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Capital Improvement Projects Fiscal Year 2013 - 2014


CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM 


Capital Improvement Program Fiscal Year 2013‐14 through 2017‐18 Prior &  New Funding  Current Year  Carry Forward  Request        Planned  Actuals FY 13‐14 FY 13‐14 FY 2014‐15

Project Description

Planned FY 2015‐16

Planned        Planned        Total Project  FY 2016‐17 FY 2017‐18 Needs

General Government and Public Safety GG 04‐01 Lathrop Generations Center GG 10‐17 Retaining Wall and Landscaping                                             at Towne Centre Dr & Village Ave (Tract 3410) GG 11‐09 Financial Management System GG 12‐11 Sales Tax Enhancement Measures GG 12‐14 Alternative Power for City Infrastructure GG 12‐16 ADA Transition Plan GG 13‐06 Capital Facility Fee Study Update

General Government and Public Safety Subtotal:

$       1,075,268 $       6,852,731 $                   ‐

$                   ‐

$                   ‐

$                   ‐

$       4,000,000 $     11,927,999

$                   ‐ $          137,179 $          113,314 $                   ‐ $              5,852 $                   ‐ $       1,331,613

$          300,000 $          463,746 $            91,686 $            25,000 $            39,148 $            70,000 $       7,842,311

$                   ‐ $                   ‐ $                   ‐ $                   ‐ $                   ‐ $          100,000 $          100,000

$                   ‐ $                   ‐ $                   ‐ $       2,500,000 $                   ‐ $                   ‐ $       2,500,000

$                   ‐ $                   ‐ $                   ‐ $                   ‐ $                   ‐ $                   ‐ $                   ‐

$                   ‐ $                   ‐ $                   ‐ $                   ‐ $                   ‐ $                   ‐ $                   ‐

$                   ‐ $                   ‐ $                   ‐ $                   ‐ $                   ‐ $                   ‐ $       4,000,000

$          300,000 $          600,925 $          205,000 $       2,525,000 $            45,000 $          170,000 $     15,773,924

$       1,600,668 $             31,500 $                   ‐ $                   ‐ $                   ‐ $                   ‐ $       1,632,168

$          514,261 $                   ‐ $             80,000 $                   ‐ $                   ‐ $                   ‐ $          594,261

$                   ‐ $                   ‐ $                   ‐ $                   ‐ $             50,000 $          200,000 $          250,000

$                   ‐ $             50,000 $                   ‐ $          175,000 $          100,000 $                   ‐ $          325,000

$                   ‐ $                   ‐ $                   ‐ $             50,000 $                   ‐ $                   ‐ $             50,000

$                   ‐ $             18,900 $                   ‐ $                   ‐ $                   ‐ $                   ‐ $             18,900

$       3,648,075 $                   ‐ $                   ‐ $                   ‐ $                   ‐ $                   ‐ $       3,648,075

$       5,763,004 $          100,400 $             80,000 $          225,000 $          150,000 $          200,000 $       6,518,404

$       2,114,811 $               2,365 $             34,912 $          971,303 $                   ‐

$     17,172,325 $             64,217 $       2,161,064 $       1,594,501 $          350,000

$                   ‐ $                   ‐ $                   ‐ $          400,000 $       1,008,000

$                   ‐ $                   ‐ $                   ‐ $                   ‐ $          500,000

$          750,000 $                   ‐ $                   ‐ $                   ‐ $       1,500,000

$                   ‐ $                   ‐ $                   ‐ $                   ‐ $       1,000,000

$                   ‐ $                   ‐ $                   ‐ $                   ‐ $     19,750,000

$     20,037,136 $             66,582 $       2,195,976 $       2,965,804 $     24,108,000

$             87,753 $             69,040 $          131,793 $                   ‐ $                   ‐ $       3,411,977

$             92,247 $             22,945 $          122,668 $          100,000 $                   ‐ $     21,679,967

$             90,000 $             25,000 $                   ‐ $                   ‐ $             50,000 $       1,573,000

$             90,000 $             25,000 $                   ‐ $                   ‐ $                   ‐ $          615,000

$             90,000 $             25,000 $                   ‐ $                   ‐ $                   ‐ $       2,365,000

$             90,000 $             25,000 $                   ‐ $                   ‐ $                   ‐ $       1,115,000

$             90,000 $             25,000 $                   ‐ $                   ‐ $                   ‐ $     19,865,000

$          630,000 $          216,985 $          254,461 $          100,000 $             50,000 $     50,624,944

$          230,631 $             97,592 $               1,440 $                   ‐ $                   ‐ $                   ‐ $          329,663

$       2,067,438 $             52,408 $          108,560 $          319,204 $                   ‐ $                   ‐ $       2,547,610

$                   ‐ $               5,000 $             25,000 $          100,000 $             88,000 $          440,000 $          658,000

$                   ‐ $                   ‐ $             25,000 $                   ‐ $                   ‐ $                   ‐ $             25,000

$                   ‐ $                   ‐ $             25,000 $                   ‐ $                   ‐ $                   ‐ $             25,000

$                   ‐ $                   ‐ $             33,560 $                   ‐ $                   ‐ $                   ‐ $             33,560

$                   ‐ $                   ‐ $                   ‐ $                   ‐ $                   ‐ $                   ‐ $                   ‐

$       2,298,069 $          155,000 $          218,560 $          419,204 $             88,000 $          440,000 $       3,618,833

Parks & Recreation Improvements PK 03‐03 PK 10‐06 PK 13‐10 PK 14‐01 PK 14‐03 PK 14‐11

Community Park Expansion Central Control Irrigation Sys Expansion & Upgrades Libby Park Improvements City Wide Park Master Plan Soccer Complex Sangalang Park Improvements 

Parks & Recreation Subtotal: Street Improvements PS 97‐02 Lathrop Road Westerly Grade Separation PS 02‐04 Regional Pedestrian Bikeway PS 02‐24 Lathrop Road Widening Rehabilitation PS 11‐01 City‐wide Road Maintenance & Repair Program  PS 12‐04 Manthey Road Bridge Replacement PS 12‐05 Mossdale Arterial and Collector Slurry Seal & Pavement  Repair Program PS 12‐09 Sidewalk Repair Program PS 12‐15 Harlan Road Improvements PS 12‐18 Crossroads Streetlight Improvements PS 14‐06 Traffic Calming Measures

Street Subtotal: Water Improvements PW 08‐09 Well 21 Post Construction  PW 10‐10 Water Master Plan Update PW 12‐08 Citywide Water System Repairs PW 13‐08 Water Meter Improvements PW 14‐07 Louise Avenue Water Treatment Facility Improvements PW 14‐08 Modifications for Wells 7, 8 and 9

Water Subtotal:


Capital Improvement Program Fiscal Year 2013‐14 through 2017‐18 Prior &  New Funding  Current Year  Carry Forward  Request        Planned  Actuals FY 13‐14 FY 13‐14 FY 2014‐15

Project Description

Planned FY 2015‐16

Planned        Planned        Total Project  FY 2016‐17 FY 2017‐18 Needs

Wastewater Improvements WW 10‐15 WW 11‐06 WW 12‐07 WW 13‐02

WRP‐1 MBR Expansion Improvements Crossroads Wastewater Treatment Plant Improvements Sewer Plant Upgrades and Maintenance East Side Wastewater Collection System

$          125,870 $          243,544 $             24,274 $                   ‐ $                   ‐ $          393,688

$          652,840 $          391,848 $             95,726 $             25,000 $          150,000 $       1,315,414

$       3,961,500 $                   ‐ $          284,200 $             75,000 $          125,000 $       4,445,700

$       3,961,500 $       6,067,500 $             20,000 $                   ‐ $                   ‐ $     10,049,000

$                   ‐ $                   ‐ $             38,250 $                   ‐ $                   ‐ $             38,250

$                   ‐ $                   ‐ $             20,000 $          235,000 $                   ‐ $          255,000

$                   ‐ $                   ‐ $                   ‐ $       1,200,000 $                   ‐ $       1,200,000

$       8,701,710 $       6,702,892 $          482,450 $       1,535,000 $          275,000 $     17,697,052

$      7,099,109

$    33,979,563

$      7,026,700

$     13,514,000

$      2,478,250

$      1,422,460

$    28,713,075

$    94,233,157

$                   ‐ $                   ‐ $       1,854,755 PS 06‐16 Lathrop Road and I‐5 Improvements $          143,975 PS 11‐10 Roth Road/I‐5 Interchange Improvements $             13,851 PS 12‐06 City of Lathrop Bridge Maintenance and Deck Treatment $                   ‐ PS 14‐04 Harlan Road Precise Plan Line $                   ‐ SD 08‐07 Shilling Storm Water Pump Station & Force Main $                   ‐ $       2,012,581 Future Capital Improvement Projects Subtotal:

$                   ‐ $                   ‐ $          122,442 $                   ‐ $               2,229 $                   ‐ $                   ‐ $          282,000 $          406,671

$                   ‐ $                   ‐ $                   ‐ $                   ‐ $                   ‐ $                   ‐ $                   ‐ $                   ‐ $                   ‐

$                   ‐ $             18,000 $          150,000 $          100,000 $                   ‐ $          200,000 $          500,000 $                   ‐ $          968,000

$                   ‐ $                   ‐ $                   ‐ $                   ‐ $                   ‐ $          200,000 $                   ‐ $                   ‐ $          200,000

$                   ‐ $                   ‐ $                   ‐ $                   ‐ $                   ‐ $                   ‐ $                   ‐ $                   ‐ $                   ‐

$       5,055,000 $                   ‐ $     25,200,000 $     37,695,272 $       5,000,000 $                   ‐ $                   ‐ $       1,350,000 $     74,300,272

$       5,055,000 $             18,000 $     27,327,197 $     37,939,247 $       5,016,080 $          400,000 $          500,000 $       1,632,000 $     77,887,524

$             93,076 $                   ‐ $                   ‐ $             93,076

$             46,463 $             21,060 $             56,666 $          124,189

$             48,789 $             32,000 $             56,666 $          137,455

$             85,447 $             21,060 $             56,666 $          163,173

$             53,799 $             21,060 $             56,666 $          131,525

$                   ‐ $             21,060 $             56,666 $             77,726

$          384,994 $          116,240 $          283,330 $          784,564

WW 13‐09 Wastewater Pump Station Improvements

Wastewater Subtotal: Grand Total CIP: Future Capital Improvement Projects GG 08‐05 Animal Shelter PK 14‐05 River Park North Booster Pump PS 06‐06 Louise Avenue and I‐5 Improvements

Regulatory Compliance Programs PW 10‐09 Urban Water Master Plan Update SD 14‐10 Storm Water Management Plan WW 11‐08 Sewer System Management Plan

Regulatory Permitting Requirements Total:

$             57,420 $                   ‐ $                   ‐ $             57,420


CITY OF LATHROP CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM FIVE YEAR PLAN FY 13-14 THROUGH FY 17-18 CIP SUMMARY Group - General Government Total Est. Cost

by Project Type 7 Current Projects

15,773,924

1 Future Projects

5,055,000

Prior & Current Year Actuals 1,331,613

Carry Forward FY 13-14 7,842,311

New Funding Request FY 13-14 100,000

Planned FY 14-15

Planned FY 15-16

Planned FY 16-17

2,500,000

Planned FY 17-18 4,000,000 5,055,000

- New Projects 8 Totals

20,828,924

1,331,613

7,842,311

100,000

137,179 113,314

Subtotal:

487,598 205,000 10,000 702,598

350,419 91,686 10,000 452,105

-

F560-Water Cap Repl GG12-14 Subtotal:

12,500 12,500

12,500 12,500

F562-Water GG11-09

56,663

2,500,000

-

-

9,055,000

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

by Funding Sources General Fund F101-General GG11-09 GG12-11 GG12-16

250,493

Enterprise Funds

Subtotal: F601-Sewer GG11-09

56,663

-

56,663 -

56,664 Subtotal:

F606-Capital Replacement GG12-14 Subtotal: by Funding Sources Continued

56,663 56,664

56,664

-

56,664

-

-

-

-

-

12,500 12,500

-

12,500 12,500

-

-

-

-

-


CITY OF LATHROP CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM FIVE YEAR PLAN FY 13-14 THROUGH FY 17-18 CIP SUMMARY Group - General Government Total Est. Cost

by Project Type F214-TDA Interest Earned GG12-16 Subtotal: F216-State Grant Prop 84 GG04-01 Subtotal: F226-Culture & Leisure GG04-01 Subtotal: F227-City Services GG08-05

Prior & Current Year Actuals

Carry Forward FY 13-14

New Funding Request FY 13-14

35,000

5,852

29,148

35,000

5,852

29,148

5,000,000

605,824

4,394,176

5,000,000

605,824

4,394,176

6,927,999

469,444

2,458,555

6,927,999

469,444

2,458,555

Planned FY 14-15

Planned FY 15-16

Planned FY 16-17

Planned FY 17-18

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

4,000,000

-

-

-

-

5,055,000

4,000,000

5,055,000

Subtotal:

5,055,000

-

-

-

-

-

-

F229-Administration GG13-06 Subtotal:

70,000 70,000

-

70,000 70,000

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

2,500,000 2,500,000

-

-

-

2,500,000

-

-

F271-Developer Contribution GG10-17 GG13-06 Subtotal: To be determined GG12-14 Subtotal: Total:

300,000 100,000 400,000

-

2,500,000 2,500,000

-

20,828,924

5,055,000

300,000

1,331,613

300,000

7,842,311

100,000 100,000

100,000

9,055,000


CITY OF LATHROP CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM FIVE YEAR PLAN FY 13-14 THROUGH FY 17-18 CIP SUMMARY Group - Parks and Recreation Total Est. Cost

by Project Type 1 Current Projects

5,890,945

1 Future Projects

Prior & Current Year Actuals 1,632,168

Carry Forward FY 13-14

New Funding Request FY 13-14

514,261

-

18,000

3 New Projects

50,000

Planned FY 15-16 -

Planned FY 16-17

Planned FY 17-18

18,900

3,648,075

18,900

3,648,075

18,000

240,000

5 Totals

Planned FY 14-15

514,261

50,000

275,000

50,000

50,000

343,000

50,000

6,256,404

1,632,168

1,731,431 18,900 225,000

13,500

1,975,331

13,500

-

-

48,000 48,000

48,000 48,000

-

-

3,076,347 31,500

1,471,823 31,500

by Funding Sources General Fund F101 General PK03-03 PK10-06 PK14-01 Subtotal:

1,717,931 18,900 175,000

50,000

175,000

50,000

18,900

-

-

1,717,931

Special Revenue Funds F215-Federal Grant PK03-03 Subtotal: F226-CFF Culture & Leis PK03-03 PK10-06 PK14-03

514,261

150,000

50,000

100,000

50,000

100,000

3,257,847

1,503,323

F341-Park-In-Lieu PK03-03 Subtotal:

907,226 907,226

67,345 67,345

-

-

-

-

-

-

514,261

1,090,263

Subtotal:

F265-CDBG Fund PK03-03 Subtotal:

-

-

-

1,090,263

-

-

-

839,881 839,881

-

-

-

-


CITY OF LATHROP CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM FIVE YEAR PLAN FY 13-14 THROUGH FY 17-18 CIP SUMMARY Group - Parks and Recreation Total Est. Cost

by Project Type

Prior & Current Year Actuals

Carry Forward FY 13-14

New Funding Request FY 13-14

Planned FY 14-15

Planned FY 15-16

Planned FY 16-17

Planned FY 17-18

by Funding Sources Continued Special Districts F255-Stonebridge Landscape PK10-06 Subtotal: F258-Mossdale Landscape & Lighting PK10-06 Subtotal:

25,000 25,000

-

-

-

25,000 25,000

-

-

-

25,000 25,000

-

-

-

25,000 25,000

-

-

-

F259-Mossdale CFD Capital Replacement PK14-05 18,000 Subtotal: 18,000

-

-

-

18,000 18,000

-

-

-

50,000

343,000

50,000

18,900

Total:

6,256,404

1,632,168

514,261

3,648,075


Group - Street Improvements

CITY OF LATHROP CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM FIVE YEAR PLAN FY 13-14 THROUGH FY 17-18 CIP SUMMARY Total Est. Cost

by Project Type 9 Current Projects

50,573,236

5 Future Projects

71,182,524

1 New Projects

Prior & Current Year Actuals 3,411,977 2,012,581

Carry Forward FY 13-14 21,679,967

121,807,468

1,523,000

124,671

50,000

15 Totals

New Funding Request FY 13-14

Planned FY 14-15

Planned FY 15-16

615,000

2,365,000

950,000

200,000

1,565,000

2,565,000

Planned FY 16-17 1,115,000

Planned FY 17-18 19,865,000 67,895,272

50,000 5,424,558

21,804,638

187,761

5,000,000 601,342 490,289

1,573,000

1,115,000

87,760,272

by Funding Sources Special Revenue Funds F203 Gas Tax PS97-02 PS02-24 PS11-01 PS12-04 PS14-06 Subtotal:

5,000,000 601,342 678,050 8,000 25,000 6,312,392

Subtotal:

38,641 38,641

F211-Measure K PS97-02 PS02-04 PS06-06 PS06-16 Subtotal:

10,855,000 64,217 3,000,000 2,950,000 16,869,217

F208 - Streets PS11-01

F213-State Rubber Cip Seal Grant PS11-01 Subtotal:

37,689 37,689

187,761

-

6,091,631 38,641 38,641

8,000 25,000 33,000

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

10,855,000 64,217

37,689 37,689

10,919,217

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

3,000,000 2,950,000 5,950,000

-


Group - Street Improvements by Project Type by Funding Sources Continued F214-TDA Funds PS97-02 PS02-04 PS11-01 PS12-09 PS14-06 Subtotal: F215-Federal PS12-04

CITY OF LATHROP CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM FIVE YEAR PLAN FY 13-14 THROUGH FY 17-18 CIP SUMMARY Total Est. Cost

200,000 2,365 1,929,608 215,277 25,000 2,373,958

Prior & Current Year Actuals

Carry Forward FY 13-14

New Funding Request FY 13-14

200,000 2,365 553,940 69,040

975,668 22,945

825,345

998,613

400,000 25,000 25,000 450,000

250,000 250,000

1,000,000 1,000,000

Planned FY 14-15

Planned FY 15-16

Planned FY 16-17

Planned FY 17-18

25,000

25,000

25,000

25,000

25,000

25,000

25,000

25,000

500,000 500,000

1,500,000 1,500,000

1,000,000 1,000,000

17,226,600 17,226,600

Subtotal:

21,476,600 21,476,600

Subtotal:

3,232,000 47,677 3,279,677

1,914,675 23,330 1,938,005

1,317,325 24,347 1,341,672

-

-

-

-

-

153,655 153,655

88,099 88,099

65,556 65,556

-

-

-

-

-

136 483,664

136

483,800

136

483,664

-

-

-

-

-

F225-CFF Local Trans PS02-24 PS11-01 PS12-15 Subtotal:

1,110,970 80,484 47,195 1,238,649

34,912 80,484 47,195 162,591

1,076,058

1,076,058

-

-

-

-

-

F228-CFF Storm Drain PS12-15 Subtotal:

174,266 174,266

51,598 51,598

122,668 122,668

-

-

-

-

-

F216-STIP PS97-02 PS11-01 F218-Xroads Street Improvements PS11-01 Subtotal: F223-CFF-Regional Trans PS97-02 PS02-24 PS11-01 Subtotal:

