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Capital Improvement Programs Fiscal Year 2010-2011


CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM 

355


Capital Improvement Program Fiscal Year 2010-11 through 2014-15

Project Description General Government and Public Safety East Lathrop Youth Complex Phase 1 Master Plan Animal Shelter Capital Facility Fee Study Interim Corporation Yard Retaining Wall and Landscapeing at Towne Centre Dr & Village Ave (Tract 3410) GG 10-22 Police Services Study GG 11-09 Financial Management System General Government and Public Safety Subtotal:

GG 04-01 GG 08-05 GG 09-13 GG 10-01 GG 10-17

PK 03-03 PK 07-07 PK 09-05 PK 10-06 PK 11-04

Parks & Recreation Improvements Community Center Expansion Valverde Park Phase II Construction Lathrop Skate Park Improvements Central Control Irrigation Sys Expansion & Upgrades Crescent Park Basketball Court Parks & Recreation Subtotal:

Street Improvements PS 97-02 Westerly Grade Separation PS 02-04 Fifth Street Bikeway PS 02-24 Lathrop Road Widening Rehab PS 06-06 Louise Avenue and I-5 Improvements PS 06-16 Lathrop Road and I-5 Improvements PS 07-09 Louise Avenue Rehab Phase II PS 08-02 Sidewalk Repair Program PS 08-12 Harlan Road Widening and Rehabilitation Phase 1 PS 09-04 River Islands Parkway & Bradshaw Crossing Bridge PS 09-08 Traffic Calming Measures PS 09-09 Louise Avenue/McKinley Avenue Improvements PS 10-05 Roth and Harlan Road Improvements PS 10-14 Golden Valley Parkway Phase 3B Improvements PS 10-19 Harlan Road Improvements Phase 1B PS 10-21 I-5 Louise Avenue Interchange Improvements Phase 2 PS 10-23 Valverde Park Sidewalk Improvements PS 10-26 Street Light LED Replacement & Installation PS 10-28 Lathrop Road & I-5 Interim Improvements PS 11-01 City-wide Road Maintenance & Repair Program PS 11-02 Louise Ave & I-5 Interim Improvements PS 11-03 Thomsen Road Right of Way Improvements Street Subtotal:

Prior & Current Carry Forward Year Actuals FY 10-11

$ $ $ $ $

131,923 69,972 6,000 -

$ $ $

11,091 $ $ 218,986 $

$ $ $ $ $ $

513,737 19,964 29,513 563,214

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

$ $ $ $ $

$ $ $ $ $ $

386,860 $ 2,365 $ 34,912 $ 1,685,236 $ 143,975 $ 1,539,213 $ 42,095 $ 75,261 $ 384,501 $ $ 227,208 $ $ $ 440 $ 607 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 4,522,673 $

3,977,160 1,428 424,000 300,000

New Funding Request FY 10-11

$ $ $ $ $

38,909 $ $ 4,741,497 $

84,000 1,987 85,987

$ $ $ $ $ $

833,140 $ 64,217 $ 353,132 $ 291,961 $ $ 1,548,880 $ 77,905 $ 371,289 $ 27,430 $ 40,689 $ 72,792 $ $ 1,000,000 $ 249,560 $ 189,843 $ 43,531 $ 93,810 $ 93,723 $ $ 140,000 $ $ 5,491,902 $

356

40,000 -

Planned FY 2011-12

$ $ $ $ $

$ 25,000 $ 65,000 $

253,566 65,000 318,566

$ $ $ $ $ $

-

Planned FY 2012-13

$ $ $ $ $

$ 10,000 $ 10,000 $

50,000 40,000 90,000

$ $ $ $ $ $

3,032,000 $ 10,855,000 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 88,069 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 75,000 $ $ $ 440,672 $ $ $ $ $ $ 3,000 $ $ 634,832 $ 2,950,000 $ 579,608 $ $ 645,975 $ 3,000,000 $ 60,000 $ $ 5,484,156 $ 16,880,000 $

-

$ $ $ $ $

$ 10,000 $ 10,000 $

582,434 21,100 603,534

Planned FY 2014-15

Planned FY 2013-14

$ $ $ $ $ $

-

$ $ $

-

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

-

$ $ $ $ $

6,000,000 5,055,000 -

Total Project Needs

$ 10,109,083 $ 5,055,000 $ 71,400 $ 470,000 $ 300,000

$ $ 50,000 220,000 $ 220,000 $ 485,000 220,000 $ 11,275,000 $ 16,540,483

18,900 18,900

$ $ $ $ $ $

3,648,075 3,648,075

$ $ $ $ $ $

4,161,812 920,000 69,964 111,500 65,000 5,328,276

6,002,000 $ $ 21,109,000 $ $ 66,582 $ 3,114,000 $ 3,502,044 $ 22,200,000 $ 24,177,197 $ 34,745,272 $ 34,889,247 $ $ 3,088,093 $ $ 120,000 $ $ 446,550 $ $ 500,000 $ $ 40,689 $ $ 300,000 $ $ 75,000 $ $ 1,000,000 $ $ 690,672 $ $ 190,450 $ $ 43,531 $ $ 96,810 $ $ 3,678,555 $ $ 579,608 $ $ 3,785,975 $ $ 60,000 6,002,000 $ 60,059,272 $ 98,440,003


Capital Improvement Program Fiscal Year 2010-11 through 2014-15

Prior & Current Carry Forward Year Actuals FY 10-11

Project Description

PW 05-07 PW 08-09 PW 10-10 PW 11-05

Water Improvements Well 6, 7, 8, 9 & 10 Arsenic Reduction Project Well 21 Post Construction Water Master Plan Update SCADA Radio Antenna Tower & Equipment Relocation Water Subtotal:

Drainage Improvements SD 08-07 Shilling Storm Water Pump Station & Force Main Drainage Subtotal:

WW 01-12 WW 04-12 WW 05-18 WW 07-14 WW 07-15 WW 10-15 WW 11-06

Wastewater Improvements Manteca Water QCF Phase 3 Expansion McKinley Corridor Sanitary Sewer McKinley Avenue/Yosemite Bypass East to West Wastewater Intertie Response to NOV for SSFM Break WRP-1 MBR Expansion Improvements Crossroads Wastewater Treatment Plant Improvements Wastewater Subtotal: Grand Total CIP:

PW 10-09 PW 10-11 SD 11-07 WW 11-08

Regulatory Compliance Programs Urban Water Master Plan Update Technical Managerial Financial Studies Storm Water Management Plan Sewer System Management Plan Regulatory Permitting Requirements Total:

$ $ $ $ $

$ $

2,171,646 9,409 2,181,055

-

$ $ $ $ $

$ $

$ 10,696,856 $ $ 458,532 $ $ 769,077 $ $ $ $ 79,571 $ $ 57,348 $ $ $ $ 12,061,384 $

2,069,595 307,398 2,376,993

New Funding Request FY 10-11

$ $ $ $ $

150,000 $ 150,000 $

188,600 898,800 1,065,923 120,429 17,652 2,291,404

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

8,576,100 1,150,451 74,000 9,800,551

Planned FY 2011-12

$ $ $ $ $

132,000 $ 132,000 $

386,000 500,000 886,000

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

952,900 275,000 1,227,900

-

Planned FY 2012-13

-

$ $ $ $ $

-

$ $ $ $ $

91,946 91,946

$ $

-

$ $

-

$ $

1,350,000 $ 1,350,000 $

-

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

1,150,000 160,000 1,310,000

$ 10,885,456 $ 3,458,100 $ 1,835,000 $ 1,500,000 $ 520,000 $ 2,961,000 $ 5,000,000 $ 26,159,556

$ 77,734,293

$ 163,778,762

$ $ $ $ $

$ $ $ $ $

2,100,768 160,000 2,500,000 4,500,000 9,260,768

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

350,000 350,000

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

$ 15,137,783

$ 16,686,273

$ 27,468,668

$

963,534

$

6,240,900

$ $ $ $ $

$ $ $ $ $

$ $ $ $ $

$ $ $ $ $

$ $ $ $ $

44,247 21,060 56,666 121,973

$ $ $ $ $

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

37,517 37,517

357

68,249 21,060 56,666 145,975

42,137 75,000 21,060 56,666 194,863

Total Project Needs

$ $ $ $ $

$ 19,547,312

483 483

Planned FY 2014-15

Planned FY 2013-14

48,789 21,060 56,666 126,515

$ 13,862,187 $ 1,467,258 $ 275,000 $ 74,000 $ 15,678,445

1,632,000 1,632,000

287,885 75,000 105,300 283,330 751,515


CIP by Project Category FY 2010-2011 New Funding Request Parks & Recreation, Improvements , $318,566 , 2%

General Government & Public Safety, $65,000 , 0% Drainage Improvements, $132,000 , 1%

Wastewater Improvements, $886,000 , 5%

Street Improvements, $5,484,156 , 33%

Water Improvements, $9,800,551 , 59%

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CIP by Project Category 5-Year Funding Program FYs 2011-2015 General Government & Public Safety, $16,540,483 , 10% Parks and Recreation Improvements, $5,328,276 , 3%

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

Wastewater Improvements, $26,159,556 , 16% Street Improvements, $98,440,003 , 60%

Water Improvements, $15,678,445 , 10%

359


Capital Improvement Program Fiscal Year 2010-11 through 2014-15

CIP by Year and Category $90,000,000 Drainage Improvements

$80,000,000 General Government & Public Safety

$70,000,000 Parks & Recreation Improvements

Dollar Amount

$60,000,000

Wastewater Improvements

$50,000,000 $40,000,000

Water Improvements

$30,000,000

Street Improvements

$20,000,000 $10,000,000 $2010-11

2011-12

2012-13

2013-14

Fiscal Years

360

2014-15


CITY OF LATHROP CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM FIVE YEAR PLAN--FY 10-11 THROUGH FY 14-15 CIP SUMMARY Group - General Government Total Est. Cost

by Project Type 6 Current Projects 1 New Projects 7 Totals

16,055,483 485,000

Prior & Current Year Actuals 218,986

Carry Forward FY 10-11 4,741,497

-

-

New Funding Request FY 10-11

Planned FY 11-12

Planned FY 12-13

Planned FY 13-14

40,000

-

-

-

25,000

10,000

10,000

220,000

220,000

Planned FY 14-15 11,055,000

16,540,483

218,986

4,741,497

65,000

10,000

10,000

220,000

11,275,000

535,000 50,000 485,000

11,091 11,091

38,909 38,909

25,000

10,000

10,000

220,000

220,000

25,000

10,000

10,000

220,000

220,000

10,129,083 10,109,083

131,923 131,923

3,997,160 3,997,160

-

-

-

-

6,000,000 6,000,000

5,525,000 5,055,000 470,000

6,000

424,000

40,000

-

-

-

5,055,000 5,055,000

6000

424,000

40,000

71,400 71,400

69,972 69,972

1,428 1,428

-

-

-

-

-

300,000 300,000

-

300,000 300,000

-

-

-

-

-

65,000

10,000

10,000

by Funding Sources General Fund F101-General GG10-22 GG11-09 Special Revenue Funds F226-Culture & Leisure GG04-01 F227-City Services GG08-05 GG10-01 F229-Administration GG09-13 F271-Developer GG10-17 Total

16,560,483

218,986

4,761,497

361

220,000

11,275,000


CITY OF LATHROP CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM FIVE YEAR PLAN--FY 10-11 THROUGH FY 14-15 CIP SUMMARY Group - Parks and Recreation Total Est. Cost

by Project Type 4 Current Projects 1 New Projects 5 Totals

5,263,276 65,000

Prior & Current Year Actuals

Carry Forward FY 10-11

563,214 -

New Funding Request FY 10-11

Planned FY 11-12

Planned FY 12-13

253,566

90,000

-

65,000

-

318,566

90,000

603,534

18,900

3,648,075

50,000

582,434

18,900

1,717,931 1,717,931

563,214

85,987

2,389,229 1,717,931 582,434 69,964 18,900

19,964

-

-

18,900.00

Planned FY 14-15

85,987

5,328,276

603,534

Planned FY 13-14

-

3,648,075 -

by Funding Sources General Fund F101 General PK03-03 PK07-07 PK09-05 PK10-06 Special Revenue Funds F215-Federal Grant PK07-07

582,434 19,964

-

-

18,900

42,000 42,000

126,783 126,783

-

-

-

-

1,987

65,000

-

-

-

1,090,263 1,090,263

-

-

-

839,881 839,881

1,700,500 1,604,000 31,500 65,000

F341-Park-In-Lieu PK03-03 PK07-07

1,008,664 839,881 168,783

-

42,000

126,783

-

42,000

126,783

36,100 36,100

-

-

-

15,000 15,000

21,100 21,100

-

-

F258-Mossdale Landscape & Lighting 25,000 PK10-06 25,000

-

-

-

25,000 25,000

-

-

-

5,328,276

543,250 513,737 29,513

50,000 -

F226-CFF Culture & Leis PK03-03 PK10-06 PK11-04

Special Districts F255-Stonebridge Landscape PK10-06

Total

168,783 168,783

-

1,987 65,000

563,214

85,987

362

318,566

90,000

603,534

18,900

3,648,075


CITY OF LATHROP CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM FIVE YEAR PLAN--FY 10-11 THROUGH FY 14-15 CIP SUMMARY Group - Street Improvements Total Est. Cost

by Project Type 18 Current Projects 3 New Projects 21 Totals

94,014,420 4,425,583

Prior & Current Year Actuals 4,522,673

Carry Forward FY 10-11

New Funding Request FY 10-11

Planned FY 11-12

Planned FY 12-13

5,351,902

4,198,573

13,880,000

-

140,000

1,285,583

3,000,000

-

16,880,000

-

-

98,440,003

4,522,673

5,491,902

5,484,156

613,568 190,185 29,550 363,383 30,450

701

499,484 190,185 29,289 249,560 30,450

113,383

Planned FY 13-14 6,002,000 6,002,000

Planned FY 14-15 60,059,272 60,059,272

by Funding Sources Special Revenue Funds F203 Gas Tax PS07-09 PS08-12 PS10-19 PS10-21 F211-Measure K PS02-04 PS10-28 PS11-02

6,014,217 64,217 2,950,000 3,000,000

F214-TDA Funds PS97-02 PS02-04 PS07-09 PS08-02 PS09-08 PS10-23 PS11-01 PS11-03

1,739,550 200,000 2,365 714,357 120,000 40,689 22,531 579,608 60,000

F215-Federal PS08-12 PS10-14 PS10-19 PS10-23 PS10-26 PS10-28 PS11-02

3,158,629 342,000 1,000,000 327,289 21,000 93,810 728,555 645,975

261 440 -

64,217 64,217

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

113,383 -

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

929,265 186,860 2,365 697,945 42,095

170,677 13,140

639,608

16,412 77,905 40,689 22,531 579,608 60,000

-

1,550,533 342,000 1,000,000

1,608,096

327,289 21,000 93,810 93,723

363

634,832 645,975


CITY OF LATHROP CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM FIVE YEAR PLAN--FY 10-11 THROUGH FY 14-15 CIP SUMMARY Group - Street Improvements

by Project Type by Funding Sources Continued F216-STIP PS97-02 PS07-09 F223-CFF-Regional Trans PS97-02 F225-CFF Local Trans PS97-02 PS02-24 PS07-09 PS08-12 PS09-09

16,121,000 14,087,000 2,034,000 420,000 420,000 1,228,044 400,000 388,044 65,000 75,000 300,000

