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2021-2025 Capital Improvement ProgramProject Summary by Name Summary by Funding Source CAPITAL PROJECTS FUND Fund Summary Summary by Division Annual Recurring Projects Unfunded Projects F Y 2 0 2 2 481 482 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 2021-2025. Additional information for the City’s five-year CIP program including maps and photos is available on the City’s web page: https://www.icgov.org/budget under the Capital Improvement Program heading. 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 2021-2025, the total funding sources are $183,158,930, and the total expenditures are $184,333,930. The difference between the total expenditures and the total funding sources over the five-year period is a result of prior plan funding sources that are being utilized to cover current plan expenditures such as engineering and design. The 2022 CIP expenditures of $24,803,470 will be certified as part of the fiscal year 2022 operating budget. Total Capital Projects Fund fiscal year 2022 budgeted expenditures are $24,803,470. The 2022 CIP funding sources of $24,698,470 will also be certified as part of the fiscal year 2022 operating budget. Budgeted fiscal year 2022 Capital Projects Fund revenues and transfers in also include a transfer in from the TIF funds to reimburse for prior year expenditures of $18,191. Total Capital Projects Fund fiscal year 2022 budgeted revenues and transfer in are $24,716,661. The changes to the 2021 CIP are amended into the fiscal year 2021 operating budget. The fiscal year 2021 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 2021 are 483 $72,710,934; the revised budget includes the 2021 CIP expenditures of $30,224,050, prior year project carry forwards of $42,460,484, and internal loan interest payments of $26,400. The revised fiscal year 2021 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 2021 are $39,328,303; the revised budget includes the 2021 CIP funding sources of $29,784,050, State sales tax grant funding of $1,213,954, a transfer in from the TIF funds to reimburse for prior year expenditures of $2,165, and prior year project carry forwards of $8,328,134. 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. In fiscal year 2018, this was reduced to a 7-year loan due to better align with the anticipated timing of the state sales tax grant revenues. 2021 is the final year that the City will receive state sales tax grant revenues and the final year of the internal loan. The Capital Projects Fund’s 2021 budgeted expenditures include $26,400 for interest expense to be paid to the Wastewater Treatment Fund, and $1,375,000 in principal repayments, shown as transfers out. State sales tax grant revenues are budgeted at $1,213,954 in 2021. 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 2022 is $3,218,042. 484 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 Actual Actual Actual Revised Budget Projected Fund Balance, July 1 56,728,216$ 51,478,202$ 37,683,022$ 38,062,482$ 3,304,851$ 3,218,042$ Revenues: Use Of Money And Property Interest Revenues 547,585$ 745,132$ 499,001$ -$ -$ -$ Intergovernmental Fed Intergovnt Rev 57,993 347,216 1,044,497 7,397,347 292,500 16,000,000 Disaster Assistance 71,512 - - - - - Other State Grants 1,802,896 2,723,823 4,961,896 6,200,300 1,000,000 - State 28E Agreements 92,330 161,848 90,661 430,000 - - Local 28E Agreements 25,000 25,000 25,000 1,600,000 - - Charges of Fees & Services Development Fees - 63,645 93,462 - - - Miscellaneous Contrib & Donations 94,542 10,000 25,000 195,000 - - Printed Materials 1,245 4,360 885 - - - Other Misc Revenue 51,515 27,002 121,490 - - - Other Financial Sources Debt Sales 12,157,105 12,565,848 13,012,385 11,161,140 12,150,000 22,270,500 Sub-Total Revenues 14,901,722 16,673,874 19,874,276 26,983,787 13,442,500 38,270,500 Transfers In: Funds 14,286,521 6,987,195 4,751,737 4,140,635 4,178,661 4,038,970 Transfers-In from Enterprise Funds 10,030,558 9,138,147 8,020,378 8,068,845 6,345,500 14,022,500 Transfers-In from G.O. Bonds (21,242) - - - - - Misc Transfers-In 1,380 107,684 3,335 35,036 - - Internal Service (Non-Budgetary): Equipment Fund - - - 100,000 750,000 - Sub-Total Transfers In 24,297,217 16,233,026 12,775,451 12,344,516 11,274,161 18,061,470 Total Revenues & Transfers In 39,198,939$ 32,906,900$ 32,649,727$ 39,328,303$ 24,716,661$ 56,331,970$ Expenditures: Governmental: General Government 554,521$ 440,206$ 1,060,808$ 3,960,453$ 400,000$ 260,000$ Culture & Recreation 4,702,095 8,245,547 5,556,924 6,870,895 2,705,000 3,265,000 Community and Economic Dvlpmnt 5,481,026 8,407,063 237,979 404,524 - - Public Safety 59,910 5,026 768,914 1,872,077 125,000 108,500 Public Works 22,953,497 22,655,067 16,948,609 40,647,166 14,935,470 11,960,470 Enterprise: Parking Operations 544,815 288,825 70,266 1,584,073 890,000 770,000 Public Transportation 6,063 178,752 36,345 717,426 - 20,050,000 Wastewater Treatment 5,613,040 2,203,521 3,025,409 6,858,625 2,358,000 12,825,500 Water Operations 1,460,865 922,313 1,137,779 2,276,963 890,000 967,500 Refuse Operations - - - 550,000 - - Landfill 1,778,140 1,698,022 - 3,487,000 685,000 4,790,000 Storm Water 81,536 226,608 594,327 2,084,944 1,490,000 690,000 Airport 211,578 156,128 1,082,908 1,396,788 325,000 - Sub-Total Expenditures 43,447,087 45,427,080 30,520,267 72,710,934 24,803,470 55,686,970 Transfers Out: Capital Project Fund (20,986) - - - - - Misc Transfers Out 1,022,852 1,275,000 1,750,000 1,375,000 - - Sub-Total Transfers Out 1,001,866 1,275,000 1,750,000 1,375,000 - - Total Expenditures & Transfers Out 44,448,953$ 46,702,080$ 32,270,267$ 74,085,934$ 24,803,470$ 55,686,970$ Fund Balance, June 30 51,478,202$ 37,683,022$ 38,062,482$ 3,304,851$ 3,218,042$ 3,863,042$ Capital Projects Fund Fund Summary 485 Capital Improvement Plan 2021-2025 City of Iowa City, Iowa DIVISION SUMMARY thru2021 2025 TotalCategory20212022202320242025 774,150 325,000 1,700,000 150,000 2,949,150 50,000 50,000 250,000 250,000 750,000 750,000 1,995,000 1,360,000 1,200,000 4,555,000 2,087,000 685,000 4,790,000 840,000 8,402,000 150,000 325,000 25,000 500,000 750,000 890,000 770,000 705,000 737,500 3,852,500 50,000 700,000 260,000 100,000 250,000 1,360,000 1,900,000 1,265,000 2,490,000 2,045,000 6,525,000 14,225,000 125,000 108,500 233,500 410,000 410,000 110,000 690,000 650,000 650,000 5,950,000 8,050,000 550,000 550,000 700,000 300,000 125,000 450,000 350,000 1,925,000 721,000 1,490,000 690,000 990,000 240,000 4,131,000 15,695,470 14,185,470 11,960,470 26,697,470 14,135,470 82,674,350 350,000 20,050,000 50,000 20,450,000 2,557,430 2,358,000 12,825,500 3,050,000 2,950,000 23,740,930 Airport Cemetery Development Services Equipment Fire Landfill Library Parking Operations Parks Administration Parks Maintenance Police Public Works Administration Recreation Refuse Operations Senior Center Stormwater Street Operations Transit Operations Wastewater Treatment Water Operations 1,274,000 890,000 967,500 944,000 1,200,000 5,275,500 30,224,050 24,803,470 55,686,970 39,856,470 33,762,970 184,333,930TOTAL 486 Airport, $2,949,150 Fire, $4,555,000 Development Services, $250,000 Equipment, $750,000 Cemetery, $50,000 Landfill, $8,402,000 Library, $500,000 Parks Administration, $1,360,000 Parks Maintenance, $14,225,000 Parking Operations, $3,852,500 Transit Operations, $20,450,000 Police, $233,500 Public Works Administration, $410,000 Recreation, $8,050,000 Refuse Operations, $550,000 Senior Center, $1,925,000 Stormwater, $4,131,000 Street Operations, $82,674,350 Wastewater Treatment, $23,740,930 Water Operations, $5,275,500 Capital Improvement Program by Division 2021-2025 $184,333,930 487 Capital Improvement Plan 2021-2025 City of Iowa City, Iowa PROJECTS BY DIVISION 2021 2025thru Total20212022202320242025CategoryProject #Priority Airport A3442 181,900181,900Runway 12-30 Obstruction Mitigation & Part 77 1 A3447 60,00060,000Airport Parking Lot Expansion 3 A3465 150,000150,000Runway 7 Environmental Assessment 1 A3470 460,000460,000Runway 25 Threshold Relocation 1 A3471 397,25072,250 325,000Runway 12/30 Threshold Displacement/Relocation 1 A3473 1,250,0001,250,000Airport Apron Expansion 2 A3474 250,000250,000Runway 7/25 Pavement Repairs 2 A3475 200,000200,000Runway 12/30 Pavement Repairs 2 2,949,150774,150 325,000 1,700,000 150,000Airport Total Cemetery R4145 50,00050,000Cemetery Road Asphalt Overlay 2 50,00050,000Cemetery Total Development Services G4720 250,000250,000Permitting Software Upgrade 1 250,000250,000Development Services Total Equipment P3987 750,000750,000Non-Public Safety Radio System Upgrade 1 750,000750,000Equipment Total Fire Z4406 4,460,0001,900,000 1,360,000 1,200,000Fire Apparatus Replacement Program 1 Z4409 95,00095,000Fire Station #1 Apparatus Bay Slab Reconstruction 2 4,555,0001,995,000 1,360,000 1,200,000Fire Total Landfill L3328 1,250,000150,000 100,000 1,000,000Landfill Equipment Building Replacement 2 L3333 330,00030,000 300,000Compost Pad Improvements 2 L3334 620,000620,000South Side Recycling Site 3 L3335 600,00060,000 540,000Landfill Dual Extraction System Expansion 3 L3338 4,060,000100,000 260,000 3,700,000Future Landfill Cell 1 L3340 175,000175,000Bulk Water Fill Station 2 L3341 425,000425,000Bulldozer upgrade 1 L3342 150,000150,000Leachate Lagoon updates 2 L3343 792,000792,000Landfill Gas Infrastructure Expansion 1 8,402,0002,087,000 685,000 4,790,000 840,000Landfill Total 488 Total20212022202320242025CategoryProject #Priority Library B4343 325,000325,000First Floor Carpet and Furnishings Replacement 2 B4346 150,000150,000Automated Material Handler/Sorter 3 B4347 25,00025,000Facility Space Needs & Environmental Impact Study 3 500,000150,000 325,000 25,000Library Total Parking Operations T3004 1,950,000150,000 300,000 500,000 500,000 500,000Parking Facility Restoration Repair 2 T3020 200,000200,000Replacement of Electronics in Smart Parking Meters 1 T3021 100,000100,000Video Cameras for Parking Facilities 3 T3022 90,00090,000Parking Enforcement Vehicles 3 T3023 800,000400,000 400,000Parking Ramp Automated Parking Equipment 2 T3025 475,000270,000 205,000Replacement of LED fixtures in Parking Facilities 2 T3026 237,500237,500Tower Place Drainage Modifications 1 3,852,500750,000 890,000 770,000 705,000 737,500Parking Operations Total Parks Administration R4129 810,00050,000 400,000 260,000 50,000 50,000City Hall - Other Projects 1 R4332 300,000300,000Upgrade Building BAS Controls 3 R4388 250,00050,000 200,000ADA Elevator Improvements 1 1,360,00050,000 700,000 260,000 100,000 250,000Parks Administration Total Parks Maintenance R4130 410,00050,000 90,000 90,000 90,000 90,000Parks Annual Improvements/Maintenance 1 R4132 150,00030,000 30,000 30,000 30,000 30,000Park Annual ADA Accessibility Improvements 2 R4206 100,00025,000 25,000 25,000 25,000Intra-city Bike Trails 2 R4227 3,900,000400,000 3,500,000Hwy 6 Trail - Broadway to Fairmeadows 5 R4346 700,000350,000 350,000Palisades or Stone Bridge Park Development 2 R4350 350,00060,000 290,000Chadek Green Park Playground and Shelter 2 R4357 250,000100,000 150,000Whispering Meadows Park Eco Restore & Park Imprv 2 R4358 600,000600,000Lower City Park Shelters & Restroom Replacement 2 R4359 370,000370,000Kiwanis Park Playground & Shelter Renovation 2 R4362 450,000450,000Napoleon Park Softball Fields 5-8 Renovation 3 R4363 700,000100,000 600,000Upper City Park Master Plan and Improvements 2 R4365 245,000245,000Hickory Hill Park Conklin St Shelter & Restrooms 2 R4366 275,000275,000Glendale Park Shelter & Playground Replacement 2 R4368 400,000400,000Court Hill Park Shelter & Playground Replacement 2 R4371 150,000150,000Happy Hollow Playground Replacement 2 R4372 600,000600,000Terrell Mill Skate Park Redevelopment 2 R4373 175,000175,000City Park Ball Field Improvements 3 R4374 1,000,000800,000 200,000Mercer Park Ball Diamond Improvements 3 R4375 250,000250,000Hunter's Run Park Playground & Shelter 2 R4376 510,000510,000Hwy 6 Trail - Fairmeadows to Heinz 2 R4380 500,000100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000Annual Contracted Tree Planting 4 R4381 250,000250,000Event Facility Improvements 2 R4382 180,000180,000Off Road Bike Trail Development 5 R4383 400,000400,000Pedestrian Mall Playground 1 R4384 135,000135,000Benton Hills Playground Replacement 2 R4385 400,000400,000College Green Park Playground 2 R4386 200,000200,000Park Facility Parking Lot Overlay 2 R4387 575,000575,000Willow Creek Trail Replacement 2 14,225,0001,900,000 1,265,000 2,490,000 2,045,000 6,525,000Parks Maintenance Total 489 Total20212022202320242025CategoryProject #Priority Police Y4446 125,000125,000Digital Photo Evidence Management 3 Y4447 108,500108,500Animal Shelter Standy Generator 2 233,500125,000 108,500Police Total Public Works Administration P3985 410,000410,000Sand/Salt Storage Bunkers 3 410,000410,000Public Works Administration Total Recreation R4229 6,000,000100,000 5,900,000City Park Pool Replacement 3 R4230 100,000100,000Splash Pad Improvements 2 R4330 250,00050,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000Annual Recreation Center Improvements 1 R4351 1,000,000500,000 500,000Recreation Center Improvements 1 R4370 700,00060,000 640,000Robert A. Lee Recreation Center Pool Filter & HVAC 2 8,050,000110,000 690,000 650,000 650,000 5,950,000Recreation Total Refuse Operations L3337 550,000550,000Fully Automated Curbside Collections Truck 1 550,000550,000Refuse Operations Total Senior Center K1001 1,925,000700,000 300,000 125,000 450,000 350,000Annual Senior Center Facility Improvements 4 1,925,000700,000 300,000 125,000 450,000 350,000Senior Center Total Stormwater M3631 1,200,000240,000 240,000 240,000 240,000 240,0002 M3633 1,400,000150,000 1,250,0002 M3634 350,000350,0002 M3635 850,000100,000 750,0002 M3636 331,000331,000 Annual Stormwater Improvements North Westminster Storm Sewer Upgrades Rundell Street Pump Station Vault Modifications River Street Storm Sewer Improvements Petsel Place Storm Sewer Improvements 1 4,131,000721,000 1,490,000 690,000 990,000 240,000Storm Water Total Street Operations S3814 900,000150,000 300,000 150,000 150,000 150,000Annual 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 11,536,9403,107,388 2,107,388 2,107,388 2,107,388 2,107,388Annual Pavement Rehabilitation 1 S3826 940,410188,082 188,082 188,082 188,082 188,082Underground Electrical Facilities 2 S3827 900,000300,000 150,000 150,000 150,000 150,000Bicycle Master Plan Implementation 3 S3910 1,250,000250,000 250,000 250,000 250,000 250,000Annual Bridge Maintenance & Repair 1 S3936 5,060,0005,060,000Melrose Avenue Improvements 2 S3939 3,000,000300,000 2,700,000Dubuque Street Reconstruction 1 S3940 100,000100,000Kirkwood Avenue to Capitol Street Connection 2 S3946 6,325,000125,000 6,200,000Court Street Reconstruction 2 S3947 3,475,0003,475,000Benton Street Rehabilitation Project 2 S3950 5,750,0005,750,000Rochester Ave Reconst- First Ave. to Ralston Creek 2 S3951 75,00075,000Hwy 1/Hwy 6 Intersection Improvements Study 2 S3952 17,000,0001,250,000 15,750,000Dodge Street Reconstruct - Governor to Burlington 2 S3954 1,025,0001,025,000Orchard Street Reconstruction 2 S3955 1,437,000200,000 1,237,000N. Gilbert Street Reconstruction 2 490 Total20212022202320242025CategoryProject #Priority S3956 1,825,0001,825,000Gilbert Street Bridge Replacement 1 S3958 6,700,000700,000 6,000,000Park Road Reconstruct - Rocky Shore to Riverside 2 S3959 11,000,0001,000,000 10,000,000Taft Avenue Reconstruct - Am Legion to Lwr West Br 2 S3960 100,000100,000Oakdale Blvd Extension - Alignment Study 2 S3961 75,00075,000Foster Road Elevation 1 S3962 55,00055,000Highland Court Sidewalk Infill Project 3 S3963 2,050,000300,000 750,000 1,000,000Burlington Street Bridge Replacement 1 S3964 120,000120,000Scott Blvd. Sidewalk Infill 3 S3965 1,400,000100,000 1,300,000Fairchild Street Reconstruction 2 82,674,35015,695,470 14,185,470 11,960,470 26,697,470 14,135,470Street Operations Total Transit Operations T3055 20,200,000200,000 20,000,000Transit Maintenance Facility Relocation 2 T3059 150,00050,000 50,000 50,000Transit Bus Shelter Replacement & Expansion 2 T3067 100,000100,000Transit Interchange and Bus Stop Improvements 2 20,450,000350,000 20,050,000 50,000Transit Operations Total Wastewater Treatment V3101 3,750,000750,000 750,000 750,000 750,000 750,000Annual Sewer Main Replacement 2 V3147 187,430187,430Nevada Ave Sanitary Sewer Replacement 2 V3151 7,990,500120,000 7,870,500Digester Complex Rehabilitation 1 V3153 1,000,0001,000,000Influent Rake and Screen Replacement 1 V3154 1,025,00025,000 1,000,000Hawkeye Lift Station Rehabilitation 2 V3155 2,425,000250,000 2,175,000Rohret South Sewer 2 V3157 238,000238,000Wastewater Plant Mixer Improvements 2 V3158 170,000170,000Biosolids Conveyor Improvements 2 V3162 580,000580,000Benton Street Trunk Sewer Improvements 1 V3163 300,000300,000Aeration Basin Electric & Instrument Improvements 3 V3164 500,000500,000Return Activated Sludge Pump Replacement 2 V3165 500,000500,000Replacement of Influent Pump Station Pumps 2 V3166 250,000250,000Sewer Distribution Asset Inventory 2 V3167 200,000200,000Replace Grit Classifiers 2 V3168 1,050,000150,000 900,000Replace Heat Exchanger 2 V3169 800,000800,000Napoleon Lift Station Improvements 1 V3170 1,200,000300,000 300,000 300,000 300,000WWTP Roof Replacements 1 V3171 250,000250,000Replace Sludge Recirculation Pumps 2 V3172 150,000150,000Highlander Lift Station Improvements 2 V3173 175,000175,000Jet Truck Replacement 1 V3174 1,000,0001,000,000Aeration Eqiuipment Improvements 3 23,740,9302,557,430 2,358,000 12,825,500 3,050,000 2,950,000Wastewater Treatment Total Water Operations W3222 725,000725,000Dill St. Water Main Replacement 1 W3300 650,00050,000 600,000Bradford Drive Water Main Replacement 3 W3305 150,000150,000Jordan Well Rehabilitation 1 W3313 564,00064,000 500,000Hwy 1 (Hawk Ridge to WalMart) Water Main Repl 2 W3314 650,00050,000 600,000High Service Pump VFD Replacement 2 W3315 175,000175,000Peninsula Well Field Power Redundancy 3 W3316 115,000115,000Chlorine Feeder System Upgrade 2 W3317 45,00045,000Water Front Meeting Room A/V Upgrades 3 W3318 40,00040,000GSR Generator Enclosure Replacement 2 W3319 100,000100,000Chemical Room & Outdoor Lighting Upgrade 3 W3320 661,50067,500 594,000Hwy 6 (Fairmeadows to Ind Park Rd) Water Main Repl 1 W3321 150,000150,000Treatment Technology Study 2 W3322 1,000,000100,000 900,000Collector Well #2 Cleaning and Upgrade 1 491 Total20212022202320242025CategoryProject #Priority W3323 250,000250,000Water Distribution Asset Inventory 2 5,275,5001,274,000 890,000 967,500 944,000 1,200,000Water Operations Total GRAND TOTAL 184,333,93030,224,050 24,803,470 55,686,970 39,856,470 33,762,970 492 Capital Improvement Plan 2021-2025 City of Iowa City, Iowa FUNDING SOURCE SUMMARY 2021 thru 2025 TotalSource20212022202320242025 300,91583,415 32,500 170,000 15,000 500,000100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 850,000100,000 750,000 28,596,0952,888,595 1,292,500 16,000,000 5,280,000 3,135,000 4,751,500835,000 950,000 978,500 993,000 995,000 51,406,1409,269,140 10,750,000 9,820,000 11,727,000 9,840,000 14,602,0001,892,000 1,400,000 2,035,000 1,175,000 8,100,000 3,680,0001,325,000 425,000 1,090,000 840,000 4,852,000892,000 260,000 3,700,000 1,600,0001,600,000 14,126,0001,576,000 9,850,000 2,700,000 3,852,500750,000 890,000 770,000 705,000 737,500 550,000550,000 10,415,50010,415,500 13,535,0002,797,000 2,797,000 2,647,000 2,647,000 2,647,000 4,131,000721,000 1,490,000 690,000 990,000 240,000 4,350,000250,000 4,050,000 50,000 892,000380,000 272,000 240,000 1,567,350313,470 313,470 313,470 313,470 313,470 13,325,4302,187,430 2,358,000 2,755,000 3,075,000 2,950,000 AIRPORT FUND EMERGENCY LEVY EQUIPMENT FUND FEDERAL GRANTS GENERAL FUND GO BONDS-ESSENTIAL PURPOSE GO BONDS-GENERAL PURPOSE LANDFILL FUND LANDFILL REPLACEMENT RESERVE OTHER LOCAL GOVERNMENTS OTHER STATE GRANTS PARKING FUND REFUSE COLLECTION FUND REVENUE BONDS ROAD USE TAX FUND STORMWATER FUND TRANSIT FUND UNIVERSITY OF IOWA UTILITY FRANCHISE TAX WASTEWATER FUND WATER FUND 5,275,5001,274,000 890,000 967,500 944,000 1,200,000 29,784,050 24,698,470 56,331,970 39,081,470 33,262,970 183,158,930GRAND TOTAL 493 Utility Franchise Tax, $1,567,350 Federal Grants, $28,596,095 University of Iowa, $892,000 Other State Grants, $14,126,000 Other Local Governments, $1,600,000 General Fund, $4,751,500 Road Use Tax Fund, $13,535,000 Water Fund, $5,275,500 Wastewater Fund, $13,325,430 Parking Fund, $3,852,500 Transit Fund, $4,350,000 Airport Fund, $300,915 Landfill Fund, $8,532,000 Stormwater Fund, $4,131,000 Emergency Levy, $500,000 Refuse Collection Funds, $550,000 Equipment Fund, $850,000 GO Bonds, $66,008,140 Revenue Bonds, 10,415,500 Capital Improvement Program by Funding Source 2021-2025 $183,158,930 494 Capital Improvement Plan 2021-2025 City of Iowa City, Iowa PROJECTS BY FUNDING SOURCE 2021 2025thru TotalSourceProject #Priority 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025 AIRPORT FUND A3442 18,19018,190Runway 12-30 Obstruction Mitigation & Part 77 1 A3447 12,00012,000Airport Parking Lot Expansion 3 A3465 15,00015,000Runway 7 Environmental Assessment 1 A3470 46,00046,000Runway 25 Threshold Relocation 1 A3471 39,7257,225 32,500Runway 12/30 Threshold Displacement/Relocation 1 A3473 125,000125,000Airport Apron Expansion 2 A3474 25,00025,000Runway 7/25 Pavement Repairs 2 A3475 20,00020,000Runway 12/30 Pavement Repairs 2 300,91583,415 32,500 170,000 15,000AIRPORT FUND Total EMERGENCY LEVY R4380 500,000100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000Annual Contracted Tree Planting 4 500,000100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000EMERGENCY LEVY Total EQUIPMENT FUND P3987 750,000750,000Non-Public Safety Radio System Upgrade 1 T3055 100,000100,000Transit Maintenance Facility Relocation 2 850,000100,000 750,000EQUIPMENT FUND Total FEDERAL GRANTS A3442 163,710163,710Runway 12-30 Obstruction Mitigation & Part 77 1 A3465 135,000135,000Runway 7 Environmental Assessment 1 A3470 414,000414,000Runway 25 Threshold Relocation 1 A3471 357,52565,025 292,500Runway 12/30 Threshold Displacement/Relocation 1 A3473 1,125,0001,125,000Airport Apron Expansion 2 A3474 225,000225,000Runway 7/25 Pavement Repairs 2 A3475 180,000180,000Runway 12/30 Pavement Repairs 2 R4227 500,000500,000Hwy 6 Trail - Broadway to Fairmeadows 5 S3936 930,000930,000Melrose Avenue Improvements 2 S3947 1,315,8601,315,860Benton Street Rehabilitation Project 2 S3952 3,750,0003,750,000Dodge Street Reconstruct - Governor to Burlington 2 S3956 1,000,0001,000,000Gilbert Street Bridge Replacement 1 S3959 2,500,0002,500,000Taft Avenue Reconstruct - Am Legion to Lwr West Br 2 T3055 16,000,00016,000,000Transit Maintenance Facility Relocation 2 28,596,0952,888,595 1,292,500 16,000,000 5,280,000 3,135,000FEDERAL GRANTS Total GENERAL FUND B4346 150,000150,000Automated Material Handler/Sorter 3 495 TotalSourceProject #Priority 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025 B4347 25,00025,000Facility Space Needs & Environmental Impact Study 3 G4720 250,000250,000Permitting Software Upgrade 1 K1001 1,225,000300,000 125,000 450,000 350,000Annual Senior Center Facility Improvements 4 R4129 150,00050,000 50,000 50,000City Hall - Other Projects 1 R4130 410,00050,000 90,000 90,000 90,000 90,000Parks Annual Improvements/Maintenance 1 R4132 150,00030,000 30,000 30,000 30,000 30,000Park Annual ADA Accessibility Improvements 2 R4145 50,00050,000Cemetery Road Asphalt Overlay 2 R4206 100,00025,000 25,000 25,000 25,000Intra-city Bike Trails 2 R4230 100,000100,000Splash Pad Improvements 2 R4330 250,00050,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000Annual Recreation Center Improvements 1 R4357 10,00010,000Whispering Meadows Park Eco Restore & Park Imprv 2 R4363 100,000100,000Upper City Park Master Plan and Improvements 2 R4373 175,000175,000City Park Ball Field Improvements 3 R4374 300,000100,000 200,000Mercer Park Ball Diamond Improvements 3 R4381 250,000250,000Event Facility Improvements 2 R4382 180,000180,000Off Road Bike Trail Development 5 R4388 250,00050,000 200,000ADA Elevator Improvements 1 S3951 75,00075,000Hwy 1/Hwy 6 Intersection Improvements Study 2 S3960 100,000100,000Oakdale Blvd Extension - Alignment Study 2 S3961 75,00075,000Foster Road Elevation 1 Y4446 125,000125,000Digital Photo Evidence Management 3 Y4447 108,500108,500Animal Shelter Standy Generator 2 Z4406 48,00048,000Fire Apparatus Replacement Program 1 Z4409 95,00095,000Fire Station #1 Apparatus Bay Slab Reconstruction 2 4,751,500835,000 950,000 978,500 993,000 995,000GENERAL FUND Total GO BONDS-ESSENTIAL PURPOSE R4350 350,000350,000Chadek Green Park Playground and Shelter 2 R4357 150,000150,000Whispering Meadows Park Eco Restore & Park Imprv 2 R4358 600,000600,000Lower City Park Shelters & Restroom Replacement 2 R4359 370,000370,000Kiwanis Park Playground & Shelter Renovation 2 R4363 600,000600,000Upper City Park Master Plan and Improvements 2 R4365 245,000245,000Hickory Hill Park Conklin St Shelter & Restrooms 2 R4366 275,000275,000Glendale Park Shelter & Playground Replacement 2 R4368 400,000400,000Court Hill Park Shelter & Playground Replacement 2 R4371 150,000150,000Happy Hollow Playground Replacement 2 R4375 250,000250,000Hunter's Run Park Playground & Shelter 2 R4383 400,000400,000Pedestrian Mall Playground 1 R4384 135,000135,000Benton Hills Playground Replacement 2 R4385 400,000400,000College Green Park Playground 2 R4386 200,000200,000Park Facility Parking Lot Overlay 2 S3824 1,000,0001,000,000Annual Pavement Rehabilitation 1 S3936 1,780,0001,780,000Melrose Avenue Improvements 2 S3939 3,000,0003,000,000Dubuque Street Reconstruction 1 S3940 100,000100,000Kirkwood Avenue to Capitol Street Connection 2 S3946 6,200,0006,200,000Court Street Reconstruction 2 S3947 2,409,1402,409,140Benton Street Rehabilitation Project 2 S3950 5,750,0005,750,000Rochester Ave Reconst- First Ave. to Ralston Creek 2 S3952 2,400,0002,400,000Dodge Street Reconstruct - Governor to Burlington 2 S3954 1,210,0001,210,000Orchard Street Reconstruction 2 S3955 1,437,0001,437,000N. Gilbert Street Reconstruction 2 S3956 1,000,0001,000,000Gilbert Street Bridge Replacement 1 S3958 6,700,000700,000 6,000,000Park Road Reconstruct - Rocky Shore to Riverside 2 496 TotalSourceProject #Priority 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025 S3959 8,500,0001,000,000 7,500,000Taft Avenue Reconstruct - Am Legion to Lwr West Br 2 S3962 55,00055,000Highland Court Sidewalk Infill Project 3 S3963 300,000300,000Burlington Street Bridge Replacement 1 S3964 120,000120,000Scott Blvd. Sidewalk Infill 3 S3965 1,400,0001,400,000Fairchild Street Reconstruction 2 Z4406 3,520,0001,520,000 1,040,000 960,000Fire Apparatus Replacement Program 1 51,406,1409,269,140 10,750,000 9,820,000 11,727,000 9,840,000GO BONDS-ESSENTIAL PURPOSE Total GO BONDS-GENERAL PURPOSE B4343 325,000325,000First Floor Carpet and Furnishings Replacement 2 K1001 700,000700,000Annual Senior Center Facility Improvements 4 L3334 620,000620,000South Side Recycling Site 3 P3985 410,000410,000Sand/Salt Storage Bunkers 3 R4129 660,000400,000 260,000City Hall - Other Projects 1 R4227 700,000700,000Hwy 6 Trail - Broadway to Fairmeadows 5 R4229 6,000,0006,000,000City