-

483,664


Group - Street Improvements by Project Type by Funding Sources Continued F232- CFF W/C Lathrop Trans PS06-06

CITY OF LATHROP CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM FIVE YEAR PLAN FY 13-14 THROUGH FY 17-18 CIP SUMMARY Total Est. Cost

Prior & Current Year Actuals

Carry Forward FY 13-14

New Funding Request FY 13-14

23,954,489

1,632,047

122,442

Subtotal:

16,080 23,970,569

13,851 1,645,898

2,229 124,671

F603- Sewer CFF PS12-15 Subtotal:

33,000 33,000

33,000 33,000

34,774,668

29,396

34,774,668

29,396

-

-

-

-

PS11-10

F233- WLSP Regional Trans PS06-16 Subtotal:

-

Planned FY 14-15

Planned FY 15-16

Planned FY 16-17

Planned FY 17-18

22,200,000

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

22,200,000

34,745,272

-

-

-

34,745,272

-

-

-

F242- North Lathrop Impact Fee PS14-04 Subtotal:

500,000 500,000

-

F252-Industrial Lighting PS12-18 Subtotal:

100,000 100,000

-

100,000 100,000

-

-

-

-

-

F257-Mossdale CFD PS12-05 Subtotal:

630,000 630,000

87,753 87,753

92,247 92,247

90,000 90,000

90,000 90,000

90,000 90,000

90,000 90,000

90,000 90,000

500,000 500,000


Group - Street Improvements by Project Type by Funding Sources Continued Other Sources F271-Developer Contribution PS06-06 PS06-16 PS12-04 Subtotal: Railroad PS97-02

CITY OF LATHROP CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM FIVE YEAR PLAN FY 13-14 THROUGH FY 17-18 CIP SUMMARY Total Est. Cost

372,708 214,579 2,623,400 3,210,687

Subtotal:

750,000 750,000

To be determined PS11-10 PS12-06 Subtotal:

5,000,000 400,000 5,400,000

Total:

121,807,468

Prior & Current Year Actuals

Carry Forward FY 13-14

New Funding Request FY 13-14

222,708 114,579 337,287

-

Planned FY 14-15

Planned FY 15-16

Planned FY 16-17

-

-

Planned FY 17-18

150,000 100,000 100,000 100,000

-

-

-

250,000

-

750,000 750,000

-

2,523,400 2,523,400

-

5,000,000 5,424,558

21,804,638

1,573,000

200,000 200,000

200,000 200,000

1,565,000

2,565,000

1,115,000

5,000,000 87,760,272


CITY OF LATHROP CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM FIVE YEAR PLAN FY 13-14 THROUGH FY 17-18 CIP SUMMARY Group PW - Water Improvements Total Est. Cost

by Project Type 4 Current Projects

3,475,827

Prior & Current Year Actuals 387,083

Carry Forward FY 13-14 2,640,686

New Funding Request FY 13-14 176,463

Planned FY 14-15

Planned FY 15-16

Planned FY 16-17

Planned FY 17-18

73,789

110,447

87,359

73,789

110,447

87,359

25,000

25,000

33,560

25,000

25,000

33,560

-

-

-

-

-

-

46,463 46,463

48,789 48,789

85,447 85,447

53,799 53,799

-

-

-

-

-

-

- Future Projects 2 New Projects

528,000

6 Totals

528,000

4,003,827

387,083

2,640,686

704,463

F560-Water Cap Repl PW10-10 PW12-08 PW13-08 PW14-07 PW14-08 Subtotal:

155,000 218,560 321,704 88,000 440,000 1,223,264

97,592 1,440

52,408 108,560 221,704

99,032

382,672

5,000 25,000 100,000 88,000 440,000 658,000

F561-Water Expansion PW08-09 Subtotal:

171,041 171,041

165,899 165,899

5,142 5,142

Subtotal:

97,500 384,994 482,494

57,420 57,420

97,500 93,076 190,576

F541 - CFD 2003-01 PW08-09 Subtotal:

1,531,471 1,531,471

50,394 50,394

1,481,077 1,481,077

-

by Funding Sources Enterprise Funds

F562-Water PW13-08 PW10-09

CFD 2003-1


CITY OF LATHROP CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM FIVE YEAR PLAN FY 13-14 THROUGH FY 17-18 CIP SUMMARY Group PW - Water Improvements by Project Type by Funding Sources Continued

Total Est. Cost

Prior & Current Year Actuals

F271-Developer Contribution PW08-09 Subtotal:

14,338 14,338

14,338 14,338

Project Buy In Fund 562 & 541 PW08-09 Subtotal:

581,219 581,219

-

Total:

4,003,827

387,083

Carry Forward FY 13-14

New Funding Request FY 13-14

581,219 581,219 2,640,686

Planned FY 14-15

Planned FY 15-16

Planned FY 16-17

Planned FY 17-18

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

87,359

-

704,463

73,789

110,447


CITY OF LATHROP CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM FIVE YEAR PLAN FY 13-14 THROUGH FY 17-18 CIP SUMMARY Group - Drainage Improvements Total Est. Cost

by Project Type

Prior & Current Year Actuals

Carry Forward FY 13-14

New Funding Request FY 13-14

Planned FY 14-15

Planned FY 15-16

Planned FY 16-17

Planned FY 17-18

- Current Projects 1 Future Projects

1,632,000

282,000

1,350,000

- New Projects 1 Totals

1,632,000

-

282,000

-

-

-

-

1,350,000

1,500,000 1,500,000

-

150,000 150,000

-

-

-

-

1,350,000 1,350,000

132,000 132,000

-

132,000 132,000

-

-

-

-

1,632,000

-

282,000

-

-

-

-

by Funding Sources Special Revenue Funds F234-CFF Regional Trans SD08-07 Subtotal: F271-Developer Contribution SD08-07 Subtotal: Total:

1,350,000


CITY OF LATHROP CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM FIVE YEAR PLAN FY 13-14 THROUGH FY 17-18 CIP SUMMARY Group - Wastewater Improvements Total Est. Cost

by Project Type 5 Current Projects

Prior & Current Year Actuals

Carry Forward FY 13-14

New Funding Request FY 13-14

Planned FY 14-15

Planned FY 15-16

Planned FY 16-17

Planned FY 17-18

17,697,112

393,688

1,315,474

4,445,700

10,049,000

38,250

255,000

1,200,000

17,697,112

393,688

1,315,474

4,445,700

10,049,000

38,250

255,000

1,200,000

9,192 9,192

9,192 9,192

- Future Projects - New Projects 5 Totals by Funding Sources Enterprise Funds F605-Crossroads WW11-06 Subtotal: F606-Capital Replacement WW13-02 WW13-09 Subtotal:

1,535,000 150,000 1,685,000

F607-Crossroads Capital Replacement WW11-06 189,616 WW12-07 193,250 Subtotal: 382,866 F611-WW Capital Replacement WW10-15 WW12-07 WW13-09 Subtotal:

75,000 289,200 125,000 489,200

-

75,000

-

25,000 150,000 175,000

22,116 12,137 34,253

47,863 47,863

73,500 73,500

57,378 12,138

17,622 47,862

69,516

65,484

75,000

210,700 125,000 335,700

-

167,500 20,000 187,500

-

-

-

235,000

1,200,000

-

235,000

1,200,000

19,750 19,750

20,000 20,000

-

-

-

18,500 -

18,500


CITY OF LATHROP CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM FIVE YEAR PLAN FY 13-14 THROUGH FY 17-18 CIP SUMMARY Group - Wastewater Improvements by Project Type by Funding Sources Continued

Total Est. Cost

Prior & Current Year Actuals

Carry Forward FY 13-14

F271-Developer Contribution WW10-15 WW11-06 Subtotal:

8,519,640 6,504,144 15,023,784

58,549 212,235 270,784

538,091 391,909 930,000

F105-Economic Development WW10-15 Subtotal:

107,070 107,070

9,943 9,943

97,127 97,127

17,697,112

393,688

1,315,474

Total:

New Funding Request FY 13-14

3,961,500 3,961,500

4,445,700

Planned FY 14-15

3,961,500 5,900,000 9,861,500

10,049,000

Planned FY 15-16

Planned FY 16-17

Planned FY 17-18

-

-

-

-

-

-

38,250

255,000

1,200,000


CIP by Project Category FY 2013-2014 New Funding Request General Government & Public Safety, $100,000 , 1% Parks & Recreation Improvements, $70,000 , 1%

Drainage Improvements, $- , 0%

Street Improvements, $1,573,000 , 23%

Water Improvements, $704,463 , 10% Wastewater Improvements, $4,445,700 , 65%


CIP by Project Category 5-Year Funding Program FYs 2014-2018 General Government & Public Safety, $23,070,729 , 13%

Drainage Improvements, $1,632,000 , 1%

Parks & Recreation Improvements, $6,167,963 , 3%

Wastewater Improvements, $17,697,052 , 10% Water Improvements, $4,003,827 , 2% Street Improvements, $121,807,468 , 71%


Capital Improvement Project Plan

GG 04-01

Project Number: GG 04-01

Project Name: Lathrop Generations Center

Department Responsible: Parks & Recreation/Ken Reed

Contact Number: 209-941-7360

Project Description: The Lathrop Generations Center includes development of the 6.8 acre parcel which is located on Spartan way. The project includes adjacent access street improvements, approximately 9600 SF Youth and Teen Center, play equipment, art walk, skate park, Parkour course, parking lot, outdoor stage and turf seating mound, landscape and irrigation improvements, security lighting, underground utilities and stormwater basin. The Master Plan and Environmental findings for this project were approved by the City Council in February 2009. City Council approved revision on May 19, 2009 of that Master Plan and Environmental Documentation to keep the building about the same size, but to add a Public Library of about 7,000 SF, to downsize the Youth and Teen Center portion of the building to about 3,500 SF and to include about 4,500 SF of shared use space such as a multi-purpose room, computer lab, cafe, restrooms, lobby, etc. In addition, construction documents are included for the first phase of construction which is anticipated to include some street improvements, a parking lot, a Phase One approximately 9600 SF Library/Youth and Teen Center, landscaping and irrigation, storm drainage, and turf seating area. In March 2012, the City received a grant award in the amount of $5,000,000 to be used toward this project in a new location near Lathrop High School on Spartan Way. The additional funding will be used for items that were in the future phases of this project and cannot be used for the Public Library portion of the project.

Justification: City Council has requested a Youth and Teen Center in Lathrop and there is a need for a larger Public Library. In addition, this facility will be owned by the City and will alleviate lease payments on the current Public Library and Meeting Room on 7th Street.

Lathrop Generations Center


Capital Improvement Project Plan

GG 04-01

Project Number: GG 04-01

Project Name: Lathrop Generations Center

Department Responsible: Parks & Recreation/Ken Reed

Contact Number: 209-941-7360

Project Components & Estimated Timeline

Source of Funds Culture & Leisure Fund (226) State Grant Prop 84 (216) Total Revenues:

Use of Funds Culture & Leisure Fund (226) Project Management Design and Engineering Professional Services Construction Miscellaneous Total Culture & Leisure Fund (226):

Use of Funds State Grant Prop 84 (216) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Professional Services Miscellaneous Total State Grant Prop 84 (216): Total Expenditures:

Critical Date Summer 2010 Spring/Summer 2012 Spring 2013 Summer 2013 Summer 2013 Summer 2014

Components City Council Approval

Descriptions Revised Master Plan & Initial Study & Mitigation Monitoring Plan

Construction Documentation Bidding Groundbreaking Construction Start Project Complete

Complete Construction Documentation for Phase I Prepare and Request Bids Groundbreaking Ceremony Start Construction Construction Complete and Building Open

Prior & Current Year Actuals 469,444 605,824 $ 1,075,268

Carry Forward FY 2013/14 2,458,555 4,394,176 $ 6,852,731

2013/14 Recommended $ -

2014/15 Planned $ -

2015/16 Planned $ -

2016/17 Planned $ -

Prior & Current Year Actuals

Carry Forward FY 2013/14

2013/14 Recommended

2014/15 Planned

2015/16 Planned

2016/17 Planned

448,148 19,575 1,721 469,444

59,360 2,399,195 2,458,555

-

-

-

$

$

Prior & Current Year Actuals

Carry Forward FY 2013/14

$

86,771 303,671 213,358 2,024 605,824

$

212,000 152,640 48,000 3,964,181 17,355 4,394,176

$

1,075,268

$

6,852,731

-

$

-

$

2013/14 Recommended

$

$

2017/18 Planned 4,000,000 $ 4,000,000

Total Allocations 6,927,999 5,000,000 $ 11,927,999

2017/18 Planned

Total Allocations

$

300,000 450,000 2,850,000 400,000 4,000,000

2014/15 Planned

2015/16 Planned

2016/17 Planned

2017/18 Planned

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

4,000,000

$

300,000 957,508 19,575 5,249,195 401,721 6,927,999 Total Allocations

$

298,771 456,311 261,358 3,964,181 17,355 2,024 5,000,000

$

11,927,999


Capital Improvement Project Plan Project Number:

Project Number:

GG 10-17

Retaining Wall and Landscaping at Towne Centre Drive and Village Avenue Tract 3410

Department Responsible: Parks & Recreation/ Ken Reed

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

GG 10-17

Project Description: The project consists of constructing a retaining wall to provide for a pedestrian pathway and storm drain corridor from Johnson Ferry Road to Village Avenue. The project includes minor landscaping of the entry median to Tract 3410.

Justification: These improvements were part of the subdivision improvement agreement with Lafferty Homes for Tract 3410. Lafferty Homes experienced financial difficulties and were unable to perform. The City placed a claim on the $300,000 performance bond for these improvements. The bonding company elected to pay the City the $300,000 rather than construct these improvements. The City is responsible for installing these improvements with the bond proceeds.


Capital Improvement Project Plan

GG 10-17

Project Number:

Project Number:

GG 10-17

Retaining Wall and Landscaping at Towne Centre Drive and Village Avenue Tract 3410

Department Responsible: Parks & Recreation/ Ken Reed

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Project Components & Estimated Timeline

Source of Funds Developer bond proceeds Fund (271) Total Revenues:

Use of Funds Developer Bond proceeds Fund (271) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Developer Bond proceeds Fund (271) Total Expenditures:

Critical Date N/A Spring 2013 Summer 2013 Summer 2013 Fall 2013

Components Acquisition & Preparation Design Phase Bid Process Construction Phase Completion

Descriptions Appraisal, negotiations & grading of site Prepare Plans and Specifications Council approves plans and authorizes bidding the project Council awards the contract and construction begins Improvements complete and accepted by City Council

Prior & Current Carry Forward Year Actual FY 2013/14 300,000 $ $ 300,000

2013/14 Recommended $ -

2014/15 Planned $ -

2015/16 Planned $ -

2016/17 Planned $ -

2017/18 Planned $ -

Prior & Current Year Actual

2013/14 Recommended

2014/15 Planned

2015/16 Planned

2016/17 Planned

2017/18 Planned

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

10,000 290,000 300,000

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

300,000

$

-

$

-

Carry Forward FY 2013/14

$

10,000 290,000 300,000

-

$

-

$

-

$

300,000

$

-

$

-

-

Total Allocations 300,000 $ 300,000

Total Allocations


Capital Improvement Project Plan Project Number: GG 11-09

Project Name: Financial Management System

Department Responsible: Information Technology

Contact Number: 209-941-7349

GG 11-09

Project Description: Replace City's Financial Management System with an Enterprise Resource Planning System (ERP)

Justification: City currently has and supports three different computer software systems with very limited integration between them, which generates a significant amount of manual labor. Several benefits could be achieved with an Enterprise Resource Planning system. For instance, eliminating the manual labor for integration. Additionally, Citizens and Businesses would have the capability to review and/or make payments to accounts via the internet for business license and vendor purchase orders and invoicing. The proposal is to bring all three systems together with this new technology and in the process save the City approximately $1.2 Million in 10 years just in annual maintenance costs, not including the efficiencies and stream line of the current manual processes.


Capital Improvement Project Plan

GG 11-09

Project Number: GG 11-09

Project Name: Financial Management System

Department Responsible: Information Technology

Contact Number: 209-941-7349

Project Components & Estimated Timeline

Source of Funds General Fund Equipment Replacement Reserves (101) Equipment Replacement Reserves Water (562) Equipment Replacement Reserves Sewer (601) Total Revenues:

Use of Funds General Fund (101) Professional Services Project Management Computer Equipment Software Miscellaneous Total General Fund (101):

Use of Funds Water (562) Professional Services Project Management Computer Equipment Software Miscellaneous Total Water Fund (562):

Critical Date Jun-2011 Feb-2012 Mar-2012 May-2012 Jun-2012 Aug-2012 Aug-2012 Sep-2012 Aug-2013 Jan-2014

Components RFP Writing Complete Needs Analysis Issue RFP Vendor demo's and selection City Council Approval Award of Contract Vendor Evaluation System Configuration Systems parallel testing Implementation and "Go-live"

Prior & Current Year Actuals

Carry Forward FY 2013/14

137,179

350,419 56,663

-

$

137,179

$

56,664 463,746

Prior & Current Year Actuals

Carry Forward FY 2013/14

32,016 104,000 1,163 137,179

98,494 73,962 177,963 350,419

$

Prior & Current Year Actuals

$

-

$

Carry Forward FY 2013/14

$

56,663 56,663

Descriptions Write RFP Meet with all departments for requirements Release RFP to vendors Meet with top 3 vendors for selection Take contract to City Council for Approval Finalize and sign contract Selected Vendor evaluation of City's needs Hardware, Software and Networking configuration Conversion and parallel testing of system specially Utility Billing Signoff and system go-live

2013/14 Recommended

$

2014/15 Planned

2015/16 Planned

2016/17 Planned

2017/18 Planned

-

-

-

-

-

487,598

-

-

-

-

-

56,663

-

$

2013/14 Recommended

$

-

$

2013/14 Recommended

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

2014/15 Planned

2015/16 Planned

2016/17 Planned

2017/18 Planned

-

-

-

-

$

$

$

2014/15 Planned

2015/16 Planned

2016/17 Planned

2017/18 Planned

-

-

-

-

$

$

$

Total Allocations

$

56,664 600,925 Total Allocations

$

130,510 177,962 177,963 1,163 487,598 Total Allocations

$

56,663 56,663


Capital Improvement Project Plan

GG 11-09

Project Number: GG 11-09

Project Name: Financial Management System

Department Responsible: Information Technology

Contact Number: 209-941-7349 Prior & Current Year Actuals

Use of Funds Sewer (601) Professional Services Project Management Computer Equipment Software Miscellaneous Total Sewer Fund (601):

$

Total Expenditures:

$

137,179

Carry Forward FY 2013/14

$

56,664 56,664

$

463,746

2013/14 Recommended

2014/15 Planned

2015/16 Planned

2016/17 Planned

2017/18 Planned

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

56,664 56,664

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

600,925

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

Total Allocations


Capital Improvement Project Plan

GG 12-11

Project Number: GG 12-11

Project Name: Sales Tax Enhancement Measures

Department Responsible: Finance/Cari James or Michael Sylvia

Contact Number: 209-941-7320

Project Description: Determine public support for a General Purpose Transaction and Use Tax (TAUT). In November 2012 the Citizens of Lathrop approved Mearusre C by over 77%. With a successful election, the TAUT will commence on April 1, 2013. Final billing for the TAUT setup is anticipated in Summer 2013 from the California Board of Equalization.