Prior & Current Year Actuals 972,389 200,000 772,389

Carry Forward FY 10-11 1,261,611

New Funding Request FY 10-11 3,032,000 3,032,000

Planned FY 11-12 10,855,000 10,855,000

Planned FY 12-13

Planned FY 13-14

Planned FY 14-15

-

-

-

1,261,611

337,120 34,912 75,000 227,208

420,000 420,000

-

-

-

-

-

890,924 400,000 353,132 65,000

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

22,200,000 22,200,000

34,745,272 34,745,272

72,792

F232- CFF W/C Lathrop Trans PS06-06 PS10-21 PS11-02

24,254,489 23,954,489 160,000 140,000

1,463,135 1,462,528 607

F233- WLSP Regional Trans PS06-16

34,774,668 34,774,668

29,396 29,396

-

-

-

-

-

921,838 222,708 114,579 84,551 500,000

790,667 222,708 114,579 68,879 384,501

43,102

88,069

-

-

-

15,672 27,430

88,069

Other Sources Developer Contribution PS06-06 PS06-16 PS07-09 PS09-04

Total

Total Est. Cost

591,354 291,961 159,393 140,000

Railroad PS97-02

1,000,000 1,000,000

-

-

-

-

-

1,000,000 1,000,000

To be determined PS97-02 PS02-24 PS10-05 PS10-26

8,194,000 5,002,000 3,114,000 75,000 3,000

-

-

3,000

75,000

-

5,002,000 5,002,000

98,440,003

-

-

3,114,000 3,114,000

75,000 3,000 4,522,673

5,491,902

364

5,484,156

16,880,000

-

6,002,000

60,059,272


CITY OF LATHROP CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM FIVE YEAR PLAN--FY 10-11 THROUGH FY 14-15 CIP SUMMARY Group PW - Water Improvements Total Est. Cost

by Project Type 3 Current Projects 1 New Projects 4 Totals

15,604,445 74,000

Prior & Current Year Actuals 2,181,055

Carry Forward FY 10-11

New Funding Request FY 10-11

2,376,993

-

-

15,678,445

2,181,055

2,376,993

969,462 717,387 252,075

717,387 717,387

252,075

2,839,402 2,765,402 74,000

603,861 603,861

425,000 150,000 275,000

150,000 150,000

725,920 725,920

9,409 9,409

40,985 40,985

-

-

9,726,551 74,000 9,800,551

Planned FY 11-12 1,227,900 1,227,900

Planned FY 12-13

Planned FY 13-14

Planned FY 14-15

-

-

91,946

-

-

-

-

-

91,946

by Funding Sources Enterprise Funds F560-Water Cap Repl PW05-07 PW08-09 F561-Water Expansion PW05-07 PW11-05 F562-Water PW05-07 PW10-10 CFD 2003-1 F541 - CFD 2003-01 PW08-09

-

-

-

-

-

74,000

-

-

-

91,946 91,946

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

252,075 2,069,595 2,069,595

74,000 -

-

275,000 275,000

675,526 675,526

-

Other Sources F562 (SRF Loan) PW05-07 F227- City Services

700,398

700,398

PW05-07

700,398

700,398

Developer PW08-09

14,338 14,338 474,925 474,925

Project Buy In Fund 562 & 541 PW08-09

Total

9,529,000 9,529,000

15,678,445

8,576,100 8,576,100

952,900 952,900

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

14,338 14,338

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

91,946

2,181,055

2,376,993 365

474,925 474,925

9,800,551

1,227,900


CITY OF LATHROP CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM FIVE YEAR PLAN--FY 10-11 THROUGH FY 14-15 CIP SUMMARY Group - Drainage Improvements Total Est. Cost

by Project Type 1 Current Projects 0 New Projects 1 Totals

1,632,000 -

Prior & Current Year Actuals -

Carry Forward FY 10-11 150,000

-

-

1,632,000

-

150,000

1,500,000 1,500,000

-

150,000 150,000

132,000 132,000

-

1,632,000

-

New Funding Request FY 10-11

Planned FY 11-12

Planned FY 12-13

Planned FY 13-14

132,000

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

1,350,000

-

-

-

1,350,000 1,350,000

132,000 132,000

-

-

-

132,000

-

-

-

132,000

Planned FY 14-15 1,350,000 -

by Funding Sources Special Revenue Funds F234-CFF Regional Trans SD08-07 F271-Developer SD08-07

Total

-

150,000

366

-

-

1,350,000


CITY OF LATHROP CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM FIVE YEAR PLAN--FY 10-11 THROUGH FY 14-15 CIP SUMMARY Group - Wastewater Improvements Total Est. Cost

by Project Type 6 Current Projects 1 New Projects 7 Totals

21,159,556 5,000,000 26,159,556

Prior & Current Year Actuals 12,061,384

Carry Forward FY 10-11 2,291,404

12,061,384

New Funding Request FY 10-11

2,291,404

Planned FY 11-12

386,000

4,760,768

500,000

4,500,000

886,000

9,260,768

Planned FY 12-13 350,000 350,000

Planned FY 13-14

Planned FY 14-15 -

1,310,000 1,310,000

by Funding Sources F101 Gen Fund WW01-12

1,840,000 1,840,000

1,840,000 1,840,000

Enterprise Funds F603-Connection Fees WW01-12 WW04-12 WW05-18 WW07-15

3,864,921 2,753,421 41,000 870,500 200,000

2,873,992 2,753,421 41,000

1,529,425 694,425 835,000

1,463,502 694,425 769,077

65,923

75,000 75,000

57,348 57,348

7,043,442 5,597,610 1,316,332 129,500

5,826,542 5,409,010 417,532

F606-Cap. Replacement WW01-12 WW05-18 F611-WW Cap. Replacement WW10-15

79,571

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

17,652 17,652

-

-

-

-

-

1,216,900 188,600 898,800 129,500

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

990,929

870,500 120,429 65,923

by Funding Sources Continued F610-MWQCF WW01-12 WW04-12 WW05-18 Other Sources

Total

Developer WW10-15 WW11-06

7,886,000 2,886,000 5,000,000

-

-

To Be Determined WW04-12 WW07-14 WW07-15

3,920,768 2,100,768 1,500,000 320,000

-

-

26,159,556

886,000 386,000 500,000 -

7,000,000 2,500,000 4,500,000 2,260,768 2,100,768

350,000

-

350,000

1,150,000 160,000

160,000 12,061,384

2,291,404 367

886,000

9,260,768

350,000

1,310,000

-

1,310,000


Capital Improvement Project Plan

GG 04-01

Project Number: GG 04-01

Project Name: East Lathrop Community Complex

Department Responsible: Parks and Recreation

Contact Number: 209-941-7360

Project Description: The East Lathrop Community Complex includes development of the three acre parcel which includes the current corporation yard, Skate Park and other City-owned property. The project includes adjacent street improvements, approximately 14,000 SF Youth and Teen Center, play equipment, art walk, skate park expansion, 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 6,000 SF Library/Youth and Teen Center, landscaping and irrigation, retention basins and turf seating area. Future phases of construction will include expansion of the Library/Youth and Teen Center building to approximately 15,000 SF, play equipment, art walk, skate park expansion, outdoor stage and possibly additional infrastructure improvements. Justification: City Council has requested a Youth and Teen Center in east Lathrop and there is a need for a larger Public Library. In addition, this building will be owned by the City and will alleviate lease payments on the current Public Library and Meeting Room on 7th Street.

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Capital Improvement Project Plan

GG 04-01

Project Number: GG 04-01

Project Name: East Lathrop Community Complex

Department Responsible: Parks and Recreation

Contact Number: 209-941-7360

Critical Date Spring 2010 Spring 2010 Spring 2010 Spring 2010 Spring 2010 Fall 2010 Fall 2010 Winter 2010 Spring 2012

Project Components & Estimated Timeline

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

Components Community Input Master Plan P&R Commissions Approvals Planning Commission Approval City Council Approval Construction Documentation Bidding Construction Start Project Complete

Descriptions Input for Revised Master Plan; YAC Meetings & Public Workshops Revised Master Plan Completion Revised Master Plan Approval by P&R Commission & YAC Revised Master Plan & Initial Study & Mitigation Monitoring Plan Revised Master Plan & Initial Study & Mitigation Monitoring Plan Complete Construction Documentation for Phase I Prepare and Request Bids Start Construction Construction Complete and Building Open

Prior Year Appropriations 131,923 $ 131,923

Carry Forward FY 2010/11 3,977,160 $ 3,977,160

2010/11 Recommended $ -

2011/12 Planned $ -

2012/13 Planned $ -

2013/14 Planned $ -

Prior & Current Year Actuals

Carry Forward FY 2010/11

2010/11 Recommended

2011/12 Planned

2012/13 Planned

2013/14 Planned

$

190,000 322,399 3,245,000 219,761 3,977,160

$

-

$

-

$

3,977,160

$

-

$

-

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

$

131,119 804 131,923

Total Expenditures:

$

131,923

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

369

2014/15 Planned 6,000,000 $ 6,000,000

Total Allocations 10,109,083 $ 10,109,083

2014/15 Planned

Total Allocations

$

300,000 450,000 4,850,000 400,000 6,000,000

$

490,000 903,518 8,095,000 620,565 10,109,083

$

6,000,000

$

10,109,083


Capital Improvement Project Plan

GG 09-13

Project Number: GG 09-13

Project Number: Capital Facility Fee Study Update

Department Responsible: Public Works

Contact Number: 209-941-7443

Project Description: Further Update the 2005 Capital Facility Fee Study.

Justification: The CFF Study was updated in 2007 but never adopted, the study needs to be updated to reflect the slowdown in the housing market and the recent additional funding the City received from various agencies. The fees for the properties located East of I-5 need to be reviewed and updated.

370


Capital Improvement Project Plan

GG 09-13

Project Number: GG 09-13

Project Number: Capital Facility Fee Study Update

Department Responsible: Public Works

Contact Number: 209-941-7443 Critical Date N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

Project Components & Estimated Timeline

Source of Funds Administration Fund (229) Total Revenues:

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

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 The building is constructed and ready to occupy

Prior & Current Carry Forward Year Actuals FY 2010/11 69,972 1,428 $ 69,972 $ 1,428

2010/11 Recommended $ -

2011/12 Planned $ -

2012/13 Planned $ -

2013/14 Planned $ -

2014/15 Planned $ -

Prior & Current Year Actuals

Carry Forward FY 2010/11

2010/11 Recommended

2011/12 Planned

2012/13 Planned

2013/14 Planned

2014/15 Planned

$

69,972 69,972

$

1,428 1,428

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

71,400 71,400

$

69,972

$

1,428

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

71,400

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

371

Total Allocations 71,400 $ 71,400

Total Allocations


Capital Improvement Project Plan Project Number: GG 10-01

Project Number: Interim Corp Yard

Department Responsible: Public Works / Greg Gibson

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

GG 10-01

Project Description: The project consists of converting the existing metal building into office space and storage for the maintenance staff located at the New Corp Yard facility. Moving facility locates staff near the proposed Louise Avenue Water Treatment Facility, and makes way for the proposed Library and Teen Center projects for the East Lathrop Community Complex. The project will localize the Corp Yard facilities into a safe and code compliant location.

Justification: The City, as part of its long range planning has purchased the New Corp Yard site located on Louise Avenue. The site has an existing metal building which a portion can be converted to office space.

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Capital Improvement Project Plan

GG 10-01

Project Number: GG 10-01

Project Number: Interim Corp Yard

Department Responsible: Public Works / Greg Gibson

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Project Components & Estimated Timeline

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

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

Critical Date March-10 May-10 July-10 November-10 December-10

Components Feasibility Study Design Phase Bid Process Construction Phase Completion

Descriptions Program confirmation, schematic design, baseline schedule & cost est. Prepare Plans and Specifications Council approves plans and authorize bidding the project Council awards the contract and construction begins The tenant improvements are complete and building is ready to occupy

Prior & Current Carry Forward Year Actuals FY 2010/11 6,000 424,000 $ 6,000 $ 424,000

2010/11 Recommended 40,000 $ 40,000

2011/12 Planned $ -

2012/13 Planned $ -

2013/14 Planned $ -

2014/15 Planned $ -

Prior & Current Year Actuals

Carry Forward FY 2010/11

2010/11 Recommended

2011/12 Planned

2012/13 Planned

2013/14 Planned

2014/15 Planned

$

6,000 6,000

$

24,000 400,000 424,000

$

40,000 40,000

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

30,000 440,000 470,000

$

6,000

$

424,000

$

40,000

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

470,000

373

Total Allocations 470,000 $ 470,000

Total Allocations


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: Public Works / Tom Ruark

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

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.

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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: Public Works / Tom Ruark

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 March-10 November-10 December-10 June-11

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 Carry Forward Year Actuals FY 2010/11 300,000 $ $ 300,000

2010/11 Recommended $ -

2011/12 Planned $ -

2012/13 Planned $ -

2013/14 Planned $ -

2014/15 Planned $ -

Prior & Current Year Actuals

2009/10 Recommended

2010/11 Planned

2011/12 Planned

2012/13 Planned

2013/14 Planned

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

10,000 290,000 300,000

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

300,000

$

-

$

-

Carry Forward FY 2009/10

$

10,000 290,000 300,000

-

$

-

$

-

$

300,000

$

-

$

-

-

375

Total Allocations 300,000 $ 300,000

Total Allocations


Capital Improvement Project Plan

GG 10-22

Project Number: GG 10-22

Project Name: Police Services Study

Department Responsible: City Manager

Contact Number: 209-941-7225

Project Description: Police services evaluation and options.

Justification: In FY 09/10 a study to evaluate alternative police service delivery options began. Fiscal year 2010/11 funding to be based upon results of the FY 09/10 Police Services Study.

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Capital Improvement Project Plan

GG 10-22

Project Number: GG 10-22

Project Name: Police Services Study

Department Responsible: City Manager

Contact Number: 209-941-7225 Critical Date June-10 TBD

Project Components & Estimated Timeline

Source of Funds General Fund (101) CDBG Fund (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 CDBG Fund (265) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total CDBG Fund (265): Total Expenditures:

Descriptions

Components study to be complete

Prior Year Appropriations 11,091 $ 11,091

Carry Forward FY 2010/11 38,909 $ 38,909

2010/11 Recommended $ -

Prior Year Appropriations

Carry Forward FY 2010/11

2010/11 Recommended

11,091 11,091

38,909 38,909

$

Prior & Current Year Actuals

$

-

$

11,091

$

Carry Forward FY 2010/11

$

-

$

38,909

-

$

2011/12 Planned -

$

$

2010/11 Recommended

-

2014/15 Planned $ -

2011/12 Planned

2012/13 Planned

2013/14 Planned

2014/15 Planned

-

-

-

-

-

$

$

-

2013/14 Planned -

$

$

$

Total Allocations 50,000 $ 50,000 Total Allocations

$

50,000 50,000

2011/12 Planned

2012/13 Planned

2013/14 Planned

2014/15 Planned

Total Allocations

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

50,000

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

377

2012/13 Planned -


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 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, the manual labor for integration is eliminated. 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.