Park Pool Replacement 3 R4332 300,000300,000Upgrade Building BAS Controls 3 R4346 700,000350,000 350,000Palisades or Stone Bridge Park Development 2 R4351 1,000,000500,000 500,000Recreation Center Improvements 1 R4362 450,000450,000Napoleon Park Softball Fields 5-8 Renovation 3 R4370 700,000700,000Robert A. Lee Recreation Center Pool Filter & HVAC 2 R4372 600,000600,000Terrell Mill Skate Park Redevelopment 2 R4374 700,000700,000Mercer Park Ball Diamond Improvements 3 R4376 162,000162,000Hwy 6 Trail - Fairmeadows to Heinz 2 R4387 575,000575,000Willow Creek Trail Replacement 2 14,602,0001,892,000 1,400,000 2,035,000 1,175,000 8,100,000GO BONDS-GENERAL PURPOSE Total LANDFILL FUND L3328 1,250,000150,000 100,000 1,000,000Landfill Equipment Building Replacement 2 L3333 330,00030,000 300,000Compost Pad Improvements 2 L3335 600,00060,000 540,000Landfill Dual Extraction System Expansion 3 L3340 175,000175,000Bulk Water Fill Station 2 L3341 175,000175,000Bulldozer upgrade 1 L3342 150,000150,000Leachate Lagoon updates 2 S3936 1,000,0001,000,000Melrose Avenue Improvements 2 3,680,0001,325,000 425,000 1,090,000 840,000LANDFILL FUND Total LANDFILL REPLACEMENT RESE L3338 4,060,000100,000 260,000 3,700,000Future Landfill Cell 1 L3343 792,000792,000Landfill Gas Infrastructure Expansion 1 4,852,000892,000 260,000 3,700,000LANDFILL REPLACEMENT RESERVE Total OTHER LOCAL GOVERNMENTS S3936 1,600,0001,600,000Melrose Avenue Improvements 2 497 TotalSourceProject #Priority 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025 1,600,0001,600,000OTHER LOCAL GOVERNMENTS Total OTHER STATE GRANTS A3447 48,00048,000Airport Parking Lot Expansion 3 R4227 2,700,0002,700,000Hwy 6 Trail - Broadway to Fairmeadows 5 R4357 90,00090,000Whispering Meadows Park Eco Restore & Park Imprv 2 R4376 438,000438,000Hwy 6 Trail - Fairmeadows to Heinz 2 S3952 10,850,0001,000,000 9,850,000Dodge Street Reconstruct - Governor to Burlington 2 14,126,0001,576,000 9,850,000 2,700,000OTHER STATE GRANTS Total PARKING FUND T3004 1,950,000150,000 300,000 500,000 500,000 500,000Parking Facility Restoration Repair 2 T3020 200,000200,000Replacement of Electronics in Smart Parking Meters 1 T3021 100,000100,000Video Cameras for Parking Facilities 3 T3022 90,00090,000Parking Enforcement Vehicles 3 T3023 800,000400,000 400,000Parking Ramp Automated Parking Equipment 2 T3025 475,000270,000 205,000Replacement of LED fixtures in Parking Facilities 2 T3026 237,500237,500Tower Place Drainage Modifications 1 3,852,500750,000 890,000 770,000 705,000 737,500PARKING FUND Total REFUSE COLLECTION FUND L3337 550,000550,000Fully Automated Curbside Collections Truck 1 550,000550,000REFUSE COLLECTION FUND Total REVENUE BONDS V3151 7,990,5007,990,500Digester Complex Rehabilitation 1 V3155 2,425,0002,425,000Rohret South Sewer 2 10,415,50010,415,500REVENUE BONDS Total ROAD USE TAX FUND S3814 900,000150,000 300,000 150,000 150,000 150,000Annual 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 9,910,0001,982,000 1,982,000 1,982,000 1,982,000 1,982,000Annual Pavement Rehabilitation 1 S3827 900,000300,000 150,000 150,000 150,000 150,000Bicycle Master Plan Implementation 3 S3910 1,250,000250,000 250,000 250,000 250,000 250,000Annual Bridge Maintenance & Repair 1 13,535,0002,797,000 2,797,000 2,647,000 2,647,000 2,647,000ROAD USE TAX FUND Total STORMWATER FUND M3631 1,200,000240,000 240,000 240,000 240,000 240,0002 M3633 1,400,000150,000 1,250,0002 M3634 350,000350,0002 M3635 850,000100,000 750,0002 M3636 331,000331,000 Annual Stormwater Improvements North Westminster Storm Sewer Upgrades Rundell Street Pump Station Vault Modifications River Street Storm Sewer Improvements Petsel Place Storm Sewer Improvements 1 498 TotalSourceProject #Priority 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025 4,131,000721,000 1,490,000 690,000 990,000 240,000STORMWATER FUND Total TRANSIT FUND T3055 4,100,000100,000 4,000,000Transit Maintenance Facility Relocation 2 T3059 150,00050,000 50,000 50,000Transit Bus Shelter Replacement & Expansion 2 T3067 100,000100,000Transit Interchange and Bus Stop Improvements 2 4,350,000250,000 4,050,000 50,000TRANSIT FUND Total UNIVERSITY OF IOWA Z4406 892,000380,000 272,000 240,000Fire Apparatus Replacement Program 1 892,000380,000 272,000 240,000UNIVERSITY OF IOWA Total UTILITY FRANCHISE TAX S3824 626,940125,388 125,388 125,388 125,388 125,388Annual Pavement Rehabilitation 1 S3826 940,410188,082 188,082 188,082 188,082 188,082Underground Electrical Facilities 2 1,567,350313,470 313,470 313,470 313,470 313,470UTILITY FRANCHISE TAX Total WASTEWATER FUND V3101 3,750,000750,000 750,000 750,000 750,000 750,000Annual Sewer Main Replacement 2 V3147 187,430187,430Nevada Ave Sanitary Sewer Replacement 2 V3153 1,000,0001,000,000Influent Rake and Screen Replacement 1 V3154 1,025,0001,025,000Hawkeye Lift Station Rehabilitation 2 V3157 238,000238,000Wastewater Plant Mixer Improvements 2 V3158 170,000170,000Biosolids Conveyor Improvements 2 V3162 580,000580,000Benton Street Trunk Sewer Improvements 1 V3163 300,000300,000Aeration Basin Electric & Instrument Improvements 3 V3164 500,000500,000Return Activated Sludge Pump Replacement 2 V3165 500,000500,000Replacement of Influent Pump Station Pumps 2 V3166 250,000250,000Sewer Distribution Asset Inventory 2 V3167 200,000200,000Replace Grit Classifiers 2 V3168 1,050,000150,000 900,000Replace Heat Exchanger 2 V3169 800,000800,000Napoleon Lift Station Improvements 1 V3170 1,200,000300,000 300,000 300,000 300,000WWTP Roof Replacements 1 V3171 250,000250,000Replace Sludge Recirculation Pumps 2 V3172 150,000150,000Highlander Lift Station Improvements 2 V3173 175,000175,000Jet Truck Replacement 1 V3174 1,000,0001,000,000Aeration Eqiuipment Improvements 3 13,325,4302,187,430 2,358,000 2,755,000 3,075,000 2,950,000WASTEWATER FUND Total WATER FUND W3222 725,000725,000Dill St. Water Main Replacement 1 W3300 650,00050,000 600,000Bradford Drive Water Main Replacement 3 W3305 150,000150,000Jordan Well Rehabilitation 1 W3313 564,00064,000 500,000Hwy 1 (Hawk Ridge to WalMart) Water Main Repl 2 W3314 650,00050,000 600,000High Service Pump VFD Replacement 2 W3315 175,000175,000Peninsula Well Field Power Redundancy 3 W3316 115,000115,000Chlorine Feeder System Upgrade 2 499 TotalSourceProject #Priority 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025 W3317 45,00045,000Water Front Meeting Room A/V Upgrades 3 W3318 40,00040,000GSR Generator Enclosure Replacement 2 W3319 100,000100,000Chemical Room & Outdoor Lighting Upgrade 3 W3320 661,50067,500 594,000Hwy 6 (Fairmeadows to Ind Park Rd) Water Main Repl 1 W3321 150,000150,000Treatment Technology Study 2 W3322 1,000,000100,000 900,000Collector Well #2 Cleaning and Upgrade 1 W3323 250,000250,000Water Distribution Asset Inventory 2 5,275,5001,274,000 890,000 967,500 944,000 1,200,000WATER FUND Total 183,158,93029,784,050 24,698,470 56,331,970 39,081,470 33,262,970GRAND TOTAL 500 Capital Improvement Plan 2021-2025 City of Iowa City, Iowa ANNUAL RECURRING PROJECTS 2021 2025thru PARKS & RECREATION Total20212022202320242025DepartmentProject #Priority R4129 810,00050,000 400,000 260,000 50,000 50,000City Hall - Other Projects 1 R4130 410,00050,000 90,000 90,000 90,000 90,000Parks Annual Improvements/Maintenance 1 R4132 150,00030,000 30,000 30,000 30,000 30,000Park Annual ADA Accessibility Improvements 1 R4206 100,00025,000 25,000 25,000 25,000Intra-city Bike Trails 1 R4330 250,00050,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000Annual Recreation Center Improvements 1 R4380 500,000100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000Annual Contracted Tree Planting 1 2,220,000280,000 695,000 555,000 345,000 345,000PARKS & RECREATION Total 2021 - Replace 3rd floor carpet and paint; 2022 - Roof Replacement; 2023 - Renovate lower level restrooms. 2024 - Remodel Employee Fitness room bathroom to become ADA compliant and add toilet and sink. Update finishes and lighting in space; 2025 - Undesignated. 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. 2021 - Brookland and Harlocke; 2022 - Oak Grove; 2023 - Kiwanis, Hunter's Run and Ryerson's Woods; 2024 - Undetermined; 2025 - Thornberry and Crandic. 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. 2021 - Building Indoor Signage; 2022 - RALRC Lower Level Flooring; 2023 RALRC Craft Room Renovations; 2024 - Renovate former shooting range and lower level storage; 2025 not yet designated. R4330 Annual Recreation Center Improvements Annual contracted tree program for additions to street trees, neighborhood infill and park tree plantings. Areas of emphasis include low income neighborhoods as well as neighborhoods that lost trees to the Emerald Ash Borer or the 2020 Derecho storm. R4380 Annual Contracted Tree Planting 501 PUBLIC WORKS Total20212022202320242025DepartmentProject #Priority M3631 1,200,000240,000 240,000 240,000 240,000 240,0001 S3814 900,000150,000 300,000 150,000 150,000 150,0001 S3816 75,00015,000 15,000 15,000 15,000 15,0001 S3822 500,000100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,0001 S3824 11,536,9403,107,388 2,107,388 2,107,388 2,107,388 2,107,3881 S3826 940,410188,082 188,082 188,082 188,082 188,0821 S3827 900,000300,000 150,000 150,000 150,000 150,0001 S3910 1,250,000250,000 250,000 250,000 250,000 250,0001 V3101 3,750,000750,000 750,000 750,000 750,000 750,000 Annual Stormwater Improvements Annual Traffic Signal Projects Traffic Calming Curb Ramps-ADA Annual Pavement Rehabilitation Underground Electrical Facilities Bicycle Master Plan Implementation Annual Bridge Maintenance & Repair Annual Sewer Main Replacement 1 21,052,3505,100,470 4,100,470 3,950,470 3,950,470 3,950,470 This is an annual project that will repair and/or improve storm water infrastructure throughout the City. M3631 PUBLIC WORKS Total Annual Stormwater 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. This project will install pan/tilt/zoom (PTZ) cameras at signalized intersections that do not currently have PTZ cameras (approximately 57 intersections) in 2020 and 2022. 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: 2021 - Gilbert Street, 4-lane to 3-lane Conversion; IRT Connector-Gilbert to IRT; Jefferson/Glendale/Heather Bicycle Blvd 2022 - Lakeside Bicycle Blvd; Wetherby Bicycle Blvd 2023 - Sunset Bike Lanes-Benton to Highway 1 2024 - Keokuk Bike Lanes-Kirkwood to Hwy 6; Kirkwood Bike Lanes-Clinton to Lower Muscatine; Lower Muscatine Bike lanes 2025 - Church Street Bicycle Blvd; Emerald 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. 2019 funding for this project was moved to the 2nd Avenue Bridge Replacement project. 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 502 SENIOR CENTER Total20212022202320242025DepartmentProject #Priority K1001 1,925,000700,000 300,000 125,000 450,000 350,000Annual Senior Center Facility Improvements 1 1,925,000700,000 300,000 125,000 450,000 350,000SENIOR CENTER Total Improvements needed include: plaster repairs, painting, wallpaper removal, carpeting, wood flooring, tuckpointing, furniture replacement, remodeling to improve use/operation of facility. Green improvements are also needed to the building to reduce emissions. Improving the exterior of the building by improving doorways and restore historical scones outside the building and windows is also necessary. A full building assessment is currently underway and funded in 2020. K1001 Annual Senior Center Facility Improvements TRANSPORTATION SERVICES T3004 1,950,000150,000 300,000 500,000 500,000 500,000Parking Facility Restoration Repair 1 1,950,000150,000 300,000 500,000 500,000 500,000TRANSPORTATION SERVICES Total T3004 This annual project includes concrete restoration, application of concrete sealants, repair of control and expansion joints in addition to other parking facility specific repairs and upgrades including replacement of aging light poles on top decks of facilities to incorporate LED lighting. Parking Facility Restoration Repair 503 Capital Project Funds Project Listing Project Page Airport A3442 – Runway 12-30 Obstruction Mitigation & Part 77……………………………… ..... 507 A3447 – Airport Parking Lot Expansion…………………………………………………... .. . 507 A3465 - Runway 7 Environmental Assessment ............................................................... 508 A3470 – Runway 25 Threshold Relocation…………………………………………………..508 A3471 - Runway 12/30 Threshold Displacement/Relocation……………………………...509 A3473 - Airport Apron Expansion………………………………………………………. ....... 509 A3474 – Runway 7/25 Pavement Repairs……………………………………………….. ..... 510 A3475 - Runway 12/30 Pavement Repairs……………………………………………….. .. 510 Fire Z4406 - Fire Apparatus Replacement Program……………………………………………. . 511 Z4409 - Fire Station #1 Apparatus Bay Slab Reconstruction……………………………. .. 512 Library B4343 – Library Carpet and Furnishings Replacement……………………………………..513 B4346 – Automated Material Handler/Sorter……………………………………………….. .514 B4347 – Facility Space Needs & Environmental Impact Study…………………………….514 Neighborhood & Development Services G4720 – Permitting Software Upgrade………………………………………………………..515 Parks & Recreation R4145 - Cemetery Road Asphalt Overlay……………………………………………………515 R4227 - Hwy 6 Trail – Broadway to Fairmeadows…………………………………………. 516 R4229 - City Park Pool Replacement………………………………………………………...517 R4230 - Splash Pad Improvements…………………………………………………………..518 R4332 - Upgrade Building BAS Controls…………………………………………………….519 R4346 – Palisades & Stone Bridge Park Development……………………………………. 520 R4350 – Chadek Green Park Restrooms and Shelter………………………………………521 R4351 - Recreation Center Improvements…………………………………………………..522 R4357 – Whispering Meadows Shelter & Playground………………………………………523 R4358 – Lower City Park Shelters & Restroom Replacement……………………………..524 R4359 – Kiwanis Park Playground & Shelter Renovation…………………………………..525 R4362 – Napoleon Park Softball Fields 5 – 8 Renovation…………………………………. 526 R4363 – Upper City Park Shelters & Restroom Replacement……………………………..527 R4365 – Hickory Hill Park Conklin St Shelter & Restrooms……………………………… .. 528 R4366 – Glendale Park Shelter & Playground Replacement……………………………… 529 R4368 – Court Hill Park Shelter & Playground Replacement………………………………530 R4370 - RAL Pool Filter and HVAC………………………………………………………… . 531 R4371 – Happy Hollow Playground Replacement………………………………………… .. 532 R4372 – Terrill Mill Skate Park Redevelopment…………………………………………… .. 533 R4373 – City Park Ball Field Improvements………………………………………………….533 R4374 - Mercer Park Ball Diamond #1 Turf Conversion………………………………… .. 534 504 R4375 – Hunter’s Run Park Playground & Shelter………………………………………… . 535 R4376 - Hwy 6 Trail – Fairmeadows to Heinz……………………………………………. ... 536 R4381 - Event Facility Improvements……………………………………………………... .. 537 R4382 - Off Road Bike Trail Development………………………………………………... .. 538 R4383 - Pedestrian Mall Playground………………………………………………………. .. 539 R4384 - Benton Hill Playground Replacement……………………………………………. .. 539 R4385 - College Green Park Playground………………………………………………….. . 540 R4386 - Park Facility Parking Lot Overlay…………………………………………………. . 540 R4387 - Willow Creek Trail Replacement………………………………………………….. . 541 R4388 - ADA Elevator Improvements………………………………………………………. . 542 Police Y4446 – Digital Photo Evidence Management……………………………………………... . 542 Y4447 - Animal Shelter Standy Generator…………………………………………………. . 543 Public Works L3328 - Landfill Equipment Building Replacement……………………………………… .... 544 L3333 – Compost Pad Improvements………………………………………………………. . 545 L3334 – South Side Recycling Site…………………………………………………………. .. 546 L3335 – Landfill Dual Extraction System Expansion………………………………………..547 L3337 - Fully Automated Cubside Collections Truck……………………………………….548 L3338 - Future Landfill Cell Design…………………………………………………………..549 L3340 - Bulk Water Fill Station………………………………………………………………. 550 L3341 - Bulldozer upgrage…………………………………………………………………….550 L3342 - Leachate Lagoon updates…………………………………………………………...551 L3343 - Landfill Gas Infrastructure Expansion………………………………………………552 M3633 – North Westminster Storm Sewer Upgrades……………………………………….553 M3634 - Rundell Street Pump Station Vault Modifications………………………………...554 M3635 - River Street Storm Sewer Improvements………………………………………….555 M3636 - Petsel Place Storm Sewer Improvements…………………………………………556 P3985 – Sand/Salt Storage Bunkers………………………………………………………… 557 P3987 - Non-Public Safety Radio System Upgrade……………………………………….. 557 S3936 – Melrose Avenue Improvements……………………………………………………..558 S3939 - Dubuque Street Reconstruction…………………………………………………….559 S3940 – Kirkwood Avenue to Capitol Street Connection………………………………….. 560 S3946 – Court Street Reconstruction………………………………………………………... 561 S3947 – Benton Street Rehabilitation Project………………………………………………. 562 S3950 – Rochester Ave Reconstruction – First Ave to Ralston Creek…………………... 563 S3951 – Hwy 1/Hwy 6 Intersection Improvements Study…………………………………. . 564 S3952 – Dodge Street Reconstruction – Governor to Burlington………………………... . 565 S3954 - Orchard Street Reconstruction……………………………………………………. . 566 S3955 - N. Gilbert Street Reconstruction…………………………………………………… 567 S3956 - Gilbert Street Bridge Replacement……………………………………………….. . 568 S3958 - Park Road Reconstruct – Rocky Shore to Riverside…………………………… . 569 S3959 - Taft Avenue Reconstruct – Am Legion to Lwr West Br………………………… . 570 S3960 - Oakdale Blvd Extension – Alignment Study……………………………………... . 570 S3961 - Foster Road Elevation……………………………………………………………… . 571 S3962 - Highland Court Sidewalk Infill Project……………………………………………. . .572 S3963 - Burlington Street Bridge Replacement…………………………………………… . 573 S3964 - Scott Blvd. Sidewalk Infill………………………………………………………….. .. 574 S3965 - Fairchild Street Reconstruction…………………………………………………… .. 575 V3147 – Nevada Ave Sanitary Sewer Replacement……………………………………… .. 576 V3151 – Digester Complex Rehabilitation…………………………………………………. .. 577 V3153 – Influent Rake and Screen Replacement………………………………………… . .578 V3154 – Hawkeye Lift Station Rehabilitation………………………………………………. .. 578 V3155 – Rohret South Sewer……………………………………………………………….. .. 579 505 V3157 - Wastewater Plant Mixer Improvements………………………………………… .. .580 V3158 - Biosolids Conveyor Improvements………………………………………………. .. 581 V3162 - Benton Street Trunk Sewer Improvements……………………………………… . 582 V3163 - Aeration Basin Electric & Instrument Improvements…………………………… . 583 V3164 - Return Activated Sludge Pump Replacement…………………………………... . 584 V3165 - Replacement of Influent Pump Station Pumps………………………………….. . 585 V3166 - Sewer Distribution Asset Inventory……………………………………………….. . 586 V3167 - Replace Grit Classifiers……………………………………………………………. . 587 V3168 - Replace Heat Exchanger………………………………………………………….. . 588 V3169 - Napoleon Lift Station Improvements……………………………………………... . 589 V3170 - WWTP Roof Replacements……………………………………………………….. . 590 V3171 - Replace Sludge Recirculation Pumps……………………………………………. . 591 V3172 - Highlander Lift Station Improvements………………………………….………… . 592 V3173 - Jet Truck Replacement……………………………………………………………. . .593 V3174 - Aeration Equipment Improvements………………………………………………. .594 W3222 – Dill St Water Main Replacement………………………………………………….. 595 W3300 – Bradford Drive Water Main Replacement………………………………………... 596 W3305 - Jordan Well Rehabilitation………………………………………………………….596 W3313 – Hwy 1 (Hawk Ridge to Walmart) Water Main Replacement……………………. 597 W3314 – High Service Pump VFD Replacement……………………………………………598 W3315 – Peninsula Well Field Power Redundancy…………………………………………598 W3316 – Chlorine Feeder System Upgrade………………………………………………… 599 W3317 - Water Front Meeting Room A/V Upgrades……………………………………… 599 W3318 - GSR Generator Enclosure Replacement………………………………………….600 W3319 - Chemical Room & Outdoor Lighting Upgrade…………………………………….600 W3320 - Hwy 6 (Fairmeadows to Ind Park Rd) Water Main Repl…………………………601 W3321 - Treatment Technology Study……………………………………………………….602 W3322 - Collector Well #2 Cleaning and Upgrade………………………………………….602 W3323 - Water Distribution Asset Inventory…………………………………………………603 Transportation & Resource Management T3020 – Replacement of Electronics in Smart Parking Meters…………………………….603 T3021 – Video Cameras for Parking Facilities……………………………………………….604 T3022 – Parking Enforcement Vehicles……………………………………………………… 604 T3023 – Parking Ramp Automated Parking Equipment…………………………………….605 T3025 - Replacement of LED fixtures in Parking Facilities………………………………...605 T3026 - Tower Place Drainage Modifications………………………………………………. 606 T3055 – Transit/Equipment Facility Relocation……………………………………………. .. 607 T3059 - Transit Bus Shelter Replacement & Expansion………………………………… .. 608 T3067 - Transit Interchange and Bus Stop Improvements………………………………. . 608 506 Description Removal of obstructions per FAA Airport Layout Plan. During pase 1 of the obstruction mitigation, 12 additional trees were identified as obstructions that were not in the previous survey. FAA has agreed to extend the obstruction mitigation program to cover these removals provided property owners agree. Project #A3442 Priority Critical (1) Justification Encroachment into Part 77 surfaces or other protection zones requires mitigation. The City is required to meet grant assurances of maintaining clear airport approaches. Budget Impact/Other Negligible impact to operations. Useful Life 75 years Project Name Runway 12-30 Obstruction Mitigation & Part 77 Category Airport Type Multi-Phase Total Project Cost:$743,300 Contact Michael Tharp Department AIRPORT MATCH %10% GRANTEE FAA TIF DISTRICT None PLAN Airport Master Plan Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 51,90051,900PLANNING/DESIGN 130,000130,000CONSTRUCTION 181,900 181,900Total Prior 561,400 Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 18,19018,190AIRPORT FUND 163,710163,710FEDERAL GRANTS 181,900 181,900Total Prior 561,400 Total 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. Budget Impact/Other There will be a minor increase in pavement maintenance 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:$60,000 Contact Michael Tharp Department AIRPORT MATCH %20% GRANTEE IDOT TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 15,00015,000PLANNING/DESIGN 40,00040,000CONSTRUCTION 5,0005,000CONTINGENCY 60,000 60,000Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 12,00012,000AIRPORT FUND 48,00048,000OTHER STATE GRANTS 60,000 60,000Total 507 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 Critical (1) Justification One of the primary comments from pilots was a concern of the landing distance on 7/25. This project is for completion of the Environmental Assessment a future extension of Runway 7 and stopway without expanding the protection zones. 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 Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 150,000150,000PLANNING/DESIGN 150,000 150,000Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 15,00015,000AIRPORT FUND 135,000135,000FEDERAL GRANTS 150,000 150,000Total 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 not add or remove existing infrastructure. Useful Life 20 years Project Name Runway 25 Threshold Relocation Category Airport Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$566,000 Contact Michael Tharp Department AIRPORT MATCH %10% GRANTEE FAA TIF DISTRICT None PLAN Airport Master Plan Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 460,000460,000CONSTRUCTION 460,000 460,000Total Prior 106,000 Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 46,00046,000AIRPORT FUND 414,000414,000FEDERAL GRANTS 460,000 460,000Total Prior 106,000 Total 508 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:$397,250 Contact Michael Tharp Department AIRPORT MATCH %10% GRANTEE FAA TIF DISTRICT None PLAN Airport Master Plan Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 72,25072,250PLANNING/DESIGN 325,000325,000CONSTRUCTION 72,250 325,000 397,250Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 39,7257,225 32,500AIRPORT FUND 357,52565,025 292,500FEDERAL GRANTS 72,250 325,000 397,250Total Description This project adds additonal apron space for aircraft parking. Project #A3473 Priority Essential (2) Justification Larger aircraft utilizing the airport require hard surface parking. Our exisiting ramp is too small based on FAA formulas for operations and parking. This project provides additional parking space to support those aircraft types. Budget Impact/Other The operating impact will be increased costs for snow removal and maintenance due to increased surface pavement. The estimated increase in operating expenditures is less than $10,000. Useful Life 20 years Project Name Airport Apron Expansion Category Airport Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$1,250,000 Contact Michael Tharp Department AIRPORT MATCH %10% GRANTEE FAA TIF DISTRICT None PLAN Airport Master Plan Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 375,000375,000PLANNING/DESIGN 875,000875,000CONSTRUCTION 1,250,000 1,250,000Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 125,000125,000AIRPORT FUND 1,125,0001,125,000FEDERAL GRANTS 1,250,000 1,250,000Total 509 Description Runway 7/25 joint sealant and miscellaneous pavement repairs. Project #A3474 Priority Essential (2) Justification Pavement repair work required as part of upkeep of airport runways. Budget Impact/Other Neutral budget affect to maintain pavement condition. Useful Life 15 years Project Name Runway 7/25 Pavement Repairs Category Airport Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$250,000 Contact Michael Tharp Department AIRPORT MATCH %10% GRANTEE FAA TIF DISTRICT None PLAN Airport Master Plan Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 50,00050,000PLANNING/DESIGN 200,000200,000CONSTRUCTION 250,000 250,000Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 25,00025,000AIRPORT FUND 225,000225,000FEDERAL GRANTS 250,000 250,000Total Description Runway 12/30 joint sealant and miscellaneous pavement repairs. Project #A3475 Priority Essential (2) Justification Pavement repair work required as part of upkeep of airport runways. Budget Impact/Other Neutral budget affect to maintain pavement condition. Useful Life 15 years Project Name Runway 12/30 Pavement Repairs Category Airport Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$200,000 Contact Michael Tharp Department AIRPORT MATCH %10% GRANTEE FAA TIF DISTRICT None PLAN Airport Master Plan Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 20,00020,000PLANNING/DESIGN 180,000180,000CONSTRUCTION 200,000 200,000Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 20,00020,000AIRPORT FUND 180,000180,000FEDERAL GRANTS 200,000 200,000Total 510 Description Replacement of Fire Department equipment: 2022 Aerial T-1 2024 Fire Pumper/Aerial #358 2024 Scotty House 2025 Fire Pumper #352 Project #Z4406 Priority Critical (1) Justification The department recommends replacement per the established schedule. Fleet Management Scoring indicates Fire Pumper/Aerial #358 will exceed scoring thresholds in 2021. Aerial T-1 is scheduled for replacement in 2023. Fire Pumpers #352, #353, and #354 are scheduled for replacement in 2025 and 2026. The Fire Safety House is used to promote fire safety education throughout the community. 