Justification: During the recession and housing downturn, City Staff realized a need for additional funding for Public Safety and General services. The purpose of Measure C is to maintain and enhance essential City Services such as, police, fire protection, youth and senior services with in the City.


Capital Improvement Project Plan

GG 12-11

Project Number: GG 12-11

Project Name: Sales Tax Enhancement Measures

Department Responsible: Finance/Cari James or Michael Sylvia

Contact Number: 209-941-7320

Project Components & Estimated Timeline

Source of Funds General Fund (101) Total Revenues: Use of Funds General Fund (101) Professional Services Acquisition Construction Engineering Services Miscellaneous Total General Fund (101) Total Expenditures:

Critical Date Fall/Winter 2011 Winter 2011 Spring 2012 Summer 2012 Fall 2012 Fall/Winter 2012 Spring 2013 Summer 2013

Components Project Initiation Initial Polling Development of TAUT Plan Secondary Polling & Information TAUT information & election TAUT Certification TAUT effective date Final billing set-up

Prior & Current Year Carry Forward Actuals FY 2013/14 113,314 91,686 $ 113,314 $ 91,686 Prior & Current Year Actuals

Carry Forward FY 2013/14

$

113,314 113,314

$

91,686 91,686

$

113,314

$

91,686

Descriptions City Council Approval, Consultant RFP and Selection Conduction of voter opinion survey for initial viability of potential TAUT Development of TAUT spending plan, information provided to residents Continue information provision to residents, conduction of secondary opinion polling Additional information provided to residents, TAUT included in General Election Election results certified, agreements executed with CA BOE TAUT becomes effective April 1, 2013 Board of Equalization fees to be effective Summer 2013

2013/14 Recommended $ -

2014/15 Planned $ -

2015/16 Planned $ -

2016/17 Planned $ -

2017/18 Planned $ -

2013/14 Recommended

2014/15 Planned

2015/16 Planned

2016/17 Planned

2017/18 Planned

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

205,000 205,000

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

205,000

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

Total Allocations 205,000 $ 205,000 Total Allocations


Capital Improvement Project Plan

GG 12-14

Project Number: GG 12-14

Project Name: Alternative Power for City Infrastructure

Department Responsible: Public Works/Joseph Reyes

Contact Number: 209-941-7340

Project Description: Investigate options for alternative renewable power for City Infrastructure including Water Treatment Plants, Pump Stations, Wells, and Waste Water Pump Stations. Justification: Alternative power provides an opportunity for the City to reduce annual electrical operating costs for City Infrastructure.


Capital Improvement Project Plan

GG 12-14

Project Number: GG 12-14

Project Name: Alternative Power for City Infrastructure

Department Responsible: Public Works/Joseph Reyes

Contact Number: 209-941-7340

Project Components & Estimated Timeline

Source of Funds Water System Cap Repl Fund (560) Wastewater Cap Repl Fund (606) Unfunded Total Revenues:

Use of Funds Water System Capital Repl Fund (560) Professional Services Acquisition Construction Engineering Services Miscellaneous Total Water System Cap Rep Fund (560):

Use of Funds Wastewater Capital Repl Fund (606) Professional Services Acquisition Construction Engineering Services Miscellaneous Total Wastewater Cap Repl Fund (606):

Use of Funds Unfunded Professional Services Acquisition Construction Engineering Services Miscellaneous Total Unfunded : Total Expenditures:

Critical Date Summer 2012 Fall 2013 2012-2013

Components Site Feasibility Assessment Appraisal & Prelim Land Acquisition Land Acquisition

Prior & Current Year Actuals $ -

Carry Forward FY 2013/14 12,500 12,500 $ 25,000

2013/14 Recommended $ -

Prior & Current Year Actuals

Carry Forward FY 2013/14

2013/14 Recommended

$

-

Prior & Current Year Actuals

$

-

Prior & Current Year Actuals

$

-

$

-

$

12,500 12,500

Carry Forward FY 2013/14

$

12,500 12,500

Carry Forward FY 2013/14

$

-

$

25,000

$

-

Descriptions Identify sites for general government facilities and prioritize acquisition Site surveys, appraisal and assessment of purchase Purchase of property 2014/15 Planned

$

$

$ $

-

-

$

2014/15 Planned

$

2,000,000 500,000 2,500,000

$

2,500,000

2015/16 Planned

$ $

-

-

$

$

$

2017/18 Planned

$

-

$

-

12,500 12,500 Total Allocations

-

$

2016/17 Planned -

Total Allocations

2017/18 Planned -

$

Total Allocations 12,500 12,500 2,500,000 $ 2,525,000

2017/18 Planned -

$

-

$

2016/17 Planned -

$

-

$

2015/16 Planned -

2017/18 Planned

2016/17 Planned -

$

2014/15 Planned

$

2016/17 Planned

2015/16 Planned -

$

2013/14 Recommended -

2,500,000 2,500,000 2014/15 Planned

2013/14 Recommended -

2015/16 Planned

12,500 12,500 Total Allocations

$

-

$

2,000,000 500,000 2,500,000

$

-

$

2,525,000


Capital Improvement Project Plan

GG 12-16

Project Number: GG 12-16

Project Name: ADA Transition Plan

Department Responsible: Public Works / Greg Gibson

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Project Description: The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requires local governments to provide equal access to civic facilities, services, programs and activities for people with disabilities. An ADA Transition plan is needed to meet compliance with ADA requirements and will include the following: - Provide a survey to identify barriers for accessibility in existing facilities and describe methods that will be used to make the facilities accessible. - Ensuring that all new construction, alterations, and additions meet current accessibility standards. - Maintaining features that are necessary to provide access to services, programs and activities. - Specify a schedule and establish processes for complying with the ADA. Justification: The ADA Transition Plan is needed to meet compliance with ADA requirements to provide access to individuals with disabilities to civic facilities, services, programs and activities.


Capital Improvement Project Plan

GG 12-16

Project Number: GG 12-16

Project Name: ADA Transition Plan

Department Responsible: Public Works / Greg Gibson

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Project Components & Estimated Timeline

Source of Funds General Fund (101) TDA - Interest Earned Fund (214) Total Revenues:

Use of Funds General Fund (101) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total General Fund (101):

Use of Funds TDA - Interest Earned Fund (214) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total TDA - Interest Earned Fund (214): Total Expenditures:

Critical Date Spring 2012 Summer 2012 Fall 2012 Summer 2013

Components RFP/Consultant Selection Award Project Prepare ADA Transition Plan Review Plan, Project Completion

Descriptions Issue Request for Proposals and select consultant. Council approves agreement with consultant Consultant prepares the ADA Transition Plan Presentation to City Council to review and approve the ADA Transition Plan

Prior & Current Carry Forward Year Actuals FY 2013/14 10,000 5,852 29,148 $ 5,852 $ 39,148

2013/14 Recommended $ -

2014/15 Planned $ -

2015/16 Planned $ -

2016/17 Planned $ -

2017/18 Planned $ -

Prior & Current Year Actuals

2013/14 Recommended

2014/15 Planned

2015/16 Planned

2016/17 Planned

2017/18 Planned

-

-

-

-

$

-

Carry Forward FY 2013/14

$

10,000 10,000

Prior & Current Year Actuals

Carry Forward FY 2013/14

$

5,852 5,852

$

29,148 29,148

$

5,852

$

39,148

$

-

$

2013/14 Recommended

$

$

$

Total Allocations 10,000 35,000 $ 45,000

Total Allocations

$

10,000 10,000

2014/15 Planned

2015/16 Planned

2016/17 Planned

2017/18 Planned

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

35,000 35,000

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

45,000

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

Total Allocations


Capital Improvement Project Plan

GG 13-06

Project Number: GG 13-06

Project Number: Capital Facility Fee Study Update

Department Responsible: Community Development Depart

Contact Number: 209-941-7443

Project Description: Capital Facility Fee Update

Justification: The CFF Study was last updated in 2005. The study needs to be updated to reflect the slowdown in the housing market and the resulting slowdown in the need for public infrastructure. The study also needs to reflect recent additional funding the City received from various agencies and identify CFF funded improvements that are completed. The fees for the properties located East of I-5 need a detailed update of project scope and cost, since the 2005 update just inflated prior costs. The City is also anticipating Central Lathrop, Gateway and South Lathrop Specific Plan Area will need to fund establishment/updating of the CFF program this year to add fees for their specific areas.


Capital Improvement Project Plan

GG 13-06

Project Number: GG 13-06

Project Number: Capital Facility Fee Study Update

Department Responsible: Community Development Depart

Contact Number: 209-941-7443

Critical Date 09/30/13 11/01/13 N/A N/A 05/01/14

Components Solicit Proposals Award Contract

Descriptions Prepare and send out Request for Proposals Council approves contract

Completion

Council approves Capital Facility Program and fees

Prior & Current Year Actuals -

Carry Forward FY 2013/14 70,000

$

$

Project Components & Estimated Timeline

Source of Funds Administration Fund (229) CLSP Developer Fund (271) SLSP Developer Fund (271) Gateway Developer Fund (271) Total Revenues:

Use of Funds Administration Fund (229) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total Adminsitration Fund (229):

Use of Funds Developer Fund (271) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total Developer Fund (271): Total Expenditures:

-

Prior & Current Year Actuals

$

-

Prior & Current Year Actuals

$

-

$

-

70,000

2013/14 Recommended . 25,000 25,000 50,000 $ 100,000

Carry Forward FY 2013/14

2013/14 Recommended

$

70,000 70,000

Carry Forward FY 2013/14

$

-

2014/15 Planned -

$

$

-

2015/16 Planned -

$

-

2016/17 Planned -

$

-

2017/18 Planned -

$

-

2014/15 Planned

2015/16 Planned

2016/17 Planned

2017/18 Planned

-

-

-

-

$

$

$

Total Allocations 70,000 25,000 25,000 50,000 $ 170,000

Total Allocations

$

70,000 70,000

2013/14 Recommended

2014/15 Planned

2015/16 Planned

2016/17 Planned

2017/18 Planned

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

100,000 100,000

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

170,000

$

-

$

100,000 100,000

$

70,000

$

100,000

Total Allocations


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PK 03-03

Project Number: PK 03-03

Project Name: Community Center Expansion

Department Responsible: Parks & Rec/ Ken Reed

Contact Number: 209-941-7360

Project Description: The project consists of renovation and expansion of both the east and west sides of the existing building of approximately 8,300 sq. ft. Phase 1 consists of condition and code compliance assessment. Phase 2 consists of design and renovation to meet current codes. Phase 3 consists of: the east side of the Community Center will be expanded approximately 2,800 sq. ft. and the west side of the building will be expanded approximately 5,500 sq. ft. Also included are slurry coating and striping for the parking lot, furnishing for the building, adjacent landscaping, inspection services, project management and project contingency. Justification: The Community Center is the oldest public facility in Lathrop and is in need of renovation and expansion. Space is needed to accommodate expansion of recreation programs and to accommodate additional work space.


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PK 03-03

Project Number: PK 03-03

Project Name: Community Center Expansion

Department Responsible: Parks & Rec/ Ken Reed

Contact Number: 209-941-7360 Critical Date NA Spring 2012 Summer 2012 Fall 2012 Spring 2013

Project Components & Estimated Timeline

Source of Funds General Fund (101) Federal Grant Fund (215) xfr from PS 10-26 Culture & Leisure Fund (226) Park-in-Lieu Fund (341) xfr from PK 07-07 CDBG Grant Funds (265) xfr from PK 09-05 CDBG Grant Funds (265) Total Revenues:

Use of Funds General Fund (101) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total General Fund (101):

Use of Funds Federal Grant Fund (215) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total Federal Grant Fund (215):

Prior & Current Year Actuals 13,500 48,000 1,471,823 67,345 $ 1,600,668 Prior & Current Year Actuals

$

13,500 13,500

Prior & Current Year Actuals

$

48,000 48,000

Components Acquisition & Preparation Design Phase Bid Process Construction Phase Completion of Ph 1 & 2 Carry Forward FY 2013/14 514,261 -

$

514,261

Carry Forward FY 2013/14

$

-

Carry Forward FY 2013/14

$

-

Descriptions Appraisal, negotiations & grading of site Prepare Plans and Specifications Council approves plans and authorizes bidding of the project Council awards the contract and construction begins Improvements complete and accepted by City Council

2013/14 Recommended -

$

-

2014/15 Planned -

$

2013/14 Recommended

$

-

$

$

2014/15 Planned

$

2013/14 Recommended -

-

2015/16 Planned -

-

$

$

2015/16 Planned

$

2014/15 Planned -

-

2016/17 Planned -

-

$

$

2016/17 Planned

$

2015/16 Planned -

-

2017/18 Planned 1,717,931 1,090,263 839,881

-

2017/18 Planned

$

2016/17 Planned

$

-

3,648,075

Total Allocations 1,731,431 48,000 3,076,347 907,226 12,541 $ 5,775,545

1,717,931 1,717,931

Total Allocations

$

2017/18 Planned

$

-

1,717,931 13,500 1,731,431 Total Allocations

$

48,000 48,000


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PK 03-03

Project Number: PK 03-03

Project Name: Community Center Expansion

Department Responsible: Parks & Rec/ Ken Reed

Contact Number: 209-941-7360

Use of Funds Culture & Leisure Fund (226) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total Culture & Leisure Fund (226):

Use of Funds Park-in-Lieu Fund (341) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total Park-in-Lieu Fund (341):

Prior & Current Year Actuals

$

231,028 1,239,845 950 1,471,823

Prior & Current Year Actuals

$

67,345 67,345

Prior & Current Year Actuals

Use of Funds CDBG Grant Fund (265) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total CDBG Grant Fund (265):

$

Total Expenditures:

$

1,600,668

Carry Forward FY 2013/14

$

514,261 514,261

Carry Forward FY 2013/14

$

-

Carry Forward FY 2013/14

$ $

514,261

2013/14 Recommended

$

-

2014/15 Planned

$

2013/14 Recommended

$

-

$ $

-

$

2014/15 Planned

$

2013/14 Recommended -

-

2015/16 Planned

-

$ $

-

$

2015/16 Planned

$

2014/15 Planned -

-

2016/17 Planned

-

$ $

-

$

2016/17 Planned

$

2015/16 Planned -

-

2017/18 Planned

-

1,090,263 1,090,263

Total Allocations

$

2017/18 Planned

$

2016/17 Planned

150,000 75,000 614,881 839,881

Total Allocations

$

2017/18 Planned

$

-

$

$

-

$

3,648,075

231,028 2,844,369 950 3,076,347

150,000 75,000 682,226 907,226 Total Allocations

$ $

5,763,004


Capital Improvement Project Plan Project Number: PK 10-06

Project Name: Central Control Irrigation System Expansion & Upgrade

Department Responsible: Parks and Recreation / Ken Reed

Contact Number: 209-941-7360

PK 10-06

Project Description: This project will expand and upgrade our current Central Control Irrigation System to as many parks and streetscapes as possible through the purchase and installation of additional controllers & attachments. There are a few locations that it is not feasible to expand to and those areas would not be included in this project.

Justification: The Statewide Landscape Ordinance and water reduction requirements under the Urban Water Management Plan mandate lowering water usage.


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PK 10-06

Project Number: PK 10-06

Project Name: Central Control Irrigation System Expansion & Upgrade

Department Responsible: Parks and Recreation / Ken Reed

Contact Number: 209-941-7360

Project Components & Estimated Timeline

Source of Funds General Fund (101) Culture & Leisure CFF Fund (226) Stonebridge Landscape Fund (255) Mossdale Landscape & Lighting Fund (258) Total Revenues:

Use of Funds General Fund (101) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total General Fund (101):

Use of Funds Culture & Leisure CFF Fund (226) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total Culture & Leisure CFF Fund (226):

Critical Date Summer 2014 Fall 2014

Components Purchase Installation

Descriptions Place order for irrigation controllers & attachments -Priority 2 Installation of irrigation controllers & attachments complete - Priority 2

Prior & Current Year Actuals 31,500 $ 31,500

Carry Forward FY 2013/14 $ -

2013/14 Recommended $ -

2014/15 Planned 25,000 25,000 $ 50,000

Prior & Current Year Actuals

Carry Forward FY 2013/14

2013/14 Recommended

2014/15 Planned

2015/16 Planned

-

-

$

-

Prior & Current Year Actuals

$

31,500 31,500

$

-

Carry Forward FY 2013/14

$

-

$

-

$

2013/14 Recommended

$

-

$

-

2015/16 Planned $ -

$

2016/17 Planned 18,900 $ 18,900

2017/18 Planned $ -

2016/17 Planned

$

18,900 18,900

2017/18 Planned

$

-

2014/15 Planned

2015/16 Planned

2016/17 Planned

2017/18 Planned

-

-

-

-

$

$

Total Allocations 18,900 31,500 25,000 25,000 $ 100,400

$

Total Allocations

$

18,900 18,900 Total Allocations

$

31,500 31,500


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PK 10-06

Project Number: PK 10-06

Project Name: Central Control Irrigation System Expansion & Upgrade

Department Responsible: Parks and Recreation / Ken Reed

Contact Number: 209-941-7360

Use of Funds Stonebridge Landscape Fund (255) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total Stonebridge Landscape (255):

Use of Funds Mossdale Landscape & Lighting Fund (258) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total Mossdale L & L Fund (258): Total Expenditures:

Prior & Current Year Actuals

$

-

Prior & Current Year Actuals

$

-

$

31,500

Carry Forward FY 2013/14

$

-

Carry Forward FY 2013/14

$

-

$

-

2013/14 Recommended

$

-

2014/15 Planned

$

2013/14 Recommended

$

-

$

-

25,000 25,000

$

2014/15 Planned

2015/16 Planned

2016/17 Planned

2017/18 Planned

-

-

-

$

$

Total Allocations

$

25,000 25,000

2015/16 Planned

2016/17 Planned

2017/18 Planned

$

-

$

-

$

25,000 25,000

$

18,900

$

-

$

100,400

$

25,000 25,000

$

-

$

50,000

$

-

Total Allocations


Capital Improvement Project Plan Project Number: PK 14-01

Project Name: City Wide Park Master Plan

Department Responsible: Parks & Recreation / Ken Reed

Contact Number: 209-941-7360

PK 14-01

Project Description: Establish a City Wide Parks and Facilities master plan.

Justification: At this point, the City does not have a comprehensive park master plan that runs through out the City. This project would start this process so that future expansion and construction projects will be identified in relation to our current facilities. Once the master plan is complete, staff should be able to update the plan either in house or with very little additional cost.


