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File #: 20-338    Name:
Type: Staff Report Status: Agenda Ready - Administrative Business
File created: 5/13/2020 In control: Budget Standing Committee of the City Council
On agenda: 5/18/2020 Final action:
Title: Report regarding proposed Capital Improvement Program for fiscal year 2020-21. (Eunejune Kim, Director of Public Works/City Engineer and Matt Ruble, Principal Engineer)
Sponsors: City Council
Attachments: 1. Attachment 1 - Master CIP Funding Worksheets FY 20-21.pdf, 2. Attachment 2 - CIP FY20-21 Budget Standing Committee PRESENTATION.pdf
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Report regarding proposed Capital Improvement Program for fiscal year 2020-21. (Eunejune Kim, Director of Public Works/City Engineer and Matt Ruble, Principal Engineer)
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RECOMMENDATION
Staff recommends that the Budget Standing Committee of the City Council review and provide feedback on the proposed Capital Improvement Program for Fiscal Year 2020-21.
BACKGROUND/DISCUSSION
The Capital Improvement Program (CIP) outlines large capital expenditures and infrastructure improvement projects throughout the City. City departments identify necessary improvements and prioritize project implementation when preparing the CIP.
City staff considers the following criteria when selecting projects for inclusion in the CIP:
? Grant funded projects requiring a city contribution
? Previously approved projects under construction or contract
? Projects required for regulatory compliance
? Projects to maintain or upgrade existing City infrastructure
? Projects with no general fund allocations
? Projects requested by the community or city departments
? Projects that can be reasonably delayed, are complete, or no longer necessary
With these guidelines in mind, Staff proposes the following FY 2020-21 CIP budget appropriations and reductions.
The proposed fiscal year (FY) 2020-21 CIP budget is $289.4 million, with $137.1 million of new appropriations and $152.3 million of previous year appropriations for continuing projects. The single largest new appropriation is the estimated $99 million for the Civic Center Campus Project.
CIP Project Summary
The FY 2020-21 CIP includes 98 projects: 5 new projects and 93 continuing projects. The CIP is comprised of six project types:
? Public Facilities
? Parks
? Storm Drains
? Sanitary Sewer
? Streets
? Traffic
The following brief overview identifies proposed new projects as well as additional appropriations for continuing projects by type.

Public Facilities Projects ($99.6 million) - These projects renovate, construct, and improve ci...

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