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

Critical Date Jun-2011 Oct-2011 Jan-2012 Mar-2012 Jul-2012 Nov-2012 May-2013 Nov-2013 Nov-2014 Dec-2014 Prior Year Appropriations

Components RFP Writing Consultant Complete Needs Analysis Issue RFP Vendor demo's and selection City Council Approval Award of Contract Vendor Evaluantion System Configuration Complete System parallel testing Implementation and "Go-live" Carry Forward FY 2010/11

$

-

Prior Year Appropriations

$

-

$

-

2010/11 Recommended

$

-

Carry Forward FY 2010/11

$

-

$

-

Descriptions Identify, Select and Hire Consultant to 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 netwroking configuration Conversion and parallel testing of system specially Utility Billing Signoff and system go-live 2011/12 Planned

25,000 $

25,000

10,000 $

2010/11 Recommended

$

25,000 25,000

$

25,000

379

2012/13 Planned

10,000

10,000 $

2011/12 Planned

$

10,000 10,000

$

10,000

2013/14 Planned

10,000

220,000 $

2012/13 Planned

$

10,000 10,000

$

10,000

2014/15 Planned

220,000

220,000 $

2013/14 Planned

$

60,000 60,000 100,000 220,000

$

220,000

Total Allocations

220,000

485,000 $

2014/15 Planned

485,000 Total Allocations

$

100,000 120,000 220,000

$

185,000 60,000 220,000 20,000 485,000

$

220,000

$

485,000


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PK 07-07

Project Number: PK 07-07

Project Name: Valverde Park Phase II Construction

Department Responsible: Parks and Recreation

Contact Number: 209-941-7360

Project Description: Phase II will include athletic field lighting, tennis/volleyball court, a group picnic shelter and small outdoor amphitheatre. The Parks & Recreation Department has obtained a contract with the Land and Water Conservation Fund for $42,000 for a matching grant for the group picnic shelter. Funding for this grant match was appropriated in the 2009-2010 Budget. Staff has also obtained a second contract with the Land and Water Conservation Fund for $126,783 for a matching grant for the outdoor amphitheatre and is recommending funding this portion in Fiscal Year 20102011. Justification: Construction of the first phase began in December 2007 and was completed in November 2008. Due to the grant funding deadline, the Parks & Recreation Department is recommending that the amphitheatre portion of the project be completed during the 2010-2011 fiscal year.

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Capital Improvement Project Plan

PK 07-07

Project Number: PK 07-07

Project Name: Valverde Park Phase II Construction

Department Responsible: Parks and Recreation

Contact Number: 209-941-7360

Project Components & Estimated Timeline

Source of Funds General Fund (101) Park-in-Lieu Fund (341) Federal Fund - Federal Grants (215) Total Revenues: Use of Funds General Fund (101) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total General Fund (101):

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

Critical Date NA Summer 2010 Fall 2010 Winter 2010 Summer 2011

Descriptions Appraisal, negotiations & grading of site Prepare Plans and Specifications- Picnic Shelter & Amphitheatre Council approves plans and authorizes bidding of the project- Picnic Shelter & Amphitheatre Council awards the contract and construction begins- Picnic Shelter & Amphitheatre The picnic shelter & amphitheatre are constructed and ready to occupy

Components Acquisition & Preparation Design Phase Bid Process Construction Phase Completion

Prior Year Appropriations $ -

Carry Forward FY 2010/11 42,000 42,000 $ 84,000

2010/11 Recommended 126,783 126,783 $ 253,566

2011/12 Planned $ -

Prior Year Appropriations

Carry Forward FY 2010/11

2010/11 Recommended

2011/12 Planned

$

-

Prior & Current Year Actuals

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

2012/13 Planned 582,434 $ 582,434

2013/14 Planned $ -

2014/15 Planned $ -

Total Allocations 582,434 168,783 168,783 $ 920,000

2013/14 Planned

2014/15 Planned

Total Allocations

-

-

40,770 541,664 582,434

2012/13 Planned

$

40,770 541,664 582,434

$

$

Carry Forward FY 2010/11

2010/11 Recommended

2011/12 Planned

2012/13 Planned

2013/14 Planned

2014/15 Planned

3,750 38,250 42,000

8,875 117,908 126,783

-

-

-

-

$

$

$

381

$

$

$

$

Total Allocations

$

12,625 156,158 168,783


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PK 07-07

Project Number: PK 07-07

Project Name: Valverde Park Phase II Construction

Department Responsible: Parks and Recreation

Contact Number: 209-941-7360

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

Prior & Current Year Actuals

Carry Forward FY 2010/11

2010/11 Recommended

2011/12 Planned

2012/13 Planned

2013/14 Planned

2014/15 Planned

$

8,875 117,908 126,783

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

12,625 156,158 168,783

$

253,566

$

-

$

$

-

$

-

$

920,000

$

-

$

3,750 38,250 42,000

$

-

$

84,000

382

582,434

Total Allocations


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

Contact Number: 209-941-7360

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. This year priority two improvements of $40,000 are proposed for the 11-12 FY to upgrade many controllers in Mossdale Landing and the Stonebridge area and install brand new controllers at two locations in the Stonebridge area. The priority two improvements would save $2,500 in water costs and $9,500 in staff time per year ($60,000 over a five year period), and would ensure water is not wasted by saving approximately 1.2 million gallons of water each year. Future priority three & four improvements of $40,000 would be proposed during future fiscal years at many areas throughout the City. These future improvements would save approximately 1.7 million gallons of water and would save $3,425 in water costs and $8,500 in staff time per year ($60,000 over a five year period).

Justification: The improvements, as phased, would save the City more than $45,000 in water costs and $80,000 in staff time over the next five years and would continue in future years to save the City at least $13,500 in water costs and $27,500 in staff time per year. It is estimated that these improvements will decrease the current workload of our parks maintenance staff by about 300 hrs per year. With a drought always a possibility in California one more benefit of this proposal is the savings of approximately 6.8 million gallons of water each year.

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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

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 2010 Fall 2010

Components Purchase Installation

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

Prior Year Appropriations 29,513 $ 29,513

Carry Forward FY 2010/11 1,987 $ 1,987

2010/11 Recommended $ -

Prior Year Appropriations

Carry Forward FY 2010/11

2010/11 Recommended

$

-

$

-

Prior & Current Year Actuals

Carry Forward FY 2010/11

29,513 29,513

1,987 1,987

$

$

$

-

2011/12 Planned

$

$

2010/11 Recommended

$

-

$

384

2012/13 Planned 21,100 $ 21,100

2013/14 Planned 18,900 $ 18,900

2011/12 Planned

2012/13 Planned

2013/14 Planned

-

-

15,000 25,000 40,000

-

$

$

18,900 18,900

2014/15 Planned $ -

Total Allocations 18,900 31,500 36,100 25,000 $ 111,500

2014/15 Planned

Total Allocations

-

18,900 18,900

$

2011/12 Planned

2012/13 Planned

2013/14 Planned

2014/15 Planned

-

-

-

-

$

$

$

$

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

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

$

-

$

29,513

Carry Forward FY 2010/11

$

-

Carry Forward FY 2010/11

$

-

$

1,987

2010/11 Recommended

$

-

2011/12 Planned

$

2010/11 Recommended

$

-

$

-

15,000 15,000

2012/13 Planned

$

2011/12 Planned

21,100 21,100

2014/15 Planned

-

-

$

Total Allocations

$

36,100 36,100

2012/13 Planned

2013/14 Planned

2014/15 Planned

$

-

$

-

$

25,000 25,000

$

18,900

$

-

$

111,500

$

25,000 25,000

$

-

$

40,000

$

21,100

385

$

2013/14 Planned

Total Allocations


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PK 11-04

Project Number: PK 11-04

Project Number: Crescent Park Basketball Court

Department Responsible: Parks and Recreation

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Project Description: The project would include the demolition of the existing sand volleyball court at Crescent Park and the construction of a half court basketball court at the same location. Also, included would be an ADA accessible path to the new basketball court as required by law.

Justification: This project was created this year in response to a request for a basketball court at Crescent Park. The only location in Crescent Park that could accommodate a basketball court is the location of the current sand volleyball court. A half-court was chosen due to its relative size to the park, a full court basketball court would be too large to fit in this neighborhood park. This would be an eligible expense for Culture and Leisure CFF funds, but funding this project would leave less funds available for other projects in this category of CFF funds.

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Capital Improvement Project Plan

PK 11-04

Project Number: PK 11-04

Project Number: Crescent Park Basketball Court

Department Responsible: Parks and Recreation

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Project Components & Estimated Timeline

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

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

Critical Date NA Summer 2010 Fall 2010 Winter 2010 Summer 2011

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 The basketball court is constructed and ready to use

Prior & Current Carry Forward Year Actuals FY 2010/11 $ $ -

2010/11 Recommended 65,000 $ 65,000

2011/12 Planned $ -

2012/13 Planned $ -

2013/14 Planned $ -

2014/15 Planned $ -

Prior & Current Year Actuals

2010/11 Recommended

2011/12 Planned

2012/13 Planned

2013/14 Planned

2014/15 Planned

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

3,000 5,000 57,000 65,000

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

65,000

$

-

$

-

Carry Forward FY 2010/11

$

-

$

3,000 5,000 57,000 65,000

$

-

$

65,000

387

Total Allocations 65,000 $ 65,000

Total Allocations


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PS 97-02

Project Number: PS 97-02

Project Name: Lathrop Road Westerly Grade Sep

Department Responsible: Public Works / Ryan Bouley

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. 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, and staff will continue to seek Section 190 funding from the PUC. The project is majority funded through STIP funds, as well as City CFF Program funds.

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Capital Improvement Project Plan

PS 97-02

Project Number: PS 97-02

Project Name: Lathrop Road Westerly Grade Sep

Department Responsible: Public Works / Ryan Bouley

Contact Number: 209-941-7430 Critical Date 2010/11 2010/11 2011/12 2011/12 2013/14

Project Components & Estimated Timeline

Source of Funds STIP Fund (216) Traffic Mitigation Fund (225) Regional Traffic "East" Fund (223) TDA - LTF Streets & Roads (COG) Fund (214) Union Pacific Railroad Unknown Total Revenues:

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):

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 The improvements are constructed and ready for acceptance

Prior & Current Year Actuals 200,000 186,860 $ 386,860

Carry Forward FY 2010/11 400,000 420,000 13,140 $ 833,140

2010/11 Recommended 3,032,000 $ 3,032,000

2011/12 Planned 10,855,000 $ 10,855,000

Prior & Current Year Actuals

Carry Forward FY 2010/11

2010/11 Recommended

2011/12 Planned

$

200,000 200,000

Prior & Current Year Actuals

$

-

$

-

Carry Forward FY 2010/11

$

400,000 400,000

$

887,000 2,145,000 3,032,000

$

2010/11 Recommended -

$

389

$

10,855,000 10,855,000

2012/13 Planned $ -

$

2013/14 Planned 1,000,000 5,002,000 $ 6,002,000

2014/15 Planned

$

-

2012/13 Planned

2013/14 Planned

2014/15 Planned

-

-

-

$

$

2011/12 Planned

2012/13 Planned

2013/14 Planned

2014/15 Planned

-

-

-

-

$

$

$

$

Total Allocations 14,087,000 400,000 420,000 200,000 1,000,000 5,002,000 21,109,000

Total Allocations

$

1,087,000 2,145,000 10,855,000 14,087,000 Total Allocations

$

400,000 400,000


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PS 97-02

Project Number: PS 97-02

Project Name: Lathrop Road Westerly Grade Sep

Department Responsible: Public Works / Ryan Bouley

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

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

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

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

Prior & Current Year Actuals

$

-

Prior & Current Year Actuals

$

186,860 186,860

Prior & Current Year Actuals

$

-

Prior & Current Year Actuals

$ $

386,860

Carry Forward FY 2010/11

$

420,000 420,000

Carry Forward FY 2010/11

$

13,140 13,140

Carry Forward FY 2010/11

$

-

Carry Forward FY 2010/11

$ $

833,140

2010/11 Recommended -

$

$

2010/11 Recommended -

$

$

2010/11 Recommended -

$

$

2010/11 Recommended -

$ $

3,032,000

390

$ $

2011/12 Planned

2012/13 Planned

2013/14 Planned

2014/15 Planned

-

-

-

-

$

$

$

2011/12 Planned

2012/13 Planned

2013/14 Planned

2014/15 Planned

-

-

-

-

$

2011/12 Planned

2012/13 Planned

-

-

$

2011/12 Planned

2012/13 Planned

-

$

-

$

-

10,855,000

$

$

2013/14 Planned

$

1,000,000 1,000,000

$ $

6,002,000

$

$

-

420,000 420,000 Total Allocations

$

2014/15 Planned

2013/14 Planned 5,002,000 5,002,000

Total Allocations

200,000 200,000 Total Allocations

$

2014/15 Planned

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

$

-

$

5,002,000 5,002,000

$

-

$

21,109,000


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PS 02-04

Project Number: PS 02-04

Project Name: Fifth Street Bikeway

Department Responsible: Public Works / Ryan Bouley

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Project Description: This project will continue the bike lane on Fifth Street from J Street to Lathrop Road. This project is partially funded by a Measure K Grant that is specifically intended for this project, and will require additional funding to complete.

Justification: This project will complete the bike lane on Fifth Street from J Street to Lathrop Road. This completes a 6-year program to get bike lanes on Fifth Street from Lathrop Road to "O" Street.

391


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PS 02-04

Project Number: PS 02-04

Project Name: Fifth Street Bikeway

Department Responsible: Public Works / Ryan Bouley

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

Project Components & Estimated Timeline

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

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

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 The building is constructed and ready to occupy

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

Carry Forward FY 2010/11 64,217 $ 64,217

2010/11 Recommended $ -

2011/12 Planned $ -

2012/13 Planned $ -

2013/14 Planned $ -

2014/15 Planned $ -

Prior & Current Year Actuals

Carry Forward FY 2010/11

2010/11 Recommended

2011/12 Planned

2012/13 Planned

2013/14 Planned

2014/15 Planned

-

-

-

-

$

2,365 2,365

Prior & Current Year Actuals

$

-

$

2,365

$

-

Carry Forward FY 2010/11

$

5,000 59,217 64,217

$

64,217

-

$

$

2010/11 Recommended

$

$

Total Allocations

$

2,365 2,365

2011/12 Planned

2012/13 Planned

2013/14 Planned

2014/15 Planned

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

5,000 59,217 64,217

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

66,582

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

392

$

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

Total Allocations


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PS 02-24

Project Number: PS 02-24

Project Name: Lathrop Road Widening/Rehab

Department Responsible: Public Works / Ryan Bouley

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Project Description: The project consists of acquiring all necessary right-of-way, reconstruction of existing pavement section, construction of a landscaped median 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. It is anticipated that this project will be combined with the design and construction of the Lathrop Road/U.P.R.R. Westerly Grade Separation (PS 97-02) Justification: Improving this corridor improves regional traffic flow. This is the basis for applying for future STIP funds.

393


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PS 02-24

Project Number: PS 02-24

Project Name: Lathrop Road Widening/Rehab

Department Responsible: Public Works / Ryan Bouley

Contact Number: 209-941-7430 Critical Date 2010/11 2014/15 2014/15 2014/15 2015/16

Project Components & Estimated Timeline

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

Descriptions Prepare Plans & Specifications Appraisal, negotiations Bidding the project Council awards the contract and construction begins The building is constructed and ready to occupy

Components Design Phase Acquisition & Preparation Bid Process Construction Phase Completion

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

Carry Forward FY 2010/11 353,132 $ 353,132

2010/11 Recommended $ -

2011/12 Planned $ -

2012/13 Planned $ -

2013/14 Planned $ -

Prior & Current Year Actuals

Carry Forward FY 2010/11

2010/11 Recommended

2011/12 Planned

2012/13 Planned

-

-

$

34,912 34,912

Prior & Current Year Actuals

$

353,132 353,132

Carry Forward FY 2010/11

$

-

$

$

34,912

$

353,132

-

$

$

2010/11 Recommended

$

Total Allocations 388,044 3,114,000 $ 3,502,044

2013/14 Planned

2014/15 Planned

Total Allocations

-

-

2011/12 Planned

2012/13 Planned

2013/14 Planned

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

394

$

2014/15 Planned 3,114,000 $ 3,114,000

$

$

2014/15 Planned

388,044 388,044 Total Allocations

$

500,000 2,614,000 3,114,000

$

500,000 2,614,000 3,114,000

$

3,114,000

$

3,502,044


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PS 06-06

Project Number: PS 06-06

Project Name: Louise Ave & I-5 Improvements

Department Responsible: Public Works / Ryan Bouley

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Project Description: This project completes the overall interchange improvements at Louise Avenue and Interstate 5. Improvements include widening northbound ramps, relocating and widening southbound ramps, signal improvements , and retaining wall construction to allow two through lanes and two turn lanes in each direction on Louise Avenue under Interstate 5. 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 until funding is available to construct these improvements. Justification: This project will provide relief for exisitng congestion and will accommodate traffic for near future development within the local interchange area.