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PK 14-01

Project Number: PK 14-01

Project Name: City Wide Park Master Plan

Department Responsible: Parks & Recreation / Ken Reed

Contact Number: 209-941-7360

Project Components & Estimated Timeline

Source of Funds General Fund (101) Total Revenues:

Critical Date

Components

Descriptions

Summer 2013 Fall 2013 Winter 2013

Set up Scope Parameters Bid Process Design

Prepare Plans and Specifications Bidding Project Complete phase one of the Master plan

Prior & Current Year Actual $

-

Prior & Current Year Actual

Carry Forward FY 2013/14 $

-

2013/14 Recommended $ -

Carry Forward FY 2013/14

Use of Funds General Fund (101) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total General Fund (101):

$

-

$

-

Total Expenditures:

$

-

$

-

-

2014/15 Planned 175,000 $ 175,000

2015/16 Planned 50,000 $ 50,000

2014/15 Planned

2015/16 Planned

2013/14 Recommended

-

$

-

$

-

$

175,000 175,000

$

175,000

$

50,000 50,000

$

50,000

2016/17 Planned $ -

2017/18 Planned $ -

2016/17 Planned

$

-

$

-

Total Allocations 225,000 $ 225,000

2017/18 Planned

Total Allocations

$

-

$

225,000 225,000

$

-

$

225,000


Capital Improvement Project Plan Project Number: PK 14-03

Project Name: Soccer Complex

Department Responsible: Parks & Recreation / Ken Reed

Contact Number: 209-941-7360

PK 14-03

Project Description: Explore the possibility of putting a new soccer complex on one of our existing spray fields or possiblly in a new spray field in west side of I-5. Staff would like to roll this into a construction project if the fields and costs are identified and within our budget constraints.

Justification: We currently only have soccer field uses in our open space areas at Mossdale Community Park and at Sangalang Park. Both of these parks have other uses within the same space so the need for dedicated soccer fields is high on our priority list. In addition to the space contraints the soccer play is rough on our park grass that is used for other activities.


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PK 14-03

Project Number: PK 14-03

Project Name: Soccer Complex

Department Responsible: Parks & Recreation / Ken Reed

Contact Number: 209-941-7360 Critical Date NA Summer 2013 Fall 2013 Summer 2014 Summer 2014

Project Components & Estimated Timeline

Source of Funds Culture & Leisure Fund (226) Total Revenues:

Prior & Current Year Actuals $

-

Prior & Current Year Actuals

Components Acquisition & Preparation Design Phase Bid Process Construction Phase Completion Carry Forward FY 2013/14 $

-

2013/14 Recommended 50,000 $ 50,000

2014/15 Planned 100,000 $ 100,000

2013/14 Recommended

2014/15 Planned

Carry Forward FY 2013/14

Use of Funds Culture & Leisure Fund (226) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total Culture & Leisure Fund (226):

$

-

$

-

Total Expenditures:

$

-

$

-

-

Descriptions Appraisal, negotiations & grading of site Prepare Plans and Specifications Bidding Project Council awards the contract and construction begins Construction is complete

-

$

50,000 50,000

$

50,000

$

100,000 100,000

$

100,000

2015/16 Planned $ -

2016/17 Planned $ -

2015/16 Planned

$

-

$

-

2017/18 Planned $ -

2016/17 Planned

$

-

$

-

Total Allocations 150,000 $ 150,000

2017/18 Planned

Total Allocations

$

-

$

50,000 100,000 150,000

$

-

$

150,000


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PS 97-02

Project Number: PS 97-02

Project Name: Lathrop Road Westerly Grade Sep

Department Responsible: Public Works / Michael King

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Project Description: The project will construct a four-lane bridge over the Union Pacific Railroad tracks (Crossing #D82.1). The tracks cross Lathrop Road at about 90 degrees. The project will bridge over the tracks and will solve a variety of technical issues, such as: local access and circulation issues, no major drainage facilities or building structures exist within the required right-of-way, and acquisition of several parcels. The magnitude of this project requires outside consulting firms for environmental, design engineering, and construction management. In addition, coordination with Union Pacific Railroad and the California Public Utilities Commission (PUC) is required.

UPRR

Woodfield Drive

Justification: Lathrop Road is a regional corridor connecting I-5 to SR-99. The grade separation is needed for safety and emergency purposes and to facilitate the traffic flow along this important corridor. This crossing is ranked #26 on the statewide grade separation priority list. The project is majority funded through STIP funds, Prop 1B (HRCSA) funds, Measure K funds, as well as City CFF Program funds. The project is expected to go out to bid in the Spring of 2013 and for construction to start in the summer of 2013.

Sharpe Depot

LATHROP ROAD

McKinley Ave

UPRR

6th Street

5th Street

7th Street

California Natural Products


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PS 97-02

Project Number: PS 97-02

Project Name: Lathrop Road Westerly Grade Sep

Department Responsible: Public Works / Michael King

Contact Number: 209-941-7430 Critical Date 2011/12 2011/12 2013/14 2014/15 2015/16

Project Components & Estimated Timeline

Components Acquisition & Preparation Design Phase Bid Process Construction Phase Completion

Source of Funds Prop 1B Fund (203) Measure K Fund (211) CFF - Traffic Mitigation Fund (225) TDA - LTF Streets & Roads (COG) Fund (214) STIP Fund (216) CFF - Regional Traffic "East" Fund (223) Union Pacific Railroad Unknown Total Revenues:

Prior & Current Year Actuals 200,000 1,914,675 136 $ 2,114,811

Carry Forward FY 2013/14 5,000,000 10,855,000 1,317,325 $ 17,172,325

Use of Funds

Prior & Current Year Actuals

Carry Forward FY 2013/14

Prop 1B Fund (203) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total Prop 1B Fund (203):

$

Use of Funds

Prior & Current Year Actuals

Measure K Fund (211) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total Measure K Fund (211):

$

-

-

$

5,000,000 5,000,000

Carry Forward FY 2013/14

$

10,855,000 10,855,000

Descriptions Appraisal, negotiations & grading of site Prepare Plans and Specifications Council approves plans and authorize bidding the project Council awards the contract and construction begins The improvements are constructed and ready for acceptance

2013/14 Recommended -

$

-

2014/15 Planned -

$

2013/14 Recommended

$

-

$

2013/14 Recommended

$

-

$

-

2015/16 Planned -

$

750,000 750,000

$

2016/17 Planned -

2017/18 Planned -

-

-

-

$

2014/15 Planned

2015/16 Planned

2016/17 Planned

2017/18 Planned

-

-

-

-

-

$

-

$

$

2014/15 Planned

2015/16 Planned

2016/17 Planned

2017/18 Planned

-

-

-

-

-

$

-

$

$

$

Total Allocations 5,000,000 10,855,000 200,000 3,232,000 136 750,000 20,037,136 Total Allocations

$

5,000,000 5,000,000 Total Allocations

$

10,855,000 10,855,000


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PS 97-02

Project Number: PS 97-02

Project Name: Lathrop Road Westerly Grade Sep

Department Responsible: Public Works / Michael King

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Use of Funds TDA - LTF Streets & Roads Fund 214) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total TDA - LTF STS & RDS Fund (214):

Use of Funds STIP Fund (216) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total STIP Augmentation Fund (216):

Use of Funds Traffic Mitigation Fund (225) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total Trffic Mitigation Fund (225):

Use of Funds Regional Traffic "East" Fund (223) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total Regional Traffic "East" Fund (223):

Prior & Current Year Actuals

$

200,000 200,000

Prior & Current Year Actuals

$

731,735 1,182,940 1,914,675

Prior & Current Year Actuals

$

-

Prior & Current Year Actuals

$

136 136

Carry Forward FY 2013/14

$

-

Carry Forward FY 2013/14

$

355,264 962,061 1,317,325

Carry Forward FY 2013/14

$

-

Carry Forward FY 2013/14

$

-

2013/14 Recommended

$

-

$

2013/14 Recommended

$

-

$

2013/14 Recommended

$

-

$

2013/14 Recommended

$

-

$

2014/15 Planned

2015/16 Planned

2016/17 Planned

2017/18 Planned

-

-

-

-

$

$

$

2014/15 Planned

2015/16 Planned

2016/17 Planned

2017/18 Planned

-

-

-

-

-

$

$

$

2014/15 Planned

2015/16 Planned

2016/17 Planned

2017/18 Planned

-

-

-

-

$

$

$

2014/15 Planned

2015/16 Planned

2016/17 Planned

2017/18 Planned

-

-

-

-

$

$

$

Total Allocations

$

200,000 200,000 Total Allocations

$

1,086,999 2,145,001 3,232,000 Total Allocations -

$ Total Allocations

$

136 136


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PS 97-02

Project Number: PS 97-02

Project Name: Lathrop Road Westerly Grade Sep

Department Responsible: Public Works / Michael King

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Use of Funds Union Pacific Railroad Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total Union Pacific Railroad:

Use of Funds Unknown Project Management Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total Unknown: Total Expenditures:

Prior & Current Year Actuals

$

-

Prior & Current Year Actuals

$ $

2,114,811

Carry Forward FY 2013/14

$

-

Carry Forward FY 2013/14

$ $

17,172,325

2013/14 Recommended

$

-

2014/15 Planned

$

2013/14 Recommended

-

2015/16 Planned

$

750,000 750,000

$

2016/17 Planned

2017/18 Planned

-

-

$

Total Allocations

$

2014/15 Planned

2015/16 Planned

2016/17 Planned

2017/18 Planned

-

$

-

$

$

$

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

750,000

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

750,000 750,000 Total Allocations 20,037,136


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PS 02-04

Project Number: PS 02-04

Project Name: Regional Pedestrian Bikeway

Department Responsible: Public Works / Ken Reed

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Project Description: The first phase of this project will update the City bicycle master plan for consistency of San Joaquin County Regional Bicycle Master Plan. Subsequent phase will involve construction of regional bikeways. A portion of this project is funded by Measure K funds that are specifically intended for this type of project. The City received Measure K Non-competitive Bikeway Funds from the Department of Transportation in July 2011. Justification: Per the bicycle transportation act, the City is required to maintain a bicycle master plan. San Joaquin County is currently updating a bicycle master plan for the region.


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PS 02-04

Project Number: PS 02-04

Project Name: Regional Pedestrian Bikeway

Department Responsible: Public Works / Ken Reed

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Project Components & Estimated Timeline

Source of Funds Measure K Bikeway Fund (211) TDA - LTF Streets & Roads Fund (214) Total Revenues:

Use of Funds Measure K Bikeway Fund (211) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total Measure K Bikeway Fund (211) Use of Funds TDA - LTF Streets & Roads Fund (214) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total TDA - LTF Streets & Roads Fund (214): Total Expenditures:

Critical Date Summer/Fall 2013 2014 2015 2016

Components Plan Development Engineering and Design Construction Phase Completion

Descriptions Coordination of Bicycle Master Plan Update with San Joaquin County Design of bikeways Council awards the contract and construction begins Improvements complete and accepted by City Council

Prior & Current Year Actuals 2,365 $ 2,365

Carry Forward FY 2013/14 64,217 $ 64,217

2013/14 Recommended $ -

Prior & Current Year Actuals

Carry Forward FY 2013/14

2013/14 Recommended

$

-

Prior & Current Year Actuals

$

2,365 2,365

$

2,365

$

5,000 59,217 64,217

Carry Forward FY 2013/14

$

-

$

64,217

$

-

2014/15 Planned

$ $

-

-

$

2014/15 Planned

2015/16 Planned

$

-

$

-

$ $

-

Total Allocations -

$

2016/17 Planned -

Total Allocations 64,217 2,365 $ 66,582

2017/18 Planned -

$

-

$

2016/17 Planned -

$

2017/18 Planned -

$

2015/16 Planned -

$

2016/17 Planned -

$

2014/15 Planned

2013/14 Recommended -

2015/16 Planned

$

2017/18 Planned

$

-

$

-

5,000 59,217 64,217 Total Allocations

$

-

$

2,365 2,365

$

-

$

66,582


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PS 02-24

Project Number: PS 02-24

Project Name: Lathrop Road Widening/Rehab

Department Responsible: Public Works / Michael King

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Project Description: Lathrop road widening / rehabilitation consists of fifteen partial right-of-way acquisitions, reconstruction of existing pavement section installation of a signal at Lathrop Road and Cambridge, and widening of Lathrop Road to four (4) lanes with concrete curb and gutter from I-5 to the easterly City Limits. Right-of-way acquisition and road widening is estimated to occur primarily on the north side with a drive separated by a landscaped divider to be created on the south side for residences that front Lathrop Road Justification: There is an immediate need to construct the Lathrop Road widening and signal at Cambridge Road to improve public safety. Improving this corridor improves regional traffic flow and safety for residents on Lathrop Road.


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PS 02-24

Project Number: PS 02-24

Project Name: Lathrop Road Widening/Rehab

Department Responsible: Public Works / Michael King

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Project Components & Estimated Timeline

Source of Funds CFF - RTF (223) - Xfer from PS12-04 CFF - RTF (223) - Xfer from PS 97-02 CFF - Traffic Mitigation Fund (225) Gas Tax Fund (203) Total Revenues: Use of Funds CFF-Regional Transportation Fund (223) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total Unfunded: Use of Funds CFF - Traffic Mitigation Fund (225) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total CFF - Traffic Mitigation Fund (225): Use of Funds Gas Tax Fund (203) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total Unfunded: Total Expenditures:

Critical Date Spring 2013 Summer 2013 Summer 2013 Summer 2013 Fall 2013

Components Design Phase (PH. 1) Acquisition & Preparation (Ph. 1) Bid Process (Ph.1) Construction Phase (Ph.1) Completion (PH.1)

Descriptions Prepare Plans & Specifications Appraisal, negotiations, utility relocations Bidding the project Council awards the contract and construction begins Improvements complete and accepted by City Council

Prior & Current Year Actuals 34,912 $ 34,912

Carry Forward FY 2013/14 280,000 203,664 1,076,058 601,342 $ 2,161,064

2013/14 Recommended $ -

2014/15 Planned $ -

2015/16 Planned $ -

2016/17 Planned $ -

Prior & Current Year Actuals

Carry Forward FY 2013/14

2013/14 Recommended

2014/15 Planned

2015/16 Planned

2016/17 Planned

2017/18 Planned

-

-

-

-

$

-

Prior & Current Year Actuals

$

34,912 34,912

Prior & Current Year Actuals

$

-

$

34,912

$

483,664 483,664

Carry Forward FY 2013/14

$

300,000 140,000 636,058 1,076,058

Carry Forward FY 2013/14

$

601,342 601,342

$

2,161,064

$

-

$

2013/14 Recommended

$

-

$

2013/14 Recommended

$

$

2017/18 Planned $

$

-

2014/15 Planned

2015/16 Planned

2016/17 Planned

2017/18 Planned

-

-

-

-

$

$

$

Total Allocations 280,000 203,664 1,110,970 601,342 $ 2,195,976 Total Allocations

$

483,664 483,664 Total Allocations

$

334,912 140,000 636,058 1,110,970

2014/15 Planned

2015/16 Planned

2016/17 Planned

2017/18 Planned

$

-

-

$

-

$

-

$

601,342 601,342

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

2,195,976

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

Total Allocations


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PS 11-01

Project Number: PS 11-01

Project Name: City-Wide Road Maintenance and Repair Program

Department Responsible: Public Works / Michael King

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Project Description: The City-Wide Road Maintenance and Repair Program will include maintaining deteriorated pavement and striping that present public safety issues throughout residential and industrial areas in the City. Locations will be prioritized based upon condition of existing pavement/striping as related to public safety and proximity to high pedestrian facilities (i.e. schools). Justification: Timely maintenance extends the useful life of the road pavement and helps prevent severe deterioration that decreases public safety and leads to more costly repairs and replacement.


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PS 11-01

Project Number: PS 11-01

Project Name: City-Wide Road Maintenance and Repair Program

Department Responsible: Public Works / Michael King

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Project Components & Estimated Timeline

Source of Funds Gas Tax Prop 1B Fund (203) Gas Tax Cong Relief Fund (203) xfr fr PS 10-16 Gas Tax Fund (203) xfr fr PS 07-09 Gas Tax Fund (203) Streets- Fund (208) State - Rubber Chip Seal Grant (213) TDA - (COG) Fund (214) Federal STIP Fund (216) prior year PS 99-01 Crossroads St Improvements Fund (218) CFF Traffic Mitigation Fund (225) xfr fr PS 02-24 Total Revenues:

Use of Funds Gas Tax Prop 1B (203)-xfr fr PS 10-12,16,&19 Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total Gas Tax Prop 1B (203):

Use of Funds Gas Tax (203)-xfr from PS 07-09 Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total Gas Tax Cong Relief (203):

Critical Date March 2013 Summer 2013

Components Street Assessment/Prioritization Construction

Descriptions Street assessment and prioritization begins Construction begins

Prior & Current Year Actuals 185,833 1,928 37,689 553,940 23,330 88,099 80,484 $ 971,303

Carry Forward FY 2013/14 170,289 320,000 38,641 975,668 24,347 65,556 $ 1,594,501

2013/14 Recommended 400,000 $ 400,000

Prior & Current Year Actuals

Carry Forward FY 2013/14

2013/14 Recommended

$

185,833 185,833

Prior & Current Year Actuals

$

-

$

-

Carry Forward FY 2013/14

$

170,289 170,289

$

-

2014/15 Planned

$

-

$

2014/15 Planned

$

2015/16 Planned -

$

$

Total Allocations -

$

2016/17 Planned -

Total Allocations 185,833 1,928 170,289 320,000 38,641 37,689 1,929,608 47,677 153,655 80,484 $ 2,965,804

2017/18 Planned -

$

-

$

2016/17 Planned -

$

2017/18 Planned -

$

2015/16 Planned -

$

2016/17 Planned -

$

2014/15 Planned

2013/14 Recommended -

2015/16 Planned

$

2017/18 Planned -

$

185,833 185,833 Total Allocations

-

$

170,289 170,289


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PS 11-01

Project Number: PS 11-01

Project Name: City-Wide Road Maintenance and Repair Program

Department Responsible: Public Works / Michael King

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Use of Funds Gas Tax Cong Relief (203)-xfr from PS 10-16 Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total Gas Tax Cong Relief (203):

Use of Funds Gas Tax (203) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total Gas Tax (203):

Use of Funds Streets Fund (208) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total Streets Fund (208):

Use of Funds State - Rubber Chip Seal Grant (213) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total Chip Seal Grant (213):

Prior & Current Year Actuals

$

1,928 1,928

Prior & Current Year Actuals

$

-

Prior & Current Year Actuals

$

-

Prior & Current Year Actuals

$

37,689 37,689

Carry Forward FY 2013/14

$

-

Carry Forward FY 2013/14

$

320,000 320,000

Carry Forward FY 2013/14

$

38,641 38,641

Carry Forward FY 2013/14

$

-

2013/14 Recommended

$

-

2014/15 Planned

$

-

$

2014/15 Planned

$

-

-

$

2013/14 Recommended

2015/16 Planned

$

2014/15 Planned

$

$

2015/16 Planned -

$

$

$

2017/18 Planned -

$

320,000 320,000 Total Allocations

-

$

2016/17 Planned -

$

2017/18 Planned -

1,928 1,928 Total Allocations

-

$

2016/17 Planned -

$

2017/18 Planned -

$

Total Allocations -

$

2016/17 Planned -

$

2017/18 Planned -

$

2015/16 Planned -

$

2016/17 Planned -

$

2014/15 Planned

2013/14 Recommended -

-

$

2013/14 Recommended

2015/16 Planned

38,641 38,641 Total Allocations

-

$

37,689 37,689


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PS 11-01

Project Number: PS 11-01

Project Name: City-Wide Road Maintenance and Repair Program

Department Responsible: Public Works / Michael King

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Use of Funds TDA - LTF Streets & Roads Fund (214) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total TDA - LTF Streets & Roads Fund (214):

Use of Funds Federal STIP Fund (216) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total Federal STIP Fund (216):

Use of Funds Crossroads Street Improvement Fund (218) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total Crossroads St Imprmnts Fund (218):

Use of Funds CFF Traffic Mitigation Fund (225) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total CFF Traffic Mitigation Fund (225): Total Expenditures:

Prior & Current Year Actuals

$

54,024 499,916 553,940

Prior & Current Year Actuals

$

23,330 23,330

Prior & Current Year Actuals

$

88,099 88,099

Prior & Current Year Actuals

Carry Forward FY 2013/14

$

975,668 975,668

Carry Forward FY 2013/14

$

24,347 24,347

Carry Forward FY 2013/14

$

65,556 65,556

Carry Forward FY 2013/14

$

80,484 80,484

$

$

971,303

$

1,594,501

2013/14 Recommended

$

400,000 400,000

2014/15 Planned

$

-

$

2014/15 Planned

$ $

400,000

-

$

2013/14 Recommended

2015/16 Planned

$

2014/15 Planned

$

2015/16 Planned

$

-

$

-

$ $

-

$

2017/18 Planned

$

-

$

-

47,677 47,677 Total Allocations

-

$

2016/17 Planned -

$

2017/18 Planned -

54,024 1,875,584 1,929,608 Total Allocations

-

$

2016/17 Planned -

$

2017/18 Planned -

$

Total Allocations -

$

2016/17 Planned -

$

2017/18 Planned -

$

2015/16 Planned -

$

2016/17 Planned -

$

2014/15 Planned

2013/14 Recommended -

-

$

2013/14 Recommended

2015/16 Planned

153,655 153,655 Total Allocations

$

-

$

80,484 80,484

$

-

$

2,965,804


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PS 12-04

Project Number: PS 12-04

Project Name: Manthey Road Bridge Replacement

Department Responsible: Public Works / Michael King

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Project Description: The purpose of the Manthey Road Bridge Replacement Project is to replace the existing bridge over the San Joaquin River with a new two lane bridge wide enough to accomodate sholders, bike lane and sidewalks. The new bridge will be located approximately 1,100 feet north of the existing bridge. The project costs are largely being funded through the Federal Highway Bridge Program (HBP). Justification: Built in 1926, Manthey Bridge has been identified as structurally deficient with a bridge sufficiency rating of only 7.1. As a result, funds are being requested from the federal Highway Bridge Program (HBP) to replace the existing bridge.