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:$7,755,000 Contact John Grier Department FIRE MATCH %VARIES GRANTEE U OF I TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 4,460,0001,900,000 1,360,000 1,200,000EQUIPMENT 1,900,000 1,360,000 1,200,000 4,460,000Total Prior 895,000 Total Future 2,400,000 Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 48,00048,000GENERAL FUND 3,520,0001,520,000 1,040,000 960,000GO BONDS-ESSENTIAL PURPOSE 892,000380,000 272,000 240,000UNIVERSITY OF IOWA 1,900,000 1,360,000 1,200,000 4,460,000Total Prior 895,000 Total Future 2,400,000 Total 511 Description This project will reconstruct the floor slab in the apparatus bay of Fire Station 1. Project #Z4409 Priority Essential (2) Justification The slab is nearing the end of its useful life and is developing large cracks. Budget Impact/Other The impact on the operating budget is negligible. Useful Life 50 years Project Name Fire Station #1 Apparatus Bay Slab Reconstruction Category Fire Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$95,000 Contact John Grier Department FIRE MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 7,5007,500PLANNING/DESIGN 75,00075,000CONSTRUCTION 2,5002,500INSPECTION 2,5002,500ADMINISTRATION 7,5007,500CONTINGENCY 95,000 95,000Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 95,00095,000GENERAL FUND 95,000 95,000Total 512 Description A multi-year project to replace carpeting and some furnishings in large areas of the Library. First floor has 31,000 square feet of carpet and second floor has 39,000. Project includes updates for carpet, demo and floor prep, moving, GC, insurance, fees, bonds, and contingency. In addition, some of the original furnishings, including casual seating and gallery furnishings will be replaced. An emphasis on sustainable, durable materials and flexible space-making will steer this project. Project #B4343 Priority Essential (2) Justification Since the building opened in 2004, more than 9,500,000 people have come through the doors. The Library is a heavily visited public space in the heart of downtown; ongoing investment in the building is necessary to ensure a safe and attractive space is maintained. While this project falls under the "Aesthetic Improvement" priority right now, failure to complete this work in a timely manner will result in safety and efficiency issues in the future. 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 First Floor Carpet and Furnishings Replacement Category Library Type Multi-Phase Total Project Cost:$325,000 Contact Elsworth Carman Department LIBRARY MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 325,000325,000EQUIPMENT 325,000 325,000Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 325,000325,000GO BONDS-GENERAL PURPOSE 325,000 325,000Total 513 Description Design and install an Automated Material Handler; specifically a six-bin sorter with 2 internal patron inlets and 1 staff inlet. Estimated cost includes all shipping, installation, and staff training. Project #B4346 Priority Efficiency Improvement (3) Justification The Library was built to accommodate an Automated Material Handler (AMH) in the returns area/circulation workroom on the first floor. Our circulation system includes use of RFID tagging. Adding an AMH to ICPL’s workflow would significantly reduce the number of times a material is handled throughout the circulation process by automating several parts of check-in and check-out procedures. It would also allow for more accurate data collection related to physical collection use and allow staff hours to be allocated to other critical services. Combined, this would result in increased access to materials for library users. Budget Impact/Other Despite a significant up-front cost, AMH's lead to a reduction in staff hours related to check-in and check-out procedures and increased efficiancy overall (reducing costs related to manually managing material searching and locating). The estimated annual cost savings is less than $10,000 per year. Useful Life 30 Years Project Name Automated Material Handler/Sorter Category Library Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$150,000 Contact Elsworth Carman Department LIBRARY MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 150,000150,000CONSTRUCTION 150,000 150,000Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 150,000150,000GENERAL FUND 150,000 150,000Total Description Engage qualified experts to assess and evaluate the efficiency of work and public spaces in the Library building as well as environmental impacts. Project will reflect an emphasis on flexible spaces and sustainable practices. Project #B4347 Priority Efficiency Improvement (3) Justification As the library building ages, we want to ensure we are taking all necessary steps to maintain energy efficiency and mitigate our impact on the environment while providing the most efficient work spaces for staff and usable spaces for the public. Findings may lead to in-house changes managed by our facilities team or to larger-scale adjustments requested in future years. Adjacent space (MERGE) will be included in the assessments. Budget Impact/Other Operating budget impacts will depend on the findings of initial studies. Useful Life 30 Years Project Name Facility Space Needs & Environmental Impact Study Category Library Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$25,000 Contact Elsworth Carman Department LIBRARY MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN Library Strategic Plan Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 25,00025,000PLANNING/DESIGN 25,000 25,000Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 25,00025,000GENERAL FUND 25,000 25,000Total 514 Description This project upgrades the city's current permitting software, Tidemark. Project #G4720 Priority Critical (1) Justification The software provider (Accela) is no longer providing enhancements or upgrades to Tidemark. The current Tidemark software is being scheduled for replacement. Tidemark Advantage came on-line in 1992 and without enhancements to the existing permitting software and with advancements in technology new software will be needed allowing us to meet client expectations for future development and building approval processes. It is also a goal for permitting software to better integrate with other city software systems. Budget Impact/Other The overall impact on the operating budget will be the cost of software maintenance and support which is estimated to be up to $25,000 per year. Useful Life 10 years Project Name Permitting Software Upgrade Category Development Services Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$950,000 Contact Tracy Hightshoe Department NEIGHBORHOOD & DEVEL MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 250,000250,000OTHER 250,000 250,000Total Prior 700,000 Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 250,000250,000GENERAL FUND 250,000 250,000Total Prior 700,000 Total 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 Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 50,00050,000CONSTRUCTION 50,000 50,000Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 50,00050,000GENERAL FUND 50,000 50,000Total 515 Description Construction of trail extension along Hwy 6 between Broadway Street and Fairmeadows Blvd 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 2017 Iowa City Bicycle Master Plan. This project also meets the Council's Strategic Plan goal of 'Enhancing Community Mobility' by substantially improving the trail network. This is the last major segment of missing Hwy 6 trail and connects to the 2021 CIP funded segment between Heinz and Fairmeadows. Budget Impact/Other This project will add 4,800 feet of trail to the Parks & Recreation Department snow plowing, mowing, and general maintenance expenses. Additional operating expenditures are estimated to be approximately than $10,000 per year. Useful Life 40 Years Project Name Hwy 6 Trail - Broadway to Fairmeadows Category Parks Maintenance Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$3,900,000 Contact Kent Ralston Department PARKS & RECREATION MATCH %VARIES GRANTEE TRAILS GRANT TIF DISTRICT None PLAN Bike Master Plan Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 400,000400,000PLANNING/DESIGN 3,500,0003,500,000CONSTRUCTION 400,000 3,500,000 3,900,000Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 500,000500,000FEDERAL GRANTS 700,000700,000GO BONDS-GENERAL PURPOSE 2,700,0002,700,000OTHER STATE GRANTS 3,900,000 3,900,000Total 516 Description Replace City Park Pool with new outdoor swimming pool and bathhouse. Project #R4229 Priority Efficiency Improvement (3) Justification City Park Pool is an Iowa City landmark and tradition. However, due to its advancing age it will need to be replaced with a more modern facility. Budget Impact/Other This project will increase annual operating expenditures for insurance and utilities, but will also require lower maintenance and upkeep. The net increase in operating expenditures is estimated between $15,000 and $25,000 per year. This serves as a declaration of official intent under Treasury Regulation 1.150-2 that it is reasonably expected that capital expenditures will be made in respect of the above-described project, such expenditures to be advanced from the Capital Projects fund, and the City reasonably expects to reimburse all or a portion of the expenditures with the proceeds of bonds, notes or other indebtedness to be issued or incurred by the City in the future. Useful Life 40 Years Project Name City Park Pool Replacement Category Recreation Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$6,000,000 Contact Juli Seydell-Johnson Department PARKS & RECREATION MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN Recreation Master Plan Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 500,000100,000 400,000PLANNING/DESIGN 5,000,0005,000,000CONSTRUCTION 500,000500,000CONTINGENCY 100,000 5,900,000 6,000,000Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 6,000,0006,000,000GO BONDS-GENERAL PURPOSE 6,000,000 6,000,000Total 517 Description Renovate splash pads at Wetherby Park (2023) and Fairmeadows Park (2025) with new features which will replace the current features, but not change the underground infrastructure. Project #R4230 Priority Essential (2) Justification Wetherby Park and Fairmeadows Park splash pads have aging equipment and spray features. Budget Impact/Other These renovations will have a negligible impact on the operating budget. Useful Life 20 years Project Name Splash Pad Improvements Category Recreation Type Multi-Phase Total Project Cost:$100,000 Contact Juli Seydell-Johnson Department PARKS & RECREATION MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN Recreation Master Plan Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 10,00010,000PLANNING/DESIGN 90,00090,000CONSTRUCTION 100,000 100,000Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 100,000100,000GENERAL FUND 100,000 100,000Total 518 Description Upgrade or add Building Automation Systems (BAS) for multiple municipal structures: Senior Center ($159,477.00), Fire Station #4 ($46,709), Fire Station #2 ($29,348) and Animal Care and Adoption Center ($30,000). This will include panel upgrades to current controls software, field devices to be compatible with new controls, installation of new controllers, VFDs, perimeter heat temp sensors, gas CO and NO@ compatible sensors, DDC programming and pathways for conduit, cables & wired per current code. Project #R4332 Priority Efficiency Improvement (3) Justification The building controls in the facilities need to be updated to work with the current BAS software system. Systems like Senior Center is dated and no longer servicable without a technician from out of state. Fire Stations 2 & 4 need to be updated so that geothermal systems and HVAC systems run efficiently, and can be controlled remotely by maintenance staff. The original platform for equipment have not had system updates and/or are different dated systems and do not communicate with the current Niagara BAS software. Also, these building HVAC and geothermal systems will be more efficiently managed and will have reduced energy use and costs with new software and system updates. Three of the four facilities are 24 hr operations, and system upgrades are critical for effective operations. Budget Impact/Other This project will significantly reduce operating costs and energy consumption in multiple facilities. Typical average annual energy savings on projects of this type range 8-12% of the cost of the project. Estimated savings is $30,000 per year. Useful Life 15 years Project Name Upgrade Building BAS Controls Category Parks Administration Type Multi-Phase Total Project Cost:$835,000 Contact Kumi Morris Department PARKS & RECREATION MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 25,00025,000PLANNING/DESIGN 260,000260,000CONSTRUCTION 2,0002,000ADMINISTRATION 13,00013,000CONTINGENCY 300,000 300,000Total Prior 535,000 Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 300,000300,000GO BONDS-GENERAL PURPOSE 300,000 300,000Total Prior 535,000 Total 519 Description Funding to develop a new neighborhood park in an emerging or underserved location. The City owns several parcels designated for parks and developments are completed. Project #R4346 Priority Essential (2) Justification The 2017 Park Master plan points to a districts with deficiencies in park land. This project will be designed to develop a new neighborhood park in a growing or underserved neighborhood as the opportunity becomes available. 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 Palisades or Stone Bridge Park Development Category Parks Maintenance Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$700,000 Contact Juli Seydell-Johnson Department PARKS & RECREATION MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN Park Master Plan Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 60,00030,000 30,000PLANNING/DESIGN 600,000300,000 300,000CONSTRUCTION 10,0005,000 5,000INSPECTION 10,0005,000 5,000ADMINISTRATION 20,00010,000 10,000CONTINGENCY 350,000 350,000 700,000Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 700,000350,000 350,000GO BONDS-GENERAL PURPOSE 350,000 350,000 700,000Total 520 Description Build picnic shelter, playground, 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 recommends this project 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 Playground and Shelter 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 Park Master Plan Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 60,00060,000PLANNING/DESIGN 250,000250,000CONSTRUCTION 10,00010,000INSPECTION 30,00030,000CONTINGENCY 60,000 290,000 350,000Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 350,000350,000GO BONDS-ESSENTIAL PURPOSE 350,000 350,000Total 521 Description This project is planning for renovations for the City's recreation enters: Robert A. Lee (RALRC) and Mercer Pool/Scanlon Gym. 2022 - Merce/Scanlon: outdoor entry, lighting and parking lot resurfacing; 2023 - Upper Level RALRC: ADA compliant single user public restrooms, ADA compliant offices, door and signage needs. Catering kitchen to be relocated to the Social Hall. 2024 - RALRC: renovate Lower Level locker rooms. 2025 - Mercer/Scanlon: renovate lobby, restrooms, and meeting rooms. Future: Renovate Mercer/Scanlon locker rooms Project #R4351 Priority Critical (1) Justification Presently there are critical and public use areas of the recreation facilities do not meet the current ADA standards. Parts of the facilities are still operating from their original design. These improvements will update and bring the facilities into closer compliance with ADA requirements and improve operational efficiencies in their use for both the public and the staff. These recommendations were cited in the 2012 Space Needs Study and Master Plan and the Facility ADA study. 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 Improvements Category Recreation Type Multi-Phase Total Project Cost:$1,000,000 Contact Juli Seydell-Johnson Department PARKS & RECREATION MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN Facilities Master Plan Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 50,00025,000 25,000PLANNING/DESIGN 850,000425,000 425,000CONSTRUCTION 50,00025,000 25,000ADMINISTRATION 50,00025,000 25,000CONTINGENCY 500,000 500,000 1,000,000Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 1,000,000500,000 500,000GO BONDS-GENERAL PURPOSE 500,000 500,000 1,000,000Total 522 Description Ecological restoration work in phase 1. Adds picnic shelter, small playground, park sign and access paths to Whispering Meadows Park in phase 2. 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. Budget Impact/Other This will be an addition of park amenities. 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. This serves as a declaration of official intent under Treasury Regulation 1.150-2 that it is reasonably expected that capital expenditures will be made in respect of the above-described project, such expenditures to be advanced from the Capital Projects fund, and the City reasonably expects to reimburse all or a portion of the expenditures with the proceeds of bonds, notes or other indebtedness to be issued or incurred by the City in the future. Useful Life 20 years Project Name Whispering Meadows Park Eco Restore & Park Imprv Category Parks Maintenance Type Multi-Phase Total Project Cost:$250,000 Contact Juli Seydell-Johnson Department PARKS & RECREATION MATCH %NONE GRANTEE REAP TIF DISTRICT None PLAN Park Master Plan Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 20,00010,000 10,000PLANNING/DESIGN 215,00090,000 125,000CONSTRUCTION 2,5002,500INSPECTION 2,5002,500ADMINISTRATION 10,00010,000CONTINGENCY 100,000 150,000 250,000Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 10,00010,000GENERAL FUND 150,000150,000GO BONDS-ESSENTIAL PURPOSE 90,00090,000OTHER STATE GRANTS 100,000 150,000 250,000Total 523 Description This project will demolish six picnic shelters and one restroom in Lower City Park and replace these with one large and two small shelters and restroom facility. The remaining facilities will be in locations outlined in Lower City Park Master Plan. Project #R4358 Priority Essential (2) Justification The shelters and restrooms in Lower City Park are quickly reaching the end of their serviceable life. Some are in areas that are prone to regular flooding. This project follows recommendations of the 2016 Lower City Park Master Plan and 2017 Park Master Plan while repositioning and resizing the shelters to meet current and future use patterns. 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:$600,000 Contact Juli Seydell-Johnson Department PARKS & RECREATION MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN Lower City Park Master Plan Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 50,00050,000PLANNING/DESIGN 490,000490,000CONSTRUCTION 10,00010,000INSPECTION 50,00050,000CONTINGENCY 600,000 600,000Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 600,000600,000GO BONDS-ESSENTIAL PURPOSE 600,000 600,000Total 524 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. 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 Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 30,00030,000PLANNING/DESIGN 300,000300,000CONSTRUCTION 5,0005,000INSPECTION 5,0005,000ADMINISTRATION 30,00030,000CONTINGENCY 370,000 370,000Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 370,000370,000GO BONDS-ESSENTIAL PURPOSE 370,000 370,000Total 525 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. 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 10 years Project Name Napoleon Park Softball Fields 5-8 Renovation Category Parks Maintenance Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$450,000 Contact Juli Seydell-Johnson Department PARKS & RECREATION MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 50,00050,000PLANNING/DESIGN 380,000380,000CONSTRUCTION 5,0005,000INSPECTION 15,00015,000CONTINGENCY 450,000 450,000Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 450,000450,000GO BONDS-GENERAL PURPOSE 450,000 450,000Total 526 Description In 2023, a Upper City Park master plan will be developed. In 2024, Upper City Park improvements will be constructed which may include demolition of four picnic shelters and one restroom in Upper City Park and replacement with one large and two small shelters and restroom facility. Project #R4363 Priority Essential (2) Justification The shelters and restrooms in Upper City Park are quickly reaching the end of their serviceable life. This project follows recommendations of the 2017 Park Master Plan while repositioning and resizing the shelters to meet current and future use patterns. Budget Impact/Other No impact on operating budget as these are replacements for current facilities. Useful Life 20 years Project Name Upper City Park Master Plan and Improvements Category Parks Maintenance Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$700,000 Contact Juli Seydell-Johnson Department PARKS & RECREATION MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN Park Master Plan Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 150,000100,000 50,000PLANNING/DESIGN 490,000490,000CONSTRUCTION 5,0005,000INSPECTION 5,0005,000ADMINISTRATION 50,00050,000CONTINGENCY 100,000 600,000 700,000Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 100,000100,000GENERAL FUND 600,000600,000GO BONDS-ESSENTIAL PURPOSE 100,000 600,000 700,000Total 527 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. 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 Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 20,00020,000PLANNING/DESIGN 200,000200,000CONSTRUCTION 2,5002,500INSPECTION 2,5002,500ADMINISTRATION 20,00020,000CONTINGENCY 245,000 245,000Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 245,000245,000GO BONDS-ESSENTIAL PURPOSE 245,000 245,000Total 528 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 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:$275,000 Contact Juli Seydell-Johnson Department PARKS & RECREATION MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN Park Master Plan Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 17,50017,500PLANNING/DESIGN 235,000235,000CONSTRUCTION 2,5002,500INSPECTION 2,5002,500ADMINISTRATION 17,50017,500CONTINGENCY 275,000 275,000Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 275,000275,000GO BONDS-ESSENTIAL PURPOSE 275,000 275,000Total 529 Description Replace playground and two picnic shelters at Court Hill Park. Project also adds concrete paths for increased accessibility and additional 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. This park also presents opportunities to provide access to Ralston Creek for play and exploration. Budget Impact/Other This project will sligtly increase park maintenance need through the addition of park amenities. The estimate increase on operating expenditures is less than $10,000 per year. Useful Life 20 years Project Name Court Hill Park Shelter & Playground Replacement Category Parks Maintenance Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$400,000 Contact Juli Seydell-Johnson Department PARKS & RECREATION MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN Park Master Plan Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 30,00030,000PLANNING/DESIGN 340,000340,000CONSTRUCTION 10,00010,000INSPECTION 20,00020,000CONTINGENCY 400,000 400,000Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 400,000400,000GO BONDS-ESSENTIAL PURPOSE 400,000 400,000Total 530 Description This project would include the replacement of the existing pool filters, the addition of a UV system, and a new pool dehumidification system at the Robert A. Lee Recreation Center swimming pool. 