395


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PS 06-06

Project Number: PS 06-06

Project Name: Louise Ave & I-5 Improvements

Department Responsible: Public Works / Ryan Bouley

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Project Components & Estimated Timeline

Source of Funds CFF - W/C Lathrop Trans Fund (232) PS 1021 Xfer Developer Project Fund (271) Total Revenues: 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 April 2010 May 2010 December 2010

Components DEIR DPR Approve EIR and Project Report

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

Prior & Current Carry Forward Year Actuals FY 2010/11 1,462,528 291,961 222,708 $ 1,685,236 $ 291,961

2010/11 Recommended $ -

2011/12 Planned $ -

2012/13 Planned $ -

2013/14 Planned $ -

Prior & Current Year Actuals

2010/11 Recommended

2011/12 Planned

2012/13 Planned

2013/14 Planned

-

-

-

$

1,173,825 288,703 1,462,528

Prior & Current Year Actuals

Carry Forward FY 2010/11

$

291,961 291,961

Carry Forward FY 2010/11

$

212,944 9,764 222,708

$

$

1,685,236

$

291,961

-

$

$

2010/11 Recommended

$

Total Allocations 23,954,489 222,708 $ 24,177,197

2014/15 Planned

Total Allocations

$

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

2011/12 Planned

2012/13 Planned

2013/14 Planned

2014/15 Planned

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

396

$

2014/15 Planned 22,200,000 $ 22,200,000

22,200,000

$

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

$

212,944 9,764 222,708

$

24,177,197


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PS 07-09

Project Number: PS 07-09

Project Name: Louise Ave Rehab Phase II

Department Responsible: Public Works / Ryan Bouley

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Project Description: This project will increase capacity along the heavily travelled two-lane portion of Louise Avenue between 5th Street and the easterly Lathrop City limits. Improvements include pavement reconstruction, widening to four lanes, minor improvements at the McKinley intersection, and installing street lights. This project will be constructed using a combination of STIP and LTF funding.

Justification: Widening Louise Avenue is necessary to improve traffic flow, increase safety, and improve the pavement surface to a 20-year service life. It will connect to the future City of Manteca widening project improvements.

397


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PS 07-09

Project Number: PS 07-09

Project Name: Louise Ave Rehab Phase II

Department Responsible: Public Works / Ryan Bouley

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Project Components & Estimated Timeline

Source of Funds Traffic Mitigation Fund (225) STIP Augmentation 07/08 Fund (216) Gas Tax 2105 06/07 Fund (203) Developer Projects Fund (271) TDA - LTF Streets & Roads (COG) Fund (214) Total Revenues: Use of Funds Traffic Mitigation Fund (225) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total Traffic Mitigation Fund (225):

Use of Funds STIP Augmentation 07/08 Fund (216) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total STIP Augmentation 07/08 Fund (216):

Critical Date Summer 2009 June 2010 Summer 2010 Summer 2010 December 2011

Components Begin Construction UPRR PG&E Relocation Complete Construction Reimbursement Deadline

Descriptions Complete UPRR crossing reconstruction Complete PG&E transmission line relocation

Prior & Current Year Actuals 772,389 68,879 697,945 $ 1,539,213

Carry Forward FY 2010/11 65,000 1,261,611 190,185 15,672 16,412 $ 1,548,880

2010/11 Recommended $ -

2011/12 Planned $ -

2012/13 Planned $ -

2013/14 Planned $ -

2014/15 Planned $ -

Prior & Current Year Actuals

Carry Forward FY 2010/11

2010/11 Recommended

2011/12 Planned

2012/13 Planned

2013/14 Planned

2014/15 Planned

-

-

-

-

$

-

Prior & Current Year Actuals

$

772,389 772,389

$

65,000 65,000

Carry Forward FY 2010/11

$

1,261,611 1,261,611

-

$

$

2010/11 Recommended

-

$

398

$

$

$

$

2011/12 Planned

2012/13 Planned

2013/14 Planned

2014/15 Planned

-

-

-

-

$

$

$

Total Allocations 65,000 2,034,000 190,185 84,551 714,357 $ 3,088,093 Total Allocations

$

65,000 65,000 Total Allocations

$

2,034,000 2,034,000


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PS 07-09

Project Number: PS 07-09

Project Name: Louise Ave Rehab Phase II

Department Responsible: Public Works / Ryan Bouley

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Use of Funds Gas Tax 2105 06/07 Fund (203) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total Gas Tax 2105 06/07 Fund (203): Use of Funds Developer Projects Fund (271) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total Developer Projects Fund (271): Use of Funds TDA - LTF Streets & Roads (COG) Fund (214) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total TDA - LTF Streets & Roads Fund (214): Total Expenditures:

Prior & Current Year Actuals

$

-

Prior & Current Year Actuals

$

68,879 68,879

Prior & Current Year Actuals

$

697,945 697,945

$

1,539,213

Carry Forward FY 2010/11

$

190,185 190,185

Carry Forward FY 2010/11

$

15,672 15,672

Carry Forward FY 2010/11

$

16,412 16,412

$

1,548,880

2010/11 Recommended

-

$

$

2010/11 Recommended

-

$

$

2010/11 Recommended

2011/12 Planned

2012/13 Planned

2013/14 Planned

2014/15 Planned

-

-

-

-

$

$

2012/13 Planned

2013/14 Planned

2014/15 Planned

-

-

-

-

$

$

$

$

190,185 190,185 Total Allocations

$

68,879 15,672 84,551

2011/12 Planned

2012/13 Planned

2013/14 Planned

2014/15 Planned

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

697,945 16,412 714,357

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

3,088,093

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

399

$

2011/12 Planned

Total Allocations

Total Allocations


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PS 08-02

Project Number: PS 08-02

Project Name: Sidewalk Repair Program

Department Responsible: Public Works / Ryan Bouley

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Project Description: Remove and replace damaged, cracked, and uneven concrete sidewalks as needed. Sidewalk replacement includes installation of root barriers to protect against future root damage. Locations are determined by an annual sidewalk survey which creates a database of repair locations.

Justification: This project repairs cracked and uneven sidewalks which can be trip hazards.

400


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PS 08-02

Project Number: PS 08-02

Project Name: Sidewalk Repair Program

Department Responsible: Public Works / Ryan Bouley

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Project Components & Estimated Timeline

Source of Funds TDA - LTF Streets & Roads 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 Streets & Roads Fund (214): Total Expenditures:

Critical Date Spring 2010 Summer 2010 Summer 2010

Components Design Phase Bid/Award Project Construction

Descriptions

Prior & Current Carry Forward Year Actuals FY 2010/11 42,095 77,905 $ 42,095 $ 77,905

2010/11 Recommended $ -

2011/12 Planned $ -

2012/13 Planned $ -

2013/14 Planned $ -

2014/15 Planned $ -

Prior & Current Year Actuals

Carry Forward FY 2010/11

2010/11 Recommended

2011/12 Planned

2012/13 Planned

2013/14 Planned

2014/15 Planned

$

42,095 42,095

$

77,905 77,905

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

120,000 120,000

$

42,095

$

77,905

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

120,000

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

401

Total Allocations 120,000 $ 120,000

Total Allocations


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PS 08-12

Project Number: PS 08-12

Project Name: Harlan Road Rehabilitation Phase IA

Department Responsible: Public Works/Ryan Bouley

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Project Description: This project includes rehabilitating the pavement in Harlan Road between Lathrop Road and Thomsen Rd. Improvements include removing the existing failed concrete paving in Harlan Road, constucting new pavement with a 20-year service life, and slurry sealing existing pavement. This project is funded by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) and Proposition 1B funds.

Justification: Development along Harlan Road has led to increased traffic volumes, including heavy truck traffic, resulting in a very poor, deteriorated pavement surface.

402


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PS 08-12

Project Number: PS 08-12

Project Name: Harlan Road Rehabilitation Phase IA

Department Responsible: Public Works/Ryan Bouley

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Project Components & Estimated Timeline

Source of Funds Traffic Mitigation Fund (225) Gas Tax Prop 1B Fund (203) Federal - Economic Stimulus ARRA Fund (215) Total Revenues: Use of Funds Traffic Mitigation Fund (225) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total Traffic Mitigation Fund (225):

Use of Funds Gas Tax Prop 1B Fund (203) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total Gas Tax Prop 1B Fund (203):

Use of Funds Federal - Economic Stimulus Fund (215) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total Federal - Economic Stimulus Fund (215): Total Expenditures:

Critical Date November 2009 Spring 2010 Summer 2010

Components Award Contract Start Construction Finish Construction

Prior & Current Year Actuals 75,000 261 $ 75,261

Carry Forward FY 2010/11 29,289 342,000 $ 371,289

2010/11 Recommended $ -

Prior & Current Year Actuals

Carry Forward FY 2010/11

2010/11 Recommended

$

75,000 75,000

$

-

Prior & Current Year Actuals

Carry Forward FY 2010/11

261 261

29,289 29,289

$

Prior & Current Year Actuals

$

-

$

75,261

$

Carry Forward FY 2010/11

$

342,000 342,000

$

371,289

Descriptions

-

$

2011/12 Planned -

$

$

2010/11 Recommended -

$

$

2010/11 Recommended

-

$

-

2013/14 Planned -

$

-

2014/15 Planned -

$

-

2011/12 Planned

2012/13 Planned

2013/14 Planned

2014/15 Planned

-

-

-

-

$

$

$

2011/12 Planned

2012/13 Planned

2013/14 Planned

2014/15 Planned

-

-

-

-

$

$

$

Total Allocations 75,000 29,550 342,000 $ 446,550 Total Allocations

$

75,000 75,000 Total Allocations

$

29,550 29,550

2011/12 Planned

2012/13 Planned

2013/14 Planned

2014/15 Planned

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

342,000 342,000

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

446,550

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

403

2012/13 Planned -

Total Allocations


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PS 09-04

Project Number: PS 09-04

Project Name: River Islands Parkway/Bradshaw Crossing Bridge

Department Responsible: Public Works

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Project Description: The River Islands Parkway road improvements and the Bradshaw's Crossing Bridge are necessary to serve planned and existing development and traffic circulation. The first phase is for purchasing the necessary right of way and construction easements. It also provides funds for professional services required to acquire the property with eminent domain. Justification: The construction of River Islands Parkway and the Bradshaw's Crossing Bridge are necessary to satisfy an arterial for service to present and future Mossdale Village, River Islands, other City and County residents. The bridge provides a roadway connection from Mossdale Fire Station to the River Island project to comply with emergency response time requirements. The first phase of the project is to obtain the necessary right of way and construction easements.

404


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PS 09-04

Project Number: PS 09-04

Project Name: River Islands Parkway/Bradshaw Crossing Bridge

Department Responsible: Public Works

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Critical Date August-09 N/A N/A N/A N/A

Project Components & Estimated Timeline

Source of Funds Developer Funded - River Islands Fund (271) Total Revenues:

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

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 The project is constructed and accepted

Prior & Current Carry Forward Year Actuals FY 2010/11 384,501 27,430 $ 384,501 $ 27,430

2010/11 Recommended 88,069 $ 88,069

2011/12 Planned $ -

2012/13 Planned $ -

2013/14 Planned $ -

2014/15 Planned $ -

Prior & Current Year Actuals

Carry Forward FY 2009/10

2008/09 Recommended

2009/10 Planned

2010/11 Planned

2011/12 Planned

2012/13 Planned

$

288,600 95,901 384,501

$

27,430 27,430

$

88,069 88,069

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

288,600 211,400 500,000

$

384,501

$

27,430

$

88,069

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

500,000

405

Total Allocations 500,000 $ 500,000 Total Allocations


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PS 09-08

Project Number: PS 09-08

Project Name: Traffic Calming Measures

Department Responsible: Public Works / Ryan Bouley

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.

Justification: The City of Lathrop has a traffic calming program. When a resident's request meets the specified criteria, the City will install appropriate traffic calming measures.

406


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PS 09-08

Project Number: PS 09-08

Project Name: Traffic Calming Measures

Department Responsible: Public Works / Ryan Bouley

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Critical Date

Components

Descriptions

Project Components & Estimated Timeline

Source of Funds TDA - LTF Streets & Roads 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 Streets & Roads Fund (214): Total Expenditures:

Prior & Current Carry Forward Year Actuals FY 2010/11 40,689 $ $ 40,689

2010/11 Recommended $ -

2011/12 Planned $ -

2012/13 Planned $ -

2013/14 Planned $ -

2014/15 Planned $ -

Prior & Current Year Actuals

2010/11 Recommended

2011/12 Planned

2012/13 Planned

2013/14 Planned

2014/15 Planned

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

40,689 40,689

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

40,689

$

-

$

-

Carry Forward FY 2010/11

$

40,689 40,689

$

40,689

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

407

Total Allocations 40,689 $ 40,689 Total Allocations


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PS 09-09

Project Number: PS 09-09

Project Name: Louise Avenue/McKinley Avenue Improvements

Department Responsible: Public Works / Ryan Bouley

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Project Description: Property acquisitions and minor intersection improvements at the intersection of Louise Avenue and McKinley Avenue. This work will be performed concurrently with CIP PS 07-09, Louise Avenue Widening, and will cover improvements that are outside of the right-of-way for the PS 07-09.

Justification: Intersection improvements at Louise Avenue and McKinley Avenue will tie the improvements performed as part of PS 07-09 into McKinley Avenue. The widening of Louise Avenue(PS 07-09) has been identified for many years as being a priority project. It is needed to improve traffic flow, increase safety, and improve the pavement surface to a 20-year service life. It will connect to the future City of Manteca widening project improvements.

408


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PS 09-09

Project Number: PS 09-09

Project Name: Louise Avenue/McKinley Avenue Improvements

Department Responsible: Public Works / Ryan Bouley

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Project Components & Estimated Timeline

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

Critical Date September-09 N/A N/A N/A N/A

Components Acquisition & Preparation Design Phase Bid Process Construction Phase Completion

Prior & Current Year Actuals 227,208 $ 227,208

Carry Forward FY 2010/11 72,792 $ 72,792

Prior & Current Year Actuals

Carry Forward FY 2010/11

$

227,208 227,208

$

227,208

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

2010/11 Recommended

$

-

2011/12 Planned $ -

2012/13 Planned $ -

2013/14 Planned $ -

2014/15 Planned $ -

2011/12 Planned

2012/13 Planned

2013/14 Planned

2014/15 Planned

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

300,000 300,000

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

300,000

2010/11 Recommended

$

72,792 72,792

$

-

$

-

$

72,792

$

-

$

-

409

Total Allocations 300,000 $ 300,000 Total Allocations


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PS 10-14

Project Number: PS 10-14

Project Name: Golden Valley Parkway Phase 3B Improvements

Department Responsible: Public Works / Ryan Bouley

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Project Description: Install street lighting, median landscaping and sidewalks on Golden Valley Pkwy from River Islands Pkwy to Lathrop Road

Justification: Golden Valley Parkway Improvements Phase 3B From River Islands Pkwy To Lathrop Road is needed to allow the City of Lathrop to use this ARRA funding to install the street lights, median landscaping and sidewalks on this section of Golden Valley Parkway. Completion of these improvements will allow the City to open Golden Valley Parkway to through traffic from River Islands Parkway to Lathrop Road, and will help to promote commercial development along the east side of Golden Valley Parkway.