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PS 12-04

Project Number: PS 12-04

Project Name: Manthey Road Bridge Replacement

Department Responsible: Public Works / Michael King

Contact Number: 209-941-7430 Critical Date 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017

Project Components & Estimated Timeline

Source of Funds Gas Tax Fund (203) Developer Fund (271) Highway Bridge Program Fund (215) Total Revenues:

Use of Funds Gas Tax Fund (203) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total Gas Tax Fund (203):

Use of Funds Developer Fund (271) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total Developer Fund (271):

Use of Funds Highway Bridge Program Fund (215) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total Hwy Bridge Program Fund (215): Total Expenditures:

Descriptions Project Report, Alternate Analysis, Technical Studies & Bridge Type Selection Environmental Technical Studies, Coord. with Land Use EIR's & Public Outreach Land Acquisition, Utility Coordination, Preliminary PS&E Final Engineering / PS&E Go out to Bid and Start Construction

Components Premliminary Engineering Environmental Design Design Construction

Prior & Current Year Actuals $ -

Carry Forward FY 2013/14 100,000 250,000 $ 350,000

2013/14 Recommended 8,000 1,000,000 $ 1,008,000

2014/15 Planned 500,000 $ 500,000

2015/16 Planned 1,500,000 $ 1,500,000

2016/17 Planned 1,000,000 $ 1,000,000

2017/18 Planned 2,523,400 17,226,600 $ 19,750,000

Total Allocations 8,000 2,623,400 21,476,600 $ 24,108,000

Prior & Current Year Actuals

Carry Forward FY 2013/14

2013/14 Recommended

2014/15 Planned

2015/16 Planned

2016/17 Planned

2017/18 Planned

Total Allocations

8,000 8,000

-

-

-

$

-

Prior & Current Year Actuals

$

-

Prior & Current Year Actuals

$

-

$

-

$

-

Carry Forward FY 2012/13

$

100,000 100,000

Carry Forward FY 2013/14

$

25,000 225,000 250,000

$

350,000

$

$

2012/13 Recommended

$

-

$

2013/14 Recommended

$

80,000 920,000 1,000,000

$

1,008,000

$

$

2013/14 Planned

2014/15 Planned

2015/16 Planned

-

-

-

$

2014/15 Planned

$

80,000 420,000 500,000

$

500,000

$

2015/16 Planned

$

80,000 1,420,000 1,500,000

$

1,500,000

2016/17 Planned

$

2,523,400 2,523,400

$

2016/17 Planned

$

2,523,400 2,523,400

2,523,400 8,000 2,531,400 Total Allocations

$

2017/18 Planned

100,000 2,523,400 2,623,400 Total Allocations

$

80,000 920,000 1,000,000

80,000 17,146,600 $ 17,226,600

$

425,000 3,905,000 17,146,600 21,476,600

$

1,000,000

$ 22,273,400

$

26,631,400


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PS 12-05

Project Number: PS 12-05

Project Name: Mossdale Arterial and Collector Slurry Seal and Pavement Repair Program

Department Responsible: Public Works/Michael King

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Project Description: The annual street repair program, including the slurry seal program and pavement rehabilitation program, depend on the recommendations of the Pavement Management Program Update. This year's project will include slurry seal application to the following arterials/parkways located in the Mossdale CFD area: • Golden Valley Parkway (River Island Parkway to Towne Centre Drive) • Towne Centre Drive (S. Manthey Road to Village Avenue) • McKee Boulevard (Crescent Park Circle to River Islands Parkway) • River Islands (McKee Boulevard to Hwy 5 On/Off Ramps)

Justification: The Pavement Management Program recommends streets for slurry seal, base repair, and pavement rehabilitation. Timely pavement repair will extend the useful life of the road pavement and help prevent severe deterioration.


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PS 12-05

Project Number: PS 12-05

Project Name: Mossdale Arterial and Collector Slurry Seal and Pavement Repair Program

Department Responsible: Public Works/Michael King

Contact Number: 209-941-7430 Critical Date March 2013 Summer 2013 `

Project Components & Estimated Timeline

Source of Funds Mossdale CFD Fund (257) Total Revenues:

Use of Funds Mossdale CFD Fund (257) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total Mossdale CFD Fund (257): Total Expenditures:

Components Street Assessment/Prioritization Construction

Descriptions Street Assessment & Prioritization Begins Construction Begins

Prior & Current Year Actuals 87,753 $ 87,753

Carry Forward FY 2013/14 92,247 $ 92,247

2013/14 Recommended 90,000 $ 90,000

2014/15 Planned 90,000 $ 90,000

2015/16 Planned 90,000 $ 90,000

2016/17 Planned 90,000 $ 90,000

2017/18 Planned 90,000 $ 90,000

Total Allocations 630,000 $ 630,000

Prior & Current Year Actuals

Carry Forward FY 2013/14

2013/14 Recommended

2014/15 Planned

2015/16 Planned

2016/17 Planned

2017/18 Planned

Total Allocations

$

87,753 87,753

$

87,753

$

92,247 92,247

$

92,247

$

90,000 90,000

$

90,000

$

90,000 90,000

$

90,000

$

90,000 90,000

$

90,000

$

90,000 90,000

$

90,000

$

90,000 90,000

$

630,000 630,000

$

90,000

$

630,000


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PS 12-09

Project Number: PS 12-09

Project Name: Sidewalk Repair Program

Department Responsible: Public Works / Greg Gibson

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Project Description: Repair or remove and replace damaged, cracked, and uneven concrete sidewalks for ADA compliance and public safety. Repairs are made by sawcutting the sidewalks to create smooth transitions and/or by patching the concrete. Sidewalk replacement includes installation of root barriers to protect against future root damage. Locations are determined by a sidewalk survey which creates a database of repair locations that is updated annually. Justification: This Sidewalk Repair Program is needed for ADA compliance and public safety to mitigate damaged, cracked and uneven sidewalks which can be trip hazards.


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PS 12-09

Project Number: PS 12-09

Project Name: Sidewalk Repair Program

Department Responsible: Public Works / Greg Gibson

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Project Components & Estimated Timeline

Source of Funds TDA - LTF Fund (214) Xfer fr PS 08-02 TDA - PED/BKWY Fund (214) Total Revenues:

Use of Funds TDA - LTF Streets & Roads Fund (214) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total TDA - LTF Sts & Rds Fund (214): Total Expenditures:

Critical Date Summer 2013 Fall 2013 Winter 2014 Spring 2014

Components Design Phase Bid/Award Project Construction Construction Completion

Descriptions Review Survey/Prepare Construction Documents Project bids and City Council awards contract Construction begins Construction is completed/Update Database

Prior & Current Carry Forward Year Actuals FY 2013/14 69,040 8,865 14,080 $ 69,040 $ 22,945

2013/14 Recommended 25,000 $ 25,000

2014/15 Planned 25,000 $ 25,000

2015/16 Planned 25,000 $ 25,000

2016/17 Planned 25,000 $ 25,000

2017/18 Planned 25,000 $ 25,000

Total Allocations 77,905 139,080 $ 216,985

Prior & Current Year Actuals

Carry Forward FY 2013/14

2013/14 Recommended

2014/15 Planned

2015/16 Planned

2016/17 Planned

2017/18 Planned

Total Allocations

$

69,040 69,040

$

22,945 22,945

$

25,000 25,000

$

69,040

$

22,945

$

25,000

$

25,000 25,000

$

25,000

$

25,000 25,000

$

25,000

$

25,000 25,000

$

25,000

$

25,000 25,000

$

216,985 216,985

$

25,000

$

216,985


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PS 12-15

Project Number: PS 12-15

Project Name: Harlan Road Improvements

Department Responsible: Public Works / Greg Gibson

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Project Description: Prepare Construction Plans, Specifications and Engineer's Estimate (PS&E) for Harlan Road sewer, storm drain and roadway improvements in the area north of Stonebridge subdivision. This work will include refinement of both the Storm Drain and Sewer Master Plans in this area. Actual roadway construction would be limited to Harlan Road, from Slate Street North 4000 feet. This design is needed befor the realignment of Harlan Road near Roth Road can begin. Justification: Additional developments are planned for Roth Road and Harlan corridor North of Stonebridge. These additional developments have triggered the need to widen Harlan Road and construct sewer and storm drain facilities in Harlan Road from Stonebridge to Roth Road.


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PS 12-15

Project Number: PS 12-15

Project Name: Harlan Road Improvements

Department Responsible: Public Works / Greg Gibson

Contact Number: 209-941-7430 Critical Date N/A TBD TBD TBD TBD

Project Components & Estimated Timeline

Source of Funds Traffic Mitigation CFF Fund (225) Storm Drain CFF Fund (228) Sewer CFF Fund (603) Total Revenues:

Use of Funds Traffic Mitigation CFF Fund (225) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total Traffic Mitigation CFF Fund (225): Use of Funds Storm Drain CFF Fund (228) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total Storm Drain CFF Fund (228): Use of Funds Sewer CFF Fund (603) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total Sewer CFF Fund (603): Total Expenditures:

Components Acquisition & Preparation Design Phase Bid Process Improvement Phase Completion

Descriptions Appraisal, negotiations & grading of site Prepare Plans and Specifications Authorize plans and bidding the project Improvements begins Improvements are complete

Prior & Current Year Actuals 47,195 51,598 33,000 $ 131,793

Carry Forward FY 2013/14 122,668 $ 122,668

2013/14 Recommended $ -

2014/15 Planned $ -

2015/16 Planned $ -

2016/17 Planned $ -

2017/18 Planned $ -

Prior & Current Year Actuals

Carry Forward FY 2013/14

2013/14 Recommended

2014/15 Planned

2015/16 Planned

2016/17 Planned

2017/18 Planned

-

-

-

-

$

47,195 47,195 Prior & Current Year Actuals

$

51,598 51,598 Prior & Current Year Actuals

$

-

Carry Forward FY 2013/14

$

78,207 44,461 122,668

Carry Forward FY 2013/14

$

33,000 33,000

$

$

131,793

$

122,668

$

-

$

2013/14 Recommended

$

-

$

2013/14 Recommended

$

$

$

2014/15 Planned

2015/16 Planned

2016/17 Planned

2017/18 Planned

-

-

-

-

$

$

$

Total Allocations 47,195 174,266 33,000 $ 254,461 Total Allocations

$

47,195 47,195 Total Allocations

$

129,805 44,461 174,266

2014/15 Planned

2015/16 Planned

2016/17 Planned

2017/18 Planned

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

33,000 33,000

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

254,461

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

Total Allocations


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PS 12-18

Project Number: PS 12-18

Project Name: Crossroads Streetlight Improvements

Department Responsible: Public Works / Dameon Flores

Contact Number: 209-941-7455

Project Description: To replace missing streetlight wire and perform upgrades to the lighting in the Crossroads area. There are 2.3 miles of road and four intersections within the Crossroads Industrial Park which are currently unlit by City streetlights due to repeated wire theft. This project will rewire those street lights in a manner which will discourage future wire theft. The approximate cost of the project based on intitial figures will range from $60,000 to $80,000, the current carry over budget of $100,000 should be adequate to complete the project. Justification: Several streetlights in Crossroads that are currently not functioning due to damage of wire theft. The lack of street and intersection lighting creates unsafe conditions for drivers and pedestrians within the Crossroads Industrial Park.


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PS 12-18

Project Number: PS 12-18

Project Name: Crossroads Streetlight Improvements

Department Responsible: Public Works / Dameon Flores

Contact Number: 209-941-7455 Critical Date N/A Spring 2013 Spring 2013 Summer 2012 Fall 2013

Project Components & Estimated Timeline

Source of Funds Industrial Lighting Maint District Fund (252) Total Revenues:

Use of Funds Industrial Lighting Maint District Fund (252) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total Industrial Lighting District Fund (252): Total Expenditures:

Prior & Current Year Actuals $ Prior & Current Year Actuals

$

-

$

-

Components Acquisition & Preparation Design Phase Bid Process Improvement Phase Completion

Descriptions Appraisal, negotiations & grading of site Prepare Plans and Specifications Authorize plans and bidding the project Improvements begins Improvements are complete

Carry Forward FY 2013/14 100,000 $ 100,000

2013/14 Recommended $ -

2014/15 Planned $ -

2015/16 Planned $ -

2016/17 Planned $ -

2017/18 Planned $ -

Carry Forward FY 2013/14

2013/14 Recommended

2014/15 Planned

2015/16 Planned

2016/17 Planned

2017/18 Planned

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

100,000 100,000

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

100,000

$

100,000 100,000

$

100,000

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

Total Allocations 100,000 $ 100,000 Total Allocations


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PS 14-06

Project Number: PS 14-06

Project Name: Traffic Calming Measures

Department Responsible: Public Works / Michael King

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Project Description: The main purpose for this CIP is to install various types of traffic calming measures consistent with the Citywide Traffic Calming Program to correct traffic issues. Types of traffic calming measures may include signage, striping and speed tables. Corresponding design support may also be needed prior to installation. Justification: The City of Lathrop has a traffic calming program. When a resident's request meets the specified criteria, the City will install an appropriate traffic calming measures.


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PS 14-06

Project Number: PS 14-06

Project Name: Traffic Calming Measures

Department Responsible: Public Works / Michael King

Contact Number: 209-941-7430 Critical Date NA NA NA NA NA

Project Components & Estimated Timeline

Source of Funds Gas Tax Fund (203) TDA - LTF Streets & Roads Fund (214) Total Revenues:

Use of Funds Gas Tax Fund (203) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total Gas Tax Fund (203):

Use of Funds TDA - LTF Streets & Roads Fund (214) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total TDA - LTF Streets & Roads Fund (214): Total Expenditures:

Descriptions Coordination with resident and engineering firm Prepare Plans and Specifications Council approves plans and authorize bidding the project Council awards the contract and construction begins Project construction is complete and ready for acceptance

Components Preliminary Design Design Phase Bid Process Construction Phase Completion

Prior & Current Carry Forward Year Actuals FY 2013/14 $ $ -

2013/14 Recommended 25,000 25,000 $ 50,000

2014/15 Planned $ -

2015/16 Planned $ -

2016/17 Planned $ -

2017/18 Planned $ -

Prior & Current Year Actuals

2013/14 Recommended

2014/15 Planned

2015/16 Planned

2016/17 Planned

2017/18 Planned

25,000 25,000

-

-

-

-

$

-

Prior & Current Year Actuals

$

-

$

-

Carry Forward FY 2013/14

$

-

Carry Forward FY 2013/14

$

$

$

$

$

Total Allocations 25,000 25,000 $ 50,000 Total Allocations

$

25,000 25,000

2013/14 Recommended

2014/15 Planned

2015/16 Planned

2016/17 Planned

2017/18 Planned

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

25,000 25,000

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

50,000

$

-

$

25,000 25,000

$

-

$

50,000

Total Allocations


Capital Improvement Project

PW 08-09

Project Number: PW 08-09

Project Name: Well 21 Post Construction

Department Responsible: Public Works / Greg Gibson

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Project Description: The City has been working with consultants and affected developers to put Well 21 into service and address concepts embodied in the Draft Water Coalition Agreement. The City has succeeded in putting the well into active service under an interim operating permit and developing policy positions that have been presented to the Well 21 stakeholders. Additional work at Well 21 is needed to address exceedances of drinking water standards for arsenic and uranium. The City has submitted a workplan to CDPH and is working implement well modifications to address these problems and bring the well into regulatory compliance. The work is to be completed in two Phases; Phase I is to address arsenic reduction and if necessary, Phase II will address uranium reduction. Justification: Additional work at Well 21 is needed to meet compliance with drinking water standards for arsenic and uranium and to complete regulatory permitting requirements.