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. This serves as a declaration of official intent under Treasury Regulation 1.150-2 that it is reasonably expected that capital expenditures will be made in respect of the above-described project, such expenditures to be advanced from the Capital Projects fund, and the City reasonably expects to reimburse all or a portion of the expenditures with the proceeds of bonds, notes or other indebtedness to be issued or incurred by the City in the future. Useful Life 25 years Project Name Robert A. Lee Recreation Center Pool Filter & 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 Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 60,00060,000PLANNING/DESIGN 600,000600,000CONSTRUCTION 40,00040,000CONTINGENCY 60,000 640,000 700,000Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 700,000700,000GO BONDS-GENERAL PURPOSE 700,000 700,000Total 531 Description Playground replacement at Happy Hollow Park. Project #R4371 Priority Essential (2) Justification The playground is scheduled for replacement in the 2017 Park Master Plan due to age and condition. Budget Impact/Other No impact on operating budget as these are replacements for current facilities. Useful Life 20 years Project Name Happy Hollow Playground Replacement Category Parks Maintenance Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$150,000 Contact Juli Seydell-Johnson Department PARKS & RECREATION MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN Park Master Plan Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 5,0005,000PLANNING/DESIGN 130,000130,000CONSTRUCTION 2,5002,500INSPECTION 2,5002,500ADMINISTRATION 10,00010,000CONTINGENCY 150,000 150,000Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 150,000150,000GO BONDS-ESSENTIAL PURPOSE 150,000 150,000Total 532 Description This project renovates the skate park and adds access paths. Project #R4372 Priority Essential (2) Justification The skatepark is nearing an age where replacement is necessary for it to continue to draw skaters as well as for improved maintenance and safety. This project is recommended by the 2017 Park Master Plan. Budget Impact/Other The budget impact of this project is negligible as it replaces outdated infrastructure and adds a minimal amount of new infrastructure. Useful Life 20 years Project Name Terrell Mill Skate Park Redevelopment Category Parks Maintenance Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$600,000 Contact Juli Seydell-Johnson Department PARKS & RECREATION MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN Park Master Plan Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 50,00050,000PLANNING/DESIGN 500,000500,000CONSTRUCTION 5,0005,000INSPECTION 5,0005,000ADMINISTRATION 40,00040,000CONTINGENCY 600,000 600,000Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 600,000600,000GO BONDS-GENERAL PURPOSE 600,000 600,000Total Description Updates to City Park Baseball fields to improve safety, access, playability and appearance of complex. Laser grading of all fields, upgrading outfield fences on three fields, dugout upgrades for three fields. May also include upgrade to LED lighting, shade structures for bleachers, and new batting cages. Project #R4373 Priority Efficiency Improvement (3) Justification These improvements are needed to allow for continued use of the City Park baseball fields. Budget Impact/Other The impact on the operating budget should be negligible. Useful Life 15 years Project Name City Park Ball Field Improvements Category Parks Maintenance Type Multi-Phase Total Project Cost:$325,000 Contact Juli Seydell-Johnson Department PARKS & RECREATION MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 175,000175,000CONSTRUCTION 175,000 175,000Total Prior 150,000 Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 175,000175,000GENERAL FUND 175,000 175,000Total Prior 150,000 Total 533 Description First phase will implement field playability enhancements, safety improvements, and increased accessibility. The second phase will include new fence lines, shade structures and complex amenities. This includes the concession area, entrance and plaza area. Project #R4374 Priority Efficiency Improvement (3) Justification Hitchcock Design has been contracted to evaluate the complex for draining, safety and access priorities. Mercer Park Ball Diamond 1 is the premier large field in our system. It is used primarily by City High for varsity baseball and adult baseball league rentals. The proposed improvements will improve field drainage, player safety, and accessibility limitations. Budget Impact/Other The conversion to synthetic turf would decrease continuing maintenance costs and allow for increased play through a longer season. The effect on the operating budget would be positive, and is expected to be between $10,000 and $20,000 per year. Useful Life 15 years Project Name Mercer Park Ball Diamond Improvements Category Parks Maintenance Type Multi-Phase Total Project Cost:$1,100,000 Contact Juli Seydell-Johnson Department PARKS & RECREATION MATCH %VARIES GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 55,00035,000 20,000PLANNING/DESIGN 860,000700,000 160,000CONSTRUCTION 45,00035,000 10,000ADMINISTRATION 40,00030,000 10,000CONTINGENCY 800,000 200,000 1,000,000Total Prior 100,000 Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 300,000100,000 200,000GENERAL FUND 700,000700,000GO BONDS-GENERAL PURPOSE 800,000 200,000 1,000,000Total Prior 100,000 Total 534 Description Replace playground and one shelter, and adds additional access paths from street and sidewalk. Project #R4375 Priority Essential (2) Justification Project is prioritized in the 2017 Park Master Plan based on age and condition of current structures. Budget Impact/Other No impact on operating budget as these are replacements for current facilities. Useful Life 20 years Project Name Hunter's Run Park Playground & Shelter Category Parks Maintenance Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$250,000 Contact Juli Seydell-Johnson Department PARKS & RECREATION MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN Park Master Plan Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 25,00025,000PLANNING/DESIGN 200,000200,000CONSTRUCTION 2,5002,500INSPECTION 2,5002,500ADMINISTRATION 20,00020,000CONTINGENCY 250,000 250,000Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 250,000250,000GO BONDS-ESSENTIAL PURPOSE 250,000 250,000Total 535 Description The project includes approximately 0.8 miles of 10-foot wide trail along the south side of Hwy 6, from Fairmeadows Boulevard to Heinz Road. Project #R4376 Priority Essential (2) Justification This trail segment has been identified as a priority in a number of City of Iowa City planning efforts and is a prioritized in‐fill section, which address a gap in the City of Iowa City’s side path network. A side path is necessary in this area due to the high volume and high speeds of vehicular traffic on Highway 6. Budget Impact/Other This project will add trail 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. This serves as a declaration of official intent under Treasury Regulation 1.150-2 that it is reasonably expected that capital expenditures will be made in respect of the above-described project, such expenditures to be advanced from the Capital Projects fund, and the City reasonably expects to reimburse all or a portion of the expenditures with the proceeds of bonds, notes or other indebtedness to be issued or incurred by the City in the future. Useful Life 40 Years Project Name Hwy 6 Trail - Fairmeadows to Heinz Category Parks Maintenance Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$600,000 Contact Jason Havel Department PARKS & RECREATION MATCH %30% GRANTEE TRAILS GRANT TIF DISTRICT None PLAN Bike Master Plan Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 418,000418,000CONSTRUCTION 21,00021,000INSPECTION 21,00021,000ADMINISTRATION 50,00050,000CONTINGENCY 510,000 510,000Total Prior 90,000 Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 162,000162,000GO BONDS-GENERAL PURPOSE 438,000438,000OTHER STATE GRANTS 600,000 600,000Total 536 Description On-going repairs and improvements at Terry Trueblood Lodge, Terry Trueblood concession building and Ashton House Event Facility. Exterior staining of TTRA Lodge & Concession buildings, BAS replacement Ashton & TTRA, Audio Visio Equipment Upgrades. Project #R4381 Priority Essential (2) Justification These facilities are maintained for city events and private event rentals. Renovations are needed as they buildings age. Budget Impact/Other This project should have a minimal impact on the annual operating budget. Useful Life 20 years Project Name Event Facility Improvements Category Parks Maintenance Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$250,000 Contact Juli Seydell-Johnson Department PARKS & RECREATION MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 25,00025,000PLANNING/DESIGN 200,000200,000CONSTRUCTION 5,0005,000ADMINISTRATION 20,00020,000CONTINGENCY 250,000 250,000Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 250,000250,000GENERAL FUND 250,000 250,000Total 537 Description Build off-road "single track" trail course for biking on site recently acquired from Elks Golf Course. Project #R4382 Priority Non-essential (5) Justification Bicycling is a growing activity in the area. This course will provide area for new off-road cyclists to learn the sport and more experienced bicyclist to practice and compete. This supports the 2017 Park Master Plan which has a goal that all Iowa City children learn bicycle skills and add the growing collection of similar facilities in the region acting as a tourist destination. Budget Impact/Other Facility will require maintenance similar to other trails and disc golf areas. No new staff are anticipated. Estimated annual maintenance costs are less than $10,000 per year. Useful Life 20 years Project Name Off Road Bike Trail Development Category Parks Maintenance Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$180,000 Contact Juli Seydell-Johnson Department PARKS & RECREATION MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 15,00015,000PLANNING/DESIGN 150,000150,000CONSTRUCTION 5,0005,000INSPECTION 10,00010,000CONTINGENCY 180,000 180,000Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 180,000180,000GENERAL FUND 180,000 180,000Total 538 Description Replacement of the Ped Mall playground and poured in place safety surface. Project #R4383 Priority Critical (1) Justification The Ped Mall playground is quickly nearing the end of its useful life. Replacements parts are being discontinued making component repairs and replacements difficult. Budget Impact/Other This project will not have an impact on the operating budget. Useful Life 20 years Project Name Pedestrian Mall Playground Category Parks Maintenance Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$400,000 Contact Juli Seydell-Johnson Department PARKS & RECREATION MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT City-University PLAN None Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 20,00020,000PLANNING/DESIGN 350,000350,000CONSTRUCTION 10,00010,000INSPECTION 20,00020,000CONTINGENCY 400,000 400,000Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 400,000400,000GO BONDS-ESSENTIAL PURPOSE 400,000 400,000Total Description This project replaces the playground at Benton HIll Park. Site constraints keep this as a smaller piece of equipment. Project #R4384 Priority Essential (2) Justification Playground replacement following Park Master Plan. Playground reaching end of servicable life. Budget Impact/Other No impact on operating budget as this replaces current infrastructure. Useful Life 20 years Project Name Benton Hills Playground Replacement Category Parks Maintenance Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$135,000 Contact Juli Seydell-Johnson Department PARKS & RECREATION MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN Park Master Plan Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 5,0005,000PLANNING/DESIGN 125,000125,000CONSTRUCTION 5,0005,000CONTINGENCY 135,000 135,000Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 135,000135,000GO BONDS-ESSENTIAL PURPOSE 135,000 135,000Total 539 Description This project replaces the playground at College Green Park. Project #R4385 Priority Essential (2) Justification Playground replacement following Park Master Plan. Playground reaching end of servicable life. Budget Impact/Other No impact on operating budget as this replaces current infrastructure. Useful Life 20 years Project Name College Green Park Playground Category Parks Maintenance Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$400,000 Contact Juli Seydell-Johnson Department PARKS & RECREATION MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN Park Master Plan Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 25,00025,000PLANNING/DESIGN 350,000350,000CONSTRUCTION 25,00025,000CONTINGENCY 400,000 400,000Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 400,000400,000GO BONDS-ESSENTIAL PURPOSE 400,000 400,000Total Description Several of the asphalt drives and parking lots throughout the park system are in need of replacement. They are not covered by other City overlay projects. The lots to be repaired are the Park Maintenance Shop lot and the Mercer Park parking lots. Project #R4386 Priority Essential (2) Justification These parking lots and drives have severely deteriorated asphalt. Budget Impact/Other There will not be an impact on the operating budget from this project. Useful Life 25 years Project Name Park Facility Parking Lot Overlay Category Parks Maintenance Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$200,000 Contact Juli Seydell-Johnson Department PARKS & RECREATION MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 200,000200,000CONSTRUCTION 200,000 200,000Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 200,000200,000GO BONDS-ESSENTIAL PURPOSE 200,000 200,000Total 540 Description The Willow Creek trail spanning 0.8 miles from Benton St to Willow Creek Dr including a spur of the trail connecting to Aber Ave is in need of replacement. Project #R4387 Priority Essential (2) Justification This trail is crumbling in many locations and will soon be unsafe to use. Patching has occurred as a temporary fix but a complete replacement is necessary. Project request includes 10 ft wide concrete trail on the same footprint as the existing .8 mile trail. Cost estimate mirrors estimate for construction of Hwy 6 trail section from Fairmeadows to Heinz because it is the same length. Budget Impact/Other This project will slightly lower the operating budget to less maintenance and upkeep from replacing older infrastructure with newer infrastructure. The esimated annual cost savings is less than $10,000. Useful Life 20 years Project Name Willow Creek Trail Replacement Category Parks Maintenance Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$575,000 Contact Juli Seydell-Johnson Department PARKS & RECREATION MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN Park Master Plan Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 65,00065,000PLANNING/DESIGN 418,000418,000CONSTRUCTION 21,00021,000INSPECTION 21,00021,000ADMINISTRATION 50,00050,000CONTINGENCY 575,000 575,000Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 575,000575,000GO BONDS-GENERAL PURPOSE 575,000 575,000Total 541 Description Update elevators in City Hall, Senior Center, Robert A. Lee Recreation Center with ADA operating system improvements including braille and visible and verbal signals to indicate which elevator car is available, its direction, and when it has reached a designated floor. Project #R4388 Priority Critical (1) Justification Presently these elevators do not meet the current ADA standards. These recommendations were cited in the 2012 Space Needs Study and Master Plan and the Facility ADA study. Budget Impact/Other This project will lower annual operating expenditures due to the replacement of older equipment with new equipment. The estimated annual savings is less than $10,000 per year. Useful Life 10 years Project Name ADA Elevator Improvements Category Parks Administration Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$250,000 Contact Juli Seydell-Johnson Department PARKS & RECREATION MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN Facilities Master Plan Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 50,00050,000PLANNING/DESIGN 200,000200,000CONSTRUCTION 50,000 200,000 250,000Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 250,00050,000 200,000GENERAL FUND 50,000 200,000 250,000Total Description Acquisition and purchase of an Evidence Management System that will enhance the efficiency and acccuracy of submitting, cataloging, retrieving and distributing digital evidence. Project #Y4446 Priority Efficiency Improvement (3) Justification Currently evidence photographs/videos must be cataloged on paper, transferred to DVD disks and submitted to evidence for storage. Upon request for viewing/copies to attorneys these disks must be located, replicated and distributed, a very time consuming and antiquated process by today's standards. This new system that will allow upload directly into the system, create photo logs and associated information and file it under the proper incident number for ease of retrieval while maintaining high security, making the entire department efficient. Budget Impact/Other This system will save much time for the officers submitting evidence to the property room managers retrieving the evidence. This project will also require $3,500 annual license fee. The project is estimated to reduce annual operating expenditures by $5,000 to $10,000 due to reduced staff time. Useful Life 10 years Project Name Digital Photo Evidence Management Category Police Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$125,000 Contact Jody Matherly Department POLICE MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 125,000125,000EQUIPMENT 125,000 125,000Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 125,000125,000GENERAL FUND 125,000 125,000Total 542 Description This project provides a natural gas generator at the Animal Shelter which would be able to provide a safe and comfortable enviroment for the animals during any kind of power outage. Project #Y4447 Priority Essential (2) Justification Currently the Animal Center loses the abliity to provide heat or cooling during any kind of power outage. The Animal Center was built to be climate controlled which does not allow us to have any possiblity to open any of the windows. Some rooms with animals have no ability to have access to outside air. Extended periods of time exposed to extreme heat or cold has the potential to cause physical distress and/or death to an animal. Budget Impact/Other This project would increase the operating budget due to maintenance and inspection costs of the generator. The estimated annual increase in operating expenditures is less than $5,000. Useful Life 25 years Project Name Animal Shelter Standy Generator Category Police Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$108,500 Contact Denise Brotherton Department POLICE MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 10,00010,000PLANNING/DESIGN 98,50098,500CONSTRUCTION 108,500 108,500Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 108,500108,500GENERAL FUND 108,500 108,500Total 543 Description The project consists of creating a Landfill Master Plan in 2021 and the design and replacement of the landfill equipment storage buildings, currently known as buildings A and B, in 2022 and 2023. The Master Plan component will determine where on the site the new building will be constructed in addition to assessing overall traffic flow, potential compost facility changes and potential methane use infrastructure locations. 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 The new building will be more energy efficient, allow for better equipment maintenance and accommodate storing landfill equipment indoors. A potential new traffic pattern could allow for more customers and quicker, more efficient transactions. The net decrease in estimated annual expenditures is less than $10,000 per year. Useful Life 30 Years Project Name Landfill Equipment Building Replacement Category Landfill Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$1,250,000 Contact Jen Jordan Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN Facilities Master Plan Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 250,000150,000 100,000PLANNING/DESIGN 950,000950,000CONSTRUCTION 50,00050,000CONTINGENCY 150,000 100,000 1,000,000 1,250,000Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 1,250,000150,000 100,000 1,000,000LANDFILL FUND 150,000 100,000 1,000,000 1,250,000Total 544 Description The landfill six-acre compost pad will be backfilled in multiple areas to fill large pits. An asphalt layer will be added to cover the rock and a seal coat will be applied to prevent liquids from seeping. A seal coat will be added to cover the raw millings on the eastern half of the pad that has not been sealed in the past. Project #L3333 Priority Essential (2) Justification The landfill six-acre compost pad and wood processing pad is in need of significant repair. Deferred maintenance over many years has resulted in the need for repair to ensure customer safety and regulatory compliance. The pad must meet the Iowa Department of Natural Resources' requirements for impermeability and for stormwater control. Budget Impact/Other An improved surface will reduce equipment repair costs and reduce customer safety issues/potential liability claims. The estimated annual savings is less than $10,000 per year. Useful Life 20 years Project Name Compost Pad Improvements Category Landfill Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$330,000 Contact Jen Jordan Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 30,00030,000PLANNING/DESIGN 300,000300,000CONSTRUCTION 30,000 300,000 330,000Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 330,00030,000 300,000LANDFILL FUND 30,000 300,000 330,000Total 545 Description A new drop-off site near Sturgis Ferry Park will require several acres of paving, stormwater infrastructure, one material compactor with electrical infrastructure, new roll-off containers, fencing, lighting, signage and landscaping. The project will also include infrastructure to provide compost and wood chips as currently are available at the East Side Recycling Center. Improvements will include basic amenities for cyclists and park users. Some containers from the previous site will be repurposed at this site. Project #L3334 Priority Efficiency Improvement (3) Justification Changes outside of the City's control to recycling sites have heightened the need for a new south side recycling site. In 2018, a fire at the privately-owned Benton Street site reduced public options for recycling and in 2020, the City was asked to vacate the North Dodge site. The bins were temporarily moved to 1200 S. Riverside, close to the future location of the new site. This project will allow for a more efficient operation (a cardboard compactor will be installed) and significant fuel savings sooner. Budget Impact/Other The site will be serviced by existing Resource Management staff and equipment. The impact on the operating budget will be negligible. Useful Life 20 years Project Name South Side Recycling Site Category Landfill Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$620,000 Contact Jen Jordan Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 50,00050,000PLANNING/DESIGN 480,000480,000CONSTRUCTION 10,00010,000ADMINISTRATION 40,00040,000CONTINGENCY 40,00040,000EQUIPMENT 620,000 620,000Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 620,000620,000GO BONDS-GENERAL PURPOSE 620,000 620,000Total 546 Description This project includes the design and installation of an expansion of the Landfill Dual Extraction System, which was originally constructed in 2018. This project will expand the current system (13 pnuematic pumps and 4 solar pumps) to include pumps in 8-9 additional wells and add SCADA monitoring to the proposed new and existing pumps. Project #L3335 Priority Efficiency Improvement (3) Justification The expansion of the Landfill's Dual Extraction System will positively impact eight or nine more wells, which have liquid levels that are close to or exceed the screen within them. Having high liquid levels limits or prevents gas from being able to be pulled from those wells. Expansion of the Dual Extraction System will allow landfill operators to better control leachate and gas management onsite. This will enhance operator functionality and reduce manual labor time. Adding SCADA greatly improves monitoring capabilities and efficiencies for landfill staff. Budget Impact/Other Adding SCADA monitoring to the new and existing pumps will increase staff efficiency by allowing central monitoring., but but the annual savings are expected to be less than $10,000 per year. Useful Life 20 years Project Name Landfill Dual Extraction System Expansion Category Landfill Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$600,000 Contact Jen Jordan Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 55,00055,000PLANNING/DESIGN 485,000485,000CONSTRUCTION 50,00050,000INSPECTION 10,0005,000 5,000ADMINISTRATION 60,000 540,000 600,000Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 600,00060,000 540,000LANDFILL FUND 60,000 540,000 600,000Total 547 Description This project allows for the purchase of two fully automated packer trucks for curbside collections to support a third organics collection route. With the distribution of recycling carts to most households and organics carts to a growing number of households, a fully automated truck can now be efficiently utilized on any route and would allow for flexibility of staff and equipment. Project #L3337 Priority Critical (1) Justification With recent changes and promotion of the organics collection program, tonnages collected at the curb have more than doubled over the past three years (142 tons/month in 2017 to 315 tons/month in 2020 not including the derecho). An additional fully automated packer truck would allow for the addition of an organics route; currently there are 4 daily trash routes, 5 daily recycling routes and 2 daily organics routes. One staff person could run any collection route faster and more efficiently than the current semi-automated recycling and organics trucks. Budget Impact/Other The trucks will require additional replacement charges, fuel, and insurance. The estimated annual increase in operating expenditures is $50,000 to $100,000. Useful Life 7 years Project Name Fully Automated Curbside Collections Truck Category Refuse Operations Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$550,000 Contact Jen Jordan Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 550,000550,000EQUIPMENT 550,000 550,000Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 550,000550,000REFUSE COLLECTION FUND 550,000 550,000Total 548 Description This project includes the preliminary design and studies, detailed design, construction, construction observation, and regulatory compliance associated with implementing the next landfill cell. Project #L3338 Priority Critical (1) Justification The current landfilling and compaction rates allows for approximately 6.8 years of capacity in the existing cells. New cells take two to three years to design and construct. Budget Impact/Other Expediting this project will reduce rock purchases, because operations will allow for using existing interior roads and rainy day pads instead of building new. The annual estimated reduction of expenditures is $25,000 per year. Useful Life 10 years Project Name Future Landfill Cell Category Landfill Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$4,060,000 Contact Jen Jordan Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 360,000100,000 260,000PLANNING/DESIGN 2,960,0002,960,000CONSTRUCTION 185,000185,000INSPECTION 185,000185,000ADMINISTRATION 370,000370,000CONTINGENCY 100,000 260,000 3,700,000 4,060,000Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 4,060,000100,000 260,000 3,700,000LANDFILL REPLACEMENT RESERVE 100,000 260,000 3,700,000 4,060,000Total 549 Description This project provides for the purchase and installation of a bulk water tank at the landfill. Project #L3340 Priority Essential (2) Justification The tank will help provide the needed volume to ensure the refresh rate of the planned water main and allow for efficient filling of the landfill's tank used for daily spray cover mixing. In the event of a fire it will also significantly reduce both transportation and fill time for the Fire Department. Budget Impact/Other Water costs and maintenance costs will be incurred based on water use. The estimated annual increase in operating expenditures is $10,000 to $15,000. Useful Life 15 years Project Name Bulk Water Fill Station Category Landfill Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$175,000 Contact Jen Jordan Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 50,00050,000PLANNING/DESIGN 125,000125,000CONSTRUCTION 175,000 175,000Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 175,000175,000LANDFILL FUND 175,000 175,000Total Description This project replaces the existing D7E Caterpillar bulldozer with a D8T Caterpillar bulldozer to improve safety and significantly improve operational efficiency and compaction due to height of the machine, the weight, effective dozing distance and blade capacity. With Equipment Replacement reserves and trade-in value, the finances are $425,000 short of the cost of the new machine. Project #L3341 Priority Critical (1) Justification This upgrade allows for safer and more efficient operations. The D7E sits low and regularly gets stuck; this reduces work time for both the D7E and the existing D8T to pull it out. A D8T is 25,000 pounds heavier, providing better compaction. The D7E has a shorter effective dozing distance; since long pushes are needed due to flat filloperations; this decreases efficiency significantly and increases the chances of material coming off the side of the blade. The D7E blade capacity is less than half of the D8T, causing at least twice as many pushes across the cell. Budget Impact/Other The increased size of the bulldozer will be more expensive to operate and the replacement costs will increase. The estimated increase in operating expenditures is $50,000 per year. Useful Life 15 years Project Name Bulldozer upgrade Category Landfill Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$425,000 Contact Jen