River Islands Parkway

410


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PS 10-14

Project Number: PS 10-14

Project Name: Golden Valley Parkway Phase 3B Improvements

Department Responsible: Public Works / Ryan Bouley

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Project Components & Estimated Timeline

Source of Funds Federal Fund - Stimulus Plan ARRA Fund (215) Total Revenues:

Use of Funds Federal Fund - Stimulus Plan ARRA Fund (215) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total Federal Fund-Stimulus ARRA Fund (215): Total Expenditures:

Critical Date N/A Winter 2010 March 2010 Spring 2010 Summer 2010

Components Acquisition & Preparation Design Phase Bid Process Construction Phase Completion

Descriptions Private Dedication Prepare Plans and Specifications Public Bid Public Contract The project is constructed and accepted

Prior & Current Carry Forward Year Actuals FY 2010/11 1,000,000 $ $ 1,000,000

2010/11 Recommended $ -

2011/12 Planned $ -

2012/13 Planned $ -

2013/14 Planned $ -

2014/15 Planned $ -

Prior & Current Year Actuals

2010/11 Recommended

2011/12 Planned

2012/13 Planned

2013/14 Planned

2014/15 Planned

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

1,000,000 1,000,000

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

1,000,000

$

-

$

-

Carry Forward FY 2010/11

$

1,000,000 1,000,000

$

1,000,000

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

411

Total $

Allocations 1,000,000 1,000,000

Total

Allocations


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PS 10-19

Project Number: PS 10-19

Project Name: Harlan Road Rehabilitation Phase 1B

Department Responsible: Public Works / Ryan Bouley

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Project Description: This project includes rehabilitating the pavement in Harlan Road between Thomsen Rd and the intersection of Harlan Rd and New Harlan Rd. Improvements include removing the existing failed concrete paving in Harlan Road and constructing new pavement with a 20-year service life. This project is funded by RSTP and Proposition 1B funds.

Justification: This project will complete the rehabilitation of Harlan Road from Lathrop Road to the intersection of New Harlan Road and Old Harlan Road north of Louise Avenue.

412


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PS 10-19

Project Number: PS 10-19

Project Name: Harlan Road Rehabilitation Phase 1B

Department Responsible: Public Works / Ryan Bouley

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Project Components & Estimated Timeline

Source of Funds Gas Tax Prop 1B Fund (203) PS 08-12 Xfr Gas Tax Prop 1B Fund (203) Federal RSTP Fund (215) Total Revenues: Use of Funds Gas Tax Prop 1B Fund (203) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total TDA - Gas Tax Prop 1B Fund (203):

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

Critical Date March 2010 April 2010 Summer 2010

Components Complete Design/Bid Project Award Contract Construction

Descriptions

Prior & Current Year Actuals 440 $ 440

Carry Forward FY 2010/11 249,560 $ 249,560

2010/11 Recommended 113,383 327,289 $ 440,672

Prior & Current Year Actuals

Carry Forward FY 2010/11

2010/11 Recommended

2011/12 Planned

2012/13 Planned

2013/14 Planned

2014/15 Planned

113,383 113,383

-

-

-

-

$

440 440

Prior & Current Year Actuals

$

249,560 249,560

Carry Forward FY 2010/11

$

-

$

$

440

$

249,560

$

2011/12 Planned -

$

$

-

2012/13 Planned -

$

$

-

2013/14 Planned -

$

$

-

2014/15 Planned -

$

$

-

Total

$

Allocations 250,000 113,383 327,289 690,672

Total

Allocations

$

363,383 363,383

2010/11 Recommended

2011/12 Planned

2012/13 Planned

2013/14 Planned

2014/15 Planned

$

327,289 327,289

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

327,289 327,289

$

440,672

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

690,672

413

Total

Allocations


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PS 10-21

Project Number: PS 10-21

Project Name: I-5 Louise Avenue Interchange Improvements Phase 2

Department Responsible: Public Works / Ryan Bouley

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Project Description: The purpose of this project is to construct a small portion of the improvements required for the Louise Avenue/I-5 Improvements. These improvements are combined with the Harlan Road Rehabilitation to take advantage of the current favorable bidding environment.

Justification: Caltrans requires these improvements to be completed as part of constructing the Louise Avenue and I-5 Interchange Improvements.

414


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PS 10-21

Project Number: PS 10-21

Project Name: I-5 Louise Avenue Interchange Improvements Phase 2

Department Responsible: Public Works / Ryan Bouley

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Project Components & Estimated Timeline

Source of Funds W/C Lathrop Trans CFF Fund (232) PS 06-06 Xfr Gas Tax Prop 1B Fund (203) Total Revenues:

Use of Funds W/C Lathrop Trans CFF Fund (232) PS 0606 Xfer Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total W/C Lathrop Trans CFF Fund (232): Use of Funds Gas Tax Prop 1B Fund (203) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total Gas Tax Prop 1B Fund (203): Total Expenditures:

Descriptions

Critical Date November 2009 Spring 2010 Summer 2010

Components Award Contract Start Construction Finish Construction

Prior & Current Year Actuals 607 $ 607

Carry Forward FY 2010/11 159,393 30,450 $ 189,843

2010/11 Recommended $ -

2011/12 Planned $ -

2012/13 Planned $ -

2013/14 Planned $ -

2014/15 Planned $ -

Prior & Current Year Actuals

Carry Forward FY 2010/11

2010/11 Recommended

2011/12 Planned

2012/13 Planned

2013/14 Planned

2014/15 Planned

-

-

-

-

$

607 607

Prior & Current Year Actuals

$

-

$

607

$

159,393 159,393

Carry Forward FY 2010/11

$

30,450 30,450

$

189,843

-

$

$

2010/11 Recommended

$

$

$

Allocations 160,000 30,450 190,450

Total

Allocations

$

159,393 607 160,000

2011/12 Planned

2012/13 Planned

2013/14 Planned

2014/15 Planned

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

30,450 30,450

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

190,450

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

415

$

Total

Total

Allocations


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PS 10-23

Project Number: PS 10-23

Project Name: Valverde Park Sidewalk Improvements

Department Responsible: Park & Rec/ Ryan Bouley

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Project Description: Remove and replace damaged, cracked, uneven and sunken sidewalks along Fifth Street in front of Valverde Park and the Senior Center as needed. Sidewalk replacement will include some minor grading to construct a drainage swale with drainage inlets. Project will also include repairing any landscape areas or irrigation systems damaged during construction.

Justification: This project will address ADA accessibility for this section of sidewalk, and will provide a safer path of travel for students to get to and from school.

416


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PS 10-23

Project Number: PS 10-23

Project Name: Valverde Park Sidewalk Improvements

Department Responsible: Park & Rec/ Ryan Bouley

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Project Components & Estimated Timeline

Source of Funds Federal Grant Fund (215) (CDBG-R) TDA - Pedestrian/Bicycle (COG) Fund (214) Total Revenues:

Use of Funds Federal Grant Fund (215) (CDBG-R) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total Federal Grant Fund (215) (CDBG-R): Use of Funds TDA - Pedestrian/Bicycle (COG) Fund (214) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total TDA- Pedestrian/Bicycle Fund (214): Total Expenditures:

Critical Date March 2010 April 2010 Summer 2010

Components Complete Design/Bid Project Award Contract Construction

Descriptions

Prior & Current Year Actuals $ -

Carry Forward FY 2010/11 21,000 22,531 $ 43,531

2010/11 Recommended $ -

2011/12 Planned $ -

2012/13 Planned $ -

2013/14 Planned $ -

2014/15 Planned $ -

Prior & Current Year Actuals

Carry Forward FY 2010/11

2010/11 Recommended

2011/12 Planned

2012/13 Planned

2013/14 Planned

2014/15 Planned

-

-

-

-

$

-

Prior & Current Year Actuals

$

-

$

-

$

21,000 21,000

Carry Forward FY 2010/11

$

22,531 22,531

$

43,531

-

$

$

2010/11 Recommended

$

$

$

Allocations 21,000 22,531 43,531

Total

Allocations

$

21,000 21,000

2011/12 Planned

2012/13 Planned

2013/14 Planned

2014/15 Planned

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

22,531 22,531

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

43,531

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

417

$

Total

Total

Allocations


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PS 10-26

Project Number: PS 10-26

Project Name: Street Light LED Replacement and Installation of Occupancy Detection Switches

Department Responsible: Community Development/Public Works

Contact Number: 209-941-7291

Project Description: Replacement of the yellow street lights with LED lights, HVAC unit at the Community Center and installation of occupancy detection switches in conference rooms and offices at City Hall, Community Center, Senior Center, Parks restrooms and Concesion Stands.

Justification: The City received an Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant (EECBG) through an allocation from the California Energy Commission (CEC) for small cities and counties. Grant payments are made on a reimbursement basis. The cost of project is broken down as follows: 1)Replacement of the yellow street lights with LED lights ($60,000), HVAC unit at the Community Center ($7,000) and installation of occupancy detection switches in conference rooms and offices at City Hall, Community Center, Senior Center, Parks restrooms, and Concession Stands ($29,810) totaling $93,810 Federal Funds and $3,000 coming from equipment reserves. The ARRA Federal Funds will cover $4,000 of the $7,000 for the HVAC unit. A funding source to cover the HVAC shorfall of $3,000 has been identified.

418


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PS 10-26

Project Number: PS 10-26

Project Name: Street Light LED Replacement and Installation of Occupancy Detection Switches

Department Responsible: Community Development/Public Works

Contact Number: 209-941-7291 Critical Date NA NA March-10 May-10 August-10

Components Preliminary Design Design Phase Bid Process Construction Phase Completion

Prior & Current Year Actuals $ -

Carry Forward FY 2010/11 93,810 $ 93,810

2010/11 Recommended 3,000 $ 3,000

2011/12 Planned $ -

2012/13 Planned $ -

2013/14 Planned $ -

2014/15 Planned $ -

Prior & Current Year Actuals

Carry Forward FY 2010/11

2010/11 Recommended

2011/12 Planned

2012/13 Planned

2013/14 Planned

2014/15 Planned

-

-

-

-

Project Components & Estimated Timeline

Source of Funds Federal Grant Fund (215) Equipment Replacement Reserves Fund Total Revenues:

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

Use of Funds Equipment Replacement Reserves Fund Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total Equipment Replacement Fund : Total Expenditures:

$

-

Prior & Current Year Actuals

$

-

$

-

$

93,810 93,810

Carry Forward FY 2010/11

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 Project construction is complete and ready for acceptance

-

$

$

$

$

$

Total

$

Allocations 93,810 3,000 96,810

Total

Allocations

$

93,810 93,810

2010/11 Recommended

2011/12 Planned

2012/13 Planned

2013/14 Planned

2014/15 Planned

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

3,000 3,000

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

96,810

$

-

$

3,000 3,000

$

93,810

$

3,000

419

Total

Allocations


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PS 10-28

Project Number: PS 10-28

Project Name: Lathrop Rd Widening and Signal Improvements at I-5

Department Responsible: Public Works / Ryan Bouley

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Project Description: Interim interchange at the Lathrop Road and Interstate 5 Interchange. Project will include installing traffic signals at the on/off ramps and the intersection of Golden Valley Parkway and Lathrop Road. Project also includes widening Lathrop Road at the undercrossing to accommodate one through lane and one left turn lane in each direction. Justification: This project will provide relief for existing congestion and will accommodate traffic for near future development within the local interchange area.

420


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PS 10-28

Project Number: PS 10-28

Project Name: Lathrop Rd Widening and Signal Improvements at I-5

Department Responsible: Public Works / Ryan Bouley

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Project Components & Estimated Timeline

Source of Funds Measure K Renewal Fund (211) PS 06-16 Xfr Federal RSTP Fund (215) Federal IMD Fund (215) PS 06-16 Xfr 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 Federal RSTP Fund (215) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total Federal Funds (215) Use of Funds Federal IMD Fund (215) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total Federal Funds (215) Total Expenditures:

Critical Date Fall 2010 Winter 2010/11 Spring 2011 Summer 2011

Components Environmental Design/Encroachment Permit Bid/Award Construction

Descriptions

Prior & Current Year Actuals $ -

Carry Forward FY 2010/11 93,723 $ 93,723

2010/11 Recommended 182,072 452,760 $ 634,832

2011/12 Planned 2,950,000 $ 2,950,000

Prior & Current Year Actuals

Carry Forward FY 2010/11

2010/11 Recommended

2011/12 Planned

$

-

Prior & Current Year Actuals

$

-

Prior & Current Year Actuals

$

-

$

-

$

-

Carry Forward FY 2010/11

$

93,723 93,723

Carry Forward FY 2010/11

-

$

$

2,950,000 2,950,000

2012/13 Planned

$

$

-

2013/14 Planned $ -

2014/15 Planned $ -

2012/13 Planned

2013/14 Planned

2014/15 Planned

-

-

-

-

$

$

2010/11 Recommended

2011/12 Planned

2012/13 Planned

2013/14 Planned

2014/15 Planned

182,072 182,072

-

-

-

-

$

$

$

$

$

Total

$

Allocations 2,950,000 275,795 452,760 3,678,555

Total

Allocations

$ Total

$

2,950,000 2,950,000 Allocations 93,723 182,072 275,795

2010/11 Recommended

2011/12 Planned

2012/13 Planned

2013/14 Planned

2014/15 Planned

452,760 452,760

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

452,760 452,760

634,832

$

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

3,678,555

$

-

$

$

93,723

$

421

2,950,000

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 / Ryan Bouley

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Project Description: The City-Wide Road Maintenance and Repair Program will include replacing large areas of failed pavement and deteriorated striping that present public safety issues throughout residential and industrial areas in the City. Repair 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 pavement repair extends the useful life of the road pavement and helps prevent severe deterioration that decrease public safety and leads more costly repairs and replacement.

422


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 / Ryan Bouley

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Project Components & Estimated Timeline

Source of Funds TDA - (COG) Fund (214) Xfr from PS 10-08 TDA - Streets & Roads Fund (214) PS 07-18 Xfr TDA - (COG) Fund (214) Xfr from PS 10-19 Total Revenues:

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 March 2010 Summer 2010

Components Street Assessment/Prioritization Construction

Descriptions

Prior & Current Carry Forward Year Actuals FY 2010/11 $ $ -

2010/11 Recommended 67,209 37,150 475,249 $ 579,608

2011/12 Planned $ -

2012/13 Planned $ -

2013/14 Planned $ -

2014/15 Planned $ -

Prior & Current Year Actuals

2010/11 Recommended

2011/12 Planned

2012/13 Planned

2013/14 Planned

2014/15 Planned

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

579,608 579,608

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

579,608

Carry Forward FY 2010/11

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

-

$

579,608 579,608

$

-

$

579,608

$

-

423

Total Allocations 67,209 37,150 475,249 $ 579,608

Total Allocations


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PS 11-02

Project Number: PS 11-02

Project Name: Louise Ave Widening and Signal Improvements at I-5

Department Responsible: Public Works / Ryan Bouley

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Project Description: This project constructs a portion of the overall interchange improvements at Louise Avenue and Interstate 5. Improvements include constructing a retaining wall and signal improvements to allow two through lanes and one turn lane in each direction on Louise Avenue under Interstate 5. Mark Thomas & Co. is currently working on the Permit Engineering Evaluation Report (PEER), will prepare and will complete design in late fall. Project will be ready to bid in Spring 2011. Justification: This project will provide relief for exisitng congestion and will accommodate traffic for near future development within the local interchange area.

