extend the Iowa River Trail from just north of Highway 6 to Sturgis Ferry Park on the west side of the Iowa River. $1,180,000 39 OLD HIGHWAY 218 TRAIL/WIDE SIDEWALK This project will construct an 8' wide sidewalk adjacent to Old Highway 218 between Sturgis Ferry Park and McCollister Boulevard. $550,000 40 SOUTHGATE AVE IOWA RIVER TRAIL CONNECTOR This project will construct a trail connection along Southgate Avenue from Gilbert Street to the Iowa River Trail. $250,000 41 HWY 6 TRAIL -BROADWAY TO SYCAMORE Extend existing trail along Hwy 6 between Broadway to Sycamore Streets. $2,588,000 42 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. $870,000 43 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. $2,814,000 5 - Wastewater 44 NORTH BRANCH DAM TRUNK SEWER This project extends easterly along Ralston Creek from the North Branch Dam to Scott Boulevard. $3,860,000 45 NORTHEAST TRUNK SEWER Reconstruction of an under-sized sewer through the northeast neighborhoods. $5,221,000 46 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 west of Highway 218. $2,000,000 6 - Water 47 WEST SIDE GROUND STORAGE RESERVOIR Construction of a one million gallon buried potable water storage reservoir including pumping facilities. Land acquisition is complete. $1,545,000 48 WELL COMMUNICATIONS FIBER OPTIC CABLE Install fiber optic cable for well house communications and SCADA telemetry. $1,000,000 49 WATER TREATMENT PLANT FILTER #6 BUILDOUT Build out of filter #6 with internals including under drains, gravel, air grid piping, sand media, granular activated carbon (GAC) media, and backwash troughs. $241,600 50 WELL FIELD ELECTRICAL CABLE REPLACEMENT Replace aging medium voltage cable in both the plant site and the peninsula well fields. $175,000 51 LEE/HIGHWOOD STREET WATER MAIN REPLACEMENT This is a water main replacement project with respective street and sidewalk replacement at Lee Street and Highwood Street. Approximately 550 feet of 6" cast-iron pipe (vintage 1951) will be replaced with 6" PVC pipe. Approximately 300 feet of PVC will be installed where no pipe has existed previously. $195,500 52 GIBLIN DRIVE WATER MAIN REPLACEMENT This is a water main replacement project with respective street and sidewalk replacement. Approximately 620 feet of 6-inch cast-iron pipe (vintage 1953) will be replaced with 8" PVC. $246,350 Project Name Description Unfunded Amt City of Iowa City Capital Improvement Program Unfunded Projects 7 - Storm Water 53 CARSON LAKE REGIONAL STORM WATER 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. $1,160,000 54 IOWA AVENUE CULVERT REPAIRS This project will repair a box culvert that carries Ralston Creek under Iowa Avenue. $348,000 55 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. $135,000 56 OLYMPIC COURT STORM WATER Storm sewer retrofit to relieve localized flooding from storm water runoff. $464,000 57 SUNSET ST STORM SEWER The area just north and south of Kineton Green, east of Sunset, has experienced back yard flooding and drainage problems. $440,000 58 SPRUCE STREET (1300-1400 BLOCK) WATER MAIN REPLACEMENT This project is a water main replacement project with respective street and sidewalk replacement. Approximately 875 feet of 6" cast iron (vintage 1955) will be replaced with 8" PVC and ductile iron pipe. $217,350 59 RIVERSIDE DR. & ARTS CAMPUS STORM SEWER This will be a joint project with the University of Iowa to upgrade the Riverside Drive / Arts Campus storm sewer and lift station to perform better during future floods. $1,000,000 8 - Parks & Recreation 60 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. $16,000,000 61 WATERWORKS PARK BOAT RAMP This project is to add a boat ramp to access the Iowa River in the northeast corner of Waterworks Park. Improvements include a boat ramp, boat trailer parking, a boat dock, and an access road. $250,000 62 GILBERT STREET/PARK MAINT SHOP BOAT RAMP Addition of an accessible boat