Jordan Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 425,000425,000EQUIPMENT 425,000 425,000Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 175,000175,000LANDFILL FUND 175,000 175,000Total Prior 250,000 Total 550 Description This project will decommission and fill the older of two leachate lagoons and clean and repair the newer of the two lagoons. Project #L3342 Priority Essential (2) Justification The older lagoon has not been utilized since 2012 and is not anticipated to be needed due to the newer lagoon's capacity and the ability to direct pipe to the Wastewater Treatment Plant. The newer lagoon is in need of a clean-out and minor repairs to the liner. Budget Impact/Other While difficult to estimate a dollar amount, the removal of the older lagoon could reduce the amount of clean rainwater currently collected and treated as leachate, at a cost. The estimated reduction in operating expenditures is less than $10,000 per year. Useful Life 30 Years Project Name Leachate Lagoon updates Category Landfill Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$150,000 Contact Jen Jordan Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 150,000150,000CONSTRUCTION 150,000 150,000Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 150,000150,000LANDFILL FUND 150,000 150,000Total 551 Description The project connects existing loops of of gas line infrastructure on the south central end of the landfill (around cell FY09) to improve overall flow; extends the gas line infrastructure up and around the perimeter of the current cell, FY18; adds vertical collector wells in the existing FY09; and adds horizontal collector lines in the current FY18 cell to meet regulatory and environmental regulations. Project #L3343 Priority Critical (1) Justification Tying two loops of of the existing gas line infrastructure together and extending the gas line will improve overall flow to increase the gas draw to the flare. This will allow for better control of landfill gas and reduce the possibility of uncontrolled gas blow-outs in the garbage or dirt cover, reducing potential odor issues and environmental and regulatory liability. Budget Impact/Other This project will increase operating costs due to the expansion of infrastructure. The estimated increase in operating expenditures is less than $10,000 per year. Useful Life 30 Years Project Name Landfill Gas Infrastructure Expansion Category Landfill Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$792,000 Contact Jen Jordan Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 62,00062,000PLANNING/DESIGN 580,000580,000CONSTRUCTION 31,00031,000INSPECTION 31,00031,000ADMINISTRATION 88,00088,000CONTINGENCY 792,000 792,000Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 792,000792,000LANDFILL REPLACEMENT RESERVE 792,000 792,000Total 552 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:$1,400,000 Contact Ben Clark Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 150,000150,000PLANNING/DESIGN 1,000,0001,000,000CONSTRUCTION 100,000100,000INSPECTION 50,00050,000ADMINISTRATION 100,000100,000CONTINGENCY 150,000 1,250,000 1,400,000Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 1,400,000150,000 1,250,000STORM WATER FUND 150,000 1,250,000 1,400,000Total 553 Description This project will modify the top of the vault and hatches in order to accommodate ADA compliant sidewalks. It will also include replacement of the trash rack screen and other associated pump station components. Project #M3634 Priority Essential (2) Justification The location of the vault and hatches creates a maintenance issue and prohibits the installation of ADA compliant sidewalks. This pump station was installed 36 years ago and some of the components are in need of replacement. Budget Impact/Other There is no anticipated impact to the operating budget. Useful Life 50 years Project Name Rundell Street Pump Station Vault Modifications Category Storm Water Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$350,000 Contact Ben Clark Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 40,00040,000PLANNING/DESIGN 250,000250,000CONSTRUCTION 25,00025,000INSPECTION 10,00010,000ADMINISTRATION 25,00025,000CONTINGENCY 350,000 350,000Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 350,000350,000STORM WATER FUND 350,000 350,000Total 554 Description This project will install storm sewer pipe in an open ditch along the west side of River Street, north of the lower Lincoln School parking lot. A five-foot-wide compliant sidewalk will replace the existing walk. Project #M3635 Priority Essential (2) Justification The existing open channel storm water drainage ditch is deteriorating and is susceptible to blockage from debris. Utility services have been exposed to the surface due to erosion along the bottom of the ditch. Further erosion will potentially impact the sidewalk and street. A compliant sidewalk will facilitate pedestrian traffic to the school. Budget Impact/Other There is no anticipated impact to operating budget. Useful Life 50 years Project Name River Street Storm Sewer Improvements Category Storm Water Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$850,000 Contact Ben Clark Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 90,00090,000PLANNING/DESIGN 10,00010,000LAND/ROW ACQUISITION 600,000600,000CONSTRUCTION 60,00060,000INSPECTION 30,00030,000ADMINISTRATION 60,00060,000CONTINGENCY 100,000 750,000 850,000Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 850,000100,000 750,000STORM WATER FUND 100,000 750,000 850,000Total 555 Description The project will replace aging infrastructure that includes undersized storm sewer. Project #M3636 Priority Critical (1) Justification The existing storm sewer pipe at the west end of Petsel Place has reached the end of its usful life. Additionally, the pipe undersized and the street is susceptible to nuisance flooding. This project will reconfigure the pavement and storm sewer infrastructure to current standards and will help alleviate nuisance flooding. 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 Petsel Place Storm Sewer Improvements Category Storm Water Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$331,000 Contact Ben Clark Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 35,00035,000PLANNING/DESIGN 10,00010,000LAND/ROW ACQUISITION 230,000230,000CONSTRUCTION 23,00023,000INSPECTION 10,00010,000ADMINISTRATION 23,00023,000CONTINGENCY 331,000 331,000Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 331,000331,000STORM WATER FUND 331,000 331,000Total 556 Description Covered outdoor areas that will allow for improved storage of sand/salt mixture and other materials. These storage areas were originally included in the Public Works Facility project, but were removed due to budget constraints. The storage areas can also be used to store topsoil for use during construction season. Project #P3985 Priority Efficiency Improvement (3) Justification Storage of the City's sand/salt mixure in a covered location provides several benefits. Covered storage helps to minimize the material getting wet, which can lead to the salt becoming dissolved and washing down the sewer. During cold weather, the wet material can freeze together in large chunks, making it difficult to load and spread the material effectively. Covered storage bins also provide flexibility to carry more salt through the summer months, if needed. Budget Impact/Other This improvement will increase operating expenditure due to occasional maintenance. The expected increase in expenditures is less than $10,000 per year. Useful Life 50 years Project Name Sand/Salt Storage Bunkers Category Public Works Administration Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$410,000 Contact Brock Holub Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 20,00020,000PLANNING/DESIGN 380,000380,000CONSTRUCTION 10,00010,000CONTINGENCY 410,000 410,000Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 410,000410,000GO BONDS-GENERAL PURPOSE 410,000 410,000Total Description The City's non-public safety radio system is nearing the end of the infrastructure's service life and needs updated to ensure radio communications continue. Project #P3987 Priority Critical (1) Justification Divisions within the City rely on radio communication daily and is critical to our operation. Motorola factory service support for our portable and mobile radios ended in April 2020, the Motorola Connect Plus system we have has reached end of life and end of support will be in early 2023. Future meetings will be held to determine if we want to continue to own and maintain our own system or possibly join on the JECC P-25 network. Budget Impact/Other This project will have a minimal impact on the operating budget, but it will reduce expenditures slightly due to the replacement of aging equipment. The estimated annual savings is less than $10,000. Useful Life 10 years Project Name Non-Public Safety Radio System Upgrade Category Equipment Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$750,000 Contact Dan Striegel Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 750,000750,000CONSTRUCTION 750,000 750,000Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 750,000750,000EQUIPMENT FUND 750,000 750,000Total 557 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. This project extends 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 #S3936 Priority Essential (2) Justification Melrose Avenue/IWV Road is in poor condition and needs to be reconstructed to current design standards. Currently, the Landfill also does not have access to City water, and utilizes a well to provide water for the site. The project provides City water to be used for Landfill operations, fire protection and staff use. Budget Impact/Other This project is replacing existing infrastructure and should reduce future roadway maintenance costs. This project, however, will increase the city's maintenance expenditures due to the addition of water main into the system. The net estimated change in operating expenditures is an increase of less than $10,000 per year. This serves as a declaration of official intent under Treasury Regulation 1.150-2 that it is reasonably expected that capital expenditures will be made in respect of the above-described project, such expenditures to be advanced from the Capital Projects fund, and the City reasonably expects to reimburse all or a portion of the expenditures with the proceeds of bonds, notes or other indebtedness to be issued or incurred by the City in the future. Useful Life 50 years Project Name Melrose Avenue Improvements Category Street Operations Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$5,420,000 Contact Jason Havel Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %20% GRANTEE STP TIF DISTRICT None PLAN Transportation Plan Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 4,500,0004,500,000CONSTRUCTION 205,000205,000INSPECTION 55,00055,000ADMINISTRATION 300,000300,000CONTINGENCY 5,060,000 5,060,000Total Prior 360,000 Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 930,000930,000FEDERAL GRANTS 1,780,0001,780,000GO BONDS-ESSENTIAL PURPOSE 1,000,0001,000,000LANDFILL FUND 1,600,0001,600,000OTHER LOCAL GOVERNMENTS 5,310,000 5,310,000Total Prior 110,000 Total 558 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 also includes alley improvements, lighting, and wayfinding. 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. This serves as a declaration of official intent under Treasury Regulation 1.150-2 that it is reasonably expected that capital expenditures will be made in respect of the above-described project, such expenditures to be advanced from the Capital Projects fund, and the City reasonably expects to reimburse all or a portion of the expenditures with the proceeds of bonds, notes or other indebtedness to be issued or incurred by the City in the future. Useful Life 50 years Project Name Dubuque Street Reconstruction Category Street Operations Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$3,000,000 Contact Geoff Fruin Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT City-University PLAN Downtown Streetscape Plan Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 300,000300,000PLANNING/DESIGN 2,100,0002,100,000CONSTRUCTION 200,000200,000INSPECTION 400,000400,000CONTINGENCY 300,000 2,700,000 3,000,000Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 3,000,0003,000,000GO BONDS-ESSENTIAL PURPOSE 3,000,000 3,000,000Total 559 Description This project would extend Capitol Street and Kirkwood Avenue as a part of the Riverfront Crossing area improvements. The project also includes replacement of the 12-inch water main on Capitol Street between Benton Street and the railroad to the north, water main improvements at the Benton and Clinton intersection and removal of the railroad spur across Benton Street. 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. This serves as a declaration of official intent under Treasury Regulation 1.150-2 that it is reasonably expected that capital expenditures will be made in respect of the above-described project, such expenditures to be advanced from the Capital Projects fund, and the City reasonably expects to reimburse all or a portion of the expenditures with the proceeds of bonds, notes or other indebtedness to be issued or incurred by the City in the future. Useful Life 50 years Project Name Kirkwood Avenue to Capitol Street Connection Category Street Operations Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$3,100,000 Contact Scott Sovers Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT Riverfront Crossings PLAN Riverfront Crossings Master Pla Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 100,000100,000PLANNING/DESIGN 100,000 100,000Total Future 3,000,000 Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 100,000100,000GO BONDS-ESSENTIAL PURPOSE 100,000 100,000Total Future 3,000,000 Total 560 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. This serves as a declaration of official intent under Treasury Regulation 1.150-2 that it is reasonably expected that capital expenditures will be made in respect of the above-described project, such expenditures to be advanced from the Capital Projects fund, and the City reasonably expects to reimburse all or a portion of the expenditures with the proceeds of bonds, notes or other indebtedness to be issued or incurred by the City in the future. Useful Life 50 years Project Name Court Street Reconstruction Category Street Operations Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$7,100,000 Contact Scott Sovers Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 100,000100,000PLANNING/DESIGN 25,00025,000LAND/ROW ACQUISITION 5,400,0005,400,000CONSTRUCTION 150,000150,000INSPECTION 150,000150,000ADMINISTRATION 500,000500,000CONTINGENCY 125,000 6,200,000 6,325,000Total Prior 775,000 Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 6,200,0006,200,000GO BONDS-ESSENTIAL PURPOSE 6,200,000 6,200,000Total Prior 900,000 Total 561 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. This serves as a declaration of official intent under Treasury Regulation 1.150-2 that it is reasonably expected that capital expenditures will be made in respect of the above-described project, such expenditures to be advanced from the Capital Projects fund, and the City reasonably expects to reimburse all or a portion of the expenditures with the proceeds of bonds, notes or other indebtedness to be issued or incurred by the City in the future. Useful Life 50 years Project Name Benton Street Rehabilitation Project Category Street Operations Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$3,725,000 Contact Jason Havel Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %30% GRANTEE STP TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 25,00025,000PLANNING/DESIGN 50,00050,000LAND/ROW ACQUISITION 2,900,0002,900,000CONSTRUCTION 100,000100,000INSPECTION 100,000100,000ADMINISTRATION 300,000300,000CONTINGENCY 3,475,000 3,475,000Total Prior 250,000 Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 1,315,8601,315,860FEDERAL GRANTS 2,409,1402,409,140GO BONDS-ESSENTIAL PURPOSE 3,725,000 3,725,000Total 562 Description Reconstruction of Rochester Avenue from First Avenue to the bridge over Ralston Creek. The project will include new street paving, sidewalk, utility improvements and other associated work. Project #S3950 Priority Essential (2) Justification Rochester Avenue is an important arterial within Iowa City, and the street pavement is in poor condition. The project will also provide utility upgrades, sidewalk infill and ADA curb ramp improvements within the project area. 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. This serves as a declaration of official intent under Treasury Regulation 1.150-2 that it is reasonably expected that capital expenditures will be made in respect of the above-described project, such expenditures to be advanced from the Capital Projects fund, and the City reasonably expects to reimburse all or a portion of the expenditures with the proceeds of bonds, notes or other indebtedness to be issued or incurred by the City in the future. Useful Life 50 years Project Name Rochester Ave Reconst- First Ave. to Ralston Creek Category Street Operations Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$6,400,000 Contact Jason Havel Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 5,000,0005,000,000CONSTRUCTION 250,000250,000INSPECTION 250,000250,000ADMINISTRATION 250,000250,000CONTINGENCY 5,750,000 5,750,000Total Prior 650,000 Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 5,750,0005,750,000GO BONDS-ESSENTIAL PURPOSE 5,750,000 5,750,000Total Prior 650,000 Total 563 Description This project will study the south Hwy 1/Hwy 6 intersection and provide a functional design for the preferred future improvements. Project #S3951 Priority Essential (2) Justification This area is likely to redevelop in the future, and it is important to have an understanding of the anticipated roadway improvments/needs when considering possible changes to the surrounding area. This project will also provide a plan for future trail connections and other associated improvements. Budget Impact/Other The proposed study and functional design is not expected to have any operating budget impacts. Useful Life 50 years Project Name Hwy 1/Hwy 6 Intersection Improvements Study Category Street Operations Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$75,000 Contact Jason Havel Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT Riverside Drive PLAN None Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 75,00075,000PLANNING/DESIGN 75,000 75,000Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 75,00075,000GENERAL FUND 75,000 75,000Total 564 Description Reconstruction of Dodge Street from Governor Street to Burlington Street. This will be a joint project with the DOT, and will include new street pavement, sidewalk, utility improvements and other associated work. This serves as a declaration of official intent under Treasury Regulation 1.150-2 that it is reasonably expected that capital expenditures will be made in respect of the above-described project, such expenditures to be advanced from the Capital Projects fund, and the City reasonably expects to reimburse all or a portion of the expenditures with the proceeds of bonds, notes or other indebtedness to be issued or incurred by the City in the future. Project #S3952 Priority Essential (2) Justification This section of Dodge Street is in poor condition and requires significant ongoing maintenance. A functional design is currently underway for the 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. This serves as a declaration of official intent under Treasury Regulation 1.150-2 that it is reasonably expected that capital expenditures will be made in respect of the above-described project, such expenditures to be advanced from the Capital Projects fund, and the City reasonably expects to reimburse all or a portion of the expenditures with the proceeds of bonds, notes or other indebtedness to be issued or incurred by the City in the future. Useful Life 50 years Project Name Dodge Street Reconstruct - Governor to Burlington Category Street Operations Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$17,117,000 Contact Jason Havel Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %35% GRANTEE IDOT TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 1,250,0001,250,000PLANNING/DESIGN 50,00050,000LAND/ROW ACQUISITION 13,200,00013,200,000CONSTRUCTION 350,000350,000INSPECTION 350,000350,000ADMINISTRATION 1,800,0001,800,000CONTINGENCY 1,250,000 15,750,000 17,000,000Total Prior 117,000 Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 3,750,0003,750,000FEDERAL GRANTS 2,400,0002,400,000GO BONDS-ESSENTIAL PURPOSE 10,850,0001,000,000 9,850,000OTHER STATE GRANTS 1,000,000 16,000,000 17,000,000Total Prior 117,000 Total 565 Description This project will reconstruct Orchard Street from Benton Street to US Highway 1. Project includes 26 foot wide PCC street and a 5 foot wide sidewalk on one side of the street, new 8" DIP water main from Douglas to US Highway 1 and storm sewer improvements. Project #S3954 Priority Essential (2) Justification Orchard Street is deteriorating beyond the point of rehabilitation and needs to be reconstructed. 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. This serves as a declaration of official intent under Treasury Regulation 1.150-2 that it is reasonably expected that capital expenditures will be made in respect of the above-described project, such expenditures to be advanced from the Capital Projects fund, and the City reasonably expects to reimburse all or a portion of the expenditures with the proceeds of bonds, notes or other indebtedness to be issued or incurred by the City in the future. Useful Life 50 years Project Name Orchard Street Reconstruction Category Street Operations Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$1,210,000 Contact Jason Reichart Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 710,000710,000CONSTRUCTION 90,00090,000INSPECTION 45,00045,000ADMINISTRATION 180,000180,000CONTINGENCY 1,025,000 1,025,000Total Prior 185,000 Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 1,210,0001,210,000GO BONDS-ESSENTIAL PURPOSE 1,210,000 1,210,000Total 566 Description Reconstruct N. Gilbert Street from Brown Street to the construction limits of the Gateway project just south of Kimball Road. Improvements to include new water main, sanitary sewer, storm sewer, PCC roadway paving and sidewalks on both sides of the roadway. Project #S3955 Priority Essential (2) Justification Gilbert Street requires full reconstruction at this time. There is no storm sewer between Brown Street and the new intakes installed with the Gateway project. Sidewalks are located only at the top of the hill, near Brown Street and residents have requested that pedestrian connectivity be provided to them with the roadway improvements. 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. This serves as a declaration of official intent under Treasury Regulation 1.150-2 that it is reasonably expected that capital expenditures will be made in respect of the above-described project, such expenditures to be advanced from the Capital Projects fund, and the City reasonably expects to reimburse all or a portion of the expenditures with the proceeds of bonds, notes or other indebtedness to be issued or incurred by the City in the future. Useful Life 50 years Project Name N. Gilbert Street Reconstruction Category Street Operations Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$1,437,000 Contact Melissa Clow Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 150,000150,000PLANNING/DESIGN 50,00050,000LAND/ROW ACQUISITION 800,000800,000CONSTRUCTION 105,000105,000INSPECTION 32,00032,000ADMINISTRATION 300,000300,000CONTINGENCY 200,000 1,237,000 1,437,000Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 1,437,0001,437,000GO BONDS-ESSENTIAL PURPOSE 1,437,000 1,437,000Total 567 Description This project will replace the existing Gilbert Street bridge over Ralston Creek. In addition, the project will include removal and replacement of slope protection, sidewalk, storm sewer and street pavement, and other related work. Project #S3956 Priority Critical (1) Justification The 2017 Biennial Bridge Inspection Program identified advanced deterioration of the deck and super structure on the Gilbert Street bridge. The Program recommended the bridge be scheduled for significant repairs or replacement. 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. This serves as a declaration of official intent under Treasury Regulation 1.150-2 that it is reasonably expected that capital expenditures will be made in respect of the above-described project, such expenditures to be advanced from the Capital Projects fund, and the City reasonably expects to reimburse all or a portion of the expenditures with the proceeds of bonds, notes or other indebtedness to be issued or incurred by the City in the future. Useful Life 50 years Project Name Gilbert Street Bridge Replacement Category Street Operations Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$2,000,000 Contact Jason Havel Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 1,615,0001,615,000CONSTRUCTION 55,00055,000INSPECTION 55,00055,000ADMINISTRATION 100,000100,000CONTINGENCY 1,825,000 1,825,000Total Prior 175,000 Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 1,000,0001,000,000FEDERAL GRANTS 1,000,0001,000,000GO BONDS-ESSENTIAL PURPOSE 2,000,000 2,000,000Total 568 Description Reconstruction of Park Road from Rocky Shore Drive to the west project limits of the Gateway Project, approximately Riverside Drive. This project will include new street pavement, sidewalk, utility improvements and other associated work. Project #S3958 Priority Essential (2) Justification This section of Park Road is in poor condition and is in need of repair. The City has received numerous complaints about its condition. 