424


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PS 11-02

Project Number: PS 11-02

Project Name: Louise Ave Widening and Signal Improvements at I-5

Department Responsible: Public Works / Ryan Bouley

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Project Components & Estimated Timeline

Source of Funds CFF - W/C Lathrop Trans Fund (232) PS 1021 Xfr Measure K Fund (211) PS 06-06 Xfr Federal Grant- IMD Award Fund (215) PS 06-06 Xfr Total Revenues: 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 Measure K Fund (211) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total Measure K Fund (211):

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

Descriptions Start Permit Engineering Evaluation Report Complete Categorical Exclusion (NEPA Environmental Document) Complete design/Caltrans approves Encroachment Permit

Critical Date February 2010 Spring 2010 Winter 2010/11 Spring 2011

Components Start PEER Complete CE Complete Design Ready to Bid

Prior & Current Year Actuals $ -

Carry Forward FY 2010/11 140,000 $ 140,000

2010/11 Recommended 645,975 $ 645,975

Prior & Current Year Actuals

Carry Forward FY 2009/10

2009/10 Recommended

$

-

Prior & Current Year Actuals

$

-

Prior & Current Year Actuals

$

140,000 140,000

Carry Forward FY 2009/10

$

-

Carry Forward FY 2009/10

$

-

$

$

-

$

140,000

-

$

2011/12 Planned 3,000,000 $

$

2009/10 Recommended

-

$

-

2013/14 Planned $ -

2014/15 Planned $ -

2010/11 Planned

2011/12 Planned

2012/13 Planned

2013/14 Planned

-

-

-

-

3,000,000

2012/13 Planned -

$

$

2010/11 Planned

$

3,000,000 3,000,000

$

$

$

2011/12 Planned

2012/13 Planned

2013/14 Planned

-

-

-

$

$

Total Allocations 140,000 3,000,000 645,975 $ 3,785,975 Total Allocations

$

140,000 140,000 Total Allocations

$

3,000,000 3,000,000

2009/10 Recommended

2010/11 Planned

2011/12 Planned

2012/13 Planned

2013/14 Planned

645,975 645,975

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

645,975 645,975

645,975

$

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

3,785,975

$ $

425

3,000,000

Total Allocations


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PS 11-03

Project Number: PS 11-03

Project Name: Thomsen Road Right of Way Improvements

Department Responsible: Public Works / Ryan Bouley

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Project Description: Construct right of way improvements along the south side of Thomsen Road adjacent to the frontage of Lathrop Elementary School.

Justification: During the winter months, water ponds in the unpaved portion of the right-of-way along the south side of Thomsen Road, adjacent to Lathrop Elementary School preventing safe off-street parking.

426


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PS 11-03

Project Number: PS 11-03

Project Name: Thomsen Road Right of Way Improvements

Department Responsible: Public Works / Ryan Bouley

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Project Components & Estimated Timeline

Critical Date Summer 2010 Summer 2010 Fall 2010 Fall 2010

Components Design Phase Bid Process Construction Phase Completion

Descriptions

Source of Funds TDA - Streets & Roads Fund (214) PS 07-18 Xfr Total Revenues:

Prior & Current Carry Forward Year Actuals FY 2010/11 $ $ -

2010/11 Recommended 60,000 $ 60,000

2011/12 Planned $ -

2012/13 Planned $ -

2013/14 Planned $ -

2014/15 Planned $ -

Total Allocations 60,000 $ 60,000

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):

Prior & Current Carry Forward Year Actuals FY 2010/11 $ $ -

2010/11 Recommended 5,000 5,000 50,000 $ 60,000

2011/12 Planned $ -

2012/13 Planned $ -

2013/14 Planned $ -

2014/15 Planned $ -

Total Allocations 5,000 5,000 50,000 $ 60,000

Total Expenditures:

$

$

$

$

$

$

$

-

$

-

60,000

427

-

-

-

-

60,000


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PW 05-07

Project Number: PW 05-07

Project Name: Water Supply Wells Arsenic Reduction

Department Responsible: Public Works/ Greg Gibson

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Project Description: The project will consist of a new centralized water treatment facility, known as the Louise Avenue Water Treatment Facility (LAWTF), which will be located at the site purchased at 2112 Louise Avenue for the LAWTF and the new Corporation Yard. Pipelines will be constructed to convey raw water from Wells 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 to the new LAWTF. Potable water distribution pipelines will also be constructed between Wells 6 & 7, and along McKinley Avenue north of Yosemite Avenue. The City has applied for a State Revolving Fund loan to finance a portion of the project capital costs. Justification: The project is needed to treat the groundwater supply from Wells 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 in order to meet State and Federal drinking water standards for arsenic and protect the public's health.

428


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PW 05-07

Project Number: PW 05-07

Project Name: Water Supply Wells Arsenic Reduction

Department Responsible: Public Works/ Greg Gibson

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Critical Date Current June-10 August-10 October-10 July-12

Project Components & Estimated Timeline

Source of Funds Water Fund (562) Water System Capital Replacement Fund (560) CFF - Water Connection Fee Fund (561) SRF Loan Fund (562) City Services Fund (227) Total Revenues:

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

Descriptions Appraisal, SRF Application to Purchase Site Prepare Plans and Specifications Council approves plans and authorize bidding the project Council awards the contract and construction begins Work is complete and ready for acceptance

Components Funding & Prelim Design Design Phase Bid Process Construction Phase Completion

Prior & Current Year Actuals 150,000 717,387 603,861 700,398 $ 2,171,646

Carry Forward FY 2010/11 2,069,595 $ 2,069,595

2010/11 Recommended 8,576,100 $ 8,576,100

2011/12 Planned 952,900 $ 952,900

Prior & Current Year Actuals

Carry Forward FY 2010/11

2010/11 Recommended

$

80,000 50,000 20,000 150,000

Prior & Current Year Actuals

$

145,327 420,098 57,140 92,879 1,943 717,387

$

-

Carry Forward FY 2010/11

$

-

-

$

$

2010/11 Recommended -

$

429

$

2012/13 Planned $ -

2013/14 Planned $ -

2011/12 Planned

2012/13 Planned

-

-

$

$

2014/15 Planned 91,946 $ 91,946

Total Allocations 150,000 717,387 2,765,402 9,529,000 700,398 $ 13,862,187

2013/14 Planned

2014/15 Planned

Total Allocations

-

-

$

2011/12 Planned

2012/13 Planned

2013/14 Planned

2014/15 Planned

-

-

-

-

$

$

$

$

80,000 50,000 20,000 150,000 Total Allocations

$

145,327 420,098 57,140 92,879 1,943 717,387


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PW 05-07

Project Number: PW 05-07

Project Name: Water Supply Wells Arsenic Reduction

Department Responsible: Public Works/ Greg Gibson

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Use of Funds CFF - Water Connection Fee Fund (561) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total CFF - Water Connection Fee Fund (561):

Use of Funds SRF Loan Fund (562) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total SRF Loan Fund (562):

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

Prior & Current Year Actuals

$

599,451 4,410 603,861

Prior & Current Year Actuals

$

-

Prior & Current Year Actuals

Carry Forward FY 2010/11

$

1,969,595 100,000 2,069,595

Carry Forward FY 2010/11

$

-

Carry Forward FY 2010/11

$

700,398 700,398

$

$

2,171,646

$

2,069,595

2010/11 Recommended -

$

$

2010/11 Recommended

$

234,938 326,884 8,014,278 8,576,100

$ $

8,576,100

430

2012/13 Planned

2013/14 Planned

-

-

-

$

2011/12 Planned

$

2010/11 Recommended -

2011/12 Planned

$ $

38,116 38,116 838,552 38,116 952,900

$

$

2014/15 Planned

$

91,946 91,946

2012/13 Planned

2013/14 Planned

2014/15 Planned

-

-

-

$

$

Total Allocations

$

2,660,992 4,410 100,000 2,765,402 Total Allocations

$

273,054 365,000 8,852,830 38,116 9,529,000

2011/12 Planned

2012/13 Planned

2013/14 Planned

2014/15 Planned

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

700,398 700,398

$

-

$

-

$

91,946

$

13,862,187

952,900

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: Construction of Well 21 and Manganese Water Treatment Facility was substantially complete by December 2004. Due to water quality issues, the well has not been put into active service or added to the City's water supply permit. Additional work is needed to evaluate options to 1) disinfect the well; 2) provide a replacement well; or 3) provide additional treatment. The Municipal Resource Group has been retained to assist the City and Development Community to resolve issues related to Well 21 and the Water Coalition Agreement in order to move this project forward.

Justification: Well 21 is needed to provide a ground water supply for new development west of I-5. Additional work is needed to permit the well and bring it on-line.

431


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 Critical Date Spring 2010 Fall 2010 N/A N/A N/A

Project Components & Estimated Timeline

Source of Funds CFD 2003-01 (541) Developer Contribution Fund (560) PW 0115 Transfer Developer Projects - RI 20% Fund (271) Developer Projects - Watt 4% Fund (271) Project Buy In Fund (562 & 541) Total Revenues:

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 (560) PW0115 Transfer Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total Developer Contribution- Fund (560):

Components MRG Proposal - Phase 1 MRG Proposal - Phase 2 Bid Process Construction Phase Completion

Descriptions MRG completes Phase 1, Project Definition and Fact Finding MRG completes Phase 2, Analysis and Solutions Council approves plans and authorize bidding the project Council awards the contract and construction begins The facility is constructed and ready for use

Prior & Current Year Actuals 9,409 $ 9,409

Carry Forward FY 2010/11 40,985 252,075 11,923 2,415 $ 307,398

$

Prior & Current Year Actuals

Carry Forward FY 2010/11

2010/11 Recommended

2011/12 Planned

2012/13 Planned

2013/14 Planned

2014/15 Planned

9,409 9,409

35,845 5,140 40,985

675,526 675,526

-

-

-

-

$

Prior & Current Year Actuals

$

-

$

Carry Forward FY 2010/11

$

252,075 252,075

2010/11 Recommended 675,526 -

474,925 1,150,451

$

2011/12 Planned -

$

$

2010/11 Recommended

-

$

432

$

-

2012/13 Planned -

$

$

-

2013/14 Planned -

$

$

-

2014/15 Planned -

$

$

-

2011/12 Planned

2012/13 Planned

2013/14 Planned

2014/15 Planned

-

-

-

-

$

$

$

Total Allocations 725,920 252,075 11,923 2,415 474,925 $ 1,467,258 Total Allocations

$

45,254 675,526 5,140 725,920 Total Allocations

$

252,075 252,075


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 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):

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:

Prior & Current Year Actuals

$

-

Prior & Current Year Actuals

$

-

Prior & Current Year Actuals

Carry Forward FY 2010/11

$

11,923 11,923

Carry Forward FY 2010/11

$

2,415 2,415

Carry Forward FY 2010/11

$

-

$

$

9,409

$

307,398

2010/11 Recommended

-

$

$

2010/11 Recommended

-

$

$

2011/12 Planned

2012/13 Planned

2013/14 Planned

2014/15 Planned

-

-

-

-

$

$

$

2011/12 Planned

2012/13 Planned

2013/14 Planned

2014/15 Planned

-

-

-

-

$

$

$

Total Allocations

$

11,923 11,923 Total Allocations

$

2,415 2,415

2010/11 Recommended

2011/12 Planned

2012/13 Planned

2013/14 Planned

2014/15 Planned

$

474,925 474,925

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

474,925 474,925

$

1,150,451

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

1,467,258

433

Total Allocations


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PW 11-05

Project Number: PW 11-05

Project Name: SCADA Radio Antenna Tower and Equipment Relocation

Department Responsible: Public Works / Greg Gibson

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Project Description: SCADA Radio Tower and Equipment Relocation - includes design and construction of a 100 foot tall radio antenna tower at the Louise Avenue Corp Yard/Water Treatment Facility site, and relocation of SCADA equipment from the existing Corp Yard site to the new facility.

Justification: The central SCADA system is located at the Corp Yard and provides data acquisition and system control for water, sewer and storm drainage pump stations throughout the City using remote telemetry. This project is needed to replace the radio antenna tower and relocate the SCADA equipment from the existing Corp Yard site to the new facility. Also, includes an upgrade of the central SCADA PLC to provide for future expansion and greater system reliability.

434


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PW 11-05

Project Number: PW 11-05

Project Name: SCADA Radio Antenna Tower and Equipment Relocation

Department Responsible: Public Works / Greg Gibson

Contact Number: 209-941-7430 Critical Date N/A N/A N/A December-10

Project Components & Estimated Timeline

Source of Funds CFF - Water Connection Fee Fund (561) Total Revenues: Use of Funds CFF - Water Connection Fee Fund (561) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total CFF - Water Connection Fund (561): Total Expenditures:

Components Acquisition & Preparation Design Phase Bid Process Construction Phase

Descriptions Proposal, contract negotiations Prepare Plans and Specifications Council approves plans and authorize bidding the project Tower installed, and equipment moved to new Corp Yard

Prior & Current Year Actuals $ -

Carry Forward FY 2009/10 $ -

2010/11 Recommended 74,000 $ 74,000

Prior & Current Year Actuals

Carry Forward FY 2009/10

2010/11 Recommended

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

74,000 74,000

$

74,000

435

2011/12 Planned

2012/13 Planned -

$

-

$

2011/12 Planned

2013/14 Planned

$

-

$

-

-

$

2012/13 Planned

2014/15 Planned

2013/14 Planned

$

-

$

-

-

$

Total Allocations 74,000 $ 74,000

2014/15 Planned

$

-

$

-

Total Allocations

$

-

$

74,000 74,000

$

-

$

74,000


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 / Ryan Bouley

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.

436


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 / Ryan Bouley

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 The building is constructed and ready to occupy

Carry Forward FY 2010/11 150,000 $ 150,000

2010/11 Recommended 132,000 $ 132,000

2011/12 Planned $ -

2012/13 Planned $ -

2013/14 Planned $ -

Carry Forward FY 2010/11

2010/11 Recommended

2011/12 Planned

2012/13 Planned

2013/14 Planned

-

-

-

$

150,000 150,000

Carry Forward FY 2010/11

$

-

$

$

-

$

150,000

-

$

$

$

$

2014/15 Planned 1,350,000 $ 1,350,000

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

2014/15 Planned

Total Allocations

$

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

2010/11 Recommended

2011/12 Planned

2012/13 Planned

2013/14 Planned

2014/15 Planned

$

132,000 132,000

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

132,000

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

437

1,350,000

$

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

$

132,000 132,000

$

1,632,000


Capital Improvement Project Plan

WW 01-12

Project Number: WW 01-12

Project Name: Manteca WQCF Phase 3 Expansion

Department Responsible: Public Works / Ryan Bouley

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Project Description: The City of Manteca has been expanding the shared Manteca-Lathrop wastewater treatment plant in phases (Schedules B, C, and D). Some of the costs are the responsibility of new customers; however, some of the costs are the responsibility of existing customers. Schedules B and D are largely complete. Schedule C is still in design and was bid during FY 08/09. All the funding is in place for all three schdules including $870,235 for Schedule C.

Justification: The additional capacity is needed to permit the continued residential, commercial and industrial development of the City.