Capital Improvement Project

PW 08-09

Project Number: PW 08-09

Project Name: Well 21 Post Construction

Department Responsible: Public Works / Greg Gibson

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Project Components & Estimated Timeline

Source of Funds Developer Projects - RI 20% Fund (271) Developer Projects - Watt 4% Fund (271) CFD 2003-01 (541) Developer Contribution Fund (561) PW 0115 xfr Project Buy In Fund (562 & 541) Total Revenues:

Use of Funds Developer Projects - RI 20% Fund (271) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total Developer Projects - RI Fund (271):

Use of Funds Developer Projects - Watt 4% Fund (271) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total Developer Projects -Watt Fund (271):

Critical Date Summer 2013 Fall 2013 Winter 2014 TBD

Components Prepare PS&Es Bid/Award Contract Phase I Construction Phase II Design

Descriptions H2O completes pilot work, preliminary design and PS&Es Project is bid and construction contract awarded for Well 21 modifications Construction of Well 21 modifications completed for arsenic reduction If necessary, prepare PS&Es necesarry for uranium reduction

Prior & Current Year Actuals 11,923 2,415 50,394 165,899 $ 230,631

Carry Forward FY 2012/13 1,481,077 5,142 581,219 $ 2,067,438

2012/13 Recommended $ -

2013/14 Planned $ -

2014/15 Planned $ -

2015/16 Planned $ -

2016/17 Planned $ -

Prior & Current Year Actuals

Carry Forward FY 2012/13

2012/13 Recommended

2013/14 Planned

2014/15 Planned

2015/16 Planned

2016/17 Planned

-

-

-

-

$

11,923 11,923

Prior & Current Year Actuals

$

2,415 2,415

$

-

Carry Forward FY 2012/13

$

-

$

-

$

2012/13 Recommended

$

-

$

$

$

$

2013/14 Planned

2014/15 Planned

2015/16 Planned

2016/17 Planned

-

-

-

-

$

$

$

Total Allocations 11,923 2,415 1,531,471 171,041 581,219 $ 2,298,069 Total Allocations

$

11,923 11,923 Total Allocations

$

2,415 2,415


Capital Improvement Project

PW 08-09

Project Number: PW 08-09

Project Name: Well 21 Post Construction

Department Responsible: Public Works / Greg Gibson

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Use of Funds CFD 2003-1 (Fund 541) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total CFD 2003-1 Fund (541):

Use of Funds Developer Contribution Fund (561) PW0115 Transfer Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total Developer Contribution- Fund (561):

Prior & Current Year Actuals

Carry Forward FY 2012/13

50,394 50,394

1,481,077 1,481,077

$

$

Prior & Current Year Actuals

Carry Forward FY 2012/13

65,665 100,234 165,899

5,142 5,142

$

Prior & Current Year Actuals

Use of Funds Project Buy In Fund (562 & 541) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total Project Buy in Fund (562 & 541):

$

Total Expenditures:

$

230,631

$

Carry Forward FY 2012/13

$

106,294 474,925 581,219

$

2,067,438

2012/13 Recommended

$

-

$

2012/13 Recommended

$

-

$

2012/13 Recommended

2013/14 Planned

2014/15 Planned

2015/16 Planned

2016/17 Planned

-

-

-

-

$

$

$

2013/14 Planned

2014/15 Planned

2015/16 Planned

2016/17 Planned

-

-

-

-

$

$

$

Total Allocations

$

50,394 1,481,077 1,531,471 Total Allocations

$

70,807 100,234 171,041

2013/14 Planned

2014/15 Planned

2015/16 Planned

2016/17 Planned

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

106,294 474,925 581,219

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

2,298,069

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

Total Allocations


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PW 10-10

Project Number: PW 10-10

Project Name: Water Master Plan Update

Department Responsible: Public Works / Greg Gibson

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Project Description: The Water Master Plan Update is needed to complete the Urban Water Management Plan and to acheive compliance with legislation, condition development, ensure public health and safety through effective planning and management of the City's water system. The existing Water Master Plan needs to be updated with the findings of the Water Supply Study completed in 2009 in order to plan for future capital improvement projects based on updated water demand projections, and provide for treatment and/or alternative water supplies needed due to salinity intrusion into the City's groundwater supply. The draft Historic Lathrop Water & Sewer Master Plan Studies by Nolte (2006) will also be updated and incorporated into the Water Master Plan Update. The Water Master Plan serves as the planning document used to provide water infrastructure needed for the City to develop according to its General Plan, and for the environmental determination to meet California Environmental Quality Act requirements.

Justification: The Water Master Plan update is required for compliance with the Urban Water Management Plan Act, other recent legislation that requires the City to reduce its per capita water use by 20% by the year 2020 (SBx7-7) and to meet terms and conditions of the State Revolving Fund Loan used to finance the arsenic reduction project. The Water Master Plan needs to be updated to incorporate findings of the 2009 Water Supply Study, to plan and budget for water infrastructure capital improvement projects, equipment replacement plans, and inform development approval processes, water rate studies and CFF updates.


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PW 10-10

Project Number: PW 10-10

Project Name: Water Master Plan Update

Department Responsible: Public Works / Greg Gibson

Contact Number: 209-941-7430 Critical Date February-12 March-13

Project Components & Estimated Timeline

Source of Funds Water System Capital Replacement Fund (560) Total Revenues:

Components Update Water Master Plan Complete CEQA

Descriptions Collect & review data, engineering analysis and report preparation. Prepare CEQA documents and complete environmental review process

Prior & Current Year Actuals 97,592 $ 97,592

Carry Forward FY 2013/14 52,408 $ 52,408

2013/14 Recommended 5,000 $ 5,000

2014/15 Planned $ -

Prior & Current Year Actuals

Carry Forward FY 2013/14

2013/14 Recommended

2014/15 Planned

96,472 -

$

5,000 5,000

$

-

$

-

$

5,000

$

-

$

-

Use of Funds Water System Capital Replacement Fund (560) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total Water Cap Repl Fund (560):

$

1,120 97,592

$

52,408 52,408

Total Expenditures:

$

97,592

$

52,408

2015/16 Planned $

-

2016/17 Planned $ -

2017/18 Planned $ -

2015/16 Planned

2016/17 Planned

2017/18 Planned

$

-

$

-

$

153,880 1,120 155,000

$

-

$

-

$

155,000

$

Total Allocations 155,000 155,000 Total Allocations


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PW 12-08

Project Number: PW 12-08

Project Name: Citywide Water System Repairs

Department Responsible: Public Works / Dameon Flores

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Project Description: This is an ongoing program to maintain functionality of the City's water network. This project completes replacement and repairs of deficiencies in the City's water network. Approximately 50 water valves have been identified throughout the City which are in need of cleaning, repair or replacement. The maintenance schedule on these valves is spread over 4 years with a required annual funding amount of $25,000. The current budgeted amount of $108,560 is expected to cover the required cost over the next 4 years. Justification: A 2012 review and assessment of the City's water system disclosed a significant number of water valves in need of replacement or repair. Functional water valves are critical to operation of the City's water system and required to maintain compliance with the City's State Permit to operate a domestic water system.


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PW 12-08

Project Number: PW 12-08

Project Name: Citywide Water System Repairs

Department Responsible: Public Works / Dameon Flores

Contact Number: 209-941-7430 Critical Date Spring 2012 Annual

Project Components & Estimated Timeline

Source of Funds Water Capital Replacement Fund (560) Total Revenues:

Use of Funds Water Capital Replacement Fund (560) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total Water Capital Replacement Fund (560): Total Expenditures:

Descriptions Develop program to assess and replace water valves Replace and maintain valves as required per the program

Components Preliminary Assessment Maintenance and Replacement

Prior & Current Year Actuals 1,440 $ 1,440

Carry Forward FY 2013/14 108,560 $ 108,560

2013/14 Recommended 25,000 $ 25,000

2014/15 Planned 25,000 $ 25,000

2015/16 Planned 25,000 $ 25,000

2016/17 Planned 33,560 $ 33,560

Prior & Current Year Actuals

Carry Forward FY 2013/14

2013/14 Recommended

2014/15 Planned

2015/16 Planned

2016/17 Planned

$

1,440 1,440

$

1,440

$

108,560 108,560

$

108,560

$

25,000 25,000

$

25,000

$

25,000 25,000

$

25,000

$

25,000 25,000

$

25,000

$

33,560 33,560

$

33,560

2017/18 Planned $

-

$

2017/18 Planned

Total Allocations 218,560 218,560 Total Allocations

$

-

$

218,560 218,560

$

-

$

218,560


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PW 13-08

Project Number: PW 13-08

Project Name: Water Meter Improvements

Department Responsible: Public Works / Greg Gibson

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Project Description: Includes replacement of approximately 1,375 obsolete water meters that are approximately 20 years old, and are failing to function properly and replacement parts are no longer available.

Justification: The existing obsolete meters are failing and producing erratic readings and are in need of replacment. The new replacement meters, meter readers, antennae and software will increase the accuracy of metering water consumption and billing, reduce field staff time by allowing readings to be taken from a remote location, and help Staff assist customers with leak detection.


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PW 13-08

Project Number: PW 13-08

Project Name: Water Meter Improvements

Department Responsible: Public Works / Greg Gibson

Contact Number: 209-941-7430 Critical Date Jul-13 Sep-13 Apr-14

Project Components & Estimated Timeline

Source of Funds Water System Capital Replacement Fund (560) Water Fund (562) Total Revenues: Use of Funds Water System Capital Replacement Fund (560) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total Water System Capital Repl. Fund (560): Use of Funds Water Fund (562) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total - Water Fund (562): Total Expenditures:

Components Prepare PS&E Bid Process, award contract Construction Phase

Descriptions Prepare Plans and Specifications, Engineers Estimate Bid construction work for meter replacement, award contract Equipment installed

Prior & Current Year Actuals $ -

Carry Forward FY 2013/14 221,704 97,500 $ 319,204

2013/14 Recommended 100,000 $ 100,000

Prior & Current Year Actuals

Carry Forward FY 2013/14

2013/14 Recommended

$

-

Prior & Current Year Actuals

$

-

$

-

$

221,704 221,704

Carry Forward FY 2013/14

$

100,000 100,000

2014/15 Planned

$

$

$

319,204

$

100,000

-

$

2014/15 Planned

2015/16 Planned

$

-

$

-

$ $

-

Total Allocations -

$

2016/17 Planned -

Total Allocations 321,704 97,500 $ 419,204

2017/18 Planned -

$

-

$

2016/17 Planned -

$

2017/18 Planned -

$

2015/16 Planned -

$

2016/17 Planned -

$

2014/15 Planned

2013/14 Recommended

97,500 97,500

2015/16 Planned

$

2017/18 Planned

$

-

$

-

321,704 321,704 Total Allocations

$

-

$

97,500 97,500

$

-

$

419,204


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PW 14-07

Project Number: PW 14-07

Project Name: Louise Avenue Water Treatment Facility Improvements

Department Responsible: Public Works/ Greg Gibson

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Project Description: Louise Avenue Water Treatment Facility (LAWTF) Improvements include shade structures to protect sampling equipment and the filter press, a man-gate for the front entrance, solids handling improvements, and additional walkways, curbs and berms.

Justification: The improvements are needed to improve safety, increase operational efficiency and thereby reduce the operations and maintenance costs at the facility.

LAWTF Facility


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PW 14-07

Project Number: PW 14-07

Project Name: Louise Avenue Water Treatment Facility Improvements

Department Responsible: Public Works/ Greg Gibson

Contact Number: 209-941-7430 Critical Date April-13 May-13 October-13 November-13

Project Components & Estimated Timeline

Components Design Phase Bid Process Construction Phase Completion

Descriptions Prepare Plans and Specifications Plans approved and project goes out to bid Council awards the contract and construction begins Work is complete and ready for acceptance

Prior & Current Year Actuals Source of Funds Water System Capital Replacement Fund (560) Xfr fr PW 0507 Total Revenues: $ -

Carry Forward FY 2013/14 $ -

2013/14 Recommended 88,000 $ 88,000

2014/15 Planned $ -

2015/16 Planned $ -

2016/17 Planned $ -

2017/18 Planned $ -

Prior & Current Year Actuals

Carry Forward FY 2013/14

2013/14 Recommended

2014/15 Planned

2015/16 Planned

2016/17 Planned

2017/18 Planned

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

8,000 80,000 88,000

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

Use of Funds Water System Capital Replacement Fund (560) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total Water System Cap Repl Fund (560): Total Expenditures:

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

8,000 80,000 88,000

$

-

$

88,000

Total Allocations 88,000 $ 88,000 Total Allocations


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PW 14-08

Project Number: PW 14-08

Project Name: Modifications for Wells 7, 8 and 9

Department Responsible: Public Works/ Greg Gibson

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Project Description: Groundwater from City Wells 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 is now being treated at the new Louise Avenue Water Treatment Facility (LAWTF). Modifications to the older wells are now needed to improve their performance due to the changed hydraulic conditions by pumping to the new treatment plant instead of directly to the water distribution system and to rehabilitate the older wells (Wells 6, 7, 8 and 9) to restore water production capacity. Rehabilitation and well modifications to Well 6 are complete and the production capacity and overall performance of the well has been greatly improved. Well 10 is a newer well and does not require any modifications at this time. Justification: The well modifications are needed to increase operational efficiency and thereby reduce the operations and maintenance costs at the facility.


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PW 14-08

Project Number: PW 14-08

Project Name: Modifications for Wells 7, 8 and 9

Department Responsible: Public Works/ Greg Gibson

Contact Number: 209-941-7430 Critical Date July-13 August-13 October-13 April-14

Components Design Phase Bid/ Process Construction Phase Completion

Prior & Current Year Actuals $ -

Carry Forward FY 2013/14

Project Components & Estimated Timeline

Source of Funds Water System Capital Replacement Fund (560) Total Revenues: Use of Funds Water System Capital Replacement Fund (560) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total Water System Cap Repl Fund (560): Total Expenditures:

Prior & Current Year Actuals

$

-

$

-

$

-

Carry Forward FY 2013/14

Descriptions Prepare Plans and Specifications Staff approves plans and authorize bidding the project Council awards the contract and construction begins Work is complete and ready for acceptance 2013/14 Recommended 440,000 $ 440,000

2014/15 Planned $ -

2015/16 Planned $ -

2016/17 Planned $ -

2017/18 Planned $ -

2013/14 Recommended

2014/15 Planned

2015/16 Planned

2016/17 Planned

2017/18 Planned

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

40,000 400,000 440,000

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

440,000

$

-

$

40,000 400,000 440,000

$

-

$

440,000

Total Allocations 440,000 $ 440,000 Total Allocations


Capital Improvement Project Plan

WW 10-15

Project Number: WW 10-15

Project Name: WRP-1 MBR Expansion Improvements Phase 1

Department Responsible: Public Works / Greg Gibson

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Project Description: WRP-1 MBR Expansion Improvements - to increase the processing capacity of the plant from 750,000 gpd to 1 MGD plant to accomodate additional development in the WLSP area. Includes initial capacity assessment, testing, preliminary design, permit amendment, CEQA, final design and construction of capital improvements. Justification: WRP-1 MBR Expansion Improvements - the existing treatment plant needs to be expanded to provide additional capacity for planned development in the WLSP area.

MBR Plant


Capital Improvement Project Plan

WW 10-15

Project Number: WW 10-15

Project Name: WRP-1 MBR Expansion Improvements Phase 1

Department Responsible: Public Works / Greg Gibson

Contact Number: 209-941-7430 Critical Date Spring 2013 Winter 2014 Spring 2014 Spring 2015

Project Components & Estimated Timeline

Source of Funds Developer Project Fund (271) Developer Project Fund (271) 20% Wastewater Capital Replacement Fund (611) City's 20% Portion of Cost Fund (105) Total Revenues:

Use of Funds Developer Project Fund (271) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total Developer Project Fund (271):

Use of Funds Developer Project Fund (271) 20% Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total Developer Project Fund (271): Use of Funds Wastewater Capital Replacement Fund (611) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total WW Capital Replacement Fund (611):

Descriptions Prepare Plans and Specifications, Amend RWQCB Order Plans approved and project goes out to bid Council awards the contract and construction begins Improvements complete and accepted by City Council

Components Design & Permitting Phase Bid Process Construction Phase Completion

Prior & Current Year Actuals 58,549 57,378 9,943 $ 125,870

Carry Forward FY 2013/14 538,091 17,622 97,127 $ 652,840

2013/14 Recommended 3,169,200 792,300 $ 3,961,500

2014/15 Planned 3,169,200 792,300 $ 3,961,500

Prior & Current Year Actuals

Carry Forward FY 2013/14

2013/14 Recommended

2014/15 Planned

$

58,549 58,549

Prior & Current Year Actuals

$

-

Prior & Current Year Actuals

$

57,378 57,378

$

538,091 538,091

Carry Forward FY 2013/14

$

-

Carry Forward FY 2013/14

$

17,622 17,622

$

452,800 2,716,400 3,169,200

$

2013/14 Recommended

$

113,200 679,100 792,300

$

2016/17 Planned $ -

2017/18 Planned $ -

2015/16 Planned

2016/17 Planned

2017/18 Planned

-

-

-

$

2014/15 Planned

$

2013/14 Recommended -

452,800 2,716,400 3,169,200

2015/16 Planned $ -

$

113,200 679,100 792,300

$

$

$

2015/16 Planned

2016/17 Planned

2017/18 Planned

-

-

-

$

$

2014/15 Planned

2015/16 Planned

2016/17 Planned

2017/18 Planned

-

-

-

-

$

$

$

$

Total Allocations 6,935,040 1,584,600 75,000 107,070 8,701,710 Total Allocations

$

905,600 596,640 5,432,800 6,935,040 Total Allocations

$

226,400 1,358,200 1,584,600 Total Allocations

$

75,000 75,000


Capital Improvement Project Plan

WW 10-15

Project Number: WW 10-15

Project Name: WRP-1 MBR Expansion Improvements Phase 1

Department Responsible: Public Works / Greg Gibson

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Use of Funds City's 20% Portion of Cost Fund (105) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total City's 20% Portion of Cost Fund (105): Total Expenditures:

Prior & Current Year Actuals

$

9,943 9,943

$

125,870

Carry Forward FY 2013/14

2013/14 Recommended

$

97,127 97,127

$

$

652,840

$

3,961,500

$ $

2014/15 Planned

2015/16 Planned

2016/17 Planned

2017/18 Planned

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

107,070 107,070

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

8,701,710

3,961,500

Total Allocations


Capital Improvement Project Plan

WW 11-06

Project Number: WW 11-06

Project Name: Crossroads Wastewater Treatment Plant Expansion

Department Responsible: Public Works / Greg Gibson

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Project Description: Crossroads Waste Water Treatment Plant (WWTP) Expansion - Expand existing WWTP to provide additional 114,000 gpd capacity, for a total of 330,000 gpd sewer treatment capacity. Includes preliminary design, permitting, CEQA, final design and construction of capital improvements for the wastewater treatment plant, effluent pumping station, pipelines and land disposal areas. Justification: Crossroads WWTP Improvements - the existing treatment plant needs to be expanded to be able to provide for additional development in the Crossroads Commerce Center.

Crossroads Plant


Capital Improvement Project Plan

WW 11-06

Project Number: WW 11-06

Project Name: Crossroads Wastewater Treatment Plant Expansion

Department Responsible: Public Works / Greg Gibson

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Project Components & Estimated Timeline

Source of Funds Developer Project Fund (271) Developer Funded RC Per Agreement (271) Crossroads Fund (605) Crossroads Capital Replacement Fund (607) Total Revenues: Use of Funds Developer Project Fund (271) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total Developer Project Fund (271): Use of Funds Crossroads Fund (605) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total Crossroads Fund (605): Use of Funds Crossroads Capital Replacement Fund (607) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total Xrds Capital Replacement Fund (607): Total Expenditures:

Critical Date Fall 2013 Winter 2014 Spring 2014 Summer 2014 Fall 2015

Components Feasibility & Permitting Design Phase Bid Process Construction Phase Completion

Descriptions Complete feasibility studies, permitting with the RWQCB Prepare Plans and Specifications City Staff approves plans and authorize bidding the project Council awards the contract and construction begins Improvements complete and accepted by City Council

Prior & Current Year Actuals 33,108 179,127 9,192 22,116 $ 243,544

Carry Forward FY 2013/14 316,715 75,133 $ 391,848

2013/14 Recommended $ -

2014/15 Planned 5,900,000 167,500 $ 6,067,500

Prior & Current Year Actuals

Carry Forward FY 2013/14

2013/14 Recommended

2014/15 Planned

$

212,236 212,236

Prior & Current Year Actuals

$

9,192 9,192

Prior & Current Year Actuals

$

391,848 391,848

Carry Forward FY 2013/14

$

-

Carry Forward FY 2013/14

$

22,116 22,116

$

$

243,544

$

391,848

$

-

$

2013/14 Recommended

$

-

$

2013/14 Recommended

$

-

$

-

5,900,000 5,900,000

2015/16 Planned $ -

2016/17 Planned $ -

2017/18 Planned $ -

2015/16 Planned

2016/17 Planned

2017/18 Planned

-

-

-

$

$

$

2014/15 Planned

2015/16 Planned

2016/17 Planned

2017/18 Planned

-

-

-

-

$

2014/15 Planned

$

$

$

Total Allocations 6,249,823 254,260 9,192 189,616 6,702,891 Total Allocations

$

604,084 5,900,000 6,504,084 Total Allocations

$

9,192 9,192 Total Allocations

2015/16 Planned

2016/17 Planned

2017/18 Planned

$

-

$

-

$

22,116 167,500 189,616

$

-

$

-

$

6,702,892

$

167,500 167,500

$

-

$

6,067,500

$

-


Capital Improvement Project Plan

WW 12-07

Project Number: WW 12-07

Project Name: Sewer Plant Upgrades and Maintenance

Department Responsible: Public Works / Greg Gibson

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Project Description: This project completes maintenance and various upgrades of the treatment systems at Lathrop's Crossroads and MBR sewer treatment plants. Maintenance items are required to maintain compliance with the City's State Permits to operate a sewer treatment plant. Improvements are described in Five Year Capital Replacement Plan Reports prepared by Veolia, who is under a contract to operate the wastewater treatment plants. Some items are anticipated to be addressed in CIPs that have been developed for planned expansions of the plants. However, if the expansion projects are delayed, these improvements will need to be covered under this project. Justification: The City's Crossroads and MBR sewer treatment plants require upgrades to many of the plant systems to maintain compliance with the RWQCB permit. Additionally, maintenance is required to keep the plant running efficiently.