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. This serves as a declaration of official intent under Treasury Regulation 1.150-2 that it is reasonably expected that capital expenditures will be made in respect of the above-described project, such expenditures to be advanced from the Capital Projects fund, and the City reasonably expects to reimburse all or a portion of the expenditures with the proceeds of bonds, notes or other indebtedness to be issued or incurred by the City in the future. Useful Life 50 years Project Name Park Road Reconstruct - Rocky Shore to Riverside Category Street Operations Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$6,700,000 Contact Jason Havel Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 650,000650,000PLANNING/DESIGN 50,00050,000LAND/ROW ACQUISITION 5,250,0005,250,000CONSTRUCTION 250,000250,000INSPECTION 250,000250,000ADMINISTRATION 250,000250,000CONTINGENCY 700,000 6,000,000 6,700,000Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 6,700,000700,000 6,000,000GO BONDS-ESSENTIAL PURPOSE 700,000 6,000,000 6,700,000Total 569 Description Reconstruction of Taft Avenue from American Legion Road to Lower West Branch. Design of this project would begin in 2023 with construction in a future year. Project #S3959 Priority Essential (2) Justification The properties west of Taft Avenue between Lower West Branch Road and American Legion Road is now fully developed. With the construction of the new Hoover School and the upcoming American Legion Road and Scott Boulevard trunk sewer extension projects, the area will likely experience growth in the next five to ten years necessitating improvements to Taft Avenue. Budget Impact/Other This project will add infrastructure into the City which will incrementally increase the City's operating costs. The estimated increase in operating expenditures is less than $10,000 per year. Useful Life 50 years Project Name Taft Avenue Reconstruct - Am Legion to Lwr West Br Category Street Operations Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$11,000,000 Contact Jason Havel Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 1,000,0001,000,000PLANNING/DESIGN 10,000,00010,000,000CONSTRUCTION 1,000,000 10,000,000 11,000,000Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 2,500,0002,500,000FEDERAL GRANTS 8,500,0001,000,000 7,500,000GO BONDS-ESSENTIAL PURPOSE 1,000,000 10,000,000 11,000,000Total Description Obtain consultant services to perform an alignment study for the Oakdale Boulevard extension east of Highway 1. Project #S3960 Priority Essential (2) Justification This project will conduct an aligment study for the Oakdale Boulevard extension east of Highway 1. The existing alignment study was completed in 2003 and changes in land use, ownership and travel patterns nessesitate revisting the appropriate alignment for the road extension. This project also meets the Council's Strategic Plan goal of 'Investing in Public Infrastructure' by initiating a planning effort to prepare for future expansion of a critical public facility. Budget Impact/Other This project will not have an impact on the operating budget. Useful Life 10 years Project Name Oakdale Blvd Extension - Alignment Study Category Street Operations Type Multi-Phase Total Project Cost:$100,000 Contact Kent Ralston Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT Northgate Corporate Park PLAN Transportation Plan Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 100,000100,000PLANNING/DESIGN 100,000 100,000Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 100,000100,000GENERAL FUND 100,000 100,000Total 570 Description The initial phase of this project will be to develop functional design plans for the elevation of Foster Road from No Name Street to Dubuque Street. Project #S3961 Priority Critical (1) Justification Currently Foster Road is the single means of access for the Peninsula neighborhood. When the Iowa River reaches major flood stages, portions of Foster Road between No Name Street and Dubuque Street become inundated, thus requiring neighborhoods to be evacuated. The intent of this project is to elevate Foster Road above historic flood levels to maintain access to the Peninsula area. Budget Impact/Other This project will not have an impact on the operating budget. Useful Life 30 Years Project Name Foster Road Elevation Category Street Operations Type Multi-Phase Total Project Cost:$75,000 Contact Scott Sovers Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 75,00075,000PLANNING/DESIGN 75,000 75,000Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 75,00075,000GENERAL FUND 75,000 75,000Total 571 Description The project will involve the construction of sidewalk along Highland Avenue adjacent to 424 Highland Court and 1022 Highland Court. Project #S3962 Priority Efficiency Improvement (3) Justification We received a request from the owner of Whitedog Import Auto Services to install sidewalk along Highland Court adjacent to their property. There is pedestrian use along Highland Court, but no continuous sidewalk along either side of the street. Budget Impact/Other Sidewalks are maintained by the adjoining property owners and will not increase the City's operating budget. Useful Life 30 Years Project Name Highland Court Sidewalk Infill Project Category Street Operations Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$55,000 Contact Josh Slattery Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 5,0005,000PLANNING/DESIGN 1,0001,000LAND/ROW ACQUISITION 35,00035,000CONSTRUCTION 5,0005,000INSPECTION 4,0004,000ADMINISTRATION 5,0005,000CONTINGENCY 55,000 55,000Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 55,00055,000GO BONDS-ESSENTIAL PURPOSE 55,000 55,000Total 572 Description This project will replace both the eastbound and westbound Burlington Street bridges with one new bridge over the Iowa River. In addition, the project will investigate the feasibililty of eliminating the dam as well as the realignment of Grand Avenue west of Riverside Drive. This project will be a joint project with the DOT. Project #S3963 Priority Critical (1) Justification The 2019 biennial bridge inspection program identified advanced detorioration of the sub and super structures on the Burlington Street Bridges. The program recommended the bridge to be scheduled for replacement. Budget Impact/Other Operating expenses are expected to be minimal or decrease, as this will be replacing aged infrastructure that has reached the end of its useful life. Useful Life 75 years Project Name Burlington Street Bridge Replacement Category Street Operations Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$19,050,000 Contact Scott Sovers Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %VARIES GRANTEE STP TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 2,050,000300,000 750,000 1,000,000PLANNING/DESIGN 300,000 750,000 1,000,000 2,050,000Total Future 17,000,000 Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 300,000300,000GO BONDS-ESSENTIAL PURPOSE 300,000 300,000Total Future 18,750,000 Total 573 Description This project constructs approximately 230 feet of sidewalk between Eastbrook Flats and Court Hill Trail along Scott Boulevard adjacent to Rita's Ranch Dog Park. Project #S3964 Priority Efficiency Improvement (3) Justification This segment of sidewalk is a busy pedestrian and bicycle traffic area that connects American Legion Road to Scott Park and Rita's Ranch Dog Park. Budget Impact/Other This project will increase operating expenses due to the additional maintenance required for the new sidewalk adjacent to City property. Estimated additional operating costs are less than $10,000 per year. Useful Life 20 years Project Name Scott Blvd. Sidewalk Infill Category Street Operations Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$120,000 Contact Scott Sovers Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN Bike Master Plan Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 10,00010,000PLANNING/DESIGN 90,00090,000CONSTRUCTION 5,0005,000INSPECTION 5,0005,000ADMINISTRATION 10,00010,000CONTINGENCY 120,000 120,000Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 120,000120,000GO BONDS-ESSENTIAL PURPOSE 120,000 120,000Total 574 Description This project includes the reconstruction of two blocks of brick street along Fairchild Street from Clinton Street to Linn Street. Project #S3965 Priority Essential (2) Justification The pavement condition in these areas is poor, and several areas have utilities that are in need of repair/replacement, which is contributing to the deterioration of the street. Budget Impact/Other Estimated savings in operating expenses are less than $10,000 per year. This serves as a declaration of official intent under Treasury Regulation 1.150-2 that it is reasonably expected that capital expenditures will be made in respect of the above-described project, such expenditures to be advanced from the Wastewater fund, and the City reasonably expects to reimburse all or a portion of the expenditures with the proceeds of bonds, notes or other indebtedness to be issued or incurred by the City in the future. Useful Life 50 years Project Name Fairchild Street Reconstruction Category Street Operations Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$1,400,000 Contact Jason Havel Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 100,000100,000PLANNING/DESIGN 1,100,0001,100,000CONSTRUCTION 50,00050,000INSPECTION 50,00050,000ADMINISTRATION 100,000100,000CONTINGENCY 100,000 1,300,000 1,400,000Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 1,400,0001,400,000GO BONDS-ESSENTIAL PURPOSE 1,400,000 1,400,000Total 575 Description This project includes removal and replacement of approximately 960 linear feet of sanitary sewer replacement, sanitary sewer manholes, sanitary sewer service reconnection, sanitary sewer abandonment, 8” PCC pavement, 6” PCC driveway, and 4” PCC sidewalk. The project corridor is along the back yards of the residential properties between Nevada Avenue and Regal Lane 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:$537,430 Contact Joe Welter Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 25,63025,630PLANNING/DESIGN 15,00015,000LAND/ROW ACQUISITION 146,800146,800CONSTRUCTION 187,430 187,430Total Prior 350,000 Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 187,430187,430WASTEWATER FUND 187,430 187,430Total Prior 350,000 Total 576 Description The future 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. An engineering study in 2020 will evaluate current and developing technologies for application to the waste stream characteristics and make project recommendations. 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. This serves as a declaration of official intent under Treasury Regulation 1.150-2 that it is reasonably expected that capital expenditures will be made in respect of the above-described project, such expenditures to be advanced from the Wastewater fund, and the City reasonably expects to reimburse all or a portion of the expenditures with the proceeds of bonds, notes or other indebtedness to be issued or incurred by the City in the future. Useful Life 20 years Project Name Digester Complex Rehabilitation Category Wastewater Treatment Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$7,990,500 Contact Tim Wilkey Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 210,000120,000 90,000PLANNING/DESIGN 7,060,0007,060,000CONSTRUCTION 4,0004,000INSPECTION 4,0004,000ADMINISTRATION 712,500712,500CONTINGENCY 120,000 7,870,500 7,990,500Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 7,990,5007,990,500REVENUE BONDS 7,990,500 7,990,500Total 577 Description This project will replace the existing rake and screens that were installed in the 2002 project and have virtually been in constant operation since installation. The west rake and screen suffered a catastrophic failure in 2017 with the failure of the rake mechanism. This same mechanism has failed again and current repairs cost are unknown. Project #V3153 Priority Critical (1) Justification The equipment is nearing the end if its useful life and has already had two catastrophic failure. This equipment catches floating materials that are not biodegradable in the treatment process and will cause blockages causing and additional maintenance to pumps and grinders. This is considered critical for the operation of the treatment plant. 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 Influent Rake and Screen Replacement Category Wastewater Treatment Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$1,000,000 Contact Tim Wilkey Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 1,000,0001,000,000CONSTRUCTION 1,000,000 1,000,000Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 1,000,0001,000,000WASTEWATER FUND 1,000,000 1,000,000Total Description Rehabilitation includes demolishing the existing building, converting the station to a wet-well valve vault with surface hatches for pump access, basket screening, new standby generator, replace 20 year old pump, new controls, valve vault with bypass capacity, new security fence, landscaping and access road improvements. The station would be plumbed for future expansion, but would not include additional pumps. Project #V3154 Priority Essential (2) Justification Hawkeye lift station is 50 years old with an aging building, a generator that can no longer be serviced, a deep drywell requiring an elevator and an existing pump that is 20 years old and a replacement pump only 2 years old. Major portions of the station have outlived their useful life and need replacement. 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 Hawkeye Lift Station Rehabilitation Category Wastewater Treatment Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$1,025,000 Contact Tim Wilkey Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 25,00025,000PLANNING/DESIGN 1,000,0001,000,000CONSTRUCTION 25,000 1,000,000 1,025,000Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 1,025,0001,025,000WASTEWATER FUND 1,025,000 1,025,000Total 578 Description This project would extend the 30-inch sanitary sewer pipe along Abbey Lane from Burry Drive to the west side of US Highway 218. Project #V3155 Priority Essential (2) Justification This project will allow development within the watershed west of US Highway 218 and south of Rohret Road. Budget Impact/Other This will bring additional revenue along with additional maintenance costs. The estimated maintenance costs are less than $10,000 per year. The estimated amount of additional revenue is unknown. This serves as a declaration of official intent under Treasury Regulation 1.150-2 that it is reasonably expected that capital expenditures will be made in respect of the above-described project, such expenditures to be advanced from the Wastewater fund, and the City reasonably expects to reimburse all or a portion of the expenditures with the proceeds of bonds, notes or other indebtedness to be issued or incurred by the City in the future. Useful Life 50 years Project Name Rohret South Sewer Category Wastewater Treatment Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$2,425,000 Contact Joe Welter Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 250,000250,000PLANNING/DESIGN 325,000325,000LAND/ROW ACQUISITION 1,650,0001,650,000CONSTRUCTION 100,000100,000INSPECTION 100,000100,000ADMINISTRATION 250,000 2,175,000 2,425,000Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 2,425,0002,425,000REVENUE BONDS 2,425,000 2,425,000Total 579 Description Install new high efficiency mixers in aeration basin trains 1-4, Cell 9 to improve mixing and reduce energy usage. Includes four new high efficiency mixers, electrical improvements and installation. Project #V3157 Priority Essential (2) Justification 2010 project made significant improvements to the aeration basin. Cell 9 was not fitted with a mixer but relied on mixing by compressed air. Mixing by compressed air is not as efficient as using a mechanical mixer. The mixers are high efficiency and a lower horsepower than the current mixers installed in Cells 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, and 10. This will reduce wear and tear on the aeration blowers and reduce our electrical usage and carbon footprint. Budget Impact/Other This will reduce wear and tear on the aeration blowers, reduce our electrical usage/cost, and reduce out carbon footprint. The estimated annual savings is less than $10,000 per year. Useful Life 20 years Project Name Wastewater Plant Mixer Improvements Category Wastewater Treatment Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$238,000 Contact Tim Wilkey Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 15,00015,000PLANNING/DESIGN 200,000200,000CONSTRUCTION 2,0002,000INSPECTION 1,0001,000ADMINISTRATION 20,00020,000CONTINGENCY 238,000 238,000Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 238,000238,000WASTEWATER FUND 238,000 238,000Total 580 Description Extend or add new belt conveyor form the end of the existing conveyor to the loading area over the truck bay. Project includes a truck hopper loader so staff can keep the presses in operation while bumping the truck. Project #V3158 Priority Essential (2) Justification The conveyor currently collects the biosolid from the belt filter press and take to to a shaftless screw auger that lift the biosolids up to discharge over the truck bay. It has been found that when we operate all three presses, the screw auger cannot keep up with the volume of biosolids delivered by the conveyor. By including the truck hopper loader, staff can keep the presses in operation while bumping the truck which make the belt filter presses operation more efficient. Budget Impact/Other Current auger conveyor will not keep up with solids generated from more than two belt filter presses which limits out ability to dewater biosolids, and repairs takes at least one business day to make, which also limits our ability to dewater biosolids. The estimated impact on the operating budget is negligible. Useful Life 25 years Project Name Biosolids Conveyor Improvements Category Wastewater Treatment Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$170,000 Contact Tim Wilkey Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 7,0007,000PLANNING/DESIGN 146,000146,000CONSTRUCTION 2,0002,000INSPECTION 2,0002,000ADMINISTRATION 13,00013,000CONTINGENCY 170,000 170,000Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 170,000170,000WASTEWATER FUND 170,000 170,000Total 581 Description Reroute the Benton Street trunk sewer through green space and a parking lot to allow access for maintenance. Upsize the sewer main to Emerald Street to increase capacity. Project #V3162 Priority Critical (1) Justification Previous rerouting of the trunk and upstream sanitary sewer left a undersized pipe creating a bottle neck and limited maintenance access to the sanitary sewer on private property. The bottle neck has caused potential project to be routed to the west or not pursued. Making improvements will allow better access and not be a bottleneck, which limits future growth north of Melrose Avenue. Budget Impact/Other This project will have a minimal impact on the operating budget. Useful Life 50 years Project Name Benton Street Trunk Sewer Improvements Category Wastewater Treatment Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$580,000 Contact Tim Wilkey Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 63,00063,000PLANNING/DESIGN 55,00055,000LAND/ROW ACQUISITION 350,000350,000CONSTRUCTION 21,00021,000INSPECTION 21,00021,000ADMINISTRATION 70,00070,000CONTINGENCY 580,000 580,000Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 580,000580,000WASTEWATER FUND 580,000 580,000Total 582 Description Install cable tray and hanger system along the aeration basin walkways to move the existing wiring/conduits from the hand rails and provide for future expansion Project #V3163 Priority Efficiency Improvement (3) Justification Existing power and instrument wiring/conduits are currently placed on the hand rails. The hand rails were not designed to carry the extra weight of the current and future wiring/conduits that will be required to supply/support the operation of the aeration basins. The cable tray and hanger system will move existing conduits and wiring from the handrails and allow for future expansion of power and control wiring. Budget Impact/Other These projects should lower operating expenditures through the replacement of aging infrastructure. The estimated annual savings is less than $10,000 per year. Useful Life 40 Years Project Name Aeration Basin Electric & Instrument Improvements Category Wastewater Treatment Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$300,000 Contact Tim Wilkey Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 10,00010,000PLANNING/DESIGN 259,000259,000CONSTRUCTION 2,0002,000INSPECTION 2,0002,000ADMINISTRATION 27,00027,000CONTINGENCY 300,000 300,000Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 300,000300,000WASTEWATER FUND 300,000 300,000Total 583 Description The project would include the replacement of return activated sludge pumps. This includes all pumps and any piping/structural modifications required to fit the pumps. Project #V3164 Priority Essential (2) Justification These pumps have been in service since 2002 and are nearing the end of their useful working life. The maintenance repair frequency for these pumps has been increasing in the past year. Failure to replace these pumps in a timely manner could cause diminished operation and treatment of the wastewater resulting in violations of our NPDES discharge permit. Budget Impact/Other New pumps would increase pump efficiency, but lower energy consumption and maintenance costs. The estimated reduction in operating expenditures is less than $10,000 per year. Useful Life 20 years Project Name Return Activated Sludge Pump Replacement Category Wastewater Treatment Type Multi-Phase Total Project Cost:$870,000 Contact Tim Wilkey Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 5,0005,000PLANNING/DESIGN 448,000448,000CONSTRUCTION 1,0001,000INSPECTION 1,0001,000ADMINISTRATION 45,00045,000CONTINGENCY 500,000 500,000Total Future 370,000 Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 500,000500,000WASTEWATER FUND 500,000 500,000Total Future 370,000 Total 584 Description Replacement of the influent pump station pumps 1301A, 1302A, and 1303A and any piping/electrical modifications that will be required. Project #V3165 Priority Essential (2) Justification There are 6 influent pumps currently installed. The three discussed above were installed in 2002 and are nearing the end of their design life. These pumps have had significant repairs over the past 5 years but those repairs have not extended their design life. These pumps are close coupled centrifugal style pumps and will be replaced with dry pit submersible pumps to match the existing style of the three remaining pumps. There will be piping modifications, upgrading of controls and includes installation. The current pumps are rated at 10 milllion gallons per day (MGD), the newer pumps will be 12 MGD. Budget Impact/Other The existing pumps have increasing maintenance cost and operation costs when they are OOS. New pumps will improve pump efficiency, lower power cost and reduced maintenance cost. The estimated reduction in operating expenditures is less than $10,000 per year. Useful Life 20 years Project Name Replacement of Influent Pump Station Pumps Category Wastewater Treatment Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$500,000 Contact Tim Wilkey Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 10,00010,000PLANNING/DESIGN 441,000441,000CONSTRUCTION 2,0002,000INSPECTION 2,0002,000ADMINISTRATION 45,00045,000CONTINGENCY 500,000 500,000Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 500,000500,000WASTEWATER FUND 500,000 500,000Total 585 Description Locate with survey grade accuracy all manholes, sewer mains, and all above ground accessible sewer distribution appertenances and deliver in a geographic information system geometric network with associated metadata for asset management functions. Project #V3166 Priority Essential (2) Justification Asset management requires an accurate asset inventory to reliably know the number, location, and information regarding above and below ground assets. Budget Impact/Other This project will have a negligible impact on the operating budget. Useful Life 10 years Project Name Sewer Distribution Asset Inventory Category Wastewater Treatment Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$250,000 Contact Tim Wilkey Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 20,00020,000PLANNING/DESIGN 230,000230,000CONSTRUCTION 250,000 250,000Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 250,000250,000WASTEWATER FUND 250,000 250,000Total 586 Description Replace the Grit Classifiers located in the Grit Building including any required piping modifications. Include installing an automatic liming system to meet IDNR grit disposal requirements. Project #V3167 Priority Essential (2) Justification The grit classifiers were installed in 2002, one requiring a major frame repair in 2015. Multiple rotating parts have been replaced over the past 5 years and the equipment has reached it useful design life. IDNR rules require raising the pH to 12 for 2 hours. Current liming manually spread lime over dewatered grit. This can expose the staff to lime dust thats shown to be a source of silica dust. An automatic liming system reduces that staff exposure. Grit removal is critical in the operation of the WWTP in meeting its NPDES permit requirement and reduceing wear and tear on down steam pumping. The grit classifiers are near the end of their useful design life. Budget Impact/Other These projects should lower operating expenditures through the replacement of aging infrastructure. The estimated annual savings is less than $10,000 per year. Useful Life 20 years Project Name Replace Grit Classifiers Category Wastewater Treatment Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$200,000 Contact Tim Wilkey Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 5,0005,000PLANNING/DESIGN 175,000175,000CONSTRUCTION 1,0001,000INSPECTION 19,00019,000CONTINGENCY 200,000 200,000Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 200,000200,000WASTEWATER FUND 200,000 200,000Total 587 Description Replace Heat Exchanger (HEX) 8501 (Spiral) with Stainless Steel version of same design. City staff will install. Project #V3168 Priority Essential (2) Justification HEX 8501 is approximately 20 years old and is near the end if it's useful design life. This HEX is carbon steel and does have internal corrosion which encourages Struvite formation. This leads to more blockages and requires more frequent cleaning to remove the struvite. The replacement HX is a stainless steel version and will give 20+ years of service without the corrosion issues. HEX 8501/8502 pre-heats the incoming sludges as they enter the thermophilic digesters, and are critical to initiating the digestion process. The two HEX that perform this function are considered "duty" and "standby". If these HEX are not operational, we would run the risk of not meeting our requirements per the EPA 503 rules for sludge digestion and disposal. Budget Impact/Other These projects should lower operating expenditures through the replacement of aging infrastructure. The estimated annual savings is less than $10,000 per year. Useful Life 20 years Project Name Replace Heat Exchanger Category Wastewater Treatment Type Multi-Phase Total Project Cost:$1,050,000 Contact Tim Wilkey Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 1,050,000150,000 900,000CONSTRUCTION 150,000 900,000 1,050,000Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 1,050,000150,000 900,000WASTEWATER FUND 150,000 900,000 1,050,000Total 588 Description Rehabilitate selected equipment at the Napoleon Lift Station including the bar screen crawler assemblies with drive unit, the air handling system and rebuilding of the NPPS Pumps #1 and #6 pumping assembly’s and replacing associated electrical or mechanical appurtenances as necessary. Project #V3169 Priority Critical (1) Justification Napoleon lift station was constructed in 2000 and is the primary lift station for