access to the Iowa River from the parking lot at the Park Maintenance Shop. $245,000 63 OFF ROAD BIKE TRAIL DEVELOPMENT Addition of multiuse soft surface trails for family friendly off road biking, cross country running/skiing and hiking along river bottom areas. $123,000 64 SAND PRARIE ENHANCEMENT 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. $273,000 65 MERCER PARK BALL DIAMOND #4 RENOVATION This project would reconfigure ball diamond #4 at Mercer Park to realign the field to a NW orientation. This would include the removal of the existing field, fencing, and spectator areas. $374,000 66 SECOND PARKING LOT AT ASHTON HOUSE Provides for additional parking on the north side of the Ashton House to support larger events at the facility. $130,000 67 LOWER CITY PARK MASTER PLAN IMPROVEMENTS Implement changes to make the park more resilient to flooding. Follows from the 2015 master plan. $23,268,522 68 EAST SIDE SPORTS COMPLEX IMPROVEMENTS Build out of a new 73 acre park on the City’s east side. The park includes expansion of various field sports as well as serves as a neighborhood amenity. Follows from the 2015 master plan. $14,034,794 Project Name Description Unfunded Amt City of Iowa City Capital Improvement Program Unfunded Projects 69 UPPER CITY PARK POOL AQUATIC ENHANCEMENTS The project includes design and construction of aquatic enhancements to Upper City Park. Includes renovation of the existing pool and the addition of modern aquatic features possibly including splash pads, slides and other family- friendly amenities. $4,500,000 70 MERCER PARK BALL DIAMOND ONE TURF CONVERSION Project would convert existing infield and outfield from natural materials to synthetic turf. Additional modifications would include new field and bullpen fencing. $2,154,000 71 TERRY TRUEBLOOD RECREATION AREA PARKING EXPANSION Expansion of the parking areas with addition of 100 parking spaces at the Terry Trueblood Recreation Area lodge and lake. $225,000 9 - Other Projects 72 BURLINGTON STREET MEDIAN Construct the Burlington Street median from Gilbert Street to Madison Street. Project includes relocation of water and sewer utilities. This project will require a traffic signal preemption system. (Part of the Riverfront Crossings amendment to City-University URA). $1,973,000 73 CEMETERY COLUMBARIUM Construction of a columbarium.$405,000 74 POLICE EVIDENCE STORAGE FACILITY Construction of a permanent evidence storage facility.$929,000 75 FIRE STATION #1 RELOCATION Relocate and expand / modernize Central Fire Station #1.$11,593,000 76 FIRE STATION #5 Construction of Fire Station #5 in the South Planning District. $2,898,000 77 FIRE STATION #6 Construction of Fire Station #6 in the Southwest Planning District. $2,898,000 78 FLOOD BUYOUTS This project will provide funds for the purchase of houses in designated flood hazard buyout areas after FEMA and CDBG buyout programs have ended. $530,000 79 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. $2,527,000 80 AIRPORT EQUIPMENT SHELTER Snow removal equipment was previously stored in United Hangar. Equipment Shelter would provide enclosed storage for equipment. $337,500 81 AIRPORT PERIMETER ROAD Construction perimeter road for maintenance and fueling vehicles to travel to south development area. $267,700 82 SOUTH AIRPORT SITE DEVELOPMENT South General Aviation area site development with access roadway and utilities. $2,125,100 83 SUMMIT ST. HISTORIC PLAN Streetscape and intersection elements through Summit Street Historic District. $302,000 84 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 if the Burlington St Median Project is constructed between Madison St and Gilbert St. $1,221,000 85 BURLINGTON STREET DAM Modification of the Burlington Street Dam to address public safety concerns, improve riverbank stability, improve fish habitat, and create recreational opportunities. $6,435,000 TOTAL - UNFUNDED PROJECTS 286,338,416$