Crossroads Plant

MBR Plant


Capital Improvement Project Plan

WW 12-07

Project Number: WW 12-07

Project Name: Sewer Plant Upgrades and Maintenance

Department Responsible: Public Works / Greg Gibson

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Project Components & Estimated Timeline

Source of Funds Water Recycling Plant #1 Cap Repl Fund (607) WW Recycled Water Repl Fund (611) Total Revenues:

Use of Funds Water Recycling Plt #1 Cap Repl Fund (607) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total WRP#1 Cap Repl Fund (607):

Use of Funds WW Recycling Water Repl Fund (611) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total WW Recycling Water Rep Fund (611): Total Expenditures:

Critical Date Spring 2013 Summer 2013 Annual

Components Preliminary Assessment Project Planning Program Implementation

Descriptions Veolia to complete evaluation and develop scope of upgrades and maintenance Develop upgrade and maintenance program Construct upgrades and update 5 year program

Prior & Current Year Actuals 12,137 12,137 $ 24,274

Carry Forward FY 2013/14 47,863 47,863 $ 95,726

2013/14 Recommended 73,500 210,700 $ 284,200

2014/15 Planned 20,000 $ 20,000

2015/16 Planned 19,750 18,500 $ 38,250

2016/17 Planned 20,000 $ 20,000

Prior & Current Year Actuals

Carry Forward FY 2013/14

2013/14 Recommended

2014/15 Planned

2015/16 Planned

2016/17 Planned

$

12,137 12,137

Prior & Current Year Actuals

$

12,137 12,137

$

24,274

$

47,863 47,863

Carry Forward FY 2013/14

$

47,863 47,863

$

95,726

$

73,500 73,500

$

2013/14 Recommended

$

210,700 210,700

$

284,200

20,000 20,000

$

2014/15 Planned

$

-

$

20,000

19,750 19,750

$

2015/16 Planned

20,000 20,000

2017/18 Planned $ -

$

2017/18 Planned

$

-

Total Allocations 193,250 289,200 482,450 Total Allocations

$

193,250 193,250

2016/17 Planned

2017/18 Planned

$

-

$

289,200 289,200

$

-

$

482,450

$

18,500 18,500

$

-

$

38,250

$

20,000

Total Allocations


Capital Improvement Project Plan

WW 13-02

Project Number: WW 13-02

Project Name: East Side Wastewater Collection System

Department Responsible: Public Works / Greg Gibson

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Project Description: This project entails the assessment, rehabilitation and eventual relocation of approximately 3,628 lineal feet of existing sewer pipelines located along the rear lot lines of residential neighborhoods in East Lathrop to within the public right-of-way. Phase I will consist of video inspection to assess the pipelines' condition, and rehabilitation if needed. Design, engineering and coordination with property owners to relocate the pipelines to the public right-of-way will occur in future phases. Justification: The sewer pipelines need to be assessed, rehabilitated and eventually relocated to within the public right-of-way so they may be accessed for maintenance purposes.


Capital Improvement Project Plan

WW 13-02

Project Number: WW 13-02

Project Name: East Side Wastewater Collection System

Department Responsible: Public Works / Greg Gibson

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Project Components & Estimated Timeline

Source of Funds Sewer Capital Replacement Fund (606) Total Revenues:

Use of Funds Sewer Capital Replacement Fund (606) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total Sewer Capital Replacement Fund (606): Total Expenditures:

Critical Date Spring 2013 Summer 2013 Winter 2014 Summer 2015 Winter 2017 Spring 2017

Components Preliminary Assessment (Phase I) Design and Engineering (Phase II) Rehabilitation (Phase II) Design and Engineering (Phase III) Construction (Phase III) Completion (Phase III)

Prior & Current Year Actuals $ -

Carry Forward FY 2013/14 25,000 $ 25,000

2013/14 Recommended 75,000 $ 75,000

Prior & Current Year Actuals

Carry Forward FY 2013/14

2013/14 Recommended

$

-

$

-

$

25,000 25,000

$

25,000

Descriptions Hire consultant for feasibility study, TV sewer lines to determine their condition. Design, engineering, coordination with property owners, preparation of plans and specs Rehabilitate existing pipes Design, engineering, coordination with property owners, preparation of plans and specs Council awards the contract and construction begins Improvements complete and accepted by City Council

2014/15 Planned $ -

2015/16 Planned $ -

2014/15 Planned

2015/16 Planned

-

$

75,000 75,000

$

-

$

-

$

75,000

$

-

$

-

2016/17 Planned 235,000 $ 235,000

2017/18 Planned 1,200,000 $ 1,200,000

2016/17 Planned

2017/18 Planned

$

235,000 235,000

$

235,000

$

Total Allocations 1,535,000 1,535,000 Total Allocations

$

1,200,000 1,200,000

$

25,000 1,510,000 1,535,000

$

1,200,000

$

1,535,000


Capital Improvement Project Plan

WW 13-09

Project Number: WW 13-09

Project Name: Wastewater Pump Station Improvements

Department Responsible: Public Works / Greg Gibson

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Project Description: Wastewater Pump Station Improvements - to repair the liners in the wet wells at the 'J' Street and Easy Court wastewater pump stations, and to modify piping and improve site access at the Stonebridge wastewater pump station. Also, improvements are needed at the Mossdale wastewater pump station to improve site access and repairs/modifications to the overhead crane and hoist used to pull the pumps for repair. Justification: Wastewater Pump Station Improvements are needed to reduce the potential for sanitary sewer overflows and to correct existing deficiencies that prevent safe, efficient operation and maintenance of these facilities.


Capital Improvement Project Plan

WW 13-09

Project Number: WW 13-09

Project Name: Wastewater Pump Station Improvements

Department Responsible: Public Works / Greg Gibson

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Project Components & Estimated Timeline

Source of Funds Sewer Capital Replacement Fund (606) WW Recycled Water Cap. Repl. Fund (611) Total Revenues:

Use of Funds Sewer Capital Replacement Fund (606) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total Sewer Capital Replacement Fund (606):

Use of Funds WW Recycled Water Cap. Repl. Fund (611) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total WW RW Cap. Repl. Fund (611) Total Expenditures:

Critical Date Spring 2013 Summer 2013 Fall 2013 Winter 2014 Spring 2014

Components Preliminary Assessment Design and Engineering Bid Process Construction Completion

Descriptions Hire consultant to review facilities to assess their condition. Design, engineering, preparation of plans and specs City Staff approves the plans and authorize bidding the project Council awards the contract and construction begins Improvements complete and accepted by City Council

Prior & Current Year Actuals $ -

Carry Forward FY 2013/14 150,000 $ 150,000

2013/14 Recommended 125,000 $ 125,000

Prior & Current Year Actuals

Carry Forward FY 2013/14

2013/14 Recommended

$

-

Prior & Current Year Actuals

$

25,000 125,000 150,000

Carry Forward FY 2013/14

$

-

$

$

-

$

150,000

$

-

2014/15 Planned $ -

2015/16 Planned $ -

2016/17 Planned $ -

2017/18 Planned $ -

2014/15 Planned

2015/16 Planned

2016/17 Planned

2017/18 Planned

-

-

-

-

$

2013/14 Recommended

-

$

$

$

$

Total Allocations 150,000 125,000 275,000 Total Allocations

$

25,000 125,000 150,000

2014/15 Planned

2015/16 Planned

2016/17 Planned

2017/18 Planned

-

$

-

$

-

$

12,500 112,500 125,000

$

-

$

-

$

275,000

$

12,500 112,500 125,000

$

-

$

-

$

125,000

$

-

$

-

Total Allocations


FUTURE PLANNED CIP’S 


Capital Improvement Project Plan

GG 08-05

Project Number: GG 08-05

Project Name: Animal Shelter

Department Responsible: Animal Services

Contact Number: 209-941-7241

Project Description: Animal Shelter

Justification: CFF fees have been and are currently being collected under Municipal Services for an Animal Shelter.


Capital Improvement Project Plan

GG 08-05

Project Number: GG 08-05

Project Name: Animal Shelter

Department Responsible: Animal Services

Contact Number: 209-941-7241 Critical Date -

Project Components & Estimated Timeline

Source of Funds City Services Fund (227) Total Revenues:

Use of Funds City Services Fund (227) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total City Services Fund (227): Total Expenditures:

Descriptions Appraisal, negotiations & grading of site Prepare Plans and Specifications Council approves plans and authorize bidding the project Council awards the contract and construction begins The building is constructed and ready to occupy

Components Acquisition & Preparation Design Phase Bid Process Construction Phase Completion

Prior & Current Year Actuals $ -

Carry Forward FY 2013/14 $ -

2013/14 Recommended $ -

2014/15 Planned $ -

2015/16 Planned $ -

2016/17 Planned $ -

Prior & Current Year Actuals

Carry Forward FY 2013/14

2013/14 Recommended

2014/15 Planned

2015/16 Planned

2016/17 Planned

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

2017/18 Planned 5,055,000 $ 5,055,000

Total Allocations 5,055,000 $ 5,055,000

2017/18 Planned

Total Allocations

$

956,000 566,000 685,000 2,848,000 5,055,000

$

956,000 566,000 685,000 2,848,000 5,055,000

$

5,055,000

$

5,055,000


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PK 14-05

Project Number: PK 14-05

Project Name: River Park North Booster Pump

Department Responsible: Parks & Recreation / Ken Reed

Contact Number: 209-941-7360

Project Description: We need to install a booster pump and associated plumbing to facilitate better water pressure on the site.

Justification: During the peak watering time between 9:00 pm and 6:00 am we have a pressure problem at the North River Park and we will need to install a booster pump with controls and plumbing to allow us to irrigate this park without special programming.


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PK 14-05

Project Number: PK 14-05

Project Name: River Park North Booster Pump

Department Responsible: Parks & Recreation / Ken Reed

Contact Number: 209-941-7360 Critical Date NA Summer 2013 Fall 2013 Summer 2014 Summer 2014

Project Components & Estimated Timeline

Source of Funds Mossdale CFD Capital Replacement (259) Total Revenues:

Use of Funds Mossdale CFD Capital Replacement (259) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous

Prior & Current Year Actuals $

-

Prior & Current Year Actuals

Components Acquisition & Preparation Design Phase Bid Process Construction Phase Completion Carry Forward FY 2013/14 $

-

2013/14 Recommended $

Carry Forward FY 2013/14

-

Descriptions Appraisal, negotiations & grading of site Prepare Plans and Specifications Bidding Project Council awards the contract and construction begins Construction is complete

-

2014/15 Planned 18,000 $ 18,000

2013/14 Recommended

-

2014/15 Planned

-

Total Mossdale CFD Capital Replacement (259):

$

-

$

-

$

-

Total Expenditures:

$

-

$

-

$

-

2015/16 Planned $ -

$

18,000 18,000

$

18,000

2016/17 Planned $ -

2015/16 Planned

$

-

$

-

2017/18 Planned $ -

2016/17 Planned

$

-

$

-

Total Allocations 18,000 $ 18,000

2017/18 Planned

Total Allocations

$

-

$

18,000 18,000

$

-

$

18,000


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PS 06-06

Project Number: PS 06-06

Project Name: Louise Ave & I-5 Improvements

Department Responsible: Public Works / Michael King

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Project Description: This project completes the ultimate interchange improvements at Louise Avenue and Interstate 5. Interim improvements were constructed as part of CIP PS11-02 at this interchange to ensure that adequate level of traffic services were met. The ultimate interchange improvements include widening northbound ramps, relocating and widening southbound ramps, signal improvements, and retaining wall construction. Mark Thomas & Co. has completed the Project Study Report (PSR). The project will be put on hold upon completion of the EIR and Project Report and funding is available to construct these improvements.

Justification: This project will accommodate traffic for near future development within the local interchange area.


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PS 06-06

Project Number: PS 06-06

Project Name: Louise Ave & I-5 Improvements

Department Responsible: Public Works / Michael King

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Project Components & Estimated Timeline

Source of Funds Measure K Fund (211) CFF - W/C Lathrop Trans Fund (232) PS 1021 Xfer Developer Project Fund (271) Total Revenues: Use of Funds Measure K Fund (211) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total Measure K Fund (211): Use of Funds CFF - W/C Lathrop Trans Fund (232) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total CFF - W/C Lathrop Trans Fund (232): Use of Funds Developer Project Fund (271) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total Developer Project Fund (271): Total Expenditures:

Critical Date Spr / Sum 2013 Spr / Sum 2013 Winter 2012/13

Components DEIR DPR Approve EIR and Project Report

Descriptions Re-Submit Draft EIR to Caltrans Submit Draft Project Report to Caltrans

Prior & Current Year Actuals 1,632,047 222,708 $ 1,854,755

Carry Forward FY 2013/14 122,442 $ 122,442

2013/14 Recommended $ -

2014/15 Planned 150,000 $ 150,000

Prior & Current Year Actuals

Carry Forward FY 2013/14

2013/14 Recommended

$

-

Prior & Current Year Actuals

$

1,343,344 288,703 1,632,047

Prior & Current Year Actuals

$

-

Carry Forward FY 2013/14

$

122,442 122,442

Carry Forward FY 2013/14

$

212,944 9,764 222,708

$

$

1,854,755

$

122,442

$

-

$

2013/14 Recommended

$

-

$

2013/14 Recommended

$

-

$

-

2015/16 Planned $ -

2016/17 Planned $ -

2014/15 Planned

2015/16 Planned

2016/17 Planned

-

-

-

$

$

2014/15 Planned

2015/16 Planned

2016/17 Planned

-

-

-

$

2014/15 Planned

$

2017/18 Planned 3,000,000 22,200,000 $ 25,200,000

Total Allocations 3,000,000 23,954,489 372,708 $ 27,327,197

2017/18 Planned

Total Allocations

$

3,000,000 3,000,000 2017/18 Planned

$

3,600,000 18,600,000 22,200,000

2015/16 Planned

2016/17 Planned

2017/18 Planned

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

$

150,000 150,000

$

-

$

150,000

$

-

$

25,200,000

3,000,000 3,000,000 Total Allocations

$

1,465,786 3,600,000 18,888,703 23,954,489 Total Allocations

$

362,944 9,764 372,708

$

27,327,197


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PS 06-16

Project Number: PS 06-16

Project Name: Lathrop Road & I-5 Improvements

Department Responsible: Public Works / Michael King

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Project Description: This project completes the ultimate interchange improvements at Lathrop Road and Interstate 5. Interim improvements were constructed as part of CIP PS1028 at this interchange to ensure that adequate level of traffic services were met. The ultimate interchange improvements include relocating and widening northbound and southbound ramps, signal improvements, and retaining wall construction. Mark Thomas & Co. has completed the traffic study and prepared a geometric layout. A Project Study Report (PSR) needs to be submitted to Caltrans to initiate the project. Justification: This project will provide relief for existing congestion and will accommodate traffic for near future development within the local interchange area.


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PS 06-16

Project Number: PS 06-16

Project Name: Lathrop Road & I-5 Improvements

Department Responsible: Public Works / Michael King

Contact Number: 209-941-7430 Critical Date Summer 2016-2017

Project Components & Estimated Timeline

Source of Funds Measure K Renewal Fund (211) CFF - WLSP Regional Trans Fund (233) Federal Funds - IMD Award Fund (215) Developer Project - Richland Fund (271) Total Revenues:

Use of Funds Measure K Renewal Fund (211) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total Measure K Renewal Fund (211):

Use of Funds CFF - WLSP Regional Trans Fund (233) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total CFF - WLSP Regional Trans Fund (233):

Components

Descriptions

Begin Preliminary Engineering

Prior & Current Year Actuals 29,396 114,579 $ 143,975

Carry Forward FY 2013/14 $ -

2013/14 Recommended $ -

Prior & Current Year Actuals

Carry Forward FY 2013/14

2013/14 Recommended

$

-

Prior & Current Year Actuals

$

29,396 29,396

Prior & Current Year Actuals

Use of Funds Developer Project - Richland (271) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total Developer Project - Richland Fund (271)

$

114,579

Total Expenditures:

$

143,975

$

-

Carry Forward FY 2013/14

$

-

Carry Forward FY 2013/14

114,579 $

-

$

-

$

-

2014/15 Planned -

$

$

$ $

-

-

$

$

$

2014/15 Planned

$

100,000 100,000

$

100,000

$

2016/17 Planned -

2015/16 Planned

$

2016/17 Planned

$

-

$

-

2,950,000 2,950,000

$

$

$

$

-

$

2,950,000 2,950,000 Total Allocations

3,060,000 3,900,000 27,785,272 34,745,272

$

3,060,000 3,900,000 27,785,272 29,396 34,774,668 Total Allocations

2017/18 Planned -

Total Allocations 2,950,000 34,774,668 214,579 37,939,247 Total Allocations

2017/18 Planned -

$

$

2017/18 Planned -

$

2015/16 Planned -

-

2017/18 Planned 2,950,000 34,745,272 $ 37,695,272

2016/17 Planned -

$

2014/15 Planned

$

2016/17 Planned

2015/16 Planned -

$

2013/14 Recommended -

100,000 100,000 2014/15 Planned

2013/14 Recommended -

2015/16 Planned

37,695,272

$

214,579 214,579

$

37,939,247


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PS 11-10

Project Number: PS 11-10

Project Name: Roth Road/I-5 Interchange Improvements

Department Responsible: Public Works / Michael King

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Project Description: Engineering services to develop preliminary geometrics and preliminary construction cost estimates for various elements of the improvements at Roth Road/I-5 Interchange. Justification: San Joaquin County, the City of Manteca and the City of Lathrop have numerous projects that are being considered which will have impacts to the I5/Roth Road. A preliminary geometrics and construction cost estimate were prepared and the City of Lathrop approved an impact fee to pay for these required improvements. The intial improvements will realign Harlan Road farther away from I-5, allowing the Harlan/Roth intersection to be signalized.