approximately 2/3 of the wastewater flow to the WWTP. The Bar screen crawler, pumps #1 and #6 and air handling system have operated consistently since its coming into operations and show wear and tear consistent with 20 years of operations and are nearing the end of their useful design life. Improvements in crawler and pump design will offer operation and efficiency improvements. Napoleon Lift Station is the City's primary lift station conveying 2/3 of the daily total flow to the WWTP. If any of this equipment were to fail it would limit the operation of the lift station until repairs could be made. Budget Impact/Other These projects should lower operating expenditures through the replacement of aging infrastructure. The estimated annual savings is less than $10,000 per year. Useful Life 20 years Project Name Napoleon Lift Station Improvements Category Wastewater Treatment Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$800,000 Contact Tim Wilkey Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 10,00010,000PLANNING/DESIGN 726,000726,000CONSTRUCTION 2,0002,000INSPECTION 2,0002,000ADMINISTRATION 60,00060,000CONTINGENCY 800,000 800,000Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 800,000800,000WASTEWATER FUND 800,000 800,000Total 589 Description Replace roofs on buildings at wastewater treatment plant. Project #V3170 Priority Critical (1) Justification City staff has identified various plant building roofs as being deficient. The bulk of these buildings are part of the original WWTP project from 1988 with the others from the 2000 project. They have outlived any warranty’s given at the time of construction and are in need of replacement. These roof's cover multiple buildings with critical infrastructure in them. Should any building suffer water damage that impedes the division staff from performing their job function or causes equipment failure, that could cause the WWTP to not meet its NPDES permit required discharge limits and put the City in environmental liability. Budget Impact/Other These projects should lower operating expenditures through the replacement of aging infrastructure. The estimated annual savings is less than $10,000 per year. Useful Life 25 years Project Name WWTP Roof Replacements Category Wastewater Treatment Type Multi-Phase Total Project Cost:$1,200,000 Contact Tim Wilkey Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 80,00020,000 20,000 20,000 20,000PLANNING/DESIGN 1,000,000250,000 250,000 250,000 250,000CONSTRUCTION 20,0005,000 5,000 5,000 5,000INSPECTION 20,0005,000 5,000 5,000 5,000ADMINISTRATION 80,00020,000 20,000 20,000 20,000CONTINGENCY 300,000 300,000 300,000 300,000 1,200,000Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 1,200,000300,000 300,000 300,000 300,000WASTEWATER FUND 300,000 300,000 300,000 300,000 1,200,000Total 590 Description Replace sludge recirculation pumps 8811A, 8812A and 8813A, including any piping modifications and electrical upgrades. Project #V3171 Priority Essential (2) Justification The pumps referenced above have been in place since 1988 and are beyond their useful design life. Repairs to these pumps have been increasing the past 5 years. Planned replacement is more cost effective than an emergency replacement. Recirculation of digesters 8601, 8701 and 8801 is critical to their operation. If recirculation were lost due to catastrophic failure, it would impede the operation of the digester complex. Budget Impact/Other These projects should lower operating expenditures through the replacement of aging infrastructure. The estimated annual savings is less than $10,000 per year. Useful Life 20 years Project Name Replace Sludge Recirculation Pumps Category Wastewater Treatment Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$250,000 Contact Tim Wilkey Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 2,0002,000PLANNING/DESIGN 221,000221,000CONSTRUCTION 1,0001,000INSPECTION 1,0001,000ADMINISTRATION 25,00025,000CONTINGENCY 250,000 250,000Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 250,000250,000WASTEWATER FUND 250,000 250,000Total 591 Description Replace and rehabilitate the pumps, power and electrical controls, and mechanical appurtenances. The project includes replacing the pump with an upsized capacity, change out the controls for PLC/ VFD's , replace all mechanical equipment and install a standby genset. The 2018 pump will be repurposed. Project #V3172 Priority Essential (2) Justification The Highlander lift station has been in place since 1984 with a one original pump and one replacement pump(2018), mostly original controls and mechanical appurtenances. The area serviced by the lift station has grown considerably and is projected to continue to grow with the installed pumps nearing their max pumping capacity. With the past and potential growth in the area, capacity and reliability is becoming an issue. Rebuilding and increasing the pumping capacity will add longevity to the station to meet future needs. Budget Impact/Other This project will increase the operating budget due to expanding system capacity. The estimated annual increase in expenditures is less than $5,000 per year. Useful Life 20 years Project Name Highlander Lift Station Improvements Category Wastewater Treatment Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$150,000 Contact Tim Wilkey Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 7,0007,000PLANNING/DESIGN 121,000121,000CONSTRUCTION 1,0001,000INSPECTION 1,0001,000ADMINISTRATION 20,00020,000CONTINGENCY 150,000 150,000Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 150,000150,000WASTEWATER FUND 150,000 150,000Total 592 Description Moving the replacement schedule to 12 years from 15. These are additional funds supplementing the City Equipment Replacement funds required to complete the purchase. Project #V3173 Priority Critical (1) Justification The jet truck was purchased in 2011 and was scheduled for a 15 years replacement. The jet-vac has been having frequent mechanical and electrical issues for the past 2 years which has caused our cleaning activities to cease while repairs are made. We do not anticipate that this maintenance history will change and will likely increase. We want to move up the replacement to 2023, this will make for a 12 year replacement. Monthly replacement fees would be increased to reflect a 12 year replacement in the future.The jet truck is vital in the WWD's collection system maintenance cleaning program. Cleaning the sewer helps to reduce backups, Sanitary Sewer Overflows (SSO's) and limits the City's liability. By moving up the replacement date, we can stay on schedule with cleaning program and avoid increased liability. Budget Impact/Other These projects should lower operating expenditures through the earlier replacement of equipment, but it will increase operating expenditures through increased replacement charges. The estimated net increase in annual operating expenditures is $25,000 per year. Useful Life 12 years Project Name Jet Truck Replacement Category Wastewater Treatment Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$175,000 Contact Tim Wilkey Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 175,000175,000EQUIPMENT 175,000 175,000Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 175,000175,000WASTEWATER FUND 175,000 175,000Total 593 Description Replace Lamson 300 HP Centrifigul Blower with a High Speed Turbo Blower. Project #V3174 Priority Efficiency Improvement (3) Justification The existing Lamson Blowers were placed in service in 2002 as part of the first iteration of the activated sludge process units. The blower is a "starts across the line", meaning that it is either on or off and cannot be regulated with Variable frequency drives. Because of this and its HP capacity, it has high starting amps that affect our electrical peak loading billing with REC. The New High Speed turbo blower uses a VFD which eliminates the inrush of power, allowing us to regulate our peak loading. Budget Impact/Other By replacing the Lamson blower with a high speed turbo blower, we anticipate a 10% reduction in power cost for the foreseeable future. The estimated annual savings is less than $10,000 per year. Useful Life 20 years Project Name Aeration Equipment Improvements Category Wastewater Treatment Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$1,000,000 Contact Tim Wilkey Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 10,00010,000PLANNING/DESIGN 891,000891,000CONSTRUCTION 5,0005,000INSPECTION 5,0005,000ADMINISTRATION 89,00089,000CONTINGENCY 1,000,000 1,000,000Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 1,000,0001,000,000WASTEWATER FUND 1,000,000 1,000,000Total 594 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 8" PVC pipe (new minimum standard pipe size). The project also includes the addition of sidewalk on one side of Dill Street from Rocky Shore to the existing sidewalk west of Teeters Court. Project #W3222 Priority Critical (1) Justification This 6-inch 1939 cast iron water main has had a number of main breaks and is difficult for City staff to excavate due to the grade off of Rocky Shore Dr. Large blowouts along this section of water main have caused significant disruption to the water distribution system as a whole, as this line feeds into both the east and west side of the distibution system. The water main breaks on this pipe have also caused signifcant damage to other infrastructure in the area. 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:$800,000 Contact Kevin Slutts Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 670,000670,000CONSTRUCTION 25,00025,000INSPECTION 5,0005,000ADMINISTRATION 25,00025,000CONTINGENCY 725,000 725,000Total Prior 75,000 Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 725,000725,000WATER FUND 725,000 725,000Total Prior 75,000 Total 595 Description This is a water main replacement project on Bradford Dr, Louise St, and Wayne Ave. Approximately 1950 feet of 6-inch cast-iron pipe (vintage 1956) will be replaced with 2,500 feet of 8-inch PVC. The scope of the project will replace or install water main on Bradford Dr from Arthur St to 1st Ave, on Louise St from Bradford Dr to Wayne Ave, and on Wayne Ave from Wade St to Arthur St. Project #W3300 Priority Efficiency Improvement (3) Justification The existing water main has been subject to 18 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:$650,000 Contact Kevin Slutts Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 50,00050,000PLANNING/DESIGN 600,000600,000CONSTRUCTION 50,000 600,000 650,000Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 650,00050,000 600,000WATER FUND 50,000 600,000 650,000Total 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 Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 150,000150,000CONSTRUCTION 150,000 150,000Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 150,000150,000WATER FUND 150,000 150,000Total 596 Description Replace approximately 1,600 feet of 12-inch water main (1990 vintage) along Highway 1 from the Hawk Ridge apartments to the north side of Highway 1 across from the WalMart entrance. No service lines are in this area. 12-inch PVC with trenchless installation will be specified to eliminate future corrosion issues due to corrosive soil. A LUST area at 809 Hwy 1 will require ductile iron pipe with nitrile gaskets to be use for the replacement. Due to the corrosive soils, V-Bio polywrap will also be specified and consideration for a cathodic protection system. Project #W3313 Priority Essential (2) Justification This water main is situated within corrosive soils and has experienced multiple main breaks. Due to 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 (Hawk Ridge to WalMart) Water Main Repl Category Water Operations Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$564,000 Contact Kevin Slutts Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 64,00064,000PLANNING/DESIGN 500,000500,000CONSTRUCTION 64,000 500,000 564,000Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 564,00064,000 500,000WATER FUND 64,000 500,000 564,000Total 597 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 21 years when this project reaches construction. This is a typical life span for VFD's. The VFD's have begun to show signs of deterioration with the loss of communications due to worn electronics components and the new SCADA system was modified to accommodate the out-moded communications protocols utilized by these drives. We anticipate continued and more frequent repair activities as these drives reach the end of their useful life. Budget Impact/Other Potential cost savings derived from decreased power usage, less wear on the pumps, and less repair or reactive maintenance. Useful Life 20 years Project Name High Service Pump VFD Replacement Category Water Operations Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$650,000 Contact Kevin Slutts Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 50,00050,000PLANNING/DESIGN 600,000600,000CONSTRUCTION 50,000 600,000 650,000Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 650,00050,000 600,000WATER FUND 50,000 600,000 650,000Total Description Extend MidAmerican electrical service down Foster Rd to the Peninsula Well Field switchgear set situated to the north of the dog park. Upgrade the switchgear set to allow transfer of source power. Project #W3315 Priority Efficiency Improvement (3) Justification Currently the Peninsula Well Field is provided electrical service from Rocky Shore Dr via an aerial electrical feed owned by the City. During flood events or other inclement weather this service is threatened and is single point failure that would cause the treatment plant to loose access to high quality source water until power is restored. Running a second electrical service underground down Foster Rd will mitigate the risk associated with this aerial river crossing. Budget Impact/Other The impact to the operating budget is negligible. Useful Life 70 years Project Name Peninsula Well Field Power Redundancy Category Water Operations Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$250,000 Contact Kevin Slutts Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 175,000175,000CONSTRUCTION 175,000 175,000Total Prior 75,000 Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 175,000175,000WATER FUND 175,000 175,000Total Prior 75,000 Total 598 Description Design and install new chlorine feed equipment with associated computer system integration and repairs to the CSI Scrubber system. Project #W3316 Priority Essential (2) Justification The existing automatic chlorine feeders are reaching their designed end-of-life and are no longer supported by the manufacturer. Updating the system components with current models will allow for more precise control of the chlorine feed system and reduce maintenance time. Budget Impact/Other Reduced maintenance time and spare parts load - return-on-investment in approximately 8 years. The chlorine system is a high hazard system that includes a number of process controls to keep City staff and the surrounding area safe from a release of chemical. Useful Life 20 years Project Name Chlorine Feeder System Upgrade Category Water Operations Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$115,000 Contact Kevin Slutts Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 15,00015,000PLANNING/DESIGN 100,000100,000CONSTRUCTION 115,000 115,000Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 115,000115,000WATER FUND 115,000 115,000Total Description Upgrade the audio and visual equipment in the Water Front Meeting Room with new flat panel screens, associated computer controls, and audio for the use by City Staff to conduct training events and meetings. Upgrade room lighting with LED lights. Project #W3317 Priority Efficiency Improvement (3) Justification The Water Front Meeting Room has two broken overhead screens, no mounted projector, and an antiquated audio system. The room was originally designed to be able to host two separate meetings, but has since been adapted to use a large front projector screen that impedes the use of the divider wall and a projector set upon a collapsable table in the middle of the aisle. This setup has proved to be adequate and cumbersome. The goal is to update the room to include better room usage and data display functionality. Budget Impact/Other The operational budget will be impacted by increased internal service chargebacks for the ITS equipment program. Estimated annual impact is less than $5,000 per year. Useful Life 20 years Project Name Water Front Meeting Room A/V Upgrades Category Water Operations Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$45,000 Contact Kevin Slutts Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 5,0005,000PLANNING/DESIGN 40,00040,000EQUIPMENT 45,000 45,000Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 45,00045,000WATER FUND 45,000 45,000Total 599 Description Replace the metal housings enclosing the ground storage reservoir (GSR) back up power generators at the Rochester, Sycamore, and Emerald GSR's. Project #W3318 Priority Essential (2) Justification The ground storage reserviors (GSR's) are provided with backup power generation by diesel generators. These generators are external to the building and enclosed within metal housings. These housings have deteriorated and are beginning to allow the weather to damage internal components. Budget Impact/Other Reduced operational costs associated with annual generator preventative maintenance contract costs. Estimated annual savings is less than $10,000 per year. Useful Life 20 years Project Name GSR Generator Enclosure Replacement Category Water Operations Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$40,000 Contact Kevin Slutts Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 40,00040,000CONSTRUCTION 40,000 40,000Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 40,00040,000WATER FUND 40,000 40,000Total Description Replace the lighting in the water plant chemical rooms and perimeter lights with high efficiency, long life, LED lights and mount the new fixtures in locations more conducive to providing work area illumination and access for preventative maintenance or grounds maintenance activities. Project #W3319 Priority Efficiency Improvement (3) Justification The lighting in the chemical rooms at the water plant has issues with illumination and placement. Some lighting was installed in a manner that blocks the fixture from providing the needed light for employees to adequately see the work they are performing. The chemical room lighting bulbs are difficult to replace and require staff to take a number of safety measures up to and including renting scaffolding to replace. Other lights are installed in areas that cannot be reached without renting special equipment or are adversely impacted by the chemicals in the room. The 22 outdoor perimeter lights are short lived (~2 months) and cost about $10 per replacement. Budget Impact/Other The annual bulb replacement cost for the chemical rooms is approximately $1,200. The outdoor lights are short-lived (~2 months) for the cost of the replacement bulbs (~$10/bulb). Total annual bulb replacement expenditure is approximately $1,100. Therefore the operating budget will see an annual savings of $2,300 as well as savings in personnel safety and time. Useful Life 30 Years Project Name Chemical Room & Outdoor Lighting Upgrade 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 Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 10,00010,000PLANNING/DESIGN 90,00090,000CONSTRUCTION 100,000 100,000Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 100,000100,000WATER FUND 100,000 100,000Total 600 Description Replace approximately 2,000 feet of 1964 16-inch ductile iron water main along the north side of Highway 6 from Fairmeadows Blvd. to Industrial Park Rd. with 16-inch PVC water main. Project #W3320 Priority Critical (1) Justification This water main has had five (5) water main breaks since the year 2000, four (4) of which have happened in 2018/2019. The type of break have been majority corrosion related and it is expected to continue to have main breaks on this main until it is replaced due to corrosive soils. Due to the size and relative location of the water main in the distribution system the breaks on this line are very disruptive - large pressure swings that cause other water quality and integrity issues as well as loss of service to critical customers. Budget Impact/Other Main breaks on average cost approximately $10,000 each to repair. The main breaks on this stretch of Hwy 6 are significant enough to cause cascading effects such as more main breaks or the need to flush the distribution system which increases costs. Therefore the replacement of this main will have a direct impact on the operational budget lessening main break repairs and indirectly by increasing system integrity overall. Savings is anticipated to average $10,000 to $20,000 per year. Useful Life 70 years Project Name Hwy 6 (Fairmeadows to Ind Park Rd) Water Main Repl Category Water Operations Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$661,500 Contact Kevin Slutts Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT Lower Muscatine/Ind Park Rd PLAN None Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 67,50067,500PLANNING/DESIGN 540,000540,000CONSTRUCTION 54,00054,000INSPECTION 67,500 594,000 661,500Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 661,50067,500 594,000WATER FUND 67,500 594,000 661,500Total 601 Description An engineering study of dissolved nutrient removal from source water (nitrates, polyfluoroalkyl compounds, mycrositins, etc...), the long-term financial and environmental sustainability of lime softening, and filter system valving and build-out based on the study results. Project #W3321 Priority Essential (2) Justification Regulations on dissolved ions in source and finished water are changing with federal administrations and increasing evidence of chemcial toxicity which will result in a need to have treatment technologies capable of ionic removal. Further quicklime and lime solids management costs have continued to increase yearly and a cost/benefite analysis of lime softening is warranted while investigating treatment technologies. The filters may need modification to accommodate new technologies. This is a study and will inform future CIP, including five projects on the unfunded list - Nutrient Removal, WTP Filter #6 Buildout, Water Plant Softener Improvements, Soda Ash Replacement, and Lime Lagoon Outlet Structure Modifications. Budget Impact/Other The impact on the operating budget will be negligible. Useful Life 10 years Project Name Treatment Technology Study Category Water Operations Type Multi-Phase Total Project Cost:$150,000 Contact Kevin Slutts Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 150,000150,000PLANNING/DESIGN 150,000 150,000Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 150,000150,000WATER FUND 150,000 150,000Total Description Clean and cap portions on the existing laterals of Collector Well #2 and install new 12-inch laterals to increase the production capacity of this raw water well. Project #W3322 Priority Critical (1) Justification Collector Well #2 has degraded specific capacity (amount of water yield per foot of well height) and will continue to decline as the pore spaces in the surrounding geologic formations plug with fines. Therefore to maintain the usefulness of this high quality water source and to increase its yield capacity lateral cleaning and lateral installation are necessary. Budget Impact/Other Useful Life 70 years Project Name Collector Well #2 Cleaning and Upgrade Category Water Operations Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$1,000,000 Contact Kevin Slutts Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 100,000100,000PLANNING/DESIGN 900,000900,000CONSTRUCTION 100,000 900,000 1,000,000Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 1,000,000100,000 900,000WATER FUND 100,000 900,000 1,000,000Total 602 Description Locate with survey grade accuracy all hydrants, valves, tanks, and other above ground accessible water distribution appertenances and deliver in a geographic information system geometric network with associated metadata for asset management functions. Project #W3323 Priority Essential (2) Justification Asset management requires an accurate asset inventory to reliably know the number, location, and information regarding above and below ground assets. The budget provided is based on an $18 per structure cost with about 10,000 structures (hydrants, valves, etc.). Budget Impact/Other This project will have a negligible impact on the operating budget. Useful Life 10 years Project Name Water Distribution Asset Inventory Category Water Operations Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$250,000 Contact Kevin Slutts Department PUBLIC WORKS MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 20,00020,000PLANNING/DESIGN 230,000230,000CONSTRUCTION 250,000 250,000Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 250,000250,000WATER FUND 250,000 250,000Total Description This project involves the replacement of the electronics in our on-street parking meters. Project #T3020 Priority Critical (1) Justification The electonic equipment in our 1,200 smart parking meters are reaching the end of their useful life. The modems inside each meter will need upgraded before spring 2021 due to the discontinued support of 3G technology. This project will replace the internal meter compont while maintaining the current meter housing to reduce the overall project cost. If no action is taken, the on-street meters will no longer accept credit card payments or provide back-end reporting. Budget Impact/Other The operating impact of this change should be negligible. Operating costs should be reduced slightly due to the replacement of old equipment with new equipment. The savings should be less than $10,000 per year. Useful Life 10 years Project Name Replacement of Electronics in Smart Parking Meters Category Parking Operations Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$200,000 Contact Darian Nagle-Gamm Department TRANSPORTATION SERVIC MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 200,000200,000EQUIPMENT 200,000 200,000Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 200,000200,000PARKING FUND 200,000 200,000Total 603 Description This project involves the installation of additional high-definition cameras in parking facilities. Project #T3021 Priority Efficiency Improvement (3) Justification The cameras will aid in securing facilities, following up on incidents, and evaluating parking demand. Budget Impact/Other This project will increase the operating expenditures due to the maintenance of the new equipment. The estimated impact on the operating budget is less than $10,000 per year. Useful Life 10 years Project Name Video Cameras for Parking Facilities Category Parking Operations Type Multi-Phase Total Project Cost:$200,000 Contact Darian Nagle-Gamm Department TRANSPORTATION SERVIC MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 