438


Capital Improvement Project Plan

WW 01-12

Project Number: WW 01-12

Project Name: Manteca WQCF Phase 3 Expansion

Department Responsible: Public Works / Ryan Bouley

Contact Number: 209-941-7430 Critical Date -

Project Components & Estimated Timeline

Source of Funds CFD 2003-2 - Manteca WWTP Expan Fund (610) CFF - Wastewater Connection Fee Fund (603) Wastewater System Capital Repl Fund (606) General Fund Loan Fund (101) Total Revenues:

Use of Funds CFD 2003-2 - Manteca WWTP Expan Fund (610) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous - Water Rights Total Manteca WWTP Expansion Fund (610): Use of Funds CFF - Wastewater Connection Fee Fund (603) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total Wastewater Connection Fee Fund (603):

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 The project is constructed and accepted

Prior & Current Carry Forward Year Actuals FY 2010/11 5,409,010 188,600 2,753,421 694,425 1,840,000 $ 10,696,856 $ 188,600

2010/11 Recommended $ -

2011/12 Planned $ -

2012/13 Planned $ -

2013/14 Planned $ -

2014/15 Planned $ -

Prior & Current Year Actuals

2010/11 Recommended

2011/12 Planned

2012/13 Planned

2013/14 Planned

2014/15 Planned

-

-

-

-

$

1,001,803 4,407,207 5,409,010

Prior & Current Year Actuals

$

426,629 2,326,792 2,753,421

Carry Forward FY 2010/11

$

188,600 188,600

Carry Forward FY 2010/11

$

-

-

$

$

2010/11 Recommended

-

$

439

$

$

$

$

2011/12 Planned

2012/13 Planned

2013/14 Planned

2014/15 Planned

-

-

-

-

$

$

$

$

Total Allocations 5,597,610 2,753,421 694,425 1,840,000 10,885,456 Total Allocations

$

1,190,403 4,407,207 5,597,610 Total Allocations

$

426,629 2,326,792 2,753,421


Capital Improvement Project Plan

WW 01-12

Project Number: WW 01-12

Project Name: Manteca WQCF Phase 3 Expansion

Department Responsible: Public Works / Ryan Bouley

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Use of Funds Wastewater System Capital Repl Fund (606) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total Wastewater System Cap Repl Fund (606): Use of Funds General Fund Loan Fund (101) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total General Fund Loan Fund (101): Total Expenditures:

Prior & Current Year Actuals

$

694,425 694,425

Prior & Current Year Actuals

Carry Forward FY 2010/11

$

-

Carry Forward FY 2010/11

$

1,840,000 1,840,000

$

$

10,696,856

$

188,600

2010/11 Recommended

-

$

$

2010/11 Recommended

2011/12 Planned

2012/13 Planned

2013/14 Planned

2014/15 Planned

-

-

-

-

$

$

2012/13 Planned

2013/14 Planned

2014/15 Planned

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

1,840,000 1,840,000

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

10,885,456

$

$

-

$

-

$

-

440

$

694,425 694,425

2011/12 Planned

-

NOTE: the following have not taken place. 1) Payment to the City of Manteca for schedule C

$

Total Allocations

Total Allocations


Capital Improvement Project Plan

WW 04-12

Project Number: WW 04-12

Project Name: McKinley Corridor Sanitary Sewer

Department Responsible: Public Works / Ryan Bouley

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Project Description: Construct the infrastructure along McKinley Avenue for Phase 3 capacity of the Manteca Water Quality Control Facility. Infrastructure will include construction of a gravity sewer main, new pump station, and force main.

Justification: This project provides sewer conveyance for the properties along the McKinley Avenue corridor.

441


Capital Improvement Project Plan

WW 04-12

Project Number: WW 04-12

Project Name: McKinley Corridor Sanitary Sewer

Department Responsible: Public Works / Ryan Bouley

Contact Number: 209-941-7430 Critical Date -

Project Components & Estimated Timeline

Source of Funds CFD 03-2 - Manteca WWTP Expan Fund (610) CFF - Wastewater Connection Fee Fund (603) Unfunded Total Revenues:

Use of Funds CFD 03-2 - Manteca WWTP Expan Fund (610) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total Manteca WWTP Expan Fund (610): Use of Funds CFF - Wastewater Connection Fee Fund (603) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total Wastewater Connection Fee Fund (603):

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 The building is constructed and ready to occupy

Prior & Current Year Actuals 357,500 101,032 $ 458,532

Carry Forward FY 2010/11 898,800 $ 898,800

2010/11 Recommended $ -

Prior & Current Year Actuals

Carry Forward FY 2010/11

2010/11 Recommended

$

74,000 270,000 73,532 417,532

Prior & Current Year Actuals

$

41,000 41,000

Prior & Current Year Actuals

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

$

Total Expenditures:

$

458,532

$

229,968 668,832 898,800

Carry Forward FY 2010/11

$

-

Carry Forward FY 2010/11

$ $

898,800

-

$

2011/12 Planned

$

$

$ $

-

442

-

$

$

$

$ $

2,100,768

$

$ $

-

$

2014/15 Planned

$

-

$

-

74,000 499,968 73,532 668,832 1,316,332 Total Allocations

-

$

2013/14 Planned

-

$

2014/15 Planned

-

$

2012/13 Planned

$

Total Allocations 1,256,300 101,032 2,100,768 3,458,100 Total Allocations

-

$

2013/14 Planned

-

2014/15 Planned

-

-

2011/12 Planned

2,100,768 2,100,768

-

$

2012/13 Planned

-

2014/15 Planned

2013/14 Planned -

$

2011/12 Planned

$

2013/14 Planned

2012/13 Planned -

$

2010/11 Recommended

-

2,100,768 2,100,768 2011/12 Planned

2010/11 Recommended

-

2012/13 Planned

41,000 41,000 Total Allocations

$

-

$

2,100,768 2,100,768

$

-

$

3,458,100


Capital Improvement Project Plan

WW 05-18

Project Number: WW 05-18

Project Name: McKinley Pump Station and Sewer Line/Yosemite Bypass

Department Responsible: Public Works / Ryan Bouley

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Project Description: Construct the infrastructure along McKinley Avenue for Phase 3 capacity of the Manteca Water Quality Control Facility. Infrastructure will include construction of a gravity sewer main, new pump station, and force main. Construct a new 16" SSFM on Yosemite Avenue between McKinley Avenue and the WQCF. This section is needed to tie into the section previously installed on McKinley Avenue, and complete the parallel force main to the WQCF from McKinley Avenue sewer pump station. Justification: This project provides sewer conveyance for the properties along the McKinley Avenue corridor. This project falls within the general guidelines of the Comprehensive General Plan, adopted by the City on December 17, 1991, which included specific policies and objectives for infrastructure, construction and maintenance of public facilities. The project provides for secondary redundancy and additional capacity to convey wastewater to the Manteca-Lathrop WQCF. This additional capacity is needed for the infill development east of I-5.

443


Capital Improvement Project Plan

WW 05-18

Project Number: WW 05-18

Project Name: McKinley Pump Station and Sewer Line/Yosemite Bypass

Department Responsible: Public Works / Ryan Bouley

Contact Number: 209-941-7430 Critical Date -

Project Components & Estimated Timeline

Source of Funds CFD 2003-2 - Manteca WWTP Expan Fund (610) Wastewater System Capital Repl Fund (606) CFF - Wastewater Connection Fee Fund (603) Total Revenues: Use of Funds CFD 2003-2 - Manteca WWTP Expan Fund (610) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total Manteca WWTP Expansion Fund (610):

Use of Funds Wastewater System Capital Repl Fund (606) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total WW System Cap Repl Fund (606):

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 The building is constructed and ready to occupy

Prior & Current Year Actuals 769,077 $ 769,077

Carry Forward FY 2010/11 129,500 65,923 870,500 $ 1,065,923

2010/11 Recommended $ -

Prior & Current Year Actuals

Carry Forward FY 2010/11

2010/11 Recommended

$

-

Prior & Current Year Actuals

$

123,418 645,659 769,077

Prior & Current Year Actuals

Use of Funds CFF - Wastewater Connection Fee Fund (603) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total Wastewater Connection Fee Fund (603):

$

Total Expenditures:

$

769,077

$

129,500 129,500

Carry Forward FY 2010/11

$

65,923 65,923

Carry Forward FY 2010/11

-

$

2011/12 Planned -

$

$

2010/11 Recommended -

$

$

2010/11 Recommended

$

200,000 670,500 870,500

$

$

1,065,923

$

444

-

2012/13 Planned -

$

-

2013/14 Planned -

$

-

2014/15 Planned -

$

-

2011/12 Planned

2012/13 Planned

2013/14 Planned

2014/15 Planned

-

-

-

-

$

$

$

2011/12 Planned

2012/13 Planned

2013/14 Planned

2014/15 Planned

-

-

-

-

$

$

$

Total Allocations 129,500 835,000 870,500 $ 1,835,000 Total Allocations

$

129,500 129,500 Total Allocations

$

123,418 711,582 835,000

2011/12 Planned

2012/13 Planned

2013/14 Planned

2014/15 Planned

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

200,000 670,500 870,500

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

1,835,000

-

$

-

-

$

-

Total Allocations


Capital Improvement Project Plan

WW 07-15

Project Number: WW 07-15

Project Name: Sanitary Sewer Force Main Break NOV Response

Department Responsible: Public Works / Mary Grace Houlihan

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Project Description: HDR prepared a technical report in response to the Notice of Violation (NOV) for the June 2004 SSFM break with recommendations to: Eliminate point loads & compromised pipe, perform surge analysis, verify FM condition, clean FM, reduce probability of damage, install spill detection system and provide means to depressurize and drain FM. These provisions were designed to prevent the reoccurence of sanitary sewer overflows. Justification: Improvements were recommended by the Regional Water Quality Control Board (RWQCB) in response to the sanitary sewer force main break that occurred in June 2004. Recommendations need to be implemented to prevent future breaks and/or enforcement actions by the RWQCB.

445


Capital Improvement Project Plan

WW 07-15

Project Number: WW 07-15

Project Name: Sanitary Sewer Force Main Break NOV Response

Department Responsible: Public Works / Mary Grace Houlihan

Contact Number: 209-941-7430 Critical Date -

Project Components & Estimated Timeline

Source of Funds CFF - Wastewater Connection Fee Fund (603) Unfunded Total Revenues:

Use of Funds CFF - Wastewater Connection Fee Fund (603) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total Wastewater Connection Fee Fund (603):

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

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 The building is constructed and ready to occupy

Prior & Current Carry Forward Year Actuals FY 2010/11 79,571 120,429 $ 79,571 $ 120,429

2010/11 Recommended $ -

2011/12 Planned 160,000 $ 160,000

Prior & Current Year Actuals

2010/11 Recommended

$

79,571 79,571

Prior & Current Year Actuals

Carry Forward FY 2010/11

$

120,429 120,429

Carry Forward FY 2010/11

$

-

$

$

79,571

$

120,429

-

$

$

2010/11 Recommended

$

-

$

-

446

2012/13 Planned $ -

2013/14 Planned $ -

2011/12 Planned

2012/13 Planned

2013/14 Planned

2014/15 Planned

-

-

-

-

$

2011/12 Planned

$

2012/13 Planned

2013/14 Planned

$

-

$

-

$

160,000 160,000

$

-

$

160,000

$

-

2014/15 Planned 160,000 $ 160,000

$

$

Total Allocations 200,000 320,000 520,000 Total Allocations

$

200,000 200,000 Total Allocations

2014/15 Planned

$

160,000 160,000

$

320,000 320,000

$

160,000

$

520,000


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

Project Description: WRP-1 MBR Expansion Improvements - construct additional aerobic facilities, add additional blowers and replace existing membrane filters at WRP#1 in order to increase the processing capacity of the plant from 750,000 gpd to 1 MGD plant. 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 be able to provide for the development of the initial phases of CLSP and South Lathrop (Gateway Industrial Park) as well as provide additional capacity for phase two of Mossdale landing.

447


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 N/A July-09 August-11 October-11 October-12

Project Components & Estimated Timeline

Source of Funds Developer Project Fund (271) Wastewater Capital Replacement Fund (611) 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 Wastewater Capital Replacement Fund (611) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total WW Capital Replacement Fund (611): 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 57,348 $ 57,348

Carry Forward FY 2010/11 17,652 $ 17,652

2010/11 Recommended 386,000 $ 386,000

2011/12 Planned 2,500,000 $ 2,500,000

Prior & Current Year Actuals

Carry Forward FY 2010/11

2010/11 Recommended

2011/12 Planned

$

-

Prior & Current Year Actuals

$

57,348 57,348

$

57,348

$

-

Carry Forward FY 2010/11

$

386,000 386,000

$

2010/11 Recommended

$

17,652 17,652

$

$

17,652

$

386,000

448

$ $

2,500,000 2,500,000

2012/13 Planned $ -

2013/14 Planned $ -

2014/15 Planned $ -

2012/13 Planned

2013/14 Planned

2014/15 Planned

-

-

-

$

$

$

Total

$

Total

$

Allocations 2,886,000 75,000 2,961,000

Allocations 2,886,000 2,886,000

2011/12 Planned

2012/13 Planned

2013/14 Planned

2014/15 Planned

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

75,000 75,000

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

2,961,000

2,500,000

Total

Allocations


Capital Improvement Project Plan

WW 11-06

Project Number: WW 11-06

Project Name: Crossroads Waste Water Treatment Plant Improvements

Department Responsible: Public Works / Greg Gibson

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Project Description: Crossroads Waste Water Treatment Plant (WWTP) Improvements - Expand existing WWTP to provide additional 150,000 gpd capacity. Includes preliminary design, permitting, CEQA, final design and construction of capital improvements. 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.

449


Capital Improvement Project Plan

WW 11-06

Project Number: WW 11-06

Project Name: Crossroads Waste Water Treatment Plant Improvements

Department Responsible: Public Works / Greg Gibson

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

Project Components & Estimated Timeline

Source of Funds Developer Project Fund (271) Total Revenues:

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

Components Phase 1 Phase 2

Descriptions Design and Permitting Bidding and Construction

Prior & Current Year Actuals $ -

Carry Forward FY 2010/11 $ -

2010/11 Recommended 500,000 $ 500,000

2011/12 Planned 4,500,000 $ 4,500,000

Prior & Current Year Actuals

Carry Forward FY 2010/11

2010/11 Recommended

2011/12 Planned

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

500,000 500,000

$

500,000

450

2012/13 Planned $ -

2013/14 Planned $ -

2014/15 Planned $ -

2012/13 Planned

2013/14 Planned

2014/15 Planned

$

-

$

-

$

500,000 4,500,000 5,000,000

$

-

$

-

$

5,000,000

$

4,500,000 4,500,000

$

-

$

4,500,000

$

-

Total $

Total

Allocations 5,000,000 5,000,000

Allocations


FUTURE PLANNED CIP’S 

451


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.

452


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 2010/11 $ -

2010/11 Recommended $ -

2011/12 Planned $ -

2012/13 Planned $ -

2013/14 Planned $ -

Prior & Current Year Actuals

Carry Forward FY 2010/11

2010/11 Recommended

2011/12 Planned

2012/13 Planned

2013/14 Planned

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

453

2014/15 Planned 5,055,000 $ 5,055,000

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

2014/15 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 03-03

Project Number: PK 03-03

Project Name: Community Center Expansion

Department Responsible: Parks and Recreation

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. 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.

454


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PK 03-03

Project Number: PK 03-03

Project Name: Community Center Expansion

Department Responsible: Parks and Recreation

Contact Number: 209-941-7360 Critical Date NA Summer 2007 -

Project Components & Estimated Timeline

Source of Funds General Fund Loan (101) Park-in-Lieu Fund (341) Culture & Leisure Fund (226) Total Revenues:

Use of Funds General Fund (101) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total General Fund (101): Use of Funds Park-in-Lieu Fund (341) Project Management Design and Engineering Land Acquisition Construction Miscellaneous Total Park-in-Lieu Fund (341):

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 Council approves plans and authorizes bidding of 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 Year Appropriations 513,737 $ 513,737

Carry Forward FY 2010/11 $ -

2010/11 Recommended $ -

Prior Year Appropriations

Carry Forward FY 2010/11

2010/11 Recommended

$

-

Prior Year Appropriations

$

-

Prior Year Appropriations

$

91,267 422,470 513,737

$

513,737

$

-

Carry Forward FY 2010/11

$

-

Carry Forward FY 2010/11

$

-

$

-

$

-

2011/12 Planned

$

2011/12 Planned

$

$ $

-

2011/12 Planned

$ $

-

455

2014/15 Planned

Total Allocations

$

$

2013/14 Planned

$

-

$

-

1,717,931 1,717,931

$

2014/15 Planned

-

$

2012/13 Planned

-

Total Allocations 1,717,931 839,881 1,604,000 $ 4,161,812

2013/14 Planned

-

$

-

$

2012/13 Planned

-

2014/15 Planned 1,717,931 839,881 1,090,263 $ 3,648,075

2013/14 Planned

-

$

-

$

2012/13 Planned

-

$

2013/14 Planned

-

$

2011/12 Planned

2010/11 Recommended

-

-

$

2010/11 Recommended

-

2012/13 Planned

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

Total Allocations

$

2014/15 Planned

$

-

$

-

1,717,931 1,717,931

150,000 75,000 614,881 839,881 Total Allocations

$

1,090,263 1,090,263

$

91,267 1,512,733 1,604,000

$

3,648,075

$

4,161,812


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PK 09-05

Project Number: PK 09-05

Project Name: Lathrop Skate Park Improvements

Department Responsible: Parks and Recreation

Contact Number: 209-941-7360

Project Description: In FY 2008/2009 this project was created with $20,000 funding to fix the Lathrop Skate Park which was closed in March 2008 due to vandalism. The wear and tear on the wood ramps of the existing skate park is increasing rapidly due to the age of the skate park, materials used for construction and frequent use. In an effort to plan for the future, staff is recommending that $50,000 be budgeted for Fiscal Year 2011/2012 to replace the skatelite pro surfacing that is beginning to deteriorate and will need replacement. At that time, it will be City Council's discretion to either replace the surfacing or consider replacing the ramps altogether with a product that will require much less maintenance and save the City money. Justification: The wear and tear on the skate park is increasing rapidly due to the age of the skate park and the materials used for construction. The condition of wood frame ramps can decline rapidly in the Central Valley due to the extreme weather changes from the dry hot summer to the foggy cold winter. Also, the fact that the City’s skate park is well used, contributes to the aging on the ramp structures. Due to this increased aging the maintenance required to keep the park in an operationally safe condition is increasing rapidly. In addition, in a few years the skatelite pro surfacing will need to be completely replaced.