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PS 11-10

Project Number: PS 11-10

Project Name: Roth Road/I-5 Interchange Improvements

Department Responsible: Public Works / Michael King

Contact Number: 209-941-7430 Critical Date 2016 2016 2016/17 2016/17 2017/18

Project Components & Estimated Timeline

Descriptions

Components Engineering Design Phase Bid Process Construction Phase Completion

Complete design/Caltrans approves Encroachment Permit Project bids and City Council awards contract Construction begins Improvements complete and accepted by City Council

Source of Funds CFF - W/C Lathrop Trans Fund (232) Unfunded Total Revenues:

Prior & Current Carry Forward Year Actuals FY 2013/14 13,851 2,229 $ 13,851 $ 2,229

2013/14 Recommended $ -

2014/15 Planned $ -

2015/16 Planned $ -

2016/17 Planned $ -

2017/18 Planned 5,000,000 $ 5,000,000

Total Allocations 16,080 5,000,000 $ 5,016,080

Use of Funds CFF - Traffic Mitigation Fund (225) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total CFF - Traffic Mitigation Fund (225):

Prior & Current Carry Forward Year Actuals FY 2013/14 $ $ -

2013/14 Recommended $ -

2014/15 Planned $ -

2015/16 Planned $ -

2016/17 Planned $ -

2017/18 Planned $ -

Total Allocations $ -

Use of Funds CFF - W/C Lathrop Trans Fund (232) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total CFF - W/C Lathrop Trans Fund (232):

Prior & Current Carry Forward Year Actuals FY 2013/14 13,851 2,229 $ 13,851 $ 2,229

2013/14 Recommended $ -

2014/15 Planned $ -

2015/16 Planned $ -

2016/17 Planned $ -

2017/18 Planned $ -

Total Allocations 16,080 $ 16,080

Use of Funds Unfunded Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total Unfunded:

Prior & Current Carry Forward Year Actuals FY 2013/14 $ $ -

2013/14 Recommended $ -

2014/15 Planned $ -

2015/16 Planned $ -

2016/17 Planned $ -

2017/18 Planned 5,000,000 $ 5,000,000

Total Allocations 5,000,000 $ 5,000,000

Total Expenditures:

$

$

$

$

$

$

$

13,851

$

2,229

-

-

-

-

5,000,000

5,016,080


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PS 12-06

Project Number: PS 12-06

Project Name: City of Lathrop Bridge Maintenance and Deck Treatment

Department Responsible: Public Works / Michael King

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Project Description: This project completes ongoing annual maintenance of the bridges within the City of Lathrop, including the Lathrop Road Easterly Grade Separation and Manthey Road Pedestrian Bridge over the San Joaquin River.

Justification: The bridges in the City of Lathrop require ongoing maintenance to ensure that they meet State requirements for safety. These bridges currently require repairs to bring them up to acceptable levels. Additionally, ongoing maintenance is required to keep them in conformance.

Mossdale Bridge


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PS 12-06

Project Number: PS 12-06

Project Name: City of Lathrop Bridge Maintenance and Deck Treatment

Department Responsible: Public Works / Michael King

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Project Components & Estimated Timeline

Source of Funds Unfunded Total Revenues:

Use of Funds Unfunded Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total Unfunded ( ) Total Expenditures:

Critical Date Spring 2014 Summer 2014

Descriptions Determine what work is necessary and develop maintenance program Create Plans and Specifications for initial maintenance items

Components Preliminary Assessment PS&E

Prior & Current Year Actuals $ -

Carry Forward FY 2013/14 $ -

2013/14 Recommended $ -

2014/15 Planned 200,000 $ 200,000

2015/16 Planned 200,000 $ 200,000

Prior & Current Year Actuals

Carry Forward FY 2013/14

2013/14 Recommended

2014/15 Planned

2015/16 Planned

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

30,000 170,000 200,000

$

200,000

Total Allocations 400,000 400,000

2016/17 Planned $ -

2017/18 Planned $ -

2016/17 Planned

2017/18 Planned

$

-

$

60,000 340,000 400,000

$

-

$

400,000

$

30,000 170,000 200,000

$

-

$

200,000

$

-

$

Total Allocations


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PS 14-04

Project Number: PS 14-04

Project Name: Harlan Road Precise Plan Line

Department Responsible: Community Development - Glenn Gebhardt

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Project Description: Complete precise planline of Harlan Road approaching Roth Road and Right of Way Acquisition.

Justification: The North Lathrop Impact Fee Study was created to establish the fair share fee to improve the Roth Road/Interstate 5 Interchange. The City will receive revenue from this fee from the UPRR Intermodal Expansion project and from the center point project in Manteca. This first phase of interchange improvements will include completion of the precise plan line for Harlan Road, identification of property to acquired and will begin right of way acquisition. This way, Harlan Road can be realigned and Caltrans will allow the intersection of Roth Road and Harlan Road to be signalized.


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PS 14-04

Project Number: PS 14-04

Project Name: Harlan Road Precise Plan Line

Department Responsible: Community Development - Glenn Gebhardt

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Project Components & Estimated Timeline

Source of Funds North Lathrop Impact Fee CFF Fund (242) Total Revenues:

Use of Funds North Lathrop Impact Fee CFF Fund (242) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total North Lathrop Impact Fee Fund (242): Total Expenditures:

Critical Date Summer 2013 Fall 2013 Winter 2014 Spring 2014

Components Design Phase Bid/Award Project Construction Construction Completion

Descriptions Review Survey/Prepare Construction Documents Project bids and City Council awards contract Construction begins Construction is completed/Update Database

Prior & Current Carry Forward Year Actuals FY 2013/14 $ $ -

2013/14 Recommended $ -

2014/15 Planned 500,000 $ 500,000

Prior & Current Year Actuals

2013/14 Recommended

2014/15 Planned

$

-

$

-

Carry Forward FY 2013/14

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

2015/16 Planned $ -

2016/17 Planned $ -

2017/18 Planned $ -

2015/16 Planned

2016/17 Planned

2017/18 Planned

$

-

$

-

$

500,000 500,000

$

-

$

-

$

500,000

$

500,000 500,000

$

-

$

500,000

$

-

Total Allocations 500,000 $ 500,000

Total Allocations


Capital Improvement Project Plan

SD 08-07

Project Number: SD 08-07

Project Name: Shilling Storm Water Pump Station & Force Main

Department Responsible: Public Works/Joseph Reyes

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Project Description: The Shilling Storm Water Pump Station and Force Main project implements one part of a sub-regional storm drainage solution for the Lathrop Acres, 5th, 6th, and 7th Street, Stonebridge, and Interstate 5/Lathrop Road Interchange Area.

Justification: The City is currently updating its storm drainage master plan to provide storm drainage solutions for the area east of Interstate 5.


Capital Improvement Project Plan

SD 08-07

Project Number: SD 08-07

Project Name: Shilling Storm Water Pump Station & Force Main

Department Responsible: Public Works/Joseph Reyes

Contact Number: 209-941-7430 Critical Date N/A TBD TBD TBD TBD

Project Components & Estimated Timeline

Source of Funds CFF - RTIF Lathrop Local East Fund (234) Developer Deposit - Walgreens & Harley Fund (271) Total Revenues:

Use of Funds CFF - RTIF Lathrop Local East Fund (234) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total CFF-RTIF Lathrop Local East Fund (234):

Use of Funds Developer Deposit - Walgreens & Harley Fund (271) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total Developer Deposit Fund (271): Total Expenditures:

Prior & Current Year Actuals $ Prior & Current Year Actuals

$

Prior & Current Year Actuals

$

-

$

-

Components Acquisition & Preparation Design Phase Bid Process Construction Phase Completion

Descriptions Appraisal, negotiations & grading of site Prepare Plans and Specifications Council approves plans and authorize bidding the project Council awards the contract and construction begins Improvements complete and accepted by City Council

Carry Forward FY 2013/14 150,000 132,000 $ 282,000

2013/14 Recommended $ -

2014/15 Planned $ -

2015/16 Planned $ -

2016/17 Planned $ -

Carry Forward FY 2013/14

2013/14 Recommended

2014/15 Planned

2015/16 Planned

2016/17 Planned

-

-

-

$

150,000 150,000

Carry Forward FY 2013/14

$

132,000 132,000

$

282,000

$

-

$

2013/14 Recommended

$

$

2017/18 Planned 1,350,000 $ 1,350,000

Total Allocations 1,500,000 132,000 $ 1,632,000

2017/18 Planned

Total Allocations

$

50,000 1,300,000 1,350,000

2014/15 Planned

2015/16 Planned

2016/17 Planned

2017/18 Planned

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

1,350,000

$

50,000 150,000 1,300,000 1,500,000 Total Allocations

$

132,000 132,000

$

1,632,000


REGULATORY COMPLIANCE  PROGRAMS 


Regulatory Compliance Program

PW 10-09

Project Number: PW 10-09

Project Name: Urban Water Management Plan

Department Responsible: Public Works / Greg Gibson

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Project Description: The Urban Water Management Planning Act requires urban water suppliers to prepare an Urban Water Management Plan (UWMP) to describe and evaluate sources of water supply, efficient uses of water, demand management measures, implementation strategy and schedule, and other relevant information and programs. The UWMP may be used as the basis for SB 610/SB 221 Water Supply Assessments and Written Verification of Water Supply reports required for approval of large new development projects. The UWMP needs to be updated every five years on years ending in 0 and 5. The 2005 UWMP includes 14 Demand Management Measures (DMMs) or water conservation programs that are to be implemented in accordance with the California Urban Water Conservation Council Memorandum of Understanding per AB 1420 requirements to receive the SRF funding for the Arsenic Reduction project. DMMs include maintenance of a water system map (GIS), maintenance of an asset management program, conservation education, and system maintenance and monitoring. Justification: Development and implementation of the UWMP is required for compliance with UWMP Act to ensure the appropriate level of reliability in its water service sufficient to meet the needs of its various categories of customers during normal, dry, and multiple dry years. Also required by AB 1420 to meet the loan terms and conditions for SRF funding of Arsenic Reduction project, and to meet future water demands through water conservation measures identified in the Water Supply Study.


Regulatory Compliance Program

PW 10-09

Project Number: PW 10-09

Project Name: Urban Water Management Plan

Department Responsible: Public Works / Greg Gibson

Contact Number: 209-941-7430 Critical Date June-11 June-12 June-13 June-14

Project Components & Estimated Timeline

Source of Funds Water Fund (562) Total Revenues: Use of Funds Water Fund (562) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total Water Fund (562): Total Expenditures:

Components UWMP 2010/Implementation UWMP Implementation UWMP Implementation UWMP Implementation

Descriptions Implementation of DMMs Implementation of DMMs Implementation of DMMs Implementation of DMMs

Prior & Current Year Actuals 57,420 $ 57,420

Carry Forward FY 2013/14 93,076 $ 93,076

2013/14 Recommended 46,463 $ 46,463

2014/15 Planned 48,789 $ 48,789

2015/16 Planned 85,447 $ 85,447

2016/17 Planned 53,799 $ 53,799

Prior & Current Year Actuals

Carry Forward FY 2013/14

2013/14 Recommended

2014/15 Planned

2015/16 Planned

2016/17 Planned

$

57,295 125 57,420

$

57,420

$

46,066 47,010 93,076

$

93,076

$

41,463 5,000 46,463

$

46,463

$

48,789 48,789

$

48,789

$

85,447 85,447

$

85,447

$

53,799 53,799

$

53,799

2017/18 Planned -

$

$

2017/18 Planned

Total Allocations 384,994 384,994 Total Allocations

$

-

$

144,824 240,170 384,994

$

-

$

384,994


Regulatory Compliance Program

SD 14-10

Project Number: SD 14-10

Project Name: Storm Water Management Plan

Department Responsible: Public Works / Michael King

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Project Description: The Storm Water Management Plan consists of Best Management Practices (BMPs) under six Minimum Control Measures that is required for coverage under the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Phase II General Permit for storm water discharges from Small Municipal Separate Storm Sewer Systems (Small MS4s). The MS4 permit was recently revised and additional reporting and measurement requirements have been adopted and will be phased in over the next 3 years. Justification: Urban runoff is a leading cause of pollution throughout the State. Development and implementation of the UWMP is required for compliance with the NPDES Small MS4 Phase II General Permit for storm water discharges to protect water quality and control urban runoff.


Regulatory Compliance Program

SD 14-10

Project Number: SD 14-10

Project Name: Storm Water Management Plan

Department Responsible: Public Works / Michael King

Contact Number: 209-941-7430 Critical Date 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018

Project Components & Estimated Timeline

Source of Funds Crossroads Storm Drain Fund (250) Storm Drain Fund (251) Stonebridge Drainage & Lighting Fund (256) Mossdale CFD Fund (257) Total Revenues:

Use of Funds Crossroads Storm Drain Fund (250) Project Management Implementation Update Miscellaneous Total Crossroads Storm Drain Fund (250):

Use of Funds Storm Drain Fund (251) Project Management Implementation Update Miscellaneous Total Storm Drain Fund (251):

Components SWMP Implementation SWMP Implementation SWMP Implementation SWMP Implementation SWMP Implementation

Descriptions Implementation of BMPs Implementation of BMPs Implementation of BMPs Implementation of BMPs Implementation of BMPs

Prior & Current Year Actuals $ -

Carry Forward FY 2013/14 $ -

2013/14 Recommended 5,400 5,360 5,000 5,300 $ 21,060

2014/15 Planned 8,000 8,000 8,000 8,000 $ 32,000

2015/16 Planned 5,400 5,360 5,000 5,300 $ 21,060

2016/17 Planned 5,400 5,360 5,000 5,300 $ 21,060

2017/18 Planned 5,400 5,360 5,000 5,300 $ 21,060

Prior & Current Year Actuals

Carry Forward FY 2013/14

2013/14 Recommended

2014/15 Planned

2015/16 Planned

2016/17 Planned

2017/18 Planned

$

-

Prior & Current Year Actuals

$

-

$

-

Carry Forward FY 2013/14

$

-

$

5,400 5,400

$

2013/14 Recommended

$

5,360 5,360

8,000 8,000

$

2014/15 Planned

$

8,000 8,000

5,400 5,400

$

2015/16 Planned

$

5,360 5,360

5,400 5,400

$

2016/17 Planned

$

5,360 5,360

5,400 5,400

$

Total Allocations

$

2017/18 Planned

$

5,360 5,360

Total Allocations 29,600 29,440 28,000 29,200 116,240

29,600 29,600 Total Allocations

$

29,440 29,440


Regulatory Compliance Program

SD 14-10

Project Number: SD 14-10

Project Name: Storm Water Management Plan

Department Responsible: Public Works / Michael King

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Use of Funds Stonebridge Drainage & Lighting Fund (256) Project Management Implementation Update Miscellaneous Total Stonebridge D & L Fund (256):

Use of Funds Mossdale CFD Fund (257) Project Management Implementation Update Miscellaneous Total Mossdale CFD Fund (257): Total Expenditures:

Prior & Current Year Actuals

$

-

Prior & Current Year Actuals

$

-

$

-

Carry Forward FY 2013/14

$

-

Carry Forward FY 2013/14

$

-

$

-

2013/14 Recommended

$

5,000 5,000

2014/15 Planned

$

2013/14 Recommended

$

5,300 5,300

$

21,060

8,000 8,000

2015/16 Planned

$

2014/15 Planned

$

8,000 8,000

$

32,000

5,000 5,000

2016/17 Planned

$

2015/16 Planned

$

5,300 5,300

$

21,060

5,000 5,000

2017/18 Planned

$

2016/17 Planned

$

5,300 5,300

$

21,060

5,000 5,000

Total Allocations

$

2017/18 Planned

28,000 28,000 Total Allocations

$

5,300 5,300

$

29,200 29,200

$

21,060

$

116,240


Regulatory Compliance Program

WW 11-08

Project Number: WW 11-08

Project Name: Sewer System Management Plan

Department Responsible: Public Works / Greg Gibson

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Project Description: The City of Lathrop, along with all public entities that own or operate sanitary sewer systems in the State of California, is required by the State Water Resources Control Board (SWRCB) Order No. 2006-0003 to develop and implement a Sewer System Management Plan (SSMP). The SSMP consists of eleven elements that are prescribed by the State Order. The City of Lathrop prepared and adopted a SSMP in 2009. A comprehensive update of the SSMP is required every 5 years.

Justification: Development and implementation of the SSMP is required by the State Water Resources Control Board (SWRCB) under Order No. 2006-003-DWQ to reduce sewer system overflows and protect the public health and the environment.


Regulatory Compliance Program

WW 11-08

Project Number: WW 11-08

Project Name: Sewer System Management Plan

Department Responsible: Public Works / Greg Gibson

Contact Number: 209-941-7430 Critical Date June-10 June-11 June-12 June-13 June-14

Project Components & Estimated Timeline

Source of Funds MWQCF Collection System Fund (601) Crossroads Collection System Fund (605) MBR#1 WRP Fund (608) Total Revenues:

Use of Funds MWQCF Collection System Fund (601) Project Management Implementation Update Miscellaneous Total MWQCF Collection System Fund (601):

Use of Funds Crossroads Collection System Fund (605) Project Management Implementation Update Miscellaneous Total Crossroads Collection System Fund (605):

Use of Funds MBR#1 WRP Fund (608) Project Management Implementation Update Miscellaneous Total MBR#1 WRP Fund (608): Total Expenditures:

Components SSMP Implementation SSMP Implementation SSMP Implementation SSMP Implementation SSMP update and implementation

Descriptions Implementation of SSMP Elements Implementation of SSMP Elements Implementation of SSMP Elements Implementation of SSMP Elements SSMP Update and Implementation of SSMP Elements

Prior & Current Year Actuals $ -

Carry Forward FY 2013/14 $ -

2013/14 Recommended 3,333 3,333 50,000 $ 56,666

2014/15 Planned 3,333 3,333 50,000 $ 56,666

2015/16 Planned 3,333 3,333 50,000 $ 56,666

2016/17 Planned 3,333 3,333 50,000 $ 56,666

2017/18 Planned 3,333 3,333 50,000 $ 56,666

Prior & Current Year Actuals

Carry Forward FY 2013/14

2013/14 Recommended

2014/15 Planned

2015/16 Planned

2016/17 Planned

2017/18 Planned

$

-

Prior & Current Year Actuals

$

-

Prior & Current Year Actuals

$

-

$

-

$

-

Carry Forward FY 2013/14

$

-

Carry Forward FY 2013/14

$

-

$

-

$

3,333 3,333

$

2013/14 Recommended

$

3,333 3,333

$ $

56,666

$

2014/15 Planned

$

2013/14 Recommended 50,000 50,000

3,333 3,333

3,333 3,333

$ $

56,666

$

2015/16 Planned

$

2014/15 Planned 50,000 50,000

3,333 3,333

3,333 3,333

$ $

56,666

$

2016/17 Planned

$

2015/16 Planned 50,000 50,000

3,333 3,333

3,333 3,333

$ $

56,666

Total Allocations

$

2017/18 Planned

$

2016/17 Planned 50,000 50,000

3,333 3,333

$

3,333 3,333

Total Allocations 16,665 16,665 250,000 283,330

16,665 16,665 Total Allocations

$

2017/18 Planned

16,665 16,665 Total Allocations

$

50,000 50,000

$

250,000 250,000

$

56,666

$

283,330


THE END 


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