100,000100,000EQUIPMENT 100,000 100,000Total Prior 100,000 Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 100,000100,000PARKING FUND 100,000 100,000Total Prior 100,000 Total Description Purchase of a new vehicle with license plate reader techonolgy to aid in parking enforcement in 2019, and the purchase of a replacement license plate reader for existing vehicle that is scheduled for replacement in 2020. Project #T3022 Priority Efficiency Improvement (3) Justification The new vehicle and license plate recognition equipment would be dedicated to the enforcement of the Chauncey Swan and Harrison Street parking facilties and would also be used for enforcing loading zones, street storage, and identification of vehicles on the tow-list. Budget Impact/Other The additional vehicle will increase fuel, insurance, maintenance, and replacement charges. By adding another enforcement vehicle, parking fine revenue should increase as well. The estimate increase in expenditures is $15,000 to $20,000 per year and the estimated increase in revenue is $25,000. Useful Life 10 years Project Name Parking Enforcement Vehicles Category Parking Operations Type Multi-Phase Total Project Cost:$180,000 Contact Darian Nagle-Gamm Department TRANSPORTATION SERVIC MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 90,00090,000EQUIPMENT 90,000 90,000Total Prior 90,000 Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 90,00090,000PARKING FUND 90,000 90,000Total Prior 90,000 Total 604 Description Replacement automated parking equipment in parking ramps. Project #T3023 Priority Essential (2) Justification Original equipment installed beginning in 2009. Performance is degrading as equipment is reaching the end of its useful life requiring an increasing amount of staff time to address issues. This project will require multiple phases to implement the full conversion. Budget Impact/Other Installing new automated parking equipment at all gated facilities will have a positive effect on the operating budget, reducing the amount of staff time required to attend to malfunctioning equipment. Useful Life 10 years Project Name Parking Ramp Automated Parking Equipment Category Parking Operations Type Multi-Phase Total Project Cost:$800,000 Contact Darian Nagle-Gamm Department TRANSPORTATION SERVIC MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 800,000400,000 400,000EQUIPMENT 400,000 400,000 800,000Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 800,000400,000 400,000PARKING FUND 400,000 400,000 800,000Total Description Project to replace all LED fixtures in the Court Street Transportation Center, Capitol Street ramp, Dubuque Street ramp, Tower Place ramp, Chauncey Swan Ramp, and fixtures in other facilities as they age out of production. Project #T3025 Priority Essential (2) Justification LED technologies have evolved since our early adoption in our parking facilities nearly a decade ago. Many of the early-style fixtures need to be replaced. This project will replace the fixtures in the Court Street Transportation Center in 2021 (using funds approved for Capitol St in 2020), Capitol Street and Dubuque Street facilities in 2022, and Tower Place and Chauncey Swan facilities in 2023. The fixtures in the CSTC have failed at a faster pace than expected prompting the request to reallocate the 2020 funds. Budget Impact/Other It will cost approximately $10,000 in staff time to replace all fixtures in the Capitol Street facility. The impact on the operating budget is negligible. Useful Life 10 years Project Name Replacement of LED fixtures in Parking Facilities Category Parking Operations Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$575,000 Contact Darian Nagle-Gamm Department TRANSPORTATION SERVIC MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 475,000270,000 205,000CONSTRUCTION 270,000 205,000 475,000Total Prior 100,000 Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 475,000270,000 205,000PARKING FUND 270,000 205,000 475,000Total Prior 100,000 Total 605 Description This project will modify the existing drainage pipe network and divert storm water from the upper decks to the exterior of the structure rather than routing it through the lower level. Project #T3026 Priority Critical (1) Justification The lower level of Tower Place Parking Ramp repeatedly floods during high intensity rain events causing significant property damage. Budget Impact/Other There is no anticipated impact to the operating budget. Useful Life 50 years Project Name Tower Place Drainage Modifications Category Parking Operations Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$237,500 Contact Darian Nagle-Gamm Department TRANSPORTATION SERVIC MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 50,00050,000PLANNING/DESIGN 150,000150,000CONSTRUCTION 15,00015,000INSPECTION 7,5007,500ADMINISTRATION 15,00015,000CONTINGENCY 237,500 237,500Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 237,500237,500PARKING FUND 237,500 237,500Total 606 Description This project involves the construction of a new transit 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 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 The current tranist maintenance facility has outlived its useful life and is in need of replacement. The facility has structural issues from the surrounding area, and a new facility will improve the delivery of service. The new facility would be eventually be consolidated with Equipment Services into one facility to better utilize space and be more cost effective. Grants are being sought to assist in the construction. Budget Impact/Other The replacement of transit maintenance facility should be to a newer and more energy efficient facility, however, the new facility will be larger and contain more operational functionality. The additional size and capability of the facility will most likely offset the potential savings from a newer and more efficient facility. Additional savings/cost from this facility has not been determined. Useful Life 40 Years Project Name Transit Maintenance Facility Relocation Category Transit Operations Type One Phase Total Project Cost:$20,200,000 Contact Darian Nagle-Gamm Department TRANSPORTATION SERVIC MATCH %20% GRANTEE FTA TIF DISTRICT None PLAN Transportation Plan Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 200,000200,000PLANNING/DESIGN 20,000,00020,000,000CONSTRUCTION 200,000 20,000,000 20,200,000Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 100,000100,000EQUIPMENT FUND 16,000,00016,000,000FEDERAL GRANTS 4,100,000100,000 4,000,000TRANSIT FUND 200,000 20,000,000 20,200,000Total 607 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:$350,000 Contact Darian Nagle-Gamm Department TRANSPORTATION SERVIC MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 150,00050,000 50,000 50,000OTHER 50,000 50,000 50,000 150,000Total Prior 200,000 Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 150,00050,000 50,000 50,000TRANSIT FUND 50,000 50,000 50,000 150,000Total Prior 200,000 Total Description To improve pedestrian safety and traffic flow at the downtown interchange and improve amenties at transit stops throughout the community as recommended through the 2019-2020 Transit Study planning process. Project #T3067 Priority Essential (2) Justification Both the Climate Action Plan and the Strategic Plan calls for an evaluation of the transit system to improve the transit system to meet a greater number of residents needs, increase transit ridership, and improve amentities. Budget Impact/Other Additional amenities will require additional annual staff time for refuse pickup, cleaning shelters, repairing shelters, and snow removal. The estimated annual increase in operating expenditures is $10,000 to $15,000 per year. Useful Life 25 years Project Name Transit Interchange and Bus Stop Improvements Category Transit Operations Type Multi-Phase Total Project Cost:$200,000 Contact Dan Striegel Department TRANSPORTATION SERVIC MATCH %NONE GRANTEE NONE TIF DISTRICT None PLAN None Status Active Total20212022202320242025Expenditures 20,00020,000PLANNING/DESIGN 80,00080,000CONSTRUCTION 100,000 100,000Total Prior 100,000 Total Total20212022202320242025Funding Sources 100,000100,000TRANSIT FUND 100,000 100,000Total Prior 100,000 Total 608 Project Name Description Unfunded Amt 1 - Bridges 1 IOWA AVENUE CULVERT This project will include the removal and replacement of the existing reinforced concrete box culvert with a new three- sided arch culvert. The project will also include removal and replacement of slope protection adjacent to the bridge on Ralston Creek, removal and replacement of street pavement and sidewalk, and site restoration. $3,500,000 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 SIXTH AVENUE BRIDGE This project involves the removal and replacement of the existing twin box culvert with a larger bridge. $773,000 5 THIRD AVENUE BRIDGE This project will include the removal and replacement of the existing concrete bridge with a new single-span reinforced concrete box culvert. The project will also include removal and replacement of slope protection adjacent to the bridge on Ralston Creek South Branch, removal and replacement of street pavement, and storm sewer improvements. $650,000 2 - Streets 6 BENTON STREET - ORCHARD TO OAKNOLL This is a capacity related improvement identified by the Arterial Street Plan. $5,150,000 7 BROOKLAND PARK DRIVE REHABILITATION This project will include reconstruction of Brookland Park Drive and updates to utilities. $1,450,000 8 DODGE ST - BURLINGTON TO BOWERY Street reconstruction and storm sewer improvements. This is a joint project with the IDOT. $13,250,000 9 DUBUQUE RD PAVING - BRISTOL TO DODGE Reconstruct and upgrade to urban cross sections.$1,339,000 10 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 11 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 12 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 13 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 14 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 15 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 City of Iowa City Capital Improvement Program Unfunded Projects 609 Project Name Description Unfunded Amt City of Iowa City Capital Improvement Program Unfunded Projects 16 MCCOLLISTER - SYCAMORE ST TO SCOTT BLVD Extend proposed McCollister Boulevard from Sycamore Street to Scott Boulevard. $9,088,000 17 MUSCATINE AVENUE RECONSTRUCTION, IOWA TO FIRST AVE This project will reconstruct Muscatine Avenue from Iowa Avenue to 1st Avenue. $10,510,000 18 OAKDALE BLVD This project would construct an extension north across I-80 to a new intersection with Iowa Hwy 1. $15,000,000 19 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 20 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 21 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 22 ROHRET RD IMPROVEMENTS- LAKESHORE TO LIMITS Project will reconstruct Rohret Rd to urban standards.$1,813,000 23 SOUTH GILBERT STREET IMPROVEMENTS Reconstruction from Benton Street to Stevens Drive. This project does not include improvements to the Gilbert St. / Highway 6 intersection. $4,326,000 24 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 25 SYCAMORE-HWY 6 TO HIGHLAND This project involves additional lanes to improve capacity and storm sewer improvements. $750,000 26 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 27 TAFT AVENUE – HERBERT HOOVER HWY TO LOWER WEST BRANCH Reconstruct Taft Avenue from Herbert Hoover Hwy to Court Street. $3,300,000 28 TAFT AVENUE – AMERICAN LEGION ROAD TO 420TH STREET Reconstruct Taft Avenue from American Legion Road to Herbert Hoover Hwy. $8,200,000 29 LAURA DRIVE RECONSTRUCTION Reconstruction of entire length of Laura Drive to standard two lane width with curb, storm sewer and sidewalk. $2,000,000 30 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 also improves sidewalk pavement, addresses critical update to water main, replaces and relocates storm sewer between Washington & Iowa. $1,935,000 31 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. $1,500,000 610 Project Name Description Unfunded Amt City of Iowa City Capital Improvement Program Unfunded Projects 32 KIMBALL ROAD RECONSTRUCTION Reconstruct Kimball road from N. Gilbert Street to N. Governor Street. Project includes 22 foot wide PCC street and a 5 foot wide sidewalk on one side of the street, new 8" DIP water main, new storm sewer, and sanitary service improvements. $3,480,000 33 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 34 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 35 GILBERT STREET FUNCTIONAL DESIGN - HWY 6 TO KIRKWOOD Obtain consulting services to provide a functional design of Gilbert Street between Hwy 6 & Kirkwood Avenue. The functional design should take into account all previous design work completed for the corridor. $60,000 3 - Transportation Services 36 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 37 CAPITOL & DUBUQUE STREET PARKING RAMP FAÇADE IMPROVEMENTS To construct façade improvements on the Capitol Street and Dubuque Street parking ramps to improve their aesthetic appearance in these high profile, high traffic areas. $1,000,000 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 IOWA RIVER TRAIL, GATEWAY SEGMENT Construction of a trail extension adjacent to (east) of the Iowa River between Park Road and the University of Iowa pedestrian bridge. $500,000 40 WINDSOR RIDGE TRAIL EXTENSION The project includes the extension of a 10' wide trail along north Branch of Snyder Creek from Scott Boulevard to American Legion Road. $1,200,000 41 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 42 CRANDIC RAILROAD RAILS-TO- TRAILS PROJECT The project removes the existing Crandic tracks and repurposes the existing corridor for a 10' multi-use trail approximately between Oakdale Boulevard in Coralville to Gilbert Street in Iowa City (approximately 6.1 miles). Iowa City's portion of the project is approximately 1.75 miles. $1,575,000 43 MYRTLE AVE SIDEWALK INFILL The project will construct sidewalk along the north side of Myrtle Avenue between Greenwood Drive and Olive in order to fill in a gap in the City’s sidewalk network. $155,000 44 SOUTHGATE AVE IOWA RIVER TRAIL CONNECTOR This project will construct a trail connection along Southgate Avenue from Gilbert Street to the Iowa River Trail. $250,000 611 Project Name Description Unfunded Amt City of Iowa City Capital Improvement Program Unfunded Projects 45 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 46 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 47 NORTH BRANCH DAM TRUNK SEWER This project extends easterly along Ralston Creek from the North Branch Dam to Scott Boulevard. $3,860,000 48 NORTHEAST TRUNK SEWER Reconstruction of an under-sized sewer through the northeast neighborhoods. $5,221,000 49 SANITARY SEWER EXTENSION - SCOTT TO HICKORY TRAIL This project includes the design and construction of a sanitary sewer trunk extension between Scott Boulevard and Hickory Trail. $790,000 50 NEW COLD STORAGE BUILDING Construct 90' by 40' covered roof area with open side similar to the Sludge Storage area. Building to be the same dimension of the existing cold storage building. $340,000 51 GEO-THERMAL HVAC CONVERSION Project would include the conversion of the HVAC system to Geo-Thermal. Installation of Geo-thermal loops, new pump systems, new chiller, and improved controllers required to operate the system. $300,000 6 - Water 52 WEST SIDE GROUND STORAGE RESERVOIR Construction of a two million gallon ground or elevated storage reservoir with associated pumping station and generator west of US-218. Current land acquired for this reservoir is southeast of the Slothower Rd at Hebl Ave intersection. $4,000,000 53 NUTRIENT REMOVAL PROJECT This project will be for the reduction of dissolved nutrients (i.e. nitrates) in the source water. The project is preceded by a study. The study will review treatment technology options (i.e. reverse osmosis, biological treatment) and the long-term viability of continued lime softening. $700,000 54 COLLECTOR WELL #1 REHABILITATION Clean two of the existing laterals and cap one existing lateral of Collector Well #1. Install two new 12-inch laterals to increase the production capacity of this raw water well. $1,000,000 55 WATER TREATMENT PLANT FILTER #6 BUILDOUT Add underdrains, granular media, controls, and instrumentation to filter bay #6. This bay was left unfinished to allow for future expanded production. The project will also repair or replace a number of filter control valves. The project will be informed by the Treatment Study. $1,500,000 56 WELL FIELD ELECTRICAL CABLE REPLACEMENT Replace aging medium voltage (13,200V) cabling and install communication fiber to wells at the Water Plant and Peninsula sites. $1,000,000 57 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. $195,500 612 Project Name Description Unfunded Amt City of Iowa City Capital Improvement Program Unfunded Projects 58 DEFOREST AVE WATER MAIN REPLACEMENT 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. $350,000 59 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 60 SIXTH AVENUE WATER MAIN REPLACEMENT 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. $340,000 61 WATER PLANT SOFTENER IMPROVEMENTS Automate manual operating procedures, motorize concentrator adjustment and motorized valve adjustor for the small influent valve. This project will be informed by the Treatment Study $75,000 62 WELL HOUSE & GENERATOR BUILDING ROOF REPLACEMENT Replace the roofs on the 5 collector wells, 3 deep wells, and emergency generator building. $500,000 63 LIME LAGOON OUTLET STRUCTURE MODIFICATIONS Modify the lagoon outlet structure to an open channel design. This project will be informed by the Treatment Study. $500,000 64 MARKET STREET WATER MAIN - MADISON TO CLINTON Extend 20-inch water main from Madison to Clinton on Market St. Tie in 12-inch on Clinton St. to 16-inch at Bloomington St. This project will be preceded by the abandonment of the 20- inch main along the old Davenport St right-of-way between dormitories. $1,400,000 65 BLOOMINGTON GSR DECOMMISSIONING Decommission the Bloomington ground storage reservoir within the University of Iowa Campus Parking Ramp and return the space to the University of Iowa per the associated 28E agreement. The 28E agreement expires on December 31, 2038. (Resolution No. 88-176) 250,000$ 66 SODA ASH REPLACEMENT Remove the existing soda ash and ammonia chemical feed systems. Replace the existing powdered soda ash feed system with a liquid soda ash feed. The use of soda ash is to increase alkalinity of the source water for lime softening purposes. This is necessary if drawing from the river. This project will be informed by the Nutrient Study. 1,000,000$ 67 SAND PIT PUMPING STATION REHABILITATION Clean and inspect the laterals of the Sand Pit Pumping Station. Replace and repair the lateral isolation valves and operators. 250,000$ 68 EAST SIDE WATER TOWER Construct a two million gallon ground or elevated storage reservoir within the East Pressure Zone. 4,000,000$ 69 SYCAMORE GSR REPLACEMENT Replace the two million gallon ground storage reservoir located on Sycamore Street with a ground or elevated two million gallon storage tank along McCollister Blvd. 4,000,000$ 70 EMERALD AND ROCHESTER GSR IMPROVEMENTS Upgrade or expand the buildings at the Emerald and Rochester ground storage reservoirs. Add a third pump to both ground storage reservoirs. Replace the backup generators at both ground storage reservoirs. 1,500,000$ 71 MELROSE & WESTGATE 16- INCH WATER MAIN Install 16-inch water main parallel to the existing water main on Melrose Ave from Dublin Rd to Westgate St and on Westgate St from Melrose Ave to Benton St. This project would reduce velocity headloss from the Emerald ground storage reservoir to customers west of US-218, increasing service pressure. This project will be evaluated by hydraulic modeling after the West Side GSR project is completed. 4,000,000$ 613 Project Name Description Unfunded Amt City of Iowa City Capital Improvement Program Unfunded Projects 72 BULK WATER STATION AT PUBLIC WORKS FACILITY Construct a new bulk water filling station on the Public Works Campus to replace the station to be demolished at the existing Equipment / Transit site. 150,000$ 73 LIGHTING UPGRADES TO LED Upgrade aging water treatment facility lighting to LED's 250,000$ 74 CONSTRUCT NEW COLLECTOR WELL #3 Add an additional radial collector well for high quality source water production. The project will need to be a hydrogeologic study and cost/benefit analysis between adding collector laterals to existing collector wells or constructing a new collector well. 4,000,000$ 75 HVAC SYSTEM REPLACEMENT & REMOVE PROCESS AREA HEATERS Replace and upgrade aging HVAC equipment and controls at the water treatment facility. Remove gas overhead heaters and associated gas lines, electrical, and exhaust piping. The heaters are not used and in time pose a safety hazard. 1,000,000$ 76 SHOP AND CHEMICAL STORAGE ROOF REPLACEMENTS Replace the adhered membrane roof on the water treatment facility garage and chemical storage sections. 300,000$ 77 TEETERS CT WATER MAIN REPLACEMENT Replace approximately 410 linear feet of 6-inch 1950 cast iron water main on Teeters Ct. The water main has experienced three main breaks and services Lincoln Elementary. 125,000$ 78 HWY 6 (INDUSTRIAL PARK RD TO RIVERIA) Replace approximately 1,400 linear feet of 12-inch 1971 ductile iron water main on Highway 6. The water main has experienced two water main breaks. Due to the size of the water main, it's proximity to the Sycamore reservoir, and 16- inch water main on the north side of Highway 6, breaks tend to cause large system disruptions. 450,000$ 79 RESEAL WATER TREATMENT PLANT EXTERIOR Reseal the concrete exterior of the water treatment plant facility. 100,000$ 80 SOUTHLAWN DR WATER MAIN REPLACEMENT Replace approximately 1,100 linear feet of 6-inch 1962 cast iron water main on Southlawn Dr (800-900 blk). The water main has experienced 10 main breaks and services Lucas Elementary. 400,000$ 7 - Stormwater 65 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 66 RIVERFRONT CROSSINGS STORM SEWER Storm sewer improvements in the Central Crossings Sub- District . $1,375,000 67 IOWA AVENUE CULVERT REPAIRS This project will repair a box culvert that carries Ralston Creek under Iowa Avenue. $348,000 68 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 69 OLYMPIC COURT STORM WATER Storm sewer retrofit to relieve localized flooding from storm water runoff. $464,000 70 SUNSET STREET STORM SEWER The area just north and south of Kineton Green, east of Sunset, has experienced back yard flooding and drainage problems. $440,000 614 Project Name Description Unfunded Amt City of Iowa City Capital Improvement Program Unfunded Projects 71 RIVERSIDE DRIVE & 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 72 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 73 MERCER PARK POOL IMPROVEMENTS 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. $500,000 73 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 74 RIVERFRONT CROSSINGS PARK - PHASE 4 Phase 4 of the Riverfront Crossings Park master plan adds a new river access, an amphitheater, a kayak launch, and new river trails. $1,353,000 75 RIVERFRONT CROSSINGS PARK RESTROOM & BRIDGE Construction of second restroom/shelter by Nature Play and second bridge to 2nd Street; also includes removing an abandoned trunk sewer line. $910,000 76 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 77 IOWA RIVER TRAIL, BENTON TO HIGHWAY 6 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. $1,700,000 78 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 79 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 80 KICKER'S PARK PLAYGROUND REPLACEMENT Replace playground #1 at Kickers Athletic Complex as it is reaching the end of projected serviceable life. Project also adds ADA compliant paths. $185,000 81 N. MARKET SQUARE PLAYGROUND REPLACEMENT Replace playground at North Market Square Park. This includes replacing rubber mat surface with engineered wood fiber. Adjacent elementary school playground has poured in place surfacing. $350,000 82 RENO STREET PARK RENOVATIONS Replace playground at Reno Street Park. Add ADA compliant paths, park furnishings and fence to community garden. $240,000 83 CALDER PARK PLAYGROUND REPLACEMENT Replace the playground at Calder Park. Site constraints keep this as a smaller piece of equipment. $135,000 84 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. $300,000 85 LOWER CITY PARK MASTER PLAN IMPROVEMENTS Implement changes to make the park more resilient to flooding. Follows from the 2015 master plan. $23,268,522 615 Project Name Description Unfunded Amt City of Iowa City Capital Improvement Program Unfunded Projects 86 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 87 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 88 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 89 CEMETERY COLUMBARIUM Construction of a columbarium.$405,000 90 CITY HALL RELOCATION Relocate and expand / modernize City Hall and City Council Chambers. $12,000,000 91 POLICE EVIDENCE STORAGE FACILITY Construction of a permanent evidence storage facility.$929,000 92 CENTRAL POLICE STATION RELOCATION Relocate and expand / modernize Central Police Station.$19,000,000 93 FIRE STATION #1 RELOCATION Relocate and expand / modernize Central Fire Station #1.$11,593,000 94 FIRE STATION #5 Construction of Fire Station #5 in the South Planning District.$2,898,000 95 FIRE STATION #6 Construction of Fire Station #6 in the Southwest Planning District. $2,898,000 96 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 97 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 98 AIRPORT EQUIPMENT SHELTER Snow removal equipment was previously stored in United Hangar. Equipment Shelter would provide enclosed storage for equipment. $337,500 99 AIRPORT PERIMETER ROAD Construction perimeter road for maintenance and fueling vehicles to travel to south development area. $267,700 100 SOUTH AIRPORT SITE DEVELOPMENT South General Aviation area site development with access roadway and utilities. $2,125,100 101 HANGAR A DOOR REPLACEMENT Hangar A door replacement; hangar A has 10 doors to be replaced. $200,000 102 SUMMIT STREET HISTORIC PLAN Streetscape and intersection elements through Summit Street Historic District. $302,000 103 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. $1,221,000 616 Project Name Description Unfunded Amt City of Iowa City Capital Improvement Program Unfunded Projects 104 IOWA INTERSTATE RAILROAD QUIET ZONES The Quiet Zones project would be for design and implementation of required upgraded warning devices and physical infrastructure (medians and gates) for four at-grade street crossings. The upgrades would improve safety at each crossing and reduce the need for trains to sound their horns. $1,000,000 105 BURLINGTON STREET DAM Modification of the Burlington Street Dam to address public safety concerns, improve riverbank stability, improve fish habitat, and create recreational opportunities. $6,435,000 TOTAL - UNFUNDED PROJECTS 332,152,466$ 617 618