456


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PK 09-05

Project Number: PK 09-05

Project Name: Lathrop Skate Park Improvements

Department Responsible: Parks and Recreation

Contact Number: 209-941-7360 Critical Date NA NA NA NA NA

Project Components & Estimated Timeline

Source of Funds General Fund (101) Total Revenues:

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

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 Construction is complete

Prior Year Appropriations 19,964 $ 19,964

Carry Forward FY 2010/11

2010/11 Recommended

$

$

Prior Year Appropriations

Carry Forward FY 2010/11

$

19,964 19,964

$

19,964

-

$

-

$

-

-

2011/12 Planned 50,000 $ 50,000

2010/11 Recommended

$

-

$

-

457

2012/13 Planned $ -

2013/14 Planned $ -

2014/15 Planned $ -

Total Allocations 69,964 $ 69,964

2012/13 Planned

2013/14 Planned

2014/15 Planned

Total Allocations

$

-

$

-

$

69,964 69,964

$

-

$

-

$

69,964

2011/12 Planned

$

50,000 50,000

$

-

$

50,000

$

-


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PS 06-16

Project Number: PS 06-16

Project Name: Lathrop Road & I-5 Improvements

Department Responsible: Public Works / Ryan Bouley

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Project Description: This project completes the overall interchange improvements at Lathrop Road and Interstate 5. Improvements include relocating and widening northbound and southbound ramps, signal improvements, and retaining wall construction to allow two through lanes and two turn lanes in each direction on Lathrop Road under Interstate 5. Justification: This project will provide relief for exisitng congestion and will accommodate traffic for near future development within the local interchange area.

458


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PS 06-16

Project Number: PS 06-16

Project Name: Lathrop Road & I-5 Improvements

Department Responsible: Public Works / Ryan Bouley

Contact Number: 209-941-7430 Critical Date Summer 2010

Components Begin Preliminary Engineering

Descriptions

Project Components & Estimated Timeline

Source of Funds CFF - WLSP Regional Trans Fund (233) Developer Project - Richland Fund (271) Total Revenues:

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

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

Carry Forward FY 2010/11 $ -

2010/11 Recommended $ -

2011/12 Planned $ -

2012/13 Planned $ -

2013/14 Planned $ -

Prior & Current Year Actuals

Carry Forward FY 2010/11

2010/11 Recommended

2011/12 Planned

2012/13 Planned

2013/14 Planned

-

-

-

$

29,396 29,396

Prior & Current Year Actuals

$

-

Carry Forward FY 2010/11

114,579 $

114,579

$

-

$

143,975

$

-

-

$

$

2010/11 Recommended

$

2014/15 Planned

$

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

2011/12 Planned

2012/13 Planned

2013/14 Planned

2014/15 Planned

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

459

$

2014/15 Planned Total 34,745,272 $ 34,745,272 $

34,745,272

Allocations 34,774,668 114,579 34,889,247

Total

Allocations

$

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

Total

Allocations

$

114,579 114,579

$

34,889,247


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PS 10-05

Project Number: PS 10-05

Project Name: Roth & Harlan Road Improvements

Department Responsible: Public Works / Ryan Bouley

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Project Description: Remove existing AC paving section in the eastbound travel lanes on Roth Road at the intersection of Roth and Harlan Road. Replace with an appropriate pavement section.

Justification: The existing roadway has settled and became ruted. The pavement section needs to be removed and replaced before it becomes a driving hazard.

460


Capital Improvement Project Plan

PS 10-05

Project Number: PS 10-05

Project Name: Roth & Harlan Road Improvements

Department Responsible: Public Works / Ryan Bouley

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 NA July - Aug 09 August-09 Sept 09 -Nov 09 November-09

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 The building is constructed and ready to occupy

Prior & Current Year Actuals $ -

Carry Forward FY 2010/11 $ -

2010/11 Recommended $ -

2011/12 Planned 75,000 $ 75,000

Prior & Current Year Actuals

Carry Forward FY 2010/11

2010/11 Recommended

2011/12 Planned

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

461

2012/13 Planned $ -

2013/14 Planned $ -

2014/15 Planned $ -

2012/13 Planned

2013/14 Planned

2014/15 Planned

$

-

$

-

$

6,000 66,000 3,000 75,000

$

-

$

-

$

75,000

$

6,000 66,000 3,000 75,000

$

-

$

75,000

$

-

Total Allocations 75,000 $ 75,000 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: With the completion of the RBF Water Supply Study, a Water Master Plan Update (includes potable water, wastewater collection & treatment, and recycled water) is needed 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 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 needs to be updated to incorporate findings of the RBF 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. This update is also required for the Urban Water Management Plan.

462


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 December-11 March-12

Project Components & Estimated Timeline

Source of Funds Water Fund (562) Total Revenues:

Components Update Water Master Plan Complete CEQA

Descriptions

Prior & Current Year Actuals $ -

Carry Forward FY 2010/11 $ -

2010/11 Recommended $ -

2011/12 Planned 275,000 $ 275,000

Prior & Current Year Actuals

Carry Forward FY 2010/11

2010/11 Recommended

2011/12 Planned

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

$

-

Total Expenditures:

$

-

-

$

-

$

-

-

$

-

$

-

463

2012/13 Planned $

Total Allocations 275,000 275,000

-

2013/14 Planned $ -

2014/15 Planned $ -

2012/13 Planned

2013/14 Planned

2014/15 Planned

-

$

-

$

250,000 25,000 275,000

$

-

$

275,000

$

250,000 25,000 275,000

$

-

$

-

$

275,000

$

-

$

-

$

Total Allocations


Capital Improvement Project Plan

WW 07-14

Project Number: WW 07-14

Project Name: East to West Wastewater Inter-tie on Lathrop Road

Department Responsible: Public Works

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Project Description: Sewer inter-tie to allow diversion of wastewater flows between the east and west sides of I-5 to either WRP#1 or WRP#2. The project consists of the installation of a new sewer line on Lathrop Road in the vicinity of the I-5 interchange.

Justification: Provides redundancy for operations and maintenance, and reduces the potential for a sanitary sewer overflow in the event of a failure in the City's wastewater system. Reduces wastewater treatment costs by diverting sewer flow to the facility with the most economical treatment costs. This project is on hold until a developer restarts CLSP. This is dependant upon CLSP Sewer Pump Station being complete.

464


Capital Improvement Project Plan

WW 07-14

Project Number: WW 07-14

Project Name: East to West Wastewater Inter-tie on Lathrop Road

Department Responsible: Public Works

Contact Number: 209-941-7430 Critical Date -

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:

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 The building is constructed and ready to occupy

Prior & Current Year Actuals $ -

Carry Forward FY 2010/11 $ -

2010/11 Recommended $ -

2011/12 Planned $ -

Prior & Current Year Actuals

Carry Forward FY 2010/11

2010/11 Recommended

2011/12 Planned

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

465

$

-

$

-

2012/13 Planned 350,000 $ 350,000

2013/14 Planned $ -

2012/13 Planned

$

350,000 350,000

$

350,000

2014/15 Planned 1,150,000 $ 1,150,000

2013/14 Planned

$

-

$

-

$

2014/15 Planned

Total Allocations 1,500,000 1,500,000 Total Allocations

$

1,150,000 1,150,000

$

350,000 1,150,000 1,500,000

$

1,150,000

$

1,500,000


REGULATORY COMPLIANCE  PROGRAMS 

466


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 Writtern 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. 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.

467


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-10 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 Update and Implementation UWMP 2010/Implementation UWMP Implementation UWMP Implementation UWMP Implementation

Descriptions UWMP 2010 update and implementation of DMMs Implementation of DMMs Implementation of DMMs Implementation of DMMs Implementation of DMMs

Prior & Current Year Actuals 483 $ 483

Carry Forward FY 2010/11 37,517 $ 37,517

2010/11 Recommended 68,249 $ 68,249

2011/12 Planned 42,137 $ 42,137

2012/13 Planned 44,247 $ 44,247

2013/14 Planned 46,463 $ 46,463

2014/15 Planned 48,789 $ 48,789

Prior & Current Year Actuals

Carry Forward FY 2010/11

2010/11 Recommended

2011/12 Planned

2012/13 Planned

2013/14 Planned

2014/15 Planned

$

483 483

$

483

-

$

37,517 37,517

$

68,249 68,249

$

37,517

$

68,249

468

$

42,137 42,137

$

42,137

$

44,247 44,247

$

44,247

$

46,463 46,463

$

46,463

$

Total Allocations 287,885 287,885 Total Allocations

$

48,789 48,789

$

287,885 287,885

$

48,789

$

287,885


Regulatory Compliance Program

PW 10-11

Project Number: PW 10-11

Project Name: TMF Water Technical Studies

Department Responsible: Public Works / Greg Gibson

Contact Number: 209-941-7430

Project Description: Technical studies of the water system are needed to meet Technical, Managerial and Financial (TMF) capacity criteria for the State Revolving Fund loan that is being used to finance the Water Supply Wells Arsenic Reduction project, and will be required as permit conditions by the State Health Department to add the arsenic treatment system to the City's water supply permit. These studies include a Technical Evaluation of the water system to determine if it meets Title 22 Waterworks standards, Capital Improvement Plan/Equipment Replacement, Emergency/Disaster Response Plan and a Source Capacity Assessment & Evaluation.

Justification: The TMF studies will be required as conditions to the Water Supply Permit amendment when the Arsenic Reduction project facilities are completed and become operational. They are required to meet Technical, Managerial and Financial capacity criteria for the State Revolving Fund Loan for the Water Supply Wells Arsenic Reduction project.

469


Regulatory Compliance Program

PW 10-11

Project Number: PW 10-11

Project Name: TMF Water Technical Studies

Department Responsible: Public Works / Greg Gibson

Contact Number: 209-941-7430 Critical Date December-12

Components Complete TMF Studies

Descriptions

Project Components & Estimated Timeline

Source of Funds Water Fund (562) Total Revenues:

Prior & Current Year Actuals $ -

Carry Forward FY 2010/11 $ -

2010/11 Recommended $ -

2011/12 Planned 75,000 $ 75,000

Prior & Current Year Actuals

Carry Forward FY 2010/11

2010/11 Recommended

2011/12 Planned

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

$

-

Total Expenditures:

$

-

-

$

-

$

-

-

$

-

$

-

470

$

75,000 75,000

$

75,000

2012/13 Planned $

Total Allocations 75,000 75,000

-

2013/14 Planned $ -

2014/15 Planned $ -

2012/13 Planned

2013/14 Planned

2014/15 Planned

-

$

-

$

75,000 75,000

$

-

$

75,000

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

Total Allocations


Regulatory Compliance Program

SD 11-07

Project Number: SD 11-07

Project Name: Storm Water Management Plan

Department Responsible: Public Works / Ryan Bouley

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).

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.

471


Regulatory Compliance Program

SD 11-07

Project Number: SD 11-07

Project Name: Storm Water Management Plan

Department Responsible: Public Works / Ryan Bouley

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

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 2010/11 $ -

2010/11 Recommended 5,400 5,360 5,000 5,300 $ 21,060

2011/12 Planned 5,400 5,360 5,000 5,300 $ 21,060

2012/13 Planned 5,400 5,360 5,000 5,300 $ 21,060

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

Prior & Current Year Actuals

Carry Forward FY 2010/11

2010/11 Recommended

2011/12 Planned

2012/13 Planned

2013/14 Planned

$

-

Prior & Current Year Actuals

$

-

$

-

Carry Forward FY 2010/11

$

-

5,400 5,400

$

$

2010/11 Recommended

5,360 5,360

$

472

5,400 5,400

$

2011/12 Planned

$

5,360 5,360

5,400 5,400

$

2012/13 Planned

$

5,360 5,360

5,400 5,400

2014/15 Planned Total 5,400 5,360 5,000 5,300 $ 21,060 $ 2014/15 Planned

$

2013/14 Planned

$

5,360 5,360

5,400 5,400 2014/15 Planned

$

5,360 5,360

Total

$

Total

$

Allocations 27,000 26,800 25,000 26,500 105,300

Allocations 27,000 27,000

Allocations 26,800 26,800


Regulatory Compliance Program

SD 11-07

Project Number: SD 11-07

Project Name: Storm Water Management Plan

Department Responsible: Public Works / Ryan Bouley

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 2010/11

$

-

Carry Forward FY 2010/11

$

-

$

-

2010/11 Recommended

5,000 5,000

$

2011/12 Planned

$

2010/11 Recommended

$

5,300 5,300

$

21,060

473

5,000 5,000

2012/13 Planned

$

2011/12 Planned

$

5,300 5,300

$

21,060

5,000 5,000

2013/14 Planned

$

2012/13 Planned

$

5,300 5,300

$

21,060

5,000 5,000

2014/15 Planned

$

2013/14 Planned

$

5,300 5,300

$

21,060

5,000 5,000 2014/15 Planned

Total

$

Total

Allocations 25,000 25,000

Allocations

$

5,300 5,300

$

26,500 26,500

$

21,060

$

105,300


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.

474


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 2010/11 $ -

2010/11 Recommended 3,333 3,333 50,000 $ 56,666

2011/12 Planned 3,333 3,333 50,000 $ 56,666

2012/13 Planned 3,333 3,333 50,000 $ 56,666

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

Prior & Current Year Actuals

Carry Forward FY 2010/11

2010/11 Recommended

2011/12 Planned

2012/13 Planned

2013/14 Planned

$

-

Prior & Current Year Actuals

$

-

Prior & Current Year Actuals

$

-

$

-

$

-

Carry Forward FY 2010/11

$

-

Carry Forward FY 2010/11

$

-

$

-

3,333 3,333

$

$

2010/11 Recommended

3,333 3,333

$

$ $

56,666

475

$

2011/12 Planned

$

2010/11 Recommended

50,000 50,000

3,333 3,333

3,333 3,333

$ $

56,666

$

2012/13 Planned

$

2011/12 Planned

50,000 50,000

3,333 3,333

3,333 3,333

$ $

56,666

2014/15 Planned

$

2013/14 Planned

$

2012/13 Planned

50,000 50,000

3,333 3,333

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

3,333 3,333

2014/15 Planned

$

2013/14 Planned

$

50,000 50,000

$

56,666

3,333 3,333

3,333 3,333 2014/15 Planned

Total

$

Total

$

Total

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

Allocations 16,665 16,665

Allocations 16,665 16,665

Allocations

$

50,000 50,000

$

250,000 250,000

$

56,666

$

283,330


2010 - 2011 Budget CIP